'Transportation Performance Management Overview for the MAP-21 and FAST Acts' is a Web-based training course offered by NHI, the authoritative source in transportation training.
This course presents an overview of the Transportation Performance Management (TPM) provisions of MAP-21 and FAST, describes the responsibilities that agencies at various levels (Federal, State, and MPO) have in delivering these requirements, and captures best practices in use today that can help agencies get started on meeting the requirements. It begins by introducing participants to the TPM provisions of MAP-21 and FAST--including national goals and performance measures and how they relate, target setting, incorporation into the planning and programming process, and accountability and transparency requirements.
The course provides a necessary introduction for participants who are impacted by the law's provisions in their own agencies' processes. Learners will understand how the provisions impact their existing processes, and will also be able to study the examples provided throughout the course. It also addresses how TPM provisions may impact individual performance areas, such as safety, pavement, bridge condition, traffic congestion, etc. These impacts will be explained in more detail in subsequent courses on the specific performance areas.
The course includes the following specific topic modules:
+ TPM in MAP-21 and FAST
+ Measures and Targets
+ How Federal Planning and Programming Support TPM
+ Accountability and Transparency
This course was published in May of 2018.
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The target audience for this Web-based course primarily consists of FHWA, State DOT, and MPO staff who have a role in meeting the MAP-21/FAST TPM requirements. Regional planning organization (RPO), transit agency, other local agency staff, along with executives and senior decision makers, make up a secondary audience.
If you have questions about this NHI training, please contact NHI at firstname.lastname@example.org or 877.558.6873.