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Transportation Final 07-28-11
1. Safety
2. Preservation
3. Mobility
4. Ferries
5. Stewardship
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 1. Safety

MeasureTargetActualStatusAgencyNotes
1.1 - Fatalities on ALL Washington roads545 459 WTSC, WSP, WSDOT, DOLTraffic fatalities on all Washington roads decreased from 492 in 2009 to 459 in 2010, a drop of 6.9%. Impaired driving, speeding, and seat belt use are the top-three enforcement priorities. Target of 519 is for 2010 and zero by 2030.
1.1.e - Fatalities on State Routes and Interstates223 216 WTSC, WSP, WSDOT, DOLTraffic fatalities on state routes and interstates decreased from 236 in 2009 to 216 in 2010. Increased seat belt use and road safety improvement projects contribute to the decrease. Vehicle miles traveled data for 2010 is pending. 2010 Target.

 2. Preservation

MeasureTargetActualStatusAgencyNotes
2.1 - Percent of state highway pavement in fair or better condition90%93%WSDOTWSDOT maintains over 18,500 lane miles of state highway pavements. According to the 2009 pavement condition survey, over 93% of all pavements were rated as good or fair compared to 94% in 2008. 2009 data was updated March 2011.
2.2 - Percent of state bridges in fair or better condition97%98%WSDOTIn Fiscal Year 2010, 98% of WSDOT’s bridges were in good or fair condition. The majority of bridges are in good condition (90%), 8% are in the fair. WSDOT manages over 3,031 vehicular bridge structures over 20 feet in length. Data as of June 2010.
2.3 - Percent of targets met for state highway maintenance levels 65%WSDOTDuring 2010, 20 of 31 (65%) of the Maintenance Accountability Process (MAP) activity targets were achieved. Thirteen activities achieved a slightly higher score than last year, eight were slightly lower, and 10 remained the same.

 3. Mobility

MeasureTargetActualStatusAgencyNotes
3.1 - Percent reduction in travel times before and after mobility improvements 10%WSDOTTwenty-one completed 2003 and 2005 gas tax projects statewide save more than 6,400 hours of travel a day–a 10% improvement. Fifteen additional projects show similar results. Data updated Dec. 2008
3.2 - Average time to clear incidents longer than 90 minutes on key highway segments155 min.159 min.WSP, WSDOTIn the 1st quarter of 2011, 75 over-90 minute incidents occurred on 9 key routes. The average duration of 159 minute is down from last quarter’s average clearance time of 168 minutes. The annual average clearance time to date decreased to 159 minutes.
3.3 - Number of commute trips reduced while driving alone42000 trips26037 tripsWSDOT Measure includes two state trip reduction programs focused on reducing drive alone trips: the Commute Trip Reduction and the Growth and Transportation Efficiency Center programs. Data based on survey and updated as of Sept. 2007

 4. Ferries

MeasureTargetActualStatusAgencyNotes
4.1 - State Ferries Ridership4,759,0284,570,220WSDOTFor the third quarter of fiscal year 2011 (January 1 – March 31) 4.6 million people traveled on the Ferry system, about 189,000 (4.0%) below the levels projected.
4.2 - State Ferries Farebox Revenue$29.1 million$28.5 millionWSDOTFor the third quarter of fiscal year 2011 (January 1 – March 31) farebox revenue was $28.5 million, $619,000 (2.1%) below the forecast. Farebox revenues were about $1,062,000 lower than the same quarter last year.
4.3 - State Ferries On-Time Performance90%95.1%WSDOTThe percentage of sailings system-wide that departed on time improved quarter to-quarter by 3.5%: 95.1% on time in the third quarter FY 2011 compared to 91.5% in the previous quarter

 5. Stewardship

MeasureTargetActualStatusAgencyNotes
5.1 - Percent of capital projects completed on-time and within budget90%84%WSDOTPerformance remained steady at 84% of projects delivered on-time and on budget through the 3rd quarter of FY2011. As of March 2011, 300 highway projects have been completed at a cost of $4.1 billion, on target with the legislative budget expectation.