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Transportation Final 09-09-10
1. Safety
2. Preservation
3. Mobility
4. Environment
5. Stewardship
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 1. Safety

MeasureTargetActualStatusAgencyNotes
1.1 - Fatalities on ALL Washington roads545 491 WTSC, WSP, WSDOT, DOLTraffic fatalities on all Washington roads decreased from 521 in 2008 to 491 in 2009, a drop of 5.8%. The statewide fatality rate in 2009 was 0.87 traffic fatalities per 100 million vehicle-miles traveled. Target of 545 is for 2009, zero by 2030.
1.1.e - Fatalities on State Routes and Interstates244 236 WTSC, WSP, WSDOT, DOLTraffic fatalities on state routes and interstates increased slightly from 232 in 2008 to 236 in 2009, but remained very low compared to 2007's 275 fatalities. Current trend is a decrease of 4.8 traffic fatalities per year. Data as of June 2010.

 2. Preservation

MeasureTargetActualStatusAgencyNotes
2.1 - Percent of state highway pavement in fair or better condition90%94%WSDOTWSDOT maintains over 18,500 lane miles of state highway pavements. According to the 2008 pavement condition survey, over 94% of all pavements were rated as good or fair. 2008 data was updated March 2010.
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 2009, 20 of 31 (65%) of the Maintenance Accountability Process (MAP) activity targets were achieved. The increase in targets achieved from 50% to 65% is a reflection of lowering targets, not an increase in maintenance activities.

 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.151 min.WSP, WSDOTDuring the second quarter of 2010, 56 over-90 minute incidents occurred on the nine key routes. This duration is down from the last quarter’s average clearance time of 173 minutes and reduced the annual average clearance time to date to 162 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. Environment

MeasureTargetActualStatusAgencyNotes
4.1 - Cumulative number of WSDOT fish passage barrier improvements constructed  238 WSDOTFrom 1991 -2009, 238 fish passage barrier improvement projects have been completed, thus improving access to approximately 755 miles of potential upstream habitat. Data through 2009.

 5. Stewardship

MeasureTargetActualStatusAgencyNotes
5.1 - Percent of capital projects completed on-time and within budget90%83%WSDOTPerformance improved by 5% of projects delivered on-time and on-budget through the 4th quarter of FY 2010. Through June 2010, 272 highway projects have been completed and by 12/31/10, 341 projects are expected to be under construction or completed.