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Transportation Final 10-24-12
1. Safety
2. Preservation
3. Mobility
4. Stewardship
5. Service Improvements
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Transportation Final 10-24-12
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 1. Safety

MeasureTargetActualStatusAgencyNotes
1.1 - Fatalities on ALL Washington roads514 454 WTSC, WSP, WSDOT, DOLCurrent data suggest that all-road fatalities will remain constant in 2011 at 454 fatalities compared to 460 in 2010. Impaired driving, speeding, and seat belt use are the top-three enforcement priorities. Target of 514 is for 2011 and zero by 2030.

 2. Preservation

MeasureTargetActualStatusAgencyNotes
2.1 - Percent of state highway pavement in fair or better condition90%92.7%WSDOTThe 2010 pavement condition survey reports the average road conditions are good in Washington, with 92.7% of all pavements rated as fair to very good. Investment shortfalls, will result in pavements deteriorate and growth in backlogs. March 2012
2.2 - Percent of state bridges in fair or better condition97%95%WSDOTIn Fiscal Year 2012, 95% of WSDOT’s bridges were in good or fair condition. The majority of bridges are in good condition (86%), 9% are in the fair. WSDOT rates 3,244 bridges; 3,070 are over 20 feet. Data as of June 2012.
2.3 - Percent of targets met for state highway maintenance levels75%73%WSDOTIn 2011, 22 of 30 (73%) of the Maintenance Accountability Process (MAP) activity targets were achieved, compared to 65% in 2010. This was a direct result of increased funding that allowed WSDOT to catch up with the backlog of some maintenance activities.

 3. Mobility

MeasureTargetActualStatusAgencyNotes
3.1 - Estimated Travel Delays on State Highways 32,500 hrs delay (in thousands)WSDOTDrivers spent 820 (in thousands) more hours delayed in congestion in 2011 than in 2010. Compared to 2010, delay grew by 3% at maximum speed costing state drivers and businesses approximately $780 million in 2011, up from $760 million in 2010.
3.2 - Average time to clear incidents longer than 90 minutes on key highway segments155 min.143 min.WSP, WSDOTIn Q2 2012 (April 1-June 30), 61 over-90-minute incidents occurred on the 9 key routes, with an average clearance time of 143 minutes. Faster than last quarter's average clearance time of 163 minutes by 20 minutes and 12 minutes faster than the target.
3.3 - State Ferries On-Time Performance95%95.5%WSDOTAlthough still within target, the percentage of sailings system-wide that departed on time decreased by 2.6% when compared to the previous quarter (95.5% on time in the 4th quarter FY 2012 compared to 98.1% in the previous quarter).

 4. Stewardship

MeasureTargetActualStatusAgencyNotes
4.1 - Percent of capital projects completed on-time and within budget90%81%WSDOTSince 2003, WSDOT has delivered a total of 330 Nickel and TPA projects totaling $4.8 billion, on target with the legislative budget expectation. All five projects completed in the quarter ending June 2012 were on-time and on-budget.

 5. Service Improvements

MeasureTargetActualStatusAgencyNotes
5.1 - Self-Service Driver Transactions780,000 137,734DOLMonthly volumes are exceeding monthly target needed to reach FY13 target. Nearly 1.7 million transactions completed through 9 options since January 2009, 86% by Internet, 14% by mail. Internet customer satisfaction at 85%.
5.2 - Vehicle Email Renewal Reminders11%8.1%DOLAs of August 2012, owners of nearly 573,000 vehicles (out of 7.1 million) have opted for email reminders, a possible cost avoidance of $309,300/year. Vessels no longer have paper renewal notification option due to previous budget cuts.