Transit Goals with Performance Measures & Targets

National Goal Performance Measures

Baseline

June 2019

Target

June 2020

Status for Transit Agencies/ MTPO

Transit Asset Management

Link to FTA's page

Rolling Stock: The percentage of revenue vehicles (by type) that exceed the useful life benchmark (ULB)

Bus - 0% Cutaway - 84% Minivan - 3% Van - <25%

Bus - 0% Cutaway - <75% Minivan - 3% Van - <25%

Public transportation providers established targets on June 21, 2019; Johnson City MTPO established targets on August 28, 2019.
Equipment: The percentage of non-revenue service vehicles (by type) that exceed the ULB

Service

Vehicles - 40%

Service

Vehicles - <40%

Facilities: The percentage of facilities (by group) that are rated less than 3.0 on the Transit Economic Requirements Model (TERM) Scale

Maintenance - 0%

Passenger - 0%

Maintenance - 0%

Passenger -

0%

Infrastructure:  The percentage of track segments (by mode) that have performance restrictions Not applicable - no passenger trains Not applicable - no passenger trains

 

National Goal Performance Measures

Target

FFY 2021

Status for Transit Agencies/ MTPO

Improving the transit industry's safety performance

Link to FTA's page

Fatalities: The total number of reportable fatalities and rate per total vehicle revenue miles by mode

Number

JCT: 0

NET Trans: 0

Public transportation providers established targets in October 2020; Johnson City MTPO to supported targets February 24, 2021.

Rate

JCT: 0

NET Trans: 0

Injuries: Total number of reportable injuries and rate per total vehicle revenue miles by mode

Number

JCT: 1

NET Trans:

Rate

JCT: 0.15

NET Trans: 0.17

Safety Events: Total number of reportable events and rate per total vehicle revenue miles by mode

Number

JCT: 3

NET Trans:

Rate

JCT: 0.45

NET Trans: 0.13

System Reliability:  Mean distance between major mechanical failures by mode

Number

JCT: 55

NET Trans:

Miles

JCT: 12,126

NET Transs: 262,162


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