Mobility: January 2018

MAPSS Performance Scorecard
Performance measure How we measure it Current report periodGoalGoal
Mobility: Delivering transportation choices that result in efficient trips and no unexpected delays.
Delay (hours of vehicle delay)
Seasonal quarter
Fall 2016
Number of hours spent in Interstate traffic below posted speed3,959,120 hrs.4,712,207 hrs.                Performance is trending in an unfavorable direction Vehicle delay decreased compared to fall 2015. Only one of the 10 interstate corridors had increased delay (a lower number is better).
Reliability(Planning Time Index)
Seasonal quarter
Fall 2016
Index based on extreme travel time in a period1.151.17             Performance is trending in an unfavorable direction

The Planning Time Index (PTI) decreased compared to fall 2015. All corridors had decreased PTI with the exception of the I-39/90 corridor between Madison and the Illinois State line (a lower number is better).

Transit Availability
Calendar year 2017
Percent of population served by transit54.055.0 Performance is trending in a favorable direction There was a two percent decrease from 2016 to 2017. This decrease was the result of decline in transit coverage areas and data analysis changes (result in more accuracy).
Bicycling Conditions on Rural Highways Calendar year 2016Percent of rural highway miles with favorable bicycling conditionsState hwys: 66.1; County roads: 91.4100 percent on roads where bicycles are not prohibited  Trend is holding Overall, the number of miles rated as favorable for bicycling increased on county highways but decreased on state highways.
Incident Response
Calendar year 2017
Percent of incidents cleared within a specific timeframeIntermediate incidents: 88.6;
Major incidents: 84.8
Intermediate incidents: 90.0;
Major incidents: 80.0
  Performance is trending in a favorable direction In 2017, Wisconsin exceeded the Federal Highway Administration’s (FHWA’s) goal of having 30 percent of all identified responders in the state trained in Traffic Incident Management. Since 2012, over 9,400 or 35 percent of the state’s responders have been trained. The number of both intermediate and major incidents increased in 2017 from 2,682 to 2,853 and from 837 to 1,192 respectively.
Winter Response
State fiscal year 2017
Percentage to bare-wet within a specific time period after a storm75 for 24-hr. roads 70.0 within specified time   Performance is trending in a favorable direction The department continues to develop and implement best practices for effective and efficient winter response. One of such is the expanded use of salt brines in lieu of rock salt.