Mobility: October 2020

MAPSS Performance Scorecard
Performance measure How we measure it   Current report period Goal Goal
Trend Comments ​Date last reported
Mobility: Delivering transportation choices that result in efficient trips and no unexpected delays.
​(Hours of ​​Vehicle Delay) 2019 (Dec 2018 to Nov 2019)
Extra time spent driving as compared to free-flowing traffic. Delay is reported on 13 of Wisconsin’s Metropolitan Planning Areas.
14,878,026 hrs.​
Reduce from

Performance is trending in a favorable direction
This is an updated measure from the previously reported Vehicle Delay. Pre-2017 numbers are not comparable. ​​The current goal is to reduce vehicle delay from the previous year. (a lower number is better).​
(Planning Time Index)2019 
(Dec 2018 to Nov 2019)​
PTI is an index based on extreme (95th percentile) travel time and travel time at free flow speed. Reliability is reported on interstates in 32 counties.​
Improve on
Performance is trending in a favorable direction
Reliability is an indicator of the probability of an on-time arrival. This an updated measure from the previously reported reliability. Pre-2017 results are not comparable. Results will be tracked over time with 2018 as a benchmark for performance (a lower number is better).​
Transit Availability
Calendar year 2019
Percent of population served by transit54.0
55.0 Trend is holding There was no change from 2018 to 2019. 1/2020
Bicycling Conditions on Rural Highways Calendar year 2019Percent of rural highway miles with favorable bicycling conditionsState hwys: 58.5; County roads: 91.8
100 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 and state highways decreased .
Incident Response
Calendar year 2018
Percent of incidents cleared within a specific timeframe

Intermediate incidents:  89.5;
Major incidents:  83.3

Intermediate incidents: 90.0;
Major incidents: 80.0
  Performance is trending in a favorable direction The department continues to coordinate with agencies to effectively manage and respond to incidents across the state.​
Winter Response
State fiscal year 2020
Percent to bare-wet within a specific time period after a storm78​ for 24-hr. roads 70.0 within specified time Trend is holding
The department continues to leverage meaningful working partnerships with Wisconsin’s counties and the academic community to enhance safety of winter highways while also optimizing salt supplies and creating operational efficiency.​