Mobility: July 2023

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Mobility​: Delivering transportation choices that result in efficient trips and no unexpected delays.

MAPSS Performance Scorecard
​​​​Performance measure​​​​How we measure it​​​​​​​​Current report period​​​​Goal​​​​​Goal​ ​met​​​​Trend​​​​Comment​s​​​​​​Date last reported​
​(Hours of Vehicle Delay) 
2022 (Dec 2021Nov 2022)​​​
Extra time spent driving as compared to free-flowing traffic. Delay is reported on 13 of Wisconsin’s Metropolitan Planning Areas.
10,251,146 hrs​
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Traffic numbers continue to rebound from the reductions observed in 2020. Still, the delay hours remain lower than those recorded in 2019 (a lower number is better). The department continues to focus on projects and strategies to help drivers reach destinations in a​ safe and timely fashion. ​
(Planning Time Index) ​2022 (Dec 2021Nov 2022)​​​
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.​
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Even with increased activity on roadways, travel times remained relatively consistent. The goal is for drivers to reach destination in as safe and timely fashion as possible. (A lower number is better). 
Trans​it Availability
Calendar year 2022
P​ercent of population served by transit
55.0gold hold arrow Approximately 53% of the state’s population has access to public transit. This represents no change from 2021 to 2022. 1/2023
Bicycling Conditions
on Rural Highways
Calendar year 2022
Percent of rural highway miles with favorable bicycling conditionsState hwys: 67.4; County roads: 92.6
100% on roads where bicycles are not prohibited 
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​The number of miles rated favorably increased on both state and county highways.
Incident Response
Calendar year 2022
Percent of incidents cleared within a specific timeframe

Intermediate incidents:  91.7;
Major incidents: 87.5

Intermediate incidents: 90.0;
Major incidents: 80.0
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​Continued coordination, planning and review with agencies statewide aids response operations.
Winter Response
State fiscal year 2023
Percent to bare-wet within a specific time period after a storm82 for 24-hr roads 70.0 within specified time blue check green up arrow
​Every winter, mild or severe, can create unique challenges to highway safety. Crews statewide continually review methods and strategies to provide the most effective service possible within resources.