Preservation: July 2018

MAPSS Performance Scorecard
Performance measure How we measure it Current report period Goal Goal met Trend Comments ​Date last reported
Preservation: Protecting, maintaining and operating Wisconsin's transportation system efficiently by making sound investments that preserve and extend the life of our infrastructure, while protecting our natural environment.
Program Effectiveness
Calendar year 2017
Scheduled improvement projects compared to modeled roadway needs (as a percent)Location: 81;
Scope: 69;
Time: 68
Location: 80;
Scope: 65;
Time: 65
Trend is holding Location, scope and time will likely continue to improve as refinements to a statewide scoping theme and prioritization mechanism are completed and implemented.1/2018​
State Highway Pavement Condition (backbone)
Calendar year 2017
Percent of state highway pavement rated fair or above98.3 90.0 rated fair or above Performance is trending in a favorable direction Backbone pavement needs are prioritized because while they represent only 13.5 percent of state trunk highway miles, they carry 49 percent of all state trunk highway traffic and over 85 percent of freight tonnage traversing Wisconsin’s state trunk highways.7/2018​
State Highway Pavement Condition (non-backbone)
Calendar year 2017
​Percent of state highway pavement rated fair or above 81.3​​80.0 rated fair or above Performance is trending in a favorable direction​While pavement conditions are affected by numerous factors over the last year, pavement conditions have remained consistent.7/2018​​
State Bridge Condition
Calendar year 2017
Percent of state bridges rated fair or above97.095.0 Performance is trending in a favorable direction State bridge conditions have consistently exceeded the goal. The department continues to improve on the bridge inspection and management program. 7/2018​​
State-owned Rail Line Condition
Calendar year 2017
Percent of state-owned rail line meeting FRA Class 2 Standard (>10 mph)75.295.0  Performance is trending in a favorable direction In 2017, there was a net increase of 12.0 miles meeting FRA Class 2 standards through WisDOT funded projects. This is a 2.3 percentage point increase from 2016 to 2017 in the number of miles that meet the standards.1/2018​​
Airport Pavement Condition
Calendar year 2017
Percent of core airport pavement area rated fair or above for each functional typeRWY 93.0

TXWY 86.0

Apron 76.0

90.0

85.0


80.0

Performance is trending in a favorable direction Primary runways up three percent, taxiways up one percent, and aircraft parking and cargo aprons held steady over 2016 data.4/2018​
State Highway Roadside Maintenance
Calendar year 2017
Grade point average for the maintenance condition of state highways2.553.0  Performance is trending in a favorable direction The department is working with Wisconsin’s 72 counties to enhance statewide focus on the preservation of infrastructure.4/2018​​
Material Recycling
State fiscal year 2017
Percent of virgin materials replaced with recycled materials13.6310.0 Performance is trending in a favorable direction The department is committed to the recycling effort. Almost all projects incorporate recycled materials. WisDOT is always looking for new ways to recycle that enhance infrastructure performance while saving money.
1/2018​