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Mid-America Regional Council Pilot of the Data Business Plan for State and Local Departments of Transportation: Data Business Plan
  • Published Date:
    2018-11-01
  • Language:
    English
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    FHWA-HOP-18-012
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    As part of the U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT) Roadway Transportation Data Business Plan (DBP) project, the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) Office of Operations developed a guide for State DOT and local agency staff charged with mobility data-related responsibilities to follow in the creation, development, and implementation of a DBP for roadway travel mobility data. The guide provides systematic instructions on how to plan for, implement, and maintain a DBP, including: stakeholder outreach, data assessment and improvement plan, data governance processes and documents, and data management practices. The Mid-America Regional Council (MARC) participated in a pilot effort to test and implement the guide. Performance management is an important component of MARC's activities, and the agency is actively working to: 1) meet the federally mandated requirements on performance measures, and 2) develop its own performance management program with a focus on mobility. MARC staff have identified opportunities for increased collaboration and efficiency in the development of a robust performance management program. Likewise, the agency hopes to be equipped and prepared for shifts in transportation as a result of technology, including automation and big data. To address these needs, MARC formed a Data Coordination Committee (DCC). This committee will lead the data management efforts at MARC, foster awareness of data initiatives, and ensure that MARC's data and data processes are more accessible to stakeholders. MARC developed this DBP to be a guiding document for the DCC and to better understand how mobility data can support various initiatives. The expected outcome of this effort is to develop a process for developing, collecting, calculating, and reporting on performance measures to support mobility in the region.

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