Highway Performance Monitoring System: Software Guide for Version 8.0
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Highway Performance Monitoring System: Software Guide for Version 8.0

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      This document serves as a guide to using HPMS 8.0, the software used for input, analysis and processing of Highway Performance Monitoring System (HPMS) data. It assumes that access to HPMS 8.0 has been granted through the User Profile Access Control System (UPACS). Please contact a FHWA Division Office for information about obtaining a UPACS account. Please note that although UPACS operates 24 hours a day and seven days a week, maintenance windows impact the HPMS system. The HPMS system is therefore available from 7am to 11pm Monday through Saturday and 1pm through 11pm on Sunday. All times are Eastern Standard Time (EST). This manual is a companion to the HPMS Field Manual which can be found on the Federal Highway Administration website (http://www.fhwa.dot.gov/policy/ohpi/hpms/fieldmanual/). All data collection and database definitions are contained in the Field Manual as opposed to this Software Guide. HPMS 8.0 is divided into three distinct areas according levels of review and ownership of the data. Level 1: The Submit (State) area is a staging environment to allow States to prepare data for submittal into the National HPMS Database. Level 2: The Review environment allows FHWA staff to analyze the submitted data to ensure consistency with HPMS requirements. Level 3: The National area is the official interface for public viewing of finalized HPMS data.
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