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Asset Management


10 Year Performance Measures and Targets
for the New Jersey Department of Transportation
December 1, 2009


Pavement

Achieve 80 percent of pavement in Acceptable Condition over entire State Highway System (System is currently rated at 47 percent Acceptable).

Bridges

Reduce by 50 percent the total square footage of deficient bridge deck area (4.65 million square feet is currently rated deficient).

Reduce by 50 percent the total number of deficient bridges on the State Highway System (319 standard bridges are currently rated deficient).

Safety

Reduce by 20 percent the overall number of highway fatalities occurring on all road systems in New Jersey (590 fatalities occurred in 2008.)

Reduce by 20 percent the overall number of crashes occurring on all road systems in New Jersey. (300,000 crashes occurred in 2008.)

Reduce Lane Departure Crashes by 20 percent from a baseline of 61,000 crashes in 2008.
  • Complete fixed object improvements at 140 locations to minimize and prevent lane departure crashes.
  • Complete lane departure improvements at 120 locations.
Reduce Intersection Crashes by 20 percent from a baseline of 76,000 crashes in 2008.
  • Complete infrastructure improvements at 200 locations to minimize and prevent accidents from occurring at intersections.
  • Complete Road Safety Audits and Improvements along 30 Safe Corridors.
Achieve a 20 percent reduction in Pedestrian Crashes from a baseline of 5,740 per year.

Achieve a 20 percent reduction in Bicycle Crashes from a baseline of 4,700 per year.
  • Complete 200 miles of new bike paths statewide.
  • Construct 500,000 linear feet of sidewalk on the State Highway System.
  • Complete Pedestrian Road Safety Audits and Improvements on 20 corridors.

Congestion

  • Maintain peak hour travel time on the I-287 (northbound and southbound) corridor from I-80 to the Garden State Parkway at or below the baseline level of June, 2008. (59 minutes northbound; 59.7 minutes southbound).
  • Maintain peak hour travel time on the I-78 (eastbound and westbound) corridor from Union County Route 527 to Route 24 at or below the baseline level of June, 2008. (25.9 minutes eastbound; 16.2 minutes westbound)
  • Maintain the duration of congestion on the I-287 287 (northbound and southbound) corridor from I-80 to the Garden State Parkway at or below the baseline level of June, 2008. (111 minutes northbound; 102 minutes southbound)
  • Maintain the duration of congestion on the I-78 (eastbound and westbound) corridor from Union County Route 527 to Route 24 at or below the baseline level of June, 2008. (93.2 minutes eastbound; 78.2 minutes westbound)
  • Optimize the operation of traffic signals on 20 state highway corridors (up to 30 signals per corridor).
NOTE: All Targets are independent of funding outlays.


 
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