Starting in 2018, MPOs are required to report on MAP-21 Performance-Based Planning & Programming (PBPP) metrics. SJCOG has strived to research and analyze the most current applicable data. For more information on PBPP, please see the PBPP page.
This page reports on the MAP-21 PBPP metrics for San Joaquin County. FHWA categorized these metrics into performance management (PM) groupings; including PM 1 (Safety), PM 2 (Asset Management), and PM 3 (Travel Reliability, Goods Movement, Air Quality, & Congestion).
*Caltrans supplied the pavement condition ratings along the NHS for 2016 and 2019. SJCOG had difficulty locating pavement condition ratings/data or Caltrans did not supply MPOs with pavement ratings for 2017 and 2018. SJCOG hopes Caltrans continues to supply these ratings to the MPOs. If not, SJCOG plans on requesting this data from Caltrans and our local partners.
**FHWA’s LTBP Infobridge online supplied the bridge condition ratings for 2016 to 2018. Starting 2021, Caltrans supplied the bridge condition ratings along the NHS for 2019. SJCOG hopes Caltrans continues to supply these ratings to the MPOs. If not, SJCOG will continue to use bridge condition ratings from FHWA’s website.
PM 3 (Travel Reliability, Goods Movement, Air Quality, & Congestion)* - Travel Reliability, Goods Movement, and Air Quality Indicator Pages "Coming Soon"
No. 1 - Percent of Person-Miles Traveled on the Interstate
No. 2 - Percent of Person-Miles Traveled on the Non-Interstate
No. 3 - Truck Travel Time Reliability
No. 4 - Total Emission Reductions
* FHWA repealed the monitoring requirement tailpipe carbon dioxide (CO2)
* There are no urbanized area in San Joaquin County that meets the one million resident threshold, requiring the reporting of 1) Annual hours of peak-hour excessive delay per capita and 2) Percent of non-single occupancy vehicle (SOV) travel