Compass 2010 Data Analysis and Reporting

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Final Report

Primary Investigator

Teresa Adams
University of Wisconsin-Madison
1415 Engineering Drive, 2205 EH
Madison, WI 53706
adams@eng.wisc.edu

Abstract

Past efforts include data analysis and reporting performance and outcomes for signs, pavement, shoulders, roadsides, drainage, traffic, and bridges. In the 2005 Compass report, measures for bridge inspection and maintenance were added, and historic data was transformed from District to Region-levels. In 2006, Compass reports began presenting trends for pavement condition associated with the agency’s biennial inspection cycle. In addition, starting from 2006 the Compass report took on a slightly more customer-focus by presenting overall results as a report card and by organizing the measures according to their maintenance objectives such as safety, stewardship, and aesthetics. Starting from 2008, pavement condition is presented based on the PMMS (Pavement Maintenance Management System) data.

The primary project deliverables for the Compass 2010 work order include data reduction and preparation of one report: Compass Wisconsin State Highway 2010 Maintenance, Traffic, and Operations Conditions Report on:

  • Shoulders, roadsides, drainage, traffic features (field review data)
  • Signs (SIMS database)
  • Pavement (pavement van data + PMMS)
  • Bridges (BOS highway structures inventory (HSIS) data)
  • Winter

Objectives

Work with the Compass Program Manager and other Compass team members to create useful and meaningful measures for understanding and changing maintenance conditions. Work with Compass Program Manager and Bureau of Highway Operations managers to assess, revise, and develop the analysis and reporting procedures used for Compass.

For 2010, the analysis of bridges will continue to be done after April 1st, compatible with the business processes in the bridge section. Also, the 2010 work plan will continue to develop the approach for reporting pavement data according to the latest data stored in PMMS.

Tasks

  1. Project kick-off
  2. Compass 2010 Field Review Report
  3. Draft Compass 2010 Report on Winter
  4. Draft Compass 2010 Report on Signs
  5. Compass 2010 Report on Bridges
  6. Compass 2010 Report on Pavement
  7. Assemble Compass 2010 Report
  8. QA Analysis
  9. Statistical Analysis of Trends and Targets

Project Information

  • Duration: 12 months
  • Dates: January 1, 2011 – December 31, 2011
  • Budget: $58,673
  • Student Involvement: One graduate student
  • Modal Orientation: Highway
  • Project ID: CFIRE 05-04
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