FHWA-NHI-151056: Highway Performance Monitoring System (HPMS): Concepts, Data Collection & Reporting Requirements
Apr 03 - Apr 04 0800-1630
13 seats available for State (DOT) 3 seats available for FHWA 1 seats available for FLMA (NPS, FWS, FS, BLM, USACE) 1 seats available for State (non-DOT) 1 seats available for Local Government 1 seats available for Tribal Government 1 seats available for Other
The National Highway Institute (NHI) workshop titled, Highway Performance Monitoring System (HPMS): Concepts, Data Collection & Reporting Requirements, is a two-day workshop intended to provide advanced, in-depth, hands-on understanding of data collection and reporting requirements for HPMS. The workshop is designed to cover:
HPMS Program Background
The HPMS 2010+ Data Model
HPMS Data Collection and Reporting Requirements
Statistical Sampling Requirements; and
The HPMS Submittal Process
Objectives / Topics
Upon completion of the course, participants will be able to:
Upon completion of the workshop, participants will be able to:
Describe the Scope of HPMS
Describe the Background of HPMS
Describe the structure of the HPMS Data Model, in terms of the various catalogs and datasets that comprise the model
Describe the various HPMS datasets
Differentiate between the datasets that are to be developed/submitted by the States, and the datasets that will be developed/maintained by FHWA
Explain how geo-referencing is performed in HPMS for analysis and reporting purposes
Describe the structure of the Sections and Sample Panel Identification datasets
Explain the relationship between the Sections and Sample Panel Identification datasets and how these are used for sampling purposes
Interpret the data collection, coding, and reporting requirements for the Sections dataset
Describe the Sampling Framework that is used within the context of the Highway Performance Monitoring System (HPMS)
Discuss the way in which AADT Volume Groups and Precision Levels are used for sampling purposes in HPMS
Explain the Sample Size Estimation procedure and how it is used in HPMS
Discuss the importance of Sample Adequacy and Sample Maintenance in HPMS
Describe the steps involved in the annual submittal of the various HPMS datasets
This twoâday workshop is intended for State DOT HPMS staff, including: Staff responsible for data collection, processing, analysis, and production of the annual HPMS submittal. While primarily targeted for those responsible for the assembling the annual HPMS submittal, others who can benefit from this training are: GIS staff responsible for developing/providing HPMSârelated data Traffic data providers Pavement data providers Road Inventory data providers MPO Staff who provide HPMSârelated data to State DOTs Local agency staff that provides HPMSârelated data to their State DOT.
This workshop is designed for those individuals seeking to obtain an understanding or expand their basic knowledge of the annual data collection and reporting requirements for HPMS. The material covered in this workshop is primarily based on requirements which were a product of the 2010+ Reassessment.
It would be helpful if the participants have some familiarity with one or more of the following topics (i.e., encouraged but not mandatory): Enterprise Data Management; GIS/LRS Data; Data Collection / Maintenance / Analytics Road Inventory Data, Traffic Data, Pavement Data; Statistical Sampling.
The workshop is not a prerequisite of any other course or workshop.