Delay is the sum of additional travel time on major routes(Interstates, highways and arterials) in the state each month. Delay is measured as the difference between the actual travel time and free-flow travel time.
Target: Delay should not grow by more than 4% annually
Reliability is the percent of miles on major routes that were uncongested and performed consistently with historical speeds during the peak hour.
Target: 90% of the system will be reliable.
The stacked bar chart on Mode Split below shows average daily trips by people in vehicles and on UTA transit in the I-15 Corridor in Salt Lake County. The Mode Split performance measure score is determined by dividing the actual percentage of transit trips by the target percentage transit trips and multiplying by 100.
Target: 10 percent of all trips in the corridor are transit trips.
The percentages shown represent current winter efforts success in our ability to maintain roadways free of snow and ice.
Target: (B+) 87% or greater for the acceptable and exceptional categories.