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Customer Data Survey

Highway Performance Monitoring System

Your answers will help us focus our service on your needs.
 
Please enter your contact information below:
 
1. Please enter your first and last name:
 
2. Please enter your telephone number: [areacode-phone number-extension]
 
3. Please enter your email address: [name@domain]
 
4. Please enter your division or department name:
 
Please enter your jurisdiction.
 
5. Select your jurisdiction type.
City
County
Other: 
 
6. Select the county your jurisdiction is located in.
 
If your jurisdiction is a city, select the city name from one of the following alphabetical lists.
 
7. A to C
 
8. D to L
 
9. M to R
 
10. S to Z
 
Current or Past Data Integration Efforts:
 
11. What inventories or databases does your agency maintain that contain information directly related to public streets and roads? Check all that apply:
Streets and Roads Inventory
Traffic Volumes
Pavement Management System
Sign Log
Photo Log
Video Log
GIS Coverage
Project Control System (i.e., list of proposed projects)
Other:  
 
12. If you checked 'other', please list other inventories or databases your agency maintains that contain information directly related to public streets and roads:
 
13. Please describe what efforts, if any, that have been made to create an integrated database from any or all of your databases that deal with public road data. For instance, have you tried to merge your traffic volumes database with your streets and road inventory database? Enter your comments here:
 
Pavement Index Used
 
14. What pavement index (or indexes) if any, do you use?
IRI (International roughness index)
PCI (Pavement condition index)
RCI (Ride comfort index)
PSR (Pavement serviceability rating)
Other: 
 
15. Do you report ADT (average daily traffic) or AADT (annualized average daily traffic) for traffic volumes? (That is, do you use adjustment factors for day-of-week, seasonal and/or truck axles?)
Yes, adjustment factors are used; AADT is reported.
No, adjustment factors are not used; ADT is reported.
Don't know
 
16. Comments about using adjustment factors:
 
Truck Percentages
 
17. Do you include truck percent data in your traffic data collection? If you do include truck percent data, what proportion of your federal aid routes would this be? (Disregard how long ago the counts were taken, unless you consider the data too old to be reliable.)
Truck percentages are included for ALL records on the federal aid system.
Truck percentages are included for MOST records on the federal aid system.
Truck percentages are included for ABOUT HALF of the records on the federal aid system.
Truck percentages are included for LESS THAN HALF of the records on the federal aid system.
Truck percentages are NOT INCLUDED.
 
Contracted Traffic Counts on Locally Owned Streets & Roads
 
18. The State contracts with private consultants to conduct traffic counts on locally owned streets and roads. Would you like to have the State provide a count or counts on any of your functionally classified, federal aid routes? You would be provided with the hourly count data.
YES, we could use 48-hour counts for AADT.
YES, we could use vehicle classification counts.
YES, we could use 48-hour counts for AADT on some routes and vehicle classification counts on other routes.
NO, we cannot use these types of counts at this time .
Other: 
 
HPMS, Federal Reporting, and Local Planning Associations
 
19. Caltrans HPMS Unit holds workshops periodiacally about the HPMS and associated Federally mandated reporting. These workshops are set up in partnership with your MPO, RTPA, CTC, or LTC and its member agencies. If HPMS holds such a workshop, would you be interested in attending and/or sending a representative to attend?
Yes
No
 
20. What is your understanding of the purpose of the Highway Performance Monitoring System (HPMS)?
 
21. Comments/Questions/Requests? Please share with us any comments, questions, or requests you may have.