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48 AADT Annual Average Daily Traffic AMPO Association of Metropolitan Planning Organizations AMS Asset Management System ARF Annual Report File AVAIL Albany Visualization and Informatics Lab BRIM Bridge Replacement and Improvement Management BrM AASHTOWare Bridge Management software BTS Bureau of Transportation Statistics Caltrans California Department of Transportation CMAQ Congestion Mitigation and Air Quality CMP Congestion Management Process CO2 Carbon dioxide DBP Data Business Plan DMV Department of Motor Vehicles FAQ Frequently Asked Question FARS NHTSA’s Fatality Analysis Report System FDE Fundamental Data Element FY Fiscal Year GIS Geographic Information System GPS Global Positioning System HPMA Highway Pavement Management Application HPMS Highway Performance Monitoring System HSIP Highway Safety Improvement Program HSM Highway Safety Manual HSP Highway Safety Plan IRI International Roughness Index ITS Intelligent Transportation Systems LCCA Life-Cycle Cost Analysis LOTTR Level of Travel Time Reliability LRS linear referencing systems MIRE Minimum Inventory Roadway Element NBI National Bridge Inventory NBIAS National Bridge Investment Analysis System NCTCOG North Central Texas Council of Governments NDT Nondestructive Testing NHS National Highway System NOACA Northeast Ohio Areawide Coordinating Agency NPMRDS National Performance Management Research Data Set Abbreviations

Abbreviations 49 NPRM Notice of Proposed Rule Making NTD National Transit Database PeMS Performance Management System PMS Pavement Management System PSL Posted Speed Limit PSR Present Serviceability Rating RDAT Reliability Data and Analysis Tools RFP Request for Proposal RITIS Regional Integrated Transportation Information System SAS Statistical Analysis Software SCOP Small County Outreach Program SD Structurally Deficient SHA State Highway Administration SHS State Highway System SHSP Strategic Highway Safety Plan SOV Single-Occupancy Vehicle SPF Safety Performance Function SQL Structured Query Language STIP State Transportation Improvement Program TAM Transit Asset Management TAMP Transportation Asset Management Plan TIP Transportation Improvement Program TITAN Tennessee Integrated Traffic Analysis Network TMC Traffic Message Channel TOPS Lab Traffic Operations and Safety Laboratory TPCB Transportation Planning Capacity Building TPM Transportation Performance Management TraCS Traffic and Criminal Software TRIMS Tennessee Roadway Information Management System TSM&O Transportation System Management and Operations TTR Travel Time Reliability TTTR Truck Travel Time Reliability UMD RITIS University of Maryland Regional Integrated Transportation Information System UPWP Unified Planning Work Programs UTC University Transportation Center UTP Unified Transportation Program UZA Urbanized Zone Area VMT Vehicle Miles Traveled VTrans Vermont Agency of Transportation

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TRB's National Cooperative Highway Research Program (NCHRP) Synthesis 528: Analyzing Data for Measuring Transportation Performance by State DOTs and MPOs summarizes what data state departments of transportation (DOTs) and metropolitan planning organizations (MPOs) are using and how they are measuring transportation performance. Knowledge about transportation data already exists, but may be fragmented, scattered, and unevaluated. This report synthesizes current knowledge and practice about data management to help transportation organizations learn about effective practices. The report also identifies future research needs.

This synthesis includes appendices to the contractor's final report.

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