Mobility Performance Measures Program
Bike and Pedestrian LOS Evaluation
This report compares the results of calculating bicycle and pedestrian level of service using the FDOT Quality/Level of Service (Q/LOS) Handbook Generalized Tables and the Level of Service Model, and suggests modifications to be made to the Generalized Service Volume Tables to improve accuracy. Bicycle and pedestrian level of service measures a roadway’s fit for purpose and is scored with a letter grade of A, B, C, D, E, or F. The highest obtainable score of “A” indicates the optimal perception by bicyclists or pedestrians, while an “F” indicates the facility is perceived as poor by users.
Bike and Pedestrian Facilities Inventory
The primary purpose of the task was to populate the characteristics within Roadway Characteristics Inventory (RCI) for all roadways with bicycle and pedestrian facilities. RCI is a database of various physical and administrative data related to the roadway networks that are either maintained by or are of special interest to FDOT.
SIS and NHS Connector Highway Adequacy Analysis
The primary objective of this task was to provide FDOT with a summary of the current adequacy of the Strategic Intermodal System (SIS) and National Highway System (NHS) connector facilities in the entire state. The SIS and NHS designation type analyzed are intermodal connectors linking hubs to corridors. This analysis will provide a resource in the FDOT's performance monitoring of these key facilities. This technical report summarizes the results of the analysis of the SIS and NHS facilities.
- SIS/NHS Multimodal Connector Mobility Report Summary
- SIS and NHS Connector Highway Adequacy Analysis Final Report