WSDOT-Wallingford, Alison WSDOT-Wallingford, Alison

created Jan 21, 2015

updated Aug 28, 2016

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Operational efficiency is measured in terms of throughput productivity at 20 locations along key corridors in the central Puget Sound region between 5 a.m. and 8 p.m.

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Goal 2: Prosperous Economy
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Operational efficiency is measured in terms of throughput productivity at 20 locations along key corridors in the central Puget Sound region between 5 a.m. and 8 p.m. Throughput productivity is defined as the percentage of the maximum throughput recorded at a particular highway location, where maximum throughput is achieved when vehicles on a highway travel at speeds roughly 70%-85% of posted speeds.
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Annual measure updated in October
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Target is to operate strategic corridors at 90% efficiency or higher
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