April 20, 2022
This presentation described ongoing work in each of the eight Pilot
states to improve route connectivity, spatial representation, and accuracy.
Information about FHWA products from state level changes, road specification
development, and coordination with other ongoing FHWA projects was also be
shared. The session included review of
the US Road Specification and work on to date on the USRS Draft.
Pilot DOT Workshops
Over the course of the NRNP, several workshops will engage participating states to identify challenges and opportunities to meet the HPMS Pilot objectives. Additional information about these workshops as it becomes available.
National Outreach Webinars
Webinars to brief state Departments of Transportation will be held to engage the broader HPMS community. Content from past webinars is available in the Past Events section.
April 19, 2021
FHWA staff Justin Clarke
and Tom Roff conducted a National Road Network (NRN) workshop at the annual
AASHTO GIS-T Conference. The workshop
engaged participants in planning for the new HPMS data model to support the NRN.
In addition, an overview of the NRN project, gathered feedback about proposed
National Roads Network Symposium
September 16-17, 2020
The symposium obtained stakeholder input and perspective from
the private sector and research community with regard to the status, goals,
needs, and missing pieces of national spatial (GIS based) road networks for
transportation use. This feedback will be used to help guide priorities,
federal funding and resource allocations during the development of enhanced,
national networks derived from the Highway Performance Monitoring System.
Several big picture questions were addressed during the symposium.
What are the goals and key elements of a national spatial roadway network?
How would this data be used?
How do we improve the HPMS spatial data to better serve the transportation community’s needs?
How would these improvements impact the core objectives of the HPMS program?