The Implementation Plan identified the need for a Data Business Plan (DBP) to organize mobility data pertaining to planning and operations.
At the same time, FHWA approached MDOT SHA to conduct a pilot DBP to test a draft FHWA Data Business Plan Guidance for State and Local DOTs.
The Strategic Business Plan 2015-2020 aims to improve customer service by planning roadworks better, providing better journey information and building stronger relationships with customers and communities.
The Agency will continue to register sites with the Considerate Constructors Scheme.
Among these are 1) the includes a vision to "maximize mobility and reliable travel for people and goods within Maryland by efficient use of management and operations of transportation systems".
The third goal in the plan is to "Develop data-and performance-driven approaches to support TSMO planning, programming, implementation, and evaluation decisions".
Edward Hardy, Chief Executive of Considerate Constructors Scheme said: I would like to congratulate the Highways Agency for registering 1,000 sites with the Scheme, which demonstrates their commitment to improving the image of construction.
The Agency and their partners have worked hard to ensure disruption is minimised and local communities are respected when work takes place.
They are of great credit to the industry and we value their continued support.
Brian Johns, Managing Director of Connect Plus Services said: All of our depots have been registered with the Considerate Constructors Scheme as it’s important to us as a business.