• Measure Up! Program

    The Metro Arterial Performance Measurement Program (known as Measure Up!) evaluated the performance of major arterials throughout Los Angeles County, to provide agencies and stakeholders with a detailed, reliable assessment of service on each part of the network, and to establish a baseline for evaluation of various arterial improvements and investments. The Measure Up! Program is comprised of several performance metric resources available for use:

    Measure Up! Workbooks & Reports

    Excel workbooks and PDF reports were produced for each subregion in Los Angeles County. These documents report travel performance for major arterials within the subregions. Updates to workbooks and reports will be made on an as-needed basis. The workbooks were last updated to include 2018 travel profile data. 2018 reports are under production.

    Measure Up! Pilot

    Metro is interested in providing a long-term solution to local agencies in assessing travel performance within their respective jurisdictions. After a thorough evaluation of various commercial tools that specialize in providing on-demand analysis of arterial performance, Metro has began piloting an arterial performance measurement tool called iPems. iPems is available to local agencies only. To access iPems, please visit https://metro.iteris-pems.com/.

    Historical INRIX Speed Data

    Metro acquired historical speed data from 2014-2018 for the Southern California region. To access INRIX speed data, please submit a completed application to Eva Pan Moon at pane@metro.net.

    Measure Up! LOCUS

    LOCUS consists of interactive Tableau dashboards containing origin-destination trip visualizations for calendar years 2017, 2019, and 2020 related to Los Angeles County. The 2017 data, generated via connected devices using location-based services, was used to realign the bus network as part of the innovative Metro NextGen Bus Study. The more recent 2019 and 2020 dashboards showcase additional modes, including walking, biking, goods movement, telecommuting, and more. The files are available to transportation professionals and researchers.

    For additional information regarding Measure Up!, please contact the Project Manager, Eva Moon at panmoone@metro.net.

    Additional Info

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    Contact Eva Pan Moon
    Email pane@metro.net
    Program Sponsor Metro