Welcome to the ODOT Performance Dashboard Website
 
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Services Efforts and Accomplishments Reports

Graphical Summary of 2006 SEA -- A quick overview of the 2006 ODOT Services Efforts and Accomplishments Report that includes links to each measure.

Report Purpose
 
The purpose is to provide citizens with a quick, easy way to learn about how ODOT is doing.  The report attempts to answer questions about ODOT's performance in meeting four goals:

Improve Travel Safety in Oregon Move People and Goods Efficiently Support Livability and Economic Prosperity Provide Excellent Customer Services

How to Navigate
 
The report displays information for one measure at a time, with a navigation table of contents on the left-hand side of the page for easy switching between measures.

The table of contents displays the four goal areas, each concerning different areas of ODOT services:  Travel Safety, Efficient Mobility, Livability and Economic Prosperity, and Customer Services.  To view the measures for each area, click the heading (bold blue text), then click on the measure title (black text) and the information on the page will change automatically. Once selected, the title of the measure in the table of contents will be in white text on a blue background.

If you would like to see more in-depth information for the measure, click on the "See More Details" link at the bottom; this will open a second window to the 2006 ODOT SEA performance report.

Graphics
 
The graphics used on this website were designed to briefly summarize how ODOT is performing.  The graphs, trend symbols, and text change to reflect the data for the measure currently selected.  You can tell which measure has been selected by the measure title and short definition at the top of the page.

The graph shows the data for past years (the blue bars) and the targets that ODOT is striving towards (the green line).  If you scroll over the blue bars with your mouse, the data point value and year are given.

Finally, for each measure, there is a trend graphic under the "Making Progress" heading that indicates whether or not ODOT's performance for that measure is improving.  This is indicated by a red or green arrow button and textual answers of either "Yes,",  No, but", or "No".

 

Graphical Summary of 2005 SEA -- A quick overview of the 2005 ODOT Services Efforts and Accomplishments Report.

Purpose
 
The purpose is to provide citizens with a quick, easy way to learn about how ODOT is doing.  The report attempts to answer the following five questions about ODOT's performance:

What is service
like at DMV?
How easy is it
to travel in Oregon?
How safe is
travel in Oregon?
What is the condition of
roads and bridges?
How is ODOT helping
job growth?

How to Navigate
 
The report displays information for one measure at a time, with a navigation table of contents on the left-hand side of the page for easy switching between measures.

The table of contents displays the five question topics, each concerning different areas of ODOT services:  DMV, Travel and Delay, Safety, Highway Condition, and Job Growth.  To view the measures for each area, click the heading (bold blue text), then click on the measure title (black text) and the information on the page will change automatically. Once selected, the title of the measure in the table of contents will be in white text on a blue background.

If you would like to see more in-depth information for the measure, click on the "See More Details on ODOT Measures" link; this will open a second window to the latest Annual Performance Report submitted to the Legislature by ODOT.

Graphics
 
The graphics used on this website were designed to briefly summarize how ODOT is performing.  The gauge, graphs, trend symbols, and text change to reflect the data for the measure currently selected.  You can tell which measure has been selected by the measure title and short definition at the top of the page.

The gauge, located at the top left corner, shows the performance level for the measure.  It displays the data for the current year, and shows how satisfactory the performance is using red (well below target) yellow (near but below target), and green (at or above target) color scheme.

The graph shows the data for past years (the blue bars) and the targets that ODOT is striving towards (the green line).  If you scroll over the blue bars with your mouse, the data point value and year are given.  Each graph also contains an arrow that shows whether higher or lower numbers are better.

Finally, for each measure, there is a trend graphic under the "Making Progress" heading that indicates whether or not ODOT's performance for that measure is improving.  This is indicated by a red, yellow, or green arrow button and textual answers of either "Yes,", "Yes, but...", No, but", or "No".

Contact Information
 
If you have further questions or would like to make comments or suggestions, please contact Scott Bassett at Scott.Bassett@odot.state.or.us