About the APM
The Analysis Procedures Manual (APM) provides the current methodologies, practices and procedures for conducting long term analysis of Oregon Department of Transportation (ODOT) plans and projects.
A major update of the manual is currently in progress. APM version 2 will incorporate methodologies from sources such as the 2010 Highway Capacity Manual (HCM) and the Highway Safety Manual (HSM). As new chapters or sections of APM version 2 are completed, they will be published on this webpage, and APM version 1 will be modified to refer to the version 2 procedures.
The APM does not establish any accepted or preferred software. Any analysis software is acceptable as long as it is consistent with the current APM and HCM.
Please send your questions, comments, and feedback to APM@odot.state.or.us.
The APM has been updated. Please see the May 2016 Change Sheet for what has changed.
APM User Group
The Analysis Procedures Manual User Group (APMUG) is open to all interested parties either internal or external to ODOT. For information on APMUG, see the Analysis Procedures Manual User Group (APMUG) Guidelines. If you are interested in joining the group, contact APM@odot.state.or.us.
APMUG meetings are generally held quarterly, on the second Wednesday of January, April, July and October. Next meeting of the APMUG:
Date: Wednesday, July 13, 2016
Location: Online Webinar (tentative)
Start time: 9:00 am (tentative)
End time: 12:00 noon (tentative)
Suggestions for agenda topics and presenters are requested. Please submit any suggestions to APM@odot.state.or.us.
Highway Capacity Manual
2010 Highway Capacity Manual methods shall be followed on all new projects except where other procedures are specified in the APM. Projects that were started prior to the 2010 HCM should continue to use methods of the HCM 2000. The APM Version 2 update will be providing further guidance on use of the new HCM 2010 methods as chapters are developed.
Disclaimer and Limitation of Liability
Software and manuals are distributed "as is" without warranty of any kind, either express or implied, including, but not limited to the implied warranties of merchantability, fitness for a particular purpose, and non-infringement. The entire risk as to the quality and performance of this program is with you. You are advised to test the program thoroughly before you rely on it. Should the program prove defective, you (and not the Oregon Department of Transportation or the State of Oregon) assume the entire cost of all necessary servicing, repair or correction.
LIMITATION OF LIABILITY
In no event shall the Oregon Department of Transportation be liable for any claim, damages or other liability whether direct, indirect, incidental, special or consequential damages, or damages for loss of profits, revenue, data or use, whether in an action in contract or tort, arising out of your use of the software or manuals.