Category  Element  PM#  5 – Excellent  4 – Good  3 – Fair  2 – Poor  1 – Very Poor  Notes 

Safety1  Injuries – (workers) contractor / subcontractors on site personnel, government representatives, consultant, vendors, delivery personnel  1  Incident Rate (IR) for worker injuries is less than 2.0  Incident Rate (IR) for worker injuries is less than 4.0  Incident Rate (IR) for Worker injuries is less than 5.5  Incident Rate (IR) for Worker injuries is less than 6.5  Incident Rate (IR) for Worker injuries is greater than or equal to 6.5  a. Each State Agency shall establish a target Incident Rate to be used for each project based on local and Statewide available Incident Rate data analysis. The shown Incident Rates are provided as an example. 
Safety1  Vehicular Crashes  2  Site Crash Rate during construction divided by the Crash Rate prior to construction is less than 1.0  Site Crash Rate during construction divided by the Crash Rate prior to construction is equal to 1.0  Site Crash Rate during construction divided by the Crash Rate prior to construction is less than 1.2  Site Crash Rate during construction divided by the Crash Rate prior to construction is less than 1.3  Site Crash Rate during construction divided by the Crash Rate prior to construction is equal to or greater than 1.3 

Construction Congestion  Travel time/delay during construction  3  No motorist delay (as compared to reconstruction travel time)  Rural: Average motorist delay less than 15 minutes (as compared to preconstruction travel time) Urban: Average motorist delay less than 20 minutes (as compared to preconstruction travel time)  Rural: Average motorist delay less than 20 minutes (as compared to preconstruction travel time) Urban: Average motorist delay less than 30 minutes (as compared to preconstruction travel time)  Rural: Average motorist delay less than 30 minutes (as compared to preconstruction travel time) Urban: Average motorist delay less than 45 minutes (as compared to preconstruction travel time)  Rural: Average motorist delay ≥ 30 minutes (as compared to preconstruction travel time) Urban: Average motorist delay ≥ 45 minutes (as compared to preconstruction travel time) 

Construction Congestion  Queue Length During Construction  4  No queue  No stopped queue (speed less than 10 mph)  Rural: < ½ mile stopped queue (speed less than 10 mph) Urban: < 1 mile stopped queue (speed less than 10 mph)  Rural: < 1 mile stopped queue (speed less than 10 mph) Urban: < 2 mile stopped queue (speed less than 10 mph)  Rural: ≥ 1 mile stopped queue (speed less than 10 mph) Urban: ≥ 2 mile stopped queue (speed less than 10 mph) 

1 See: http://www.fhwa.dot.gov/hfl/framework/06.cfm This Web site also includes sample performance measures for other categories. Note: These measures/goals/values are shown as an example starting point for consideration and would need to be tailored to the project/agency. 