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Mobility and Reliability

The MDOT SHA Transportation Systems Management and Operations (TSMO) Program is guided by the 2018 TSMO Strategic Plan.

Click here to view the 2018 MDOT SHA TSMO Strategic Plan

This Strategic Plan builds on the previous TSMO Plan that was published in August 2016.

Click here to view the Transportation Systems Management and Operations (TSMO) Strategic Implementation Plan

Annual Mobility Performance

The Maryland Department of Transportation State Highway Administration (MDOT SHA) continues to implement the Administration's transportation agenda to deliver safe, sustainable, intelligent, and exceptional transportation solutions with a focus on customer service.

MDOT SHA publishes the Maryland State Highway Annual Mobility Report to identify successes, challenges, and strategies being used to improve the transportation services MDOT SHA delivers to Marylanders and the traveling public. The intent is to inform the decision-makers, customers and staff at MDOT SHA to develop strategic multi-modal congestion management for safe, efficient and reliable transportation of people and goods.

The 2018 Report summarizes MDOT SHA facility performance and the agency’s efforts to improve mobility in calendar year 2017.

Click here to view Mobility Reports from previous years

Click here to view Maryland congestion maps

Click here to view the Traffic Monitoring System

Click here to view Traffic Studies and Statistics

Click here to view Highway Use and Characteristics, including mileage inside municipalities, Highway Location Reference using mile points, interstate and beltway mileage reports, traffic volume, and more

2018 Mobility Report Mobility Dashboard

The Annual Mobility Report addresses the following:

Mobility Trends

Annual Change Between 2016 and 2017

Trends

Mitigation Strategies

To address mobility challenges, MDOT SHA focuses on policies, programs, and projects with a performance-based and practical transportation approach that address recurring and non-recurring congestion. A summary of the accomplishments associated with these efforts include:

CHART system
Signal Systems Capital Improvements
TSM&0
Connected and Automated Vehicles Nationwide Research
Freight
Bicycle HOV Lanes
Park And Rides
ADA Improvements Pedestrian

What is the outcome of SHA's Mobility Initiatives?

The mobility solutions implemented by SHA projects, programs and policies result in user cost savings for automobile and truck travel. In 2017, annual user savings included: