Goal and Objective Measures Goal objectives were developed to provide a detailed implementation framework for the goals and serve as the basis for evaluating transportation improvement projects. In general, the objectives include measureable elements of the goals that facilitate project and system improvements evaluation. Furthermore, specific “performance” measures were identified to assess how the proposed projects and system are meeting the Goals of the Plan and expectations of the region’s citizens, in a quantifiable manner. Table 2-1 is a detailed list of measures (or metrics) by each goal objective. 89 System Measures serve as benchmarks for 63 goal objectives 2-8 | MOBILITY OPTIONS Table 2-1 | Complete Goals, Objectives, and Measaures Objectives Measures Objective 1.7 Improve transportation facilities’ and services’ regional connectivity Highway lane and centerline miles in corridors of regional significance Transit service route miles in corridors of regional significance Transit travel time for key travel markets Number of Park and Ride/multimodal facilities Objective 1.9 Promote non-motorized (bicycle, pedestrian, greenways) projects through new projects or reconstructions Does the plan consider non-motorized infrastructure in highway and transit improvements? Does the plan consider new non-motorized facilities? Percentage increase in number/mileage of non-motorized facilities Number of bicycle trips Number of walking trips Objective 1.10 Increase reverse commute opportunities for disadvantaged communities Transit service route miles from cities and central areas in the AM Peak period (City of Hialeah, City of Homestead, City of Miami, City of Miami Beach, City of Miami Gardens, City of North Miami, City of North Miami Beach) Objective 1.11 Promote transportation improvements that provide for the needs of the elderly and disabled Average highway and transit travel times for areas with highest proportion of elderly population Goal 1 - Improve Transportation System and Travel Objective 1.1 Improve accessibility to major health care, recreation, education, employment and cultural facilities Highway lane and centerline miles within .25 miles of major healthcare, recreation, education, employment, and cultural facilities. Transit service route miles within 0.25 miles of major healthcare, recreation, education, employment, and cultural facilities. Objective 1.2 Enhance mobility for people and freight Average Travel Time (all purposes) Number of daily passengers on public transit Objective 1.3 Reduce Congestion Hours of delay Objective 1.4 Maximize multimodal travel options and provide travel choices Transit service route miles Managed lane miles Objective 1.5 Fill transit service gaps Service coverage in transit supportive areas Objective 1.6 Promote system reliability Total hours of delay on highway facilities with transit service Total hours of delay on highway facilities Objective 1.8 Include provisions for non-motorized modes in new projects and in reconstruction Does the plan consider non-motorized infrastructure in highway and transit improvements?