Measuring the Performance of Livability Programs
mode - mass transit, place - north america
Livability, Performance, Measurement, Programs, Transit
This report analyzes the performance measurement processes adopted by five large “livability” programs throughout the United States. It compares and contrasts these programs by examining existing research in performance measurement methods. The “best practices” of the examined performance measurement methods for each program are explored and analyzed with respect to their key characteristics. The report entails an appropriately comprehensive literature review of the current research on performance measurement methods from the perspective of various stakeholders including the public and government agencies. Additionally, the results of this literature review are used to examine the actual performance measures of the target programs from the perspective of different stakeholders. The goal of the report is to determine what did and did not work in these programs and their measurement methods, while making recommendations based on the results of the analysis for potential future programs.
Permission to publish the abstract has been given by the Mineta Transportation Institute, copyright remains with them.
Haas, P.J., & Fabish, L. (2013). Measuring the Performance of Livability Programs. Mineta Transportation Institute Report No. MTI CA-MTI-12-1126 96/MTI 12-06 pp.96