Congestion Management Status Report

Congestion Management Process Report

The CMP, a federally mandated program for all regions with populations greater than 200,000, establishes an objective set of performance measures to define and quantify transportation system congestion. It serves as a toolbox of strategies to address congestion; a methodology to evaluate and prioritize congestion-reducing projects and strategies; and a mechanism to periodically assess the effectiveness of implemented strategies. In order to fulfill federal requirements, NYMTC is required to produce a Congestion Management Process Status Report every four years in conjunction with the release of its Regional Transportation Plan. NYMTC issued its first CMP report in 2005, and reports have been issued every four years.

For more information contact Jan Khan

2013 Status Report

NYMTC’s 2013 CMP Status Report contains model-based estimates of current, and forecasts of future, traffic congestion in NYMTC’s planning area and specific performance measures which reflect the amount, severity and general locations of traffic congestion. It is provided below both as a complete document and in separate chapters to ease access.

Executive Summary

18-page Executive Summary of the report

Complete 2013 Report

Full document plus appendices, as adopted by the Council on September 4, 2013.

Appendix A CMP Toolbox

Appendix A: Toolbox of strategies to mitigate congestion

Appendix B Congested Corridor Screening Worksheet

Appendix B:  Worksheet summarizing the characteristics of the most congested corridors in each county or borough in the region.

CMP PFAC Amendments

Amendment to the 2013 CMP Status Report to include and additional critically congested corridor: White Plain Road from East 233rd Street to East Tremont Avenue

Resolution 384 of June 19, 2014