Prepared biennially during even number years, the CMP requires that level of service (LOS) standards be established and monitored on the CMP-designated roadway system. LOS is a measure of driving conditions and vehicle delay. The objectives of this monitoring effort are to:
- Determine the average travel speeds and existing LOS.
- Identify roadway segments in the county that are operating at LOS F or are heavily congested.
- Identify long-term trends in traffic congestion on the CMP network.
2018 LOS Monitoring Report
The 2018 LOS Monitoring Report is coming soon.
2016 LOS Monitoring Report
- 2016 LOS Monitoring Report – Full Report
- Cover and Table of Contents
- Executive Summary
- Chapter 1 Introduction
- Chapter 2 Methodology
- Chapter 3 Level of Service Results: Freeways and Arterials
- Chapter 4 Level of Service Results: HOV and Express Lanes
- Chapter 5 Travel Time Results for Bay Crossing Bridges
- Chapter 6 Travel Time Results for Origin-Destination Pairs
- Chapter 7 Big Data Performance Metrics
- Chapter 8 Trend Analysis
- Chapter 9 Monitoring Program Results and Next Steps
- Appendix A 2016 LOS Maps
- Appendix B 2016 LOS Results
- Appendix C 2016 Updates to the CMP Network
- Appendix D Corridor Analysis
- Appendix E 2016 OD Pairs Results
- Appendix F Technical Details for Commercial Speed Data Processing</a
- Appendix G Technical Details for Field Surveys
- Appendix H Big Data Performance Analysis