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
The 2016 LOS Monitoring Report is available below, as well as the Executive Summary and the individual chapters and appendices.
- 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
Previous LOS Monitoring Reports
Validation Report on the Use of Commercial Speed Data for Alameda CTC LOS Monitoring