MTA Performance Indicators Per Agency

$179 / year

This information comes from the MTA’s (Metropolitan Transportation Authority) Performance Dashboard and is used to increase transparency at the MTA. The Key Performance Indicators (KPI) are used to track performance in areas such as On-Time Performance.

Complexity

The Metropolitan Transportation Authority is North America’s largest transportation network, serving a population of 15.3 million people in the 5,000-square-mile area fanning out from New York City through Long Island, southeastern New York State, and Connecticut.

It drives the New York regional economy by opening up countless job opportunities for millions – jobs that are miles from home are easy to get to with the subways, buses, and commuter trains. And after work, the network enables them to get to leisure activities: music, theater, cultural events, sports, and shopping more varied than anywhere in the country.

MTA subways, buses, and railroads provide 2.73 billion trips each year to New Yorkers – the equivalent of about one in every three users of mass transit in the United States and two-thirds of the nation’s rail riders. MTA bridges and tunnels carry more than 297 million vehicles a year – more than any bridge and tunnel authority in the nation.

Food price forecasts, on the other hand, are subject to revision if the conditions on which they are based change significantly. Projections could be affected by changes, for example, in the feed grain crop outlook; in export markets, especially for meat items; in nonfarm markets; or in weather-related crop conditions in major fresh fruit and vegetable growing areas. Historical data indicate that fresh fruits and vegetables and egg prices are the most volatile food prices that ERS tracks. Grain price changes affect the price of meats, poultry, eggs, and dairy products more than the prices of other food items and to a lesser extent cereals and bakery products. Because these items account for more than half of the at-home food dollar, price changes for these categories can significantly affect the Consumer Price Index (CPI) for food at home.

Date Created

2015-03-04

Last Modified

2019-06-14

Version

2019-06-14

Update Frequency

Annual

Temporal Coverage

2008-2019

Spatial Coverage

United States

Source

John Snow Labs; Data City of New York;

Source License URL

Source License Requirements

N/A

Source Citation

N/A

Keywords

Metropolitan Transportation Authority, Transportation Network, MTA New York City, MTA Performance Indicator

Other Titles

Public Transportation for the New York Region, MTA Network

NameDescriptionTypeConstraints
Indicator_SequenceA unique identifying sequence number associated with a KPIintegerlevel : Nominal
Parent_SequenceThis indicates that the KPI is a Sun-Indicator and contains the indicator sequence value of the Parent KPIintegerlevel : Nominal
Agency_NameThis identifies the agency associated with the KPI. Bridges and Tunnels, Long Island Rail Road, MTA Bus, Metro-North Railroad, NYC Transitstring-
Indicator_NameShort name of the KPIstring-
DescriptionFull description of the KPIstring-
CategoryKPIs can fall under the following three categories: Safety Indicators and Service Indicatorsstring-
Desired_ChangeThe direction of a performance trend that is considered positive or “good news.” Up or Down trends can be considered "good news" depending on the KPI. D=Down N=Neutral U=Upstring-
Period_YearThis is the year of the reported KPI valuedate-
Period_MonthThis is the month of the reported KPI valueintegerlevel : Ordinal
YTD_TargetThis is the expected YTD target value for each monthnumberlevel : Ratio
YTD_ActualThis is the expected YTD actual value for each monthnumberlevel : Ratio
Monthly_TargetThis is the expected MONTHLY target value for each monthnumberlevel : Ratio
Monthly_ActualThis is the expected MONTHLY actual value for each monthnumberlevel : Ratio
PeriodPeriod year and monthdate-
Indicator_SequenceParent_SequenceAgency_NameIndicator_NameDescriptionCategoryDesired_ChangePeriod_YearPeriod_MonthYTD_TargetYTD_ActualMonthly_TargetMonthly_ActualPeriod
3922890NYC TransitSubway Wait AssessmentWait Assessment (WA), which is measured weekdays between 6:00 am - midnight, is defined as the percent of actual intervals between trains that are no more than the scheduled interval plus 25%.Service IndicatorsU200930760762009-03
3922890NYC TransitSubway Wait AssessmentWait Assessment (WA), which is measured weekdays between 6:00 am - midnight, is defined as the percent of actual intervals between trains that are no more than the scheduled interval plus 25%.Service IndicatorsU20119797979792011-09
3922890NYC TransitSubway Wait AssessmentWait Assessment (WA), which is measured weekdays between 6:00 am - midnight, is defined as the percent of actual intervals between trains that are no more than the scheduled interval plus 25%.Service IndicatorsU20111797879782011-01
740400Bridges and TunnelsEmployee Lost Time RateAn employee lost time injury or illness is one that prevents an employee from returning to work for at least one full shift. The rate is injuries and illnesses per 200,000 worker hours.Safety IndicatorsD2012153532012-01
3922890NYC TransitSubway Wait AssessmentWait Assessment (WA), which is measured weekdays between 6:00 am - midnight, is defined as the percent of actual intervals between trains that are no more than the scheduled interval plus 25%.Service IndicatorsU20099077.7077.72009-09
3922890NYC TransitSubway Wait AssessmentWait Assessment (WA), which is measured weekdays between 6:00 am - midnight, is defined as the percent of actual intervals between trains that are no more than the scheduled interval plus 25%.Service IndicatorsU20098077.4077.42009-08
3922890NYC TransitSubway Wait AssessmentWait Assessment (WA), which is measured weekdays between 6:00 am - midnight, is defined as the percent of actual intervals between trains that are no more than the scheduled interval plus 25%.Service IndicatorsU20097077.1077.12009-07
3922890NYC TransitSubway Wait AssessmentWait Assessment (WA), which is measured weekdays between 6:00 am - midnight, is defined as the percent of actual intervals between trains that are no more than the scheduled interval plus 25%.Service IndicatorsU20096076.7076.72009-06
3922890NYC TransitSubway Wait AssessmentWait Assessment (WA), which is measured weekdays between 6:00 am - midnight, is defined as the percent of actual intervals between trains that are no more than the scheduled interval plus 25%.Service IndicatorsU20095076.5076.52009-05
3922890NYC TransitSubway Wait AssessmentWait Assessment (WA), which is measured weekdays between 6:00 am - midnight, is defined as the percent of actual intervals between trains that are no more than the scheduled interval plus 25%.Service IndicatorsU20094076.2076.22009-04