Congestion Management Process
The Congestion Management Process (CMP) presents a systematic process for managing traffic congestion and enhancing mobility. It includes alternative strategies for alleviating congestion and enhancing the mobility of persons and goods to levels that meet state and local needs. The CMP includes a data collection and monitoring system, a range of strategies for addressing congestion, performance measures or criteria for identifying when action is needed, and a system for prioritizing which congestion management strategies would be most effective.
Click the link above to view the 2022 CMP document. Instructions for the web app are below the map.
To use the CMP Interactive Web App:
Click the layer button in the bottom left to toggle between five CMP measure layers:
- 2022 Travel Time Index (TTI) for weekday mornings, weekday evenings, and weekends
- 2022 Volume to Capacity (V/C) Ratio for peak periods
- 2022 Crash Rate
Click the legend button in the bottom left to display the interactive legend. Click the classes you would like to display.
Click the home button in the upper left corner to reset.
For more information about the data used for these measures, visit the CMP document linked above the web app.
The CMP Performance Monitoring Program is an initiative by FAMPO whereby the public can view the results of continuously updated data on the CMP roadways.
2019 Congestion Management Process
2015 Congestion Management Process
In early 2014, FAMPO began the process of updating the Congestion Management Plan (CMP). This effort resulted in the development and application of a state-of-the-art web-based system featured in this customized CMP website which allows FAMPO staff to continuously monitor and update congestion levels on an ongoing basis. The 2015 CMP was adopted on March 16, 2015.
- Interstate 95
- U.S. Route 1
- U.S. Route 17
- VA Route 3
- VA Route 2
- Route 610
- U.S. Route 301
- Strategies to Address Congestion
- Corridor Strategies
- Performance Monitoring Program