Use this dashboard to assess scheduled revenue and nonrevenue service together with total adjusted service and total distance of completed segments. Identify the total number of trip samples and the percent of all trips valid samples. Track trends by time, category, and routes; compare all the data to the last year’s data; assess if you are below or above the target and adjust targets accordingly.
This dashboard allows you to do the following:
- Identify vehicles with potential APC issues.
- Identify the amount of accepted/captured trip samples.
- Assess trips, capture rate, filter capture rate by route.
- Identify the coverage rate. Helps you ensure that you capture at least one trip from all service levels and times of day.
- Identify APTL - Average Passenger Trip Length.
The dashboard compares the metrics to target values, over time, and by various groupings, including the following:
- Routes: Displays Capture Rate by routes.
- Period: Displays metrics by similar timeframes, such as day of the week, months, and fiscal years.
- Miles Category: Revenue/Nonrevenue miles scheduled, miles captured, miles adjusted.
- Hours Category: Revenue/Nonrevenue hours scheduled, hours captured, hours adjusted.
Click the global filter icon at the top to restrict data to specific Date, Mode of Service, Route, and Minimum APC Count for all panels in the dashboard.
Click the information icon by a panel to learn about its metrics and how the system calculates them.
The Vehicles with Accurate APCs report shows the number of vehicles where boards and alights have a percent difference less than 5%.
The Accepted Trip Samples report shows the number of accepted trips from total trips within the set time frame, compares this percentage to last year, shows the set target and where the rate is respective of the target. Accepted trips are those that have been completed, haven’t missed stops, and when the agency doesn’t have an imbalance between boards and alights.
The APTL report shows the Average Passenger Trip Length captured within the set timeframe, compares this percentage to last year, and shows the set target and where the rate is respective of the target.
The Capture Rate report provides the capture rate of all sample trips of total trips within the set time frame, compares this percentage to last year, shows the set target and where the rate is respective of the target. The Coverage Rate report provides the same information only looks at unique trips.
The Coverage Rate report shows the percentage of trips covered for each block within the set timeframe, compares this percentage to last year, and shows the set target and where the rate is respective of the target.
The Capture Rate by Route report shows the percentage of accepted trip samples from the total number of scheduled trips, organized by route.
The Scheduler button allows the user to schedule this report to go out in an email to, for example, a management department at any necessary frequency.
Enter recurrence pattern (once, daily, weekly, monthly), start time and date, email recipient/address, check the Enabled checkbox and click Save.
If the user schedules a report, the calendar values are saved in to the schedule and are adjusted by the difference between the current date and the date the schedule was made or updated. For example, if the user schedules a report to run a week from today, the system adds 7 days to the date range specified when the report was run.