Number of short term projects completed according to various C-U SRTS project plans

There are a total number of 52 projects listed as high priority in C-U Safe Route to School (SRTS) plans developed for Stratton, Dr. Howard, South Side, and Prairie Schools. The South Side and Prairie Schools SRTS plans were completed in 2016. Therefore they were not included in 2015 and 2016 implementation assessments.

The table below shows the implementation status of the high priority projects proposed in the SRTS plans. Some of the non-engineering projects were proposed to be held at a yearly basis, hence the varied implementation levels for those projects from year to year.

Number of High Priority Projects listed in CU-SRTS projects

Number of short-term/ high priority projectsEngineeringEducationEncouragementEnforcementEvaluation2016 Implementation2017 Implementation2018 Implementation
Total projects171097554%41%39%
Stratton School SRTS Plan (2010)4445167%36%47%
Dr. Howard Elementary School SRTS Plan (2011)3000042%42%40%
Prairie Campus SRTS Plan (2016)83423-38%18%
South Side Elementary School SRTS Plan (2016)23101-49%52%
Data source: Dr. Howard SRTS Plan, Stratton SRTS Plan, Prairie Campus SRTS Plan, and South Side Elementary School SRTS Plan

C-U SRTS Projects Implementation PM Summary

Goal Increase accessibility, connectivity, and mobility of people and freight to all areas of the region through the use of an interconnected multi- modal system of transportation that is cost-effective for people, businesses, and institutions that will increase the efficiency of the transportation system by allowing freedom of choice in all modes of transportation including active modes whenever possible.
Objective Implement 50% of the short term priority projects from the C-U SRTS Project plans developed for Stratton, Dr. Howard, South Side and Prairie Schools in Champaign-Urbana by 2020.
Performance Measure Number of short term projects completed according to various C-U SRTS Project plans
2016 Rating

More than 50% of the short term priority projects from the C-U SRTS Project plans developed for Stratton and Dr. Howard Schools have been implemented by 2016. This Performance Measure receives a Positive rating as there has been considerable progresses in implementing the two SRTS plans recommendations under evaluation.

2017 Rating

More than 40% of the short term priority projects from the C-U SRTS Project plans developed for the four schools have been implemented in 2017. This Performance Measure receives a Positive rating as there has been considerable progresses in implementing the four SRTS plans recommendations.

2018 Rating

39% of the short-term priority projects from the C-U SRTS Project plans developed for the four schools have been implemented in 2018. This performance measure receives a neutral rating as progress in implementing the four SRTS plans recommendations has decreased within the last year.