The nine measures here represent key data about Bellevue's performance serving the Improved Mobility budget outcome. Operational data and resident responses to the annual Performance Measures survey are presented graphically below. All measures are annual. Operational data come with targets or thresholds, illustrated by green lines. In some cases, the city aims to provide services that meet or exceed the target. In other cases, staying below the green line indicates quality service. Targets are assessed regularly and are based on previous experiences and future expectations.
As a community, Bellevue values:
- A safe transportation system for all users;
- A convenient, efficient and reliable transportation system that connects people to the places they want to go; and
- A transportation system that provides options, accommodates growth and improves how people live, work and play..
Money Saved by Traffic System
Estimated amount of money saved by computer-aided traffic signals (higher is better).
Easy Car Travel
Residents who believe they can travel within Bellevue in a reasonable and predictable amount of time (higher is better).
Pothole Response Time
Potholes filled within 24 hours of notice in Bellevue (higher is better).
Transportation Options Planning
Residents who believe Bellevue is doing a good job of planning for and implementing a wide range of transportation options (higher is better).
Injury Traffic Accidents*
Reported injury traffic accidents on Bellevue streets, including vehicles, pedestrians and bicyclists (lower is better).
Safe Transportation System
Residents who believe Bellevue is providing a safe transportation system for all users (higher is better).
Arterial Roadway Conditions
Average rating (condition) of arterial streets (higher is better).
Residential Roadway Conditions
Average rating (condition) of residential streets (higher is better).
Street Repair Costs
Cost per square foot for Bellevue street repairs (lower is better).