The Next Generation of Transportation Performance Measures


This workshop will focus on presenting new and innovative performance measures that are emerging for us to monitor, plan, and design our transportation system.

Travel time reliability will be a particular focus and we will include an specific case study on its application within the TRIP97 project from Central Oregon. TRIP97 is a collaborative effort between local, county, and state transportation agencies in Central Oregon with the goal of creating new transportation solutions for safety, congestion, and the betterment of the region’s economy and quality of life.

Registration & networking begins at 8:00 am. Presentation will begin promptly at 8:30am and run until 10:00am. Breakfast is provided.

Participants will earn a total of 1.5 professional development hours (PDH) for attending this workshop.

There is no cost to attend this workshop and snacks/refreshments will be provided.

If you have any questions regarding this event, please contact Norma Jensen at (503) 228-5230 or

We look forward to seeing you there!


Matt Kittelson, PE
Engineer, Kittelson & Associates, Inc.

Matt Kittelson is an Engineer in the Bend office of Kittelson & Associates, Inc. Matt works in a number of transportation disciplines including transportation planning, traffic operations, intersection design, and transportation research. He is a registered professional engineer in the state of Oregon and secretary of the Unsignalized Intersection subcommittee for the Highway Capacity and Quality of Service Committee of TRB. He holds a B.S in Civil Engineering from Oregon State University and an M.S.C.E in Transportation Systems Engineering from the Georgia Institute of Technology.

Sonia Daleiden-Hennum, PE, PTOE

Principal Engineer, Kittelson & Associates, Inc.

Sonia has directed public works and planning transportation studies; traffic design and construction; conceptual highway, arterial, and intersection design; and city, county, and area-wide multi-modal transportation master plans. She has experience and expertise in multi-modal planning, traffic operations and analysis, travel demand forecasting, development and evaluation of improvement alternatives, access enhancement strategies, and traffic design. Sonia is well respected for project community involvement, including public involvement strategies; planning and facilitating public workshops and presentations; and leading stakeholder discussions with key parties and public officials. She recognizes that key to developing a community-supported, successful project is early, consistent participation of neighboring communities and businesses and the ability to clearly communicate engineering data and technical information to affected parties.