The following table provides Roads and Maritime's key performance indicators as at 30 June 2016.
|Measure||2012–13||2013–14||2014–15||2015–16 target||2015–16 actual|
|Making safety paramount|
|Road fatalities per 100,000 population||5.11||4.61||4.11||≤4.4||5.1|
|Total recordable injury frequency rate||25.6||28.9||21.9||≤19.7||14.9|
|Operational uptime of fixed digital speed cameras (%)||97.9||96.7||96.5||≥94.5||96.9|
|Operational uptime of red light speed cameras (%)||96.3||97.4||97||≥94.5||95.9|
|Operational uptime of point-to-point cameras (%)||94.7||95.2||96.2||≥94.5||98.1|
|Operational uptime of bus lane cameras (%)||98.6||99.3||98.4||≥94.5||94.8|
|Mobile speed enforcement hours delivered against program targets (%)||98||110||100||≥97||99|
|Delivering our infrastructure program|
|Roads and Maritime Delivery Plan deliverables that are on track (%)||82||85||90||≥90||91|
|Budget Paper 2 announced projects to be completed on time and on budget (%)2||N/A||N/A||N/A||100||100|
|Meeting customer and community needs|
|Journey time reliability - peak travel on key routes is on time (%)2,3||N/A||N/A||N/A||≥90||86|
|Avg. incident clearance time (for 98% of incidents on Principal Routes, mins)||38.15||37.56||38.11||≤40||38.68|
|State Road network available to Higher Mass Limit Vehicles (%)||96||98||96||N/A||96|
|An organisation that delivers|
|Sprayed resealing delivery (1,000,000m2)||12.0||11.1||11.2||11.4||11.5|
|Asphalt resurfacing delivery (1,000,000m2)||1.4||2.2||1.9||1.3||1.1|
|Pavement rehabilitation delivery - concrete and flexible (1,000,000m2)||1.8||3.4||3.4||2.1||2.1|
|NSW State Roads meeting national road smoothness standards (% smooth travel)||91.3||92.6||93||≥93.2||94.3|
|Urban State Roads meeting national road smoothness standard (% smooth travel)||89.9||92.6||92.2||≥92.4||94.3|
|Rural State Roads meeting national road smoothness standards (% smooth travel)||93.6||93.7||94.2||≥94.3||94.3|
|Number of qualifications on agency annual financial accounts signed off by the Auditor-General||0||0||0||0||0|
|Enhancing economic and social outcomes|
|Major projects with a benefit to cost ratio of greater than 1 (%)||88||91||90||≥85||89|
|Waste removed from Sydney Harbour (cubic metres)||2,259||1,923||2,394||N/A||2,053|
|Sydney Harbour commuter wharves compliant with disability standard for accessible public transport (%)||43||52||57||N/A||59|
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