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February 2011 Traffic Volume Trends

  • Travel on all roads and streets changed by 0.9% (2.0 billion vehicle miles) for February 2011 as compared with February 2010.
  • Travel for the month is estimated to be 214.8 billion vehicle miles.
  • Cumulative Travel for 2011 changed by 0.6% (2.8 billion vehicle miles).
  • Cumulative estimate for the year is 438.6 billion vehicle miles of travel.

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  • Estimated Vehicle-Miles of Travel by Region - February 2011 - (in Billions)
  • Change in Traffic as compared to same month last year.
Region Total Travel Percentage Change
North-East 30.8 2.0
South-Atlantic 48.8 4.5
North-Central 47.4 0.3
South-Gulf 42.5 -0.2
West 45.3 -1.6

Note:

  • All data for this month are preliminary. Revised values for the previous month are shown in Tables 1 and 2.
  • All vehicle-miles of travel computed with 2009 Table VM-2 as a base.
  • Compiled with data on hand as of April 13, 2011.
  • Some historical data were revised based on HPMS and amended TVT data as of December 2009
  • For information on total licensed drivers in the U.S. visit http://www.fhwa.dot.gov/policy/ohpi/hss/hsspubs.htm. Select the year of interest then Section III (Driver Licensing).
  • For information on total registered motor vehicles in the U.S., visit http://www.fhwa.dot.gov/policy/ohpi/hss/hsspubs.htm Select the year of interest and Section II (Motor Vehicles).
  1. Travel Trends (February 2011)
  2. Individual Monthly Motor Vehicle Travel in the U.S. for February 2011
  3. Changes on Rural Arterial Roads by Region and State
  4. Changes on Urban Arterial Roads by Region and State
  5. Changes on All Estimated Roads by Region and State
  6. Volume Trends - Rural
  7. Volume Trends - Urban
  8. Figure 1 - Moving 12-Month Total on All Highways
  9. Figure 2 - Travel on U.S. Highways By Month

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