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Highway Statistics 2003 - SYSTEM TRAVEL DENSITY TRENDS - Chart
Highway Statistics 2003 OHPI > Highway Statistics > 2003 > Roadway Extent > Density Trends

SYSTEM TRAVEL DENSITY TRENDS 1/

RURAL INTERSTATE

Year - Average Daily Vehicles Per Lane: 1994 - 4,363; 1995 - 4,497; 1996 - 4,630; 1997 - 4,788; 1998 - 5,010; 1999 - 5,147; 2000 - 5,272; 2001 - 5,381; 2002 - 5,511; 2003 - 5,467.

URBAN INTERSTATE

Year - Average Daily Vehicles Per Lane: 1994 - 11,870; 1995 - 12,166; 1996 - 12,439; 1997 - 12,736; 1998 - 13,080; 1999 - 13,387; 2000 - 13,571; 2001 - 13,716; 2002 - 13,922; 2003 - 13,850.

URBAN OTHER FREEWAYS & EXPRESSWAYS

Year - Average Daily Vehicles Per Lane: 1994 - 9,217; 1995 - 9,369; 1996 - 9,630; 1997 - 9,845; 1998 - 10,140; 1999 - 10,442; 2000 - 10,675; 2001 - 11,048; 2002 - 11,120; 2003 - 11,075.

1/ Note that the method used to calculate these data has changed; a weighted average based on length is now used to calculate average daily vehicles per lane.


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