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Highway Statistics 1998


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STATE HIGHWAY AGENCY-OWNED PUBLIC ROADS - 1998 1/

ESTIMATED MILES BY FUNCTIONAL SYSTEM

OCTOBER 1999
TABLE HM-80

STATE RURAL URBAN TOTAL
INTERSTATE OTHER PRINCIPAL ARTERIAL MINOR ARTERIAL MAJOR COLLECTOR MINOR COLLECTOR LOCAL TOTAL INTERSTATE OTHER FREEWAYS AND EXPRESSWAYS OTHER PRINCIPAL ARTERIAL MINOR ARTERIAL COLLECTOR LOCAL TOTAL
Alabama 601 2,075 3,638 2,572 49 2 8,937 304 21 933 642 27 0 1,927 10,864
Alaska 1,030 809 437 1,343 954 575 5,148 53 0 57 179 140 30 459 5,607
Arizona 996 1,118 1,133 1,860 373 360 5,840 172 90 271 129 5 101 768 6,608
Arkansas 393 2,227 2,947 9,003 219 199 14,988 149 113 529 446 30 66 1,333 16,321
California 1,357 3,614 5,536 815 76 2 11,400 1,057 1,302 1,231 195 21 0 3,806 15,206
Colorado 768 2,157 3,535 1,442 133 26 8,061 184 201 490 134 12 2 1,023 9,084
Connecticut 101 262 493 1,000 34 13 1,903 245 197 558 710 85 18 1,813 3,716
Delaware 0 213 106 550 168 2,457 3,494 41 11 133 157 216 1,003 1,561 5,055
Dist. of Columbia 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 12 16 92 148 151 954 1,373 1,373
Florida 954 3,678 1,949 408 10 0 6,999 518 420 2,468 1,396 140 0 4,942 11,941
Georgia 807 2,756 5,449 5,819 1 17 14,849 437 154 1,527 829 22 5 2,974 17,823
Hawaii 6 123 345 242 0 0 716 49 32 115 37 18 8 259 975
Idaho 526 1,672 1,302 1,165 0 0 4,665 85 0 164 47 0 0 296 4,961
Illinois 1,421 2,594 4,824 2,519 56 514 11,928 463 81 2,324 1,110 303 214 4,495 16,423
Indiana 2/ 853 1,705 2,211 4,738 19 38 9,564 319 122 1,082 203 5 4 1,735 11,299
Iowa 635 3,428 3,932 765 15 24 8,799 147 0 655 72 3 6 883 9,682
Kansas 503 3,171 4,293 1,794 8 6 9,775 132 119 332 25 2 0 610 10,385
Kentucky 536 2,044 1,608 6,945 9,430 4,480 25,043 226 91 644 909 416 114 2,400 27,443
Louisiana 612 1,224 1,610 7,033 4,178 0 14,657 282 46 688 871 142 0 2,029 16,686
Maine 296 787 1,071 3,225 2,227 10 7,616 36 17 175 247 264 33 772 8,388
Maryland 195 543 941 1,312 351 240 3,582 206 186 625 393 69 68 1,547 5,129
Massachusetts 94 292 429 345 11 36 1,207 335 200 643 426 31 36 1,671 2,878
Michigan 741 2,747 3,636 599 0 14 7,737 500 222 941 339 21 0 2,023 9,760
Minnesota 681 3,566 5,332 1,222 10 5 10,816 232 145 467 282 10 8 1,144 11,960
Mississippi 557 1,841 3,634 3,534 67 165 9,798 128 41 461 137 29 56 852 10,650
Missouri 806 3,100 3,446 17,840 5,451 3 30,646 372 312 651 347 66 7 1,755 32,401
Montana 1,134 2,623 2,764 329 117 653 7,620 57 0 97 6 0 0 160 7,780
Nebraska 437 2,716 4,200 2,278 10 9 9,650 45 17 263 2 1 0 328 9,978
Nevada 480 1,388 704 1,695 304 323 4,894 86 30 183 170 69 39 577 5,471
New Hampshire 176 457 481 1,152 859 420 3,545 48 40 108 151 44 16 407 3,952
New Jersey 99 412 337 12 11 4 875 224 129 877 210 4 2 1,446 2,321
New Mexico 892 1,797 1,867 3,968 2,294 39 10,857 108 0 340 63 79 3 593 11,450
New York 460 1,947 4,022 3,959 568 54 11,010 465 648 1,366 1,387 114 33 4,013 15,023
North Carolina 635 2,234 2,749 8,666 7,421 47,065 68,770 353 288 1,355 2,024 1,140 4,074 9,234 78,004
North Dakota 531 2,927 2,513 1,162 0 41 7,174 41 0 151 10 0 3 205 7,379
Ohio 651 2,225 2,810 8,380 1,186 25 15,277 680 379 1,626 1,217 116 6 4,024 19,301
Oklahoma 476 2,097 2,750 5,991 0 0 11,314 194 108 507 151 2 0 962 12,276
Oregon 581 2,833 1,924 1,470 69 12 6,889 146 52 472 85 9 0 764 7,653
Pennsylvania 913 2,476 5,060 7,832 7,872 8,149 32,302 366 457 2,067 2,543 1,826 601 7,860 40,162
Rhode Island 21 67 74 103 60 0 325 47 68 306 259 213 0 893 1,218
South Carolina 671 1,454 3,658 7,989 3,606 17,235 34,613 157 68 701 980 1,303 3,712 6,921 41,534
South Dakota 629 2,534 3,311 1,137 0 1 7,612 49 0 99 32 7 0 187 7,799
Tennessee 734 1,818 3,411 5,363 1 1 11,328 339 109 1,226 723 35 0 2,432 13,760
Texas 2,215 6,860 9,602 35,009 14,624 158 68,468 1,018 1,136 3,317 1,886 3,207 54 10,618 79,086
Utah 771 975 1,500 1,734 69 22 5,071 167 8 264 270 46 17 772 5,843
Vermont 280 310 708 1,145 10 1 2,454 40 14 56 62 5 0 177 2,631
Virginia 717 1,524 3,146 9,667 2,505 31,143 48,702 401 179 1,051 1,329 846 4,841 8,647 57,349
Washington 501 2,080 1,671 1,682 0 0 5,934 263 309 290 218 34 0 1,114 7,048
West Virginia 383 1,081 1,534 5,997 2,333 19,948 31,276 80 9 197 362 221 522 1,391 32,667
Wisconsin 574 3,310 4,832 1,573 17 12 10,318 170 174 968 126 2 0 1,440 11,758
Wyoming 826 1,960 1,036 2,047 271 249 6,389 87 3 193 48 52 17 400 6,789
U.S. Total 31,256 97,851 130,501 198,430 68,047 134,750 660,835 12,315 8,364 36,336 24,724 11,603 16,673 110,015 770,850
Puerto Rico 102 98 291 797 682 1 1,971 148 50 228 443 474 0 1,343 3,314
Grand Total 31,358 97,949 130,792 199,227 68,729 134,751 662,806 12,463 8,414 36,564 25,167 12,077 16,673 111,358 774,164

1/ A "Federal-aid Urbanized Area" is an area with 50,000 or more persons that at a minimum encompasses the land area delineated as the urbanized area by the Bureau of the Census. Areas are in sort by population.

2/ "DVMT" stands for "Daily Vehicle-Miles of Travel".

3/ Lane miles estimated by FHWA.

4/ The travel data collection methodology for the Chicago urbanized area has been changed and comparisons of vehicle-miles of travel (VMT) to previous years may not be valid.

5/ Some urbanized area data are inconsistently reported; for example, the Pennsylvania portion of Wilmington, Delaware is reported with Philadelphia; portions of Bristol, Connecticut are reported with Hartford or Waterbury; Kissimmee, Florida is reported with Orlando; and the Illinois portions of Aurora, Danville, Elgin, Crystal Lake, Joliet and Round Lake Beach are reported with Chicago. Other anomalies may exist.