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Changes on Rural Arterial Roads by Region and State – November 2011 Traffic Volume Trends – Travel Monitoring and Traffic Volume – OHPI – FHWA

Travel Monitoring and Traffic Volume

November 2011 Traffic Volume Trends

Changes on Rural Arterial Roads by Region and State

Table – 3. Changes on Rural Arterial Roads by Region and State**
Region And State November October
Number of Stations Vehicle-Miles (Millions) Percent Change Number of Stations Vehicle-Miles (Millions) Percent Change
2011 (Preliminary) 2010 2011 (Revised) 2010
Northeast
Connecticut 5 154 158 -2.6 6 169 180 -5.9
Maine 68 458 467 -1.9 67 499 522 -4.4
Massachusetts 10 225 229 -1.9 9 247 247 -0.3
New Hampshire 30 272 275 -1.0 28 311 321 -3.0
New Jersey 19 320 321 -0.5 20 342 351 -2.5
New York 50 1,152 1,124 2.5 49 1,233 1,263 -2.4
Pennsylvania 36 2,007 1,997 0.5 37 2,155 2,192 -1.7
Rhode Island - 49 49 -0.2 - 55 56 -2.1
Vermont 36 223 223 -0.1 36 251 255 -1.6
Subtotal   4,860 4,843 0.4   5,262 5,387 -2.3
South Atlantic
Delaware 24 120 120 0.0 24 132 132 0.1
District of Columbia - 0 0 0.0 - 0 0 0.0
Florida 105 1,920 1,966 -2.3 107 1,898 1,990 -4.6
Georgia 66 1,754 1,809 -3.0 67 1,869 1,934 -3.4
Maryland 25 752 767 -2.0 25 773 806 -4.0
North Carolina 15 1,533 1,561 -1.8 15 1,589 1,652 -3.8
South Carolina 72 1,275 1,290 -1.2 71 1,340 1,383 -3.1
Virginia 263 1,749 1,761 -0.7 259 1,771 1,813 -2.3
West Virginia - 658 664 -1.0 - 608 624 -2.4
Subtotal   9,761 9,938 -1.8   9,980 10,334 -3.4
North Central
Illinois - 1,269 1,283 -1.1 - 1,555 1,596 -2.5
Indiana 26 1,173 1,182 -0.8 28 1,303 1,306 -0.2
Iowa 86 1,057 1,058 -0.2 82 1,150 1,170 -1.8
Kansas 57 788 814 -3.2 62 847 866 -2.2
Michigan 61 1,486 1,517 -2.0 58 1,625 1,687 -3.7
Minnesota 39 1,294 1,270 1.9 37 1,458 1,500 -2.8
Missouri 80 1,455 1,484 -2.0 80 1,411 1,463 -3.6
Nebraska 36 708 701 1.1 36 780 786 -0.7
North Dakota 27 338 324 4.3 26 410 388 5.7
Ohio 47 1,639 1,640 -0.1 47 1,769 1,800 -1.8
South Dakota 31 362 366 -1.1 27 409 428 -4.3
Wisconsin 84 1,536 1,534 0.2 75 1,718 1,748 -1.7
Subtotal   13,105 13,173 -0.5   14,435 14,738 -2.1
South Gulf
Alabama 15 1,189 1,205 -1.3 24 1,321 1,347 -1.9
Arkansas 10 902 925 -2.5 10 971 997 -2.6
Kentucky 20 1,310 1,343 -2.5 25 1,437 1,477 -2.7
Louisiana 6 863 892 -3.2 6 816 848 -3.8
Mississippi 37 1,038 1,055 -1.6 34 1,072 1,107 -3.2
Oklahoma - 1,079 1,090 -1.0 - 1,092 1,119 -2.5
Tennessee 10 1,397 1,430 -2.3 10 1,654 1,694 -2.4
Texas 109 3,920 3,951 -0.8 110 4,053 4,122 -1.7
Subtotal   11,698 11,891 -1.6   12,416 12,711 -2.3
West
Alaska 32 85 85 -0.9 31 112 115 -2.6
Arizona - 1,018 1,028 -1.0 - 1,070 1,098 -2.5
California 31 3,580 3,633 -1.5 37 3,778 3,852 -1.9
Colorado 74 853 863 -1.2 71 910 925 -1.6
Hawaii 8 87 90 -3.1 6 138 141 -2.0
Idaho - 396 400 -1.0 94 464 480 -3.4
Montana 56 453 443 2.4 55 503 506 -0.6
Nevada 33 301 306 -1.5 35 314 324 -3.0
New Mexico - 749 756 -1.0 21 810 842 -3.9
Oregon 98 804 804 -0.1 96 907 932 -2.7
Utah 43 418 425 -1.6 43 469 487 -3.8
Washington 3 816 795 2.6 1 888 935 -5.0
Wyoming 14 373 362 2.9 14 435 437 -0.4
Subtotal   9,933 9,990 -0.6   10,798 11,074 -2.5
Totals 1,997 49,357 49,835 -1.0 2,101 52,891 54,244 -2.5

Note: Where Number of STATIONS are shown as dashes, the values for the Vehicle-Miles and Percent Change are derived from the estimated VMT based on data from surrounding States or the nationwide average VMT.

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