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Changes on Rural Arterial Roads by Region and State – July 2012 Traffic Volume Trends – Travel Monitoring and Traffic Volume – OHPI – FHWA

July 2012 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 July June
Number of Stations Vehicle-Miles (Millions) Percent Change Number of Stations Vehicle-Miles (Millions) Percent Change
2012 (Preliminary) 2011 2012 (Revised) 2011
Northeast
Connecticut 6 185 193 -4.1 6 179 176 1.8
Maine 73 559 566 -1.1 71 524 518 1.1
Massachusetts 11 252 262 -3.7 13 222 222 0.2
New Hampshire 30 358 363 -1.2 30 325 319 1.9
New Jersey 18 377 385 -2.1 21 338 339 -0.3
New York 49 1,486 1,475 0.7 53 1,329 1,300 2.3
Pennsylvania 35 2,196 2,243 -2.1 35 2,050 2,052 -0.1
Rhode Island - 64 64 -0.2 - 55 55 0.0
Vermont 34 289 292 -0.8 34 250 244 2.6
Subtotal   5,766 5,843 -1.3   5,272 5,225 0.9
South Atlantic
Delaware 25 253 259 -2.3 24 238 229 3.9
District of Columbia - 0 0 0.0 - 0 0 0.0
Florida 101 1,918 1,939 -1.1 102 1,890 1,892 -0.1
Georgia 70 2,050 2,074 -1.1 67 1,766 1,744 1.2
Maryland 27 869 896 -2.9 26 851 855 -0.4
North Carolina 15 1,675 1,714 -2.3 15 1,646 1,616 1.8
South Carolina 70 1,513 1,547 -2.2 71 1,426 1,397 2.1
Virginia 274 1,946 1,979 -1.7 269 1,885 1,859 1.4
West Virginia 15 628 643 -2.4 14 546 548 -0.4
Subtotal   10,852 11,051 -1.8   10,248 10,140 1.1
North Central
Illinois 3 1,621 1,644 -1.4 4 1,797 1,788 0.5
Indiana 30 1,474 1,448 1.8 29 1,357 1,330 2.0
Iowa 67 1,240 1,246 -0.4 78 1,215 1,186 2.5
Kansas 59 859 888 -3.2 63 874 876 -0.3
Michigan 62 1,932 1,947 -0.7 60 1,801 1,766 2.0
Minnesota 36 1,500 1,503 -0.2 37 1,485 1,474 0.7
Missouri 78 1,850 1,881 -1.6 72 1,617 1,609 0.5
Nebraska 35 773 791 -2.3 36 746 740 0.7
North Dakota 30 472 448 5.3 29 425 396 7.4
Ohio 49 1,833 1,832 0.0 48 1,817 1,761 3.2
South Dakota 27 468 470 -0.3 29 454 441 3.0
Wisconsin 77 1,777 1,807 -1.7 72 1,688 1,667 1.2
Subtotal   15,799 15,905 -0.7   15,276 15,034 1.6
South Gulf
Alabama 38 1,565 1,569 -0.3 40 1,541 1,520 1.4
Arkansas - 1,111 1,108 0.2 - 1,081 1,054 2.6
Kentucky 30 1,312 1,349 -2.7 30 1,638 1,594 2.8
Louisiana 6 988 1,014 -2.6 7 996 991 0.5
Mississippi 39 1,146 1,172 -2.2 40 1,086 1,074 1.1
Oklahoma - 1,237 1,216 1.7 - 1,166 1,118 4.2
Tennessee 13 1,775 1,791 -0.9 16 1,729 1,710 1.1
Texas 113 4,356 4,235 2.9 112 4,264 4,054 5.2
Subtotal   13,490 13,454 0.3   13,501 13,115 2.9
West
Alaska 34 146 148 -1.4 34 134 134 0.0
Arizona 25 1,021 1,038 -1.6 42 1,056 1,061 -0.4
California 27 3,996 4,066 -1.7 1 3,533 3,508 0.7
Colorado 60 983 1,007 -2.4 74 933 926 0.8
Hawaii 7 113 113 -0.3 7 108 107 1.0
Idaho 86 547 552 -0.8 87 489 482 1.3
Montana 52 694 682 1.8 51 595 568 4.8
Nevada 30 389 393 -1.0 31 369 359 2.8
New Mexico 44 808 820 -1.5 50 742 733 1.2
Oregon 108 1,059 1,067 -0.7 104 963 971 -0.8
Utah 44 561 580 -3.3 45 529 519 1.8
Washington 38 1,042 1,066 -2.3 39 971 977 -0.6
Wyoming - 508 514 -1.2 13 467 456 2.3
Subtotal   11,867 12,046 -1.5   10,889 10,801 0.8
Totals 2,200 57,774 58,299 -0.9 2,231 55,186 54,315 1.6

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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