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Publication Number: FHWA-RD-03-094
Date: March 2005

Estimating Cumulative Traffic Loads, Volume II:
Traffic Data Assessment and Axle Load Projection for The Sites With Acceptable Axle Weight Data, Final Report for Phase 2

APPENDIX A. SUMMARY OF RESULTS

Table 21. Summary of traffic projection results, continued.

Agency SHRP ID Traffic ID GPS/ SPS Exp. No. Highway Functional Class Projections Pav. Type Last Pr. Year Traffic Characteristics
Cat. Code Status Traffic Volume Annual Growth Rate (%) ESALs

FL

4154

124154

G

1

6

3

N

I

F

1998

22,040

171.58

FL

9054

129054

G

1

6

2

Q

I

F

1998

430

2.00

174,670

GA

0500

130500

S

5

1

5

N

I

GA

1001

131001

G

1

2

3

N

I

F

1998

910

5.09

GA

1004

131004

G

1

6

3

N

I

F

1998

500

8.56

GA

1005

131005

G

1

7

4

N

I

 

1998

620

5.39

GA

1031

131031

G

6S

2

3

N

I

F

1998

480

11.30

GA

3007

133007

G

3

2

3

N

I

R

1998

640

14.88

GA

3011

133011

G

3

1

3

N

I

R

1998

1,420

12.56

GA

3015

133015

G

3

1

3

N

I

R

1998

1,350

12.50

GA

3016

133016

G

3

1

4

N

I

1998

3,120

6.14

GA

3017

133017

G

3

1

3

N

I

1998

4,710

9.16

GA

3018

133018

G

3

1

3

N

I

R

1998

4,710

9.16

GA

3019

133019

G

3

2

3

N

I

R

1998

1,110

0.00

GA

3020

133020

G

3

2

2

Q

I

R

1998

300

0.00

95,000

GA

4092

134092

G

2

2

3

N

I

1998

380

5.08

GA

4093

134093

G

2

2

3

N

I

1998

380

5.08

GA

4096

134096

G

2

8

3

N

I

1998

40

0.00

GA

4111

134111

G

1

7

3

N

I

F

1998

270

0.00

GA

4112

134112

G

6S

1

3

N

I

F

1998

3,600

4.70

GA

4113

134113

G

6S

1

3

N

I

F

1998

3,600

4.70

GA

4118

134118

G

9

1

3

N

I

R

1998

3,970

3.72

GA

4119

134119

G

2

1

3

N

I

F

1998

4,760

1.89

GA

4420

134420

G

6B

2

3

N

I

F

1998

570

3.00

GA

5023

135023

G

5

1

3

N

I

R

1998

4,050

6.00

GA

7028

137028

G

7S

1

3

N

I

R

1998

4,150

5.28

HI

1003

151003

G

1

14

3

N

I

F

1998

190

6.61

HI

1006

151006

G

1

14

3

N

I

F

1998

220

3.90

HI

1008

151008

G

1

14

3

N

I

F

1998

270

2.35

HI

7080

157080

G

1

2

4

N

I

1998

320

8.42

ID

1001

161001

G

1

2

2

Q

R

F

1998

580

3.92

174,380

ID

1005

161005

G

1

2

2

Q

R

F

1998

120

2.45

25,080

ID

1007

161007

G

6B

2

2

Q

R

F

1998

110

0.00

32,400

ID

1009

161009

G

1

1

2

A

R

F

1998

1,040

7.00

497,320

ID

1010

161010

G

1

1

2

A

R

F

1997

610

5.80

257,190

Table 21. Summary of traffic projection results, continued.

Agency SHRP ID Traffic ID GPS/ SPS Exp. No. Highway Functional Class Projections Pav. Type Last Pr. Year Traffic Characteristics
Cat. Code Status Traffic Volume Annual Growth Rate (%) ESALs

ID

1020

161020

G

1

2

2

Q

R

F

1998

170

0.00

55,190

ID

1021

161021

G

1

2

2

Q

R

F

1998

470

1.50

153,040

ID

3017

163017

G

3

1

2

Q

R

R

1998

960

3.89

640,120

ID

3023

163023

G

3

1

2

A

R

R

1998

1,380

0.00

816,360

ID

5025

165025

G

5

1

2

Q

R

R

1998

600

5.85

210,110

ID

6027

166027

G

6A

2

2

Q

R

F

1997

400

0.00

282,890

ID

9032

169032

G

1

2

2

Q

R

F

1998

190

0.00

28,080

ID

9034

169034

G

1

2

2

Q

R

F

1998

250

0.00

111,820

IL

0600

170600

S

6

1

2

Q

R

R

1998

1,670

–5.39

1,080,600

IL

1002

171002

G

1

2

2

A

R

F

1998

400

3.50

101,910

IL

1003

171003

G

1

2

2

A

R

F

1998

340

4.07

66,310

IL

4074

174074

G

4

2

2

Q

R

R

1998

450

4.00

180,370

IL

4082

174082

G

4

2

2

A

R

R

1998

180

4.00

39,880

IL

5020

175020

G

5

2

2

A

R

R

1998

220

4.00

51,840

IL

5151

175151

G

7B

1

2

A

R

R

1998

2,630

2.50

1,671,520

IL

5217

175217

G

7B

1

2

Q

R

R

1998

1,950

3.92

558,900

IL

5423

175423

G

7A

1

2

A

R

R

1998

1,830

2.50

769,070

IL

5453

175453

G

7A

1

2

Q

R

R

1998

4,820

5.47

3,075,630

IL

5843

175843

G

5

1

2

A

R

R

1998

3,040

3.60

1,697,030

IL

5849

175849

G

5

1

2

A

R

R

1998

1,350

2.00

721,120

IL

5854

175854

G

5

2

2

Q

R

R

1998

570

5.74

120,880

IL

5869

175869

G

5

12

2

Q

R

R

1998

690

5.39

156,730

IL

5908

175908

G

5

2

2

A

R

R

1998

340

2.00

88,260

IL

6050

176050

G

6A

7

3

N

R

F

1998

50

1.00

IL

7937

177937

G

7D

6

2

Q

R

R

1998

120

6.00

32,000

IL

9267

179267

G

5

1

2

A

R

R

1998

2,520

2.50

1,602,540

IL

9327

179327

G

7B

1

3

N

R

R

1998

1,820

4.00

IN

1028

181028

G

6S

1

2

A

R

F

1998

1,980

7.00

602,030

IN

1037

181037

G

6B

6

2

Q

R

F

1998

470

6.53

106,780

IN

2008

182008

G

2

2

2

A

R

F

1998

1,330

2.50

358,920

IN

2009

182009

G

2

6

2

Q

R

F

1998

980

3.99

181,860

IN

3002

183002

G

3

2

2

A

R

R

1998

830

3.03

474,930

IN

3003

183003

G

7B

2

2

Q

R

R

1998

1,360

2.11

623,630

IN

3030

183030

G

3

7

3

N

R

R

1998

650

5.45

IN

3031

183031

G

3

6

2

A

R

R

1998

830

2.03

236,450

Table 21. Summary of traffic projection results, continued.

Agency SHRP ID Traffic ID GPS/ SPS Exp. No. Highway Functional Class Projections Pav. Type Last Pr. Year Traffic Characteristics
Cat. Code Status Traffic Volume Annual Growth Rate (%) ESALs

IN

4021

184021

G

4

14

2

Q

R

R

1998

930

4.00

235,240

IN

4042

184042

G

4

6

2

A

R

R

1998

830

4.12

226,700

IN

5022

185022

G

7B

11

2

Q

R

R

1998

6,310

4.79

2,470,400

IN

5043

185043

G

5

2

3

N

R

R

1998

180

2.86

IN

5518

185518

G

7B

1

2

A

R

R

1998

4,500

4.70

1,940,110

IN

5528

185528

G

7B

6

2

Q

R

R

1998

550

2.00

134,150

IN

5538

185538

G

7B

6

2

Q

R

R

1998

470

2.30

104,280

IN

6012

186012

G

6S

1

2

Q

R

F

1998

2,170

7.22

793,950

IN

9020

189020

G

9

1

2

Q

R

R

1998

3,670

7.99

1,136,320

IN

A900

18A900

S

9

5

N

I

IA

0100

190100

S

1

2

2

Q

I

F

1998

170

0.00

34,060

IA

0200

190200

S

2

12

3

N

I

R

1998

550

13.27

IA

0600

190600

S

6

1

2

Q

I

R

1998

1,890

3.16

670,760

IA

0700

190700

S

7

1

2

A

I

R

1998

1,960

2.69

977,240

IA

1044

191044

G

1

2

2

Q

I

F

1998

290

0.96

107,570

IA

3006

193006

G

3

2

2

Q

I

R

1998

380

2.43

145,710

IA

3009

193009

G

3

11

3

N

I

R

1998

1,100

7.00

IA

3028

193028

G

3

2

2

Q

I

R

1998

940

2.58

345,010

IA

3033

193033

G

3

2

3

N

I

R

1998

760

7.09

IA

3055

193055

G

3

2

2

Q

I

R

1998

610

6.75

194,270

IA

5042

195042

G

5

1

3

N

I

R

1998

1,550

3.63

IA

5046

195046

G

5

1

3

N

I

R

1998

1,550

3.63

IA

6049

196049

G

6A

1

3

N

I

F

1998

3,000

2.41

IA

6150

196150

G

2

7

3

N

I

F

1998

60

0.00

IA

9116

199116

G

7B

1

2

Q

I

R

1998

1,410

4.92

509,100

IA

9126

199126

G

7B

1

3

N

I

R

1998

2,470

4.71

KS

0100

200100

S

1

2

2

Q

I

F

1998

480

0.00

197,440

KS

0200

200200

S

2

1

2

Q

I

R

1998

1,200

6.00

1,069,450

KS

1005

201005

G

1

6

3

N

I

F

1998

180

0.82

KS

1006

201006

G

6A

2

2

Q

I

F

1998

200

0.00

19,400

KS

1009

201009

G

1

2

2

Q

I

F

1998

170

0.80

23,610

KS

1010

201010

G

1

2

3

N

I

F

1997

310

2.76

KS

3013

203013

G

3

11

3

N

I

R

1998

820

10.00

KS

3015

203015

G

3

2

2

Q

I

R

1998

760

4.00

244,690

KS

3060

203060

G

3

11

3

N

I

R

1998

500

10.57

Table 21. Summary of traffic projection results, continued

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