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Changes on Rural Arterial Roads by Region and State – May 2013 Traffic Volume Trends – Travel Monitoring and Traffic Volume – OHPI – FHWA

May 2013 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 May April
Number of Stations Vehicle-Miles (Millions) Percent Change Number of Stations Vehicle-Miles (Millions) Percent Change
2013 (Preliminary) 2012 2012 (Revised) 2011
Northeast
Connecticut 6 179 179 -0.1 6 164 168 -2.3
Maine 30 520 514 1.1 30 470 472 -0.3
Massachusetts 4 233 229 1.6 11 201 205 -1.9
New Hampshire 21 290 288 0.4 22 277 277 -0.1
New Jersey 5 354 342 3.4 5 373 362 3.1
New York 55 1,336 1,350 -1.1 55 1,148 1,153 -0.5
Pennsylvania 20 2,125 2,144 -0.9 21 1,938 1,970 -1.6
Rhode Island - 58 58 0.8 - 52 51 1.8
Vermont 41 250 250 0.1 43 220 219 0.1
Subtotal   5,345 5,354 -0.2   4,843 4,877 -0.7
South Atlantic
Delaware 26 149 145 2.5 26 136 130 4.4
District of Columbia - 0 0 0.0 - 0 0 0.0
Florida 102 1,991 1,917 3.9 102 1,941 1,946 -0.2
Georgia 67 1,965 1,932 1.7 66 2,011 2,006 0.2
Maryland 25 827 824 0.4 25 739 735 0.6
North Carolina 20 1,684 1,659 1.5 21 1,534 1,570 -2.3
South Carolina 70 1,485 1,444 2.8 69 1,329 1,351 -1.6
Virginia 265 1,894 1,871 1.2 267 1,672 1,680 -0.5
West Virginia - 409 407 0.6 - 633 633 0.1
Subtotal   10,404 10,199 2.0   9,995 10,051 -0.6
North Central
Illinois 19 1,487 1,528 -2.7 - 1,338 1,340 -0.2
Indiana 30 1,457 1,481 -1.6 30 1,379 1,414 -2.5
Iowa 88 1,189 1,205 -1.4 85 1,077 1,086 -0.9
Kansas 59 878 901 -2.6 59 808 826 -2.1
Michigan 63 1,676 1,670 0.4 63 1,492 1,518 -1.8
Minnesota 12 1,496 1,516 -1.3 12 1,253 1,355 -7.5
Missouri 82 1,675 1,696 -1.3 82 1,428 1,440 -0.9
Nebraska 36 785 775 1.3 36 682 692 -1.6
North Dakota 36 424 433 -1.9 36 400 414 -3.4
Ohio 48 1,857 1,818 2.2 49 1,704 1,669 2.1
South Dakota 35 415 429 -3.3 31 350 397 -11.8
Wisconsin 81 1,822 1,797 1.4 71 1,434 1,484 -3.4
Subtotal   15,161 15,249 -0.6   13,345 13,635 -2.1
South Gulf
Alabama 47 1,559 1,531 1.9 46 1,516 1,516 0.0
Arkansas - 1,033 1,017 1.5 - 832 819 1.6
Kentucky 14 1,654 1,636 1.1 - 1,578 1,580 -0.1
Louisiana 19 1,125 1,058 6.3 17 1,022 964 6.0
Mississippi 32 1,116 1,104 1.1 31 1,056 1,057 -0.1
Oklahoma - 1,171 1,155 1.4 - 1,169 1,152 1.5
Tennessee 20 1,638 1,636 0.1 22 1,453 1,446 0.5
Texas 108 4,303 4,217 2.1 104 4,146 4,047 2.4
Subtotal   13,599 13,354 1.8   12,772 12,581 1.5
West
Alaska - 129 126 2.3 36 102 102 0.2
Arizona 45 1,032 1,016 1.6 41 1,040 1,033 0.7
California 65 3,806 3,748 1.5 59 3,514 3,455 1.7
Colorado 51 922 911 1.3 52 821 836 -1.8
Hawaii 7 92 89 3.8 7 106 101 5.5
Idaho 107 475 459 3.6 105 429 419 2.4
Montana 51 522 505 3.3 52 433 436 -0.8
Nevada 32 364 361 0.8 34 310 314 -1.5
New Mexico 44 753 744 1.2 46 707 697 1.6
Oregon 101 933 915 2.0 107 843 827 2.0
Utah 44 514 498 3.0 44 462 463 -0.1
Washington 33 969 938 3.3 38 1,013 990 2.3
Wyoming 97 415 409 1.6 98 319 339 -5.9
Subtotal   10,926 10,719 1.9   10,099 10,012 0.9
Totals 2,263 55,435 54,875 1.0 2,262 51,054 51,156 -0.2

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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