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

July 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 July June
Number of Stations Vehicle-Miles (Millions) Percent Change Number of Stations Vehicle-Miles (Millions) Percent Change
2013 (Preliminary) 2012 2013 (Revised) 2012
Northeast
Connecticut 6 194 192 0.9 5 185 186 -0.7
Maine 30 575 567 1.4 32 522 531 -1.7
Massachusetts 9 269 253 6.5 9 230 222 3.7
New Hampshire 22 358 358 0.2 21 324 325 -0.4
New Jersey - 369 370 -0.1 4 334 331 0.9
New York 52 1,487 1,510 -1.5 54 1,311 1,352 -3.1
Pennsylvania 20 2,223 2,207 0.7 32 2,039 2,060 -1.0
Rhode Island - 66 65 1.7 - 55 55 -0.3
Vermont 41 293 293 0.0 42 247 253 -2.4
Subtotal   5,834 5,815 0.3   5,247 5,315 -1.3
South Atlantic
Delaware 23 268 264 1.6 25 245 249 -1.6
District of Columbia - 0 0 0.0 - 0 0 0.0
Florida 100 1,950 1,919 1.6 100 1,963 1,909 2.8
Georgia 67 2,070 2,048 1.1 67 1,764 1,764 0.0
Maryland 27 878 867 1.3 27 836 849 -1.5
North Carolina 21 1,743 1,728 0.9 22 1,681 1,699 -1.0
South Carolina 69 1,551 1,514 2.4 70 1,440 1,427 0.9
Virginia 262 1,954 1,927 1.4 261 1,849 1,866 -0.9
West Virginia 14 607 605 0.3 14 510 527 -3.1
Subtotal   11,021 10,872 1.4   10,288 10,290 -0.0
North Central
Illinois 20 1,657 1,631 1.6 17 1,761 1,809 -2.7
Indiana - 1,521 1,501 1.4 29 1,351 1,382 -2.3
Iowa 89 1,272 1,248 1.9 88 1,209 1,223 -1.2
Kansas 55 894 880 1.6 56 888 894 -0.7
Michigan 63 1,809 1,803 0.3 61 1,659 1,681 -1.3
Minnesota - 1,538 1,515 1.5 7 1,474 1,500 -1.7
Missouri 88 1,870 1,840 1.6 82 1,580 1,606 -1.6
Nebraska 36 808 775 4.1 36 761 748 1.7
North Dakota 34 504 502 0.5 35 435 452 -3.7
Ohio 47 1,869 1,825 2.4 47 1,797 1,810 -0.7
South Dakota 31 489 485 0.7 32 466 471 -0.9
Wisconsin 78 1,844 1,808 2.0 76 1,707 1,717 -0.6
Subtotal   16,075 15,813 1.7   15,088 15,293 -1.3
South Gulf
Alabama 55 1,573 1,563 0.6 51 1,558 1,544 0.9
Arkansas - 1,143 1,113 2.7 - 1,093 1,083 0.9
Kentucky - 1,364 1,348 1.3 17 1,641 1,681 -2.4
Louisiana 15 1,145 1,073 6.7 15 1,119 1,068 4.8
Mississippi 30 1,185 1,155 2.6 31 1,099 1,093 0.5
Oklahoma - 1,246 1,213 2.7 - 1,176 1,165 1.0
Tennessee 15 1,799 1,785 0.8 22 1,745 1,739 0.4
Texas 110 4,538 4,410 2.9 109 4,368 4,318 1.2
Subtotal   13,993 13,660 2.4   13,799 13,691 0.8
West
Alaska 36 153 147 3.8 36 137 136 1.0
Arizona 36 1,065 1,049 1.6 38 1,094 1,085 0.8
California 37 4,088 3,976 2.8 42 3,569 3,516 1.5
Colorado 56 1,008 1,003 0.5 50 974 952 2.3
Hawaii 8 114 110 3.2 7 107 105 2.2
Idaho 95 561 552 1.6 107 501 493 1.7
Montana 49 710 702 1.1 51 603 602 0.2
Nevada 31 401 394 1.9 32 377 374 0.9
New Mexico 42 818 813 0.6 42 745 746 -0.1
Oregon 104 1,083 1,061 2.1 105 986 965 2.2
Utah 44 572 556 3.0 45 533 524 1.5
Washington 39 1,057 1,044 1.3 41 992 973 2.0
Wyoming 99 499 489 2.0 29 447 450 -0.6
Subtotal   12,129 11,896 2.0   11,065 10,921 1.3
Totals 2,205 59,052 58,056 1.7 2,221 55,487 55,510 -0.0

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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