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

September 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 September August
Number of Stations Vehicle-Miles (Millions) Percent Change Number of Stations Vehicle-Miles (Millions) Percent Change
2013 (Preliminary) 2012 2013 (Revised) 2012
Northeast
Connecticut 4 174 173 0.6 5 188 186 1.1
Maine 29 495 491 0.8 29 565 556 1.7
Massachusetts 5 208 206 0.7 7 221 218 1.7
New Hampshire 22 300 298 0.7 22 371 364 2.0
New Jersey 6 419 413 1.5 5 383 384 -0.2
New York 54 1,184 1,185 0.0 56 1,514 1,534 -1.3
Pennsylvania 29 1,984 1,976 0.4 20 2,292 2,274 0.8
Rhode Island - 85 84 1.8 - 73 72 0.8
Vermont 38 245 243 1.0 39 295 291 1.2
Subtotal   5,094 5,069 0.5   5,902 5,879 0.4
South Atlantic
Delaware 24 155 151 2.6 24 157 155 1.4
District of Columbia - 0 0 0.0 - 0 0 0.0
Florida 97 1,800 1,750 2.9 99 2,017 1,921 5.0
Georgia 63 1,650 1,609 2.6 63 1,823 1,785 2.1
Maryland 26 803 792 1.3 26 900 889 1.2
North Carolina 22 1,524 1,497 1.8 21 1,717 1,677 2.4
South Carolina 67 1,332 1,286 3.6 68 1,509 1,453 3.8
Virginia 281 1,685 1,658 1.7 273 1,935 1,903 1.7
West Virginia 10 558 554 0.7 14 609 620 -1.8
Subtotal   9,507 9,297 2.3   10,667 10,403 2.5
North Central
Illinois 17 1,379 1,373 0.4 19 1,589 1,579 0.6
Indiana 27 1,270 1,229 3.4 - 1,316 1,294 1.6
Iowa 57 1,147 1,142 0.5 91 1,266 1,245 1.7
Kansas 55 883 870 1.5 54 904 890 1.6
Michigan 63 1,597 1,576 1.4 61 1,862 1,806 3.1
Minnesota 3 1,452 1,404 3.4 3 1,598 1,584 0.8
Missouri 85 1,685 1,678 0.4 81 1,856 1,830 1.4
Nebraska 36 743 723 2.8 35 787 772 1.9
North Dakota 1 401 417 -3.8 30 467 460 1.6
Ohio 45 1,756 1,698 3.4 45 1,930 1,878 2.8
South Dakota 34 430 427 0.8 31 492 479 2.7
Wisconsin 35 1,654 1,599 3.5 73 1,850 1,795 3.1
Subtotal   14,397 14,136 1.8   15,917 15,612 2.0
South Gulf
Alabama 46 1,315 1,284 2.5 47 1,558 1,535 1.5
Arkansas 12 880 880 0.0 7 1,118 1,084 3.1
Kentucky - 1,406 1,379 2.0 17 1,511 1,521 -0.6
Louisiana - 817 781 4.6 15 1,282 1,164 10.2
Mississippi 25 1,043 1,044 -0.1 26 1,153 1,111 3.8
Oklahoma - 1,171 1,143 2.5 - 1,411 1,371 2.9
Tennessee 19 1,601 1,560 2.6 18 1,752 1,735 1.0
Texas 119 4,102 3,974 3.2 119 4,610 4,473 3.1
Subtotal   12,335 12,045 2.4   14,395 13,994 2.9
West
Alaska 35 114 112 2.1 36 141 139 1.2
Arizona 40 928 917 1.2 33 971 949 2.3
California 46 3,220 3,117 3.3 15 3,955 3,923 0.8
Colorado 17 931 941 -1.1 55 1,009 999 1.0
Hawaii 11 112 109 2.8 9 117 114 2.0
Idaho 108 474 475 0.0 104 562 558 0.6
Montana 49 557 560 -0.5 45 709 702 1.1
Nevada 31 330 329 0.2 32 382 377 1.3
New Mexico 30 767 762 0.7 32 842 832 1.3
Oregon 101 958 965 -0.8 107 1,110 1,105 0.4
Utah 42 500 501 -0.1 41 574 558 2.7
Washington 63 950 961 -1.2 63 1,111 1,092 1.7
Wyoming 99 447 451 -0.8 67 493 492 0.3
Subtotal   10,288 10,200 0.9   11,976 11,840 1.1
Totals 2,128 51,621 50,747 1.7 2,182 58,857 57,728 2.0

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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