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Changes on Rural Arterial Roads by Region and State – June 2014 Traffic Volume Trends – Travel Monitoring and Traffic Volume – OHPI – FHWA

June 2014 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 June May
Number of Stations Vehicle-Miles (Millions) Percent Change Number of Stations Vehicle-Miles (Millions) Percent Change
2014 (Preliminary) 2013 2014 (Revised) 2013
Northeast
Connecticut 4 182 182 0.2 4 179 178 0.6
Maine 62 530 522 1.6 62 519 521 -0.4
Massachusetts 9 235 230 2.0 4 233 232 0.5
New Hampshire 76 335 324 3.6 81 292 290 0.8
New Jersey 6 327 326 0.5 5 356 353 0.7
New York 43 1,319 1,309 0.8 48 1,322 1,339 -1.3
Pennsylvania 31 2,072 2,040 1.6 28 2,130 2,124 0.3
Rhode Island 3 52 55 -5.1 2 56 59 -4.2
Vermont 42 257 247 4.2 43 257 250 2.7
Subtotal   5,309 5,235 1.4   5,344 5,346 0.0
South Atlantic
Delaware 28 251 246 1.8 30 151 147 2.9
District of Columbia - 0 0 0.0 - 0 0 0.0
Florida 99 2,011 1,959 2.7 83 2,020 1,986 1.7
Georgia 56 1,802 1,762 2.3 60 2,029 1,967 3.2
Maryland 19 847 836 1.2 21 837 823 1.7
North Carolina 21 1,720 1,681 2.3 21 1,722 1,676 2.8
South Carolina 72 1,487 1,440 3.3 72 1,548 1,485 4.2
Virginia 308 1,880 1,849 1.7 310 1,928 1,891 2.0
West Virginia 15 508 504 0.7 18 407 409 -0.5
Subtotal   10,506 10,277 2.2   10,642 10,384 2.5
North Central
Illinois 22 1,793 1,773 1.1 20 1,504 1,487 1.2
Indiana - 1,382 1,356 1.9 24 1,479 1,478 0.1
Iowa 82 1,237 1,208 2.3 87 1,242 1,189 4.5
Kansas 62 904 890 1.7 60 912 885 3.1
Michigan 57 1,694 1,657 2.3 55 1,695 1,667 1.7
Minnesota 17 1,538 1,492 3.0 17 1,560 1,488 4.8
Missouri 78 1,621 1,579 2.6 75 1,722 1,674 2.8
Nebraska 35 796 761 4.5 35 834 786 6.1
North Dakota 1 434 443 -1.9 1 415 423 -2.1
Ohio 46 1,835 1,795 2.3 45 1,882 1,859 1.3
South Dakota 34 481 466 3.1 33 420 413 1.6
Wisconsin 56 1,744 1,715 1.7 54 1,847 1,823 1.3
Subtotal   15,459 15,135 2.1   15,512 15,172 2.2
South Gulf
Alabama 46 1,566 1,556 0.7 49 1,562 1,554 0.5
Arkansas 2 1,118 1,092 2.4 23 1,050 1,027 2.1
Kentucky 16 1,698 1,667 1.9 12 1,634 1,634 0.0
Louisiana 12 1,115 1,130 -1.3 15 1,121 1,102 1.7
Mississippi 39 1,116 1,098 1.6 39 1,140 1,115 2.2
Oklahoma 43 1,181 1,176 0.4 38 1,181 1,156 2.1
Tennessee 14 1,734 1,738 -0.2 13 1,639 1,643 -0.3
Texas 95 4,497 4,366 3.0 98 4,423 4,289 3.1
Subtotal   14,025 13,823 1.5   13,750 13,520 1.7
West
Alaska 15 136 137 -0.8 17 130 125 4.1
Arizona 31 1,099 1,092 0.6 42 1,046 1,031 1.5
California 50 3,723 3,599 3.5 64 3,871 3,779 2.4
Colorado 52 1,006 974 3.3 51 933 919 1.5
Hawaii 11 109 107 1.4 10 92 92 -0.1
Idaho 100 514 499 2.9 102 482 473 2.1
Montana 51 620 605 2.4 50 527 522 1.0
Nevada 34 380 376 1.0 32 362 361 0.2
New Mexico 35 767 749 2.4 34 769 753 2.0
Oregon 102 1,009 984 2.5 103 953 930 2.4
Utah 37 546 538 1.5 40 526 515 2.1
Washington - 999 979 2.1 - 968 951 1.8
Wyoming 98 456 447 1.9 97 418 415 0.9
Subtotal   11,364 11,086 2.5   11,077 10,866 1.9
Totals 2,267 56,663 55,557 2.0 2,327 56,325 55,288 1.9

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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