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

March 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 March February
Number of Stations Vehicle-Miles (Millions) Percent Change Number of Stations Vehicle-Miles (Millions) Percent Change
2014 (Preliminary) 2013 2014 (Revised) 2013
Northeast
Connecticut 4 161 164 -1.7 4 129 131 -1.1
Maine 47 455 470 -3.2 59 394 382 3.2
Massachusetts 9 194 198 -2.2 6 182 179 1.5
New Hampshire 78 276 278 -0.6 78 237 230 3.0
New Jersey 5 350 355 -1.3 13 286 293 -2.3
New York 47 1,154 1,182 -2.4 45 914 927 -1.4
Pennsylvania 32 1,847 1,871 -1.3 30 1,497 1,579 -5.2
Rhode Island 3 40 45 -10.6 2 42 42 -1.7
Vermont 45 222 232 -4.2 43 209 205 2.2
Subtotal   4,699 4,795 -2.0   3,890 3,968 -2.0
South Atlantic
Delaware 33 114 119 -4.2 29 113 116 -3.0
District of Columbia - 0 0 0.0 - 0 0 0.0
Florida 54 2,195 2,168 1.2 73 1,844 1,805 2.1
Georgia 61 2,015 1,980 1.8 69 1,734 1,729 0.2
Maryland 20 707 733 -3.6 21 562 586 -4.0
North Carolina 22 1,565 1,627 -3.8 22 1,322 1,360 -2.8
South Carolina 73 1,403 1,403 0.0 68 1,128 1,121 0.7
Virginia 294 1,652 1,699 -2.8 305 1,394 1,456 -4.3
West Virginia 16 692 709 -2.4 15 470 507 -7.4
Subtotal   10,343 10,438 -0.9   8,567 8,680 -1.3
North Central
Illinois 15 1,295 1,298 -0.3 12 1,333 1,343 -0.7
Indiana 20 1,265 1,251 1.1 20 1,010 1,073 -6.0
Iowa 60 1,046 1,046 0.0 61 861 865 -0.5
Kansas 62 786 787 -0.1 59 664 646 2.7
Michigan - 1,519 1,507 0.8 52 1,261 1,245 1.3
Minnesota 19 1,273 1,290 -1.3 18 1,063 1,082 -1.7
Missouri 76 1,268 1,277 -0.7 75 1,044 1,060 -1.6
Nebraska 36 688 663 3.7 36 554 534 3.6
North Dakota 1 446 396 12.6 1 361 331 9.2
Ohio 45 1,649 1,641 0.5 44 1,387 1,388 -0.1
South Dakota 29 391 393 -0.4 30 318 306 4.0
Wisconsin 58 1,449 1,439 0.7 49 1,208 1,206 0.1
Subtotal   13,075 12,988 0.7   11,064 11,079 -0.1
South Gulf
Alabama 57 1,520 1,499 1.4 46 1,202 1,188 1.2
Arkansas 20 941 963 -2.3 19 774 807 -4.1
Kentucky 13 1,471 1,462 0.6 14 1,166 1,203 -3.1
Louisiana 17 952 959 -0.8 - 761 779 -2.2
Mississippi 40 1,140 1,116 2.1 36 1,014 1,005 0.9
Oklahoma - 1,129 1,127 0.1 - 979 978 0.2
Tennessee 18 1,696 1,682 0.8 16 1,280 1,317 -2.8
Texas 101 4,562 4,536 0.6 105 3,881 3,857 0.6
Subtotal   13,411 13,344 0.5   11,057 11,134 -0.7
West
Alaska 15 98 96 1.9 18 80 78 1.7
Arizona 41 993 977 1.6 38 986 947 4.1
California 38 3,224 3,203 0.7 46 2,777 2,730 1.7
Colorado 56 994 960 3.5 58 760 752 1.1
Hawaii 10 105 105 0.7 9 91 91 -0.4
Idaho 101 429 424 1.2 100 346 346 -0.1
Montana 49 410 426 -3.8 50 338 370 -8.6
Nevada 33 322 321 0.2 32 252 250 0.8
New Mexico 32 740 737 0.3 29 648 632 2.6
Oregon 104 854 851 0.4 102 659 705 -6.5
Utah 42 482 475 1.4 43 370 357 3.6
Washington - 851 847 0.5 - 664 689 -3.6
Wyoming 100 324 325 -0.3 97 269 279 -3.4
Subtotal   9,826 9,747 0.8   8,240 8,226 0.2
Totals 2,151 51,354 51,312 0.1 2,197 42,818 43,087 -0.6

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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