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April 2015 Traffic Volume Trends

Changes on Urban Arterial Roads by Region and State

Table – 4. Changes on Urban Arterial Roads by Region and State**
Region And State April March
Number of Stations Vehicle-Miles (Millions) Percent Change Number of Stations Vehicle-Miles (Millions) Percent Change
2015 (Preliminary) 2014 2015 (Revised) 2014
Northeast
Connecticut 20 1,777 1,755 1.2 20 1,702 1,724 -1.3
Maine 12 193 197 -1.8 12 210 207 1.3
Massachusetts 56 3,221 3,212 0.3 46 3,576 3,621 -1.2
New Hampshire 83 567 552 2.8 80 557 539 3.3
New Jersey 41 4,740 4,645 2.1 31 4,521 4,519 0.1
New York 75 7,343 6,893 6.5 75 7,293 6,887 5.9
Pennsylvania 23 3,994 3,919 1.9 24 3,842 3,853 -0.3
Rhode Island 67 459 456 0.6 59 428 434 -1.4
Vermont - 108 104 3.7 - 99 97 2.4
Subtotal   22,402 21,733 3.1   22,228 21,881 1.6
South Atlantic
Delaware 12 396 389 1.8 13 375 367 1.9
District of Columbia 1 214 214 -0.3 1 215 208 3.3
Florida 128 9,093 8,697 4.6 128 9,837 9,164 7.3
Georgia 106 5,102 4,939 3.3 103 4,987 4,819 3.5
Maryland 34 3,360 3,300 1.8 34 3,185 3,121 2.0
North Carolina 20 3,932 3,818 3.0 23 4,357 4,129 5.5
South Carolina 39 1,835 1,798 2.0 39 1,908 1,837 3.8
Virginia 361 3,650 3,551 2.8 369 3,423 3,281 4.3
West Virginia - 498 488 2.0 - 626 614 1.9
Subtotal   28,080 27,194 3.3   28,913 27,540 5.0
North Central
Illinois 28 5,738 5,512 4.1 28 5,135 4,939 4.0
Indiana 21 3,010 2,692 11.8 21 2,533 2,297 10.3
Iowa 27 882 879 0.4 15 831 832 -0.1
Kansas 19 1,079 1,049 2.8 20 1,030 975 5.6
Michigan 54 4,880 4,760 2.5 54 4,854 4,627 4.9
Minnesota 26 2,219 2,092 6.1 26 2,160 2,071 4.3
Missouri 64 2,569 2,511 2.3 64 2,599 2,483 4.7
Nebraska 14 563 541 4.1 14 565 540 4.7
North Dakota 5 166 162 2.5 5 153 148 3.5
Ohio 92 4,755 4,662 2.0 89 4,642 4,513 2.9
South Dakota 7 200 187 7.2 7 189 177 6.6
Wisconsin 26 2,175 2,079 4.6 26 2,252 2,129 5.8
Subtotal   28,236 27,126 4.1   26,943 25,731 4.7
South Gulf
Alabama 39 1,969 1,915 2.8 33 2,012 1,984 1.4
Arkansas 8 1,152 1,090 5.7 6 1,063 1,047 1.5
Kentucky - 1,486 1,426 4.2 7 1,239 1,249 -0.8
Louisiana 14 1,968 1,972 -0.2 12 2,035 2,026 0.4
Mississippi 29 1,112 1,075 3.4 30 1,048 1,026 2.2
Oklahoma 27 1,684 1,678 0.3 29 1,753 1,693 3.6
Tennessee 10 3,010 2,945 2.2 8 2,882 2,841 1.4
Texas 79 12,298 11,873 3.6 81 12,847 12,549 2.4
Subtotal   24,679 23,974 2.9   24,879 24,415 1.9
West
Alaska 38 188 184 2.2 40 160 157 2.0
Arizona 16 3,554 3,439 3.3 15 3,439 3,306 4.0
California 103 22,782 21,963 3.7 122 21,245 20,241 5.0
Colorado 36 2,570 2,464 4.3 36 2,653 2,476 7.1
Hawaii 44 617 566 9.0 43 543 497 9.4
Idaho 79 454 443 2.4 79 449 433 3.7
Montana 1 190 183 3.7 2 188 174 7.8
Nevada 35 1,121 1,096 2.3 28 1,186 1,156 2.6
New Mexico 33 777 751 3.5 36 741 716 3.4
Oregon 45 1,250 1,201 4.1 46 1,282 1,218 5.2
Utah 53 1,311 1,271 3.2 52 1,341 1,279 4.8
Washington 69 2,826 2,726 3.6 61 2,891 2,776 4.1
Wyoming 37 156 154 1.2 37 139 133 4.3
Subtotal   37,796 36,441 3.7   36,257 34,562 4.9
Totals 2,256 141,196 136,470 3.5 2,229 139,218 134,128 3.8

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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