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March 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 March February
Number of Stations Vehicle-Miles (Millions) Percent Change Number of Stations Vehicle-Miles (Millions) Percent Change
2015 (Preliminary) 2014 2014 (Revised) 2013
Northeast
Connecticut 20 1,702 1,724 -1.3 19 1,496 1,484 0.8
Maine 12 210 207 1.3 11 184 186 -1.2
Massachusetts 46 3,576 3,621 -1.2 31 3,040 3,156 -3.7
New Hampshire 80 557 539 3.3 77 448 456 -1.6
New Jersey 31 4,521 4,519 0.1 28 3,804 3,646 4.3
New York 75 7,293 6,887 5.9 75 5,700 5,549 2.7
Pennsylvania 24 3,842 3,853 -0.3 21 3,210 3,102 3.5
Rhode Island 41 426 434 -1.9 32 317 362 -12.6
Vermont - 99 97 2.4 - 88 88 -0.2
Subtotal   22,226 21,881 1.6   18,287 18,029 1.4
South Atlantic
Delaware 13 375 367 1.9 14 319 313 2.2
District of Columbia - 215 208 3.0 - 174 178 -1.9
Florida 128 9,837 9,164 7.3 131 8,371 8,023 4.3
Georgia 103 4,987 4,819 3.5 98 4,439 4,292 3.4
Maryland 34 3,185 3,121 2.0 34 2,640 2,615 0.9
North Carolina 23 4,357 4,129 5.5 23 3,384 3,437 -1.5
South Carolina 39 1,908 1,837 3.8 40 1,617 1,564 3.4
Virginia 369 3,423 3,281 4.3 368 2,853 2,946 -3.1
West Virginia - 626 614 1.9 - 434 437 -0.6
Subtotal   28,913 27,540 5.0   24,231 23,805 1.8
North Central
Illinois 28 5,135 4,939 4.0 20 4,614 4,518 2.1
Indiana 21 2,533 2,297 10.3 23 2,274 2,075 9.6
Iowa 15 831 832 -0.1 15 727 728 0.0
Kansas 20 1,030 975 5.6 20 963 918 4.9
Michigan 54 4,854 4,627 4.9 55 4,201 4,108 2.3
Minnesota 26 2,160 2,071 4.3 26 1,939 1,826 6.2
Missouri 64 2,599 2,483 4.7 64 2,197 2,226 -1.3
Nebraska 14 565 540 4.7 14 488 483 1.1
North Dakota 5 153 148 3.5 - 144 135 6.1
Ohio 89 4,642 4,513 2.9 88 4,122 4,149 -0.7
South Dakota 7 189 177 6.6 6 162 160 1.4
Wisconsin 26 2,252 2,129 5.8 23 1,884 1,801 4.6
Subtotal   26,943 25,731 4.7   23,715 23,127 2.5
South Gulf
Alabama 33 2,012 1,984 1.4 36 1,727 1,714 0.8
Arkansas 6 1,063 1,047 1.5 7 1,041 1,055 -1.4
Kentucky 7 1,239 1,249 -0.8 5 997 1,085 -8.1
Louisiana 12 2,035 2,026 0.4 12 1,622 1,618 0.3
Mississippi 30 1,048 1,026 2.2 31 900 881 2.2
Oklahoma 29 1,753 1,693 3.6 27 1,431 1,456 -1.7
Tennessee 8 2,882 2,841 1.4 9 2,500 2,604 -4.0
Texas 81 12,847 12,549 2.4 77 11,388 11,025 3.3
Subtotal   24,879 24,415 1.9   21,606 21,438 0.8
West
Alaska 40 160 157 2.0 37 133 133 0.4
Arizona 15 3,439 3,306 4.0 13 3,114 2,997 3.9
California 107 21,319 20,241 5.3 104 17,983 16,846 6.7
Colorado 36 2,653 2,476 7.1 35 2,106 2,053 2.6
Hawaii 43 543 497 9.4 42 467 424 10.1
Idaho 79 449 433 3.7 79 412 389 6.0
Montana 2 188 174 7.8 2 164 148 10.8
Nevada 28 1,186 1,156 2.6 28 976 924 5.5
New Mexico 36 741 716 3.4 36 655 655 0.0
Oregon 46 1,282 1,218 5.2 38 1,122 996 12.6
Utah 52 1,341 1,279 4.8 49 1,120 1,058 5.9
Washington 61 2,891 2,776 4.1 64 2,592 2,410 7.6
Wyoming 37 139 133 4.3 37 126 120 5.0
Subtotal   36,331 34,562 5.1   30,970 29,153 6.2
Totals 2,195 139,290 134,129 3.8 2,124 118,809 115,550 2.8

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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