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September 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 September August
Number of Stations Vehicle-Miles (Millions) Percent Change Number of Stations Vehicle-Miles (Millions) Percent Change
2015 (Preliminary) 2014 2015 (Revised) 2014
Northeast
Connecticut 17 1,911 1,896 0.8 19 1,998 1,990 0.4
Maine 10 211 205 2.8 9 231 222 3.7
Massachusetts 57 3,604 3,554 1.4 58 3,907 3,866 1.1
New Hampshire 84 531 512 3.7 79 591 581 1.7
New Jersey 38 4,874 4,794 1.7 45 4,605 4,510 2.1
New York 72 7,013 6,513 7.7 73 7,620 7,222 5.5
Pennsylvania 27 4,312 4,277 0.8 25 4,389 4,381 0.2
Rhode Island 72 716 695 3.1 69 607 611 -0.7
Vermont - 110 105 4.0 15 115 114 0.3
Subtotal   23,282 22,551 3.2   24,063 23,497 2.4
South Atlantic
Delaware 14 468 439 6.5 13 475 463 2.4
District of Columbia 3 230 226 1.6 1 248 247 0.8
Florida 117 9,041 8,565 5.5 130 9,351 9,036 3.5
Georgia 96 4,743 4,576 3.6 97 5,199 5,045 3.0
Maryland 26 2,999 2,966 1.1 27 3,688 3,615 2.0
North Carolina 23 3,830 3,725 2.8 22 4,202 4,153 1.2
South Carolina 40 1,754 1,658 5.8 40 1,754 1,716 2.2
Virginia 355 3,500 3,401 2.9 347 3,750 3,655 2.6
West Virginia 5 544 530 2.6 9 561 561 0.0
Subtotal   27,109 26,086 3.9   29,228 28,491 2.6
North Central
Illinois 34 5,166 5,050 2.3 33 5,068 5,050 0.4
Indiana - 2,874 2,754 4.4 - 2,923 2,888 1.2
Iowa 24 889 875 1.6 23 887 890 -0.3
Kansas 19 1,004 977 2.8 19 1,057 1,032 2.4
Michigan 55 5,009 4,612 8.6 51 4,760 4,703 1.2
Minnesota 23 2,212 2,182 1.4 23 2,245 2,230 0.7
Missouri 60 2,743 2,639 3.9 59 2,751 2,673 2.9
Nebraska 14 538 523 2.9 14 558 544 2.6
North Dakota 9 146 154 -5.2 9 154 154 -0.5
Ohio 84 4,779 4,642 3.0 84 5,092 4,987 2.1
South Dakota 5 186 183 1.4 6 205 204 0.6
Wisconsin 80 2,192 2,110 3.9 84 2,307 2,263 2.0
Subtotal   27,738 26,701 3.9   28,007 27,618 1.4
South Gulf
Alabama 51 1,944 1,914 1.5 48 2,033 2,014 1.0
Arkansas 3 1,102 1,014 8.7 3 1,281 1,212 5.6
Kentucky 7 1,352 1,300 4.0 10 1,505 1,502 0.2
Louisiana 14 2,062 1,976 4.3 14 2,242 2,162 3.7
Mississippi 21 1,012 951 6.4 21 1,058 1,033 2.5
Oklahoma 24 1,757 1,759 -0.1 26 1,813 1,811 0.1
Tennessee 10 2,723 2,556 6.5 8 2,763 2,667 3.6
Texas 83 12,584 11,794 6.7 82 12,798 12,098 5.8
Subtotal   24,536 23,264 5.5   25,493 24,499 4.1
West
Alaska 38 166 168 -0.9 29 180 178 1.1
Arizona 105 2,783 2,658 4.7 9 2,547 2,537 0.4
California 122 19,115 18,250 4.7 119 22,096 21,563 2.5
Colorado 34 2,422 2,349 3.1 35 2,642 2,551 3.6
Hawaii 50 677 628 7.9 48 649 582 11.5
Idaho 77 464 449 3.3 80 490 481 1.9
Montana 1 229 224 2.5 2 310 302 2.8
Nevada 37 1,055 1,030 2.4 37 1,075 1,063 1.1
New Mexico 30 673 668 0.7 31 669 669 0.1
Oregon 49 1,278 1,225 4.3 14 1,373 1,339 2.5
Utah 49 1,239 1,202 3.0 48 1,405 1,368 2.8
Washington 27 3,039 2,952 3.0 54 3,027 3,148 -3.8
Wyoming 37 154 153 0.6 36 164 162 1.4
Subtotal   33,294 31,956 4.2   36,627 35,943 1.9
Totals 2,332 135,957 130,558 4.1 2,237 143,420 140,049 2.4

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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