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February 2016 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 February January
Number of Stations Vehicle-Miles (Millions) Percent Change Number of Stations Vehicle-Miles (Millions) Percent Change
2016 (Preliminary) 2015 2016 (Revised) 2015
Northeast
Connecticut 10 112 102 10.0 10 117 110 6.1
Maine 10 417 387 7.9 56 439 406 8.0
Massachusetts 4 123 108 14.0 4 118 109 8.0
New Hampshire 90 229 208 10.2 78 237 219 8.4
New Jersey 3 223 214 4.5 3 201 198 1.8
New York 52 970 917 5.7 51 948 923 2.7
Pennsylvania 27 1,615 1,546 4.5 28 1,573 1,576 -0.2
Rhode Island 1 47 41 13.9 6 29 29 0.1
Vermont - 207 194 6.8 - 219 211 3.9
Subtotal 3,943 3,717 6.1 3,881 3,781 2.6
South Atlantic
Delaware 34 121 110 10.3 33 101 99 2.2
District of Columbia - 0 0 0.0 - 0 0 0.0
Florida 94 1,862 1,743 6.8 96 2,081 1,912 8.9
Georgia 48 1,437 1,351 6.3 55 1,477 1,438 2.7
Maryland 21 398 374 6.6 22 393 403 -2.5
North Carolina 20 1,426 1,285 11.0 18 1,530 1,529 0.0
South Carolina 60 1,170 1,084 7.9 58 1,231 1,178 4.5
Virginia 318 1,586 1,441 10.1 322 1,558 1,610 -3.2
West Virginia 9 512 478 7.0 2 468 468 0.1
Subtotal 8,512 7,866 8.2 8,839 8,637 2.3
North Central
Illinois 15 1,357 1,288 5.3 16 1,143 1,160 -1.4
Indiana - 1,154 1,065 8.4 - 1,266 1,268 -0.2
Iowa 58 896 861 4.0 58 964 936 3.0
Kansas 66 738 698 5.7 65 766 760 0.7
Michigan 63 1,263 1,176 7.4 63 1,344 1,299 3.4
Minnesota 24 1,100 1,062 3.5 23 1,117 1,110 0.7
Missouri 80 1,127 1,023 10.2 80 1,160 1,132 2.4
Nebraska 36 583 553 5.5 36 599 588 2.0
North Dakota 34 357 357 -0.1 30 377 396 -4.8
Ohio 46 1,326 1,222 8.5 45 1,376 1,348 2.1
South Dakota 39 333 330 0.9 37 321 318 0.8
Wisconsin 75 1,237 1,177 5.1 75 1,279 1,247 2.5
Subtotal 11,471 10,812 6.1 11,712 11,562 1.3
South Gulf
Alabama 62 1,179 1,106 6.6 57 1,217 1,165 4.5
Arkansas 16 747 666 12.0 20 793 792 0.2
Kentucky 22 1,132 997 13.6 22 1,227 1,238 -0.9
Louisiana 3 882 820 7.6 4 912 914 -0.3
Mississippi 44 1,061 1,000 6.0 30 1,073 997 7.6
Oklahoma 38 997 896 11.3 43 912 884 3.2
Tennessee 19 1,246 1,114 11.8 14 1,447 1,439 0.6
Texas 3 3,722 3,780 -1.5 4 4,011 3,935 1.9
Subtotal 10,966 10,379 5.7 11,592 11,364 2.0
West
Alaska 33 81 76 6.0 35 79 77 1.9
Arizona 41 900 882 2.0 35 925 899 3.0
California 63 2,709 2,548 6.3 72 2,625 2,547 3.1
Colorado 52 796 757 5.2 58 850 828 2.6
Hawaii 10 66 64 2.7 9 56 54 3.1
Idaho 107 400 388 3.2 112 398 390 2.0
Montana 65 372 363 2.4 63 363 354 2.5
Nevada 38 265 258 2.9 35 273 271 0.8
New Mexico 36 669 644 3.8 30 727 697 4.4
Oregon 106 646 625 3.4 105 629 627 0.4
Utah 44 372 360 3.3 43 410 398 3.0
Washington 68 718 699 2.6 68 695 671 3.5
Wyoming 94 280 284 -1.4 93 301 314 -4.0
Subtotal 8,274 7,948 4.1 8,331 8,127 2.5
Totals 2,301 43,162 40,720 6.0 2,322 44,356 43,471 2.0

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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