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April 2017 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 April March
Number of Stations Vehicle-Miles (Millions) Percent Change Number of Stations Vehicle-Miles (Millions) Percent Change
2017 (Preliminary) 2016 2017 (Revised) 2016
Northeast
Connecticut 10 137 134 1.8 10 132 138 -4.4
Maine 55 488 493 -1.0 54 489 490 -0.3
Massachusetts 5 130 130 0.0 9 123 130 -5.2
New Hampshire 86 264 265 -0.2 86 257 263 -2.3
New Jersey 3 266 266 -0.2 3 254 263 -3.6
New York 48 1,070 1,042 2.7 18 1,094 1,130 -3.2
Pennsylvania 23 2,072 1,972 5.1 25 1,907 1,983 -3.9
Rhode Island 4 55 54 1.9 4 46 47 -3.3
Vermont 32 217 216 0.6 27 240 248 -3.5
Subtotal 4,699 4,572 2.8 4,542 4,692 -3.2
South Atlantic
Delaware - 141 136 3.6 31 124 125 -0.3
District of Columbia - 0 0 0.0 - 0 0 0.0
Florida 96 2,068 1,968 5.1 96 2,247 2,182 3.0
Georgia 49 1,755 1,721 2.0 48 1,744 1,716 1.6
Maryland 21 513 502 2.4 22 499 516 -3.2
North Carolina 16 1,685 1,618 4.1 18 1,737 1,748 -0.6
South Carolina 61 1,489 1,399 6.5 62 1,486 1,475 0.8
Virginia 316 1,415 1,368 3.4 318 1,411 1,435 -1.7
West Virginia 21 567 552 2.6 19 650 658 -1.2
Subtotal 9,633 9,264 4.0 9,898 9,855 0.4
North Central
Illinois 25 1,388 1,389 -0.1 17 1,328 1,324 0.3
Indiana 18 1,438 1,422 1.2 8 1,256 1,263 -0.5
Iowa 84 1,176 1,161 1.3 87 1,138 1,130 0.7
Kansas 65 855 845 1.2 66 852 840 1.4
Michigan 63 1,579 1,517 4.1 63 1,538 1,528 0.6
Minnesota 22 1,321 1,289 2.5 23 1,275 1,272 0.3
Missouri 83 1,496 1,509 -0.9 83 1,374 1,366 0.6
Nebraska 36 753 731 3.1 36 726 710 2.3
North Dakota 45 465 457 1.8 46 445 450 -1.3
Ohio 44 1,641 1,579 3.9 45 1,560 1,554 0.4
South Dakota 37 401 401 0.2 39 417 415 0.5
Wisconsin 93 1,514 1,473 2.8 95 1,469 1,444 1.8
Subtotal 14,027 13,773 1.8 13,378 13,296 0.6
South Gulf
Alabama 58 1,508 1,487 1.4 53 1,474 1,447 1.9
Arkansas 20 778 766 1.5 21 909 875 3.9
Kentucky 24 1,583 1,557 1.7 23 1,555 1,535 1.2
Louisiana 1 1,019 1,027 -0.8 2 985 936 5.3
Mississippi 29 1,114 1,104 0.9 27 1,169 1,148 1.8
Oklahoma 42 1,143 1,148 -0.5 45 1,126 1,117 0.8
Tennessee 24 1,377 1,351 2.0 25 1,606 1,565 2.6
Texas 106 4,319 4,135 4.4 102 4,748 4,611 3.0
Subtotal 12,841 12,575 2.1 13,572 13,234 2.6
West
Alaska 39 101 105 -4.5 38 94 97 -3.6
Arizona 38 1,015 985 3.1 39 933 926 0.7
California 73 3,440 3,289 4.6 72 3,003 2,912 3.1
Colorado 54 899 858 4.8 55 1,016 952 6.7
Hawaii 11 74 74 0.9 11 74 72 2.6
Idaho - 492 484 1.7 - 471 466 1.0
Montana 66 440 439 0.3 69 418 417 0.3
Nevada 32 353 333 5.7 33 342 341 0.5
New Mexico 44 782 765 2.2 43 808 794 1.8
Oregon 102 805 809 -0.5 104 785 777 1.1
Utah 43 516 487 5.9 41 496 479 3.6
Washington 78 1,009 1,013 -0.4 81 904 912 -0.9
Wyoming 92 339 328 3.3 89 329 320 2.9
Subtotal 10,265 9,969 3.0 9,673 9,465 2.2
Totals 2,437 51,464 50,152 2.6 2,431 51,063 50,542 1.0

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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