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July 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 July June
Number of Stations Vehicle-Miles (Millions) Percent Change Number of Stations Vehicle-Miles (Millions) Percent Change
2017 (Preliminary) 2016 2017 (Revised) 2016
Northeast
Connecticut 7 160 159 0.4 8 153 153 0.1
Maine 55 607 604 0.4 56 565 560 0.9
Massachusetts 7 167 164 1.5 7 152 152 0.2
New Hampshire 84 340 340 0.0 84 319 318 0.3
New Jersey 3 263 265 -0.8 - 238 237 0.4
New York 50 1,428 1,439 -0.8 48 1,315 1,309 0.4
Pennsylvania 21 2,345 2,293 2.3 21 2,187 2,127 2.8
Rhode Island 6 68 69 -1.0 5 60 60 1.3
Vermont 31 315 310 1.5 33 260 259 0.6
Subtotal 5,693 5,643 0.9 5,249 5,175 1.4
South Atlantic
Delaware 18 274 270 1.2 18 265 257 3.0
District of Columbia - 0 0 0.0 - 0 0 0.0
Florida 101 2,055 2,020 1.7 101 1,989 1,934 2.9
Georgia 51 1,781 1,782 -0.1 53 1,535 1,505 2.0
Maryland 20 601 596 0.9 20 592 572 3.4
North Carolina 16 1,891 1,891 0.0 16 1,820 1,791 1.6
South Carolina 54 1,623 1,629 -0.4 61 1,538 1,493 3.0
Virginia 321 1,602 1,593 0.6 321 1,562 1,522 2.6
West Virginia 22 548 552 -0.6 20 465 456 2.1
Subtotal 10,375 10,333 0.4 9,766 9,530 2.5
North Central
Illinois 24 1,664 1,675 -0.7 24 1,821 1,814 0.4
Indiana 19 1,833 1,841 -0.4 17 1,411 1,390 1.6
Iowa 79 1,316 1,316 0.0 79 1,313 1,296 1.3
Kansas 62 941 936 0.5 60 967 932 3.8
Michigan 61 1,879 1,792 4.9 62 1,709 1,645 3.9
Minnesota 19 1,485 1,441 3.0 13 1,485 1,448 2.6
Missouri 83 1,969 1,973 -0.2 81 1,711 1,677 2.1
Nebraska 36 858 842 1.9 36 830 806 2.9
North Dakota 42 475 478 -0.5 41 441 435 1.5
Ohio 42 1,794 1,763 1.8 44 1,738 1,689 2.9
South Dakota 29 484 496 -2.4 8 497 488 1.9
Wisconsin 90 1,837 1,815 1.2 89 1,767 1,724 2.5
Subtotal 16,535 16,368 1.0 15,690 15,344 2.3
South Gulf
Alabama 53 1,552 1,546 0.4 55 1,509 1,501 0.5
Arkansas 19 1,079 1,054 2.4 22 1,035 1,006 2.9
Kentucky 26 1,404 1,391 1.0 22 1,740 1,694 2.8
Louisiana 1 1,172 1,160 1.0 2 1,115 1,128 -1.2
Mississippi 33 1,240 1,243 -0.2 35 1,147 1,146 0.1
Oklahoma 44 1,209 1,201 0.7 44 1,167 1,126 3.6
Tennessee 20 1,722 1,711 0.6 19 1,631 1,585 2.9
Texas 105 4,688 4,587 2.2 101 4,557 4,410 3.3
Subtotal 14,066 13,893 1.2 13,901 13,596 2.2
West
Alaska 38 143 143 0.0 37 134 133 0.5
Arizona 41 1,005 1,006 -0.2 42 1,061 1,040 2.1
California 81 3,905 3,844 1.6 77 3,488 3,344 4.3
Colorado 50 1,072 1,055 1.5 50 1,052 1,019 3.3
Hawaii 11 97 96 0.9 11 79 77 1.9
Idaho - 638 623 2.5 - 585 570 2.7
Montana 56 721 706 2.1 69 654 636 2.9
Nevada 34 457 440 3.8 34 414 404 2.4
New Mexico - 909 903 0.6 - 837 811 3.2
Oregon 105 1,025 1,000 2.5 101 951 934 1.8
Utah 42 631 615 2.5 41 574 555 3.4
Washington 80 1,061 1,032 2.9 26 1,072 1,037 3.4
Wyoming 89 508 499 1.9 88 462 455 1.6
Subtotal 12,172 11,962 1.8 11,363 11,015 3.2
Totals 2,381 58,837 58,200 1.1 2,302 55,971 54,657 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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