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June 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 June May
Number of Stations Vehicle-Miles (Millions) Percent Change Number of Stations Vehicle-Miles (Millions) Percent Change
2017 (Preliminary) 2016 2017 (Revised) 2016
Northeast
Connecticut 8 153 153 0.1 - 146 146 0.0
Maine 56 565 560 0.9 9 531 526 1.0
Massachusetts 7 152 152 0.2 2 149 146 1.9
New Hampshire 84 319 318 0.3 86 274 272 0.5
New Jersey - 238 237 0.4 3 255 254 0.5
New York 48 1,315 1,309 0.4 49 1,191 1,202 -0.9
Pennsylvania 22 2,183 2,127 2.6 20 2,174 2,118 2.6
Rhode Island 5 60 60 1.3 5 63 63 1.0
Vermont 33 260 259 0.6 38 243 241 0.7
Subtotal 5,245 5,175 1.4 5,026 4,968 1.2
South Atlantic
Delaware 18 265 257 3.0 17 151 149 1.8
District of Columbia - 0 0 0.0 - 0 0 0.0
Florida 101 1,989 1,934 2.9 100 2,044 1,972 3.7
Georgia 51 1,533 1,505 1.9 48 1,709 1,670 2.3
Maryland 20 592 572 3.4 21 560 549 2.0
North Carolina 16 1,820 1,791 1.6 17 1,812 1,766 2.6
South Carolina 61 1,538 1,493 3.0 61 1,557 1,504 3.5
Virginia 321 1,562 1,522 2.6 318 1,547 1,512 2.3
West Virginia 20 465 456 2.1 23 363 356 1.8
Subtotal 9,764 9,530 2.5 9,743 9,478 2.8
North Central
Illinois 24 1,821 1,814 0.4 26 1,484 1,491 -0.5
Indiana 17 1,411 1,390 1.6 17 1,524 1,487 2.5
Iowa 79 1,313 1,296 1.3 81 1,281 1,266 1.2
Kansas 60 967 932 3.8 64 936 905 3.5
Michigan 62 1,709 1,645 3.9 47 1,660 1,615 2.8
Minnesota 13 1,485 1,448 2.6 20 1,485 1,460 1.7
Missouri 81 1,711 1,677 2.1 83 1,778 1,732 2.6
Nebraska 36 830 806 2.9 36 843 816 3.3
North Dakota 41 441 435 1.5 47 401 396 1.1
Ohio 44 1,738 1,689 2.9 43 1,728 1,687 2.4
South Dakota 8 497 488 1.9 42 425 425 0.2
Wisconsin 89 1,767 1,724 2.5 88 1,833 1,796 2.1
Subtotal 15,690 15,344 2.3 15,378 15,076 2.0
South Gulf
Alabama 55 1,509 1,501 0.5 56 1,519 1,496 1.5
Arkansas 22 1,035 1,006 2.9 23 969 952 1.7
Kentucky 22 1,740 1,694 2.8 22 1,625 1,594 2.0
Louisiana 2 1,115 1,128 -1.2 2 1,128 1,122 0.5
Mississippi 35 1,147 1,146 0.1 27 1,163 1,165 -0.1
Oklahoma 44 1,167 1,126 3.6 45 1,143 1,104 3.6
Tennessee 19 1,631 1,585 2.9 21 1,491 1,452 2.7
Texas 101 4,557 4,410 3.3 107 4,482 4,315 3.9
Subtotal 13,901 13,596 2.2 13,520 13,200 2.4
West
Alaska 37 134 133 0.5 39 126 127 -0.7
Arizona 42 1,061 1,040 2.1 42 969 961 0.9
California 77 3,488 3,344 4.3 81 3,579 3,464 3.3
Colorado 50 1,052 1,019 3.3 54 946 923 2.5
Hawaii 11 79 77 1.9 11 67 65 2.6
Idaho - 585 570 2.7 - 532 518 2.7
Montana 69 654 636 2.9 68 523 509 2.7
Nevada 34 414 404 2.4 34 393 383 2.6
New Mexico - 837 811 3.2 43 829 807 2.7
Oregon 101 951 934 1.8 99 889 871 2.0
Utah 41 574 555 3.4 42 552 524 5.4
Washington 26 1,072 1,037 3.4 82 1,010 989 2.1
Wyoming 88 462 455 1.6 87 415 409 1.5
Subtotal 11,363 11,015 3.2 10,830 10,550 2.7
Totals 2,301 55,966 54,657 2.4 2,396 54,498 53,272 2.3

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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