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November 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 November October
Number of Stations Vehicle-Miles (Millions) Percent Change Number of Stations Vehicle-Miles (Millions) Percent Change
2017 (Preliminary) 2016 2017 (Revised) 2016
Northeast
Connecticut 6 136 130 5.0 4 141 140 0.7
Maine 50 491 482 2.0 39 536 530 1.2
Massachusetts 5 126 125 1.1 1 148 143 3.4
New Hampshire 86 344 337 2.0 86 298 288 3.5
New Jersey 3 226 226 -0.2 2 250 249 0.2
New York 20 1,009 985 2.4 22 1,084 1,074 1.0
Pennsylvania 22 2,060 2,007 2.6 19 2,280 2,204 3.5
Rhode Island 7 64 63 1.8 5 76 74 2.9
Vermont 36 228 222 2.6 37 261 254 2.6
Subtotal 4,684 4,577 2.3 5,074 4,956 2.4
South Atlantic
Delaware 23 116 119 -2.4 16 144 143 0.7
District of Columbia - 0 0 0.0 - 0 0 0.0
Florida 98 2,066 1,993 3.7 94 2,106 2,066 1.9
Georgia 31 1,649 1,611 2.4 49 1,675 1,672 0.2
Maryland 20 524 516 1.5 19 546 537 1.7
North Carolina 15 1,705 1,677 1.6 13 1,841 1,783 3.3
South Carolina 57 1,369 1,344 1.9 55 1,385 1,316 5.2
Virginia 319 1,462 1,451 0.8 318 1,485 1,467 1.2
West Virginia 23 592 585 1.3 18 526 513 2.5
Subtotal 9,483 9,296 2.0 9,708 9,497 2.2
North Central
Illinois 27 1,191 1,168 2.0 26 1,495 1,524 -1.9
Indiana - 1,308 1,284 1.9 - 1,440 1,428 0.9
Iowa 83 1,130 1,116 1.2 79 1,218 1,218 0.0
Kansas 65 875 856 2.2 63 909 892 2.0
Michigan 64 1,448 1,430 1.2 64 1,620 1,583 2.4
Minnesota 15 1,290 1,248 3.3 19 1,413 1,411 0.1
Missouri 85 1,562 1,538 1.6 83 1,494 1,482 0.8
Nebraska 36 758 737 3.0 36 827 812 1.9
North Dakota 41 332 338 -1.7 40 423 416 1.6
Ohio 39 1,572 1,541 2.0 37 1,711 1,675 2.1
South Dakota 40 365 352 3.5 35 415 418 -0.7
Wisconsin 71 1,628 1,610 1.1 82 1,775 1,757 1.0
Subtotal 13,459 13,218 1.8 14,740 14,616 0.8
South Gulf
Alabama 32 1,240 1,208 2.6 36 1,327 1,334 -0.5
Arkansas 22 1,015 1,007 0.8 23 903 901 0.3
Kentucky 21 1,474 1,446 2.0 20 1,538 1,518 1.4
Louisiana - 958 930 3.0 - 859 915 -6.1
Mississippi 39 1,102 1,101 0.1 41 1,079 1,078 0.0
Oklahoma - 1,117 1,081 3.3 37 1,115 1,103 1.1
Tennessee 18 1,340 1,278 4.8 19 1,570 1,552 1.2
Texas 106 4,566 4,392 4.0 100 4,630 4,490 3.1
Subtotal 12,812 12,443 3.0 13,021 12,891 1.0
West
Alaska 40 84 86 -2.3 36 106 106 -0.8
Arizona 49 1,002 990 1.2 46 1,131 1,122 0.7
California 71 3,641 3,563 2.2 70 3,777 3,664 3.1
Colorado 54 966 933 3.5 55 1,009 997 1.2
Hawaii 9 57 57 0.1 10 91 92 -1.4
Idaho 103 483 473 2.2 103 542 518 4.5
Montana 67 467 490 -4.6 64 514 504 1.9
Nevada 9 329 326 1.0 10 363 348 4.5
New Mexico - 786 758 3.6 35 945 936 1.0
Oregon 104 772 765 0.9 102 877 830 5.6
Utah 42 462 443 4.3 38 518 501 3.3
Washington 76 885 881 0.3 73 939 901 4.2
Wyoming 88 382 373 2.4 92 435 428 1.7
Subtotal 10,316 10,138 1.8 11,247 10,947 2.7
Totals 2,337 50,754 49,674 2.2 2,371 53,790 52,909 1.7

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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