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January 2020 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 January December
Number of Stations Vehicle-Miles (Millions) Percent Change Number of Stations Vehicle-Miles (Millions) Percent Change
2020 (Preliminary) 2019 2020 (Revised) 2019
Northeast
Connecticut 2 115 112 2.9 2 121 125 -3.2
Maine 54 411 392 4.8 55 434 443 -2.1
Massachusetts 4 125 122 2.3 9 149 150 -0.4
New Hampshire 81 245 231 6.2 72 257 266 -3.4
New Jersey 3 213 207 2.9 5 245 246 -0.7
New York 47 978 925 5.7 46 1,175 1,177 -0.1
Pennsylvania 29 1,570 1,498 4.8 32 1,905 1,899 0.3
Rhode Island 7 32 31 2.9 6 52 52 -0.6
Vermont 23 216 205 5.4 25 231 235 -1.5
Subtotal 3,905 3,723 4.9 4,569 4,593 -0.5
South Atlantic
Delaware - 77 72 6.0 5 81 83 -2.1
District of Columbia - 0 0 0.0 - 0 0 0.0
Florida 99 2,292 2,234 2.6 98 2,268 2,174 4.3
Georgia 54 1,831 1,793 2.1 54 1,837 1,753 4.8
Maryland - 448 429 4.3 18 525 514 2.1
North Carolina 25 1,934 1,889 2.4 28 2,002 1,892 5.8
South Carolina 54 1,401 1,366 2.5 56 1,499 1,411 6.2
Virginia 311 1,632 1,561 4.6 311 1,877 1,781 5.4
West Virginia 9 420 419 0.3 14 478 487 -1.8
Subtotal 10,035 9,763 2.8 10,567 10,095 4.7
North Central
Illinois 26 1,279 1,218 5.0 30 1,375 1,349 1.9
Indiana 23 1,343 1,298 3.4 21 1,397 1,396 0.1
Iowa 33 979 941 4.0 78 1,131 1,093 3.5
Kansas 65 793 775 2.4 63 887 882 0.5
Michigan 59 1,438 1,358 5.9 60 1,597 1,590 0.4
Minnesota 26 1,156 1,118 3.4 24 1,249 1,255 -0.5
Missouri 76 1,194 1,205 -0.9 79 1,518 1,492 1.7
Nebraska 34 608 600 1.3 30 713 685 4.1
North Dakota 52 358 346 3.5 53 357 350 1.9
Ohio 56 1,475 1,386 6.4 55 1,686 1,658 1.7
South Dakota 40 324 317 2.2 37 403 386 4.6
Wisconsin 76 1,276 1,212 5.3 101 1,560 1,546 0.9
Subtotal 12,223 11,774 3.8 13,873 13,682 1.4
South Gulf
Alabama 54 1,337 1,299 2.9 50 1,364 1,293 5.5
Arkansas 20 878 868 1.1 22 1,046 997 4.9
Kentucky 25 1,402 1,320 6.3 23 1,439 1,389 3.7
Louisiana - 888 876 1.4 - 1,083 1,037 4.5
Mississippi 39 898 891 0.8 41 1,046 1,017 2.8
Oklahoma 47 975 964 1.1 47 1,004 979 2.6
Tennessee 25 1,584 1,563 1.3 21 1,513 1,436 5.4
Texas 157 4,733 4,656 1.6 91 4,725 4,523 4.5
Subtotal 12,695 12,437 2.1 13,220 12,671 4.3
West
Alaska 36 77 79 -2.6 31 84 82 1.7
Arizona 62 1,002 987 1.6 57 1,070 1,040 2.9
California 64 2,601 2,552 1.9 78 4,001 4,024 -0.6
Colorado 67 904 872 3.7 67 881 882 -0.2
Hawaii 10 58 59 -0.5 11 62 61 1.3
Idaho 120 437 434 0.7 125 473 451 4.9
Montana 67 382 376 1.7 69 481 463 3.8
Nevada 38 321 314 2.3 38 369 365 1.2
New Mexico 23 780 756 3.2 21 836 794 5.3
Oregon 102 678 689 -1.6 105 776 756 2.7
Utah - 462 453 2.0 33 476 465 2.4
Washington 65 728 755 -3.6 66 850 827 2.8
Wyoming 94 324 324 -0.1 95 330 330 0.2
Subtotal 8,754 8,650 1.2 10,689 10,540 1.4
Totals 2,483 47,613 46,349 2.7 2,558 52,920 51,585 2.6

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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