Annual Average Daily Traffic (AADT)
Annual Average Daily Traffic (AADT) – The total volume of vehicle traffic of a highway or road for a year divided by 365 days. It is meant to represent traffic on a typical day of the year. The AADT reports and map are updated annually and are available in the summer/fall after the completed year.
- Google Earth Map – Click on the roadway sections colored in red, blue, and green to display the current and historical AADT. (NOTE: You must have Google Earth installed on your computer to view this map. Please click here to download a free copy of Google Earth Pro for Desktop.)
- AADT History – Rounded and Unrounded AADT history for State and Federal-Aided roadways.
- Truck Traffic – Unrounded AADT’s with Single Unit and Combination truck percentages for State routes only.
Hourly Volumes from Continuous Count Station (CCS)
- CCS Hourly Volumes (1990-Present) – Google Sheet files that contain hourly volumes by lane with a tab for each CCS site.
Vehicle Miles of Travel (VMT)
Vehicle Miles of Travel (VMT) are a measure of the total amount of miles traveled in a year. This is calculated by taking Annual Average Daily Traffic (AADT) and mile length for a specific section and summing them by all sections being used and reported for. A key point in Daily VMT is that it is the daily average, not yearly. For yearly averages of VMT (Annual VMT), the daily calculation is multiplied by 365.25.
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