ConnDOT: Traffic Monitoring Volume Information

 

Traffic Monitoring Volume Information
Traffic Count Data

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For traffic volumes at point specific locations, an ADT (average daily traffic) map is the resource to use. (These Maps are in PDF Format and are of various sizes)

  • ADT MAPS (Average Daily Traffic; past 12 years)
  • Based on a three year count cycle at point specific locations
  • Number within blue ellipse is DOT position number for the specific location
  • Number in red is the ADT given in both directions of travel unless noted as a 1- way, indicated by a red arrow

VIEW THE MOST CURRENT ADT MAP DATA 

  2011 to 2013

            PDF Link to Town Maps (pdf 308 kb)

VIEW HISTORICAL ADT MAP DATA 

2008 to 2010
             PDF Link to Town Maps (pdf 308 kb)
2005 to 2007
            PDF Link to Town Maps (pdf 308 kb)
2002 to 2004
            PDF Link to Town Maps (pdf 308 kb)
 
 

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For traffic flow volumes based on segments of highway, the Traffic Log is the resource to use.

  • The Traffic Log is a book, approximately 260 pages, which lists the estimated ADT for segments of the highway where significant changes in traffic volumes occur
  • Only resource for expressway and interstate roadways
  • Listed in route number order from Route 001 – Route 921
  • Town lines shown for reference purposes
  • Published annually

                      VIEW THE MOST CURRENT TRAFFIC LOG DATA (pdf 2.6 mb)

Historical Traffic Logs:   
2012 (pdf 1.83 mb)  
2011  (pdf 2 mb)    
2010 (zip 153 kb) (pdf 2 mb) 
2009 (zip 153 kb) (pdf 1.8 mb)
2008 (zip 153 kb) (pdf 1.42 mb)
2007  (zip 153 kb) (pdf 1.32 mb)
2006  (zip 146 kb) (pdf 2.73 mb)
2005  (zip 150 kb) (pdf 1.7 mb)
2004 (zip 143 kb)  
2003 (zip 135 kb)  
2002 (zip 125 kb)  
2001 (zip 123 kb)  
2000 (zip 133 kb)  

GUIDE TO UNDERSTANDING TRAFFIC LOG COLUMN HEADINGS

From

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beginning alpha numeric description for the segment of  roadway

Beg Cum
Miles
 

=

beginning cumulative mileage point for the segment of  roadway

To    

=

ending alpha numeric description for the segment of  roadway

End Cum
Miles
  

=

ending cumulative mileage point for segment of  roadway

Sect Length

=

length in miles of roadway for that particular segment
(measured distance for section length)

YEAR
ADT

=

Average daily traffic volume in both directions of travel for most current year specified
   
Note:

(OVLP = Overlap indicates ADT volumes shown on route being overlapped)

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OTHER TRAFFIC MONITORING RESOURCES


CONNDOT CARTOGRAPHIC/TRANSPORTATION DATA CD-ROM

(TRAFFIC COUNT LOCATOR PROGRAM)

  • Must have the original CD, saved to your own hard drive to obtain updates
  • Update yearly town ADT’s
  • Update monthly Continuous Count Station data

Go to the Bureau of Policy and Planning Traffic Count Locator Program Updates

 


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