City of Boulder Traffic Counts
The Traffic Count e-Resource provides access to vehicle traffic count data collected by the City of
As you click through, the Traffic Count e-resource will appear as a map of the city with a series of red, blue and green dots. Each of these dots represents a piece of traffic data. The red and blue dots are 24-hour directional traffic counts taken each year at that location.The green dots are peak hour turning movement counts of each of the different movements at an intersection during each of three peak traffic hours during the day.
For a more detailed explanation of how to use the Traffic Count e-Resource, review the help document.
This information is typically used for traffic engineering analyses, but you might find it useful for estimating the daily traffic on any of the four approaches to that intersection. To estimate the daily traffic at an intersection:
The three peak traffic hours counted represent approximately 22.5 percent of the daily traffic in Boulder. Please note that this is an estimate and should be used only as an approximation of the daily traffic at a given intersection.
For comments or questions about the Traffic Count e-Resource, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Last Updated on Tuesday, 27 November 2012 12:27