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Fill data gaps with traffic counts for nearly every road segment, from main arterials to local roads.
Save time without putting staff in harm’s way or relying on outdated equipment.
Reduce data checks with defensible traffic counts — saving time and money.
Annual Average Daily Traffic (AADT) Metrics Fill Data Gaps
INCOG partnered with StreetLight to access Annual Average Daily Traffic (AADT) counts when they could not obtain local counts due to high costs. The Big Data traffic counts helped INCOG devise a comprehensive plan, feeding counts into their publicly available web map to enable developers, business owners, and city and county officials to understand traffic flow in the region.
Use on-demand Annual Average Daily Traffic (AADT) counts to fill data gaps and direct resources where they’re most needed
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COMPARABILITY ACROSS YEARS
Compare AADT counts across 2019 – 2022 data periods
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VALIDATED TRAFFIC COUNTS
Get traffic counts that meet industry accuracy targets
Prioritize projects confidently with validated roadway metrics available at a lower cost than traditional methods
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For Urban and Rural Hotspots, StreetLight’s AADT Shows Traffic Is Back and Rising Fast
The pandemic completely changed how people move. Read how StreetLight’s 2021 U.S. AADT displayed the resulting travel patterns along with time trend comparisons to show before and after.READ BLOG
MPO Used StreetLight’s AADT Metrics to Calibrate Travel Demand Models
Greater Madison MPO used StreetLight AADT to compare against WisDOT’s continuous counts and calibrate their travel demand models for regional transportation planning in the Madison metro area.WATCH VIDEO
AADT Explained: What It Is and How Analytics Make It More Powerful
For transportation professionals, measuring Annual Average Daily Traffic (AADT) is fundamental. But how it’s calculated and how it can be deployed is changing fast. New software-powered methodologies are allowing officials to do more with less and to overcome gaps in traffic data for local streets and low-volume roads.READ BLOG
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