MORPC Traffic Count Database System
The MORPC Traffic Count Database System allows agencies to share traffic count data with the public instantaneously. The system, which is part of the MORPC Transportation Data Management System, is the result of a multi-jurisdictional effort in modernizing traffic count data sharing in the central Ohio region. Five agencies—Franklin County, the City of Columbus, Delaware County, the Licking County Area Transportation Study (LCATS) and ODOT—directly input traffic counts into the system, and MORPC collects and inputs traffic counts from private consultants and other local governments across the region. Users can retrieve traffic count data by entering specific criteria or by clicking a location on the built-in Google Map.
ODOT Traffic Monitoring Data
Traffic counts, seasonal adjustment factors, annual growth factors, and more are available from ODOT's Traffic Monitoring Section.
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