Vehicle Traffic Volumes Fall 0.3% in July 2012

September 26th, 2012
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Year-over-Year Change Monthly Miles Driven (blue line) and Year-over-Year Change 12 Month Rolling Average (red line)

  • Travel on all roads and streets changed by -0.3% (-0.8 billion vehicle miles) for July 2012 as compared with July 2011.

Follow up:

  • 12 month rolling average changed by -0.5% compared to the 12 month rolling average one year ago.
  • Travel for the month is estimated to be 258.3 billion vehicle miles.
  • Cumulative Travel for 2012 changed by 0.9% (14.8 billion vehicle miles).

Year-over-Year Change Monthly Miles Driven (blue line) and Year-over-Year Change 12 Month Rolling Average (red line)

Although traffic volumes decreased in this period, they have become less bad in 2012.

source: DOL

 









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