Transportation Data Programs is responsible for compiling and analyzing traffic data that is collected and processed by traffic staff in the Central, Northern and Southeast regions. The Transportation Data Services staff then use this data to provide federally-required reports such as the Highway Performance Monitoring System ( HPMS).
For a list of Alaska traffic reports and maps click HERE.
Traffic staff in the Transportation Data Programs section are responsible for collecting and processing information about Alaska's highway conditions, performance, and use. This information includes:
- annual average daily traffic (AADT)
- Vehicle Miles Traveled (VMT)
- design designations
- speed data
- turning movements
- vehicle classification
Traffic data is entered and maintained in the Highway Analysis System (HAS) and is used to:
- provide information for highway planning, design, construction, and maintenance
- meet the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) reporting requirements for the annual Highway Performance Monitoring System (HPMS)
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