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Axle Correction Factors

Axle correction factors are calculated by analyzing data from Automatic Traffic Recorders (ATR’s) and short term portable vehicle classification counts. An average axle correction factor is calculated for each functional class.

Axle correction factor = Total number of vehicles / Total number of axles

To adjust the axle impulses received during a volume count to the approximate number of vehicles use the following equation.

Number of Vehicles = Total number of Axle Impulses x Axle Correction Factor

The factors should be used with judgment when atypical traffic patterns are encountered, such as traffic volumes near major recreational areas (e.g. King’s Island, shopping centers, football and baseball stadiums, etc.)




Dave Gardner
Traffic Monitoring
(614) 752-5740


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