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Traffic Monitoring

ODOT relies on high quality traffic data to support its planning, engineering and operation activities. This section is responsible for programming, collecting, analyzing and reporting traffic monitoring data for interstate, US and state routes in Ohio. Traffic monitoring data includes vehicle volume, vehicle classification and weigh-in-motion. Data is collected using manual, portable (road tube) and permanent Automatic Traffic Recorders (ATR) and Intelligent Transportation Systems (TIS) methods.

The following Products & Services are managed, maintained and updated by the Traffic Monitoring section:

For up-to-date traffic counts:

ODOT maintains about 200 permanent count stations and performs short term count data collection at 30,000 locations. The Traffic Monitoring Management System—TMMS—is the web application tool that holds and delivers traffic monitoring data and replaces a lot of data that we delivered as PDF and text files before TMMS.



Traffic Monitoring Special Requests

ODOT District and Central office personnel requiring traffic counts for projects and special studies may submit a request by clicking here.