Florida Department of Transportation - Forecasting and Trends Office Center for Urban Transportation Research

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AADT Entering & Leaving Florida through Common Corridors
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Source: FDOT, Annual Average Daily Traffic (AADT) Report
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This indicator shows the AADT entering and leaving Florida through common corridors in thousands (K). Here AADT stands for annual average daily traffic. It is the total volume of vehicle traffic in both directions on a highway or road for a year divided by 365 days. The common corridors crossing the state of Florida are I-75/Georgia State Line, I-95/Georgia State Line, U.S.-1/Georgia State Line, U.S.-231/Albama State Line, U.S.-27/Georgia State Line, and U.S.-29/Albama State Line. The graph is stacked into AADT volume through given Interstates/Highways entering and leaving Florida. The source for this database is the Florida Department of Transportation's Annual Average Daily Traffic Report.

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