2032 Highway Future Volume Table
The 2032 Future Highway Volume Table is created using data from the Transportation Volume Tables (TVT), which are maintained by the Transportation Systems Monitoring Unit's Traffic Counting Program. The Future Volumes table includes all of the individual highway count locations in the TVT sorted by highway number and milepoint. NOTE that the highway number is the Department's Internal highway number, not the route (OR/US/I) number. Highway numbers and Route numbers can be cross-referenced using the traffic monitoring cross-reference.
The future volumes are estimates only and local growth patterns and comprehensive plans may affect the actual outcome. The growth rates calculated from the Future Volumes Table are only a beginning point of estimating future volumes. Engineering judgment needs to be applied to the numbers. For information on how to use this table, see Section 4.4.1 of the Analysis Procedures Manual.
Automatic Traffic Recorder (ATR) Characteristic Table and Map
The Automatic Traffic Recorder (ATR) Characteristic Table can be used to estimate seasonal traffic count adjustments. For information on how to use this table, see Section 4.4 of the Analysis Procedures Manual (APM). The ATR Characteristic map is web based mapping tool that displays ATR’s based on their characteristic trend. Detailed information can be displayed on the map by clicking on ATR symbols. The ATR Characteristic Table and map are updated on a yearly basis, typically in September.
Seasonal Trend Table
The Seasonal Trend Table can also be used to estimate seasonal traffic count adjustments. For information on how to use this table, see Section 4.4.2 of the Analysis Procedures Manual (APM). The Seasonal Factor Table is updated on a yearly basis, typically in September. Seasonal Trend Table factors are calculated using previous full year of ATR data.
2008-2011 Oregon Travel and Activity Surveys
The Oregon Modeling Steering Committee recently completed a survey collecting data used for travel model development and analysis. The Oregon Travel and Activity Survey (OTAS) collected household activity data across the state of Oregon. The survey consisted of a core set of survey questions asked statewide. Several MPO's collected additional information by asking region-specific questions.
Other Household Survey Materials
2005 Pilot Project - Continuous Survey Modeling in Oregon (COSMO): The objective of this pilot study was to test specific survey methods and GPS data collection approaches.
COSMO Staff Contact: Becky Knudson at 503.986.4113
Oregon Longitudinal Panel Survey - Evaluation of tracking and surveying a select group of participants over time
1996-97 Oregon Travel Behavior Surveys: characteristics influencing travel of households in rural areas