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How to Access Annual Hourly Auto Volume Profiles in Replica
How to Access Annual Hourly Auto Volume Profiles in Replica

This article includes instructions on how to access and download Annual Hourly Auto Volume Profiles in Replica.

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Written by Lauren Massey
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Annual Hourly Auto Volume Profiles in Replica

The hourly auto volume profile contains information about the average auto volume per network link, provided in hourly buckets for a typical week. For Functional Road Classification (FRC) 1 and 2 roads, we also provide hourly volumes for single-unit and combination trucks. This data is available for 2021 and 2022, and is updated annually. Data is available for download in CSV, Shapefile, and Geojson format.

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Follow the steps below to access the data.


  1. Check our coverage map to see if we have AADT data for your area(s) of interest.

  2. Navigate to the Data Downloads page

  3. Select "Hourly Auto Volume Profile" under the "Traffic" section of the left-hand menu

  4. Select your geography and year from the dropdowns. A table preview should appear below so you can see what's included in the dataset. Click "Initiate Download" to download the data. A notification will appear in the lower left-hand corner of the page once your download is available.

  5. Click on the "History" tab in the upper left-hand corner of the page to access the download. Find "Hourly Auto Volume Profile" at the top of your list of downloads and hover over the right-hand side of the data. Select the downward arrow icon along with your desired file format, and then your download will initiate. It will be available in your browser downloads.

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