In 2012 NOACA initiated a traffic count program. Over the course of six years, this program will count approximately 1,800 locations that are not being counted by other organizations. This additional data will help planners get a better picture of travel patterns in the region. A summary of the counts from 2012-2013 can be found on the NOACA GIS Portal. Information displayed on the GIS portal shows total average daily traffic and 24-hour truck volumes.
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County Traffic Count Maps
This information comes from many different sources including the Ohio Department of Transportation (ODOT), the Ohio Turnpike Commission (OTC), County Engineers and various Transportation for Livable Communities studies. The counts on each map depict average daily traffic (24-hour) in both directions. The maps are in PDF format. To focus on a specific road segment zoom to the area in question.
– Includes City of Cleveland (4.08MB)
Counts taken 2006-2009
Sources: Ohio Department of Transportation (ODOT), Cuyahoga County Engineer, Ohio Turnpike Commission, and NOACA-ODOT traffic count program
Counts taken between 2007 and 2008
Sources: ODOT, Geauga County Engineer, NOACA-ODOT traffic count program
Counts taken 2007-2009
Sources: ODOT, Lake County Engineer, and various Transportation for Livable Communities projects
Counts taken in 2008
Sources: ODOT, Lorain County Engineer, NOACA-ODOT traffic count program, Ohio Turnpike Commission
Counts taken between 2007 and 2010
Sources: ODOT, Medina County Engineer, NOACA-ODOT traffic count program
Older traffic count maps are available upon request.