MDOT Traffic Count Application
» This application is best viewed using the Google Chrome Browser
» To start using the map application below to display the traffic counts, you can either start zooming into the area of interest or use the magnifying glass to expand a search box to locate a city, county, or address. The traffic counts will start appearing once you start zooming in closer. The traffic counts are displayed within boxes with color coded text. Blue circles inside indicate areas where multiple traffic counts exist. Click on the circles and the individual counts will be displayed.
indicates that the count was not counted within the indicated year and the AADT was estimated as mentioned in the additional information below the traffic map application.
indicates that the count was counted in the indicated year and the AADT is based on that count.
»The latest 10 year historical traffic count table can also be displayed by clicking on the count box which follows the same color scheme. If the Site ID of the traffic count location is known, it can be entered in the Search by Site ID box. Information regarding traffic data collection is available below the traffic map application. For additional information, contact Planning Division Phone: 601.359.7685 Fax: 601.359.7652 Mail Code: 85-01 Location: 7th Floor.
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This map was printed using information provided by the Mississippi Department of Transportation
Data shown is 2021 AADT
We would like to inform you of some facts affecting the precision of the data. The counts are made to obtain statewide vehicle-miles-traveled using statistics. As a result, individual counts may not represent an exact depiction of the traffic at a given site. Here are some facts about our data:
The traffic counts shown on the maps are AADT (Annual Average Daily Traffic) which are computed using factors.
Traffic is counted for 48 hours at most of the sites.
The 48 hour counts are adjusted to AADT using factors for day-of-week, season, and average percent trucks.
Approximately one third (1/3) of the traffic sites in a county or city are counted each year.
Traffic counts for previous 2 years are updated to the current year using factors based on traffic growth of counted sites statewide.
Some count locations are assigned to another location due to the similar traffic patterns and will share traffic count data.