Traffic Count Maps
The Santa Fe MPO Traffic Count Program is currently undergoing a reorganization. At this time Maps showing traffic count locations and volumes are available at the links below up until 2011.
The MPO did conduct counts in 2012 and 2013, but not in 2014. We are currently in the process of uploading our traffic count data to a web based platform which we hope to make publically accessible by May 2015. We are also developing a more robust traffic data collection program and are working towards data collection activities for 2015 starting in the Summer. If you would like to be notified once our web based platform is activated, please email Keith Wilson. Additionally, if you are looking for count data that is not shown on the maps below contact Keith Wilson and we will provide available data collected in 2012 and 2013.
New Mexico Department of Transportation operates 17 Permanent Count Stations within the Santa Fe MPO Planning Area. These stations collect data 24 hours per day/365 days per year. The table at the following link provides the Average Annual Daily Traffic Volumes from 2000 through 2014 for each of the Permanent Count Stations. The exact location of each of these stations is shown in blue on the 2011 Traffic Count Map. NMDOT Permanent Count Station Data 2000-2014. More detailed reports from the Permanent Count Stations can be found on the NMDOT Website.
The following maps show the location of completed counts and the bi-directional volume recorded. These volumes reflect the average number of vehicle per day passing the counted location.
Traffic Count Map 2011 [1.5MB in Size]
For more information on the traffic count program contact:
Keith Wilson, MPO Senior Planner