PennDOT Conducting Traffic Counts

CLEARFIELD – PennDOT’s Bureau of Planning and Research, Transportation Planning Division is collecting traffic counts now through June 30 across many roadways in the commonwealth. The counts are taking place at approximately 7,200 randomly selected locations on municipally-owned, local roads throughout Pennsylvania. Drivers should not experience any delays associated with the traffic counts.

The traffic counts are being performed by vendors contracted by the Department of General Services. The data is needed for annual reporting to the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) and will also be used to update PennDOT’s database regarding traffic volumes.

For more information on traffic counts or municipal operations, visit the PennDOT Web site.

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