Traffic counts are used by private citizens, local businesses, local government concurrency management systems and in the State of the System Report (SOS) (46 MB pdf).  The SOS Report gives the status of transportation conditions in the County, including: roadway volume, congestion, safety, the condition of the transit system, and air quality. This report provides information needed to assist in completing the Transportation Project Priorities and making better transportation planning decisions.

Each year, the SCTPO engages in an extensive Performance Monitoring and Management Program, including a traffic count database, State of the System Report, and annual Safety Report.

traffic count program to monitor traffic level on major arterial and collector roadways in Brevard County is conducted from October to February each year.

Count results are maintained in an Interactive Traffic Count Database System that provides current and previous year traffic volumes, count location details, trends, graphs, reports, and maps.

2020 Counts Now Available

SCTPO Traffic Counts Historical Report 2011-2020

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Maximum Acceptable Volumes and Level of Service:

2020 Functional Classification, MAV, LOS Table

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

FDOT Traffic Information and FDOT On-line Traffic Counts

Downloadable Files: 

Google Earth KML File – 2020 Traffic Counts

Google Earth KML File – 2019 Traffic Counts

Google Earth KML File – 2018 Traffic Counts

Google Earth KML File – 2017 Traffic Counts

Google Earth KML File – 2016 Traffic Counts

Google Earth KML File – 2015 Traffic Counts

ArcGIS Shapefile – 2020 Traffic Counts

ArcGIS Shapefile – 2019 Traffic Counts

ArcGIS Shapefile – 2018 Traffic Counts

ArcGIS Shapefile – 2016 Traffic Counts

ArcGIS Shapefile – 2015 Traffic Counts

Traffic counts are used by private citizens, local businesses, local government concurrency management systems and in the State of the System Report (SOS) (46 MB pdf).  The SOS Report gives the status of transportation conditions in the County, including: roadway volume, congestion, safety, the condition of the transit system, and air quality. This report provides information needed to assist in completing the Transportation Project Priorities and making better transportation planning decisions.

Contact: Chelsea Forgenie