Traffic Data

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One of the Traffic Management Center’s duties is the collection and dissemination of traffic data. Traffic data is collected from various sources including private development trip generation studies and citywide traffic studies.

We do not collect traffic count information on state or county maintained streets. To obtain this information, you must contact Caltrans - District 8 or the Riverside County Transportation Department depending on the area where the street is located.

Annual Volume Data Summary by Year
2017 TRAFFIC COUNTS (Newport Traffic Studies)

Hourly Intersection Counts

24 Hour Volumes + 15 Min. Counts     

Peak Hour Counts

Intersection Counts - Truck Classification  


2017 TRAFFIC COUNTS (CVAG - Coachella Valley Association of Governments)

2017 Traffic Counts    

 Other segment counts are available from CVAG's Transportation Dept. website.

2017 TRAFFIC COUNTS (CALTRANS - California Department of Transportation)

2017 Traffic Counts

 

Annual Speed Data Summary by Year

The Traffic Management Center is charged with maintaining the speed limit on city streets. The following information is past speed data used for setting the speed limits in accordance with state law. You can see how speeds are set per California Vehicle Code.

2013 Speed Zone Survey Report 

We do not collect traffic speed information on state or county maintained streets. To obtain the most current data, you must contact Caltrans - District 8 or the Riverside County Transportation Department depending on the area where the street is located. 

Speed Surveys provided by Caltrans.

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2009

 

 

 

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