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Public Works Transportation For Residents Planning - Other Traffic Data

Transportation Information and Data

Other Traffic Data: Recording, Daily Traffic and Turning Counts

Automatic Traffic Recorder (ATR)

Automatic Traffic Recorders collect data on how many vehicles use a particular roadway over a 24-hour period. ATR counts also provide information on the type and speed of vehicles. Data is collected by using rubber tubing that is stretched across a roadway and connects to a counting device. There are approximately 232 ATR stations in Peel Region.

Annual Average Daily Traffic (AADT)

Annual Average Daily Traffic is a calculation of the total number of vehicles that pass a certain place in an average weekday of the year.
AADT measurements are based on the data collected using Automatic Traffic Recorders.

Turning Movement Counts (TMC)

A Turning Movement Count (TMC), counts the movement of vehicles and pedestrians at an intersection. The count is done by hand during morning, mid-day and afternoon peak hours.
The data is summarized to show when the intersection is the busiest, which are the peak hours of use.

More Information

Contact Peel's Traffic Operations Group for more information on Automatic Traffic Recording, Annual Average Daily Traffic and Turning Movement Counts in the Region of Peel.


Revised: Thursday July 24 2014


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