BCDCOG Traffic Report

BCDCOG Traffic Report

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July
19

In 2018, traffic was monitored by the South Carolina Department of Transportation at 11,672 locations throughout the state. The Berkeley-Charleston-Dorchester region accounted for 771 of those counting stations.

Overall, the regional system counted 200,025 more average daily trips than the 10,346,100 trips in 2017 for a total of 10,546,125 trips in 2018. All of the top five highest traveled non-interstate roads in the state are within the BCD region. A table showing the change in trips for these stations from 2017 to 2018 can be found below.

The largest increase in traffic in Berkeley County year-over-year was found at station 100, which counts traffic on US-17A from the Dorchester County line to I-26. The station indicated a 2,100 average daily trip increase from 2017(53,100) to 2018(55,200). The largest decrease was at station 2181, which counts traffic on I-26 from Jedburg Rd. to US-17A. The station indicated a 3,100 trip decrease from 2017(61,800) to 2018(58,700).