Traffic Count Database
As congestion in the region continues to increase, it is critical that we operate the transportation system as efficiently as possible. Using traffic counts - the number of vehicles that pass a certain point on a roadway during a certain time period - important traffic management decisions can be made.
Since 1990, the Baltimore Metropolitan Council has collected and maintained traffic count data for area roadways from a number of sources including the Maryland State Highway Administration.
BMC Traffic Count Database Disclaimer
The Traffic Count Data are provided as a public service by Baltimore Metropolitan Council (BMC) and the Maryland State Highway Administration (MSHA).Restriction of Liability: BMC makes no claims, promises or guarantees about the accuracy, completeness, or adequacy of the contents of these documents and expressly disclaims liability for any errors and omissions in the contents of these documents.
All route, traffic, and travel data being made available by BMC are developed to support internal uses, primarily transportation planning. Any and all data are provided "as is" with the understanding that no warranty of any kind, implied, expressed or statutory, is given with respect to the contents of this document. Any and all conclusions or products derived from the data are the sole responsibility of the user.