Transportation - Planning and Programs Division - Vehicle Classification Data Reports
Scope and Contents
This series is used i n conjunction with Series 27, Traffic Coverage Count Files, of this sub-group, to predict traffic trends. The type of vehicle is equally important as the traffic volume in determining future highways in the State. Trucks, for example, because of their great weight, require more substantially constructed highways than do automobiles. The Vehicle Classification Data Reports are summaries of the data compiled on the vehicle classification code sheets.
- Created: 1967-1977
- Transportation (Organization)
Conditions Governing Access
13.00 Cubic Feet
Language of Materials
The reports are arranged chronologically by quarter and then alphabetically by county or city. There are two types of data collection stations, Continuous Count and Seasonal Control. Consequently, there are three alphabetical sequences for each year.
- Transportation - Planning and Programs Division - Vehicle Classification Data Reports
- Georgia Archives
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