A recently issued regional report includes weekday traffic volumes for more than a dozen Gloucester County road segments, with most of the roads posting increases between 2012 and 2015.
The report is produced by Hampton Roads Transportation Planning Organization as part of the region’s Congestion Management Process, an ongoing process that identifies, develops, evaluates and implements transportation strategies to enhance mobility region wide. Gloucester County is a member of HRTPO.
The report did not offer any explanation for changes in road volume between the two years, although the traffic volume was measured on different days, a chart indicated.
Road segments and traffic volumes for 2015 and 2012 are, as follows:
Belroi Road, from Hickory Fork Road to Route 17, 4,781 in 2015, up from 4,633 in 2012; Guinea Road, from Route 17 to Maryus Road, 7,951, down from 8,429 in 2012; Hickory Fork Road, from Route 17 to Belroi Road, 5,722, down from 5,826; Route 3/14, from Route 17 Bu...
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