2022 Traffic Count (ADT) Collection

Average Daily Traffic (ADT) Count data is collected along Lapeer County Primary and Local Roadways on a 4-yr Rotation throughout the County.  When collecting data, air hoses are placed across the Roadway.  Vehicles cross the hose and create a puff of air which is sent into the counter unit.  Two (2) hoses are used on paved roads, one (1) hose is used on gravel roads. Typically we receive two (2) main comments when hoses are placed on the roadway: 1) Hoses mean Development is coming! or 2) Hoses mean this Gravel Road will be Paved!  Typically these rumors are not true.  We are completing the counts are part of the required data collection for Asset Management and to update Townships and residents on traffic pattern trends.

 

Funding source(s): Local Rd Heavy Maint, Primary Rd Heavy Maint

Location of roadwork:

2022 Year

Attica, Deerfield, Marathon, Mayfield, Various

When is the work being done:

Summer 2022

Description of work:

Annual Maintenance

Impact on Traffic:

None

Latest Updates

July 11, 2022 Mayfield Twp Traffic Counts to Start Today

Average Daily Traffic (ADT) Counts will start in Mayfield Township today, Monday, July 11, 2022.  Data will be collected on all roads within the Township.  It is expect to take about three (3) weeks to complete.  Hoses will be placed across the roadway to count vehicles as they cross.  The data collection process does not mean that gravel roads will be paved or a specific development is coming.  The Lapeer CRC is completing the counts as part of the required data collection for Asset Management and to update the Township and residents on traffic pattern trends.  Mayfield Township is the third (3rd) township to be collected this summer.  After Mayfield Twp is completed, counts will start in Deerfield Township.

June 9, 2022 Marathon Twp Traffic Counts to Start Monday

Average Daily Traffic (ADT) Counts will start Monday, June 13, 2022, in Marathon Twp.  Data will be collected on all roads within the Township.  It is expect to take about three (3) weeks to complete.  Hoses will be placed across the roadway to count vehicles as they cross.  The data collection process does not mean that gravel roads will be paved or a specific development is coming.  The Lapeer CRC is completing the counts as part of the required data collection for Asset Management and to update the Township and residents on traffic pattern trends.

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Project Contact

Beth Schroeder

Advisories & Detours

Data is collected beginning in May – Download 4-yr Rotation Map