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Title 23 Part 500 → Subpart B → §500.202

Title 23 → Chapter I → Subchapter F → Part 500 → Subpart B → §500.202

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Title 23 Part 500 → Subpart B → §500.202

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Title 23Chapter ISubchapter FPart 500Subpart B → §500.202


Title 23: Highways
PART 500—MANAGEMENT AND MONITORING SYSTEMS
Subpart B—Traffic Monitoring System


§500.202   TMS definitions.

Unless otherwise specified in this part, the definitions in 23 U.S.C. 101(a) and §500.103 are applicable to this subpart. As used in this part:

Highway traffic data means data used to develop estimates of the amount of person or vehicular travel, vehicle usage, or vehicle characteristics associated with a system of highways or with a particular location on a highway. These types of data support the estimation of the number of vehicles traversing a section of highway or system of highways during a prescribed time period (traffic volume), the portion of such vehicles that may be of a particular type (vehicle classification), the weights of such vehicles including the weight of each axle and associated distances between axles on a vehicle (vehicle weight), or the average number of persons being transported in a vehicle (vehicle occupancy).

Traffic monitoring system means a systematic process for the collection, analysis, summary, and retention of highway and transit related person and vehicular traffic data.

Transit traffic data means person and vehicular data for public transportation on public highways and streets and the number of vehicles and ridership for dedicated transit rights-of-way (e.g., rail and busways), at the maximum load points for the peak period in the peak direction and for the daily time period.


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