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DRJTBC - Traffic Counts

Annual Average Daily Traffic*
Toll Bridges

2009

2010

2011

20125

2013

Trenton-Morrisville
Route 1

50,7001,2   

54,300  

53,500  

51,700  

55,400  

New Hope-Lambertville Route 202

11,8003,4   

10,400  

10,200  

10,200  

10,600  

Interstate 78

56,7009  

58,7006  

60,100  

61,90015  

 62,30015  

Easton-Phillipsburg
Route 22

38,300  

38,100  

36,400  

34,500  

 33,60016  

Portland-Columbia

7,400  

7,800  

7,700  

7,300  

 6,900  

Delaware Water Gap
Interstate 80

53,900  

55,4007  

51,80013  

49,900  

 50,500  

Milford-Montague  

7,70010  

6,500  

6,200  

6,000  

 6,200  

Total - Toll Bridges

226,500

231,200

225,900

221,500

225,500

Annual Average Daily Traffic*
Toll Supported Bridges

  2009

2010

2011

2012

2013

Lower Trenton

18,100 

20,100 

16,300  

16,000  

 16,100 

Calhoun Street

18,400 

10,6008 

16,200  

16,700  

 16,900 

Scudder Falls
Interstate 95

57,100 

58,200 

57,600  

58,800  

 58,200 

Washington Crossing

6,900 

5,80011 

7,100  

7,100  

 7,500 

New Hope-Lambertville

13,400 

14,300 

14,400 

14,300  

 14,100 

Centre Bridge-Stockton

4,600 

4,800 

4,500 

4,800  

 4,800 

Uhlerstown-Frenchtown

3,900 

4,100 

4,600 

4,100  

 4,100 

Upper Black Eddy-Milford

3,700 

3,700 

2,20014 

3,500  

 3,400 

Riegelsville

3,200 

3,10012 

3,300  

3,300  

 3,300 

Northampton Street

21,600 

21,000 

19,900 

20,200  

 20,900 

Riverton-Belvidere

    4,800 

4,800  

4,300 

 4,300  

 4,500 

Total - Toll Supported Bridges

155,700

150,500

150,400

153,100

153,800

Total Commission-Wide
Annual Average Daily Traffic

382,200

381,700

376,300

374,600

379,300

Total Commission-Wide
Yearly Traffic

139.3M

139.3M

137.4M

137.1M

138.4M

*Annual Average Daily Traffic for both directions of travel

Notes:

       1  Extended lane restrictions for the Trenton-Morrisville Toll Bridge Rehabilitation and Widening Project began in January 2007 and continued through much of 2009.

       2  Trenton-Morrisville Toll Bridge Rehabilitation and Widening Project achieved substantial completion in September 2009.

       3  Outside lanes of New Hope-Lambertville Toll Bridge were closed to traffic in November 2007.

       4  New Hope-Lambertville Toll Bridge resumed operation with two lanes in each direction in October 2009.

       5  2012 included 366 days.

       6  I-78 Toll Plaza reduced to four lanes for Express E-ZPass installation project from January 8 - May 13, 2010. 

       7  Delaware Water Gap Toll Plaza reduced to four or five lanes for Express E-ZPass installation project from September 8 to November 22, 2010.

       8  The Calhoun Street Toll-Supported Bridge rehabilitation project took place in 2010, with a four-month shutdown from May 24 to September 24.

     9 The 4.2 mile length of the Commission's New Jersey roadway portion of I-78 underwent an extensive subterranean reinforcement and rehabilitation project from October 2007 to October 2009.

     10 Alternating lane closures were in effect on the Milford-Montague Toll Bridge during significant portions of a rehabilitation project conducted between February 2008 and May 2009.

     11 The Washington Crossing Toll-Supported Bridge Near-Term Improvements Project took place in 2010, involving a 46-day closure from August 9 to September 24.

     12 The Riegelsville Toll-Supported Bridge Rehabilitation Project took place in the fall of 2010, with various daytime alternating single-lane traffic restrictions, weeknight overnight closures, and weekend shutdowns.

     13 Delaware Water Gap Express E-ZPass Project - Toll Plaza lane 4 closed Feb. 22 to April 26, 2011 and Toll Plaza lane 5 closed April 18 to April 26, 2011.

     14 Upper Black Eddy-Milford Toll-Supported Bridge Rehabilitation Project - bridge closed January 11 to May 20, 2011.

     15 Commission 2.25-mile Pennsylvania segment underwent paving improvements with various travel restrictions in second half of 2012 and first half of 2013.

       16 The Easton-Phillipsburg Toll Bridge was subject to uninterrupted single-lane travel restrictions for the first stage of comprehensive two-year rehabilitation project from mid-July to mid-December 2013.

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