Traffic Data Collection

Traffic data collection provides the base information required for many aspects of transportation projects. These include planning and design studies, traffic analysis studies, corridor studies, signal timing studies, parking studies, pedestrian and bicycle studies and trip generation studies.

At JMT, we collect traffic data through various methods, including manual and video methodology for turning movement counts at intersections, and through portable counts at various other locations. Typical count types include volume, classification, speed, as well as vehicle occupancy data.  JMT has an experienced staff of personnel who are familiar with methods of obtaining the traffic data that our clients need. This allows us to assess each project and determine what information should be gathered, and how, to meet the study objectives. JMT has a strong adherence to quality control to ensure that the traffic count data is accurate.

Projects

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Traffic Performance with INRIX Data Pilot Project

JMT's Technology Group provided traffic data mining and analysis services to support a pilot program of developing performance metrics along 45 commuter corridors located throughout Virginia. 

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IDIQ Civil Engineering & Design Contract for the NAVFAC Mid-Atlantic Region

JMT provided A-E services for Design-Bid-Build projects and Design-Build RFP preparation assistance through a five year IDIQ contract with NAVFAC Mid-Atlantic.

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SR 94, Sections 14 & 15 Widening

JMT performed traffic studies and completed design for a 2.5-mile roadway corridor.

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I-95 Commercial Vehicle Toll Evasion Survey

JMT was assigned to perform data collection and analysis during early 2007 and determine whether any significant change in traffic pattern and toll evasion existed within the study area.

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