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Hamilton City Council undertakes regular traffic counts at approximately 150 sites throughout the city. This information is used for monitoring trends and planning for new works.
Some sites are counted continuously and this data is analysed to determine seasonal variations in traffic flows throughout the year. Most sites are counted for a seven day period once every one or two years. These counts are adjusted using factors derived from the continuous sites and then an estimate of the average daily traffic for the year is made.
These figures are published on the traffic flow map A table showing the data for the past five years is also available.
These figures are published on the traffic flow map
A table showing the data for the past five years is also available.
As well as these regular counts, special counts are done at other sites to gather data for specific projects.
For all sites the counter collects other data that can be analysed in more detail. This includes hourly totals and breakdown by vehicle class.
Data from the special counts or more detail from the regular counts is available on enquiry to the Information Services Unit, email GISWeb@hcc.govt.nz or phone 07 958 5867.
Note: A charge may be made for the time spent in extracting the information.