Transportation Planning/Programming TxDOT annually collects, on average 82,000 short term, traffic counts, 1,000 manual traffic counts and more than 300 long-term counts. We collect data 24 hours a day, 365 days a year to support federal, state, regional and local transportation entities. District Traffic and Urban Saturation Web MapsWhat is the Texas statewide planning map?
The Statewide Planning Map displays data in support of planning operations at TxDOT. Although we try to update information as often as possible, we are not assuming any responsibility for any damages or inaccuracies if you rely on it.How do i Zoom in and out on the TxDOT map?
The default view that displays whenever the application is launched shows the entire state with the TxDOT districts outlined in green. To zoom in, double click on the map or press the + button (top left side of map). To zoom out, right click on the map or press the - button (top left side of map).Is the statewide planning map a tool for roadway design or engineering?
It is not a tool for roadway design or engineering purposes. Construction cost estimates are calculated using average project cost by type from August 2003 to August 2013 in 2013 dollars. Frontage roads assumed two lanes per direction when selected. The Statewide Planning Map displays data in support of planning operations at TxDOT.