Traffic Counts

Please see documents below for data and maps on Spartanburg County Traffic Counts. Because only major highways and roadways are labeled on the maps, you may also need to use an atlas or a mapping website (like Google Maps), if you are not familiar with the Spartanburg area. The most recent data can be found on the SCDOT website.

Explanation of Process Using Documents Below

City of Spartanburg Traffic County Stations This map shows the location of traffic count stations in and around the City of Spartanburg. The number by the location dot is the “Station Number.” The station number corresponds to the station number on the data sheet, “Traffic Counts by Station Number, 1987-2008.” (Try zooming to 100 or 150% on your Adobe reader when viewing the map.)

Spartanburg County Traffic Count Stations This map that shows the location of traffic count stations in Spartanburg County. The City of Spartanburg is the insert, and is available at “Map-City of Spartanburg Traffic Count Stations.” The station number corresponds to the station number on the data sheet, “Traffic Counts by Station Number, 1987-2008. (Try zooming to 200% on your Adobe reader when viewing the map.)

Spartanburg County Daily Traffic Counts 1987-2008 This Excel spreadsheet documents Spartanburg County traffic counts from 1987 to 2008. The “Station Number” in the spreadsheet corresponds to the dot number on the .pdf maps. The spreadsheet cites the station number, the road name, the location of the traffic count, and the actual count by year. The traffic count number is the daily average traffic volume at that location per year.