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Highway Performance and Monitoring System - Arterials

US Bureau of Transportation Statistics (BTS)
  • Added 21 Sep 2016

The Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) has the responsibility to assure that adequate highway transportation information is available to support its functions and responsibilities, including those of the Administration and the Congress. The primary purpose of the Highway Performance Monitoring System (HPMS) is to serve these data and information needs. The HPMS provides data that reflects the extent, condition, performance, use, and operating characteristics of the nation's highways. The HPMS by itself is not geospatial data. It is linked to another FHWA dataset, the National Highway Planning Network (NHPN), through linear referencing. The NHPN provides the geospatial component of this dataset. The hpms data on the 2014 NTAD represents 2012 hpms. 2012 is the latest complete compilation of hpms data.

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RegionsUnited States of America

Technical Details

Layer ID 22802
Data type Vector multilinestring
Feature count 9735 (incl. 6438 with empty or null geometries)
Attributes ROUTE_QUAL, ROUTE_NUMB, FACILITY_T, STRAHNET_T, THROUGH_LA, F_SYSTEM_V, URBAN_CODE, TOLL_TYPE, ROUTE_NU_1, End_Point, HOV_TYPE_V, TRUCK_VN, Ownership, ROUTE_SIGN, Begin_Poin, OBJECTID, NHS_VN, TOLL_CHARG, AADT_VN, IRI_VN, Route_ID, TOLL_CHA_1, COUNTY_COD, Year_Recor, State_Code, Shape_Length, HOV_LANES, ACCESS_CON, STRUCTURE
Services Vector Query API

History

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Added 21 Sep 2016 ago
Last checked 5 Sep 2018 ago
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