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Roadway lane-miles in United States: Drop in 2015

Road length negligibly declined by 0.34% in 2015, adjusted data from U.S. Department of Transportation constitute. The variable dropped slightly from 8 766 049 lane mile in 2014 to 8 736 587 lane mile previous year, in contrast to the prior year when it climbed by 1.27%. The overall changes for the previous 26 years reached a raise of 8.51%. Compared with its average, the road length is now higher as the mean equals 8 348 879.19 lane mile and the indicator highlights a marginal overall rise since the 1990. It attained its all-time high of 8 766 049 lane mile in 2014 and record low of 8 051 081 lane mile in 1990.

Roadway lane-miles in United States: Drop in 2015
Date Lane Mile Variation
2015 8 736 587.00 -0.34
2014 8 766 049.00 1.27
2013 8 656 070.00 0.58
2012 8 606 003.00 0.45
2011 8 567 618.00 -0.16
2010 8 581 158.00 0.46
2009 8 542 163.00 0.69
2008 8 483 969.00 0.31
2007 8 457 353.00 0.44
2006 8 420 589.00 0.58

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Main Road Infrastructure Indicators

  • Road Length

    Length of roads open for traffic, usually measured in kilometres.