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Source: FDOT, Annual Average Daily Traffic (AADT) Report



Visit Florida is the official tourism marketing entity for Florida and is responsible for compiling the official visitor estimates, trends and surveys on marketing and advertising effectiveness. Each year Visit Florida produces the Florida Visitor Study, with detailed information on visitor trends, resident travel, characteristics of travelers and tourism’s economic impact. To learn more about Visit Florida and the annual Florida Visitor Study, visit http://www.visitflorida.org/.


Another annual report that contains information on Florida tourism is the Florida Statistical Abstract produced by the University of Florida’s Bureau of Economic and Business Research. This publication includes tourism data from Visit Florida, as well as data on the number of tourist facilities, such as rooms and restaurants, and employment.

This indicator shows the AADT entering and leaving Florida through common corridors in thousands (K). Here AADT stands for annual average daily traffic. It is the total volume of vehicle traffic in both directions on a highway or road for a year divided by 365 days. The common corridors crossing the state of Florida are I-75/Georgia State Line, I-95/Georgia State Line, U.S.-1/Georgia State Line, U.S.-231/Albama State Line, U.S.-27/Georgia State Line, and U.S.-29/Albama State Line. The graph is stacked into AADT volume through given Interstates/Highways entering and leaving Florida. The source for this database is the Florida Department of Transportation's Annual Average Daily Traffic Report.