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Figure 3-11. Peak-Period Congestion on Segments of the National Highway System with More than 10,000 Trucks per Day: 2035

The number of NHS miles with recurring congestion and a large number of trucks is forecast to increase four fold between 2002 and 2035. On highways carrying more than 10,000 trucks per day, recurring congestion will slow traffic on more than 4,800 miles and create stop-and-go conditions on an additional 23,300 miles.

See paragraph above for explanation of Figure 3-11

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Source: U.S. Department of Transportation, Federal Highway Administration, Office of Freight Management and Operations, Freight Analysis Framework, Version 2.2. 2007.

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