Deh Cho Bridge Toll Gantry Data

Data consists of a record for each vehicle crossing the Deh Cho Bridge from December 1, 2012 to present. Each Excel file corresponds to one month. Fields include date and time, direction of travel, toll class, vehicle speed, total vehicle length, total vehicle weight, equivalent single axle loads (ESAL), individual axle weights, distances between successive axles, and vehicle classification according to Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) scheme.

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Additional Info

Field Value
Metadata Standard .4
Metadata Contact Position Infrastructure Planner
Creator Policy, Planning and Communications Division
Source Data collected from Deh Cho Bridge Toll Gantry located on Highway #3, km 26. Raw dcb files accessed by ISSS from DRIVES on monthly basis and downloaded into Excel.
Summary Data consists of a record for each vehicle crossing the Deh Cho Bridge from December 1, 2012 to present. Each Excel file corresponds to one month. Fields include date and time, direction of travel, toll class, vehicle speed, total vehicle length, total vehicle weight, equivalent single axle loads (ESAL), individual axle weights, distances between successive axles, and vehicle classification according to Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) scheme.
Local Relevance Summary statistics of Deh Cho Bridge traffic published in annual NWT Highway Traffic Report. Data also used to estimate total number of trucks coming into the Northwest Territories as limited number of trucks report to Enterprise Weigh Scale.
Notes 121 files are available to be posted on Open Data including DCB 2012-12.xlsx through DCB 2022-11.xlsx (120 files) and DCB Data Dictionary.docx. Do NOT post FHWA Classification Formula.xlsx as this is for internal purposes.
Group Driving and Transportation
Tags highways
Version
Starting Time Range 2012-12-01
Ending Time Range 2022-09-30
Geographic Range South Slave
Latitude 61° 16' 36.8" N
Longitude 117° 32' 04.6" W
Release Date 2022-10-03
Last Modified Date 2022-10-03
Update Frequency Monthly