The Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT) produces Urban Saturation Maps detailing annual average daily traffic counts (AADT) on roads maintained by TxDOT, as well as county roads and city streets.
Click TxDOT 2020 District Traffic Web Viewer to view the latest Texas Department of Transportation's (TxDOT) urban traffic map.
My35 is your connection to the latest news, project and road condition updates, traffic camera views and community meetings along the IH-35 corridor.
Staying informed about the Waco IH-35 construction project just got easier. TxDOT has established a brand-new telephone hotline, an email address where you can send specific questions about the project and sign up for regular updates on planned construction closures and other changes that come directly to your inbox, and a text-messaging service to provide information about unexpected closures on I-35 (crashes or other problems that slow traffic on I-35). Click here for Waco-Only Traveler Information.
www.My35.org/Waco 254-313-WACO (9226) MY35Waco@txdot.gov @TxDOTWacoPIO
Check out https://waco4bmap.org and plan your trip to avoid delays during construction. #besafebeseen #My35
The City of Waco's Better Streets Program website provides information on current and upcoming pavement management projects within Waco city limits.
The Texas Department of Transportation's gateway to information about more than 11,000 TxDOT projects, providing 24/7-access to the public, employees and elected officials.You can view projects by highway, project ID, TxDOT district, county or state/federal legislative district. As a project develops, its status may change from planning to design to construction. Project updates occur weekly and are retrieved from TxDOT systems daily. Data and schedules can change as information is updated.
Click here to go to Project Tracker. Search for keyword Waco-MPO to see projects in the Waco MPO region.
To access TxDOT's GIS datasets, visit the Open Data Portal by clicking here. The portal allows users to view datasets on a map, filter data using queries, and download data in various formats.
TxDOT conducts regional surveys every 10 years to identify travel patterns in urban areas across the state. The results help TxDOT and local planning organizations make cost-effective decisions about transportation projects. View travel patterns for the Waco Metropolitan Area.
TxDOT also has a statewide planning map that displays data in support of planning operations at TxDOT.
Waco MPO: Population Estimates for McLennan County Cities
US Census Bureau QuickFacts: McLennan County, Texas
Suburban Stats: Population Estimates for McLennan County, Texas
Waco Socioeconomic Data Trends Report 2010
Population, Total Employment and Retail
Employment: Basic, Service and Educational and Special Generator Locations
Appendix B: Special Generators
Appendix C: Traffic Analysis Zone (TAZ) Data
2010 Household Income Estimates by Traffic Analysis Zone
Report: Smart Mobility Roadmap
Report: Future Mobility Research Synthesis
Report: Guidance for Assessing Planning Impacts of CAV
Report: Planning for Autonomous Mobility
Report: Planning for Autonomous Vehicles
Chart: Scenario Planning for CAV
USDOT Report: Key Issues for Transportation Decisionmakers, Officials, and Staff (link to sections of
FHWA-HEP-18-005 on FHWA website)
TxDOT Report: Funding the UTP (2022)
Texas A&M Transportation Institute Primer: Metropolitan Planning Organizations (2017)