Low Volume Road

According to the MUTCD (Section 5A.01), a low volume road is: “a facility lying outside of built-up areas of cities, towns, and communities, and it shall have a traffic volume of less than 400 AADT.” According to the AASHTO “Green Book” (i.e. Guidelines for Geometric Design of Very Low-Volume Local Roads), a low volume road has an “ADT less than or equal to 400”.

CCRPC February 17, 2016