November 2013 Miles Driven Decline

The Federal Highway Administration, a division of the U.S. Department of Transportation, has released the newest numbers for miles driven in November 2013, showing a slight decline of -0.1 percent, or -0.2 billion vehicle miles, from November 2012.

Travel for the month is estimated to be 239.5 billion vehicle miles.

Cumulative travel for 2013 is up by 0.6 percent (or 185.4 billion vehicle miles). The cumulative estimate for the year is 2,732.2 billion vehicle miles.

Comparing year-over-year figures, the West showed the most growth at 1.3 percent, while the Northeast saw the biggest decline at -1 percent.

Comparing November 2013 to October 2013, all regions showed declines. The North Central Region showed the steepest decline -11 percent.

Region  November 2013 November 2012 Percent Change
Northeast 34,097 34,425 -1.0
South Atlantic 50,215 50,163 +0.1
North Central 53,173 53,626 -0.8
SouthGulf 47,450 47,674 -0.5
West 54,607 53,907 +1.3
Total 239,545 239,791 -0.1

 

Region November 2013 October 2013 Percent Change
Northeast 34,097 37,079 -8.7
South Atlantic 50,215 54,590 -8.7
North Central 53,173 59,121 -11.1
SouthGulf 47,450 51,164 -7.8
West 54,607 56,767 -4.0
Total 239,545 258,718 -8.0
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