# Traffic Counts for January 2009

The Table below includes, for each day, the raw traffic counts at Point 1 and Point 2, and the calculation of the daily Cold Spring Road trips attributable to Westmont College. Formula per Condition 9:

Westmont Daily Trips = [Point 1 count] minus [Point 2 count] minus [10 daily trips for each of the eight private residences between Points 1 and 2].

 Date Point 1 Point 2 Private Residences Semester Weekdays All Other Days 1/1/2009 * * 80 1/2/2009 * * 80 1/3/2009 * * 80 1/4/2009 * * 80 1/5/2009 * * 80 1/6/2009 * * 80 1/7/2009 * * 80 1/8/2009 * * 80 1/9/2009 * * 80 1/10/2009 2,376 586 80 1,710 1/11/2009 2,550 457 80 2,013 1/12/2009 3,577 606 80 2,891 1/13/2009 3,567 597 80 2,890 1/14/2009 3,561 586 80 2,895 1/15/2009 3,684 598 80 3,006 1/16/2009 3,767 676 80 3,011 1/17/2009 2,707 616 80 2,011 1/18/2009 2,284 510 80 1,694 1/19/2009 2,471 614 80 1,777 1/20/2009 3,888 609 80 3,199 1/21/2009 3,622 650 80 2,892 1/22/2009 3,495 567 80 2,848 1/23/2009 3,878 530 80 3,268 1/24/2009 2,398 519 80 1,799 1/25/2009 2,353 537 80 1,736 1/26/2009 3,648 676 80 2,892 1/27/2009 4,063 625 80 3,358 1/28/2009 3,671 628 80 2,963 1/29/2009 3,653 563 80 3,010 1/30/2009 4,114 665 80 3,369 1/31/2009 2,809 588* 80 2,141

* - The first several days of the month were not captured because Westmont staff were on extended holiday and unable to refresh the counter batteries. Because the holiday period is typically very low in traffic counts, the net effect of no counts on these days is to increase the overall average for All Other Days. Thus the neighbors, not the college, receive the "benefit of the doubt" for the missing data.

The upper counter did not produce reliable data for the last day of the month, for reasons as yet unknown. The average count for all other corresponding days of the week (in this case a Saturday) since the permanent counters were installed, was used.