An origin-destination study is performed to determine traffic patterns within an area of interest.  In general, this data is utilized by planners and engineers to aid in long-range planning.  However, it can also be used to address more localized concerns, such as to measure cut-through traffic.  Different methods are used by CBB based on the needs of a particular project.  These methods include home interviews, roadside interviews, questionnaires, license plate matching surveys and postcard surveys.  In planning applications, land use and growth trend analysis studies often augment the origin-destination studies to provide a comprehensive, long-range analysis.  CBB has in-house capabilities to perform origin-destination studies using all of the above-mentioned methods.

Turning Movement Counts

Origin Destination

Vehicle Classification Counts

Gap Studies

Travel Time Studies

Delay Studies