Annual Average Daily Traffic Counts are provided for the Region by the Illinois and Iowa Departments of Transportation and the Rock Island Arsenal. Bi-State staff has combined these counts on a time series of maps of the Quad Cities Metropolitan Area and they are available in PDF format.
folder Traffic Count Maps - The QC Traffic Count Maps were created by Bi-State Regional Commission Staff using the Iowa DOT, Illinois DOT, and Rock Island Arsenal traffic count data most relevant to the year each map was created.
The Illinois and Iowa Departments of Transportation (DOTs) provide current traffic count data.
Iowa DOT: County | Iowa DOT: City
Staff creates many maps that serve as visual aids to clearly and attractively show the multitude of geospatial data layers that are used in planning for local municipalities and the region. Maps range from water and sewer system maps in a community’s comprehensive plan to future roadway projects planned for the entire region; from locations of federal investment dollars for infrastructure projects in the region to playgrounds and baseball diamonds in a municipal park plan; and from maps used to count housing units for U.S. Census activities to maps that the show location of low to moderate income census tracts.
We will provide maps to put into documents section -> maps within documents . . .
Ex. LRTP, CEDS…
Bi-State Regional Commission is the premier source for socioeconomic data on the Bi-State region (Henry, Mercer, and Rock Island Counties, Illinois, and Muscatine and Scott Counties, Iowa). Our staff compile a vast array of up-to-date information related to the five-county region and the states of Illinois and Iowa. We maintain a large store of information describing the socioeconomic characteristics of the Region (or any part within). This type of data is helpful in attracting new business and assisting business expansion decisions. Data and analytical services offered by the Commission include:
Data Portal – The GreaterQCRegionData.org website is a data repository with current and historic demographic and economic data at various geographic levels for the five-county Bi-State Region, states of Illinois and Iowa and the Nation.
Data Requests – Our staff is available to assist with requests for data or research.
Census Programs - Bi-State Regional Commission is a federal repository for Census data and documents. Data services staff are well-versed in the wealth of Census data available.
Demographic Data – Staff compiles, maintains and monitors a vast amount of current and historical demographic data.
Economic and Employment Data – Staff compiles, maintains, and monitors a variety of current and historical data related to economy and employment.
CEDS (Comprehensive Economic Development Strategy) – Through the CEDS planning process communities across the Bi-State Region help to create an overarching economic development plan that guides and coordinates economic development in the region.
Community Profiles/Fact Sheets – Community Profile/Fact Sheets are available for several counties and municipalities in the Bi-State Region.
Information Services Membership – For non-members (businesses, not-for-profits, and other organizations), we offer an Information Services Membership (ISM) Program for these organizations to gain access to Bi-State’s data and mapping services.
The http://www.greaterqcregiondata.org website is a data portal with current and historic demographic and economic data at various geographic levels for the five-county Bi-State Region, and the states of Illinois and Iowa. Here you’ll find statistical information about our five-county region as a whole, or learn about individual cities or counties within our Region. GreaterQCRegionData.org offers several levels of data reports including the following:
- Demographic, household, and population trends
- Market and business information, including educational attainment and labor force trends
- Transportation data on household mobility, vehicle availability, and freight trends
- And much more, with new data and topics updated annually
Data can be retrieved through a simple dashboard interface with over a dozen existing reports or a “create new report” function. Selectable tiles in the “Existing Reports” section provide an efficient, pre-set view of many different locations, with a built-in ability to adjust variables to benchmark peers and progress, whereas the “Create a New Report” allows users to build a report under broad topic areas including “demographic data, social data, economic data, or housing data.” The http://www.greaterqcregiondata.org website also contains links to important resources, located in the “Downloads” section, which contains published documents (such as region laborshed studies) and in the “Links to Additional Resources” section, which contains links to other helpful organizations.