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The department may collect, analyze, and interpret physical and economic data needed to measure existing and estimated future highway characteristics such as origin and destination, volumes, speeds, accidents, congestion, parking, pedestrian use of highways, and the economic loss caused by inferior traffic facilities, including the preparation of traffic plans and recommendations.
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