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Last edited 24 Jan 2019
A vehicle trip is a one-way journey by a single privately-operated motor vehicle regardless of the number of persons in the vehicle.
A vehicle movement is a journey made by a vehicle that can either be a one-way or two-way trip.
Two-way trips are the total number of vehicle movements in both directions. For example, if there are 200 westbound vehicles and 100 eastbound vehicles, there would be 300 two-way trips.
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