ADT definition

ADT means Weighted Average Daily Traffic, or the ratio between (a) traffic to (b) the number of days in a given period of time. Traffic is the number of vehicle crossings in toll plazas or free toll roads in a given period of time.
ADT means average daily traffic count (see "Projected Traffic").
ADT means The ADT Corporation, a Delaware corporation.

Examples of ADT in a sentence

  • Ultimately, Levine 2010 considered it “plausible that ADT could increase cardiovascular risk on the basis of its adverse impact on risk factors for cardiovascular disease.” (DTX-101_8).

  • Bridges, crossing culverts under roadways carrying 5,000 ADT or greater.

  • Levine 2010 specified, however, that “[n]ot surprisingly, given all of these considerations, whether an association (or an actual cause-and-effect relationship) between ADT use and [CV] events and mortality exists remains controversial and continues to be studied.

  • Finally, another important potential explanation for the discordant findings is that there is no actual causal relationship between ADT and [CV] mortality and that positive studies are the result of uncontrollable confounding factors or the result of post hoc analyses.

  • The writing group believes that at this point, it is reasonable, on the basis of the above data, to state that there may be a relationship between ADT and [CV] events and death.” (DTX-101_5).

More Definitions of ADT

ADT means average daily traffic count (see "projected traffic").
ADT means Air Dried Tonnes (of pulp) expressed as 90% dryness. ADt for paper should be reported at “normal” or average moisture content for the production over the course of any one year, noted but not corrected.
ADT means the annual average two-way daily traffic volume. It represents the total traffic for the year, divided by 365. For purposes of the State Highway Access Management Manual, references to AADT in other resources and publications shall be considered synonymous with ADT.
ADT means the Average Daily Traffic, the total volume during a given time period (in whole days), greater than one day and less than one year, divided by the number of days in that time period. The Department may, at its own discretion, define the appropriate time period (including days of the week) to be considered when measuring or calculating ADT.