Monitor active transportation trends and measure the impact of infrastructure changes
Comprehensive Bicycle and Pedestrian Volumes
Get the data you need to justify infrastructure decisions and showcase success to constituents and stakeholders.
Insights for more than just core bike lanes
Access Bicycle and Pedestrian Volumes for all types of roads, from urban commuting bike lanes to trails, all times of day, any day of the week.
Demographics, including race and income
Get demographics, inferred trip purpose, trip length, and more, tied to Bicycle and Pedestrian Volumes, to ensure equity and accessibility are top of mind.
Augment your count program with StreetLight’s Bicycle and Pedestrian Volume Metrics to measure active transportation travel patterns
Estimate Bicycle or Pedestrian Volume on urban roads, separated paths, or rural trails
Estimate before and after Bicycle and Pedestrian Volumes to compare activity across time.
View most common origins and destinations to inform where connections can be made safer.
Get race, income, and education demographics to provide an equity lens.
Empirical Bicycle and Pedestrian Volumes enable data-driven active transportation decisions
- Study vehicle/bike/pedestrian usage patterns on a corridor to inform a redesign that prioritizes non-vehicle modes.
- Evaluate segment speeds and volumes for bike and vehicle modes to prioritize safety interventions for vulnerable users.
- Access Bicycle and Pedestrian Volume on the roadway network to help with exposure mapping.
- Analyze pedestrian behavior near transit stations to help understand ridership patterns and first- and last-mile patterns.
- Study activity around business districts/transit centers/public facilities to evaluate access improvement projects.
- Pair vehicle data travel patterns with bike/pedestrian travel patterns to evaluate the impact of mode shift investment.
Proven Metrics, validated against real-world data
Review the methodology employed by StreetLight InSight® to develop our new Bicycle and Pedestrian Volume Metrics, including our process for mode classification to identify active transportation movements, along with our validation against permanent counters.
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The Data You Need to Build Vibrant, Safe Neighborhoods
Implementing critical active transportation initiatives requires comprehensive data insights. See how state DOTs, consulting firms, and advocacy groups utilize data to prioritize bicycle and pedestrian infrastructure improvements.WATCH WEBINAR