Corridor studies offer crucial connectivity insights for major roadways, but they’re also time-consuming and costly. Analytics help streamline data collection and add nuance to inform corridor improvements.
Editorial TeamJanuary 19, 2023
How a protected bike lane in North Kansas City impacted ridership, speeding, and congestion
Alice FriedmanAugust 30, 2022
Visitorship seemed like it was increasing at Pocahontas State Park, Virginia’s top mountain biking destination. But what were the numbers, and where were visitors coming from? It only took a few hours in the StreetLight InSight ® software platform to find out, and the results surprised me.
Jon WerginFebruary 24, 2021
Use bicycle data to prioritize infrastructure projects. Find out who is riding, where they are riding, and why they are making those trips.
Sean CoAugust 18, 2020
With cycling fatalities on the rise, bike riding doesn’t feel very safe right now. These are the ways I hope Big Data can help planners make a safer future.
Phaedra HiseOctober 9, 2019
If your transportation department has not started planning for the backyard poultry trend, now is the time to start, with StreetLight’s new Poultry In Motion metrics.
Ryan LinkApril 1, 2019
Experienced planner and former competitive cyclist Sean Co guides our clients using Big Data metrics for bike-ped applications. We talked with Sean about his bike racing background, the power of bike-ped metrics, and what fuels his passion for active transportation.
Editorial TeamMarch 12, 2019
In many areas, multimodal travel is easier and more efficient than ever. Explore what multimodal travel behavior means for transportation planners by learning why Catherine Manzo of StreetLight Data used seven different modes of travel on a recent cross-country trip.
Catherine ManzoJuly 20, 2018
StreetLight Data launched its Multimodal Measurement Initiative to measure all modes of travel and how they interact. We're looking for partners to join our Working Group as we finalize analytics for modes including bike, pedestrian, and even "the gig economy."
Dr. Laura SchewelJune 6, 2018