Spring Bike/Ped Counts lend credibility to earlier count data

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Spring Bike/Ped Counts lend credibility to earlier count data

Annualized Data Chart

Annualized Data Chart

May 14 marked the third year that bicycle and pedestrian traffic has been documented in Michiana. Counts were made at seven locations: all were within the norms established in the prior two years of counting, except for the Orange Street site where annualized bicycle traffic was the lowest since counting began in the summer of 2012.

The May 2015 counts were significantly lower than the same month in 2014. Weather may have been a factor. May 8, 2014 was a sunny 88°, while May 14, 2015 was cloudy and 63°. Direct comparisons could be made for 5 sites: all of them had reduced traffic by over half (55%).

The counts are conducted by volunteers, and adjustment factors are applied to annualize the counts. The Michiana counts are part of the National Bicycle/Pedestrian Documentation Project. The chart at the left shows the projected annualized traffic. Click on the chart to zoom in.

By | 2015-05-22T16:35:15+00:00 May 22nd, 2015|Categories: Bicycle Traffic Counts|Comments Off on Spring Bike/Ped Counts lend credibility to earlier count data