More Counting and Estimating Volumes Resources



Webinars and Learning Opportunities Offered by Partner and Peer Organizations

Source: Pedestrian and Bicycle Information Center
As COVID-19 has limited in-person training and conferences, PBIC is maintaining a list of upcoming and recorded learning opportunities offered by partner and peer organizations.
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Animated Crash Scenario

Source: Pedestrian and Bicycle Information Center (PBIC)
Video series portrays some of the most common situations that lead to a crash involving a driver and a pedestrian or bicyclist. Each video shows a crash, portraying it from a combination of aerial, driver,
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North American Conference on Elderly Mobility – Noteworthy Practices Guide

Source: Federal Highway Administration (FHWA)
Provides examples of noteworthy practices from the United States and Canada including safe walking and access to transit.
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Collecting Network-Wide Bicycle and Pedestrian Data: A Guidebook for When and Where to Count

Source: Washington State Department of Transportation
Provides specific guidance for communities interested in starting or improving a manual pedestrian and bicycle count program in Washington State and beyond.
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Exploring Pedestrian Counting Procedures

Source: Federal Highway Administration, Office of Highway Policy Information
Recommends strategies for accurate, timely and feasible measurement of pedestrian travel.
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Methods and Technologies for Pedestrian and Bicycle Volume Data Collection: Phase 2

Source: Transportation Research Board (TRB)
Explores automated count technologies that capture pedestrian and bicycle volume data and provides a comprehensive introduction to nonmotorized counting.
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Risk Factors for Pedestrian and Bicycle Crashes

Source: Oregon Department of Transportation
The primary goal of this research was to develop a tool for the Oregon Department of Transportation (ODOT) to improve methods to identify and prioritize locations with increased or elevated risk for pedestrian and bicycle crashes.
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Don't Cut Corners: Left Turn Pedestrian and Bicyclist Crash Study

Source: New York City DOT
New York City Department of Transportation (DOT) developed the Left Turn Pedestrian and Bicycle Crash Study to advance New York City’s Vision Zero initiative to eliminate traffic deaths and serious injuries.
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Coding Nonmotorized Station Location Information in the 2016 Traffic Monitoring

Source: Federal Highway Administration (FHWA)
Helps users to understand how the Traffic Monitoring Guide (TMG) format describes the information that should be collected when counting multimodal users, as well as how to format that information correctly.
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Bicycle and Pedestrian Count Programs: Summary of Practice and Key Resources

Source: Pedestrian and Bicycle Information Center (PBIC)
Provides a concise summary of current practice and key resources for implementing, expanding, or maintaining bicycle and pedestrian count programs. The brief focuses on the aspects of count programs, including site selection,
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