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Bicycle and Pedestrian Traffic Count
In 2013, the City initiated a program to count bicycle and pedestrian traffic at select locations across the city. Due to limitations of City staff, volunteers play a crucial role by counting bicycle and foot traffic and submitting the data to city staff. The purpose of the bicycle and pedestrian counting program is as follows:

  • To collect comprehensive data set about bicycle and pedestrian traffic across the city for use by the City of St. Paul and partner organizations.
  • To understand where and how bicyclists and pedestrians travel in Saint Paul.
  • To gain an understanding of how bicycle and pedestrian traffic volumes change over time and in response to investment in infrastructure. 
  • To allow the City to make better informed decisions on future infrastructure and safety investments for non-motorized transportation.

 


2013 Bicycle and Pedestrian Traffic Count
In September 2013, the City of St. Paul Public Works conducted a bicycle and pedestrian traffic count. at 30 locations throughout the city.

 


Count Resources & Training Materials

Training materials for the City's count have been designed using the MN Department of Transportation's count manager materials. 

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