Bicycle Cyclical Count Program Story Map

Bicycle Cyclical Count Program Story Map

Product No.: 23013
Date Published: 03/2024

Launch Product

DVRPC’s Bicycle Cyclical Count Program, launched in 2014, collects and analyzes bicycle volumes to track trends at 134 locations in the nine-county region. The story map analyzes bicycle volumes from 2014 to 2022 with the purpose of providing planners, lawmakers, and the public with a better understanding of changes in bicycle volumes over time, across different geographies, and on different bicycle facility types. The data is intended to inform policy decisions at the municipal and county levels and to help guide future bicycle infrastructure investments.

Geographic Area Covered: DVRPC Region, Bucks County, Burlington County, Camden County, Chester County, Delaware County, Gloucester County, Mercer County, Montgomery County, Philadelphia County

Key Words: bicycle, bikes, cyclical, program, region, AADB, volumes, facilities

Staff Contact(s)

Project Team

  • Amy Bernknopf Manager, Office of Transit, Bicycle, and Pedestrian Planning
  • Christopher Pollard Manager, Office of GIS
  • Kelly Meehan GIS Analyst

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