annual bicycle & pedestrian counts
Each September, the FHMPO organizes a region-wide bicycle and pedestrian count, following the procedures and guidelines created by the National Bicycle and Pedestrian Documentation Project (www.bikepeddocumentation.org). The primary focus of the count locations is to obtain data on individuals using the transportation infrastructure as an alternative to driving, not those using it solely for recreational purposes. The data collected by the counts is used to prioritize infrastructure projects; strengthen funding applications for state or federal money; or to monitor use of facilities.
2017 interactive map
This application allows for the exploration of complete data from the Flint Hills MPO bike & pedestrian counts for the year 2017.
The PDF link to the left provides download access of a presentation highlighting many key aspects of this year's counts.
2016 Summary document
This application allows for the exploration of selected data from the Flint Hills MPO bike & pedestrian counts for the years 2014 to 2017.