bicycle & pedestrian data

COUNT DATA

The Flint Hills MPO is working to fully understand the scope and impact of bicycling and walking in the region. To this end, we are collecting data through counts across the region. These counts are taken in two formats; Automated & Manual. To examine the data please select an icon below.

Automated
manual
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Annual September counts using:

  • Volunteers and staff

Extended counts through-out year using:

  • Jamar Trax Tube counters

  • EcoCounter Pryo Box

bicycle
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Report on Manhattan's Bike Network:

  • Growth over time

  • Network by cyclist level

  • Infrastructure Goals

pedestrian
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COMING SOON

Infrastructure is the crucial component of a community's bicycling and walking environment. Without a complete and safe network, people will not walk and bike en mass. The reports below highlight the built environment for cyclists and pedestrians in Manhattan.   

infrastructure