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bicycle & pedestrian data


The Flint Hills MPO is working to fully understand the scope and impact of non-vehicular transportation across the region.  Data is collected in various ways for people walking, biking, and riding e-scooters.

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Extended counts through the year:

  • Jamar Trax Tube counters

  • EcoCounter Pryo Box counters

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Annual September counts using:

  • Volunteers and staff

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Report analyzing ridership data of the LINK e-scooter program

bicycle Network
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Report on Manhattan's Bike Network:

  • Growth over time

  • Network by cyclist level

  • Infrastructure Goals

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.   


KDOT's Transportation Alternatives (TA) grant program has had a major impact on the bicycle and pedestrian infrastructure of our region.  The report below highlights all TA projects awarded within the Flint Hills Region since 2013.

TA Grant History

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