“Got Counts? Now What?”
An Association of Pedestrian & Bicycle Professional Webinar
Wednesday, April 18, 1:00 PM Mountain Daylight Time
In the 1st Floor Conference room, 2825 3rd Avenue North
The April webinar features emerging applications for count data and real-life case studies. You'll hear about North Carolina's cyclist data program and how to move from a sporadic count to a more intentional programmatic system. You'll also learn about a project from the San Diego Association of Governments (SANDAG) and Fehr & Peers to place counters and develop approaches for utilizing the multi-modal count data for planning, funding, and evaluation. They'll discuss the approach for forecasting activity on specific facilities and how multi-modal counts can inform changes in mode share.
Shannon Warchol, Institute for Transportation Research and Education
Nathan Schmidt, Fehr & Peers
Joshua Clark, SANDAG
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