FHWA Bicycle-Pedestrian Count Technology Pilot Project

The final Summary Report: FHWA Bicycle-Pedestrian Count Technology Pilot Project is now available.  The report summarizes the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA)’s one-year Bicycle-Pedestrian Count Technology Pilot Project. The purpose of the pilot project was to increase the organizational and technical capacity of Metropolitan Planning Organizations (MPOs) to establish and operate effective bicycle and pedestrian count programs, and to provide lessons learned for peer agencies across the country. FHWA selected ten MPOs from across the country to participate in the pilot, and this report highlights their experiences with identifying count locations; selecting and installing count technology; and collecting and using the count data. The report concludes with the key benefits and lessons learned identified by the MPOs throughout the course of the project.

View the FHWA Bicycle-Pedestrian County Technology Pilot Project Report.