Historical Transportation Data

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geoblade.GIFCity of Bend

To view Volume counts completed by the City of Bend, select GIS Map and follow the tips below: 

2013 Count data to be loaded on the Interactive map
**Jan 2015. Large PDF, Zoom to location to see AADT count data.

GIS Interactive Map

    • Choose 'Traffic Counts' in Map Contents to view count locations. 
    • Choose 'Identify' from the Map Tools and click in the area of interest. 
    • The traffic count data will display at the bottom of the window. 
    • More map navigation instructions are available at Help Documentation.
City of Bend Turning Movement Counts, or scroll to the bottom of this page.

deschutescoroadadt.JPGDeschutes County

Deschutes County provides an Average Daily Traffic report - view report.
Transportation Planning
The map on the left shows the roads within Deschutes County. 


ATRlocationsODOT.JPGOregon Department of Transportation has a statewide Transportation Data webpage.

City of Bend Turning Movement Counts

travelshed.jpgA look inside the 45-minute travelshed

  • 43 percent of the populaion within the travleshed resides within the MPO boundary.
  • 23.2 percent of the urbanized land within the travelshed lies within the MPO boundary.
  • 1.5 percent of the farmland within the travelshed lies within the MPO boundary.
  • Residents in the Bend region enjoy a higher median income than the state of Oregon, but pay higher housing costs.

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SidewalkInventory_Update7_2011.jpgWalking is the most basic form of transportation, undertaken by almost every citizen. Sidewalks are an essential element of the transportation system since every trip involves at least one walking segment. Because the primary function of sidewalks is to provide a safe place for pedestrians, facilities need to be designed accordingly.

The Bend MPO has implemented a sidewalk inventory program to establish an inventory to improve overall community walkability and provide framework for addressing the construction of missing sidewalk along key corridors. The inventory will help prioritize projects and potentially help with grant opportunities. This inventory is not complete and will continue to be populated with data on condition and updated as infill occurs. The inventory focused specifically on the major roadways . A systematic process for prioritizing and programming sidewalk projects will be created to guide local officials in identifying priority projects. Keep checking on our website as updates are announced and to view sidewalk data maps on this page.


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