Bicycle and Pedestrian Documentation Project

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Bike and Pedestrian Count Program - Bend

Adopt a count location for September 2015; Help us determine where limited transportation resources are needed most.  View the training materials on line.  Conduct counts for a two-hour period on a weekday or Saturday (or both).


Counts will take place from noon to 2 p.m. on Saturday, September 19, and from 3:30 to 5:30 p.m. on September 15 and 16.  SIGN UP HERE.

If you have trouble with the links, you can sign up for a location to count by visiting the sign up website listed here:  http://www.signupgenius.com/go/8050a44a5a92aa57-september

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BikePedCountChart 4.30.14

 

Schedule & Locations
In 2013, the city of Bend began counting pedestrians and bicyclists using the National Bicycle and Pedestrian Documentation Project methodology, and we need your help every quarter!

Each volunteer will be asked to:
Inquiries regarding the project scope can be directed to:

Jovi Anderson, Bend MPO
janderson@bendoregon.gov (541) 693-2122

 

 

 

Volunteer Training Resources

Project Description (pdf)

Data Collection Instructions (pdf)

Volunteer Training Presentation - Counts (pdf)

Volunteer Consent Form (pdf)

Link to the count forms

More Information

Additional information is provided on the National  Bicycle and Pedestrian Documentation Project site. 

Data from the Count Program


                               Data from the Count Program 
(through January 2015)
 Charts Raw Data (pdf)   Raw Data (excel)
Count Forms by Location    News Items

Press Release (April 2015)

News Article - Local Views and Events (March 2013)

News Article - Bend Bulletin (April 2013)

Map of Locations (We count the same locations 4 times/year)

News Article  - Bike Around Bend  (May 2013)

 

More Info:  

This is an exciting step forward in the City’s data collection efforts. Following a consistent, nationally recognized methodology will improve the quality and consistency of our data, and also increase the frequency with which we collect this type of data. The information we collect will document current levels of walking and biking, help us measure our progress towards increasing the number of people who walk and bike, and help make the case for additional investments. More information about the National Bicycle and Pedestrian Documentation Project is available at http://bikepeddocumentation.org/ We would like to recruit approximately 30 people to assist with the quarterly counts and hope you will be one of them.