Regional Cycling Counts

The CRD has been counting bicycle volumes at intersections throughout the region since 2011. The methodology follows the best practices of the Institute of Transportation Engineers (ITE) National Bicycle and Pedestrian Documentation Project.

Traffic and cycling counts are integral to transportation planning and infrastructure development. Visit the Regional Transportation page for information on transportation plans and active transportation initiatives.

May 2017 Count Result Maps

Note: As of May 2017 counts are no longer intersection totals. They now reflect bidirectional travel on one street/trail segment. Bikeway infrastructure on these maps is current as of January 1, 2017. Increased volumes on Pandora Street are likely the result of the bidirectional protected bike lanes opened in May 2017.

October 2016 Count Result Maps

May 2016 Count Result Maps

October 2015 Count Result Maps

May 2015 Count Result Maps

October 2014 Count Result Maps

October 2013 Count Result Maps

July 2013 Count Result Maps

May 2013 Count Result Maps

January 2013 Count Results

The first of the four-season counts ran from January 8-10, 2013. A total of 20 stations were counted, including three that were counted during the midday (9am to 3pm) and on all three count days. In addition to the maps, fact sheets (below) were developed to analyze volume change from October 2012 to January 2013, volume comparison throughout the day and gender breakdown (which was also new in 2013).

Fact Sheets


2012 Count Results

The counts were mapped and reported to the Planning Transportation & Protective services Committee (PT&PSC ) meeting November 28, 2012.

The 2012 count ran October 2-4 at 60 locations.

Bike Count Volunteers

Volunteer counters are valued members of the data collection team. If you are interested in volunteering, please contact us by email.