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Pedestrian and Bicycle Data and Performance Measures

December 1, 2022 @ 2:00 pm - 3:30 pm UTC-5


This webinar is led by ITE Pedestrian and Bicycle Standing Committee.

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Webinar Description:
Data are the foundation for safety, equity and health analysis. Without data,
our work as transportation professionals is reduced to guess work. Bicycle and pedestrian data are often sparse and the collection is limited by time and budget constraints. This webinar will cover both data sources and applications. First, this webinar will cover how to find and spread the word about accessible pedestrian and bicycle data repositories from both local and national perspectives. Next, findings from the latest research on how to incorporate emerging crowdsourced data sources to estimate bicycle traffic across a network will be discussed. Finally, the webinar will wrap up by exploring at how we can consider equity in our data and performance measures.

Learning Objectives:

  • Recognize the needs and importance of bicycle and pedestrian data for our work as transportation professionals
  • Identify potential data sources through examples of local and national sources
  • Understand findings from the latest research on how to estimate bicycle traffic across a network
  • Consider ways that equity can be part of the data and performance measure process

To learn how to purchase your PDH/CM Certificates and see more information about the webinar including fees, please view the webinar courseĀ page here.

Policies: Registration for this webinar closes 30 minutes prior to start. The webinar recording will be made available on-demand it will have a shelf life of 60 days to register before it is archived. Participants are able to purchase and retrieve their PDH credit certificate until their access to the content expires. After the content expires and goes into archive, the PDH credit certificate opportunity is forfeited.


December 1, 2022
2:00 pm - 3:30 pm UTC-5