Arlington's Bicycle & Pedestrian Counter Program
Arlington County maintains a system of automatic counters to detect and record bicycle and pedestrian volumes 24 hours a day at selected locations. Collecting better active transportation data is essential to building long-term support for walking and cycling, and for improving conditions for those who choose to walk and ride bikes. The County currently has 32 permanent installations, and six portable counters to gauge and monitor usage and demand.
Data from the bicycle and pedestrian counters is used by Arlington County planners, and is also available to the public in several ways. An interactive dashboard is available on BikeArlington.com, and data for developers is available as a web service.
More information about Arlington's counter program:
WalkArlington.com, Counting (on) Walkers
BikeArlington.com, Counting Bikes to Plan for Bikes