BikePed Portal

Leading the national non-motorized count data archive, BikePed Portal provides a centralized standard non-motorized count database for public agencies, researchers, educators, and other curious members of the public.

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About BikePed

A nationwide central database for bicycle and pedestrian counts.

The archive includes automated and manual counts from across the country and supports screenline and turning movement counts. The archive allows users to upload, view and download data. BikePed Portal was established in 2015, by researchers at Portland State University through a pooled fund grant administered by the National Institute for Transportation and Communities (NITC). Other project partners include the Federal Highway Administration, Oregon Department of Transportation, Metro, Lane Council of Governments, Central Lane MPO, Bend MPO, Mid-Willamette Valley Council of Governments, Rogue Valley Council of Governments, City of Boulder, City of Austin, Cycle Oregon, and Oregon Community Foundation.

74 Agencies
641 Segments
336 Automatic Counters
65M Records

Contributing and Accessing Data

If you need to access data that is unaggregated, from multiple years, from multiple sites or regions, fill out this agreement form and we will contact you.

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What we do

Our Work

BikePed Portal is continually working on updating and creating features based on user feedback and needs of agencies using our platform. A few of the upcoming features include a user restricted service for data owners to QA/QC their data, download raw data, and export data to the Traffic Management TMAS.

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Archive Data

BikePed Portal is supported by TREC and it's partners. If you are interested in using BikePed Portal for archiving bicycle and pedestrian counts for your community, please contact us at bikepedportal@pdx.edu

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Access Data

If you need to access data that are unaggregated, from multiple years, from multiple sites or regions, fill out this agreement form and we will contact you.

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Data Team

Tammy Lee, Data Manager
Aman Singh Solanki, Graduate Research Assistant