Rochester, New York - National Bicycle and Pedestrian Documentation Project

One of the greatest challenges facing the bicycle and pedestrian field is the lack of documentation on usage and demand. Without accurate and consistent demand and usage figures, it is difficult to measure the positive benefits of investments in these modes, especially when compared to the other transportation modes such as the private automobile. An answer to this need for data is the National Bicycle & Pedestrian Documentation Project (NBPD Project), co-sponsored by and Alta Planning and Design and the Institute of Transportation Engineers (ITE) Pedestrian and Bicycle Council. This nationwide effort provides consistent model of data collection and ongoing data for use by planners, governments, and bicycle and pedestrian professionals. - from the NBPD Project Website

This site is intended to help organizes the efforts to conduct these counts in Rochester, New York. For further information please contact Robert Torzynski or Richard DeSarra

map of Count sites
01 - Hudson Ave at Norton Street
02 - Dewey Ave near Augustine St
03 - Lake Ave at Driving Park Ave
04 - Clifford Ave at Conkey Ave
05 - Portland Ave at Clifford Ave
06 - Culver Rd at Bay St
07 - University Ave at Atlantic Ave
08 - Park Ave Near Oxford St
09 - Monroe Ave at Alexander St
10 - Main St at Clinton Ave
11 - Main St at Exchange St
12 - Genesee Riverway Trl at Court St
13 - Genesee Riverway Trl near South Ave
14 - Smith St near Bridge
15 - Lyell Ave at Dewey Ave
16 - W. Main St at Genesee St
17 - Kirkland Rd at Genesee St
18 - Ford St Bridge
19 - Univ of Rochester Bridge - Genesee R.
20 - Elmwood Ave Bridge - Genesee River
21 - Canalway Trail Bridge - Genesee R.
22 - Monroe Ave at Culver Rd
23 - Kendrick Rd at Erie Canalway Trail