Cycling and Pedestrian Surveys
People travelling under their own power in urban areas has grown dramatically in most cities and towns over the last 10 years. In London for example, over half a million cycle journeys are undertaken each day. Rising fuel costs and commuter congestion has driven this trend but urban planners have enabled it with better facilities and integrated transport systems.
Transport planners rely on accurate surveys and reports about non-motorised users to ensure that the infrastructure can support future trends effectively and safely.
Data on where people start and end their journeys; what routes they take; how often they do it and why; perceptions and opinions; usage observations and counts
User Intercept Interview Surveys; Postcard Questionnaires; Household Interviews; Travel Diaries; Bluetooth; Tag-and-Trace; Mobile Network Data; Video Analytics; Bluetooth/Wi-Fi; Manual observation; Automatic counting
From a single survey site to network-wide surveys and travel census projects; from a single peak hour to continuous, long-term monitoring.