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Transport data collection

Our transport data collection services help guide infrastructure investment in local communities and support the growth of active transport.

As a not-for-profit organisation, we are on a mission to make it easier for everybody to ride a bike. By working with Bicycle Network you are supporting the growth of active transport across the country and helping us build a healthier and happier Australia.

Why collect transport data?

  • To better understand transport choices and behaviors within our cities
  • Help guide sustainable infrastructure investments in local communities
  • Provide evidence based active transport planning
  • Establish baseline data before infrastructure interventions
  • Monitor and evaluate transport projects
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Our services – Active transport data collection

Super counts

Our super counts collect active travel data for local councils, with the goal of making it easier for more people to choose active modes every day.

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Custom counts

A fully customised manual active transport data collection method for bicycle, pedestrian and intersection surveys.

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Automated surveys

Our AI-based surveys autonomously capture traffic data, providing solutions to traffic management, resource allocation and urban planning decisions.

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Accurate data collection

Our reliable traffic and transport survey services allow us to collect a range of robust data including:

Traffic volume
Traffic volume
Traffic direction
Traffic flow & directionality
Demographics
Demographics*
Path tracing
Road space use
Speed analysis
Speed analysis
Road user conflict
Road user conflict

*Active transport only

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