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To provide accurate counting data on the railway stations usage, the French state-owned railway company SNCF used pedestrian counters for various temporary counting projects.
“Will building this new infrastructure increase the number of people riding their bicycles in my city?”
A look at how the data from Washington’s bike counters was useful to analyze the effect the Metro closure had on bike traffic numbers.
Over 218 million trips logged by 1,490 counters spread across 17 different countries: this is the data which has been qualified and validated for the Eco-Counter Worldwide Cycling Index 2015.
The lake is one of the important migratory passages for water-birds through Cyprus. And because of the birds visiting, pedestrian and bicycle counters installed saw a big increase.