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Eco-Counter Worldwide Cycling Index 2018: the results!

Over 400 million trips logged by 2,725 counters spread across 32 countries. This is the data proved and validated for the Eco-Counter 2018 Worldwide Cycling Index that measures bicycle traffic trends from 2016 to 2017 in various countries around the world. Here are the results!

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Contribute to the Eco-Counter Worldwide Cycling Index!

We are just two months away from Velo-City 2018 in Rio and are excited to unveil the fourth edition of our Worldwide Cycling Index. This index measures the overall progression of total bicycle traffic volumes by both country and city.

Do you collect count data with systems other than Eco-Counter and wish to be included in the Index? We can include external data in the Index calculation, but send us your bicycle count data before May 20th!

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Eco-Counter 2015 Worldwide Cycling Index: +3% between 2014 and 2015!

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 unique scope and range provided by the Eco-Counter cycling database, allows for the accurate measurement of the progression of worldwide bicycle traffic, year-over-year.

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Eco-Counter Worldwide Cycling Index 2015: contribute now!

We are just 2 months away from Velo-City 2016 in Taipei, and are excited to be unveiling the second edition of our Worldwide Cycling Index. This index measures the overall progression of total bicycle traffic by country.

Send us your bicycle count data before January 10th to make sure your city will make it into the Index!
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Unveiling the first Eco-Counter Worldwide Cycling Index

How has bicycle use progressed globally? This is a very difficult question to answer. However, drawing on a database of 1196 counters across 29 countries, counting 218 million cyclists, Eco-Counter has developed an effective response. The index – a simple calculation for traffic progression from one year to the next – only includes counters with data from both 2013 and 2014.

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