COVID-19: During these exceptional times, we are here to help you understand how the pandemic – and temporary infrastructure, popups and social distancing measures in response – is impacting walking and biking in your area. Get in touch to talk about your project, and explore our new interactive dashboard tracking how bike counts have changed over the past few months.

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For 20 years, Eco-Counter has been dedicated to the development of solutions for counting pedestrians and cyclists, providing communities with the necessary tools to collect and communicate the data they need. As a company, we focus exclusively on people counting and design and manufacture a range of counting systems, each developed to meet the latest needs of the organizations we work with.

Our highly-accurate counting systems are robust, waterproof, and discreet, the ideal solution in a wide variety of urban and natural environments. Eco-Counter is trusted all over the world – from bike counters deployed on the busiest cycle tracks of New York City, to trail counters in remote regions of the Rockies.

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Counting the impact of the pandemic on parks and trails
Counting Projects News
Note: This short blog post is an article that appeared in the November 2020 edition of Parks & Recreation Business Magazine. We hope you enjoy (...)
Counting mountain bike trail users in Quebec
Counting Projects News
Even before this year, mountain biking was growing in popularity. Then came COVID-19, which resulted in many bike shops running out of bikes and an (...)
Pedestrianization – a data-driven approach in Kelowna, Canada
Counting Projects Data Visualization News
Across North America, planners, downtown managers and health experts have been working tirelessly to reinvent our public space for social distancing (...)
From pilot to permanent: the case of the Burrard Bridge…
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In this month’s blog post, we are going to step back in time to look at one of our favorite projects ever, the Burrard Bridge bike lane project (...)
Temporary and pop-up bike-ped infrastructure: measure impact and make it…
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In order to give more space to pedestrians and cyclists during the COVID-19 pandemic, many cities have begun to deploy temporary and pop-up active (...)
COVID-19 : using count data to understand changing bike and…
Counting Projects Data Visualization News
In the past few weeks, governments around the world have taken drastic actions to slow the spread of COVID-19. During this time, count data has taken (...)
COVID-19: the evolution of bicycle and pedestrian activity following containment…
Data Visualization
At this time, it is estimated that more than one billion people around the world are confined, or isolated, due the Coronavirus pandemic. The (...)
Introducing our partnership with IMBA and the Trails Count Grant…
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We are really excited to announced a new partnership for this year with IMBA, the International Mountain Bicycling Association. The partnership will (...)
Introducing data reconstruction – the case of the blocked bike…
Counting Projects Data Visualization Planner Resources
A few months ago, I had to take a detour on my bike commute to work at the Eco-Counter office in Montreal. On my usual route, a three block section (...)
Gathering Place – A Data-Driven Park
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Note: This article was originally published in the November edition of Parks and Rec Business magazine and on their blog. The article is authored (...)

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Our passion, expertise and leading customer service have made us the leader in people counting solutions. More than 20,000 counting systems have been installed in 55 countries. Eco-Counters are trusted in Sydney, San Francisco, Mont-Saint-Michel, Santiago de Chile, and Yosemite National Park.

With offices in France and Canada and more than thirty distributors and local partners, Eco-Counter has a truly global network. Our passionate and skilled people are committed to providing the best customer service world-wide.

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With offices in France and Canada, Eco-Counter is a human-sized company that prides itself on the shared values of respect, hard work, dedication, integrity, and constant improvement.

Everyone who works here loves what they do and why they do it – our bike rack is always full. We proudly develop and manufacture our products in France, before testing them all over the world.

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