There is limited data on the number of pedestrians and bicyclists using our region’s active transportation infrastructure.

To help decision-makers better understand how pedestrian and bicycle facilities are being used, H-GAC installed four long term pedestrian/bicyclist counters along several popular corridors in the City of Houston and also loans short-term pedestrian/bicyclist counters to local governments & non-profits.

Long-Term Counter Report

Complete this form to see bicyclist and pedestrian traffic counts from one of our four long-term counters in Houston.

You’ll be presented with a web version of your custom report, which can be shared with others. You’ll also be able to download a PDF copy of your custom report and download the raw count data in an Excel workbook.

Customize Your Report

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Mobile Counters

H-GAC has mobile counters that use infrared technology to count the number of people using off-street pedestrian and bicycle facilities (shared-use paths, sidewalks, etc.). Unlike the long-term counters these devices do not have the ability to divide traffic into pedestrians & bicyclists. Since 2012, these counters have been deployed at more than 250 locations throughout the region.

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Use Our Mobile Counters

Our counters can be requested and borrowed by local governments and transportation agencies.

PedBike Counting Workshop

In 2013, H-GAC held a workshop providing more information on how our region’s communities can conduct their own pedestrian and bicycle counts.