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    RE: Analyzing STRAVA Data

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    In the City of Peterborough, Ontario, we compared Strava data to our manual counts and eco-counts and found that it is not generally representative of cycling patterns here due to the strong use by recreational cyclists, but not others. We found that ...

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    Hi Jessica, I would like a copy as well. Great topic! Thank you for doing that! Amy​ ------------------------------ Amy Jackson Kimley-Horn SAN DIEGO CA 619-744-0143 ------------------------------

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    ​ The National Transportation Safety Board met on Nov. 5, 2019, to adopt the findings and recommendations of Safety Research Report 'Bicyclist safety on US Roadways: Crash Risks and Countermeasures.' 'Bicyclist Safety on US Roadways: Crash Risks ...

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    Automated Ped Counts

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    Hi All, NYC DOT is looking to update our recurring pedestrian count program to the 21 st century. We had previously been working with Motionloft out of San Francisco to collect automated 24/7 data. However we recently learned they are winding down ...

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