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Date

8-27-2015

Description

Learn from experts and share your knowledge of how to count pedestrians. Are people with clipboards the only way? What technologies work and how can we use them? How can an agency improve an existing or start a new pedestrian count program? Join us for an information sharing webinar on this quickly evolving topic. We will learn from leaders in the field and encourage active audience involvement, so come prepared to share your experience!

This IBPI webinar is part of a project sponsored by FHWA to study best practices in pedestrian traffic monitoring.

Portland State University is working with ICF International and Sprinkle Consulting on a contract to the U.S. Department of Transportation, Federal Highway Administration to advise them on potential improvements to the Traffic Monitoring Guide specific to pedestrian travel.

The Q&A, available in the Additional Files, contains questions that were submitted during the webinar and the answers to them, which were not included in the broadcast due to time constraints.

Biographical

David Jones of the Federal Highway Administration will introduce the topic and provide FHWA's perspective on pedestrian travel monitoring.

Shawn Turner of the Texas Transportation Institute, primary author of the Traffic Monitoring Guide’s Chapter 4 on non-motorized traffic monitoring, will give background and basics of pedestrian counting.

Scott Brady, Manager of Travel Monitoring at the Delaware Valley Regional Planning Commission in the Philadelphia area will describe his agency’s extensive pedestrian count program.

Krista Nordback, TREC research associate and Portland State University researcher, will describe the ongoing efforts at Portland State to keep pedestrian and bicycle counts with the PORTAL database.

Theo Petritsch of Sprinkle Consulting will discuss data processing methods for short duration counts, including factoring.

Subjects

Transportation -- Data processing, Pedestrians -- Oregon, Automatic data collection systems

Disciplines

Transportation | Urban Studies

Persistent Identifier

http://archives.pdx.edu/ds/psu/18517

Webinar: Pedestrians Count! – How to Measure Foot Traffic

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