August 12


City staff and consultants are seeing a surge in pedestrian and bicycling activity, leading to more scrutiny of ped and bike facilities. But how do you economically collect pedestrian and bicycle data?

In this PowerPoint deck, Professor Grant Schultz and his team from BYU show how they used countCAMs to collect the data they needed to study “Compliance at Pedestrian Crossings” for the Utah DOT. Note - there are surprising compliance results at the end of the ppt about HAWK Signals, RRFBs, OFBs, and ORRFBs compared to baseline crosswalks.

(thank you to Dr. Schultz for granting us permission to share his work)

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Mike Spack

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