Bicycle and Pedestrian Counts

This page contains data for pedestrian and bicyclist traffic counts.

Walking and Biking in Numbers

Pedestrian and bicyclist counts are conducted each year at a variety of locations including bicycle paths, pedestrian shortcuts, local streets, downtown streets, on bridges, in parks, near schools and transit stations.

This report looks at 11 years of Minneapolis pedestrian and bicyclist traffic count data from 2007-2017.

Minneapolis Pedestrian and Bicyclist Daily Traffic Counts

This map contains data for daily pedestrian and bicyclist traffic counts conducted by Minneapolis Public Works from 2007 to 2017. When zoomed in, the numbers displayed are the most recent data available. A count of "0" indicates that no data was collected at that location.

There are two layers on this map: one for pedestrian counts and one for bicyclist counts. If both layers are ‘on’ only the topmost layer (pedestrians) will display the counts. To see bicycle counts, turn off the pedestrian layer.

Bar charts only show one location at a time; to see a specific count zoom into that location.

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Matthew Dyrdahl

Bike and Pedestrian Coordinator