Transportation & Communities Summit 2019: Counting the Underrepresented in Transportation Data: Bicyclists and Pedestrians
Thursday, September 19, 2019
8:30 a.m. - 10 a.m. PDT
Portland, OR, United States
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Building a Non-Motorized Counts Program in Bend Oregon: A Partnership Story
Josh Roll, Oregon Department of Transportation
Transportation planning staff in Bend, Oregon have developed a traffic counts program that collects all users of the road. With technical support from Oregon Department of Transportation, they are solving multiple technical issues such as how to streamline the deployment of sensors and the transmitting, processing, and summarizing of the collected data. These data are then put to use in crash analysis helpful to understand systemic risk for non-motorized users of the system.
Caltrans and Multimodal Planning with Big Data
Matthew Pettit, Streetlight Data
The California Department of Transportation, Caltrans worked with big data to derive several key bicycle and pedestrian transportation analytics using the StreetLight Data software platform that uses machine learning on millions of cell phone pings from location-based services and GPS points in North America.
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