• TRB 99th Annual Meeting

      January 12–16, 2020

    • Interactive Program

2017

Annual Meeting Event Detail




Poster Session 285

Exploring Innovative Data Sources and Approaches for Bicycle and Pedestrian Data Collection

Monday 10:15 AM- 12:00 PM
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Poster
Sirisha Kothuri, Portland State University,
Sarah O'Brien, UNC Highway Safety Research Center

Sponsored by:
Standing Committee on Highway Traffic Monitoring (ABJ35)
Subcommittee on Bicycle and Pedestrian Data (ABJ35(3))

Advances in data gathering technology have presented the opportunity to automatically collect data on nonmotorized modes of travel. This advance opens up data management opportunities and challenges. The session explores the viability of using innovative data sources and sensors to answer important research questions related to bicyclists and pedestrians.  Other topics include estimating nonmotorized volume, building reliable adjustment factors from short-duration counts, monitoring program considerations, and methods to predict pedestrian flow.



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Title Presentation Number
Strategies for Monitoring Multiuse Trail Networks: Implications for Practice
Greg Lindsey, University of Minnesota
Jeffrey Wilson, IUPUI
Jueyu Wang, University of Minnesota
Tracy Loh, Brookings Institution
Show Abstract
17-03773
Designing a Bicycle and Pedestrian Traffic Monitoring Program to Estimate Annual Average Daily Traffic in a Small Rural College Town
Tianjun Lu, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University
Ralph Buehler, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University
Andrew Mondschein, University of Virginia
Steve Hankey, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University
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17-01652
Estimating Bicycle Trip Volume for Miami-Dade County from Strava Tracking Data
Hartwig Hochmair, University of Florida
Eric Bardin, University of Florida
Ahmed Ahmouda, University of Florida
Show Abstract
17-06577
Bicycle Traffic Volume Estimation Using Neighbor Links Data
Mohamed El Esawey, Ain Shams University
Show Abstract
17-01438
Quality Measure of Short-Duration Bicycle Counts
David Beitel, McGill University
Spencer McNee, McGill University
Luis Miranda-Moreno, McGill University
Show Abstract
17-01625
Estimating Seasonal Average Daily Bicyclists Using 2-h Short Duration Counts
Adam Budowski, No Organization
Fraser McLaughlin, Eco-Counter
Krista Nordback, UNC Highway Safety Research Center
Jeannette Montufar, MORR Transportation Consulting Ltd.
Show Abstract
17-01009
Urban Trails and Demand Response to Weather Variations
Alireza Ermagun, Northwestern University
Greg Lindsey, University of Minnesota
Tracy Loh, Brookings Institution
Show Abstract
17-06494
Using Machine Learning Techniques to Estimate Nonmotorized Trips for Rural Roadways
Subasish Das, Texas A&M Transportation Institute
Karen Dixon, Texas A&M Transportation Institute
Raul Avelar, Texas A&M Transportation Institute
Kay Fitzpatrick, Texas A&M Transportation Institute
Show Abstract
17-03870
Estimating Latent Cycling and Walking Ttrips in Montreal, Canada
Catherine Morency, Ecole Polytechnique de Montreal
Hubert Verreault, Ecole Polytechnique de Montreal
Alexis Frappier, Réseau de Transport Métropolitain
Show Abstract
17-04403
Active Travel Behavior in Border Region of Texas and New Mexico: Motivators, Deterrents, and Characteristics
Ipek Sener, Texas A&M Transportation Institute
Richard Lee, Texas A&M Transportation Institute
Show Abstract
17-01720
Up on the 606: Understanding Use of New Elevated Pedestrian and Bicycle Trail in Chicago, Illinois
Paul Gobster, U.S. Forest Service
Sonya Sachdeva, U.S. Forest Service
Greg Lindsey, University of Minnesota
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17-02612
Geographic Age and Gender Representation in Volunteered Cycling Safety Data: Case Study of Bikemaps.org
Colin Ferster, University of Victoria
Trisalyn Nelson, Arizona State University
Meghan Winters, Simon Fraser University
Karen Laberee, Simon Fraser University
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17-01439
Safety Perceptions, Roadway Characteristics, and Cyclists’ Demographics: Study of Crowdsourced Smartphone Bicycle Safety Data
Miguel Figliozzi, Portland State University
Bryan Blanc, Portland State University
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17-03262
Development and Testing of Laser-Based Automated Pedestrian-Cyclist Counting System
Asad Lesani, McGill University
Anthony Andreoli, McGill University
Luis Miranda-Moreno, McGill University
Show Abstract
17-03550
Structural Analysis of Public Bicycle Station Movements Based on Smartcard Data
zheng zhang, Beijing University of Technology
Yanyan Chen, Beijing University of Technology
Jianhui Lai, Beijing University of Technology
Tianwen Liang, Beijing University of Technology
Show Abstract
17-02713
Identification and Prediction of Large Pedestrian Flow in Urban Areas Based on Hybrid Detection Approach
Jian Sun, Shanghai Jiao Tong University
Show Abstract
17-06607
An Enhanced Method to Improve Detection Rate and Precision of Pedestrian Flow Under Wi-Fi-Based System
Yuchuan Du, Tongji University
Jinsong Yue, Tongji University
Yuxiong Ji, Tongji University
Lijun Sun, Tongji University
Show Abstract
17-03017
Estimating Pedestrian Densities, Wait Times, and Flows Using Wi-Fi and Bluetooth Sensors
Abdullah Kurkcu, New York University
Kaan Ozbay, New York University Tandon School of Engineering
Show Abstract
17-02095
Cost of Independent Bicycle and Pedestrian Projects: Data, Challenges, and Variations
Srinivas Pulugurtha, University of North Carolina, Charlotte
Venkata Duddu, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
Synthia Tagar, University of North Carolina, Charlotte
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17-05075
Large-Scale Collection and Formatting of Pedestrian and Bicycle Geospatial Assets in North Carolina
Meredith Stull, NCSU-ITRE
Kristy Jackson, Stewart Inc
Sarah O'Brien, UNC Highway Safety Research Center
Show Abstract
17-00180
Extrapolation and Factoring Methods for Recreational Greenway Trails
Daniel J Findley, North Carolina State University
Sarah Searcy, Institute for Transportation Research and Education (ITRE)
Kristy Jackson, Stewart Inc
Sarah O'Brien, UNC Highway Safety Research Center
Thomas Cook, No Organization
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17-01543
Quality Assurance and Quality Control Processes for Large-Scale Bicycle and Pedestrian Volume Data Program
Kristy Jackson, Stewart Inc
Sarah O'Brien, UNC Highway Safety Research Center
Sarah Searcy, Institute for Transportation Research and Education (ITRE)
Shannon Warchol, Kittelson & Associates, Inc. (KAI)
Show Abstract
17-03067
Pedestrians Count! How to Measure Foot Traffic
Sirisha Kothuri, Portland State University
Krista Nordback, UNC Highway Safety Research Center
Peyton Mcleod, Sprinkle Consulting, Inc.
Theodore Petritsch, Landis, Evans and Partners, Inc.
Eliot Rose, ICF
Hannah Twaddell, ICF
Show Abstract
17-02125
Bicycle and Pedestrian Counts at Signalized Intersections Using Existing Infrastructure: Opportunities and Challenges
Sirisha Kothuri, Portland State University
Krista Nordback, UNC Highway Safety Research Center
Andrew Schrope, No Organization
Taylor Phillips, Portland State University
Miguel Figliozzi, Portland State University
Show Abstract
17-05421
Motorist-Cyclist Crash Data Needs in U.S. Communities
Geoff Gibson, WSP
Krista Nordback, UNC Highway Safety Research Center
Sirisha Kothuri, Portland State University
Nicholas Ferenchak, University of New Mexico
Wesley Marshall, University of Colorado, Denver
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17-06057