Traffic counts help us better understand spatial relationships and temporal trends in travel activity. In the last decade, many of Vermont's transportation planning agencies, along with VTrans, have started counting bicyclists and pedestrians. Vermont is now a leader in the field, with several different agencies and the University of Vermont all active in counting non-motorized travel. This tool provides access to all of Vermont's non-motorized activity count data, dating back as far as 2006, taken directly from a database of counts from various sources, that is updated regularly. The most recent counts included are from July 2016.
The data provided on this site is for informational and planning purposes only.
Absolutely no accuracy or completeness guarantee is implied or intended.
UVM Transportation Research Center
Jon Kaplan, VTrans Bicycle and Pedestrian Program Manager