Welcome to the Bike Count Data Clearinghouse!


What is the Bike Count Data Clearinghouse?

The Bike Count Data Clearinghouse was initially developed by the UCLA Institute of Transportation Studies in 2014 to provide quick, easy to find, and free access to bicycle volume counts throughout Los Angeles County. This effort provided a platform for anyone to access counts for planning, policy, outreach or analysis purposes as well as one place for people to upload counts as they are conducted.

The goal of this collaborative effort is to streamline and enhance the use of count data in transportation planning and policy. As a part of this project, the Southern California Association of Governments, along with partners at LA Metro, UCLA ITS and other project partners developed a bicycle count training manual and other related reports found on this page.

A new version of the Bicycle Count Data Clearinghouse is currently being developed by SCAG. We will update this page when the new version is available.

For questions about the Clearinghouse or technical support, please contact us at bikeclearinghouse@luskin.ucla.edu.



Related Project Documents

1) Conducting Bicycle and Pedestrian Counts: A Manual for Jurisdictions in Los Angeles County and Beyond

2) Recommended Count Form - Supervisor Form

3) Recommended Count Form - Tally Form

4) Literature Review

5) Bike Counts, Travel Demand Modeling, and Benefits Estimation: a White Paper

6) Union Station Bike Count Report