2013 Boston Bike Counts

Since 2007 Boston has seen a 78% increase in cycling. Below you can find data from 2013, as well as data dating back to 2007. Click on each image to view a larger version.

Counts are conducted each Fall during the hours of 7-9am and 4-6pm. Thank you to all those who have volunteered their time throughout the years.

Questions, comments, or concerns? Please contact Najah Shakir at najah.shakir@boston.gov.

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  1. Alan Wright
    Posted January 12, 2014 at 9:18 pm | Permalink

    As you prepare for the 2014 count I think it would be useful to have some dialogue with counters. I did Perkins & J-Way this year and was confused about how to count (or not) the many cyclists that arrived and departed only on Perkins, or truned off of Perkins onto the J-Way path. The instructions stated to count only those approaching from north or south on J-Way. Also, the VFW & West Rox count location is useless. It would be much better to add Weld & Centre St as there are many who cross through it. Also, add a count on Center in front of Faulkner as more riders are coming up that way but Centre between Faulkner and Hebrew Rehab is a dangerous passage.

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