Cycle movement survey analysis is an important tool for studying bicycle movement patterns, which aids in the design and implementation of cycling infrastructure and regulations to encourage sustainable transportation. Our services include rigorous data gathering on the number of cyclists commuting from various points of origin to their destinations, as well as the study of cyclists’ behaviour, including their usage of pavement, cycle tracks, and any unlawful manoeuvres.
It involves utilising tally sheets or other devices to count the number of bicycles travelling through a certain location at various times of the day. Video recording is occasionally used to validate manual data collection. The acquired data is then analysed statistically to discover cycling demand and usage patterns, such as peak cycling times and average cycling duration.
The insights can be used to pinpoint areas with significant cycling demand and devise solutions. To encourage the use of alternate means of transportation, a transportation planner may advocate the development of new bike routes or the implementation of a bike-sharing scheme.
We have a team of professionals with experience conducting cycle movement surveys and offering useful insights that can be used to build cycling infrastructure and regulations that are tailored to the demands of a specific location. Our services are tailored to each client’s specific needs, and we use cutting-edge data collection and analysis methodologies to assure the accuracy and dependability of the results. Transportation planners and engineers can use our services to make educated decisions about the design and implementation of bicycle infrastructure and policies to promote sustainable transportation, improve the overall cycling experience, and minimise traffic congestion.