Date published: Sep 14, 2010
Survey consists of responses from transportation professionals in 124 cities primarily in the U.S. and Canada to obtain information and opinions about traffic counting issues. Topics/questions include:
- Do you have permanent count stations installed in your jurisdiction? If so, can you collect data via telemetry from any of your permanent counters?
- If so, how do you decide where to place them?
- If so, what type of technology do you presently use for your permanent count stations?
- What type of technology do you presently use for your short-term counts?
- What percentage of your counts do you have to repeat because of some technical problem associated with the counter?
- What data do you typically obtain from your permanent counters?
- What data do you typically obtain from your short term counts?
- How frequently does your agency have counts collected at specific locations?
- How does your jurisdiction collect traffic counts?
- How is your count data used?
- Who completes quality control reviews of the data?
- What inherent level of inaccuracy would you say your traffic counts have on average?
- Please indicate the approximate amount of resources spent on your counting program per year.
- How do you test your counter equipment?
- What type of software do you use to quality control traffic counts?
- Who do you share your count data with?
- Are your count data available on your website?
- DO you have any inter-local agreements that coordinate traffic count activities among agencies?
- What improvements need to be made with counter equipment?
- What improvements need to be made with software used for quality control purposes?
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