Bicycle Counts

Two separate data sets are available:

1. Ongoing intersections counts: these are cyclist counts that have been gathered at intersections in order to measure the amount of cycling traffic at certain locations. These counts are typically done using automatic bike counters or by manual count. This dataset is continually updated as additional counts are completed.

2. One-time downtown screenline cyclist count: This study was conducted in September, 2010 and is used as a baseline for tracking cyclist trends. This Count provides data on how many cyclists are riding on downtown streets, when and where they are riding, and other characteristics about cyclists such as helmet use, gender, sidewalk riding, and whether the cyclist is transporting a passenger.

Data and Resources

Additional Info

Field Value
Last Updated December 5, 2019, 16:53 (UTC)
Created July 23, 2019, 16:33 (UTC)
Package ID a4cc9aa0-86a7-4177-b370-42e2294c2242
Package Name bicycle-counts
Excerpt This dataset contains the movements of cyclists at various intersections and multi-use trails within Toronto.
Limitations This data set is no longer being maintained. It is retired as of September 19th, 2019. It has been replaced with [Traffic Counts - Cycling](
Dataset Category Document
Refresh Rate As available
Retired Dataset True
Owner Division Transportation Services
Owner Email
Civic Issues Mobility
Topics Locations and mapping,Transportation
Information URL