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Sunday, March 10 • 9:45am - 10:45am
Collecting and Applying Bike Data: Current and Future Trends

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Data, data, data - it's everywhere, all the time.  From automated counters to GPS trace data, demographic surveys to crash statistics, data plays an increasingly pivotal role in cycling planning.

But how is data collected? How is data applied? What can be done with bike data? What are the best practices?

During this data session, learn from industry experts and practitioners about current and future bike data trends.



Speakers
avatar for Aaron Goldbeck

Aaron Goldbeck

Transportation Planner & Micro Mobility Specialist, District Dept. of Transportation
Manager of Capital Bikeshare contract, citywide bike planner, dockless bike/scooter & micro mobility planning
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David Patton

Bicycle and Pedestrian Planner, Arlington County (Virginia) Division of Transportation
Ten years with Arlington County, previously with Virginia DOT. Counts, data, big projects, evolution of technology.
avatar for Kelly Corbin

Kelly Corbin

Planner, Minnesota Department of Transportation
Kelly Corbin works at MN Department of Transportation on expanding Safe Routes to School efforts and providing technical assistance to Local Public Health professionals partnering with Schools and Cities for Active Transportation efforts. Previously she was the Physical Activity... Read More →
avatar for Amelia Neptune

Amelia Neptune

Program Director, Bicycle Friendly America, League of American Bicyclists
avatar for Matthew Ainsley

Matthew Ainsley

Market Strategist, Eco-Counter
Matt Ainsley is the Market Strategist for Eco-Counter in Montreal. A year-round cyclist, Matt’s role in Eco-Counter revolves around ensuring organizations have the tools necessary to collect and communicate robust, accurate, and powerful bike count data. Outside of work you can... Read More →
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Barrett Hedges

Data Services, Eco-Counter
Barrett Hedges is the Head of Data Services at Eco-Counter in Montreal, Quebec. With a background in urban planning and data science, Barrett's role at Eco-Counter is to ensure that the data cities depend on to make decisions can not only be trusted, but can help tell a good story... Read More →



Sunday March 10, 2019 9:45am - 10:45am EDT
Kennedy 3rd Floor