Ward 30 Bikes asked the City of Toronto Open Data portal for any Bike Count Data they had for Ward 30.
We received five data sets:
- Martin Goodman Trail East (5 days)
- Lake Shore / Logan (9 days)
- Lower Don Trail at Queen Street Bridge (6 days)
- Bloor & Castle Frank (1 day)
(received but not included in this article is the “East Don Trail” data at Wynford Heights Crescent near Eglinton Avenue)
Her’s a Map showing the locations of the Count data that Open Data sent us.
Used the excel data table to make 9 graphs of 3 days of the data at three locations – the 10th graph image is produced by Transportation Services. It represents 24 hours of data collection at Bloor & Castle Frank on July 23 2010; I’ve annotated the image of it with the necessary reference information that was also part of the Transportation Division’s .pdf.
The data comes in .xls tables – like this one:
Also of some relevance to Ward 30 is the 2010 Bicycle Screen Count – that info is at this link at the bottom of the page.
Martin Goodman Trail East
The “Martin Goodman Trail East” file contains data for July 1st to 5th, 2013 – 24 hour data collection on the Martin Goodman Trail at Coxwell Ave – Eastbound and Westbound.
Plotted is July 1st, 2nd and 3rd – on three line graphs:
|Automated Bike Count – Martin Goodman Trail East at Ashbridge’s Bay Park – Saturday 2013-06-01 – W30B Graph|
|Automated Bike Count – Martin Goodman Trail East at Ashbridge’s Bay Park – Sunday 2013-06-02 – W30B Graph|
|Automated Bike Count – Martin Goodman Trail East at Ashbridge’s Bay Park – Monday 2013-06-03 – W30B Graph|
Lake Shore / Logan
This count is over 10 days in 2013 – October 2nd to 10th.
Plotted is Wednesday, October 2nd to Friday October 4th:
|Automated Bike Count – Lake Shore Blvd Bike Trail at Logan Ave – Wednesday October 2 2013|
|Automated Bike Count – Lake Shore Blvd Bike Trail at Logan Ave – Thursday October 3 2013|
|Automated Bike Count – Lake Shore Blvd Bike Trail at Logan Ave – Friday October 4 2013|
Lower Don Trail Queen St. E. Bridge
This count was preformed over 5 days in 2012 – Tuesday, September 25th to Sunday September 30th. Plotted is the first 3 days. Weekend numbers nearly doubled.
|Automated Bicycle Counts at Lower Don Trail just North of the Queen St. stairs – Tuesday September 25 2012|
|Automated Bicycle Counts at Lower Don Trail just North of the Queen St. stairs – Wednesday September 26 2012|
|Automated Bicycle Counts at Lower Don Trail just North of the Queen St. stairs – Thursday September 27 2012|
Bloor & Castle Frank
I believe this location was part of Transportation Division Cycling Infrastructure and Program Unit’s Downtown Screen Count.
|Summary of Automatic Bicycle Counts Bloor St. at Castle Frank – Eastbound and Westbound July 23 2010|
City of Toronto “Open Data” page: http://www1.toronto.ca/wps/portal/contentonly?vgnextoid=9e56e03bb8d1e310VgnVCM10000071d60f89RCRD
(under “B” for Bicycle)
“Transportation Services, Cycling Infrastructure & Programs – Bicycle Count and Locations” | http://www1.toronto.ca/wps/portal/contentonly?vgnextoid=fda3e75423b0d210VgnVCM1000003dd60f89RCRD&vgnextchannel=1a66e03bb8d1e310VgnVCM10000071d60f89RCRD
2010 Downtown Bicycle Screen Count (at address above, see links to file sets)
Ward 30 Bikes