Data and resources
- COVID-19 Bike and Pedestrian Count Changes - Welcome to the Unique Spring 2020 Pedestrian and Bicyclist Traffic page! Scroll through the interactive StoryMap to see the dramatic changes in active transportation throughout Governor Tim Walz’s peacetime state of emergency and stay at home orders while exploring weekly changes through mid-May. The StoryMap also features short sections of insight on the Twin Cities metro area and the impact of a mid-spring snowstorm. Stay active and stay safe, Minnesota! Published August, 2020 Product of the Office of Transit and Active Transportation
- Minnesota’s 2018-2019 Walking and Bicycling Data Report Update (PDF) - The latest annual statewide analysis of people walking and bicycling between 2014 and 2019.
- Minnesota’s 2017 Walking and Bicycling Data Report (PDF) - The first statewide analysis of people walking and bicycling, including data from 2014-2017.
- Pedestrian and Bicyclist Data (Excel) - This file contains daily people volumes collected at several sites across Minnesota. Methodology for this data is in the above data reports.
- Data collection manual (PDF) - A Minnesota-specific manual for collecting bicycle and pedestrian data
- Economic bicycling study - A study detailing the economic impact of bicycling in Minnesota. Produced by MnDOT, Minnesota Department of Health and the University of MN.
- The Minnesota Bicycle and Pedestrian Counting Initiative: Institutionalizing Bicycle and Pedestrian Monitoring - Summarizes the early efforts taken to establish MnDOT's Pedestrian and Bicyclist Data Program.
- Pedestrian Crossings and Safety on Four Anishinaabe Reservations in Minnesota - Tribal, state and local governments convened to quantify known pedestrian behaviors and safety risks, and then identify, plan, fund and implement countermeasures to improve safety on four Anishinaabe reservations in northern Minnesota.
- MnDOT Strategic Plan for Pedestrian and Bicyclist Data (PDF) - This plan outlines five strategies with 26 activities to guide and improve MnDOT’s Data Program in the short- and long-term.