2019 Cycle Count

 

We have been collecting data from electronic bike counters at various points around the city since May 2018. The figures represent the number of times we have counted people on bikes. Depending on where you are going you may have been counted by more than one counter or counted by the same counter again. More counters have been added throughout the year, and each dataset below shows the figures split by counter to give a clear view of the activity across the city during 2019.

  

Download the full set of cycle count data for January 2019 (XLS 169KB)

Download the full set of cycle count data for February 2019 (XLS 241KB)

Download the full set of cycle count data for March 2019 (XLS 282KB)

Download the full set of cycle count data for April 2019 (XLS 258KB)

Download the full set of cycle count data for May 2019 (XLS 329KB)

Download the full set of cycle count data for June 2019 (XLS 232KB)

Download the full set of cycle count data for July 2019 (XLS 310KB)

Download the full set of cycle count data for August 2019 (XLS 1.25MB)

Download the full set of cycle count data for September 2019 (XLS 1.32MB)

Download the full set of cycle count data for October 2019 (XLS 280KB)

Download the full set of cycle count data for November 2019 (XLS 328KB)

Download the full set of cycle count data for December 2019 (XLS 331KB)

  

We publish the latest cycle counts every month - keep up to date with the latest figures

Or see cycle count data from 2018

 

About our counters

 

Manual cordon counts have been happening throughout Wellington since 2000. Since late 2017, we’ve been installing electronic eco-counters around the city to more accurately record the numbers of people making trips by bike.

We collect data from the counters each month and this shows how many people on bikes have passed each point, and when. Some counters record more information such as the direction of travel and the number of people on foot passing the same point.