FHWA New Non-Motorized Travel Analysis Toolkit

January 22, 2016
The Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) newly released Non-Motorized Travel Analysis Toolkit, hosted by PBIC, includes 5 software applications to support pedestrian and bicycle transportation planning and model pedestrian or bicycle demand. Users can upload their own data to create their own customized analysis and maps.

The toolkit offers a suite of software applications that support pedestrian and bicycle transportation planning. Users can apply his/her own data, including models for demand estimation on roadway segments (or "links") and at intersections.

The on-going list of tools includes:

  • Pedestrian Volume (OLS Method & Negative Binomial Method)
  • Bicycle Volume (OLS Method & Negative Binomial Method)
  • Pedestrian Intersection Volume Model
Explore the toolkit.