2012 Bicycle-Pedestrian Counts
Thanks to the willingness of over 60 volunteers, WAMPO's first regional Bicycle - Pedestrian Count was a success! People from a variety of organizations volunteered to count the number of bicyclists and pedestrians at 35 sites across the greater Wichita area in September 2012. At each of the sites, volunteers manually counted the number of bicyclists and pedestrians over the course of two hours on two different days - one weekday and one weekend day. The project goal was to collect data that was representative of actual levels of biking and pedestrian activity in the region.
2012 Bicycle - Pedestrian Count Factsheet
2012 Count Data by Site
This data will be used to track usage on bicycle and pedestrian facilities, monitor the locations where bicycling and pedestrian activity take place, and inform future and on-going bicycle-pedestrian planning initiatives.
For more information on the Count, please contact Kristen Zimmerman at firstname.lastname@example.org or 316.352.4862.
WAMPO Regional Pathway System Plan
Adopted September 2007
Updated December 2011
The Regional Pathway System Plan (RPSP) identifies primary east/west and north/south corridors that connect most of the communities in the WAMPO region. These regional corridors create a framework for biking facilities and help lay the foundation for identifying missing links. The regional corridors can be looked at as a backbone system that connects existing and future bicycle/pedestrian facilities.
Regional Pathway System Plan (Updated December 2011)
(Due to the large size of the file, the Plan has been broken down to the following sections):
Cover and Table of Contents
Bicycle System Plan Update
Priority Missing Links
Emerging Opportunities & Issues