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Traffic Counts

The following traffic count data has been collected from various sources and is to be used for general planning purposes only. COMPASS does not conduct traffic counts and assumes no responsibility for the accuracy of this information. Updates will be posted as new information becomes available. Questions regarding this dataset can be directed to MaryAnn Waldinger at 208-475-2242.

Traffic Counts

Ada County Traffic Counts

Canyon County Traffic Counts

Additional traffic count information is available via the Ada County Highway District and the Idaho Transportation Department.

Bicycle and Pedestrian Counts

Since the fall of 2015, COMPASS has installed automated bicycle and pedestrian counters throughout the Treasure Valley. These counts help measure the demand of active transportation modes within Ada and Canyon County, and data received is used to help with prioritizing projects, determining need, and monitoring success. The following count data has been collected from various sources and is to be used for general planning purposes only. COMPASS assumes no responsibility for the accuracy of this information. Listed below are the annual reports for each permanent counter locations monitored. For 2015 data, please contact Braden Cervetti (208/475-2233).

Location

Site

Report Year

Ada County

Boise River Greenbelt - Eckert Bridge

2016

2017

City of Boise

Boise River Greenbelt - Friendship Bridge

2016

2017

City of Boise

Boise River Greenbelt - Anne Frank Memorial

2016

2017

City of Boise

Boise River Greenbelt - Trestle Bridge

2016

2017

City of Caldwell

Boise River Greenbelt – Whittenberger Park

2016

2017

City of Caldwell

Indian Creek Pathway

2016

2017

City of Eagle

Boise River Greenbelt – Reid Merrill Park

2016

2017

City of Garden City Boise River Greenbelt – Glenwood Bridge

City of Kuna

Indian Creek Pathway

2016

2017

City of Meridian Tully Park – Five Mile Creek Pathway

City of Nampa

Wilson Pathway

2016

2017

City of Nampa

Stoddard Pathway

2016

2017

Request counts in your area and learn more about the Bicycle and Pedestrian Count Program.