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Active Transportation COVID-19 Transportation System Reporting

As of July 31, 2022, we are no longer updating the COVID-19 dashboard but will keep it available for the time being as an archive for travel information and data collected during the pandemic.

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Measures showing the effect of COVID-19 on Active Transportation

Effect of COVID-19 on Active Transportation

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Source: WSDOT Active Transportation, WSDOT Transportation Data, GIS & Modeling Office

Notes: Baseline is defined as volume number from the same weekday of the same month from the year 2019. For example, Wednesday, April 3, 2019 would serve as the baseline for comparing the volume data from Wednesday, April, 1, 2020. Blank squares indicates that zero bicycles or pedestrians were recorded at a location on a given date in 2020 or on the corresponding date in 2019. Some of the percentage changes in the chart above are extremely large. This is due primarily to the relatively small numbers of bicyclists and pedestrians recorded at each location. For example, 59 bicyclists were observed on Wednesday, March 18, 2020 at the Ben Burr Trail in Spokane. On Wednesday, March 20, 2019, there were 3 bicyclists observed at the same location, resulting in an increase of 1,867%. If a counter continously indicates -100%, it may be experiencing technical difficulties.

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