We know how important Car and Pedestrian counts are to site selection, so we've made improvements to our datasets that allow you to easily incorporate them into your market research. Take a peek at the updates below:

Modeled or Municipal, all counts look the same

We've consolidated the two separate traffic controls to be accessed from one drop-down. Where before there was an option for Modeled Counts or Municipal Counts, now there's just "Traffic Volumes":

Search for all available counts at once

When you select "Car" or "Pedestrian" counts from the Traffic Volumes drop-down, you'll automatically see all traffic points load in, regardless of which source they come from:

Yellow to Red Gradient

When looking at a landscape of results, lower volumes are more yellow and higher volumes are more red:

Show counts for an entire city geography

You can now load hundreds of traffic points on the map at once. Just make sure you're at search level 13 or closer, and you're good to go. You can tell what level of geography you're at by looking at your URL:

Click to find out more

To find out the date, source, or time series of a specific count, just click on the point to get more information. Depending on whether or not there's a time series included, the points might look different.

Share your findings

All counts can be visualized on the Overview map of your online Shared Reports. Just select from the drop-down whether you want to show "Car" or "Pedestrians". 

Click on the different points to see specific counts. 

👉  Keep in Mind

  • These layers can be toggled on and off by any individual who you share the report with.

Print a map showing traffic data

Use the PDF print tool to create a full-page PDF map showing traffic volumes.

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