Update 15 February: New sites in new council areas are now available. Click below to grab your spot.
Registrations are now open for Bicycle Network’s Super Tuesday bike counts on 5 March, where hundreds of volunteers will take to intersections during the morning peak to collect vital data on active commuting.
More than 50 councils around the country have registered for Super Tuesday 2024 and sites are up for grabs across Melbourne, Sydney, regional Victoria and NSW, Adelaide, Perth and Hobart. Counting takes place between 7am and 9am.
You can browse the available locations and select your site through the interactive map here.
All Super Tuesday volunteer counters receive a $70 donation to a club or charity on their behalf or a six-month Bicycle Network membership.
The data collected through Super Tuesday counts provides local councils with valuable insights on active transport.
It includes rich longitudinal data on directional flow, gender, volume and user type (walker, runner, bike rider, scooter or other).
More than 120,000 active transport journeys were logged during Super Tuesday 2023, when volunteers set up at 785 sites across Victoria, Tasmania, South Australia, Western Australia and New South Wales.
Understanding long-term patterns in commuter movements helps councils monitor the impacts of active transport policy and prioritise planning and infrastructure projects in need of improvement.
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