2013 Roanoke National Bicycle and Pedestrian Documentation (NBPD) Project Volunteer Counter Sign Up Form
National Bicycle & Pedestrian Documentation (NBPD) Project Overview
The City of Roanoke, with assistance from the Roanoke Valley Area Metropolitan Planning Organization (RVAMPO), is participating in the 2013 National Bicycle & Pedestrian Documentation (NBPD) Project. Volunteers are needed to conduct manual counts of bicyclists and pedestrians at locations throughout the City of Roanoke during specified time(s). Official 2013 NBPD counts will be conducted at each location on one (1) weekday and one (1) weekend day as follows:
- Thursday September 12, 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm (rain date: Wednesday September 18, 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm)
- Saturday September 14, 12:00 pm - 2:00 pm (rain date: Sunday September 15,12:00 pm - 2:00 pm )
Each count period is 2 hours in duration, plus additional time to set up prior to conducting count (10 minutes or so). Volunteers will receive NBPD Project training and all requisite data collection materials (instructions, data collection sheets, pens, safety vest, etc.) prior to count date(s). Upon completion of the Volunteer Counter Sign Up Form, the count manager will contact you, via email, to confirm your participation and provide training and related information. Volunteer Counters will be assigned a count location once confirmed.
ABOUT THE NBPD The NBPD Project, co-sponsored by Alta Planning and Design and the Institute of Transportation Engineers (ITE) Pedestrian and Bicycle Council, is a nationwide effort to provide a consistent model of bicycle and pedestrian data collection for use by planners, governments, and bicycle and pedestrian professionals. 2012 was the City of Roanoke's initial year of participation in the annual NBPD Project and will serve as the baseline data year for future NBPD comparisons.
Please direct any questions or comments to the 2013 Roanoke NBPD Project count manager: