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Our automated people counters can be deployed in 30 minutes to count pedestrians and cyclists on temporary and popup bike and pedestrian infrastructure. Our durable, battery-powered counters are designed to suit a wide variety of installations, including bidirectional and unidirectional bike lanes, enlarged paths , shared streets and much more.
In order to give more space to pedestrians and cyclists, many cities around the world are deploying temporary and pop-up bike and pedestrian infrastructure.
Pop-up infrastructure – sometimes called ʻtactical urbanismʼ – can take many forms, but often involves closing one vehicle lane of a road and allocating that space to cyclists or pedestrians. These projects are usually completed in a short period of time, relying on plastic posts, volunteers, paint, or other low-cost, easy to deploy solutions.