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Spring 2019 City-Wide Bike Count

Bike Count  – 5/21 & 5/23 – Volunteers Needed ~ Spring BIKE COUNT Dennis,

CONTACT FOR BIKE COUNT  – Dennis Gaffney, dgaffney@albanyny.gov

The Albany Mayor’s Office of Energy & Sustainability will be conducting the 2019 spring bicycle count at strategic intersections within the City of Albany on Tuesday, May 21 and Thursday, May 23. In order to have a successful count, we need volunteers.

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Our semi-annual bike counts provide the City with information about existing cycling demand and activity. By comparing bike counts over the years, the City is able to make more informed choices regarding future transportation projects and complete streets implementation. Please help us keep track of cycling trends in Albany by volunteering for the Spring 2019 BIKE COUNT.

The Spring 2019 BIKE COUNT will take place on Tuesday, May 21 and Thursday, May 23. There will be two shifts per day – 7:00-9:00 AM and 3:30-5:30 PM to capture cyclists commuting to and from work and school. The counts will be at these same strategic locations:

  1. Broadway and Clinton Ave.
  2. Delaware / Holland / Morton Aves.
  3. Lark St. and Washington Ave.
  4. Madison Ave. and South Pearl St.
  5. Madison Ave. and New Scotland Ave.
  6. Madison Ave. and Western Ave. (the Point)
  7. Quail St. and Washington Ave.

If you would like to participate in the spring bike count, please email Dennis Gaffney at dgaffney@albanyny.gov with your preferred time(s) and location(s), and phone number. Please also indicate if you can volunteer for more than one shift/location. 

Dennis Gaffney –  dgaffney@albanyny.gov – 518-434-5164 (office) or 518-281-7252 (cell)

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