Profile Picture Calgary Open Data

created Jan 8 2018

updated Mar 21 2018

Description

Every year in May, The City conducts the Central Business District (CBD) cordon count. The cordon count is performed at 31 locations around the CBD over a three week time period, collecting data on how people travel into and out of downtown Calgary. The CBD cordon circles the downtown with the Bow River to the north and the railway tracks to the south and from 11 Street in the west to the Elbow River in the east. These data represent the total number of persons entering (inbound) and exiting (outbound) at each location, by modes, during a 16 hour time period. This raw dataset is NOT normalized to average weekday. It is a snapshot of the inbound and outbound activity on a single day at these locations and reflects conditions specific to that day such as construction, lane closures, weather, etc. Therefore, data may not be directly comparable between locations or years.
*Attachment is a summary of the inbound and outbound totals and mode of travel.* For additional information on cordon counts, see About --> Source URL.

Activity
Community Rating
Current value: 0 out of 5
Your Rating
Current value: 0 out of 5
Raters
0
Visits
54
Downloads
280
Comments
0
Contributors
0
Meta
Category
Transportation/Transit
Permissions
Public
Tags
cordon, count, 2016, business, district
Licensing and Attribution
Data Provided By
The City of Calgary
Source Link
(none)
License
See Terms of Use
Data Supplier
Organization
The City of Calgary
Business Unit
Transportation Planning
Time/Date
Date of Last Update
July 20, 2017
Time Period Covered
May 4 - May 31, 2016
Geospatial Information
Dataset contains geospatial information
Yes
Map Projection
WGS84/Web Mercator
First row
This view cannot be displayed