Eco-Counter records the number of cyclists passing by its sensors in 176 locations around the world.
When it tallied its North American numbers for 2017, the Burrard Street bridge came out on top.
The Burrard Bridge was the busiest bike route among all of the locations where its counters can be found in Canada and the United States.
With an expansive (and rapidly expanding) network of bicycle lanes, Vancouver has emerged as a world-leading cycling city. On the Burrard Bridge, a popular commuter crossing point from the beautiful Kitsilano neighbourhood into downtown Vancouver, the city’s Eco-Display Classic clocked 1.13 million counts in 2017 (average: 3100 per day) – the highest in North America!
Last modified: January 27, 2018