Why are we still measuring bike risk by crashes per-capita when only part of the total population rides a bike? These types of incorrect data analyses poorly inform transportation planning.
Instead, get up to speed on a more detailed way to measure exposure: Crashes per actual bicycle miles traveled (BMT). Comparing crashes to BMT instead of per-capita helps you enhance bike safety where your city really needs it. Download the report to see:
Examples of how BMT shifts safety focus areas
Top 10 re-ranked safest and most dangerous states
How to calculate BMT for your area
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“It doesn’t make sense to measure bike risk per-capita data when not everyone in the state rides bikes. Because of the availability of Big Data, we can for the first time measure risk per mile cycled nationwide, and even compare areas to each other.”
CEO, StreetLight Data
Your biggest transportation challenges require better analytics
Origin-Destination for multiple modes
Granular metrics on-demand, segmented by time of day and day of week