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You no longer have to bike all the way to Fremont to get counted. The city — with support from the Rails to Trails Conservancy and the Mark and Susan Torrance Foundation — has installed seven new real-time bike counters around the city. This brings the city’s total to nine.
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A measure of commuter cycling, from the new City of Portland bike count report:
See The Industrialized Cyclist Bicycling Research Page to download the report, and just about any other report you may want.