Where are Tucsonan's riding?
Top 15 Peak Hour and Weekend Count Locations from the 2010 PAG Count.
|1||3rd Street / Campbell Ave||992|
|2||University Blvd / Park Ave||986|
|3||Helen St / Mountain Ave||771|
|4||2nd Street / Highland Ave||566|
|5||Old Spanish Trail / Freeman Rd (weekend)||487|
|6||Rillito / Mountain Ave||454|
|7||3rd Street / Country Club Rd||340|
|8||Blacklidge Dr / Mountain Ave||307|
|9||Rillito / Mountain Ave (weekend)||292|
|10||University Blvd / Stone Ave||291|
|11||9th St / 4th Ave||271|
|12||Toole Ave / Congress St||270|
|13||Rancho Vistoso / Oracle Rd (weekend)||260|
|14||Speedway Blvd / Park Ave||241|
|15||Elm St / Tucson Blvd||234|
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Annual Bicycle Count
How Does Tucson Compare to Other Cities?
Three percent of Tucsonans commute to work by bicycle, according to the annual American Community Survey, which is produced by the Bureau of the Census. From 2009 to 2010 Tucson's ridership increased by 58% moving Tucson from #12 to #6 in the nation for major Cities for Biking to Work. Keep in mind, the survey only counts residents within the city limits of Tucson.
The League of American Bicyclists have compiled the data for the past decade on the largest 70 City's: