WSDOT seeks help with annual nonmotorized travel count

September 28, 2013 

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Traffic stops to let a pedestrian and a cyclist cross Capitol Boulevard in Tumwater on Thursday, July 11, 2013. The section of roadway will undergo major improvements that include new medians, bike lanes and roundabouts.

TONY OVERMAN — Staff photographer Buy Photo

Volunteers are needed to help count bicyclists and pedestrians in cities across Washington from Tuesday through Thursday to help the state gauge demand, measure the benefits of prior investments, and design future projects for nonmotorized travel, according to the state Department of Transportation.

WSDOT and the Cascade Bicycle Club started recruiting volunteers in late August for this sixth annual survey.

Those interested can go to WSDOT’s website at wsdot.wa.gov or contact Cascade Bicycle Club at cpa@cascadebicycleclub.org or 206-861-9890.

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