North and Clark Streets traffic analysis

The following images show data that has been collected during 6 x 1 hour observation sessions taken at the eastern section of North and Clark Streets, Richmond. During these sessions the number of cars, bikes and pedestrians were counted and their direction was noted. The average time taken to travel along the street section was also measured, as well as the number of arrivals and departures to and from the street. Given the commercial nature of the street, traffic that used the street for economic purposes e.g. deliveries, was counted. These observations were conducted over two weeks in August.

20140924 north and clark traffic #1

Weekday daytime
Wednesday 19th August
2:00 – 3:00pm
Overcast, 14 degrees
161 total journeys

20140924 north and clark traffic #2

Weekend daytime
Sunday 27th August
2:00 – 3:00pm
Overcast, 13 degrees
108 total journeys

20140924 north and clark traffic #3

Weekday morning peak
Friday 22nd August
7:45 – 8:45am
Sunny, 11 degrees
188 total journeys

20140924 north and clark traffic #4

Weekday afternoon peak
Wednesday 19th August
4:30 – 5:30pm
Overcast, 12 degrees
204 total journeys

20140924 north and clark traffic #5

Weekday night
Wednesday 20th August
10:00 – 11:00pm
Clear, 8 degrees
79 total journeys

20140924 north and clark traffic #6

Weekend night
Saturday 23rd August
9:00 – 10:00pm
Clear, 9 degrees
72 total journeys


Image sources

  1. Weekday daytime, this and subsequent images copyright of author.
  2. Weekend daytime.
  3. Weekday morning peak.
  4. Weekday evening peak.
  5. Weekday night time.
  6. Weekend night time.
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