and William Hyerle
Friday, March 11 at 9:00 a.m.
Understanding use on trails can help agencies, planners, and trail professionals to plan for, design, and manage trails that are safe and used 365 days per year. In this session, we will look at different cities in Texas that have integrated automated counting on their trails. After looking at the types of trails and where the data is collected, we will see what can be learned from the data, how trail usage is affected by weather, and how this information can be used for decision making. Several case studies will be highlighted.
Utilizing her background in urban geography, Danielle Dhiab has been working with Eco-Counter for 3 years. She loves that her work helps show the value and the importance of activate transportation through data. Danielle is passionate about biking and walking as an essential part of the fabric of livable cities.
With a background in operations management and entrepreneurial experience, William Hyerle joined Eco-Counter two years ago as a Technical Consultant. Cycling has always been his preferred mode of transportation and leisure. He is proud to be helping today’s transportation and recreation pioneers build tomorrow.