City Of Melbourne
Pedestrian Counting System
Click on icons to see counts & graphs for each location
Visualisation Image
REALTIME TRENDING
Trend over last 3 hours

SELECTED DAY  

4 WEEK AVERAGE  

52 WEEK AVERAGE

Note: If a sensor returns a series of zero readings it may be temporally inoperable

Yellow Above average by 10% or moreGrey Average Green Below Average by 10% or more

* Average calculated from same day & hour over the previous 4 weeks

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Pedestrian Counting

The City of Melbourne's 24-hour pedestrian counting system measures pedestrian activity in the city each day.

The system counts pedestrian movements to give the City of Melbourne a better understanding of how people use the city so we can manage the way they function and plan for future needs.

The online visualisation tool is an interactive map of these sensor locations, which enables users to see pedestrian counts on particular dates and times and compare data.

Interact

Click on the screenshots below to understand the interactive elements of the visualisation, and how the data is represented on a selected date.

CoM 24 PM interact
CoM 24 PM Understand

Events in the city

Select one of the links below to update the visualisation to a recent event in the City of Melbourne to see how the counts increase at these times.


Share or Download data files

This visualisation can be shared by simply copying and pasting the site URL - from the browser navigation bar - into emails, twitter or facebook.

Data from the selected date also can be downloaded as a CSV file, or the visualisation can be saved as an image or pdf by clicking the download button

Please note: Generating an image or pdf takes approximately 10 seconds before it is available for download


If you would like to download the data files driving the visualisation please go to the data download page.