Monitoring Path Use (Paths of All)
This factsheet describes the uses of count data and methods of collecting it. It also describes some of the automatic counters available.
DESIGN MANUAL FOR ROADS AND BRIDGES VOLUME 11 SECTION 3 PART 8 PEDESTRIANS, CYCLISTS, EQUESTRIANS AND COMMUNITY EFFECTS - Annex I - Counting Pedestrains
This part of the Advice Note gives guidance on assessing a scheme's impact on the journeys which people make in its locality. It considers journeys made by people as pedestrians (including ramblers), cyclists and equestrians.
Guidance on Monitoring Access and Recreation at Sensitive Natural Heritage Sites (SNH)
Downloadable manual providing a practical toolkit to help those tasked with managing people in the outdoors, plan, develop, design and implement an effective visitor monitoring strategy, and assess and interpret gathered information and evaluate the strategy. The manual provides information about electronic counting methods for counting walkers, cyclists and horse riders using outdoor sites.