[Talk-GB] Quiet lanes and "one car per minute"

Craig Loftus craigloftus+osm at googlemail.com
Tue Jan 25 16:37:59 GMT 2011

Something reminded me of this thread and my suggestion that data for some
roads may already be collected. This seems to be true of Oxfordshire and it
is even published. The counts are collected by automatic and manual means by
the Transport Monitoring team of Oxfordshire County Council.


The descriptions of the sections of road covered leave a lot to be desired
but it is useful data none the less.

There isn't a mention of license for reuse so I've just sent off an inquiry.


On 20 January 2011 23:05, ael <law_ence.dev at ntlworld.com> wrote:

> On Thu, Jan 20, 2011 at 01:58:43PM +0000, Craig Loftus wrote:
> > I like the idea. And although I like the simplicity, I think it might be
> > worth somehow taking account for seasonable variability. There a number
> of
> Agreed. In Cornwall, for example, roads that are very quiet for most of
> the year become insanely busy during the tourist season. Mind you the
> high banks and restricted views make cycling on those narrow twisty roads
> something not to be undertaken lightly in any season.
> Adrian
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