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Pedestrian and Bicycle Program

The Oregon Department of Transportation’s Pedestrian and Bicycle Program provides direction to ODOT in establishing pedestrian and bicycle facilities on state highways. Visit the following web pages for additional information for cycling and walking in Oregon.

Maps and additional resources from ODOT's Bicycle & Pedestrian Program

Information & resources for Bicyclists

Information & resources for Pedestrians

Digital Video Log

The Digital Video Log (DVL) is a system that provides a series of sequential digital images as viewed from the right lane of Oregon roadways. These digital images do offer a reasonable view of the highway shoulder which is important to bike riders. This log was originally developed for internal use at ODOT, but is now made available to the public. It may take a little effort to master the DVL. We have developed some tips targeted at the needs of bicycle tourist. With a little fortitude it can be a very good tool in planning your trip.

Tips for the Digital Video Log

Digital Video Log

Traffic Volume Tables

A common question asked by bicyclists is, “how much motor vehicle traffic is on that road?”. The ODOT Volume Tables can help to answer that question. The Volume Tables provide the Annual Average Daily Traffic (AADT) - an average number of vehicles traveling a given roadway per day.

So what does 8,000 vehicles per day mean to a bicyclist? Our advice is to call your local road agency and find out what the ADTs are for roads familiar to you for comparison. You can then gauge if which road are suitable for your trip.

Please keep in mind that many roadways see increased traffic in the summer, some see a marked increase on weekends. The Volume Tables will not reflect this variability.

Tips for using the Traffic Volume Tables

Traffic Volume Tables

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