Network data on cycling
For grounded and efficient
With our large community of cyclists, we are able to provide excellent data on actual cycling behaviour. Naviki's strength in everyday mobility makes this data particularly valuable for enhancing the municipal and regional bicycle infrastructure.
The following data is available for public bodies and their planning services:
- Continuously recorded trips from the large Naviki community
- Campaign-related data generated within Naviki Contests
- Different data formats (e.g. GeoJSON, KML)
- Included information on course, duration, time, speed, standing time, average and maximum speed
- Location based textual infrastructure reports from cyclists (optionally)
- Socio-demographic data and data from accompanying surveys (optionally)
Based on Naviki data, you will identify and analyse potential for improvement and weaknesses within the bicycle infrastructure in a well-founded manner.
Main benefits through Naviki network data
- A new quality of planning based on reliable information, generated by real life activities of citizens and visitors.
- Representative findings on the traffic volume of your entire road and path network.
- Priorities for future measures can be defined on the basis of frequency of use.
- Dedicated data gathering on request by means of Naviki Contests which can be applied easily.
- Strict compliance with data protection regulations (especially GDPR). In addition, the first and last section of each recorded trip can be removed in a defined length before we provide them.
- For an even more in-depth analysis, Naviki data can be combined, e.g. with data from counting facilities.
Optionally you may apply a flexible Naviki Contest to generate the targeted cycling data.