Micromobility Data

MetroCount - RidePod BT Cyclist counter with tubes
RidePod BT

Portable Bicycle & Active Transport Counter

  • Active transport monitoring
  • Portable counter
  • Simple installation
  • Uses the same core tech as RoadPod VT
RidePod BP - Bike, Scooter & Pedestrian Counter
RidePod BP

All-In-One Bike & People Counter

  • Permanent installation
  • Able to detect pedestrians
  • Utilises piezioelectric strips
  • Reliable for year-round data
MetroCount bike data display totem
RidePod QR

Public Bike Data Display

  • Future proofed - data can be changed and customised from the back end at any time
  • No need for power connection like other cycling totems
  • View data from other cycling surveys on the same map
  • Quick and easy install at any existing MetroCount survey site

RidePod: Where Precision Meets Innovation

Building on the MetroCount-renowned accuracy and reliability, our RidePod systems enable informed urban planning by providing insights into peak usage, trends, and route preferences.

Unmatched Accuracy

Outperforming competitor counters, the RidePod detects non-magnetic vehicles, such as carbon fibre bikes, and differentiates e-scooters or bicycles travelling in clusters, achieving 99% accuracy as verified by multiple independent tests

No Mains Power Required

As with any other MetroCount system, the RoadPods are energy-efficient and use solar power to record data. When the remote access module is enabled, the same setup sends site diagnostics and traffic data to your Inbox or ATLYST account. 

Get The Full Picture

Between the RidePod and RoadPod ranges, we can record the entire traffic spectrum, from cars to e-scooters and everything else. Our consistent approach to data collection, traffic analysis and display gives you a clear view of traffic mode distribution across your network.

Discover Real-World Applications of Our Bike Counters

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The Traffic Survey That Led Amsterdam to Ban Mopeds from Bike Paths

MetroCount traffic counter survey results lead to mopeds banned on cycle paths in Amsterdam. 

London Borough of Ealing - bike pedestrian counter

Bike Traffic Data in the Borough of Ealing

In London, the Ealing Council leverages accurate MetroCount bike traffic data to secure grants and reach cycling participation levels similar to those in Denmark and the Netherlands.

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Differentiating active travel modes in Paris

A MetroCount traffic survey on a Paris shared path has changed the game in tube data collection by becoming the first survey of its kind to differentiate active travel modes.

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Validation of RidePod BP's accuracy in Melbourne

Our RoadPod BP bicycle counter was installed in East Melbourne to study whether motor traffic in the adjacent traffic lanes interferes with its sensor accuracy.