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Cordon Count Program

The objective of the Cordon Count Program is to regularly collect consistent and comprehensive transportation data on daily vehicle and person movement in Peel Region.

The Cordon Count Program involves counting vehicles and people that cross selected counting stations over a 15-hour period, starting at 5:30 a.m. and continuing until 8:30 p.m.

A series of successive counting stations, approximately 200 stations, can be grouped to form a screenline.

A cordon refers to a geographic area enclosed by a set of screenlines.

Here you will find data on the average number of people per vehicle, the most common types of trucks used and the busiest stretches of road in Peel.

If you do not find what you are looking for in this section, try our Other Resources or contact us in our Planning department.

2014 Cordon Count Web Map

2014 Cordon Count Bulletin (April 2015) (2MB)

Average Auto Occupancy in Peel Region, 1995 to 2004

Single and Multiple Occupant Vehicle Trips Crossing Peelís Boundaries, 1999 and 2004

Auto and Truck Modal Share, 1995 and 2004

Total Truck Trips Crossing Peel's Boundaries, 1995 - 2004

Truck Classification, 1995 and 2004

Top 10 Highway Stations in Peel, 2004

Ministry of Transportation Highway Count Stations in Peel, 1995 to 2004

Morning Peak Period GO Rail Trips Crossing Peel East Screenline, 1995 to 2004


 Other Resources

Cordon Count Website

More information about the Cordon Count Program.

Please send comments and questions to:

Peel Data Centre
Region of Peel
Service Innovation, Information and Technology Department,
Information Management Division
10 Peel Centre Dr., Suite A, 6th Flr.
Brampton, ON L6T 4B9