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The number of cycle movements in Auckland is collected at sites across the region using permanent, automated cycle-monitoring equipment.

As of July 2018, AT reports on 26 cycle counters, located throughout the city.

Daily data from all counters are available to download.

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2021 monthly cycle monitoring reports

July 2021 automatic cycle counts

At 26 count sites:

  • 3.5 million cycle movements were recorded for the year of August 2020 to July 2021 a decrease of 4.5% on the previous 12 months.
  • 248,991 cycle movements were recorded in July 2021, 1% increase compared to July 2020.
  • The target value for FY 21/22 was missed by 1.7%.

July 2021 Automatic Cycle Counter Data

* The Nelson St counter and Quay St display temporary counter have had their settings adjusted to detect scooters and other similar devices such as skateboards. Neither of these counters are part of the 26 counters grouped above. We are closely monitoring this to ensure it doesn’t adversely affect the quality of counts before adjusting the setting of all counters. Note that it is not possible with current technology to distinguish between cycles and scooters.

* The Quay Street display cycle counter stopped working on 27th November 2018. Since then a temporary counter has been laid. Missing data has been estimated based on historic data.

* Great North Road cycle counter stopped working due to technical issue.


June 2021 automatic cycle counts 

At 26 count sites: 

  • 3.5 million cycle movements were recorded for the year July 2020 to June 2021 a decrease of 5% on the previous 12 months. 
  • 245,618 cycle movements were recorded in June 2021, a 6.4% decrease compared to June 2020. 

June 2021 Automatic Cycle Counter Data 

June 2021

  • The Nelson St counter and Quay St display temporary counter have had their settings adjusted to detect scooters and other similar devices such as skateboards. Neither of these counters is part of the 26 counters grouped above. We are closely monitoring this to ensure it doesn’t adversely affect the quality of counts before adjusting the setting of all counters. Note that it is not possible with current technology to distinguish between cycles and scooters.  
  • The Quay Street display cycle counter stopped working on 27th November 2018. Since then a temporary counter has been laid. Missing data have been estimated based on historic data.  
  • Great North Road cycle counter stopped working due to a technical issue. Victoria Street cycle counter has been removed due to construction work.  

April 2021 automatic cycle counts

At 26 count sites:

  • 3.5 million cycle movements were recorded for the year of May 2020 to April 2021 a decrease of 7.7% on the previous 12 months.
  • 288,097 cycle movements were recorded in April 2021, a 3.6% decrease compared to April 2020, when Auckland was under Alert Level 4, and 7.3% lower than April 2019.

Download the April 2021 automatic cycle counter data (.XLSX 28KB)

  • The Nelson St counter and Quay St display temporary counter have had their settings adjusted to detect scooters and other similar devices such as skateboards. Neither of these counters are part of the 26 counters grouped above. We are closely monitoring this to ensure it doesn’t adversely affect the quality of counts before adjusting the setting of all counters. Note that it is not possible with current technology to distinguish between cycles and scooters.
  • The Quay Street display cycle counter stopped working on 27th November 2018. Since then a temporary counter has been laid. Missing data has been estimated based on historic data.
  • Great North Road cycle counter stopped working due to technical issue. Victoria Street cycle counter has been removed due to construction work.
  • Tamaki Drive (EB) cycle counter has been removed during the construction of the new cycleway on Tamaki Drive. The CCTV camera stopped operating from 9 April therefore there no data from that.

March 2021 automatic cycle counts

At 26 count sites:

  • 3.5 million cycle movements were recorded for the year of April 2020 to March 2021 a decrease of 7.7% on the previous 12 months.
  • 317,975 cycle movements were recorded in March 2021, a 10.5% decrease compared to March 2020.

Download the March 2021 automatic cycle counter data (.XLSX 31KB)

Auckland cycle movements to March 2021

  • The Nelson Street counter and Quay Street display temporary counter have had their settings adjusted to detect scooters and other similar devices such as skateboards. Neither of these counters are part of the 26 counters grouped above. We are closely monitoring this to ensure it doesn’t adversely affect the quality of counts before adjusting the setting of all counters. Note that it is not possible with current technology to distinguish between cycles and scooters.
  • The Quay Street display cycle counter stopped working on 27 November 2018. Since then a temporary counter has been laid. Missing data has been estimated based on historic data.
  • Great North Road cycle counter stopped working due to technical issue. Victoria Street cycle counter has been removed due to construction work.
  • Tamaki Drive (EB) cycle counter has been removed during the construction of the new cycleway on Tamaki Drive. A new pair of CCTV camera is monitoring the cycle counts on Tamaki Drive.

February 2021 automatic cycle counts

At 26 count sites:

  • 3.5 million cycle movements were recorded for the year of March 2020 to February 2021 a decrease of 7.5% on the previous 12 months.
  • 309,716 cycle movements were recorded in February 2021, a 24.2% decrease compared to February 2020.   

Download the February 2021 automatic cycle counter data (.XLSX 32KB)


January 2021 automatic cycle counts

At 26 count sites:

  • 3.6 million cycle movements were recorded for the year of February 2020 to January 2021 a decrease of 3.9% on the previous 12 months.
  • 309,387 cycle movements were recorded in January 2021, a 13.8% decrease compared to January 2020.

Download the January 2021 automatic cycle counter data (.CSV 7KB)

2020 monthly cycle monitoring reports

  • The Nelson St counter and Quay St display temporary counter have had their settings adjusted to detect scooters and other similar devices such as skateboards. Neither of these counters are part of the 26 counters grouped above. We are closely monitoring this to ensure it doesn’t adversely affect the quality of counts before adjusting the setting of all counters. Note that it is not possible with current technology to distinguish between cycles and scooters.
  • The Quay Street display cycle counter stopped working on 27th November 2018. Since then a temporary counter has been laid. Missing data has been estimated based on historic data.
  • Great North Road cycle counter stopped working due to technical issue. Victoria Street cycle counter has been removed due to construction work.
  • Tamaki Drive (EB) cycle counter has been removed during the construction of the new cycleway on Tamaki Drive.
  • New cycle counter has been installed on Westhaven Drive.

December 2020 automatic cycle counts

At 26 count sites:

  • 3.7 million cycle movements were recorded for the year of January 2020 to December 2020, a decrease of 2.6% on the previous 12 months.
  • 288,466 cycle movements were recorded in December 2020, a 5.4% decrease compared to December 2019.

Download the December 2020 automatic cycle counter data (.CSV 7KB)


November 2020 automatic cycle counts

At 26 count sites:

  • 3.7 million cycle movements were recorded for the year of December 2019 to November 2020, a decrease of 1.8% on the previous 12 months.
  • 291,482 cycle movements were recorded in November 2020, a 16.8% decrease compared to November 2019.

Download the November 2020 automatic cycle counter data (.CSV 31KB)


October 2020 automatic cycle counts

At 26 count sites:

  • 3.7 million cycle movements were recorded for the year of November 2019 to October 2020, an increase of 0.5% on the previous 12 months.
  • 330,000 cycle movements were recorded in October 2020, a 8.3% increase compared to October 2019.

Download the October 2020 automatic cycle counter data (.CSV 7KB)


September 2020 automatic cycle counts

At 26 count sites:

  • 3.7 million cycle movements were recorded for the year of October 2019 to September 2020, a decrease of 0.8% on the previous 12 months.
  • 282,000 cycle movements were recorded in September 2020, a 4.5% increase compared to September 2019.

Download the September 2020 automatic cycle counter data (.CSV 7KB)


August 2020 automatic cycle counts

At 26 count sites:

  • 3.7 million cycle movements were recorded for the year of September 2019 to August 2020, a decrease of 1.4% on the previous 12 months.
  • 287,000 cycle movements were recorded in August 2020, a 23.6% increase compared to August 2019.

Download the August 2020 automatic cycle counter data (.CSV 7KB)


July 2020 automatic cycle counts

At 26 count sites:

  • 3.65 million cycle movements were recorded for the year of August 2019 to July 2020, a decrease of 3.8% on the previous 12 months.
  • 247,000 cycle movements were recorded in July 2020, a 7.2% decrease compared to July 2019.

Download the July 2020 automatic cycle counter data (.XLSX 25KB)


June 2020 automatic cycle counts

At 26 count sites:

  • 3.7 million cycle movements were recorded for the year of July 2019 to June 2020, a decrease of 2.9% on the previous 12 months.
  • 262,000 cycle movements were recorded in June 2020, a 4% decrease compared to June 2019.
  • During Alert levels 2 and then 1, commuter cycling increased compared to May 2020, but did not reach the expected levels.

Download the June 2020 automatic cycle counter data (CSV 7KB)


May 2020 automatic cycle counts

At 26 count sites:

  • 3.7 million cycle movements were recorded for the year of May 2019 to May 2020, a decrease of 1.6% on the previous 12 months.
  • 258,000 cycle movements were recorded in May 2020, a 24% decrease compared to May 2019.
  • Due to the Covid-19 situation, the commuter cyclist movements have decreased significantly after the lockdown, due to increased wet weather conditions, recreational cycle movements did not reach the levels of previous months.

Download the May 2020 automatic cycle counter data (CSV 7KB)


April 2020 automatic cycle counts

At 26 count sites:

  • 3.8 million cycle movements were recorded for the year of April 2019 to April 2020, an increase of 1.3% on the previous 12 months.
  • 298,000 cycle movements were recorded in April 2020, a 4% decrease compared to April 2019.
  • Due to the Covid-19 situation, the commuter cyclist movements have decreased significantly after the lockdown, but recreational cyclist movements have increased in residential areas.

Download the April 2020 automatic cycle counter data (CSV 7KB)


March 2020 automatic cycle counts

At 26 count sites:

  • 3.8 million cycle movements were recorded for the year of March 2019 to March 2020, an increase of 2.1% on the previous 12 months.
  • 355,000 cycle movements were recorded in March 2020, an 8% decrease compared to March 2019.
  • Due to the Covid-19 situation, the commuter cyclist movements have decreased significantly after the lockdown, but recreational cyclist movements have increased in residential areas. Overall cycling demand reduced by approximately 50% after the lockdown.

Download the March 2020 automatic cycle counter data (CSV 20KB)


February 2020 automatic cycle counts

At 26 count sites:

  • 3.8 million cycle movements were recorded for the year of March 2019 to February 2020, an increase of 4.1% on the previous 12 months.
  • 408,000 cycle movements were recorded in February 2020, an 11% increase compared to February 2019.

There are many roadworks within the city centre such as Quay Street, Victoria Street and K Road and therefore, naturally some cyclists avoid those locations. We do try to capture all the cyclists through the work sites by working with the temporary traffic management when we can. Some sites however, have to be estimated.

Download the February 2020 automatic cycle counter data (CSV 20KB)


January 2020 automatic cycle counts

At 26 count sites:

  • 3.76 million cycle movements were recorded for the year of February 2019 to January 2020, an increase of 4.7% on the previous 12 months.
  • 359,000 cycle movements were recorded in January 2020, a decrease of 0.6% when compared to January 2019.

There are many roadworks within the city centre such as Quay Street, Victoria Street and K Road and therefore, naturally some cyclists avoid those locations. We do try to capture all the cyclists through the work sites by working with the temporary traffic management when we can. Some sites however, have to be estimated.

Download the January 2020 automatic cycle counter data (CSV 20KB)

2019 monthly cycle monitoring reports

  • The Nelson Street counter and Quay Street display temporary counter have had their settings adjusted to detect scooters and other similar devices such as skateboards. Neither of these counters are part of the 26 counters grouped above. We are closely monitoring this to ensure it doesn’t adversely affect the quality of counts before adjusting the setting of all counters. Note that it is not possible with current technology to distinguish between cycles and scooters.
  • The Lagoon Drive cycle counter has been reconfigured to capture more cycle movements on the footpath. This affects the ability to assess trends at this particular location.
  • The Quay Street display cycle counter stopped working on 27 November. Since then a temporary counter has been laid. Missing data has been estimated based on historic data.
  • The cycle counter at Mangere Bridge was decommissioned on 25 November due to the closure of that bridge. It was relocated to a suitable location near the alternative route on 21 January. 

Download the January to December 2019 Auckland cycle counter data (CSV 68KB)


December 2019 automatic cycle counts

At 26 city count sites:

  • 3.77 million cycle movements were recorded for the year of January to December 2019, an increase of 6.2% on the previous 12 months.
  • 305,000 cycle movements were recorded in December 2019, an increase of 4.5% when compared to December 2018.

November 2019 automatic cycle counts

At 26 city count sites:

  • 3.75 million cycle movements were recorded for the year of December 2018 to November 2019, an increase of 5% on the previous 12 months.
  • 350,000 cycle movements were recorded in November 2019, an increase of 9.3% when compared to November 2018.

October 2019 automatic cycle counts

At 26 city count sites:

  • 3.72 million cycle movements were recorded for the year of November 2018 to October 2019, an increase of 3.8% on the previous 12 months.
  • 305,000 cycle movements were recorded in October 2019, a decrease of 7.3% when compared to October 2018.

September 2019 automatic cycle counts

At 26 city count sites:

  • 3.75 million cycle movements were recorded for the year of October 2018 to September 2019, an increase of 5.9% on the previous 12 months.
  • 270,000 cycle movements were recorded in September 2019, a decrease of 3.8% when compared to September 2018.
  • It was another wet month with 125mm rainfall compared to the 64mm historical average rainfall.

August 2019 automatic cycle counts

At 26 city count sites:

  • 3.76 million cycle movements were recorded for the year of September 2018 to August 2019, an increase of 7.3% on the previous 12 months.
  • 232,000 cycle movements were recorded in August 2019, a decrease of 11.2% when compared to August 2018.
  • It was a very wet August with 190 mm rainfall compared to the 97 mm historical average rainfall.

July 2019 automatic cycle counts

At 26 city count sites:

  • 3.79 million cycle movements were recorded for the year of August 2018 to July 2019, an increase of 8.3% on the previous 12 months.
  • 266,000 cycle movements were recorded in July 2019, an increase of 5.9% when compared to July 2018.

June 2019 automatic cycle counts

At 26 city count sites:

  • 3.77 million cycle movements were recorded for the year of July 2018 to June 2019, an increase of 8.9% on the previous 12 months.
  • 272,000 cycle movements were recorded in June 2019, an increase of 16.7% when compared to June 2018.
  • We exceeded the 2018/19 target by 3.5%.

May 2019 automatic cycle counts

At 26 city count sites:

  • 3.70 million cycle movements were recorded for the year of June 2018 to May 2019, an increase of 7.1% on the previous 12 months.
  • 337,000 cycle movements were recorded in May 2019, an increase of 10.1% when compared to May 2018.
  • A record high of 1 million trips over Autumn.

April 2019 automatic cycle counts

At 26 city count sites:

  • 3.70 million cycle movements were recorded for the year of May 2018 to April 2019, an increase of 6.5% on the previous 12 months.
  • 311,000 cycle movements were recorded in April 2019, an increase of 6.0% when compared to April 2018.

March 2019 automatic cycle counts

At 26 city count sites:

  • 3.68 million cycle movements were recorded for the year of April 2018 to March 2019, an increase of 6.0% on the previous 12 months.
  • 388,000 cycle movements were recorded in March 2019, an increase of 8.3% when compared to March 2018.

February 2019 automatic cycle counts

At 26 city count sites:

  • 3.65 million cycle movements were recorded for the year of March 2018 to February 2019, an increase of 6.2% on the previous 12 months.
  • 368,000 cycle movements were recorded in February 2019, an increase of 20% when compared to February 2018.

January 2019 automatic cycle counts

At 26 city count sites:

  • 3.593 million cycle movements were recorded for the year of February 2018 to January 2019, an increase of 4% on the previous 12 months.
  • 361,000 cycle movements were recorded in January 2019, an increase of 15.1% when compared to January 2018.

2018 monthly cycle monitoring reports

  • In November the Lagoon Drive cycle counter has been reconfigured to capture more cycle movements on the footpath. This affects the ability to assess trends at this particular location.
  • The Quay Street display cycle counter stopped working on 27 November. Since then a temporary counter has been laid. Missing data has been estimated based on historic data.
  • The cycle counter at Mangere Bridge was decommissioned on 25 November due to the closure of that bridge. It was relocated to a suitable location near the alternative route on 21 January. Missing data has been estimated based on historic data.

Download the January to December 2018 Auckland cycle counter data (CSV 64KB)

December 2018 automatic cycle counts

At 26 city count sites:

  • 3.546 million cycle movements were recorded for the year of January to December 2018, an increase of 2.6% on the previous 12 months.
  • 292,000 cycle movements were recorded in December 2018, a decrease of 9.0% when compared to December 2017.

November 2018 automatic cycle counts

At 26 city count sites:

  • 3.574 million cycle movements were recorded for the year of December 2017 to November 2018, an increase of 4.7% on the previous 12 months.
  • 320,000 cycle movements were recorded in November 2018, a decrease of 4.0% when compared to November 2017.

October 2018 automatic cycle counts

At 26 city count sites:

  • 3.587 million cycle movements were recorded for the year of November 2017 to October 2018, an increase of 6.8% on the previous 12 months.
  • 329,000 cycle movements were recorded in October 2018, an increase of 17.1% when compared to October 2017.

September 2018 automatic cycle counts

At 26 city count sites:

  • 3.539 million cycle movements were recorded for the year of October 2017 to September 2018, an increase of 5.6% on the previous 12 months.
  • 281,000 cycle movements were recorded in September 2018, an increase of 15.5% when compared to September 2017.

August 2018 automatic cycle counts

At 26 city count sites:

  • 3.501 million cycle movements were recorded for the year of September 2017 to August 2018, an increase of 4.9% on the previous 12 months.
  • 261,000 cycle movements were recorded in August 2018, an increase of 2.0% when compared to August 2017.

July 2018 automatic cycle counts

At 26 city count sites:

  • 3.496 million cycle movements were recorded for the year of August 2017 to July 2018, an increase of 5.2% on the previous 12 months.
  • 251,000 cycle movements were recorded in July 2018, an increase of 15.0% when compared to July 2017.

June 2018 automatic cycle counts

At 14 regional count sites:

  • 1.807 million cycle movements were recorded for the year of July 2017 to June 2018, an increase of 3.7% on the previous 12 months.
  • 123,116 cycle movements were recorded in June 2018, a decrease of 8.1% when compared to June 2017.

At 13 city centre count sites:

  • 1.845 million cycle movements were recorded for the year of July 2017 to June 2018, an increase of 4.8% on the previous 12 months.
  • 123,125 cycle movements were recorded in June 2018, a decrease of 9.6% when compared to June 2017.

May 2018 automatic cycle counts

At 14 regional count sites:

  • 1.818 million cycle movements were recorded for the year of June 2017 to May 2018, an increase of 5.3% on the previous 12 months.
  • 156,971 cycle movements were recorded in May 2018, an increase of 1.7% when compared to May 2017.

At 13 city centre count sites:

  • 1.858 million cycle movements were recorded for the year of June 2017 to May 2018, an increase of 6.4% on the previous 12 months.
  • 168,152 cycle movements were recorded in May 2018, an increase of 4.4% when compared to May 2017.

April 2018 automatic cycle counts

At 14 regional count sites:

  • 1.815 million cycle movements were recorded for the year of May 2017 to April 2018, an increase of 5.9% on the previous 12 months.
  • 151,552 cycle movements were recorded in April 2018, a decrease of 2.0% when compared to April 2017.

At 13 city centre count sites:

  • 1.853 million cycle movements were recorded for the year of May 2017 to April 2018, an increase of 6.7% on the previous 12 months.
  • 157,397 cycle movements were recorded in April 2018, an increase of 4.4% when compared to April 2017.

March 2018 automatic cycle counts

At 14 regional count sites:

  • 1.818 million cycle movements were recorded for the year of April 2017 to March 2018, an increase of 6.0% on the previous 12 months.
  • 184,810 cycle movements were recorded in March 2018, an increase of 7.3% when compared to March 2017.

At 13 city centre count sites:

  • 1.846 million cycle movements were recorded for the year of April 2017 to March 2018, an increase of 5.4% on the previous 12 months.
  • 193,530 cycle movements were recorded in March 2018, an increase of 11.8% when compared to March 2017.

February 2018 automatic cycle counts

At 14 regional count sites:

  • 1.806 million cycle movements were recorded for the year of March 2017 to February 2018, an increase of 5.6% on the previous 12 months.
  • 161,167 cycle movements were recorded in February 2018, a decrease of 5.4% when compared to February 2017.

At 13 city centre count sites:

  • 1.826 million cycle movements were recorded for the year of March 2017 to February 2018, an increase of 3.7% on the previous 12 months.
  • 161,171 cycle movements were recorded in February 2018, a decrease of 1.9% when compared to February 2017.

January 2018 automatic cycle counts

At 14 regional count sites:

  • 1.815 million cycle movements were recorded for the year of February 2017 to January 2018, an increase of 6.8% on the previous 12 months.
  • 163,657 cycle movements were recorded in January 2018, a decrease of 1.5% when compared to January 2017.

At 13 city centre count sites:

  • 1.829 million cycle movements were recorded for the year of February 2017 to January 2018, an increase of 3.7% on the previous 12 months.
  • 164,140 cycle movements were recorded in January 2018, an increase of 1.3% when compared to January 2017.

2017 monthly cycle monitoring reports

Download the January to December 2017 Auckland cycle counter data (CSV 55KB)

December 2017 automatic cycle counts

At 14 regional count sites:

  • 1.818 million cycle movements were recorded for the year of January to December 2017, an increase of 7.9% on the previous 12 months.
  • 168,452 cycle movements were recorded in December 2017, an increase of 14.9% when compared to December 2016.

At 13 city centre count sites:

  • 1.827 million cycle movements were recorded for the year of January to December 2017, an increase of 3.7% on the previous 12 months.
  • 166,919 cycle movements were recorded in December 2017, an increase of 14.5% when compared to December 2016.

November 2017 automatic cycle counts

At 14 regional count sites:

  • 1.796 million cycle movements were recorded for the year of December 2016 to November 2017, an increase of 7.0% on the previous 12 months.
  • 172,888 cycle movements were recorded in November 2017, an increase of 18.9% when compared to November 2016.

At 13 city centre count sites:

  • 1.806 million cycle movements were recorded for the year of December 2016 to November 2017, an increase of 1.3% on the previous 12 months.
  • 177,574 cycle movements were recorded in November 2017, an increase of 19.4% when compared to November 2016.

October 2017 automatic cycle counts

At 14 regional count sites:

  • 1.768 million cycle movements were recorded for the year of November 2016 to October 2017, an increase of 5.7% on the previous 12 months.
  • 149,140 cycle movements were recorded in October 2017, an increase of 2.8% when compared to October 2016.

At 13 city centre count sites:

  • 1.777 million cycle movements were recorded for the year of November 2016 to October 2017.
  • 147,516 cycle movements were recorded in October 2017, an increase of 1.6% when compared to October 2016.

September 2017 automatic cycle counts

At 14 regional count sites:

  • 1.764 million cycle movements were recorded for the year of October 2016 to September 2017, an increase of 6.1% on the previous 12 months.
  • 128,665 cycle movements were recorded in September 2017, an increase of 8.0% when compared to September 2016.

At 13 city centre count sites:

  • 1.774 million cycle movements were recorded for the year of October 2016 to September 2017.
  • 128,519 cycle movements were recorded in September 2017, an increase of 3.8% when compared to September 2016.

August 2017 automatic cycle counts

At 14 regional count sites:

  • 1.755 million cycle movements were recorded for the year of September 2016 to August 2017, an increase of 5.9% on the previous 12 months.
  • 131,751 cycle movements were recorded in August 2017, an increase of 6.8% when compared to August 2016.

At 13 city centre count sites:

  • 1.770 million cycle movements were recorded for the year of September 2016 to August 2017.
  • 139,785 cycle movements were recorded in August 2017, an increase of 6.1% when compared to August 2016.

July 2017 automated cycle counts

At 14 regional count sites:

  • 1.746 million cycle movements were recorded for the year of August 2016 to July 2017, an increase of 6.3% on the previous 12 months.
  • 114,871 cycle movements were recorded in July 2017, an increase of 3.7% when compared to July 2016.

At 13 city centre count sites:

  • 1.762 million cycle movements were recorded for the year of August 2016 to July 2017.
  • 117,602 cycle movements were recorded in July 2017, an increase of 0.9% when compared to July 2016.

June 2017 automated cycle counts

At 14 regional count sites:

  • 1.742 million cycle movements were recorded for the year of July 2016 to June 2017, an increase of 6.8% on the previous 12 months.
  • 134,026 cycle movements were recorded in June 2017, an increase of 13.3% when compared to June 2016.

At 13 city centre count sites:

  • 1.761 million cycle movements were recorded for the year of July 2016 to June 2017.
  • 136,138 cycle movements were recorded in June 2017, an increase of 12.3% when compared to June 2016. (Note that Lightpath was closed from 6 – 15 June for repainting).

May 2017 automated cycle counts

At 14 regional count sites:

  • 1.727 million cycle movements were recorded for the year of June 2016 to May 2017, an increase of 6.4% on the previous 12 months.
  • 154,342 cycle movements were recorded in May 2017, an crease of 9.2% when compared to May 2016.

At 13 city centre count sites:

  • 1.746 million cycle movements were recorded for the year of June 2016 to May 2017.
  • 162,628 cycle movements were recorded in May 2017, an increase of 6.0% when compared to May 2016.

April 2017 automated cycle counts

At 14 regional count sites:

  • 1.713 million cycle movements were recorded for the year: May 2016 to April 2017, an increase of 6.8% on the previous 12 months.
  • 154,645 cycle movements were recorded in April 2017, a decrease of 1.4%

At 13 city-centre count sites:

  • 1.737 million cycle movements were recorded for the year: May 2016 to April 2017
  • 150,715 cycle movements were recorded in April 2017, a decrease of 9.2% when compared to April 2016

March 2017 automated cycle counts

At 14 regional count sites:

  • 1.716 million cycle movements were recorded for the year: April 2016 to March 2017, an increase of 8.6% on the previous 12 months.
  • 172,272 cycle movements were recorded in March 2017, an increase of 3.6%.

At 13 city-centre count sites:

  • 1.752 million cycle movements were recorded for the year: April 2016 to March 2017.
  • 173,181 cycle movements were recorded in March 2017, a decrease of 4.8% when compared to March 2016 (note that the Lightpath was closed from 1-7 March).

February 2017 automated cycle counts

At 14 regional count sites:

  • 1.710 million cycle movements were recorded for the year of March 2016 to February 2017, an increase of 8.8% on the previous 12 months.
  • 170,452 cycle movements were recorded in February 2017, an increase of 6.7%.

At 13 city-centre count sites:

  • 1.761 million cycle movements were recorded for the year of March 2016 to February 2017.
  • 164,346 cycle movements were recorded in February 2017, a decrease of 1.8% when compared to February 2016.

January 2017 automated cycle counts

At 14 regional count sites:

  • 1.700 million cycle movements were recorded for the year of February 2016 to January 2017, an increase of 8.8% on the previous 12 months.
  • 166,130 cycle movements were recorded in January 2017, an increase of 9.6%.

At 13 city-centre count sites:

  • 1.764 million cycle movements were recorded for the year of February 2016 to January 2017.
  • 162,055 cycle movements were recorded in January 2017, an increase of 1.3% when compared to January 2016.

2016 monthly cycle monitoring reports

Download the January to December 2016 Auckland cycle counter data (CSV 48KB) 

December 2016 automated cycle counts

At 14 regional count sites:

  • 1.68 million cycle movements were recorded for the year of January to December 2016, an increase of 7.2% on the previous 12 months.
  • 145,097 cycle movements were recorded in December 2016, an increase of 2.9%.

At 13 city centre count sites:

  • 1.76 million cycle movements were recorded for the year of January to December 2016.
  • 145,826 cycle movements were recorded in December 2016, a decrease of 12.4% when compared to December 2015.

November 2016 automated cycle counts

At 14 regional count sites:

  • 1.67 million cycle movements were recorded for the year of December 2015 to November 2016, an increase of 8.5% on the previous 12 months.
  • 145,422 cycle movements were recorded in November 2016, an increase of 4.5% when compared to November 2015.

At 13 city centre count sites:

  • 1.77 million cycle movements were recorded for the year of December 2015 to November 2016.
  • 147,468 cycle movements were recorded in November 2016, an increase of 12.8% when compared to November 2015.

October 2016 automated cycle counts

At 14 regional count sites:

  • 1.67 million cycle movements were recorded for the year of November 2015 to October 2016, an increase of 8.9% on the previous 12 months.
  • 145,039 cycle movements were recorded in October 2016, an increase of 7.0% when compared to October 2015.

At 13 city centre count sites:

  • 1.76 million cycle movements were recorded/estimated for the year of November 2015 to October 2016.
  • 144,017 cycle movements were recorded in October 2016.

September 2016 automated cycle counts

At 14 regional count sites:

  • 1.66 million cycle movements were recorded for the year of October 2015 to September 2016, an increase of 8.8% on the previous 12 months.
  • 119,142 cycle movements were recorded in September 2016, an increase of 4.8% when compared to September 2015.

At 13 city centre count sites:

  • 1.75 million cycle movements were recorded/estimated for the year of October 2015 to September 2016.
  • 122,697 cycle movements were recorded in September 2016.

August 2016 automated cycle monitoring report

At 14 regional count sites:

  • 1.66 million cycle movements were recorded for the year of September 2015 to August 2016, an increase of 8.8% on the previous 12 months.
  • 123,388 cycle movements were recorded in August 2016, an increase of 13.9% when compared to August 2015.

At 13 city centre count sites:

  • 1.74 million cycle movements were recorded/estimated for the year of September 2015 to August 2016.
  • 130,523 cycle movements were recorded in August 2016.

July 2016 automated cycle monitoring report

At 14 regional count sites:

  • 1.64 million cycle movements were recorded for the year of August 2015 to July 2016, an increase of 8.1% on the previous 12 months.
  • 110,822 cycle movements were recorded in July 2016, an increase of 11.3% when compared to July 2015.

At 13 city centre count sites:

  • 1.71 million cycle movements were recorded/estimated for the year of August 2015 to July 2016.
  • 115,518 cycle movements were recorded in July 2016.

June 2016 automated cycle monitoring report

At 9 count sites:

  • There has been an increase of 15.1% in cycle movements in June 2016 when compared to June 2015.
  • The morning peak movement’s increased by 11.8% when compared to June last year. Note that public holidays are not included in the morning peak count from October 2015. There was one public holiday day in June 2016.
  • A total of 995,828 cycle movements were recorded for the year of July 2015 to June 2016, this is an increase of 9.9% on the previous year.

May 2016 automated cycle monitoring report

At 9 count sites:

  • There has been an increase of 22.6% in cycle movements in May 2016 when compared to May 2015.
  • The morning peak movement’s increased by 25.8% when compared to May last year.
  • A total of 986,039 cycle movements were recorded for the year of June 2015 to May 2016, this is an increase of 9.3% on the previous year.

April 2016 automated cycle monitoring report

At 9 count sites:

  • There has been an increase of 19.3% in cycle movements in April 2016 when compared to April 2015.
  • The morning peak movement’s increased by 24.2% when compared to April last year. Note that public holidays are not included in the morning peak count from October 2015. There was one public holiday day in April 2016.
  • A total of 969,696 cycle movements were recorded for the year of May 2015 to April 2016, this is an increase of 7.2% on the previous year.

March 2016 automated cycle monitoring report

At 9 count sites:

  • There has been an increase of 7.0% in cycle movements in March 2016 when compared to March 2015.
  • The morning peak movement’s decreased by 1.0% when compared to March last year. Note that public holidays are not included in the morning peak count from October 2015. There were two public holiday days in March 2016.
  • A total of 954,153 cycle movements were recorded for the year of April 2015 to March 2016, this is an increase of 5.7% on the previous year.

February 2016 automated cycle monitoring report

At 9 count sites:

  • There has been an increase of 6.4% in cycle movements in February 2016 when compared to February 2015. 
  • The morning peak movement’s increased by 2.1% when compared to February last year. Note that public holidays are not included in the morning peak count from October 2015. There were two public holiday days in February 2016.
  • A total of 947,413 cycle movements were recorded for the year of March 2015 to February 2016, this is an increase of 5.2% on the previous year. 

January 2016 automated cycle monitoring report

At 9 count sites:

  • There has been a decrease of 5.3% in cycle movements in January 2016 when compared to January 2015.
  • The morning peak movement’s decreased by 11.8% when compared to January last year. Note that public holidays are not included in the morning peak count from October 2015.
  • A total of 941,466 cycle movements were recorded for the year of February 2015 to January 2016. This is an increase of 5.1% on the previous year.

2015 monthly cycle monitoring reports

December 2015 automated cycle monitoring report

At 9 count sites:

  • There has been an increase of 20.0% in cycle movements in December 2015 when compared to December 2014.
  • The morning peak movement’s increased by 19.3% when compared to December last year. Note that public holidays are not included in the 2015 morning peak count.
  • A total of 946,749 cycle movements were recorded for the year of January to December 2015, this is an increase of 7.4% on the previous year.

November 2015 automated cycle monitoring report

At 9 count sites:

  • There has been an increase of 10.6% in cycle movements in November 2015 when compared to November 2014.
  • The morning peak movement’s increased by 32.3% when compared to November last year.
  • A total of 932,302 cycle movements were recorded for the year of December 2014 to November 2015, this is an increase of 5.6% on the previous year.

October 2015 automated cycle monitoring report

At 9 count sites:

  • There has been an increase of 6.0% in cycle movements in October 2015 when compared to October 2014.
  • The morning peak movement’s increased by 0.7% when compared to October last year. Note that from October 2015 public holidays are no longer included in morning peak counts.
  • A total of 924,286 cycle movements were recorded for the year of November 2014 to October 2015, this is an increase of 3.7% on the previous year.

September 2015 automated cycle monitoring report

At 9 count sites:

  • There has been an increase of 6.3% in cycle movements in September 2015 when compared to September 2014.
  • The morning peak movement’s decreased by 3.1% when compared to September last year.
  • A total of 919,703 cycle movements were recorded for the year of October 2014 to September 2015, this is an increase of 2.27% on the previous year.

Please note: The September 2015 counts differ to those originally reported. It has recently been discovered that the counter at Lake Rd was not functioning correctly. The counts have since been revised to better reflect what the actual count would have been.


August 2015 automated cycle monitoring report

At 9 count sites:

  • There has been an increase of 7.3% in cycle movements in August 2015 when compared to August 2014.
  • The morning peak movement’s increased by 9.7% when compared to August last year.
  • A total of 915,664 cycle movements were recorded for the year of September 2014 to August 2015, this is an increase of 2.26% on the previous year.

July 2015 automated cycle monitoring report

At 9 count sites:

  • There has been an increase of 9.1% in cycle movements in July 2015 when compared to July 2014.
  • The morning peak movement’s increased by 10.8% when compared to July last year.
  • A total of 911,350 cycle movements were recorded for the year of August 2014 to July 2015, this is an increase of 1.20% on the previous year.

June 2015 automated cycle monitoring report

At 9 count sites:

  • There has been an increase of 6.9% in cycle movements in June 2015 when compared to June 2014.
  • The morning peak movement’s increased by 23.4% when compared to June last year.
  • A total of 906,518 cycle movements were recorded for the year of July 2014 to June 2015, this is a decrease of 1.0% on the previous year.

May 2015 automated cycle monitoring report

At 9 count sites:

  • There has been a decrease of 3.4% in cycle movements in May 2015 when compared to May 2014.
  • The morning peak movement’s increased by 0.1% when compared to May last year.
  • A total of 902,343 cycle movements were recorded for the year of June 2014 to May 2015, this is a decrease of 0.8% on the previous year.

April 2015 automated cycle monitoring report

At 9 count sites:

  • There has been an increase of 3.3% in cycle movements in April 2015 when compared to April 2014.
  • The morning peak movement’s increased by 1.4% when compared to April last year.
  • A total of 904,901 cycle movements were recorded for the year of May 2014 to April 2015, this is an increase of 0.9% on the previous year.

March 2015 automated cycle monitoring report

At 9 count sites:

  • There has been an increase of 1.9% in cycle movements in March 2015 compared to March 2014.
  • Morning peak movements increased by 8.8% compared to March last year.
  • A total of 902,343 cycle movements were recorded for the year April 2014 to March 2015. This is an increase of 0.8% from the previous year.

February 2015 automated cycle monitoring report

At 9 count sites:

  • There has been an increase of 5.6% in cycle movements in February 2015 when compared to February 2014.
  • The morning peak movements increased by 6.1% when compared to February last year.
  • A total of 900,531cycle movements were recorded for the year of March 2014 to February 2015. This is an increase of 1.5% from the previous year.

January 2015 automated cycle monitoring report

At 9 count sites:

  • There has been an increase of 16.4% in cycle movements in January 2015 when compared to January 2014.
  • The morning peak movements increased by 18.9% when compared to January last year.
  • A total of 895,586 cycle movements were recorded for the year of February 2014 to January 2015. This is an increase of 0.9% from the previous year.

2014 monthly cycle monitoring reports

December 2014 automated cycle monitoring report

At 9 count sites:

  • There has been a decrease of 1.9% in cycle movements in December 2014 when compared to December 2013.
  • The morning peak movements increased by 2.0% when compared to December last year.
  • A total of 881,620 cycle movements were recorded for the year of January 2014 to December 2014, this is a decrease of 0.8% on the previous year.

November 2014 automated cycle monitoring report

At 9 count sites:

  • There has been a decrease of 9.8% in cycle movements in November 2014 when compared to November 2013.
  • The morning peak movement’s decreased by 22.5% when compared to November last year.
  • A total of 883,031 cycle movements were recorded for the year of December 2013 to November 2014, this is an increase of 0.2% on the previous year.

October 2014 automated cycle monitoring report

At 9 count sites:

  • There has been a decrease of 9.5% in cycle movements in October 2014 when compared to October 2013.
  • The morning peak movement’s increased by 0.5% when compared to October last year.
  • A total of 891,245 cycle movements were recorded for the year of November 2013 to October 2014, this is an increase of 2.3% on the previous year.

September 2014 automated cycle monitoring report

At 9 count sites:

  • There has been an increase of 6.3% in cycle movements in September 2014 when compared to September 2013.
  • The morning peak movement’s increased by 31.3% when compared to September last year.
  • A total of 899,251 cycle movements were recorded for the year of October 2013 to September 2014, this is an increase of 5.4% on the previous year.

August 2014 automated cycle monitoring report

At 9 count sites:

  • There has been a decrease of 7.9% in cycle movements in August 2014 when compared to August 2013.
  • The morning peak movement’s decreased by 2.5% when compared to August last year.
  • A total of 895,468 cycle movements were recorded for the year of September 2013 to August 2014, this is an increase of 4.8% on the previous year.

July 2014 automated cycle monitoring report

At 9 count sites:

  • There has been a decrease of 21.9% in cycle movements in July 2014 when compared to July 2013.
  • The morning peak movement’s decreased by 6.0% when compared to July last year.
  • A total of 900,543 cycle movements were recorded for the year of August 2013 to July 2014, this is an increase of 5.7% on the previous year.

June 2014 automated cycle monitoring report

At 9 count sites:

  • There has been an increase of 11.4% in cycle movements in June 2014 when compared to June 2013.
  • The morning peak movement’s increased by 18.7% when compared to June last year.
  • A total of 915,458 cycle movements were recorded for the year July 2013 to June 2014, this is an increase of 9.6% on the previous year.

May 2014 automated cycle monitoring report

At 9 count sites:

  • There has been an increase of 19.5% in cycle movements in May 2014 when compared to May 2013.
  • The morning peak movement’s increased by 23.8% when compared to May last year.
  • A total of 909,234 cycle movements were recorded for the year June 2013 to May 2014, this is an increase of 8.8% on the previous year.

April 2014 automated cycle monitoring report

At 9 count sites:

  • There has been an increase of 2.5% in cycle movements in April 2014 when compared to April 2013.
  • The morning peak movement’s increased by 13.4% when compared to April last year.
  • A total of 897,039 cycle movements were recorded for the year May 2013 to April 2014, this is an increase of 7.05% on the previous year.

March 2014 automated cycle monitoring report

At 9 count sites:

  • There has been an increase of 9.2% in cycle movements in March 2014 when compared to March 2013.
  • The morning peak movement’s increased by 19.7% when compared to March last year.
  • A total of 895,165 cycle movements were recorded for the year April 2013 to March 2014, this is an increase of 6.6% on the previous year.

February 2014 automated cycle monitoring report

At 9 count sites:

  • There has been a decrease of 0.5% in cycle movements in February 2014 when compared to February 2013.
  • The morning peak movement’s increased by 16.3% when compared to February last year.
  • A total of 887,203 cycle movements were recorded for the year March 2013 to February 2014, this is an increase of 7.2% on the previous year.

January 2014 automated cycle monitoring report

At 9 count sites:

  • There has been a decrease of 1.6% in cycle movements in January 2014 when compared to January 2013.
  • The morning peak movement’s increased by 15.5% when compared to January last year.
  • A total of 887,691 cycle movements were recorded for the year February 2013 to January 2014, this is an increase of 8.11% on the previous year.

Download monthly counts from each site from November 2010 - December 2019 (CSV 28KB)


About the data


The 26 counter sites that are reported are:

      • Beach Road
      • Curran Street
      • East Coast Road
      • Grafton Bridge
      • Grafton Gully
      • Grafton Road
      • Great South Road
      • Highbrook shared path
      • Hopetoun Street
      • Karangahape Road
      • Lagoon Drive
      • Lake Road
      • Lightpath
      • Mangere Bridge
      • Northwestern cycleway – Kingsland
      • Northwestern cycleway – Te Atatu
      • Orewa shared path
      • Quay St (Vector Arena)
      • SH20 shared path (near Dominion Road)
      • Symonds Street
      • Tamaki Drive (both sides of the road)
      • Te Wero Bridge (Wynyard Quarter)
      • Twin Streams shared path
      • Upper Harbour Drive
      • Upper Queen Street
      • Victoria St West

This equipment counts the number of cycle movements all day, every day and the data collected is used for a variety of reasons including:

      • Identifying trends in cycling.
      • Guiding policy and the investment in cycling.
      • Reporting to the public on the use of the cycle network.

Find out more about the counter products we use on eco-compteur.com.



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