Welcome to PAG’s Bike Count Volunteer Site


Sign up to participate in the 2022 Bike Count! The dates of the count are October 17th through November 3rd.

Weekday counts occur on Mondays through Thursdays, from 7:00 to 9:00 a.m. and from 4:00 to 6:00 p.m. Weekend counts occur on Saturdays and Sundays from 7:00 to 10:00 a.m.

Below is a link to a map of count locations. The colored dots are count locations, and the color is an indicator for the shifts available. To sign up as a volunteer at a location, simply click a dot on the map, and a set of text boxes will appear showing available shifts. Fill out the AM fields to count in the morning, or fill out the PM fields to count in the evening. Volunteers choose the date to do the count.

After you click "save," you will immediately be sent an email with confirmation and additional information. The map will be updated removing the shifts you signed up for. Locations will disappear from the map once all shifts have been taken.

Click here to go to the sign-up map or select 'Bicycle Count Sign Up' from the Navigate menu at the top of this page.


• David Mitchell is the Bike Count coordinator. Please add dmitchell@PAGregion.com. to your safe senders list inside your email client. Voice messages can be left by calling (520) 495-1462.

• Volunteers training will be done via a live Zoom presentation during the first week of October (date and time TBA). The recording will be uploaded to PAG’s YouTube channel.

• Signed waivers are required for volunteer participation.

• Volunteers will need to provide their own transportation to and from their count location.

• Checklist for items volunteers need to bring:

 □ one count sheet for each hour of counting (2 sheets for weekdays, 3 sheets for weekends)
 □ two pens, one for backup
 □ a time-keeping device (watch, cell phone)
 □ water and snacks
 □ weather protection (hat, sunscreen, umbrella, jacket, sunglasses)
 □ face covering to use when not able to physically distance yourself from others
 □ folding/portable chair
 □ clip board or something hard to write on

• After the count, volunteers will need to email a photo or scan of their count sheets to the coordinator.