Multimodal Corridors: Evaluation Process - Performance
**Note: For all maps listed below, the mapping legend is relatively simple where high ratings were given a green color, medium rating a yellow and a low rating a red.
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Pedestrian and Bicycle Facilities and Performance
The maps below include the pedestrian and bicycle facilities maps as presented in the facilities, but adds the actual performance resulting from pedestrian and bicycle usage. As can be seen in the comparison, there is a relatively strong correlation between facilities and performance, whereas corridors that have higher level of facilities tend to experience higher usage and vice versa for corridors with lower levels of facilities.
Land Use and Performance
Land uses and transportation has been sited as being strongly correlated. In general, the Boulder indicator data confirms this correlation, where higher density and a mix of uses to travel between correlate to pedestrian, bicycle and transit activity. Where higher performance than the land use would suggest occurs along some of the outlying corridors, it tends to correlate to regional travel.