*Update: Cycling Data in Metroview now includes E-Bike rides! In addition to the new Activity Type chart, all dashboard statistics now factor in both rides on traditional bicycles and those on E-Bikes. As a result you may see an increase in the Highlights, Trips, People, and Demographic sections.*
On the dashboard, high-level insights and statistics are surfaced from your area of interest on a rolling basis.
Your area of interest is shown at the top of the screen. If your organization has multiple areas, you can switch between them using the dropdown menu.
Just below you can see highlights from the last data cycle within your area of interest (weekly or monthly), with comparisons to the previous period so you can see how numbers are trending.
In this chart you can see how traffic patterns are changing over time in your area.
You can see volumes of trips, filtering by commutes or leisure rides, either monthly or weekly, comparing across multiple years.
On the right you can see the volume of people who actually made those trips, monthly or weekly, across multiple years, and whether those people are locals or visitors to your area
At the bottom, you will find demographic information about people in your area, with the ability to compare across multiple years.
In the bottom-right quadrant you will see a chart with specific distribution percentages, depending on your selected mode of transport. When cycling activities are selected, the graphic will display what percentage of those activities were E-bike rides versus rides on a traditional bicycle. This is determined by the activity type the uploading Strava member used when logging their ride.
When looking at pedestrian activities, the same quadrant will now show a breakdown of what percentage were runs, walks, or hikes. Just like with other charts, you may add or remove different years to compare trends over time. To learn more about modes of transportation delivered in Strava Metro, please read our Knowledge Base article on Activity Types.