When Randy at ODF did the same thing he calculated it on the average usage times. Most used the lanes on average 1.75 hours. Most of the time there were an average of 1.8 people using the lane at a time. With roughly 12 hours of legal useable time per day 7 days a week for four lanes.What's your guess at number of people who use these lanes per year?
I'm filling out the final report to NRA Foundation for the recent grant and it asks how many people benefit, per year, from our project. It's also asking how many males under 17, females under 17, women and men. I can't insert text, only numbers.
Long lanes: 15 people/day x 2 lanes.
Short lanes: 8 people/day x 2 lanes
Total = 76/day x 365 days/year = 27,740 people per year use these 4 lanes.
Doesn't sound realistic to me. I'd be more inclined to say 5,000 to 8,000 but that's going to be low.
What's your calc?