The beta version of the Pedestrian and Bicycle Crash Analysis Tool (PBCAT) was completed in November 1999. That version of the software had undergone a number of revisions based on comments from both the project development team and a limited number of outside reviewers. Subsequently, this project was intended to expand the pool of practitioners using the software and conduct a formal evaluation of the product. The participants in the study included health and safety professionals, transportation planners, traffic engineers, and bicycle and pedestrian coordinators. Of the 20 people who agreed to participate in the effort, 12 actually completed the data entry, while 14 responded to the surveys. Provided below is a brief summary of the results from the crash typing, surveys, and follow-up evaluation.