Information about non-motorized transport, i.e., cycling and walking, are needed for planning and management support of urban transport systems. However, in the city of Skopje, monitoring programs still aren’t established by transport officials on regular basis. Hence, transport planners and researchers lack bicycle and pedestrian counts for managing traffic demand. Having in mind principles for comprehensive monitoring as a framework for assessment, this paper summarizes approaches and recommendations for initiating monitoring program in the city of Skopje. Also, describes steps in establishing monitoring program and identifies possible application of the analyzed monitored data for non-motorized transport.