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Presentation of Urban Mobility Demonstration Proejcts

Presentation of Urban Mobility Demonstration Proejcts

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  • 1. 3rd edition Brussels, Belgium Transport Research Arena Europe 2010 7 – 10, June 2010Evaluating the Impacts of CIVITAS II ProjectsD. Guikink – DTV Consultants (ProjectManager)M. McDonald & R.D. Hall –Transportation Research Group (TRG),University of Southampton (EvaluationManagers)
  • 2. Content What is CIVITAS? The Project(s) in CIVITAS Approach to (Impact) Evaluation Some Examples Conclusions 2 Transport Research Arena Europe 2010, Brussels
  • 3. What is CIVITAS? CIVITAS - cleaner and better transport in cities – stands for CIty-VITAlity-Sustainability. CIVITAS is an EU initiative for supporting and evaluating the implementation of integrated sustainable and energy efficient urban transport strategies in European cities that should make a real difference to the welfare of the European citizen. 3 Transport Research Arena Europe 2010, Brussels
  • 4. CIVITAS objectives: Sustainable, clean and (energy) efficient urban transport measures Integrated packages of technology and policy measures Critical mass and markets for innovation 4 Transport Research Arena Europe 2010, Brussels
  • 5. CIVITAS II Demonstration Cities (2005 – 2008) 5Transport Research Arena Europe 2010, Brussels
  • 6. CIVITAS II Demonstration Cities (2005 – 2008) 6Transport Research Arena Europe 2010, Brussels
  • 7. CIVITAS II Demonstration Cities (2005 – 2008) 7Transport Research Arena Europe 2010, Brussels
  • 8. CIVITAS II Demonstration Cities (2005 – 2008) 8Transport Research Arena Europe 2010, Brussels
  • 9. CIVITAS II Demonstration Cities (2005 – 2008) 9Transport Research Arena Europe 2010, Brussels
  • 10. CIVITAS II: Application Areas ( ) No. of Measures in CIIVITAS II Clean vehicles and alternative fuels (23) Access management (25) Integrated pricing strategies (8) Stimulation of public transport modes (37) New forms of vehicle use and ownership (18) New concepts for goods distribution (18) Innovative soft measures (47) Telematics (32) 10 Transport Research Arena Europe 2010, Brussels
  • 11. Evaluation Framework in CIVITAS CIVITAS Evaluation Objectives CIVITAS Measures Impact Evaluation Process Evaluation  Guidelines for defining  Collecting information on evaluation scenarios Evaluation at all stages of the measure  Common core indicators Measure and  Feedback and support  Guidelines for measurement City Levels  Factors of success and  Guidelines for up-scaling unexpected barriers  Guidelines for reporting  Input for policy recommendations Reporting Evaluation Results Cross-site Evaluation  Comparing results across sites  Assessing transferability  Conclusions and recommendations 11 Transport Research Arena Europe 2010, Brussels
  • 12. Outline of Impact Evaluation Framework Detailed Measure Descriptions  Effects/Impacts  Indicators ‘Baseline’ Evaluation Plans G U A ‘Business-as-Usual’ R D Measure or Grouped Measure ‘After’ level Evaluations Project & City understandings Cross-site Evaluation and Transferability Support for Recommendations to other EUROPEAN CITIES 12 Transport Research Arena Europe 2010, Brussels
  • 13. Approach to Process Evaluation Implementation Process of Measures 13 Transport Research Arena Europe 2010, Brussels
  • 14. Impacts and Common Indicators Benefits ECONOMY Costs ENERGY Energy Consumption Pollution / Nuisance ENVIRONMENT Resource Consumption Acceptance Accessibility Employment SOCIETY Equity Health Security Quality of Service Safety TRANSPORT Transport Ssytem Transport System 14 Transport Research Arena Europe 2010, Brussels
  • 15. Car Sharing 15 Transport Research Arena Europe 2010, Brussels
  • 16. Clean Vehicle Technologies 16 Transport Research Arena Europe 2010, Brussels
  • 17. Bus-bike Service in La Rochelle 17 Transport Research Arena Europe 2010, Brussels
  • 18. Cycle Trailer for Childcare 18 Transport Research Arena Europe 2010, Brussels
  • 19. Fixed Gate for Bus Lane Control at Genoa 19 Transport Research Arena Europe 2010, Brussels
  • 20. Access Control in Norwich 20 Transport Research Arena Europe 2010, Brussels
  • 21. CIVITAS II Facts & Figures 17 Demonstration Projects implemented over 200 measures across 8 thematic areas Forum Members: 72 (2005) , 170 (2009), representing 60 million EU inhabitants 3150 new carpoolers, 700 clean vehicles, 60 km cycle lanes, 950 cycle parks, 2400 rental bikes, modal split cycling on average changed from 1% to 7%, awareness 90%, travel times savings up to 25%, fuel savings up to 8%, 1,6 website visits, 5000 off-street parking facilities, extension/installation of 13 LEZ, reduction of car trips 12%, 89% less congestion in LEZ, dissatisfaction levels fell from 76% to 33%, active satisfaction rose to 58%, etc. etc. etc. All small steps towards the critical mass that is so urgently needed 21 Transport Research Arena Europe 2010, Brussels
  • 22. Clean Vehicles Increase in the Clean Vehicle Fleet (700 vehicles) Other 2% Hybrid Electric 1% EuroV 3% 4% Euro IV CNG / Other 8% Gas 30% Soot Filters 12% LPG Biodiesel 20% 20% 22 Transport Research Arena Europe 2010, Brussels
  • 23. Evaluation Issues Differences in Expectations Timing and Scale of Measures Parallel Measures and Policies Quality of Evaluation Clarification of Measures Resources for Evaluation Overlapping Measures Baseline Variability 23 Transport Research Arena Europe 2010, Brussels
  • 24. Key Findings Success of legislation Biodiesel success Car pooling/car sharing potential Cycle use increases Urban logistics complex partnerships Mobility management Public transport measures effective Access control reduces car use/improves environment 24 Transport Research Arena Europe 2010, Brussels
  • 25. Final Comment CIVITAS II has been particularly successful in raising the profile of sustainability measures. The evaluation and related processes have generated a political driving force. 25 Transport Research Arena Europe 2010, Brussels
  • 26. Contact Project Manager: Don Guikink, D.Guikink@dtvconsultants.nl Evaluation Manager: Mike McDonald, m.mcdonald@soton.ac.uk  Process Evaluation: Oliver Roider, oliver.roider@boku.ac.at & Roman Klemenschitz, roman.klemenschitz@boku.ac.at 26 Transport Research Arena Europe 2010, Brussels