GPS BASED MAPPING OF CYCLISTS’ ROUTES IN COPENHAGEN- A PILOT SURVEY <br />Anne-Marie Sanvig Knudsen<br />1<br />
THE AIM OF THE PILOT SURVEY<br />to collect data and show how to create a database through GPS tracking from which cyclist...
THE SURVEY SET UP<br />4 men and 4 women from the Danish Town Planning Institute participated <br />The survey was carried...
LESSONS LEARNED- THE LOMMY<br />PROS<br />easy to use<br />”useless”-doesn’trepresentanyusevalue<br />CONS<br />”oldschool...
LESSONS LEARNED- TEXT MESSAGE SERVICE<br />PROS<br />textmessagesfrom participants adds a qualitative dimension<br />textm...
LESSONS LEARNED- ONLINE QUESTIONNAIRE <br />PROS<br />allows for a more detailedaccount of each trip <br />canhelpidentify...
LESSONS LEARNED- FOLLOW-UP QUESTIONNAIRE<br />PROS<br />providedusefulinsightinto<br />how to improve the methodology and ...
LESSONS LEARNED- GPS DATA<br />8<br />
VISUALIZATION OF DATA-TOTAL SUM OF POINTS<br />Visualization of<br />all 96169 points<br />9<br />
VISUALIZATION OF DATA-STAY/MOVEMENT<br />8 participants’ transport corridors<br />Of the 96169 points, movement data was i...
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Anne-Marie | Bikeability Workshop December 2010

  1. 1. GPS BASED MAPPING OF CYCLISTS’ ROUTES IN COPENHAGEN- A PILOT SURVEY <br />Anne-Marie Sanvig Knudsen<br />1<br />
  2. 2. THE AIM OF THE PILOT SURVEY<br />to collect data and show how to create a database through GPS tracking from which cyclists’ routes can be visualized. <br />to show how the survey design works in practice and which elements of the set-up to be aware of and develop when the large scale GPS based survey of the Bikeability research project is carried out in the spring of 2011.<br />2<br />
  3. 3. THE SURVEY SET UP<br />4 men and 4 women from the Danish Town Planning Institute participated <br />The survey was carried out Monday to Friday, week 35, august 2010<br />Participants carried the GPS device (lommy) throughout the survey<br />Participants were furthermore encouraged to log their trips online<br />A text message service was set-up to remind participants to bring the lommy in the morning/charge it in the evening<br />Follow-up questionnaire<br />3<br />
  4. 4. LESSONS LEARNED- THE LOMMY<br />PROS<br />easy to use<br />”useless”-doesn’trepresentanyusevalue<br />CONS<br />”oldschool” design<br />not interactive<br />4<br />
  5. 5. LESSONS LEARNED- TEXT MESSAGE SERVICE<br />PROS<br />textmessagesfrom participants adds a qualitative dimension<br />textmessagesto participants werehelpful<br />CONS<br />demandingmethod for participants and research team<br />due to technicaldifficulties the textmessage service onlyworkedsporadically<br />5<br />
  6. 6. LESSONS LEARNED- ONLINE QUESTIONNAIRE <br />PROS<br />allows for a more detailedaccount of each trip <br />canhelpidentifybicycle trips<br />CONS<br />a time-consumingmethod for both participant and research team<br />hence, onlyfew trips werelogged<br />6<br />
  7. 7. LESSONS LEARNED- FOLLOW-UP QUESTIONNAIRE<br />PROS<br />providedusefulinsightinto<br />how to improve the methodology and surveyset-up<br />CONS<br />time-consuming-requireshighlymotivated participants <br />7<br />
  8. 8. LESSONS LEARNED- GPS DATA<br />8<br />
  9. 9. VISUALIZATION OF DATA-TOTAL SUM OF POINTS<br />Visualization of<br />all 96169 points<br />9<br />
  10. 10. VISUALIZATION OF DATA-STAY/MOVEMENT<br />8 participants’ transport corridors<br />Of the 96169 points, movement data was identified to 16547 points (17,2%) and stay data was identified to 79621 <br />points (82,79%). In comparison with previous surveys, the dataset contains a large proportion of movement points. <br />10<br />

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