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  1. 1. All‐Island Atlas Workshop 2 Justin Gleeson NIRSA NUIM 08/04/14NIRSA, NUIM, 08/04/14
  2. 2. Travel to Work - Green • 273,755 (12.7%) Walked or Cycled to work • Number decreased by -5.9% between 2001 andy 2011 • NI -12.8% • RoI -3.4% • As expected, rates are highest in main cities • Belfast (18.3%) and Dublin (17.7%)
  3. 3. Travel to Work - Green
  4. 4. Travel to Work – Public Transport • 189,334 (8.2%) used Public Transport to work • 6.1% in NI, 8.1% in RoI • Increase of 2.9% (+4,044) in RoI, Decrease of -4.8% (-2,270) in NI • Highest rates are Dublin City19.8% and Belfast 14.5% • Other high areas are within commuter areas of Mid-East M h 5 9% Wi kl 9 1% d Kild 8 8%– Meath 5.9%,Wicklow 9.1% and Kildare 8.8% • Excluding GDA, Public mode is only 2.2% in RoIRoI
  5. 5. Travel to Work – Public Transport • 189,334 (8.2%) used Public Transport to work • 6.1% in NI, 8.1% in RoI • Increase of 2.9% (+4,044) in RoI, Decrease of -4.8% (-2,270) in NI Hi h t t D bli Cit 19 8% d• Highest rates are Dublin City19.8% and Belfast 14.5% Oth hi h ithi t f• Other high areas are within commuter areas of Mid-East – Meath 5 9% Wicklow 9 1% and Kildare 8 8%Meath 5.9%,Wicklow 9.1% and Kildare 8.8% • Excluding GDA, Public mode is only 2.2% in RoI
  6. 6. Travel to Work – Private Transport • 1.8M or 71.5% of people travel to work using Private Transport • (Car Driver/Passenger, Motorbike Van Driver, Car Pooling) • Increased by 11.6% or 187k since 01/02 – Dublin/Belfast both 56% All th LA >70%• All other LAs >70% • Highest: Donegal 80.6% (RoI) and Magherafelt 78 7%Magherafelt 78.7% • Biggest increase - Laois 34.9% Pop increase of 20% since 2006– Pop increase of 20% since 2006
  7. 7. Travel to Work – Private Transport • Smarter Travel – A Sustainable Transport Future 2009 – 2020 – Work-related commuting by car will be reduced from a current modal share of 65% to 45%
  8. 8. Commuting Patterns • Dublin is the major employment and commuting destination in Irelandcommuting destination in Ireland • 457k working in Dublin City Metro • Highest commuting LAs:Highest commuting LAs: • Kildare 35% • Meath 32%Meath 32% • Wicklow 39.4%
  9. 9. Commuting Patterns
  10. 10. Commuting Patterns • Dublin is the major employment and commuting destination in Irelandcommuting destination in Ireland • 457k working in Dublin City Metro • Largest commuters:Largest commuters: • Kildare 35% • Meath 32%Meath 32% • Wicklow 39.4%
  11. 11. Commuting Patterns
  12. 12. Commuting Patterns
  13. 13. Commuting Patterns
  14. 14. Commuting Patterns
  15. 15. Commuting Patterns
  16. 16. Cross Border Commuting • Destinations in NI (6,419) • 250m grid/OA/WARD – Derry City 40% – Newry City 6% – Enniskillen 4% – Strabane 4% – Belfast City 7.5%
  17. 17. Working in the Rural Economy • 314,213 are employed in the Rural economyeconomy • 74% Rural Dwellers (living outside settlements of 1,500 pop), p p) • 26% Urban Dwellers
  18. 18. Working in the Urban Economy • 1,161,003 are employed in the Urban economyeconomy • 23.5% Rural Dwellers (living outside settlements of 1,500 pop), p p) • 76.5% Urban Dwellers
  19. 19. Working in Gateways • 814,612 are employed within Gateway destinationsdestinations • 14.7% Rural Dwellers (living outside settlements of 1,500 pop), p p) • 85.3% Urban Dwellers
  20. 20. Urban v Rural Dwellers – Travel Times
  21. 21. Urban v Rural Jobs – Travel Times
  22. 22. Communications – Internet Access • 72% households (1.18m) have Internet Access • 74.3% in NI (ONS Quarterly Update) • RoI has increased by 171% from 2002 • Lowest rates - Leitrim 61.6%, Longford 62.1% and South Tipp 63.6% • Highest rates – DRL, SDCC and Fingal all >80%. • Galway City 78% , Kildare 78% & Meath 76.6% also high. Dublin City 71.9% • NI using Health & Social Services Board, Sampleg , p Based Continuous Household Survey (CHS) 2011 • Eastern - 77%, Northern - 76%, Southern - 73%,Western 62%
  23. 23. Communications – Broadband Access • Broadband access in RoI • 88.8% with internet use broadband (57% in 2006) • Major Urban Areas (Cities) have better access with >90% of internet users accessing internetwith >90% of internet users accessing internet using Broadband. • Rural Areas have the lowest levels of access due to lack of service and infrastructure • Demand for Broadband/Internet is influenced by socio demographic attributes age ofby socio-demographic attributes – age of households, social class, levels of disadvantage etc
  24. 24. Communications – Broadband Access • Broadband access in RoI • Of the households with internet access 88.8% access using broadband (57% in 2006) • Major Urban Areas (Cities) have better• Major Urban Areas (Cities) have better access with >90% of internet users accessing internet using Broadband. • Rural Areas have the lowest levels of access due to lack of service and infrastructure • Demand for Broadband/Internet is influenced• Demand for Broadband/Internet is influenced by socio-demographic attributes – age of households, social class, levels of disadvantage etc
  25. 25. Communications – Broadband Access • Broadband access in RoI • Of the households with internet access 88.8% access using broadband (57% in 2006) • Major Urban Areas (Cities) have better access with >90% of internet users accessing internetwith >90% of internet users accessing internet using Broadband. • Rural Areas have the lowest levels of access due to lack of service and infrastructure – DCENR National Broadband Plan I di t t t d li 70» Indigo – target to deliver 70- 100Mbps t (50% of population) » Lime Green – 40Mbps to (20% of the population) » Aqua Green – Minimum of 30Mbps (20% of population)30Mbps (20% of population) – National Broadband Scheme
  26. 26. Launch of Mapping Toolkit • Launch of digital All-Island Atlas • Integration into new AIRO site and ICLRD site • Continued development and additional layers
  27. 27. Launch of Mapping Toolkit • Launch of All-Island Atlas • Integration into new AIRO site and ICLRD site • AIRO Data Store
  28. 28. Data Days - QGIS 6th March – Planning 3 d A il E3rd April – Economy AGINI – 12th May in Queens, July ? At NIRSA
  29. 29. Irish Times Weekend Review – Picture of Ireland
  30. 30. Hard back Atlas Mapping Acute Specialities 30th April, Health seminar 30th May (CCBS), Deprivation September(NUIM)
  31. 31. Thanks Questions? w: www.airo.ie e: justin.gleeson@nuim.iej g @ twitter: airo_nuim
  1. 1. All‐Island Atlas Workshop 2 Justin Gleeson NIRSA NUIM 08/04/14NIRSA, NUIM, 08/04/14
  2. 2. Travel to Work - Green • 273,755 (12.7%) Walked or Cycled to work • Number decreased by -5.9% between 2001 andy 2011 • NI -12.8% • RoI -3.4% • As expected, rates are highest in main cities • Belfast (18.3%) and Dublin (17.7%)
  3. 3. Travel to Work - Green
  4. 4. Travel to Work – Public Transport • 189,334 (8.2%) used Public Transport to work • 6.1% in NI, 8.1% in RoI • Increase of 2.9% (+4,044) in RoI, Decrease of -4.8% (-2,270) in NI • Highest rates are Dublin City19.8% and Belfast 14.5% • Other high areas are within commuter areas of Mid-East M h 5 9% Wi kl 9 1% d Kild 8 8%– Meath 5.9%,Wicklow 9.1% and Kildare 8.8% • Excluding GDA, Public mode is only 2.2% in RoIRoI
  5. 5. Travel to Work – Public Transport • 189,334 (8.2%) used Public Transport to work • 6.1% in NI, 8.1% in RoI • Increase of 2.9% (+4,044) in RoI, Decrease of -4.8% (-2,270) in NI Hi h t t D bli Cit 19 8% d• Highest rates are Dublin City19.8% and Belfast 14.5% Oth hi h ithi t f• Other high areas are within commuter areas of Mid-East – Meath 5 9% Wicklow 9 1% and Kildare 8 8%Meath 5.9%,Wicklow 9.1% and Kildare 8.8% • Excluding GDA, Public mode is only 2.2% in RoI
  6. 6. Travel to Work – Private Transport • 1.8M or 71.5% of people travel to work using Private Transport • (Car Driver/Passenger, Motorbike Van Driver, Car Pooling) • Increased by 11.6% or 187k since 01/02 – Dublin/Belfast both 56% All th LA >70%• All other LAs >70% • Highest: Donegal 80.6% (RoI) and Magherafelt 78 7%Magherafelt 78.7% • Biggest increase - Laois 34.9% Pop increase of 20% since 2006– Pop increase of 20% since 2006
  7. 7. Travel to Work – Private Transport • Smarter Travel – A Sustainable Transport Future 2009 – 2020 – Work-related commuting by car will be reduced from a current modal share of 65% to 45%
  8. 8. Commuting Patterns • Dublin is the major employment and commuting destination in Irelandcommuting destination in Ireland • 457k working in Dublin City Metro • Highest commuting LAs:Highest commuting LAs: • Kildare 35% • Meath 32%Meath 32% • Wicklow 39.4%
  9. 9. Commuting Patterns
  10. 10. Commuting Patterns • Dublin is the major employment and commuting destination in Irelandcommuting destination in Ireland • 457k working in Dublin City Metro • Largest commuters:Largest commuters: • Kildare 35% • Meath 32%Meath 32% • Wicklow 39.4%
  11. 11. Commuting Patterns
  12. 12. Commuting Patterns
  13. 13. Commuting Patterns
  14. 14. Commuting Patterns
  15. 15. Commuting Patterns
  16. 16. Cross Border Commuting • Destinations in NI (6,419) • 250m grid/OA/WARD – Derry City 40% – Newry City 6% – Enniskillen 4% – Strabane 4% – Belfast City 7.5%
  17. 17. Working in the Rural Economy • 314,213 are employed in the Rural economyeconomy • 74% Rural Dwellers (living outside settlements of 1,500 pop), p p) • 26% Urban Dwellers
  18. 18. Working in the Urban Economy • 1,161,003 are employed in the Urban economyeconomy • 23.5% Rural Dwellers (living outside settlements of 1,500 pop), p p) • 76.5% Urban Dwellers
  19. 19. Working in Gateways • 814,612 are employed within Gateway destinationsdestinations • 14.7% Rural Dwellers (living outside settlements of 1,500 pop), p p) • 85.3% Urban Dwellers
  20. 20. Urban v Rural Dwellers – Travel Times
  21. 21. Urban v Rural Jobs – Travel Times
  22. 22. Communications – Internet Access • 72% households (1.18m) have Internet Access • 74.3% in NI (ONS Quarterly Update) • RoI has increased by 171% from 2002 • Lowest rates - Leitrim 61.6%, Longford 62.1% and South Tipp 63.6% • Highest rates – DRL, SDCC and Fingal all >80%. • Galway City 78% , Kildare 78% & Meath 76.6% also high. Dublin City 71.9% • NI using Health & Social Services Board, Sampleg , p Based Continuous Household Survey (CHS) 2011 • Eastern - 77%, Northern - 76%, Southern - 73%,Western 62%
  23. 23. Communications – Broadband Access • Broadband access in RoI • 88.8% with internet use broadband (57% in 2006) • Major Urban Areas (Cities) have better access with >90% of internet users accessing internetwith >90% of internet users accessing internet using Broadband. • Rural Areas have the lowest levels of access due to lack of service and infrastructure • Demand for Broadband/Internet is influenced by socio demographic attributes age ofby socio-demographic attributes – age of households, social class, levels of disadvantage etc
  24. 24. Communications – Broadband Access • Broadband access in RoI • Of the households with internet access 88.8% access using broadband (57% in 2006) • Major Urban Areas (Cities) have better• Major Urban Areas (Cities) have better access with >90% of internet users accessing internet using Broadband. • Rural Areas have the lowest levels of access due to lack of service and infrastructure • Demand for Broadband/Internet is influenced• Demand for Broadband/Internet is influenced by socio-demographic attributes – age of households, social class, levels of disadvantage etc
  25. 25. Communications – Broadband Access • Broadband access in RoI • Of the households with internet access 88.8% access using broadband (57% in 2006) • Major Urban Areas (Cities) have better access with >90% of internet users accessing internetwith >90% of internet users accessing internet using Broadband. • Rural Areas have the lowest levels of access due to lack of service and infrastructure – DCENR National Broadband Plan I di t t t d li 70» Indigo – target to deliver 70- 100Mbps t (50% of population) » Lime Green – 40Mbps to (20% of the population) » Aqua Green – Minimum of 30Mbps (20% of population)30Mbps (20% of population) – National Broadband Scheme
  26. 26. Launch of Mapping Toolkit • Launch of digital All-Island Atlas • Integration into new AIRO site and ICLRD site • Continued development and additional layers
  27. 27. Launch of Mapping Toolkit • Launch of All-Island Atlas • Integration into new AIRO site and ICLRD site • AIRO Data Store
  28. 28. Data Days - QGIS 6th March – Planning 3 d A il E3rd April – Economy AGINI – 12th May in Queens, July ? At NIRSA
  29. 29. Irish Times Weekend Review – Picture of Ireland
  30. 30. Hard back Atlas Mapping Acute Specialities 30th April, Health seminar 30th May (CCBS), Deprivation September(NUIM)
  31. 31. Thanks Questions? w: www.airo.ie e: justin.gleeson@nuim.iej g @ twitter: airo_nuim

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