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Тіло Бекер, Технічний університет Дрездена (Німеччина) Як поміряти прогрес велоруху

Презентація Тіло Бекера на Велофорумі 2016 Харків, Технічний університет Дрездена (Німеччина) Як поміряти прогрес велоруху

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Тіло Бекер, Технічний університет Дрездена (Німеччина) Як поміряти прогрес велоруху

  1. 1. Faculty of Transportation and Traffic Sciences “Friedrich List“, Chair of Transport Ecology How to measure progress in cycling? Travel surveys and other data sources. Thilo Becker 21 October 2016
  2. 2. Sustainable mobility. More is better? Slide 2 Goals for cycling • National Cycling Strategy: “Increase of the modal share of all trips from 10 % in 2012 to 15 % in 2020” • Leipzig: “The environmentally friendly modes shall increase from 60 % to 70 % in 2025 (bike: 14 %  20 %) • Berlin: “Noticeable increase of the modal split of cycling within the city limits” • Munich: 17 % modal split of cycling by 2015; result: 17,4 % 17 October 2016
  3. 3. Sustainable mobility. More is better? Slide 3 General data needs 17 October 2016 • Monitoring progress towards set goals • Understanding transport demand and for strategic planning  time series • Identification and quantification of problems • Argumentation for measures • Prioritization of measures
  4. 4. Sustainable mobility. More is better? Slide 4 Data types for planning 17 October 2016 DemandSupply Traffic counts Travel surveys Land use InfrastructurePrices / Regulation Strategic transportation planning process
  5. 5. Sustainable mobility. More is better? Slide 5 Household survey in Dresden (SrV) Figures: SrV, TU Dresden 17 October 2016
  6. 6. Sustainable mobility. More is better? Slide 6 What is being collected? 17 October 2016 Residents from within the city Questions: Household, persons, trips Main mode Trip: One purpose All trips for one reporting day Random sample Days: Thuesday to Thursday Weighting
  7. 7. Sustainable mobility. More is better? Slide 7 Question Think of you longest trip yesterday. Which main mode of transport did you use? Please raise your hand! A B C D Picture Source: wikipedia.org 17 October 2016
  8. 8. Sustainable mobility. More is better? Slide 8 Modal split over time 17 October 2016 Source: Regine Gerike; IVST, TU Dresden
  9. 9. Sustainable mobility. More is better? Slide 9 Number of trips Source: SrV, MiD 17 October 2016
  10. 10. Sustainable mobility. More is better? Slide 10 Differences in gender and age Source: Regine Gerike, TU Dresden 17 October 2016
  11. 11. Sustainable mobility. More is better? Slide 11 Which mistakes can happen? • Trip chaining: One or several trips? • Can you remember all trips of yesterday? • Internal traffic versus through traffic • Imprecise Question • Socially desirable replies • Poor response rate • Unusual weather conditions 17 October 2016
  12. 12. Sustainable mobility. More is better? Slide 12 Other methods and measuring types Source: wikipedia.org, ADFC, TU Dresden 17 October 2016
  13. 13. Sustainable mobility. More is better? Slide 13 Options for implementation 1. Survey in the conference room 2. Online survey distributed by bicycle newsletter 3. Household survey by NGO 4. Large sample survey by ministry of transport 5. Panel survey 17 October 2016
  14. 14. Sustainable mobility. More is better? Slide 14 Summary • SMART goals for planning and implementation • Different usages of data • Household survey essential to quantify and influence modal split • Method important for consistant time series • Government responsible to ensure data quality and access • The more data the better the planning 17 October 2016
  15. 15. Sustainable mobility. More is better? Slide 15 Dr.-Ing. Thilo Becker TU Dresden „Friedrich List“ Faculty of Transport and Traffic Science Chair of Transport Ecology 01062 Dresden Tel.: +49 (0)351 463 36692 E-Mail: thilo.becker@tu-dresden.de 18 August 2016

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