The usual planning practice for increasing the proportion of cycling and walking paths in the everyday mobility of the population is often based on experience, intuition or ideologies.‚ACTIV8II‘ aims to change this: the approach developed in the research project shows on a data-driven basis which measures have to be taken on site in order to be able to efficiently achieve strategic and transport policy goals for active mobility (more cycling and pedestrian traffic).Applying these sound methods and tools can contribute to better target achievement and more efficient use of resources and public budgets in countries and communities. With the ‚ACTIV8‘ tool, the effects of measures on the share of active mobility can be quantified for the first time in the future - planning measures are therefore readable from figures.
Client Austrian Ministry for Transport, Innovation and Technology (BMVIT) & Austrian Research Promotion Agency (FFG)
Project Partners tbw research GesmbH (Project Lead), Amt der Oö. Landesregierung, Abt. Gesamtverkehrsplanung und öffentlicher Verkehr, Amt der Steiermärkischen Landesregierung, A16 - Verkehr und Landeshochbau, HERRY Consult GmbH, Komobile Gmunden GmbH, Research & Data Competence OG
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Project Duration March 2018 to February 2021
Services of tbwr GIS, Geospatial Data Analysis, Infrastructure Assessment, Multivariate Statistics, Project Management