Presentation on theme: "Mobility indicators for the evaluation of Hinterland-Accessibility Suggested by: Kai Dahme, VBB GmbH."— Presentation transcript:
Mobility indicators for the evaluation of Hinterland-Accessibility Suggested by: Kai Dahme, VBB GmbH
Why Mobility? Mobility as an important basis for economic development More and more people do not live where they work Good accessibility to Vorderland (job market) is a potential for Hinterland-Regions
Mobility-indicators Nr.Indicators PP 2.1Commuters HINTERLAND - Vorderland PP 2.2Owners of cars (Cars per 1.000 inhabitants) PP 2.3Accessibility of Vorderland for Hinterland population by car (travel time) and by public transport (travel time and frequency) PP 2.4Accessibility of regional centre for Hinterland population by car (travel time) and by public transport (travel time and frequency) PP 2.5Change of average covered distances since 1990 (change of mobility behaviour)
Frequency [No. connections/day] 3 15 8 30 Travelling time [min] 1206030 Locktow Beitz
4B 3B Low mobility potential (low demand) 0 - 8 4C Regions with low Mobility potential 4A Mobility potential upgradeable (time and frequency) 3A High mobility potential frequency enhancement 8 - 15 1D Commuter area (actions recommended) 1B Commuter area (actions possible) 15 - 30 2C Low mobility potential (time is critical) 2A High mobility potential time enhancement 1C Commuter area (actions possible) 1A Commuter area no action needed > 30frequency (connections within 24 hours) > 120 min60 - 120 min30 - 60 min0 - 30 min travelling time Mobility-matrix for public transport
Locktow Typ 4 A: Mobility potential upgradeable For daily commuting unsuitable
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