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Congestion Reduction in Europe : Advancing Transport Efficiency (CREATE)

Deliverables

Urban congestion and network performance – a new understanding

Urban congestion and network performance- a new understanding (technical report and glossy brochure)

CREATE Stage 1 City Reports Past, Present and Future mobility challenges and opportunities in five growing economies

Each city report is based on the combined analysis of the ‘city profile’, including quantitative and qualitative data provided by each city, and the analysis of Focus Groups conducted in each city. For each Stage 1 city, past, present and future mobility challenges and opportunities are described.

The CREATE guidelines: pathways to tackling congestion and reducing levels of car use in European cities

The CREATE guidelines: pathways to tackling congestion and reducing levels of car use in European cities) (Draft month 25, final Month 36) VECTOS with inputs from all workpackage leaders and city partners

One technical report per Stage 3 city

One technical report per stage 3 city (= 5 reports): These reports contain descriptive analyses done in task 3.3. The analysis will cover some standard components being the same for all stage 3 cities but also city specific analyses if special data is only available in some of the stage 3 cities. (Input from Stage 3 city partners)

Report on analysis of INRIX data

Report on analyses of INRIX data: This report results from task 3.4: First, standard INRIX congestion indicators for stage 1 and stage 3 cities as well as advanced congestion indicators for stage 3 cities, both based on INRIX GPS data, are computed. Second, analyses of mobile phone data, giving information on congestion across modes, will be reported.

Final report

Final report incl. comparative analysis (40p.), month 30 (End of WP4). Dissemination level: PU This report presents the main findings from WP4, including a comparative analysis of all five Stage 3 cities and a summary of lessons learnt. Drawing on the five case studies analysis, the report seeks to identify those change factors that are specific to transport policies, and those that are related with the salience of transport issues in each city’s wider socio-political context. It links up with results from WP3.

Report of cross city comparison

Report on cross city comparisons: This report is compiled in task 3.5. It includes cross-city descriptive and model based analyses on determinants of car use, travel demand and congestion.

Scope for accelerating urban mobility development processes in rapidly growing economies: the case of Adana, Amman, Bucharest, Skopje and Tallinn

Report on cross-city comparison. This report cross-analyses each City Report produced in D4.4 identifying commonalities between cities and differences. It draws conclusions and recommendations.

Business and investment pathways for tackling traffic congestion and reducing car dependence

Business and investment pathways for tackling traffic congestion and reducing car dependence (Draft Month 24 for guidelines input, Final, Month 28) VECTOS

Stakeholder needs assessment

Stakeholders’ needs assessment

Final Stakeholder needs assessment

Final Stakeholder needs assessment. This is the final version of D2.2 showing an update of D2.2 but also the changing needs and views. This will include three waves of interviews.

Internal reports

a_b_c_d_e - Internal reports, month 30 (End of Task 4.3), 5 monographs of some 40p. each. Dissemination level: PU These reports will present the main findings from Task 4.3 on a case-by-case basis. For each Stage 3 city, it will explain the Shift from Stage 1 to Stage 3 by identifying up to 3 independent variables and highlighting the causal chain and mechanisms that characterized this process.

A long term analysis of traffic congestion and car use reduction in major European cities: what policies and measures worked?

A long term analysis of traffic congestion and car use reduction in major European cities: what policies and measures worked? VECTOS with input from EIP, UCL, BOKU, Sciences Po

Potential contributions of advances in transport technologies and new management systems

Potential contributions of advances in transport technologies and new management systems

Future mobility demands in rapidly growing Stage 3 cities and the likely implications for congestion and overall network performance

Future mobility demands in rapidly growing Stage 3 cities and the likely implications for congestion and overall network performance

Developing a set of effective and politically acceptable Stage 4 city policies: an SUMDP

Developing a set of effective and politically acceptable Stage 4 city policies

Project Video

Project video First version, Month 18, final version Month 30

Project website and leaflet

Project website and leaflet

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Publications

Turnaround succceded! Analysis of impacts of sustainable transport policies in Vienna and four other European capital cities

Author(s): ROIDER, O., KLEMENTSCHITZ, R., GERIKE, R., WITTWER, R, HALPERN, C.
Published in: 2018

Time Series Analyses of Travel Behaviour for five 'Car-Peaked' European Capital Cities: Methodological and Behavioural Insights. Conference Proceedings of the 11th International Conference on Transport Survey Methods (ISCTSC)

Author(s): WITTWER, R.; HUBRICH, S.; WITTIG, S.; GERIKE, G
Published in: 2017

Mobilitätsverhalten: Beobachtungen aus fünf europäischen Hauptstädten.

Author(s): WITTWER, R., GERIKE, R., HUBRICH, S. WITTIG, S.
Published in: 2018