Präsentation zum Thema: "COST working group 2 – EMM Erreichbarkeitsatlas"— Präsentation transkript:
1COST working group 2 – EMM Erreichbarkeitsatlas Edinburgh - October 13th, 2011Johannes Keller, TU München
2Development of project Start 2008EMM e.V. = European Metropolitan Area Munich Marketing and debating platform with different thematic working groups: education, culture, economy, environment, mobilityPilot project „Accessibiliy Atlas“First step: regional database, published 2010Currently:cooperation on county level to develop the local level and applications in strategic land-use and transport planning„Stress-tests“ for sustainable mobility
4Stand heute - Ergebnisse Spatial resolution: municipalities consistent data availabilityDevelopment of submodels for local analysesOpenStreetMap network dataCORINE Land Cover Land Use Datadisaggregation of structural dataspeeds in built-up areasPublic Transport timetables from authorities or publicationsWebtool version (should be launched one of these days…)
10Stress-test for sustainable mobility Two interesting study regions:- European Metropolitan Region of Munich- Metropolitan Region LyonTwo teams:Department of urban structure and transport planning / TUMLaboratory of Transport Economics / LETOpportunities of collaboration:- PhD Summer school 2009 (Frauenchiemsee) with BFHZ- Joint proposal to WCTR … NECTAR … PREDIT
11Stress tests - Research questions Which locations (e.g. in terms of economics) and which groups of society are mostly in danger to suffer from social exclusion in the face of the scenarios?How are different transport modes affected? Are existing public transport systems able to step into the breach? If not, which investments are necessary to prepare public transport for possible new challenges?Which new opportunities and challenges will arise for electric mobility as well as neighbourhood mobility?How can land-use patterns (jobs, shops, homes ...) be relocated to avoid severe accessibility drops?
12Three dimensions of vulnerability Exposure is the contact between system and stressSensitivity is the degree to which sth./so. is affected by exposure to stressResilience is the ability of sth./so. to absorb stresses wo. changes in its fundamental structure or function(Kaspersons et al. 2006)→ Need to be transferred to our stress scenarios.→ Indicators need to be found to measure different levels of E/S/R.
13Suggestions for indicators Exposure:Vehicle-km / household(Commuting distances)Cars per household…Sensitivity:Unemployment rateIncome/taxesResilience:AccessibilityAgeFamily situation