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Year Three Behavioural Issues in Public Transport Working Group . Joanna Ward (Transport and Travel Research) and Jim Bradley (Transport and Travel Research. Year Three – Behavioural group. Introduction Time line of activities Definition of indicators Key findings from the collected data

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year three behavioural issues in public transport working group

Year Three Behavioural Issues in Public Transport Working Group

Joanna Ward (Transport and Travel Research)

and

Jim Bradley (Transport and Travel Research

year three behavioural group
Year Three – Behavioural group
  • Introduction
  • Time line of activities
  • Definition of indicators
  • Key findings from the collected data
  • Joint working group findings
  • Barriers
  • Group recommendations
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Year Three – Behavioural Group
  • Who has been involved ? – The ‘Magnificent Seven’ + one !
  • Delft
  • Fife
  • Glasgow (Cycling Scotland)
  • The Hague
  • Nottingham
  • Paris
  • Santander

+ Cycling Working Group

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Year Three – Behavioural Group

Site Visit One

1st/2nd Dec 2005

Santander – Joint Site Visit

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Year Three – Behavioural Group

Site Visit Two

23rd /24th Mar 2006

The Hague – Joint Site Visit

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Year Three – Behavioural Group

Site Visit Three

18th / 19th May 2006

Nottingham – Behavioural

Group Site Visit

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Year Three – Behavioural Group
  • 4 Research questions –
  • How can commuter travel behaviour be characterised ? What are the main target groups ?
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Year Three – Behavioural Group
  • Research questions –
  • What are successful measures to influence behaviour ? What are the main factors for success and the main barriers ? How can incentives be used to motivate and support behaviour ? What is the role of travel planning ?
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Year Three – Behavioural Group
  • Research questions –
  • How can we cope with the challenges of low-density suburban areas ? Are there viable alternatives for solo car use in those markets ?
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Year Three – Behavioural Group
  • Research questions –
  • How can interchanges be planned, designed and operated to support seamless (intermodal) commuter journeys ? Where is the link between infrastructure and behaviour ?
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Year Three – Behavioural Group
  • Reduced to 2 Research questions –
  • What are successful measures to influence behaviour ? What are the main factors for success and the main barriers ? How can incentives be used to motivate and support behaviour ? What is the role of travel planning ?
  • How can interchanges be planned, designed and operated to support seamless (intermodal) commuter journeys ? Where is the link between infrastructure and behaviour ?
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Year Three – Behavioural Group
  • Thematic Indicators

Background data

  • Market share of commuters
  • Market share of school aged children (primary and secondary)
  • Market share of college and university students
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Year Three – Behavioural Group
  • Thematic Indicators

Knowing the market

  • Age of population
  • Employment structure of population
  • Average trip length for commuters
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Year Three – Behavioural Group
  • Thematic Indicators

Knowing the market

  • Average trip time for commuters
  • Availability of Travel diary data
  • Definition of peak hours
  • Frequency of services (peak and non-peak)
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Year Three – Behavioural Group
  • Thematic Indicators

Marketing Effort

  • Fare structure
  • Subsidised ticketing
  • Availability of and take up of pool cars / bicycles as a result of travel plans ?
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Year Three – Behavioural Group
  • Thematic Indicators

Marketing Effort

  • Availability of park and ride services for commuters ?
  • Availability of infrastructure to encourage sustainable travel e.g. provision of cycle racks, showers etc at work places ?
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Year Three – Behavioural Group
  • Thematic Indicators

Communication

  • Are integrated timetables provided ?
  • What types of information is provided at stops / stations ?
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Year Three – Behavioural Group
  • Thematic Indicators

Communication

  • To what extent is individualised marketing available ?
  • Are there any specific schemes to encourage people to travel to work sustainably ?
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Year Three – Behavioural Group
  • Thematic Indicators

Communication

  • Is there a person specifically employed to deal with Travel Plans ?
  • Is there a commuter organisation in place ?
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Year Three – Behavioural Group
  • Joint Working Group findings
  • Six joint indicators
  • Further presentation covering these in depth
  • valuable process
  • Key outcome = Interchange Best Practise report
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Year Three – Behavioural Group
  • Barriers to Data collection
  • Travel to site visits
  • Time
  • Quality of data returned
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Year Three – Behavioural Group
  • Recommendations for further study
  • Further Interchange research
  • Other specific groups