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Basel

Bellingham. Fremantle. Gloucester. Viernheim. Athis-Mons. Freiburg. Konstanz. Basel. Mode choice: international. Total “STT”. Walking. Cycling. Motorbike. Car as driver. Car as passenger. Public transport. Groningen 60% of trips by bicycle. Daily mobility.

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Basel

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  1. Bellingham Fremantle Gloucester Viernheim Athis-Mons Freiburg Konstanz Basel Mode choice: international Total “STT” Walking Cycling Motorbike Car as driver Car as passenger Public transport

  2. Groningen 60% of trips by bicycle

  3. Daily mobility On average, people make three trips per day, spending one hour travelling Activities Only one in five trips is work-related Spatial orientation Five out of six trips begin or end at home Car trips 10% are not further than 1km, 30% are not further than 3km and 50% are not further than 5km Constants in travel behaviour

  4. So what is the potential for changing behaviour? Actual usage (walking, bicycle, public transport) Trips by motorised private modes

  5. So what is the potential for changing behaviour? Actual usage (walking, bicycle, public transport) Trips by motorised private modes % trips per person, total STT

  6. So what is the potential for changing behaviour? Constraints Actual usage (walking, bicycle, public transport) % trips per person, total STT

  7. So what is the potential for changing behaviour? Constraints Actual usage (walking, bicycle, public transport) No adequate alternative % trips per person, total STT

  8. So what is the potential for changing behaviour? Constraints Actual usage (walking, bicycle, public transport) No adequate alternative Only subjective reasons against STM % trips per person, total STT

  9. Potential for reducing car trips Trips per private car within town, total STT Car use solely for subjective reasons (alternatives available) 575 In principle replaceable by: Public transport Cycling Walking Total (1.4 alternative modes) 270 178 121 86 (100%) (47%) (21%) (31%) (15%)

  10. Individualised Travel Marketing or Personalised Travel Planning - Watford

  11. Individualised Travel Marketing or Personalised Travel Planning - Watford Other benefits: • Reduction in car distances travelled 16% • Reductions in CO2 emissions 8458 tonnes • Increase in time spent per person on active travel + 19%

  12. Bike It St Albans, Luton, Bedford Prae Wood Primary St Albans: best performing Bike It School in the East of England

  13. Bike It St Albans, Luton, Bedford

  14. Quality of Infrastructure matters too….

  15. Top 3 1. Give people information. 2. Work with people to overcome barriers. 3. Infrastructure that encourages cycling. Nigel Brigham nigel.brigham@sustrans.org.uk Regional Director www.sustrans.org.uk

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