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Improved Indicators for Sustainable Transport & Land Use Planning. Final workshop of the DISTILLATE programme Great Minster House, London Tuesday 22 nd January 2008 Dr Greg Marsden ITS, University of Leeds. Objectives. To develop approaches for Designing a monitoring strategy

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improved indicators for sustainable transport land use planning

Improved Indicators for Sustainable Transport & Land Use Planning

Final workshop of the DISTILLATE programme

Great Minster House, London

Tuesday 22nd January 2008

Dr Greg Marsden

ITS, University of Leeds

objectives
Objectives
  • To develop approaches for
    • Designing a monitoring strategy
    • Selecting suitable indicators
    • Using them consistently across sectors
3 best practice guides
3 Best Practice Guides
  • Designing a monitoring strategy
  • Advice on selecting indicators
  • Monitoring across sectors & spatial levels
designing a monitoring strategy
Designing a monitoring strategy
  • How to establish/review/use a monitoring framework
    • The types of indicators you can measure
    • What you can use monitoring for
    • How to fit monitoring together
    • How to prioritise what to monitor
    • How the guide has been used
application of monitoring
Application of monitoring
  • Performance management
  • Benchmarking
  • Communication with public
  • Communication with politicians
    • Other agencies/departments
types of indicators
Types of indicators
  • Cost
    • the money spent to acquire the resources (e.g. transport plan expenditure)
  • Input
    • the resources employed to provide the service (e.g. amount of tarmac laid)
  • Output
    • the service provided to the public (e.g. the number of bus miles run)
  • Intermediate outcome
    • the changes to the transport system that can be observed (e.g. the number of bus users, the number of kilometers travelled)
  • Outcome
    • the actual impact and the value of the service delivery – i.e. achievement of objectives (e.g. delay per person kilometre)
advice on selecting indicators
Advice on selecting indicators
  • New challenges are emerging
  • How do we identify and justify new indicators?
  • Audit
    • Is it clearly defined?
    • Is the indicator largely controllable by management actions?
    • Is it measurable?
    • Will it respond to policy interventions in a reasonable time frame?
    • Is it easy to understand and communicate?
    • Issues of disaggregating, time series and targets
monitoring across sectors spatial levels
Monitoring across sectors & spatial levels

Advice on:

  • When to standardise measurement
  • What to standardise
  • Importance of data management
  • How to integrate with broader ‘policy’
  • Use of information in partnership working
examples
Examples
  • Environment
    • NI 186 CO2/capita emissions in the LA area
  • Education
    • NI 91 Participation of 17 year olds in education or training
  • Fear of crime
    • NI 17 Perceptions of anti-social behaviour
questions
Questions?

Contact

Dr Greg Marsden

Institute for Transport Studies

G.R.Marsden@its.leeds.ac.uk

Tel: 0113 343 5358

www.distillate.ac.uk