Access to public road transport

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Tav. 4 Access to public road transport (AMAT)
The representations render the accessibility level estimated in a range of 300m from each stop weighed by the number of stops of the bus in all directions. The representations are divided by time frames of 30 minutes each. The model adopts an organic paradigm wherein each AMAT line is returned as a sort of “artery” which is fed by the intensity of bus stops. The greater the intensity of stops at a given place, the greater the “flow” of accessibility induced on the relevant arterial road.
(Data Source: Open data Palermo AMAT)

Tav.5 The accessibility by public transport by road (AMAT)with interference by vehicular traffic

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The representation uses the same model and language of Table 4 but it adds an additional information about the identification of roads with high criticality. This criticality is linked with the average speed of journey  (limit<15 km/h) in the time and with relation flow/ capacity. The representation shows the interference between the flow derived from AMAT service and the roads with high criticality. These models can address the planning of urban mobility creating an interaction between the forecast of public road transport with the ancillary data related to mobility-private road.
(Data source: Open Data Palermo Amat, PGTU)

Tav.6 Scenario of public mobility in the short term

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The model incorporates, for the sensitive time frame between 8.00 a.m. and 8.30 a.m., the level of accessibility estimated in a range of 300m of the bus stops (as Tav. 4) and of tram stops at runtime. In particular, the number of tram stops has been multiplied by a correction factor in order to simulate the intrinsic characteristics of the tram system of having a reserved transport area and reduced interference with the external transport system. In the representation, but not in the model, the information on accessibility in the range of the 300m has been integrated with carsharing stations upgrade.
(Data Source: Open Data Palermo Amat, PGTU)

Tav.7 Scenario of public mobility in the medium term

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The model incorporates, for the sensitive timeframe between 8.00 a.m. and 8.30 a.m., the level of accessibility estimated in a range of 300m of the bus stops (as Tav. 4) and of tram stops at runtime. In particular, the number of tram stops has been multiplied to a correction factor in order to simulate the innate characteristics of the tram system of having a reserved transport area and reduced interference with the external transport system. The information on accessibility in the range of the 300m of existing  and future metro stations has been integrated In the representation, but not in the model.
(Data Source: Open Data Palermo Amat, PGTU)

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