2023

Otto Wagner site

Accompaniment of the Otto Wagner Areal master plan - mobility management

Duration: 06/2023 - 08/2023

Client: Otto Wagner Areal Revitalisierung GmbH
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VS_Neunkirchen

Traffic organization measures in the vicinity of the Neunkirchen-Steinfeld elementary school

Duration: 07/2023 - 09/2023

Client: The Greens Neunkirchen
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WL_Roadworks diversions4

Detailed elaboration of the traffic phasing plans for the 2024 track construction programme

Duration: 02/2023 - 11/2023

Client: Wiener Linien GmbH, opens an external URL in a new window
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2022

AMS_CO2

Presentation of the CO2 consumption in the AMS and proposals for its further reduction

The aim of the study is

  • to develop a method, including suitable indicators, for surveying the CO2 footprint for the AMS
  • to determine the CO2 footprint for the AMS separately for the areas of buildings, IT and mobility for a base year, and
  • to describe measures for a possible CO2 reduction based on the CO2 balance.

Duration: 11/2022 - 07/2023

Client: AMS Arbeitsmarktservice Österreich , opens an external URL in a new window
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Operating objects matrix

Preparation of an overview of (constructional) requirements for a building project / SUB-ASECT Transport and development

Duration: 02/2022 - 09/2022

Client: DI Dr. Edeltraud Haselsteiner
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BMK_Lobau_2

Accessibility of the Viennese urban expansion areas in Aspern if the Danube crossing of the S1 is dispensed with - in-depth study of variants

As part of the study on the "Accessibility of Vienna's urban expansion areas in Aspern if the S1 Danube crossing is abandoned", two further scenarios were defined (Scenario G and H: VA1 North, S1 Spange and Stadtstraße without and with public transport expansion, respectively) - in addition to the scenarios modelled in Knoflacher et al. (2017) - and their effects were investigated using the same model (PTV Visum). Another scenario (VA1, S1 Spange and city road) was qualitatively classified by means of analogy. This study is now to be extended by an in-depth variant investigation using traffic distribution and rerouting of fixed OD distribution matrices, in which the effects of a demand-oriented redimensioning of the planned road sections parallel to an intensified public transport expansion are estimated.

Duration: 02/2022 - 10/2022

Client: BM für Klimaschutz, Umwelt, Mobilit Energie, Innovation BMK , opens an external URL in a new window
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DA_Mode of transport

Economic and ecological comparison of road and rail transport modes for the transport of bogies

The industrial work with the topic: "Transport-economic and ecological comparison of the transport modes road and rail for the internal goods transport of SMO AT" pursues the goal of evaluating the possibilities and limits of a shift of goods flows from truck to train. In doing so, factors relevant to the decision are classified and approaches to solutions for sensible implementation are discussed. The results should help to improve the decision-making basis for achieving the sustainability goals.

Duration: 11/2022 - 06/2023

Client: Siemens Mobility Austria GmbH , opens an external URL in a new window
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FreiRad

Voluntary cycling test for all children (FreiRad) - Sustainable mobility in practice

Cycling is seen as a pillar of future sustainable mobility. Therefore, it is necessary that as many children as possible gain joyful cycling experiences at an early age and that as many as possible successfully pass the voluntary cycling test. The objective of the project "Voluntary cycling test for children" is to identify the obstacles that prevent 10-year-old children from taking the voluntary cycling test and to identify possible solutions.

Duration: 03/2022 - 02/2023

Client: klarFakt e.U. , opens an external URL in a new window
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Klimastrategie_Kaernten

Climate Strategy Carinthia - transport and mobility planning and land use, awareness raising, transport planning strategies

Scientific support of the State of Carinthia, represented by Governor Kaiser and State Councillor Schaar, in the development of a science-based climate policy for the State of Carinthia.

Duration: 01/2022 - 06/2022

Client: Office of the Carinthian Provincial Government
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ÖM100

Austria's mobility in 100 years

Within the framework of the study, a forecast for "Mobility in Austria in 100 years" is derived based on the current initial situation as well as the central framework conditions and objectives in the mobility sector and the findings on the future of mobility from national and international studies and strategy papers.

Duration: 11/2022 - 07/2023

Client: ÖBB-Holding AG, opens an external URL in a new window
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Radweg_Moedling

Short report - Cycle path along the Sister Maria Restituta Lane

In 2019, a two-directional cycle path was built along the Schwester-Maria-Resituta-Gasse near the Provincial Hospital Mödling. This represents a central section for the planned closure of the gap in the cycling connection from Mödling railway station in the direction of Maria Enzersdorf / St. Gabriel. A continuation of the existing cycle path in a northerly direction is planned and has already been approved. Currently, there are political efforts to dismantle the cycle path that was built 2 years ago. The short report analyses and evaluates the traffic effectiveness of the realised and planned sections of the cycling infrastructure.

Duration: 01/2022 - 05/2022

Client: The Greens Mödling
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Vision_2er_Linie

Vision for the 2 line with high quality of stay - traffic planning

Duration: 11/2022 - 02/2023

Client: DI Okresek Marie-Theres
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Waterfront

Waterfront - 2nd, Meiereistraße to A23 traffic study

Duration: 01/2022 - 03/2023

Client: con.sens GmbH , opens an external URL in a new window
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WL_Roadworks diversions3

Detailed elaboration of the traffic phasing plans for the track construction programme 2023

Duration: 02/2022 - 11/2022

Client: Wiener Linien GmbH, opens an external URL in a new window
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2021

BF_WL

Basic research on the accessibility of bus stops

In-depth study on accessibility at bus and tram stops and related requirements in the existing network of Wiener Linien.

Duration: 12/2021 - 06/2023

Client: Wiener Linien GmbH, opens an external URL in a new window
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BMK_Lobau

Accessibility of Vienna's urban expansion areas in Aspern if the S1 Danube crossing is abandoned

Duration: 09/2021 - 11/2021

Client: BM für Klimaschutz, Umwelt, Mobilit Energie, Innovation BMK , opens an external URL in a new window

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DA_Electric vehicles

Supervision of a diploma thesis on the topic "Investigation of the number of private parking spaces and their distribution in existing housing in Vienna - A potential analysis for charging electric vehicles"

Duration: 01/2021 - 06/2021

Client: Frequentum GmbH , opens an external URL in a new window
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DA_System requirements

Supervision of a diploma thesis on the topic "System requirements for safety in underground station structures of rail-bound transport systems in the emergency situation of fire"

To provide a broad overview from a holistic infrastructure manager's perspective of the problem of safety in underground transport stations. The approaches and regulations in different countries are considered and compared. As this is an extensive, interdisciplinary field of research, the work remains on the surface in the specialist areas. However, the project specialises in terms of content and location in the underground stations of the transport company WIENER LINIEN.

Duration: 10/2020 - 04/2021

Client: Wiener Linien GmbH, opens an external URL in a new window
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Denzel_Erdberg

Draft Roadmap - Denzel Erdberg

Development of the strategy, goals and contents of the roadmap with reference to mobility.
Definition of the role of Denzel AG in the future mobility environment of the city of Vienna (and the neighbourhood)

Duration: 03/2021 - 07/2021

Client: Wolfgang Denzel Auto AG, opens an external URL in a new window
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Flaechige_Markierung_RV

Effects of surface markings for cycling in the intersection area

Duration: 09/2021 - 11/2022

Client: Radmodellregion Wels Umland
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Gaenserndorf

Street space design primary schools Gänserndorf / kindergarten Wolkenschiff

The road sections in the area of the primary school Gänserndorf (Siebenbrunner Straße 7) and the kindergarten "Wolkenschiff" (Oed Aigenstraße 11) do not meet the requirements of a traffic-safe and traffic-calmed school environment. A redesign of both street sections is recommended. In a rough concept, possibilities for this are to be shown on the basis of design plans. The main focus is on increasing road safety for school and kindergarten children and on traffic calming in the school environment.

Duration: 09/2021 - 10/2021

Client: The Greens Gänserndorf
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Graz_Underground

Participation in the expert working group ÖV-Strategie Graz (ÖVS)

Duration: 06/2021 - 03/2022

Client: Stadt Graz, opens an external URL in a new window
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Guertel_V-Study

Study on the reorganisation of traffic at Gaudenzdorfer Gürtel and Margaretengürtel

The study is to examine whether and how the areas for motorised private transport in the section of the Gürtel between Julius Popp-Hof and Wiental can be reorganised to create a wider car-free area in front of the adjacent residential buildings and shops.

This study should, on the one hand, evaluate the technical feasibility and, on the other hand, prepare a realistic cost-benefit analysis. Furthermore, the possible inclusion of Haydn Park in the overall project should also be considered and assessed. Furthermore, the historical development of the Gürtel and its function as a traffic axis but also its open spaces and recreational function will be addressed.

Duration: 06/2021 - 03/2022

Client: Grüne Bildungswerkstatt Wien, opens an external URL in a new window
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KNAP

Societal Cost-Benefit Analysis of Investments in Sustainable Passenger Mobility in Urban and Rural Areas in Austria (KNAP)

In order to achieve the climate protection goals of the Paris Agreement of 2015 and to limit global warming to below 2°C, investments in the transport sector appear particularly urgent. Due to its dependence on fossil fuels, transport is the second largest emitter of greenhouse gases in Austria. The extent to which investments in sustainable personal mobility have an impact on reducing emissions can be determined relatively easily. However, the manifold negative external effects of fossil fuel-based passenger mobility on the environment and health are usually not taken into account when evaluating investments in more sustainable passenger mobility, which is why their positive effects are often underestimated. Making these benefits visible is the goal of KNAP. Linking a transport model to simulate the effects of passenger mobility investments with the quantification of the costs and benefits of these investments is a promising approach to better evaluate investment alternatives. Within the framework of KNAP, a societal cost-benefit analysis extended by external environmental costs will be linked with the Land Use Transport Interaction Model MARS of the Vienna University of Technology. This extended approach combines the areas of transport, environment, climate and health in a holistic approach. The feasibility of this linkage is to be determined on the basis of a concrete scenario for the decarbonisation of the transport sector by 2040. A differentiation between urban and rural areas is also envisaged. In the course of a follow-up project, different investment scenarios in sustainable passenger mobility with the aim of reducing greenhouse gas emissions are to be evaluated comparatively in order to identify the greatest potentials. Based on this societal cost-benefit analysis, recommendations for action will be derived on how to find the cost-optimal reduction path in the Austrian transport sector.

Duration: 11/2021 - 10/2022

Client: Institut für Höhere Studien, opens an external URL in a new window
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MAHUE_new

Äußere Mariahilfer Straße – NEW

The division of public space in favour of stationary and moving motorised individual traffic prevents a more attractive design and increase in road safety for non-motorised traffic. The cycling infrastructure is inadequate.

Therefore, measures have to be elaborated that show the existing potentials for making the street space more attractive for pedestrians, cyclists and public transport users and at the same time help to reduce the share of motor vehicle traffic in the medium term and to increase the quality of stay in the public space.

Duration: 08/2021 - 01/2022

Client: Grüner Klub im Rathaus, opens an external URL in a new window
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OEV-klimafit_Promotion

Accompaniment of the President of AK Niederösterreich Markus Wieser to study presentation dates

Duration: 06/2021 - 06/2022

Client: AK Niederösterreich, opens an external URL in a new window
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OEV-klimafit_regional

Additional evaluation "Regional climate-friendly public transport

The in-depth, regional presentation of the results of the preliminary project "ÖV klimafit - Handlungsfelder für einen klimafitten öffentlichen Verkehr in Niederösterreich" (Public transport climate-friendly - fields of action for climate-friendly public transport in Lower Austria) takes place in the outlook of events planned by AKNÖ in the regions to discuss the results of ÖV klimafit. For this purpose, the ÖV klimafit results for the 20 districts and 4 statutory cities on the one hand and for the 5 main regions (Industrieviertel, Mostviertel, Waldviertel, Weinviertel and NÖ-Mitte) on the other hand will be aggregated and presented in tabular and cartographic form.

Duration: 07/2021 - 11/2021

Client: AK Niederösterreich, opens an external URL in a new window
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Seekirchen_3

Public Transport Advisory Service in Seekirchen am Wallersee

Duration: 08/2021 - 09/2022

Client: Stadtamt Seekirchen, opens an external URL in a new window
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Superblock_Ottakring

Potential analysis of superblocks in Ottakring

The concept of superblocks has now finally made its way to Vienna. After the SUPERBE pilot study and a detailed planning of a superblock in the Volkertviertel, whose implementation was cancelled, the planning and implementation of a superblock in Favoriten has now been announced.

The aim of the study to be prepared is a refined potential analysis with regard to the implementation of superblocks in Ottakring. Based on SUPERBE, further suitability and necessity criteria will be used to evaluate potential areas in order to have a better basis for decision-making. For a promising superblock, detailed considerations will then be made with regard to traffic organisation and necessary accompanying measures.

Duration: 08/2021 - 03/2023

Client: The Greens Ottakring

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WF_Radfahren_2

Update and expansion of the short study "Cycling as an economic factor" from 2009

The study „Wirtschaftsfaktor Radfahren, opens an external URL in a new window“ (Cycling as an Economic Factor), which dates back to 2009, provides insightful information on the employment and value-added effects emanating from cycling. However, new trends have changed the situation since the last study, such as the increasing online trade, the e-bike boom, but also the increase in cycling caused by the Corona crisis, which resulted in a regionally very different, but overall definitely observable expansion of the cycling infrastructure.

The aim is therefore to gain new insights by updating the study.

Duration: 11/2021 - 06/2023

Client: Austrian Energy agency, opens an external URL in a new window
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WL_Roadworks diversions2

Detailed elaboration of the traffic phasing plans for the track construction programme 2022

Duration: 05/2021 - 11/2021

Client: Wiener Linien GmbH, opens an external URL in a new window
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2020

APCC_special_report

Preparation of sub-chapter 3.3 "Mobility" in the version of the First-Order Draft of APCC Special Report 22 "Structures for Climate-Friendly Living"

Duration: 11/2020 - 07/2022

Client: Wirtschaftsuniversität Wien, opens an external URL in a new window
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Donauufer_Wien_2

Integrated mobility Waterfront

Along the right bank of the Danube there are several sections that have potential for redesign. With the realisation of the Marina Tower in the area of the Donaustadtbrücke, a first landmark is set. For the area at the "Waterfront" between the two underground stations "Donaumarina" and "Stadion", a mobility strategy was developed by the research area in a first stage. As the planning progresses, further synergies between individual sub-areas (e.g. landscape and energy planning) will emerge, but also central requirements for the management of future traffic flows (passenger and freight traffic) and the design of public space.

Duration: 01/2020 - 04/2020

Client: An der Donau Entwicklungs GmbH
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Donauufer_Wien_3

Integrated Mobility Waterfront - Phase 2

In a first phase, an interdisciplinary team of architects, landscape planners, energy & building services engineers and traffic planners worked out concrete urban planning specifications and objectives for future development for the area on the "Waterfront" between the "Donaumarina" and "Stadion" underground stations. Parallel processes, such as the construction of a bus terminal in the vicinity of the stadium centre, are to be taken into account in the planning. In a second, more in-depth phase that is closer to implementation, the following traffic-related topics should be dealt with in greater depth:

  1. Neighbourhood-related mobility management

  2. Development of neighbourhood-related qualities of Wehlistraße to establish it as a neighbourhood space

  3. Alternatives for delivery / logistics / construction site traffic during the construction process

  4. Scale levels of mobility

  5. Survey of future residents on mobility and mobility needs

Duration: 07/2020 - 10/2020

Client: An der Donau Entwicklungs GmbH
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Ebreichsdorf_Gruener_Ring

Street design "Grüner Ring" in Ebreichsdorf

In the course of the 2-track extension of the Pottendorfer Line, the railway station in Ebreichsdorf will be relocated from the town centre to the L150 between Ebreichsdorf and Unterwaltersdorf. On the one hand, this poses enormous challenges for the municipality with regard to the accessibility of the new station, on the other hand, potentials along the old railway line, e.g. for bicycle traffic, can be used. It is to be expected that the route connections between Ebreichsdorf and the cadastral municipalities of Weigelsdorf and Unterwaltersdorf will increase with the location of the new railway station between the districts. The distances of max. 2 km would be optimal cycling distances. Therefore, the road infrastructure should be increasingly adapted to the requirements of active mobility. Around the new railway station, the B60 and B16 (Wiener Neustädter Straße), L150 (Bahnstraße) and L168 (Wiener Straße) form a ring. Only in some sections does the road cross-section have the required quality for pedestrian and bicycle traffic. Particularly with regard to the accessibility of the railway station in the centre of this ring, the potential for improvement is to be examined and how this can be used and implemented step by step.

Duration: 10/2020 - 04/2021

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Evaluierung_Landstraße

Evaluation of the traffic concept for the rural road

Within the framework of the study, existing concepts and strategy plans concerning rural roads are to be subjected to an in-depth analysis and evaluated with regard to their achievement of objectives. If necessary, supplementary measures will be proposed.

Duration: 01/2020 - 03/2020

Client: Klub der Grünen Landstraße
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Grüne 1040

Transport policy flagship projects for Wieden

Duration: 04/2020 - 08/2020

Client: The Greens - Green Alternative Vienna
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Grüne 1050

Transport policy flagship projects for Margareten

Duration: 04/2020 - 08/2020

Client: Die Grünen - ​Grüne Alternative Wien
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Grüne 1200

Hanover Market traffic concept

The Hanover Market attracts many people. Especially on Friday afternoons and Saturday mornings, many people come to the market by private car. The amount of traffic in the narrow residential area between Jägerstraße, Wallensteinstraße and Klosterneuburger Straße, the traffic searching for parking spaces and the lack of parking discipline lead to a massive disturbance of the residents and market visitors in the form of noise and exhaust fumes, as well as endangering all non-motorised people. At the same time, there is competition for space between parking residents, delivering or parking market stallholders and motorised market visitors.

Based on an analysis of the framework conditions and the existing situation, this study will consider the reorganisation of traffic and public space in the study area in order to alleviate these problems and restore the quality of life in the Grätzl.

Duration: 09/2020

Client: Grüne Bildungswerkstatt Wien, opens an external URL in a new window
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Grüne 1230

Encounter zone Maurer Hauptplatz and surrounding area

The Maurer Hauptplatz in Vienna's 23rd district forms a local centre for the residents with business and social infrastructure. The public space represents both this current function and potential more than inadequately. The majority of the street space is used for moving and stationary motor vehicle traffic. This division leads to unclear situations and unattractive areas for pedestrians, especially in the crossing areas. Within the framework of a study, the potential of a pedestrian zone in the area of Maurer Hauptplatz, Endresstraße (up to Valentingasse (north) and Waldorfkindergarten Mauer (south)), Speisinger Straße (including the area of Rathauspark), Geßlgasse (up to Ölzeltgasse) is to be investigated and the measures are to be presented in a plan.

Duration: 04/2020 - 08/2020

Client: Die Grünen Liesing
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Gürtelfrische_West

Future image "Gürtelfrische West"

Duration: 09/2020

Client: Magistrat der Stadt Wien, opens an external URL in a new window
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MS Stadt Salzburg

Mobility Strategy 2020+City of Salzburg

Within the framework of the development of a mobility strategy for the city of Salzburg, measures are to be defined, based on a realistic assessment of the initial situation, in order to reduce the volume of motorised private transport and at the same time to strengthen the environmental alliance (public transport, cycling, walking) as a whole. Reference should be made to the Austrian Climate and Energy Strategy as well as to the catalogue of measures already developed at federal level in the context of the Mobility Status Report, and measures in the City of Salzburg should be coordinated with these. Based on the analysis and synthesis of previous concepts and packages of measures, an analysis of the status quo and deficiencies of the transport system and the identification of objectives and guidelines for future transport policy, proposals for measures will be developed for the respective modes of transport (walking and cycling, public transport, motorised private transport). Aspects of tourism traffic as well as the role of stationary traffic and cross-city traffic (greater Salzburg area) in particular will also be taken into account. Framework conditions for urban and settlement planning will also be developed.

Duration: 03/2020 - 03/2021

Client: The Greens
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Schladming_Expert opinion

Traffic engineering report - Augasse, 8970 Schladming

A hotel, 2 detached and 3 semi-detached houses as well as 2 underground garages for 137 cars and 4 short-stay parking spaces at the hotel forecourt are to be newly built on plot no. 654/8 of KG Oberhaus. The building project was submitted to the market town of Haus im Ennstal as the responsible building authority. The property is accessed via the Augasse of the municipality of Schladming, which makes the municipality of Schladming the road owner. The road has narrow lane widths in some sections. Furthermore, the maximum speed limit is 30km/h and there is a driving ban for lorries over 3.5t. An expert opinion is required to determine whether the existing traffic facilities are sufficient and suitable for the development of the construction site, taking into account the expected traffic volume of the submission project.

Duration: 12/2020 - 01/2021

Client: Stadtgemeinde Schladming, opens an external URL in a new window
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Schweinbarther_Kreuz

Potential calculation Schweinbarther Kreuz

Duration: 05/2020 - 04/2021

Client: Graz-Köflach Bahn und Busbetrieb GmbH, opens an external URL in a new window
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Temp_Encounter zones

Mobility in Vienna under COVID19 and accompanying study "Temporary Encounter Zones Vienna"

This study deals on the one hand with the effects of COVID-19 on mobility in general and evaluates the measures of the City of Vienna in particular. The traffic effects of the temporary encounter zones and cycle lanes were analysed for selected locations and conclusions and recommendations were derived.

Duration: 05/2020 - 11/2020

Client: Mobilitätsagentur Wien GmbH, opens an external URL in a new window
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UBA_Transition2040

Transition Mobility 2040

Duration: 09/2020 - 03/2021

Client: Umweltbundesamt GmbH, opens an external URL in a new window
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VCOE_Evaluation

Public transport - Lessons from the Covid 19 pandemic

Duration: 09/2020

Client: VCÖ, opens an external URL in a new window
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V-Konzept_Aldrans

Expert opinion on the Aldrans traffic concept

The municipality of Aldrans is located in the low mountain range southeast of the provincial capital Innsbruck. Both the L32 Aldranser Straße and the L38 Ellbögener Straße run through the centre of Aldrans. The majority of commuters from the municipalities in the south-eastern low mountain range (Aldrans, Lans, Sistrans, Rinn, Tulfes) travel to Innsbruck via these two roads. Accordingly, the volume of motor vehicle traffic through the centre of Aldrans, at the intersection of the two provincial roads, is particularly high. In this short report, the traffic and mobility-related problems are examined and alternative solutions are presented, among other things with a view to the planned bypasses from the 2019 traffic concept.

Duration: 09/2020

Client: Dr. Peter Kilga
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Volkertviertel

Case Study Superblock Volkertviertel - Analysis of the traffic and mobility situation and preparation of a traffic development concept

The SUPERBE research project (FFG, City of the Future) was the first to investigate the potential of so-called superblocks for Vienna. Details for a possible implementation are now to be worked out for the Volkertviertel in the 2nd district. The basis for the "Volkertviertel" superblock implementation concept is a traffic analysis of the current situation. The focus is on the development of a methodology for the collection of planning basics on this urban scale. The second step comprises the preparation of a traffic implementation concept - with short-term and longer-term measures - for the implementation of a superblock in the study area.

Duration: 07/2020 - 09/2020

Client: Mag. Lorenz Florian Otto
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VS_Sittendorf

Streetscape design in the area of the Sittendorf primary school

The primary school Wienerwald in Sittendorf is located on the provincial road L2100 Gaadner Straße. In the section of the primary school, the maximum speed limit is 30 km/h. The school is located opposite the road. A plot of land diagonally opposite the primary school offers the possibility to move the parking spaces for the teachers to the opposite side of the road and thus to set up a kiss-and-ride area with turning facilities for cars instead of the parking spaces next to the school entrance. The possibilities and capacities for the arrangement of the kiss-and-ride facility and the reorganisation of the parking spaces are to be examined in a rough concept. Particular attention should be paid to the routing of the school route, which enables a safe crossing possibility in front of the school. The integration of the school alley should also be considered. A continuation of the footpath on the northern side of Gaadner Strasse in the direction of the sports field is to be examined.

Duration: 06/2020 - 07/2020

Client: Gemeinde Wienerwald, opens an external URL in a new window
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WL_Roadworks diversions

Detailed elaboration of the traffic phasing plans for the track construction programme 2021

Duration: 07/2020 - 11/2020

Client: Wiener Linien, opens an external URL in a new window
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2019

13A_Elasticities

Effects of journey time changes on passenger behaviour

The aim of the study is to compare the passenger numbers in the existing situation, during the construction phase and in the final expansion with the respective travel times in order to determine the elasticities.

Duration: 10/2019 - 03/2022

Client: Wiener Linien GmbH & Co KG, opens an external URL in a new window
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AK_NOE_OEV-climate-friendly

Climate-friendly public transport - Fields of action for climate-friendly public transport in Lower Austria

Preparation of a study on public transport in Lower Austria, which pursues the following two central objectives:

  1. Definition of minimum requirements for a public transport offer that represents a real alternative to motorised transport in Lower Austria.
  2. Elaboration of concrete fields of action for such a public transport offer.

Duration: 11/2019 - 08/2020

Client: AK Niederösterreich, opens an external URL in a new window
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Bf_Lavanttal

Mobility concept for the Koralm Railway Station Lavanttal

Duration: 10/2019 - 11/2020

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Donauufer_Wien

Transport and mobility concept for the right bank of the Danube

Duration: 02/2019 - 12/2019

Client: An der Donau Entwicklungs GmbH
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ENSZEN_19

Modelling of passenger transport measures within the framework of the WAM project

The aim of the project is to use the strategic, dynamic land use and transport model MARS-UBA, developed by the Institute of Transport Sciences on behalf of the Federal Environment Agency, to estimate the effects of measures in passenger transport. The MARS-UBA model maps passenger transport and takes into account the modes of transport: walking, cycling, public transport (bus, rail) and motorised private transport. MARS-UBA maps the everyday traffic of the Austrian population at district level. With the help of MARS-UBA, action-sensitive scenarios can be evaluated in time steps of one year up to the time horizon 2050. Examples of measures that can be mapped with MARS-UBA are mineral oil tax, parking fees, road pricing, speed limits, ticket prices, frequency increases, infrastructure expansions, spatial planning, etc. Examples of possible background scenarios are the development of the crude oil price, the development of the population, migration trends, car ownership, etc. The MARS-UBA model has already been used in several projects and has an interface to the NEMO (Network Emission Model) model and OLI-compliant data preparation. While the strengths of the NEMO model lie in the area of technical and technological measures, the MARS model clearly has its strengths in the area of transport policy and fiscal measures. The combination of both models in passenger transport therefore guarantees synergies and an in-depth gain in knowledge. A version of the MARS-UBA model calibrated to the data of the national mobility survey "Austria on the Move" is available from the project Sachstandsbericht.

Duration: 01/2019 - 12/2019

Client: Umweltbundesamt Gesellschaft, opens an external URL in a new window
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ORF_BMM_2

Technical support for the implementation of operational mobility management at the ORF media location Küniglberg, technical support for the tender for a parking guidance system ORF media location Küniglberg

A wide range of measures have been developed within the framework of the Mobility Management (BMM) for the ORF media location Küniglberg. In addition to adjustments in the allocation of parking permits and a new tariff structure, measures to organise the limited number of parking spaces are a central component of the BMM. The income from parking space management is also to be used to finance a job ticket in the future. In addition to parking space management, aspects of vehicle fleet management, measures to promote electromobility and cycling were also defined. The respective measures of the BMM are to be implemented step by step until 2023 (completion of the site consolidation). For this purpose, expert support is offered within the scope of the present offer.

Duration: 01/2019 - 12/2019

Client: ORF, opens an external URL in a new window
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Seekirchen_2

Evaluation and further development of the transport concept Seekirchen am Wallersee 2020+

Since the preparation of the Integrated Urban Development Concept (IUDC) in 2014 and the Transport Concept for Seekirchen am Wallersee in 2016, some framework conditions have changed that also have an impact on the volume of traffic and the organisation of traffic in the municipality. Numerous larger urban development areas are about to be realised or are intended to be realised. At the same time, traffic measures were also implemented, which are to be evaluated with regard to their effect or continued if necessary. Further planned transport measures are to be evaluated and classified with regard to the objectives of the transport concept and the IUDC.

Duration: 10/2019 - 01/2020

Client: Stadtamt Seekirchen, opens an external URL in a new window
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Spittal_Pedestrian zone

In-depth study on the implementation of a pedestrian zone in the area Neuer Platz / Hauptplatz (B99/B100) in Spittal an der Drau

In the course of the traffic development concept (VEK) Spittal an der Drau, various traffic measures for the years 2019 to 2025 were developed. The central measure is the proposal to transform the Hauptplatz and the Neuer Platz into a pedestrian zone. The district administration and the province of Carinthia therefore requested in-depth analyses and surveys. The most important steps are to be coordinated with the province of Carinthia.

Central results of the investigation are statements about the feasibility of possible (mini) roundabouts in the area of Burgplatz and Egarterplatz. For the entrance to Neuer Platz from the Lieserschlucht (B99), there is already a planned roundabout. For the sections Neuer Platz and Hauptplatz, the pedestrian flows and the crossing behaviour are mapped. The results will be presented in a microsimulation (VISSIM).

Duration: 09/2019 - 03/2020

Client: Stadtgemeinde Spittal an der Drau, opens an external URL in a new window
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Zwölfaxing

Measures for traffic calming in Zwölfaxing

The municipality of Zwölfaxing to the south of the municipality of Schwechat is predominantly aligned along the L2003 state road. This road currently has an average daily traffic volume (DTV) of around 12,000 to 13,000 vehicles per 24 hours. Currently, there is a submission project for a bypass of the municipality of Zwölfaxing, which is to reduce the traffic volumes in the village thoroughfare accordingly for the year 2030. In addition, two regional roads (L2003/L2072) intersect in the municipal area, both of which also have a feeder function to the S1. In the course of realising the bypass road, it is planned to transfer parts of the state road into municipal ownership.

A preliminary study is to examine which variants exist for traffic calming in the current/future provincial and municipal road network. In the process, areas will be located and measures in principle will be proposed as a basis for further discussion.

Duration: 06/2019 - 07/2019

Client: Gemeinde Zwölfaxing, opens an external URL in a new window
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2018

Gurktal

Plausibility check of the bids for the award of a service concession in bus transport in the Gurktal region

The aim of the plausibility check was to see whether the timetables correspond to the evaluation tables of the last offers for the transport region Gurktal. This was achieved by checking the completeness of the stops mentioned (+ freely selected additional stops) in the draft timetable, the comparison of the space available according to the timetable and according to the evaluation table, the check of the relevant journey time and comparison with the values given in the evaluation table, as well as the check of the correctness of the given number of working connections on working days.

Duration: 01/2018 - 02/2018

Client: Verkehrsverbund Kärnten GmbH
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Hernals_2

Expert contribution to the implementation planning of mobility measures in the core area of Hernals

The aim of the study was to develop a traffic concept for the residential area bounded by the streets Ottakringer Straße, Taubergasse, Hernalser Hauptstraße and Hernalser Gürtel - with special consideration of the aspects of traffic safety, equal opportunities, barrier-free access, attractiveness and accessibility.

Duration: 02/2018 - 12/2018

Client: Magistrat der Stadt Wien
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Maria Lanzendorf

Development of traffic calming measures in the settlement area of Maria Lanzendorf

The objective was to analyse the existing situation and to develop traffic calming measures in a district of Maria Lanzendorf, where there are increasing complaints from residents about traffic congestion.

Duration: 04/2018 - 06/2018

Client: Gemeinde Maria Lanzendorf, opens an external URL in a new window
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Parking_Card_Survey

The Federal Ministry of Labour, Social Affairs, Health and Consumer Protection asked for the implementation and evaluation of a survey of persons with disabilities on the current situation of parking permits according to § 29b StVO. In total, 2,000 persons were sent out by the client, implemented by the SMS and the BRZ. A link to the online tool and a PDF of the questionnaire were provided by the FVV. The online tool SurveyMonkey used by the FVV enables the creation of accessible surveys that meet the accessibility requirements according to Section 508 and WCAG2.

Client: Sozialministerium, opens an external URL in a new window

Right turn_Red

Pilot test right turn on red

In the course of the scientific study accompanying the pilot project "Right turn on red", a catalogue of criteria for the selection of intersections will be drawn up - based on the criteria of the BAST, GDV and possibly the local municipalities. In addition to criteria already identified, these will be based, among other things, on the geometry of the intersection (T-junction, X-junction) and the existing pedestrian and cyclist infrastructure (number and location of zebra crossings and cyclist crossings). Since the transferability of the statements of the accompanying study is only given for similar intersection types, the potential of transferability (number of similar intersection types) will also play a role in the intersection selection. The criteria catalogue will be evaluated after the end of the pilot trial and adapted accordingly.

Duration: 06/2018 - 02/2019

Client: BMVIT, opens an external URL in a new window
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RgE_View study

Cycling against the one-way system - traffic engineering study

When cycling against the one-way system, safety deficits occur again and again, mainly at intersections, e.g. when motor vehicle drivers do not pay attention to cyclists cycling against the prescribed direction of travel of the one-way street when turning or crossing, thus causing critical situations. The basic aim of the traffic engineering study is to improve the road safety of cyclists cycling against the prescribed direction of travel on one-way streets on their own facilities. In the present case, at specifically selected intersections, the research question is investigated, among other things, to what extent objectifiable indicators of traffic flow (e.g. lines of travel in the cross-section) or human information reception (e.g. inappropriate / neglected gaze allocation) play a role here. Subsequently, suggestions for improvement or measures are elaborated that appear suitable to reduce the risk of misjudgement of the situation and thus the safety deficits.

Duration: 07/2018 - 09/2018

Client: MA 46
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Seeboden

Effects of the truck rest area Seeboden planned by ASFINAG

Examination of the decision-making basis of ASFINAG for conclusiveness and usefulness as well as analysis of the derived environmental impacts, in particular through noise pollution, for comprehensibility and plausibility.

Duration: 02/2018 - 05/2018

Client: Bürgerinitiative L(I)EBENSWERTES SEEBODEN
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Schwechat_3

Investigation of the network effect of the connection Klederinger Straße/Ostbahnstraße L2070

Duration: 05/2018 - 12/2018

Client: Stadtgemeinde Schwechat, opens an external URL in a new window
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VEP_Burgenland

Transport Development Plan Burgenland

Within the framework of a (simplified) alternative transport development plan for the province of Burgenland, measures are to be defined, based on a realistic assessment of the initial situation, to reduce the existing imbalance between motorised individual transport and the environmental alliance as a whole (public transport, cycling, walking) in order to initiate the urgently needed paradigm shift. On the one hand, a nationwide basic supply of public transport must be defined and mapped, and on the other hand, the future role of motorised individual mobility must be presented in its scope and design. Reference should be made to the Austrian Climate and Energy Strategy as well as to the catalogue of measures already developed at federal level in the context of the Mobility Status Report, and regional and local measures should be coordinated with them. The time horizons until 2030 and beyond can be derived from these goals. Furthermore, reference should be made to the role of the state in the expansion and promotion of walking and cycling. This cannot be done exclusively at the FVV municipal level. Concepts for the promotion of non-motorised transport at Land level are being developed.

Duration: 11/2018 - 10/2019

Client: The Greens Burgenland
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V-Konzept_Windhager

Traffic concept for residential development Windhager Gründe

In the context of the development of the Windhager Gründe, traffic parameters and framework conditions for the development on the site itself are to be defined and justified (parking space key, access to garages, concept and arguments for thoroughfares - especially for non-motorised traffic), and the effects on the surrounding road network are to be examined. For this purpose, the client will provide the current planning status as well as the underlying quantity structure (number of dwellings, dwelling types, uses, etc.). Due to the comparatively low to medium basic traffic load of the surrounding road network, selective traffic counts are recommended. These can be contracted out locally in order to reduce travel costs.

Duration: 11/2018 - 06/2019

Client: KAINZ Projektentwicklung & Standortaufwertung GmbH, opens an external URL in a new window, Salzburger Siedlungswerk Gemeinnützige Wohnungswirtschafts-Gesellschaft m.b.H., opens an external URL in a new window, Salzburg Wohnbau GmbH, opens an external URL in a new window
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WL_Lighting report

Risk analysis control system Schottenring - Verification of the functionality of the underground control system in normal operation and in the event of an incident "evacuation in the event of a low-voltage failure"

An expert opinion in the form of a risk analysis will be prepared, which will verify the functionality of the existing metro control system in the normal case and in the case of an incident "low voltage failure", which requires the evacuation of a station. The report will describe the existing metro control system, check its conformity with existing standards and give a comprehensible opinion on whether the control system meets the requirements in case of an evacuation of passengers. Furthermore, an international comparison of operating/control systems will be carried out and a summary of the findings will be prepared in the form of a scientific publication.

Duration: 10/2018 - 12/2018

Client: Wiener Linien, opens an external URL in a new window
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WL Strab Acceleration

Identification and quantification of acceleration potentials of tram lines 2 and 49 by means of GPS measurements

Duration: 05/2018 - 10/2018

Client: Wiener Linien, opens an external URL in a new window
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2017

Bad_Voeslau_2

Development of measures for traffic calming in the centre area of Bad Vöslau

In 2012, the municipality of Bad Vöslau commissioned a master plan for the spatial and strategic development of the town centre, which shows a comprehensive perspective for the centre of Bad Vöslau. Proposals for traffic-related measures were also outlined. Based on previous work and analyses on the topic of traffic and urban development, the measures proposed therein were examined and evaluated in relation to the current situation.
Based on the master plan for the spatial and strategic development of the inner city of Bad Vöslau, the proposals formulated therein for the topic area of traffic are to be further developed or checked for their technical and organisational feasibility.

Duration: 01/2017 - 07/2017

Client: Stadtgemeinde Bad Vöslau, opens an external URL in a new window
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Disabled parking permit

Evaluation of the parking cards

The aim of the study is to collect basic data in order to examine the effects of the transfer of competence for issuing parking permits pursuant to § 29b of the Road Traffic Act 1960 from the district administrative authorities to the Ministry of Social Affairs and, on the other hand, to identify possibilities for optimisation.

Duration: 07/2017 - 05/2019

Client: Sozialministerium, opens an external URL in a new window
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E-Auto_Wien_Update

Update of the forecast of the development of the number of e-cars from the project "Run-up figures e-cars in the metropolitan region of Vienna"

The aim of the study is to update the forecasts of the development of the number of e-cars registered in Vienna of the project "Run-up figures e-cars in the metropolitan region of Vienna" on the basis of the registration figures available including June 2017.

Duration: 07/2017 - 08/2017

Client: Wien Energie GmbH, opens an external URL in a new window
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e-genius

MOOC Smart Cities & Communities

The aim of the E-Genius project was to create telelearning materials on the topic of smart mobility for urban regions. These were funded by the FFG in the course of the "MOOC Smart Cities & Communities" project and put online in September 2017 together with other telelearning units in the field of smart cities.

Duration: 03/2017 - 09/2017

Client: e-genius Initiative offene Bildung, opens an external URL in a new window
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Guntramsdorf

Cordon Survey Guntramsdorf

Survey of destination, source and through traffic (cordon count) in the local area.
A cordon count is based on a number plate survey. This makes it possible to distinguish between destination, source and through traffic and thus to determine the potential for modal shift, e.g. in the course of the construction of bypasses. The survey is carried out separately for each direction, including differentiation according to vehicle type and origin. The cordon survey covers all entries and exits and also enables the delineation of traffic cells in the urban area. The aim is, among other things, a so-called traffic spider, which enables a graphical processing of the relations between the survey points.

Duration: 03/2017 - 06/2017

Client: Marktgemeinde Guntramsdorf, opens an external URL in a new window
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Hernals

Expert contribution for the optimisation of a mobility concept for sub-areas of the cadastral municipality of Hernals close to the city centre in the context of district development planning

The traffic concept aims at upgrading the area by improving (traffic) safety for all groups of people (from schoolchildren to elderly people and people with reduced mobility) and for all modes of transport and forms of mobility. A key planning objective is to make pedestrian accessibility more attractive.

Duration: 01/2017 - 07/2017

Client: Magistratsabteilung 18, opens an external URL in a new window
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Langenzersdorf_2

Planning of "Grätzl Oases" in Langenzersdorf

Langenzersdorf is a typical Weinviertel street village. The population of the market town has grown by well over 30% in the last 25 years. This has had a significant impact on many areas: Land prices, necessary infrastructure, supply with shops for daily needs and much more. One point in which there is still a need for substantial action is to continue to maintain the social infrastructure and communication of the citizens of the village. There are hardly, or only very few, social meeting places where citizens can meet - outside of an inn or pub. Within the framework of this project, various places/grätzl will be analysed and evaluated for their suitability as social meeting places. Afterwards, these Grätzl will be planned so that they fulfil the necessary functions as social meeting places. The aim is to facilitate and make attractive the exchange between all population groups, even away from clubs or restaurants.

Duration: 03/2017 - 11/2017

Client: Marktgemeinde Langenzersdorf, opens an external URL in a new window
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Montafon

Market value analysis for calculating the potential for public passenger transport by rail in Montafon

Duration: 07/2017 - 10/2017

Client: KAIROS Wirkungsforschung, opens an external URL in a new window
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Parkingpickerl_district10

Study "Potential and proposals for the conversion of public space in the course of the introduction of parking space management in Favoriten"

Duration: 06/2017 - 08/2017

Client: Die Grünen Favoriten, opens an external URL in a new window
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Schwechat_2

Effects of the extension of parking space management in Vienna on the municipality of Schwechat

Duration: 02/2017 - 07/2017

Client: Stadtgemeinde Schwechat, opens an external URL in a new window
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Traiskirchen

Concept for the redesign of existing traffic areas with regard to traffic calming and traffic safety in Traiskirchen

The project comprises the examination and development of proposals for traffic calming measures in several areas of the municipality. The scope of services includes the definition, location and verification of the feasibility of measures as well as the justification of the reasonableness and necessity for implementation based on the (deficiency) analysis of the existing situation.

Duration: 08/2017 - 11/2017

Client: Stadtgemeinde Traiskirchen, opens an external URL in a new window
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URANOS

Investigation of the environmental impact and resource consumption as a possible effect of the increasing use of online trade by the inhabitants of the city of Vienna

The overall objective of the URANOS project is to deepen the knowledge and understanding of the changing consumer behaviour of the Viennese population against the backdrop of increasing digitalisation, to determine its impact on transport, urban structure and the environment and to derive possible measures and recommendations for the environmental and transport policy of the City of Vienna.

Duration: 06/2017 - 12/2017

Client: Wiener Umweltanwaltschaft, opens an external URL in a new window
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WL_Positionspapier

Position Paper on Space Use and Efficiency

The aim of the position paper is to create and coordinate a common understanding and position of the mobility cluster companies of the WSTW on the topic of space allocation and space efficiency. In addition to a
In addition to a "vision", concrete recommendations for action and proposals for measures derived from them are to be outlined. Furthermore, proposals for the communication of the position paper and the dissemination of the contents internally/externally and lobbying are to be developed.

Duration: 03/2017 - 09/2017

Client: Wiener Stadtwerke, opens an external URL in a new window
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2016

E-Auto_Vienna

Run-up figures for e-cars in the metropolitan region of Vienna

The aim of the study "Run-up figures for electric cars in the metropolitan region of Vienna", which is to be carried out in the period from October to December 2016, is to model the development of the number of registered electric cars in the city of Vienna and its surrounding area (commuter links) until 2030 in order to derive the need for charging infrastructure in public spaces for Vienna.

Duration: 10/2016 - 12/2016

Client: Wien Energie GmbH, opens an external URL in a new window, Magistratsabteilung 33
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ENSZEN17

Modelling of passenger transport measures in the context of the energy scenarios with regard to the climate targets 2030 and 2050

The aim of the project is to develop energy-economy lnput data and scenarios for the transport sector under Mapping of measures (WAM plus: measures that go beyond the restrictions of the monitoring mechanism) mechanism, based on WEM: "with existing measures" and WAM: "with additional measures" - based on the measures" - based on the Climate and Energy Strategy) as a basis for the 2030 Climate and Energy Policy Framework and the fulfilment of the 2017 reporting requirement of the EU Monitoring Mechanism (No. 525/2013/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council). For 2017, it is essential to have a robust data basis for the 2020 targets and the already started discussion on 2030 targets and their achievability. With regard to 2050, against the background of the international, EU-wide and national climate process, a -80% GHG scenario can be modelled based on the WAM plus 2015 scenario.

Duration: 05/2016 - 06/2017

Client: Umweltbundesamt GmbH, opens an external URL in a new window
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Langenzersdorf

Preparation of a planning concept to improve the traffic situation in the area of the primary school Langenzersdorf

The municipality of Langenzersdorf, as the responsible road owner, intends to change the public property in the area of the primary school in Langenzersdorf in order to improve the current traffic situation and for the safety of all road users. The necessary surveys and planning of the correspondingly required reconstruction measures are currently still outstanding. The aim is to prepare a planning concept for the area of the Langenzersdorf primary school with regard to the above-mentioned objectives.

Duration: 06/2016 - 11/2016

Client: Marktgemeinde Langenzersdorf, opens an external URL in a new window
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Lobauautobahn

Impact of the Lobau motorway on the city of Vienna

Duration: 06/2016 - 03/2017

Client: Magistratsabteilung 18, opens an external URL in a new window
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MultiMo

Multimodal mobility behaviour of Wien Mobil Lab 1 users

In MultiMo Wien Mobil Lab 1, the users of the application Wien Mobil Lab1 are researched with regard to their mobility behaviour and the way they use the application. At the beginning of the research project, the term multimodality is defined in order to be able to make clear
to be able to make clear statements when analysing the data. The starting point is the hypothesis that users have an affinity for multimodal mobility behaviour and that this is also reflected in their actual mobility behaviour. On the one hand, a new survey method is tested with regard to longitudinal data on mobility behaviour. On the other hand, the results of the research project make it possible to further develop products in a more customer-oriented way.

Client: Neue Urbane Mobilität Wien GmbH, opens an external URL in a new window
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ORF_Survey

Mobility survey ORF

The aim of the project was to

  • to collect data on the mobility behaviour of ORF employees at the ORF Centre Küniglberg, ORF Broadcasting House, Heiligenstadt, Storchengasse and EuroPlaza locations on the basis of an electronic questionnaire, and
  • to carry out the evaluation of the survey and thus to create a (traffic-related) basis for the development of a mobility concept.

Duration: 06/2016 - 12/2016

Client: ORF, opens an external URL in a new window
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ORF_BMM

ORF Media Location Küniglberg - Implementation Concept Parking Management Operational Mobility Management

Duration: 10/2016 - 07/2017

Client: ORF, opens an external URL in a new window
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Schwechat

Examination of the intersection situation of B10 Wiener Straße/ B11 Mautner-Markhof-Straße/ Klederinger Straße as well as the cross-town link road to Klederinger Straße

Duration: 06/2016 - 10/2016

Client: Stadtgemeinde Schwechat, opens an external URL in a new window
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Stainz

Redesign of the main square in Stainz

Together with 3:0 Landschaftsarchitektur, the competition for the planning of an encounter zone in the market town of Stainz (Styria) was won. The following areas were dealt with as part of the traffic planning:

  • Technical consultation and development of the traffic basics for the respective design phases
  • Development of a guidance and orientation system for the organisation of stationary traffic
  • Impact analysis of the traffic effects on the rest of the town of Stainz
  • Development of measures for traffic guidance and organisation during the construction phases

Duration: 09/2016 - 12/2017

Client: 3:0 Landschaftsarchitektur Gachowetz Luger Zimmermann OG, opens an external URL in a new window
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Streetlife

Feasibility study on street openings for events

Due to the great popularity and the strong increase in visitors, Babenbergerstraße will not offer enough space for the Streetlife Festival in the future. From the point of view of traffic organisation and event technology, alternatives to Babenbergerstraße as the venue for the Streetlife Festival are to be examined. The feasibility study is to serve as a decision-making basis for the opening of alternative streets.

Duration: 06/2016 - 11/2016

Client: Mobilitätsagentur Wien GmbH, opens an external URL in a new window
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S37

Alternatives and measures for the safety upgrade of the S37 Klagenfurt motorway

Duration: 09/2016 - 01/2017

Client: Die Grünen Kärnten, opens an external URL in a new window
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upstream

Management of projects in the field of mobility management and mobility organisation for companies, housing developers, etc.

Duration: 04/2016 - 01/2017

Client: Upstream Next Level Mobility GmbH, opens an external URL in a new window
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Villach_Cycling concept

Conflict study pedestrians and cyclists in the pedestrian zone in Villach

Duration: 04/2016 - 06/2016

Client: Stadt Villach, opens an external URL in a new window
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WL_Biodiversity

Land and biodiversity

The overall benefit of ecological measures of WL is to be assessed by applying (formal) evaluation procedures.
The aim of the project is to evaluate the relevant and technically possible contributions of WL (greening, increasing biodiversity) to the topics of urban ecology, resilience and climate adaptation or to a liveable city (Step25) and to make them discussable, comparable and decidable for the management and the City of Vienna.

Duration: 12/2016 - 06/2017

Client: Wiener Linien, opens an external URL in a new window
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WL_Urban ecology

The city as an organism

On the part of Wiener Linien and at the suggestion of GF, it was determined that biological and ecological principles should be increasingly taken into account in the course of further planning measures of Wiener Linien. In this respect, the city must therefore be seen as an organism. A symbiosis between the city and nature (including metabolism and material cycles) must be the contribution and goal of the measures.

Client: Wiener Linien, opens an external URL in a new window
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2015

Aspanggründe

Traffic planning Aspanggründe / Eurogate

In the Aspanggründe-Eurogate urban development area in Vienna's 3rd district, a school campus is to be built and a connection to the Fasanviertel district is to be created via the route of the S7 rapid transit line. This supplementary structure is also to be used as a garage, among other things. Within the framework of the project, different variants for efficient parking as well as equipment features for a mobility service point in the "supplementary building" were developed. Furthermore, variants for the route of bicycle and pedestrian traffic from the Fasanviertel over the tracks of the express railway and the adjacent road into the Eurogateviertel were investigated. The central focus of the work was on defining the requirements for traffic space in the vicinity of the new campus location and traffic routing.

Client: ARGE archipel Architekten , opens an external URL in a new window

Bad Vöslau

Analysis of traffic concepts Bad Vöslau

Duration: 09/2015 - 03/2016

Client: Die Grünen Bad Vöslau, opens an external URL in a new window
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Cottageviertel_2015

Transport statement on the Gesiba housing project

Traffic statement on the available documents submitted for the Gesiba housing project (traffic study and statements by Rosinak & Partner, statements by MA37 and traffic engineering report by Kiener Consult GmbH) in conjunction with own traffic surveys.

Duration: 04/2015 - 04/2015

Client: Pfeffer Consult Planungsbüro
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Emissionen_WL

Calculation of emission values of Wiener Linien from energy consumption

Emission values are to be calculated on the basis of the annual energy consumption of the vehicle fleet of Wiener Linien. In the process, characteristic values for the indicators CO2, SO2, NOx, CH4, NMHC and fine dust/particles are to be presented in relation to the respective energy sources (electricity, district heating, natural gas, liquid gas and diesel). The basic data on consumption will be provided by Wiener Linien. The results are to be included in the sustainability report. The calculations are to be carried out over several years so that it can be determined how the series of figures may change.

Duration: 01/2015 - 06/2016

Client: Wiener Linien, opens an external URL in a new window
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KEX-Vorarlberg

Estimation of the magnitude of fuel price-related fuel exports in Vorarlberg

Duration: 11/2015 - 02/2016

Client: Umweltbundesamt GmbH, opens an external URL in a new window
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Loading zones_Vienna

Structural analysis for the establishment of loading zones in Vienna

In the study to be carried out, criteria, indicators and potentials for a systematisation and categorisation for the establishment of loading zones are to be developed on the basis of five differently structured streets in Vienna.

The aim is to create a quantitative basis for a strategy applicable to the entire city area for the distribution of loading zones in line with demand.

Duration: 09/2015 - 12/2016

Client: Wirtschaftskammer Wien, opens an external URL in a new window
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Mayrhofen

Expert opinions on the Mayrhofen roundabout system

Duration: 07/2015 - 08/2015

Client: Law firm Dengg-Geisler-Gredler
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ORF_Mobility

ORF Media Location Küniglberg - Basics for a Traffic Concept as a Basis for Zoning

Duration: 12/2015 - 01/2016

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PARIS

Potentials of Selected Measures to Reduce Greenhouse Gas Emissions from Passenger Transport in the Context of an Integrated Austria-wide Strategy

Duration: 04/2015 - 03/2016

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Transport concept for Seekirchen am Wallersee

Within the framework of the spatial development concept and on the basis of previous work and analyses on the topic of traffic and urban expansion, the town of Seekirchen am Wallersee is planning to draw up a "traffic concept", which will formulate the necessary measures to ensure the quality of life in Seekirchen in the future and will thus be developed in close coordination with the town's spatial development concept (REK). The analysis and updating of previous traffic concepts, an inventory analysis as well as the integration of the population into the planning process are important components of this specialised concept. Coordination with politics and administration is ensured through expert discussions.

Duration: 01/2015 - 05/2016

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ZEUS

The promotion of walking as an essential element of a sustainable environmental and transport policy for the City of Vienna

Duration: 04/2015 - 12/2015

Client: Wiener Umweltanwaltschaft, opens an external URL in a new window,
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2014

MAHÜ

Crossings Mariahilfer Straße

In a citizens' survey in February and March 2014, the acceptance of the "Mariahilfer Straße NEU" was surveyed, the majority of the population was in favour of the now realised solution; additional crossings of Mariahilfer Straße compared to the project realised in autumn 2013 were demanded. As a result, the expert team Rosinak & Partner - komobile - TU Wien (IVV) was commissioned by the City of Vienna, Municipal Department 46, to examine possible crossings of Innere Mariahilfer Straße and to develop and assess associated variants of traffic organisation in the 6th and 7th districts. Finally, a joint expert proposal will be elaborated and presented with the involvement of MA 46.

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MARS-UBA

Adaptation of the dynamic land use and transport model MARS Austria for use in the framework of the Austrian Air Pollution Inventory

Duration: 06/2014 - 03/2015

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Traffic 2050

Identification of transport and spatial policy paths on the way to a low-carbon transport system 2050

Duration: 09/2014 - 12/2014

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WL_Areas

Who owns the city? Allocation of space and priorities in the street space based on the surface capacity of the traffic types

Client: Wiener Linien GmbH & Co KG, opens an external URL in a new window

2013

AK Vienna Commuter analysis

Evaluation of commuter flows in the Vienna catchment area

Client: Arbeiterkammer für Wien, opens an external URL in a new window

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Ottakringer Street

Traffic engineering study passable bus stop cape in Ottakringer Straße

Duration: 03/2013 - 12/2014

Study on optimisation of the structural superstructure

Duration: 12/2013 - 03/2015

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2012

ARNIKA

Requirements of an increasing share of cycling on the quality and quantity of bicycle parking facilities - demand, infrastructure costs and acceptance

It is one of the official goals of the City of Vienna to increase the share of inner-city cycling to at least 8% by 2020. The prerequisite for a high share of cycling is not only investments in the infrastructure of flowing traffic (cycle paths, cycle lanes, riding against the one-way system, etc.), but also a satisfactory infrastructure for stationary traffic, both quantitatively and qualitatively. Examples from cities with a very high share of cycling show that it can cause problems despite the fact that it is 10 times more efficient in terms of space than cars.

Therefore the Research Unit of Transport Planning and Traffic Engineering at the Institute of Transportation was commissioned by the Wiener Umweltanwaltschaft, opens an external URL in a new window to conduct a study on the requirements of an increasing share of cycling on the quality and quantity of bicycle parking facilities.

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e-Mobility on Demand

e-Mobility on Demand - Model region Greater Vienna

Electromobility has become a trend in Europe that has the potential to support certain transport policy objectives, e.g. reducing local emissions of the combustion products CO2 and air pollutants and dependence on fossil combustion fuels.

However, there are also risks. In a big city like Vienna, which has a high share of public transport, it has to be taken into account that the introduction of e-mobility offers does not compete with public transport in a damaging way.

In e-Mobility on Demand, the practical introduction of e-mobility offers in Vienna in the form of company vehicles and car-sharing offers will be investigated. The aim is to gain insights from driving behaviour and customer acceptance, which are important for a more widespread application.

Duration: 07/2012 - 10/2015

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Child mobility

International comparison of implementation measures for child-friendly mobility

Duration: 07/2012 - 08/2012

Client: Bundesministerium für Land- und Forstwirtschaft, Umwelt und Wasserwirtschaft

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2011

13A

Feasibility study tramway line 13 part 2 - analysis and quality control

Examination of the feasibility of a tram line 13 as a replacement for the bus line 13A as well as other optimisation solutions; quality control of the elaboration of the variants of the feasibility study; evaluation of the individual variants; cost-effectiveness analysis; presentation of the interactions in the urban environment; preparation of the technical basis for a subsequent coordination of the project with the districts concerned.

Duration: 04/2011 - 12/2011

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Landsberg

Surveys and traffic counts for the preparation of a traffic development plan for the city of Landsberg am Lech

Duration: 01/2011 - 03/2012

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Mobility concept Waidhofen/Ybbs

Survey of the current traffic situation in the municipality of Waidhofen Ybbs

Duration: 07/2011 - 10/2011

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PAN

Influence of parking space organisation and the number of parking spaces on the use of motorised private transport and the achievement of transport, environmental and settlement policy goals

The organisation and number of parking spaces, both public and private, has a great influence on the accessibility and locational favourability of sites. A balanced provision of parking spaces is one of the most effective instruments for adapting traffic to local structures. The main objective of the project is to analyse the hypothesis of a close connection between parking space provision on the one hand and mobility behaviour and transport mode choice on the other. A further objective is the compilation of an up-to-date compendium of legal regulations and guidelines on the number and organisation of parking spaces for motorised private transport and cycling. Finally, the contribution of an adapted dimensioning and efficient management of parking space to the achievement of traffic, environmental and settlement policy objectives will be investigated.

Duration: 02/2011 - 03/2012

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SOL

Study on the organisation of the future charging infrastructure for e-vehicles in Austria - necessary number and economic locations

The aim of this study is to determine the necessary number of charging stations and their economically efficient spatial distribution in the private, semi-public, public and commercial sectors for various fleet development scenarios under the boundary condition of nationwide coverage.

Duration: 05/2011 - 03/2012

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WL Security

Road safety for Vienna in comparison - risk to passengers when using public transport and risk when using other passenger transport modes

The task of the study is to calculate and compare the conditions with regard to the risk of injury when using the different modes of transport in order to be able to use the results in decision-making with regard to transport policy strategies.

Duration: 03/2011 - 02/2012

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2010

Guideline pitches

Guideline and case studies for the implementation of environmentally recommendable parking space ordinances

Duration: 10/2010 - 02/2014

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2009

Cottage quarter

Development of a traffic (calming) concept for the Cottage Quarter

Within the framework of the traffic calming concept, the traffic flows (destination, source and through traffic flows) are analysed with regard to the environmental impact and solution scenarios are developed.

Duration: 04/2009 - 10/2009

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RASI

Investigation of the road safety effects of RadLaneLights

Duration: 09/2008 - 06/2010

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Cycling as an economic factor

The economic impact of cycling in Austria

Duration: 01/2009 - 07/2009

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2008

Brunn am Gebirge - VO

Market Town Brunn am Gebirge - Municipal Mobility Management

Duration: 12/2008 - 03/2011

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ÖVG ÖV Manual

Manual "Public Transport"

The aim of this contract research is to support the Working Group on Public Transport of the Austrian Transport Science Society (ÖVG) in the preparation of a handbook on public transport for Austria.

Duration: 01/2008 - 08/2009

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PENDO

Effects of innovative technology on commuters in the Eastern Region

Duration: 11/2008 - 01/2011

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Ring line concept

Estimation of the impact of the ring line concept on CO2 emissions

Duration: 08/2008

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Traisental

Corridor study S34

The corridor study for the Traisen Valley determined the possibilities of both railways, public transport on roads and road traffic on the basis of objective parameters for the current state. Likewise, the available potentials in the operating system of all three modes of transport were quantified and, from this, measures for a future-proof design of life in the Traisen Valley were developed in accordance with the legal basis and the expected changes in the framework conditions.

Duration: 12/2008 - 03/2012

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2007

Augustinplatz

Mobility and urban development study Augustinplatz, before - after comparison

Duration: 03/2007 - 06/2009

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BahnBarrierefrei

Technology screening and technology foresight barrier-free systems for the new Vienna Central Station

Human physiological passenger comfort

Quantification of passenger comfort on the basis of localised measured values Human physiological data acquisition in trams

Travel times and travel comfort are perceived and subjectively evaluated differently by people depending on the means of transport used. This subjective evaluation is of decisive importance for the choice of means of transport. If it were possible to trace these internal human processes back to physically more easily measurable variables such as lateral, longitudinal and vertical accelerations or to sound, temperature and occupancy levels, it would be possible to determine ride comfort directly for route sections or means of transport (underground, tramway, bus). The aim of this preliminary study is to design and empirically test a measurement set-up and methodology that enables the merging of human-physiological measurement data with physical measurement data from a test section in the Vienna tramway network. Wiener Linien owns one of the most modern track measurement wagons in the world, which can record the acceleration data described above with simultaneous localisation. The Institute of Transport Planning is in possession of the measuring equipment, which is capable of recording those human-physiological measurement parameters that appear suitable for enabling a transformation of vehicle-physical measurement data to ride comfort.

Duration: 09/2007 - 03/2010

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Mobility concept TU Vienna 2015

The aim of the project is to create a data basis regarding the mobility behaviour of the employees and students of the TU Vienna, as well as to survey the transport structure (number of parking spaces, bicycle parking facilities, accessibility by public transport) at the TU Vienna and, based on this, to develop a mobility concept for the TU Vienna.

Duration: 08/2007 - 08/2009

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Park&Ride survey

Basic survey on the use of Park&Ride facilities in accordance with the regulations on zoning

The use of Park&Ride car parks depends to a large extent on their general conditions (location, uses in the surrounding area, building density, accessibility on foot and parking organisation in the surrounding area). The free use of the ÖBB parking spaces therefore leads to a varying proportion of external users depending on the location. The surveys and interviews provide a basis for decision-making to solve the problem at a number of selected problematic locations.

Duration: 10/2007 - 12/2007

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Bolzano-Caltern Überetsch tramway

Elaboration of a study to clarify the prerequisites for the realisation of a rail-bound local supply system between the Überetsch and the provincial capital of Bozen/Bolzano

In view of the large increase rates that have been demonstrated for the Vinschgau Railway and the increasing importance of local rail transport in all cities in Europe, the municipalities of Bolzano, Appiano and Caldaro investigated the principal possibility of a contemporary route in an initial preliminary study. Within the framework of the commissioned feasibility study, variants for the routing were examined, an operating concept was developed, an estimate of the potential for the passenger volume was made and the construction processes were described. Furthermore, measures for the traffic organisation for motorised individual traffic at the interfaces with the railway line were examined. The feasibility study forms the basis for further political decision-making.

Duration: 02/2007 - 04/2009

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Workshops Pitches

Adaptation of the current parking space regulations to the spatial planning objectives (incl. 2 workshops and publication)

On behalf of the Federal Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry, Environment and Water Management (BMLFUW), the Institute for Transport Planning and Traffic Engineering has compiled and analysed the regulations and guidelines on the number and organisation of parking spaces in motorised private transport for Austria with a view to improving environmental conditions. These bases for transport policy decisions in the area of stationary traffic must now be put into practice. In order to accelerate and facilitate implementation, a discussion process is to take place with the local authorities concerned in order to derive recommendations for action in practice and make them accessible through a suitable publication.

Duration: 08/2007 - 05/2010

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2006

ÖKOMBI

Estimation of the market potentials for ÖKOMBI in the east and southeast traffic

Estimation of the market potential for the ECOBI using available data for the EU and 18 Eastern European countries including processing and graphical presentation.

Duration: 09/2006 - 03/2007

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Cycle Highway

Potential study "Spittelau Cycle Highway"

A potential assessment for the planning of the future offer construction "Radhighway Spittelau" was carried out.

Duration: 08/2006 - 11/2006

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Accident database Burgenland 2005-2010

Coding and entry of road traffic accidents with material damage from the years 2005-2010 on federal and provincial roads in Burgenland into the EDP accident database

For accident research and the rehabilitation of accident blackspots, knowledge of accident data of property damage accidents in electronically readable and evaluable form is specifically necessary. With this in mind, the Province of Burgenland and the Federal Ministry of Transport, Innovation and Technology have commissioned the Institute for Transport Planning and Traffic Engineering to code and enter road traffic accidents involving damage to property. Accidents from 2005 to 2010 on federal and provincial roads in Burgenland are to be recorded and transferred to the computer database.

Duration: 07/2006 - 03/2012

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2005

Children's exposure to pollutants

Survey of air pollutant and noise pollution in children's living areas

Duration: 10/2005 - 12/2006

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Mistelbach city rapid transit stop

Traffic concept Mistelbach 2005 - Subarea rapid transit stop S2 - Mistelbach city

The aim of the work was the examination of the traffic impacts of the new S-Bahn stop Mistelbach Stadt, in particular the determination of the expected pedestrian flows, furthermore the determination of the necessity of the stop on the basis of quantitative documents about accessibility potentials of this stop and the integration of the stop locally and into the overall system with corresponding planning drafts.

Duration: 10/2005 - 11/2005

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Parking spaces in MIV

Compilation and analysis of regulations and guidelines on the number and organisation of parking spaces in MIV for Austria with a view to improving environmental conditions

In recent years, scientific research has prepared basic principles for traffic policy decisions in the area of stationary traffic, which are available in the form of leaflets and guidelines from professional organisations and are to be implemented in practice. In order to accelerate and enable this implementation, a careful analysis of Austria's existing building regulations and garage regulations is to be carried out from this aspect in order to derive recommendations for action in practice. The work programme is divided into the following points: 1. collection and evaluation of all legal regulations for the number and arrangement of parking spaces and garages 2. presentation of the available leaflets and guidelines of the Research Association for Traffic and Road Engineering and the Austrian Society for Traffic Science 3. elaboration of implementation recommendations to fulfil the overriding goals of environmental policy, taking into account new findings 4. practical implementation recommendations tailored to the respective federal provinces, taking into account the framework laws 5. a workshop with experts from the provinces, BMLFUW, WKÖ, etc.

Duration: 08/2005 - 03/2007

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2004

Decision-making basis Koralm Railway

Statement on the decision-making basis for the Koralm Railway and the effects of the routing in the municipal area of St. Kanzian

On behalf of the municipality of St. Kanzian, the technical justifications and decision-making bases for the Koralm Railway are being examined and, in a further step, statements in the EIS on the environmental-hygienic impacts of the route in the municipality of St. Kanzian am Klopeiner See are being reviewed. The analysis of the technical basis for decision-making is divided into an analysis of the regional scientific studies and an analysis of the basic traffic studies. With regard to the regional scientific studies, arguments such as the regional scientific significance, accessibility advantages as well as the multitude of basic assumptions and their relevance to the interpretation of the results are analysed. In the field of basic transport studies, the specifications (of the clients) such as mandatory transport criteria, methodological problems as well as problems of operational profitability are dealt with.

Duration: 08/2004 - 03/2005

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Accident database Burgenland

Coding and entry of road traffic accidents with material damage in 2002, 2003 and 2004 on federal and provincial roads in Burgenland into the computerised accident data base

For accident research and the rehabilitation of accident blackspots, knowledge of accident data of property damage accidents in electronically readable and evaluable form is specifically necessary. With this in mind, the Province of Burgenland and the Ministry of Transport have commissioned the Institute for Transport Planning and Traffic Engineering to code and enter road traffic accidents involving damage to property. The accidents of the years 2002, 2003 and 2004 on federal and provincial roads in Burgenland are to be recorded and transferred to the computer database.

Duration: 06/2004 - 10/2005

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