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Smart Urban Mobility - 5 years of AMS

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Short presentation about the role of AMS in solving Amsterdam mobility issues and setting the mobility agenda. Linking science and practise using Amsterdam as a Living Lab.

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Smart Urban Mobility - 5 years of AMS

  1. 1. Making urban mobility great again! Five years of cooperation Serge Hoogendoorn AMS Theme Smart Urban Mobility
  2. 2. Role of AMS Institute in facing mobility challenges Linking challenges to solutions Provide relevant insights into behaviour of the transport system and its users and provide tools to support design and assessment of novel mobility services Jointly develop innovative solutions to support Amsterdam in achieving its mobility objectives and test these in joint pilots Help identify key future issues and help set the urban mobility agenda Contribute to creating a sustainable mobility system in the context of the new ecosystem
  3. 3. Insights into impact of Microtransit The high expectations of MaaS Activity-based simulation of micro-transit (ride-sourcing) services Study potential for ride-sourcing to replace trips by private cars in Amsterdam Ride-source vehicle can replace nine privately owned vehicles achieving comparable level-of-service But ride-sourcing may also compete with regular PT, causing more vehicle movements in the city potentially leading to congestion Key question: who are the users?
  4. 4. Mobility as a Service - a panacea? The high expectations of MaaS Does MaaS enable “from ownership to utilisation”? Research SCRIPTS reveals that (first) MaaS users are specific group (young, highly educated) with positive attitude towards sharing and using technology MaaS may move people from regular PT to novel Uber-like services which potentially increases city congestion Focus on the careful design hybrid systems
  5. 5. Engineering the future city. Crowd Monitoring System Amsterdam Co-creating solutions Unique pilot SAIL 2015, applications Europride, Kingsday, etc. Monitoring crowd flows using multitude of embedded and remote sensors Active use of social data from visitor background, activity, topic analysis, sentiments Including short-term predictions, forecasts and other modes & services (CMAS, UMO)
  6. 6. Help setting the mobility agenda Challenging the issues Smart mobility for everyone: the rich and the poor, the laggerds and the tech-savvy Keeping new mobility healthy! Unexpected impacts of automated driving: changing VoT, its impacts on urban sprawl and the need for sharing The importance of mobility resilience given climate change impacts