This will include defining if your project is on cycling, walking or both, which time and geophraphic scale should be applied, if you wish to assess one specific situation or compare two cases and which impacts you wish to assess.
Active travel modes
Comparison and time scale
In a "two case" assessment you have to provide data on both cases, the so called "reference case" and the "comparison case." Typical examples are "before and after" an intervention, or comparisons of alternative "scenarios A and B".
Introduction to data inputs
To enter your data on travel modes you will have to specify the unit, the actual amount, and the type of population it applies to.
The amount must be per person and day.
The population data (age range and number of subjects) typically refers to the general population - but you can specify whether your data refers to cyclists or pedestrians only (e.g. from automated counters).
If you specified earlier to compare two cases you will have to provide two sets of inputs for each selected mode (one for each comparison case).
Volume data active modes
Volume data motorized modes
The population figure must correspond to the population type selected before, i.e. the general population or cyclists or pedestrians only. The population figure should reflect the "total population" and not just the size of a study sample that may have been surveyed to derive volume estimates. In national and city level assessments this is the respective number of inhabitants, or the total number of cyclists or pedestrians. These figures need to be adjusted to the age range assessed (e.g. exlude children).
Introduction to data adjustment
Introduction to parameter review
Introduction to results
As soon as the table appears below, you can choose for which pathways and modes you would like to see detailed results. Upon checking the fields in the table, the results will appear below.