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Resilience tool

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Output

  • Indicators for accessibility, connectivity, and network resilience.

  • Classified network nodes based on connectivity indicators.

  • Identified topological type of the the network.

  • Network resilience according to different disruptions.

Input

  • Disaggregated origin-destination data (e.g. by gender, trip purpose, travel duration, distance).

  • Socio-economic data.

  • Spatial data for the SmartHubs location and transport infrastructure

  • Through an agent-based and spatial interaction modeling.

  • Through microsimulation, if the O-D, spatial, and socioeconomic data is not available.

  • Using an online software (Spinmodel) to calibrate the model and to compute the indicators.

  • For more details about the process, click here.

How?

When?

  • When the location of the mobility hub has been defined.

  • Or to assess potential locations.

Why?

  • To compare potential locations and their impact through accessibility analysis.

  • To measure the resilience of a network.

  • To simulate the impact of the mobility hub in the network resilience.

  • To evaluate accessibility impacts of mobility hubs on vulnerable-to-exclusion population.