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  • FP7-SMARTCITIES-2013

    STREETLIFE Steering towards Green and Perceptive Mobility of the Future

    WP8 – Impact Assessment & Simulations

    D8.1.2 – Evaluation Plan (Final)

    Due date: 30.09.2015 Delivery Date: 02.10.2015

    Author(s): Philipp Gilka (DLR), René Kelpin (DLR), Davide Frigeri (CAIRE), Alberto Merigo (CAIRE), Mika Vurio (CGI)

    Partner(s): CAIRE, CGI, DLR

    Editor: Philipp Gilka (DLR) Lead Beneficiary of Deliverable: DLR

    Dissemination level: Public Nature of the Deliverable: Report

    Internal Reviewers: Astrid Kellermann (SIEMENS), Marco Pistore (FBK)

    Ref. Ares(2015)4071248 - 02/10/2015

  • FP7 - 608991 - STREETLIFE D8.1.2 – Evaluation Plan (Final)

    WP8 – Evaluation Plan (final)  STREETLIFE Consortium Page 2 of 96

    EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

    According to the planned two iterations in STREETLIFE the current ‘Evaluation Plan’ summarizes the evaluation approach for the 2nd iteration of the STREETLIFE project. Based on the valuable results within the 1st iteration the ‘Evaluation Plan’ was revised in order to address the lessons learned. As from the beginning the pilot objectives were beyond the state of the art, two iterations were planned focusing on a stepwise approach in order to realize the set objectives. Therefore the level of technical implementation will differ in both iterations. In addition it was identified as useful to interface directly WP6 field trial planning in order to harmonize even better the activities in this regard. Thus, the 2nd iteration experiments and use cases are described in detail in the present ‘Evaluation Plan’. Thus, a close link between WP6 (pilot execution) and WP8 (impact assessment) is established – bringing together pilot planning, evaluation planning as well as the final evaluation execution and analysis.

    In summary, a self-containing document was formed as a useful tool which allows understanding and recalling the 1st iteration’s objectives and corresponding methods. Further the ‘Evaluation Plan’ includes the execution but also results and conclusions. Thus, this report partly repeats and concludes main statements of the initial ‘Evaluation Plan’ (D8.1.1) and relevant results and achieved impacts of the corresponding data analyses (D8.1.2 – Achieved Impacts).

    Disclaimer: This project has received funding from the European Union’s Seventh Framework Programme for research; technological development and demonstration under grant agreement no 608991. The information and views set out in this publication are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the official opinion of the European Communities. Neither the European Union institutions and bodies nor any person acting on their behalf may be held responsible for the use which may be made of the information contained therein. © Copyright in this document remains vested with the STREETLIFE Partners

  • FP7 - 608991 - STREETLIFE D8.1.2 – Evaluation Plan (Final)

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    D8.1.2 – Evaluation Plan

    Table of Contents

    ABBREVIATIONS ............................................................................................................................................... 5

    PARTNER ............................................................................................................................................................. 6

    LIST OF FIGURES .............................................................................................................................................. 6

    LIST OF TABLES ................................................................................................................................................ 7 1. INTRODUCTION ....................................................................................................................................... 8

    1.1. INTENDED AUDIENCE ....................................................................................................................... 8

    1.2. OBJECTIVES OF THE IMPACT ASSESSMENT ............................................................................. 8

    1.3. DOCUMENT STRUCTURE ................................................................................................................. 9

    2. LESSONS LEARNED FORM FIRST ITERATION AND APPLIED FOR SECOND ...................... 10 2.1. MAIN EVALUATION RESULTS FROM FIRST ITERATION ..................................................... 11

    2.2. BERLIN PILOT CONSIDERATIONS .............................................................................................. 13

    2.3. ROVERETO PILOT CONSIDERATIONS ....................................................................................... 14

    2.4. TAMPERE PILOT CONSIDERATION ............................................................................................ 15

    3. METHODOLOGY .................................................................................................................................... 16

    3.1. IMPACT CATEGORIES..................................................................................................................... 17 3.2. APPROACH FOR ASSESSING THE IMPACTS ON USER BEHAVIOUR ................................. 17

    3.2.1. COMMON APPROACHES FOR ALL PILOTS .................................................................................. 17

    3.2.2. PILOT SPECIFIC APPROACHES .................................................................................................... 19

    3.3. APPROACH FOR ASSESSING THE IMPACTS ON TRANSPORT SYSTEM ........................... 20

    3.3.1. COMMON APPROACHES FOR ALL PILOTS .................................................................................. 20

    3.3.2. PILOT SPECIFIC APPROACHES ...................................................................................................... 20 3.4. APPROACH FOR ASSESSING THE IMPACTS ON ENVIRONMENT ...................................... 21

    3.4.1. COMMON APPROACHES FOR ALL PILOTS .................................................................................. 21

    3.4.2. PILOT SPECIFIC APPROACHES .................................................................................................... 22

    4. PILOT SCENARIO DEFINITION .......................................................................................................... 23

    4.1. BERLIN ................................................................................................................................................. 23 4.1.1. EVOLUTION FROM 1ST TO 2ND ITERATION ............................................................................... 23

    4.1.2. SECOND ITERATION’S SCENARIOS, USE CASES AND EXPERIMENTS ............................. 25

    4.1.3. SCENARIOS AND USE CASES ......................................................................................................... 26

    4.1.4. EXPERIMENTS ................................................................................................................................... 41

    4.1.5. SKIPPED SCENARIOS AND USE CASES ....................................................................................... 47

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    4.1.6. OBJECTIVES ....................................................................................................................................... 48

    4.1.7. RESEARCH QUESTIONS .................................................................................................................. 48 4.1.8. EVALUATION MATRICES – FROM HYPOTHESES TO INDICATORS .................................. 49

    4.2. ROVERETO ......................................................................................................................................... 53

    4.2.1. EVOLUTION FROM 1ST TO 2ND ITERATION ............................................................................... 53

    4.2.2. 2ND ITERATION’S SCENARIOS, USE CASES AND EXPERIMENTS ........................................ 53

    4.2.3. SCENARIOS AND USE CASES ......................................................................................................... 54

    4.2.4. EXPERIMENTS ................................................................................................................................... 65 4.2.5. SKIPPED SCENARIOS AND USE CASES ....................................................................................... 68

    4.2.6. OBJECTIVES ....................................................................................................................................... 69

    4.2.7. RESEARCH QUESTIONS .................................................................................................................. 69

    4.2.8. EVALUATION MATRICES – FROM HYPOTHESES TO INDICATORS .................................. 71

    4.3. TAMPERE ............................................................................................................................................ 79 4.3.1. EVOLUTION FROM 1ST TO 2ND ITERATION ............................................................................... 79

    4.3.2. EXPERIMENTS – SECOND ITERATION’S SCENARIOS AND USE CASES ........................... 79

    4.3.3. OBJE

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