Abstract for: Integral policy making for sustainable mobility
Traffic flow, density and speed are main interrelated factors at the core of a lot of macroscopic traffic models. They together characterise the behaviour of a traffic network. Nowadays, stakeholders are not only interested in traffic jams, but also in the environmental impact, the relationship with local economy, human wellbeing etc. In this project we develop an integral policy making tool based on the latest research on macroscopic fundamental diagrams for traffic networks, in relation to other stakeholder key performance indicators like CO2 and NOx emissions, loss of productivity, impact on wellbeing etc. The model enable governmental and business-decision makers to run scenarios for different policy-packages.