class: center, middle, inverse, title-slide .title[ # Open source and participatory transportation planning ] .subtitle[ ## DERI Seminar, London, Zoom ] .author[ ### Robin Lovelace, University of Leeds
Dustin Carlino, Alan Turing Institute
] .date[ ### 2023-01-26 ] --- ## Outline plan #### 1 Introduction to open tools for transport planning - https://www.pct.bike/ - https://www.cyipt.bike/rapid/ - https://github.com/ITSLeeds/ -- #### 2 Case study: A/B Street (Dustin) -- --- ## 1 Introduction to me and my research !(https://user-images.githubusercontent.com/1825120/142075245-3dee4b6e-e4d6-424d-b4aa-a72458e88fd6.png) Further info: https://www.robinlovelace.net/ ??? We have 5 research groups Working with TASM Links with WYCA Academic input Sarah Sharples --- # Data can make a difference !(https://github.com/npct/pct-team/blob/master/figures/front-page-leeds-pct-demo.png?raw=true) ??? Where I am now: PCT used by many in government --- .left-column[ ### Too much data? A nice problem to have? Data historically a limiting factor New approaches needed to tackle 'big noise' Boyce, D.E., Williams, H.C.W.L., 2015. Forecasting Urban Travel: Past, Present and Future. ] -- .right-column[ <!-- !(https://user-images.githubusercontent.com/1825120/167034112-b00e091a-9e2a-4ff3-9e4f-4e71e7fe18f6.png) --> !(https://user-images.githubusercontent.com/1825120/161992916-2d1dfea6-e783-4b2d-b6b8-61522f38ad8e.png) Lovelace, Robin, Mark Birkin, Philip Cross, and Martin Clarke. 2016. ‘From Big Noise to Big Data' https://doi.org/10.1111/gean.12081. ] ??? - For most of the history of transport planning data scarcity has been a major concern - Now we have an abundance of datasets, many of them incompatible - Concrete example: OD to WPZ data in central London (could ask if anyone knows, it's a mess hehe) --- #### Problems worthy of your time -- .left-column[ # Ideas Hackathons Active travel Road safety policy Post COVID recovery Levelling up metrics Nature recovery networks Citizen science and data literacy ] .right-column[ !(https://saferactive.github.io/trafficalmr/articles/covid.png) !(https://a-b-street.github.io/docs/project/history/retrospective/edit_roads.gif) ] --- # Existing tools: The Propensity to Cycle Tool - Early prototype of the tool developed at Open Data Institute Leeds hackathon, 2015 - National deployment of the Propensity to Cycle Tool 2 years later ([PCT.bike](http://www.pct.bike/)) (Lovelace et al. 2017) !(https://raw.githubusercontent.com/npct/pct-team/master/figures/early.png)<!-- --> --- ## Key aspects of the PCT - Based on open source code - Based on open data - Results published as open data - Publicly available web application encourages participation and evidence-based debate Open data and accessible results lead to participation. See https://twitter.com/search?q=cyipt.bike%2Frapid !(https://user-images.githubusercontent.com/1825120/124230675-3d062900-db07-11eb-831e-f7f42e19aefc.png) --- ## How it works !(https://user-images.githubusercontent.com/1825120/123762809-0e940e00-d8bb-11eb-8dab-0e881299bbef.png) --- ## Making evidence meaningful and actionable Source: https://www.pct.bike/ !(https://user-images.githubusercontent.com/1825120/123867504-5a2fd180-d926-11eb-9b7a-1988d4b6c830.png) --- .left-column[ ### The future of transport tools Modular Future proof Scalable Vector/ !(https://user-images.githubusercontent.com/1825120/141863981-31a11068-a5f3-4e19-9471-b03dbb36f9a8.png) Raster/ !(https://geocompr.robinlovelace.net/02-spatial-data_files/figure-html/raster-intro-plot-1.png) Source: Morgan and Lovelace ((https://doi.org/10.1177/2399808320942779 )) Implementation: [stplanr](https://docs.ropensci.org/stplanr/index.html) ] -- .right-column[ !(https://user-images.githubusercontent.com/1825120/142071229-81358e26-5e8d-437e-9ef8-91704a4e690f.png)<!-- --> Approach: OD -> Desire Line -> Route -> Route Networks ] ??? So what's the overall approach here? --- class: center, middle # Thanks! -- ## References -- Lovelace, R., Goodman, A., Aldred, R., Berkoff, N., Abbas, A., Woodcock, J., 2017. The Propensity to Cycle Tool: An open source online system for sustainable transport planning. Journal of Transport and Land Use 10. https://doi.org/10.5198/jtlu.2016.862 -- Morgan, M., Lovelace, R., 2020. Travel flow aggregation: nationally scalable methods for interactive and online visualisation of transport behaviour at the road network level. Environment & Planning B: Planning & Design. https://doi.org/10.1177/2399808320942779 -- Lovelace, R., Tennekes, M., Carlino, D., 2021. ClockBoard: a zoning system for urban analysis. https://doi.org/10.31219/osf.io/vncgw -- Lovelace, Robin, Rosa Félix, and Dustin Carlino. “Jittering: A Computationally Efficient Method for Generating Realistic Route Networks from Origin-Destination Data.” OSF Preprints, January 13, 2022. https://doi.org/10.31219/osf.io/qux6g.