Atlantic area-mobility infographics

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The Atlantic Area Mobility study is a survey conducted by 6t for EIGSI -La Rochelle Engineering School on 2000 inhabitants in AA. The aim of this study is to construct travel socio-types in order to understand the transport behaviours of the inhabitants of the Atlantic Area regions, excluding the large towns. How do these inhabitants currently travel? What is the quality of service of public transport in those areas ?

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Atlantic area-mobility infographics

  1. 1. ATLANTIC AREA MOBILITY OUTSIDE is; or me c|1'| Es cs l€e: e:'cr‘ 3e; cr*~ie'i‘ A 2015 survey of availability, attitudes and behaviours towards public transport in the Atlantic Area Regions, excluding cities > 200 000 inhabitants. What modes of transportation do households in each country* have access to? 000000000000 I I ‘s I % . m 0 5s? 0 ‘In the following sudy, "Ireland" includes Northem Ireland and the Republic of Ireland CCOCOO0O0000.0000CCCOOOOOOOOOOCCCCCCOOIOOOOOO What are the most commonly used modes of transportation? Top uirss rmsi cmfirnltiymed rmises oldatlytrarsportaton by country Fsmsn ofpeopie using each rmde daily is smmi 7°°/ ° 65% 64°/ . 52°/ . 48% 95° 35% yfifi 35% j a EE 0 0 llh| |d+IlIIl'ol r I e r- ° France on em IEIIIEILM epu Ii: "mil? Spain United ltingdum o 0 _ 0 Are users multi-modal? ~u-~e«~«-um» ~~«-~~m~ - I transportation | .EBd each day ixansporiamoii issu each week . VIE counted the riiiivt-er oldlflerem "Does ol‘trarisportaton Wopie usedeachdavarideactiweek "‘ ‘ 0 — - — — - — 0 e ‘ < ‘ , ’ , ’ 0 II II . I I 1 0 I I I I I I i' i' x 6% I I E 9 I / x , ’ , ’ ii ‘ ‘J ‘____>____» Miii I ' ‘- I ii i I . . I i V l How do people get to work or school? 0 d dl xeil 1 (ii It had ’ 1 IRELAND 24KM U. K. 23KM Q Of people travel to r ' work or school Q / —/e FRANCE 22KM o SPAIN 14KM Q I I till iiiiii, wiiii iruuii Hiii l iiii, ‘. ‘.llli in” i I siiiiii l l is i What do people think about public transpoit vs. cars? We ssisa people for thrsewprds to describe oars aria pubilc transport Thetl responses were qualified as posIItve, rIeulr':1 or negative Comfortab| e.. .14% Practica| ...12% Practical. ..14% Expensive. ..10% D 3 u Expensive. ..11% | nexpensive. ..8% 0 QBRBQQBBRRBBRQQBR itiiticiciiiigiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiicicicicicaci . g 3 GEES QQQQQEQEQEE Rfizzfigiggggggggggg . QQQQQ QQQQQQQQQQQQ : fififififififififififififififififi gBBB BBBgggaD"aD tittibtibtittitibtiititfitib I gag gag F-’n§lllvG Neutral Negative -Dy‘ V‘ I: A 44% U$e. atcssIbIIityardfrequaIcyotpubiIc transporibytypecmurs regionipredorrlnarittyurhan, iIiterrrediate, predorI1nant1yrural), as defined bylhe DECD using Eurnstadata 23% Is the quality of public transport equal for all territories? Urban aflhnflhmflhnflhnflh CLOSE Less than 5 minutes , iI, ?.E on foot to public transport Q20 A return trip more . than once an hour ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' People using public transport I every day . Z . People without - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - access to public transport Euwpu" "W" The results presented here are based on a survey of 2016 residents of the Atlantic Area, conducted by Gt for EGSI via online survey in March 2015. This survey was partly lunded by Atlantic Area transnational progranme 2007-2013. ATLTANTIC AREA , ,M, Dp, ,,e, “ flf, ‘ The full report is available online at reputeproiecteu. Intermediate as as as as msmsmsas iiiii. ii. iiiiiiiiil i’Yll)LVJIHliIt' INVESTING IN oun COMMON FUTURE R E P E ? o’»ew: y_~1r moi l’I Wu: la'up~'wl (Mays:

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