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Spatial Differentiation of the Public Transport Modal Split for Integration into the Location Analysis for Charging Infrastructure

Version 1 : Received: 16 May 2018 / Approved: 22 May 2018 / Online: 22 May 2018 (10:49:04 CEST)

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Brost, W.; Funke, T.; Lembach, M. Spatial Analysis of the Public Transport Accessibility for Modelling the Modal Split in the Context of Site Identification for Charging Infrastructure. Infrastructures 2018, 3, 21. Brost, W.; Funke, T.; Lembach, M. Spatial Analysis of the Public Transport Accessibility for Modelling the Modal Split in the Context of Site Identification for Charging Infrastructure. Infrastructures 2018, 3, 21.

Journal reference: Infrastructures 2018, 3, 21
DOI: 10.3390/infrastructures3030021

Abstract

The spread of charging infrastructure (CIS) for battery electric vehicles is crucial for coping with the increasing number of electric vehicles. Therefore, the selection of ideal (fast-) charging locations determines acceptance, utilization and, thus, the economic viability of a single site or the whole charging network. The methodology of the Integrated Model Approach STELLA[1] for site identification of CIS uses proven methods of traffic modeling such as the classic four-step traffic modeling in a new context to enable statements regarding the positioning of CIS. Based on different spatial analyzes and characterizations of urban quarters, traffic generated by individuals is calculated using the FGSV approach of 2010. Because only (electric) motorized individual traffic is of importance for CIS, the share of trips is calculated by differentiating the modal split between various transport groups. One approach is to concretize the modal split share of public transport based on analyzes of different criteria and data sets, e.g. the accessibility of stops. The model approach STELLA, which also combines various extensive data (e.g. transport networks and traffic volumes, settlement structures, vehicle characteristics, power supply data and user requirements), is currently developed for a planning area covering the entire territory of the Federal Republic of Germany. [1] STELLA is the acronym for the German term "STandortfindungsmodell für ELektrische LAdeinfrastruktur”.

Subject Areas

site identification; electric charging infrastructure; electromobility; spatial analysis; modal split; public transport

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