APS 走! 多式联运分数

虽然目标 APS 搜寻! is to develop and implement division-wide TDM strategies, it is important to acknowledge that not all sites/schools have the same opportunity for multimodal transportation.为了制定和实施跨部门的TDM策略,必须认识到并非所有站点/学校都拥有相同的多式联运机会。 This analysis examined “Permanent” physical conditions, “Variable” local conditions, and “Cultural” elements that influence each school's potential for walking, biking, transit, car/vanpooling and other green modes.该分析检查了“永久”的身体状况,“可变的”当地状况和“文化”因素,这些因素影响每所学校的步行,骑自行车,过境,汽车/乘车和其他绿色方式的潜力。 The Multimodal Access Opportunity Scores were designed to get a sense of each site's opportunity for multimodal transportation.多式联运机会评分旨在了解每个站点的多式联运机会。 A simple set of criteria was used to develop two Opportunity Scores for each site: a Walk/Bike Score and a Transit/Bike Share Score.使用一组简单的标准为每个站点制定两个机会得分:步行/自行车得分和公交/自行车份额得分。 Input for the scores came from分数输入来自 APS 数据和每个站点的现场扫描,由Toole Design Group在2013年秋季进行。

多式联运机会得分