Study on key performance indicators for intelligent transport systems: final report in support of the implementation of the EU Legislative Framework on ITS (Directive 2010/40/EU)

This study was commissioned by DG MOVE to establish a set of common Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) for road transport Intelligent Transport Systems (ITS), with supporting guidance on their application, presentation and reporting. Interim objectives of the study included undertaking a state of the art review of KPIs relating to ITS, with a particular focus on the type, method of calculation, terminology used and approaches and how these vary between Member States. The study process commenced with a state of the art review of current degree of application of KPIs within the EU, as well as reviewing examples of good practices through a review of publically available data sets. The findings from this process were augmented through a stakeholder questionnaire, which identified additional KPIs currently in use within the EU, as well as adding valuable insight into the data sources used, terminologies and the key barriers currently limiting the benchmarking of ITS within the EU. These stages of the project facilitated the identification of an emerging long list of KPIs covering the range of ITS in use within the EU. This list was consulted on as part of a stakeholder workshop and a ‘homework pack’ for those unable to attend the workshop in person. This provided valuable feedback from European ITS experts on the emerging long list of indicators, which informed the development of a recommended shortlist.


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  • Accession Number: 01566416
  • Record Type: Publication
  • Source Agency: ARRB
  • Files: ATRI
  • Created Date: Jun 15 2015 1:08PM