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Table 1 KPIs suggested for CASE mobility applications

From: Assessing the impact of case mobility: issues and recommendations from Greece

A/A Groupings
(Impact on:)
Name of indicator Description
1 Public transport operations (by mode of PT, e.g., buses, trams, metro) Total no. of PT passengers (by mode) Total number per select time period, before and after CASE application
2 PT occupancies Average no. of passengers per PT vehicle before and after
3 PT reliability % of schedule reliability (in a select no. stops
4 Average PT speed Average speed over select no. of routes
5 Air pollution—environment CO2 emissions from car traffic Measurements of CO2 concentrations at select no. of points by the road, before and after the CASE applications
6 NOx emissions (per capita) Measurements of NOx concentrations at select no. of points by the road, before and after the CASE applications
7 Total hydrocarbon energy consumption of private vehicles per day The total consumption in terms of tons of hydrocarbon fuel estimated by the total number of vehicles using such fuel in the network for a typical 24-h period multiplied by the average fuel consumption
8 PM10 and PM2.5 emissions (per capita) Measurements of PM10 and PM2.5 concentrations at select no. of points by the road, before and after the CASE applications
9 Accessibility—mobility Average time to reach a PT stop Average times to reach (by walking or other means) a select number of PT stops before and after
10 Average travel times over a select no. of routes % change in average travel times over a select no. of routes before and after
11 Average waiting times at bus stops Average waiting times at a select number of bus stops before and after the CASE applications
12 % usage of non-motorized transport modes % of daily trips using bicycles or walking before and after the CASE applications
13 Occupancy rates of private vehicles Occupancy rates of private vehicles before and after the CASE applications
14 Road safety No of road accidents No of total road accidents before and after the CASE applications
15 No. of fatalities in road accidents No. of fatalities in road accidents before and after the CASE applications
16 No. of accidents involving vulnerable road users No. of accidents involving vulnerable road users before and after the CASE applications
17 Safety of the Intended Functionality (SOTIF) (https://semiengineering.com/expanding-automotive-safety-with-sotif/—accessed December 2020). For safety assessments in the case of autonomous transport applications in order to assess the risk resulting from functional failures or inefficiencies of the intended functionality