1 aten Bruck/Mur Badgastein Eisenstadt/Ost Braunau/Inn Auen Rechnitz Winterbach Podersdorf B 1a Graz B Melk A Guntramsdorf k/west Langenzersdorf Floridsdorf St. Georgen Altenmarkt B Freiland irchen Kollerschlag St. Johann B 110 Wien B 218West Mittersill Pichl B 1b S 31 Uttendo Weng B 17 B B B 4 A Breitenfurt Kirchberg/Pielach Kremsmünster B Altheim Deutschfeistritz Lobau/Ölhafen A 8 Graz/Liebenau A Pack Altmannsdorf Floridsdorfer B A 2 Maierhöfen Wien/Auhof Reutte Ernstbrunn B Weppersdorf B B 3b A 22 Moschendorf S 18 B 210 S 7 Gl Kn Waidhofen Innsbruck Millstätter See S 31 Seethal B 40 Götzis Mariazell B 136 B 50a Contacts: Admont Federal Ministry of Transport, Innovation and Technology Dept. of Traffic Management, Logistics and Telematics Werner Kovacic Radetzkystrasse Vienna phone: via donau Entwicklungsgesellschaft mbh für Telematik und Donauschifffahrt Reinhard Pfliegl Donau-City-Strasse Vienna phone: B
2 Salzburg-Nord B Feistritz Judenburg Bruck 8.10 Hallein Leibnitz Sölden B 72 Arlbergpaß Donawitz /West Gurk B 87 Spittal/Drau St. Pölten B 317 S 35 Rohr/Gebirge Abtenau/Lindenthal A 23 Liezen Mattersburg B 23 B Salzburg Stegersbach B Bruck/Mur Hartberg B 18 B 133 rf B 163 Millstätter See Oberwart B Wien-Nord Lobau/Ölhafen Salzburg Nordbrücke Villach St. Christophen S 7 Feldkirchen Tamsweg Bregenz Amstetten Leoben Klagenfurt A 1 Zell B 43 Wolfsberg Wien-West Kufstein Passau Landeck Gattendorf A 2 B 10 Mattersburg Graz-West B St. Johann Bischofshofen oggnitz B 3d 5.26 oten Prater Zams S Reutte A 25 B 7 Kufstein Oberwart B 225 B 70b Merzenstein Telematics Master Plan Austria Feldkirch Gürtelbrücke Innsbruck Matzleinsdorf A Gaaden Pulkau Wien-Süd B 311 Summary B 62 Wels Leopoldsdorf Wien-Süd -Urfahr Knoten Haid B Bern Telematics Applications for Traffic and Transport B Bludenz Schwechat Eisenstadt Raxstraße B 177 Oberndorf B 38 Semmeringtunnel Seeberg B 3a St.Veit/Glan B 2
3 Content Preface...3 A new approach...4 Integrated transport policy and telematics...5 Benefits of telematics applications...6 Strategy for the application of telematics... 7 Establishment of a knowledge base...8 The outcome...9 Package of measures 1A...10 Package of measures 1B...13 Package of measures 1C Package of measures Package of measures The implementation...17 Summary Overview of the measures...19 Imprint Published by Federal Ministry of Transport, Innovation and Technology, Department of Traffic Management, Logistics and Telematics A 26 Project coordinator: Werner Kovacic 06, Monschau Members of the advisory board: Walter Hecke, Asfinag Iris Klein, Austrian Research Centers Christoph A 3 Baubin, Austro Control GmbH Friedrich Rödler, bmvit Anschluß Donaupark Christian Weissenburger, bmvit, Sektion I Viktoria Reiss-Enz, MAS, bmvit, Sektion II EUR ,00 E75 Gerold Estermann, bmvit, Sektion II Manfred Hessle, bmvit, Sektion II Werner Kovacic, bmvit, Sektion II Gerhard Sailer, bmvit, Sektion II Arnold Schiefer, bmvit, Sektion II Leopold Wertgarner, bmvit, Sektion II Evelinde Grassegger, bmvit, Sektion III Hermann Weber, bmvit, Sektion III Heiligenblut/Mautstraße Norbert Rozsenich, bmvit, Sektion V Edmund Hauswirth, ÖBB Rüdiger vorm Walde, E119 ÖBB Helmut Falschlehner, SCHIG mbh E Hohenruppersdorf Salzburg/Süd Graphs & Charts: via donau, Asfinag, Julia Grandegger B 51 Editorial: via donau Entwicklungsgesellschaft mbh für Telematik und Donauschifffahrt Cannes Söll/Bocking Hamburg Steinach-Irdning Donawitz E E Barcelona EUR ,00 Salzburg/Nord E EUR , B 165 Chartres E1 ner Neustadt Design: Studio Georg Wagner Lisbon Print: Druckerei Bösmüller GmbH E132 bmvit, October E EUR E ,00 Toulouse B 121 Raxstraße E157 Voralpenkreuz
4 Preface 03 E158 E28 E35 E132 A 10 E119 B 220 A 13 Neusiedl am See Badgastein Simmering A high capacity transport system is an important location factor for Austria s economy and population. The effects of growing traffic loads, which are being felt by every citizen today, and the issue of how to master the growing volumes of traffic forecasted for the next few years pose a challenge for transport policymakers. They will have to find solutions that meet the economic, ecological and social standards of a modern society. Telematics a relatively young discipline that applies the new technologies gives transport policymakers the tools they need to help them develop and implement a sustainable and compatible transport policy. The constant changes in the mobility behaviour patterns of the population and in business processes call for regular adaptations to transport policies and flexible regulations. In the future, it will not be possible to rely exclusively on infrastructure construction projects to cope with the requirements A 2 of our transport system. Modern transport policy is based on constant innovation and the precisely-defined application of modern technologies for traffic control, traffic monitoring and transport management. The National Telematics Master Plan together with its mission statement, the packages of measures and defined priorities constitutes a structured approach to the application of telematics for Austria s Brunn/Maria Enzersdorf transport system. B 123 The strategy of the Federal Ministry of Transport, Innovation and Technology is to assess the transport system as a whole and not each mode of transport individually. The master plan includes construction measures as well as ones for transport telematics that cover all modes E107 of transportation and are designed to achieve a long-term strategic effect. This could also be exemplary for other EU countries such as the new Member States. Thus, Austria plays an active role as a role model for the development of a sustainable and compatible transport system in Central Europe Not all of the proposed measures will meet with unanimous E90 Eisenstadt/Ost next 15 to 20 years is defined in the present Telematics Master Plan. Knoten Mattersburg acceptance and many aspects will have to be analysed and specified Graz/Gürtelturmplatz Edinburgh in detail. However, the path that Austria intends to take to exploit the potentials of applied telematics for Austria s transport system in the The work on the Telematics Master Plan has brought together many players from the fields of traffic and transport, and has created an awareness of the opportunities of telematics applications, thus preparing the ground for its successful implementation. I would like to thank all Bratislava contributors for their cooperation and efforts invested, and hope that the measures proposed will soon yield the desired benefits to society A 5 London Mallnitz/Bahnhof Vice-Chancellor Hubert Gorbach B 228 Federal Minister of Transport, Innovation and Technology Bonn Knoten Eisenstadt B 317 E80 E168 Zeltweg S 35 Naples Dublin EUR ,00 B 1 Cardiff Vienna Florence EUR ,00 Page 3 EUR ,00 Wiener Passau Neustadt Hbf
5 1 Pölten Hbf 1.745END HER C. A new approach In 1950, Austrians travelled 8 km per day on average, but by 2003 the distance covered had climbed to 38 km per day. As things stand today, this trend will continue for the next 15 to 20 years. Generally, traffic perfomance in Europe are expected Fels/Wagram to increase by about two percent per year. Even today, some sections of roads and railway lines are already overloaded by traffic. The consequences of this strain are accidents, traffic jams and an even greater adverse impact on the environment. However, it will not be possible to enlarge the capacities of the modes of transport just by investing in more infrastructure as in the past. We will have to find new approaches. ITS Intelligent Transport Systems provide management, control and information functions based on Flight: SAL UD BÄU B SALB ÄUD END GEB B. telematics. These B 3b systems can contribute significantly to solving problems. Moreover, the safety of the various transport Luxembourg modes can be improved substantially through the appropriate application of telematics, and access can be made simpler Flight: MUN LE HUL H MUNH ULE END SCH C. and more user-friendly. The experience gained in the past few years ( ) in Europe, the US and Asia has shown that it will only be possible to exploit the potentials of the application of telematics to transport systems if governments are willing to B 181 cooperate in establishing the necessary infrastructures. Wien Floridsdorf Flight: VEN ZE RZZ R VENR ZZE END HER C. Wiener Neustadt B The Telematics Master Plan covers this aspect by defining recommendations for the application of telematics within the scope of Austria s transport system. This master plan shows how the capacity of the existing transport infrastructure can be exploited more efficiently by employing macroeconomic, microeconomic and ecologicallycompatible measures. The measures cover all modes of transport: road, rail, air and inland waterway. It is the declared goal of the Telematics Master Plan to improve Austria s transport system by defining a set of measures for the prioritised application of telematics. By providing an adequate overall framework, developments that optimise the use of transport networks and increase the efficiency and safety of Austria s transport system are to be promoted. Thus, a contribution is made to meeting the economic and socio-economic demands imposed on a transport system. Hopfgarten Hainburg Passau Hbf E103 Crucial for the wide acceptance is the involvement of all parties concerned: authorities, Brückloperators of infrastructure facilities, service providers, interest groups, the users of transportation means etc. To this end, it is necessary to foster Altenmarkt the exchange of information and discuss the expected benefits with the users. Flight: COP HA RNH R Flight: BRU HA RNH R BRUR NHA END TUR Saalfelden Flight: Krems FLO a.d. D. UR RDU R FLOR DUR148.47END VER E. Zwettl Bischofshofen B Geneva HAL END LONB ÄUD END AUS E GEB O. Flight: ROM UN TRU Villach T Hbf ROMT RUN END GET. Gänserndorf Oepping E148 S 36 Flight: ROM UN TRU T ROMT RUN END GET Flight: BAR IT RHI R BARR HIT77.501END BER E. Cork Südsteirische Grenz Straße Wiener Neustadt Hbf E160 What is telematics? B 100 Sigmundsherberg vik Helsinki Pregarten Hohenruppersdorf Salzburg/Süd Cannes E64 St. Anton/Arlberg Söll/Bocking Spielfeld-Straß Donawitz Hbf EUR , Lucerne Antwerp Selzthal S 2 E50 Waidhofen/ Mistelbach Sattledt Raxstraße E E137 Salzburg/Nord Preßbaum Steinach-Irdning integrated application EUR ,00 of technologies from A B 12a Flight: TUR ME AMM A TURA MME END USA N. Seville Flight: TOL ET RLE R TOLR LET145.43END Wallern VER D Ebenfurth SIEH ULE81.503END SCH A. Wulkaprodersdorf Chartres Hamburg Steinach-Irdning Oberwart/Süd Flight: SAL UD BÄU B SALB ÄUD END GEB B Aigen-Schlägl B 168 Wels Hbf RDU R FLOR DUR46.893END VER E..801END ENT T MME END USA N. Page 4 B 11 Herzogenburg Flight: GEN AT LDA L GENL DAT79.628END SOL V. Hbf Bludenz Marchegg Flight: EDI NA LBN L EDIL BNA END HAL B. Pisa B 69 The term telematics means the the fields of telecommunications, automation and informatics. In the context of traffic and transport, telematics stands for B 5 the alte Donaubrücke B 59 B 85 combination of these components for coping Wolfsthal Schwaz with specific traffic and transport tasks. The telecommunications aspect means Verona the transmission of data between mobile and/or stationary facilities within the required bandwidth. Automation focuses on the automatic recording of data and parameters as well as on digital data output. The task of informatics is to process and present the information in an adequate form. Leoben Hbf und Klagenfurt Hbf.Bf Wien West Lambach A 4 Ferlach Dublin Knoten St. Pölten Innsbruck Bf Krems an Rotterdam der Donau Vorchdorf-Eggenberg Leopold Flight: ZUR ZE RZZ R Oberdrauburg ZURR E25 Graz Hbf E156 Monte-Carlo Flight: LIS ER SSE S Ennsdorf Wien Franz-Josefs-Bf Webling Flight: ROT AL SHA S Sandl Lunz am See E53 Flight: MAD NA LBN L MADL BNA73.067E Wien No Knoten Eisenst
6 Dublin Mönichkirchen.57 Innsbruck Webling Salzburg Hbf B Graz Hbf 9.278END GEB B. West Bf Krems an der Donau Vorchdorf-Eggenberg A 25 Lambach hau Neusiedl am See Leopoldau Integrated transport policy and telematics B 62 Madrid Flight: MUN LE HUL H MUNH ULE6.812END SCH C. B 119a Waltendorfer Straße Feldkirchen Kärnten of transportation individually when considering the financing St.Pölten Hbf 5.468END SOL E END HAL I. Ferlach Ennsdorf S COPR NHA39.119END TUR N. Flight: ZUR ZE RZZ R Oberdrauburg ZURR ZZE24.504END HER C Austrian transport policy has a tradition of viewing the modes aspects, construction and operation. Eßling This view prevents the systematic exploitation of the existing overall capacity of the Austrian transport system. The A 3 Saalfelden transport routes along the Danube corridor are a good example B for this mechanism: Here, we have excessive traffic loads on Krems a.d. D. roads, while the Danube waterway is underused at a rate of only Lindau Hbf Mariazell B 12b Summerau 10%. To achieve a more balanced use of transportation Oberwölz modes it B 3b no longer suffices to build, for example, high-level transhipment hubs: Today, investment in telematics to support traffic control and monitoring have become indispensable. Integrated transport policy E137 means viewing S the 18 performance Flight: ROM UN and TRU T the ROMT RUN END effects of the GET modes. of transport as a whole. It also means increasing the capacity of the E38 it considers all modes of transportation in its recommendations Knoten St. Michael E31Turin Kopenhagen A Flight: GEN AT LDA L GENL DAT END SOL V overall transport system, while taking the aspect of sustainable B 116 compatibility into consideration. Therefore, a strategy accorded at the policymaking level and adequate instruments are necessary for implementing this policy. The Telematics Master Plan is one of the instruments B 6 required for implementing integrated transport policy. Therefore, It covers a longer timeframe and presents the expected macroeconomic benefits. This is how it can and will reduce B E150 B 2 Flight: STO BA AGB A B STOA GBA END 179 TRA K. Gmunden Seebf B 7 traditional reservations against the necessary investments by authorities, operators and other players Brunn/Maria Enzersdorf Eibiswald B S 7 Flight: BER IT RHI R BERR Eugendorf Feldbacher Straße E108 St.Pölten Hbf B 19 Flight: VIE ME AMM Arnoldstein Flight: COP HA RNH R COPR1 Flight: GLA UR RDU R GLAR DUR32.723END V B 2 B 175 Fligh Klagenfurt Hbf Flight: ROT AL SHA S ROTS HAL44.673END AUS E Simmering Flight: VIE ME AMM A VIEA MME63.712END USA N Hollabrunn E ROTS HAL13.263END AUS E. ngürtel Innsbruck Schwechat A 10 Purkersdorf Bern Obertauern A 3 A 10 Aflenz Flughafen Schwechat Flughafen Wien (VIE) Cross-linking Flight: VEN ZE RZZ R VENR ZZE49.068END HER C. Hohenruppersdorf A 7 of the telematics components Knoten Mattersburg lengbach 36LISS SER9.246END WAS O Tulln Stadt Infrastructure Graz/Gürtelturmplatz E146 Sopron B 216 Mürzzuschlag ND HAL I. rd Oslo A 13 Neusiedl Bf am Baden See Badgastein Munich E90 Sensor Eisenstadt/Ost technology Umfahrung Braunau/Inn Identification Hbf Oberstdorf Tracking/ tracing Gänserndorf A 5 S 36 B 220 Flight: CHA EG TGE T CHAT GEG152.18END ENT T. Interfaces Tarvisio Boscoverde Flight: DUB UN TRU T DUBT RUN END GET I. Mönichkirchen Data communication E141 B 175 Bratislava E132 Salzburg Hbf B 37 Software applications Data bases Urfahr EUR ,00 Rems A 25 Villach Hbf Melk Vehicle B 311 au tadt ZZE24.504END HER C. Kopenhagen EUR , Flight: BER IT RHI R BERR HIT END BER. Eugendorf EUR ,00 Brussels itz E80 Knoten Guntramsdorf Floridsdorfer Brücke Arnoldstein S 35 Flight: VIE ME AMM A VIEA MME END USA N. Naples Knoten Graz/West Wulkaprodersdorf Page 5
7 Flight: BAR IT RHI R BARR HIT77.501END BER E. f HER C. Fels/Wagram Telematics ameliorates various traffic problems, e.g., telematics can encourage the shift from B 193motorised Flight: VEN ZE RZZ R VENR ZZE END HER C. Wiener Neustadt traffic, increases in the rate of utilisation of up to 3% to Flight: SAL UD BÄU B SALB ÄUD END GEB B. B 3b B 181 Benefits of telematics applications Transport telematics is sometimes regarded as the expansion of transport routes by different means. it relieves bottlenecks and combines transportation modes (multimodal transport). Wien Floridsdorf The more frequent and coordinated application of individual transport to public passenger transport of up to 10% at a comparable level of comfort. As regards freight 4% are feasible depending on the type of individual modes of transport. Luxembourg Flight: MUN LE HUL H MUNH ULE END SCH C Hopfgarten Altenmarkt Passau Hbf Telematics in road transport can cut times by between 3% and 6% in spite of longer travel distances by changing route selections. The capacity of motorways can be increased by up to 10% by lane management. Disruption management can reduce times spent in traffic congestions by 3%. Railways can raise capacities by up to 20% through telematics. The freight traffic transport capacity of railways can be Hainburg raised through combined road/rail transport by up to E %, and transport via several modes will also benefit Brückl Flight: BRU HA RNH R BRUR NHA END TUR S. from the wider use of telematics. Flight: COP HA RNH R COP [Source: Kämpf, Keller, 2001] Saalfelden F Neusiedl am Flight: Krems FLO a.d. D. UR RDU R FLOR DUR148.47END VER E. Zwettl Bischofshofen B LONB ÄUD END AUS E GEB O. Flight: ROM UN TRU Villach T Hbf ROMT RUN END GET. Gänserndorf Oepping E148 Flight: ROM UN TRU T ROMT RUN END GET B 100 Sigmundsherberg Südsteirische Grenz Straße Wiener Neustadt Hbf Wels Hbf Antwerp E137 Flight: ROT AL SHA S ROTS H Sandl 0.625FLOR DUR46.893END VER E. S 2 E50 E64 Spielfeld-Straß Pregarten Herzogenburg Flight: GEN AT LDA L GENL DAT79.628END SOL V. Selzthal Steinach-Irdning B 59 B 85 Wolfsthal Schwaz B 5 A Wien Franz-Josefs-Bf E156 Schwechat lengbach Lunz am See Monte-Carlo Flight: LIS ER SSE S LISS Waidhofen/ Flight: EDI NA LBN L EDIL BNA END HAL B. B E53 Flight: MAD NA LBN L MADL BNA73.067END HAL I Sattledt Preßbaum Hbf Mistelbach B 12a Flight: TUR ME AMM A TURA MME END USA N Dublin Flight: TOL ET RLE R TOLR LET145.43END Wallern VER D Ebenfurth SIEH ULE81.503END SCH A. Wulkaprodersdorf Innsbruck Webling Graz Hbf Aigen-Schlägl B 168 Flight: SAL UD BÄU B SALB ÄUD END GEB B. Leoben Hbf und Klagenfurt Hbf.Bf Wien West Bf Krems an der Donau Vorchdorf-Eggenberg Ennsdorf ME END USA N. Lucerne Page 6 B 11 Bludenz Marchegg Lambach Ferlach Leopoldau Flight: ZUR ZE RZZ R Oberdrauburg ZURR ZZE Madrid B 62
8 Strategy for the application of telematics The Telematics Master Plan is based on a strategy that defines the main strands of the application of telematics to Austria s transport system. This strategy is laid down in a mission statement: light: MUN LE HUL H MUNH ULE6.812END SCH C. Knoten St. Michael Eßling See B 12b B 4 Saalfelden Mission 1: Efficiency Telematics in transport and traffic is to be used for the purpose of improving efficiency and optimising Lindau the exploitation Hbf of Austria s transport system with respect to capacity, availability, reliability, etc. The aim of the application of telematics in transport and traffic is to foster the linking of transport networks for the purpose of promoting intermodal mobility Feldbacher Straße S 18 R NHA39.119END TUR N Mission 2: Safety Flight: ROM UN TRU T ROMT RUN END GET The aim of applied telematics is to sustainably improve the safety of all persons involved and affected by transport and traffic. E38 Mission 3: Quality The purpose of telematics in transport and traffic is to harmonise the transport system with ecological, economic and socio-economic goals to the benefit of citizens and the economy Mission 4: Application Gmunden Seebf E150 Eibiswald The realisation of these three principles requires minimum standards B 19 with respect to compatibility, system openness and joint access to telematics applications also in an international context. Flight: ROT AL SHA S ROTS HAL44.673END AUS E. Hollabrunn AL13.263END AUS E. Aflenz Purkersdorf Bern Obertauern Flughafen Wien (VIE) Flight: VEN ZE RZZ R VENR ZZE49.068END HER C. Hohenruppersdorf A 7 A Sopron SER9.246END WAS O. B Tulln Stadt E146 Bf Baden Gänserndorf Oslo Oberstdorf S 36 Flight: CHA EG TGE T CHAT GEG152.18END ENT T. Tarvisio Boscoverde Flight: DUB UN TRU T DUBT RUN END GET I. Mönichkirchen Salzburg Hbf B Urfahr Rems A 25 B 311 Flight: BER IT RHI R BERR HIT END BER. Eugendorf Kopenhagen END HER C. Wulkaprodersdorf Arnoldstein Flight: VIE ME AMM A VIEA MME END USA N. Page 7
9 Establishment of a knowledge base The drafting of recommendations for the application of telematics in Austria s transport system requires a carefully prepared database that incorporates all modes of transport and considers the experience gained in other European countries. In this context, Austria is treading new ground by giving priority to the application of telematics based on a macroeconomic cost-benefit view. This requires a scientifically-founded evaluation of the use of telematics. This kind of evaluation was performed in Europe for the first time. Glasgow The knowledge base consists of the following newly created content: Definition of user requirements in the context of European specifications Recording and evaluation of the current status of the application of telematics in Austria ITS architecture for the application of telematics in Austria (based on the European Framework Architecture) Geneva Technology database Evaluation method for the application of telematics Fels/Wagram Wien Floridsdorf Detailed description of the measures, their benefits and potential effects B 193 The final reports on the individual subprojects are made available by the Ministry of Transport, Innovation and Technology at the website of the transport telematics initiative, ITS Austria: Flight: VEN ZE RZZ R VENR ZZE END HER C. Wiener Neustadt B 171 St. Pölten Hbf Flight: SAL UD BÄU B SALB ÄUD END GEB B. B 3b Luxembourg Flight: MUN LE HUL H MUNH ULE END SCH C Hopfgarten E103 Hainburg Brückl 1 E66 NT GEG END ENT B VENR ZZE END HER C. Altenmarkt S M.. B 147 E58 B tem. Salzburg Flight: Krems FLO a.d. D. UR RDU R FLOR DUR148.47END VER E. Zwettl Bischofshofen B 68 light: ROT AL SHA S Flight: ROTS HAL END LON UD BÄU B LONB ÄUD END AUS E GEB O. Flight: ROM UN TRU Villach T Hbf ROMT RUN END GET. Weikersdorf Oepping Gänsern Flight: ROM UN TRU T ROMT RUN END GE Wien Westbf Flight: BAR IT RHI R BARR HIT77.501END BER E. 31DUR END VER G. Atzgersdorf Südsteirische Grenz Straße Wiener Neustadt Hbf Wels Hbf Antwerp E137 Flight: FLO UR RDU R FLOR DUR46.893END VER E. Steinach-Irdning ch B 227 E64 Spielfeld-Straß S 2 E A 2 Pregarten Selzthal Herzogenburg Flight: GEN AT LDA L GENL DAT79.628END SOL V. B 59 Wolfsthal B 85 Schwaz B END TUR S St.Valentin Waidhofen/ Flight: EDI NA LBN L EDIL BNA END HAL B B 69 S 31 Sattledt Preßbaum Page Hbf Mistelbach B 12a Flight: TUR ME AMM A TURA MME END USA N. Flight: TOL ET RLE R TOLR LET145.43END Wallern VER D.
10 The outcome Telematics must be profitable: Therefore, it is the aim of the Telematics Master Plan to present recommendations for the preferred application of telematics in Austria s transport system and to back these by verifiable macroeconomic cost-benefit analyses. The main criterion for the prioritisation is oriented on the ratio of the expected benefit compared to the necessary costs. It is feasible that the benefits of the measures will exceed their costs as early as after the first eight years. This is illustrated by the results obtained in other European countries which have investigated the cost-benefit ratio ex post. The Telematics Master Plan recommends the implementation of three packages of measures over the next 15 years. The estimated costs for implementing the measures are around EUR 80 million per year (over a period of five years) for the first package, some EUR 70 million annually for the second package and some EUR 60 million per year for the third Flight: MUN LE HUL H MUNH ULE6.812END SCH C. package of measures. While the cost-benefit ratio for the first package of measures calculated throughout the life of the facilities can be multiplied by a factor greater Eßling than 2, for the other measures a cost-benefit ratio of about 1 may be assumed (due Passau Hbf to the longer timeframe). However, the experience that will be gained in the next few years is expected to provide Neusiedl an even am better See basis for the calculation. It will facilitate an exact estimation of the benefit and thus provide a sounder basis for Saalfelden taking investment decisions. B 4 Knoten St. Michael B 12b Lindau Hbf Annual investment volume [mio. EUR] S 18 Flight: ROM UN TRU T ROMT RUN END GET Fe Flight: COP HA RNH R COPR NHA39.119END TUR N. Flight: BRU HA RNH R BRUR NHA END TUR S. Saalfelden Package of measures 1 Package of measures 2 Package of measures Total investment volume approx. 400 mio. EUR E38 Total investment volume approx. 355 mio. EUR Total investment volume approx. 300 mio. EUR dorf E148 T. B 100 Sigmundsherberg 2 years 4 years 6 years 8 years 10 years 12 years 14 years 16 years Gmunden Seebf E150 Eibiswald Flight: ROT AL SHA S ROTS HAL44.673END AUS E H Flight: ROT AL SHA S ROTS HAL13.263END AUS E. Sandl Wien Franz-Josefs-Bf E156 Purkersdorf Bern Obertauern Flughafen Wien (VIE) Flight: VEN ZE RZZ R VENR ZZE49.068END HER C. Hohenruppersdorf A 7 Aflenz Lunz am See Schwechat lengbach A Sopron Monte-Carlo Flight: LIS ER SSE S LISS SER9.246END WAS O. B E53 Tulln Stadt E146 Flight: MAD NA LBN L MADL BNA73.067END HAL I Bf Baden Oslo S 36 Oberstdorf Flight: CHA EG TGE T CHAT GEG152.18END ENT T. Dublin Tarvisio Boscoverde Flight: DUB UN TRU T DUBT RUN END GET I. Mönichkirchen Page 9 Innsbruck Webling
11 Hohenruppersdorf Donawitz Salzburg/Nord Salzburg/Süd Hbf alte Donaubrücke Cannes Verona Pisa Helsinki Heiligenblut St. Anton/Arlberg Seville E119 Söll/Bocking Hamburg Steinach-Irdning Oberwart/Süd Chartres A 4 B 1b Lisbon EUR ,00 Raxstraße E EUR E ,00 Toulouse Package Mayrhofen of measures 1A EUR ,00 Amsterdam S 7 Madrid adapted flexibly to the traffic situation EUR , in order to maintain an Modena unhindered flow of traffic, E99 EUR , Birmingham Knoten Spittal-Millstätter B 40 B 62 See measure is to increase the correct behaviour of all participants in traffic when driving or E Barcelona E126 Monitoring compliance with statutory provisions (monitoring of traffic flows by the executive authorities) on Admont Baden of distances driven, traffic jams, number of accidents, emissions and energy. EUR , Rome Gmünd NÖ St.Valentin for the environmentally-compatible Hbf Thalheim/Judenburg handling of transport along the Danube corridor. San Candido E29 B 181 Spitz/Donau to simplify customs clearance, control of persons and the reporting of hazardous goods, E124 management of accidents in order to increase safety and to optimise the capacity utilisation E90 of locks by assigning lock slots. Monte-Carlo Florence Untergurgl Frankfurt Antwerp St.Pölten Hbf Demand-dependent E51 influence of traffic flow through infrastructure measures Control of traffic flows to the A B E162 EUR ,00 dangerous road sections (e.g. at places with a high rate of accidents or intersections). St.Veit/Glan Innsbruck/West Management of the transport infrastructure through a variable electronic toll for trucks on the E117 low-level Krems roadway a.d. D. network Stifter-Straße S 31 E138 E45 The deterioration of infrastructure caused by heavy utility vehicles is above average. These Number of sub-measures: effects are taken into consideration by extending the tolls imposed on trucks to the whole EUR ,00 Nibelungenbrücke roadway network, thus enabling the management of the transport infrastructure based Salzburg Hbf Palermo on the polluter pays principle. In addition, this enormously encourages the shift of freight Traffic mode: FT, MPT traffic to rail, EUR and ,00 raises the pressure to reduce light runnings. This involves the reduction Dynamic monitoring and control of transport on the Danube waterway The application of transport telematics will increase safety in traffic management A 3 and provide support for nautical manoeuvres of water vessels. Thus, this will enhance the Bludenz/Ost attractiveness of the Danube as a transport route and help to exploit its unused capacities Various instruments have to be introduced for this purpose, e.g., cross-border management high-level roadway network Galway Lyon B 7 Bologna EUR ,00 Waidhofen/Thaya Innsbruck/Höttingerau The coordinated control of traffic flows on and to the high-level roadway network helps to Number of sub-measures: B utilise the limited capacities more efficiently and thus increase capacity. The flows can be Traffic mode: FT, MPT low-level roads E128 EUR ,00 E49 Breclav e.g., by means of variable message signs or dynamic lane marking. As a consequence, traffic jams and collisions are avoided and emissions are reduced. The comprehensive monitoring of vehicles and their behaviour in traffic as well as the automatic detection of deviations from statutory provisions are the most important examples for the surveillance of compliance with statutory provisions. The aim of this loading vehicles. Telematics applications of this type are to be implemented mainly on Number of sub-measures: 3 Mode of transport: waterway Traffic mode: FT, PT Number of sub-measures: 2 Traffic mode: FT, MPT EUR , Wien Hütteldorf Goteborg EUR EUR Florid Mistelbach U W 1 EUR ,00 m See Venice E106 E106 Page 10 B 64 Katschberg B 4
12 Priority for public transport (traffic junctions and access to roads junctions) Number of sub-measures: 2 Mode of transport: rail, road Traffic mode: PT Deviations from defined schedules in urban areas with excessive traffic loads can cause lost connections, unscheduled convoys formations, transfer of delays to return routes, problems in staff shift changes and customer dissatisfaction. These deviations (dispersion of travel times) can be reduced and connections can be ensured by giving priority to city buses, regional buses and trams at junctions individually controlled by light signals or by a computer-aided local traffic guidance system. Demand-dependent influence of traffic flow through infrastructure measures Control of traffic flows from high-level roadway network to low-level roadway network, especially in urban areas The capacity of the low-level roadways is limited at some exit hubs by the high-level roadway network. Traffic control systems at motorway exits facilitate safe and fluent traffic on motorway routes and the lower-ranking roads. Thus, traffic jams resulting from a too low exit flow capacity are prevented. In addition, rear-end collisions are avoided and emissions are reduced. Monitoring actual schedules and management of operating disruptions on railways Number of sub-measures: 3 Mode of transport: rail Traffic mode: FT, PT Number of sub-measures: 4 Traffic mode: FT, MPT By harmonising the defined schedule with the current position of the vehicle, delays can be recognised early on. On the basis of this information, train connections can be ensured or rescheduled in the event of major deviations. The resulting reduction in delays impacts the selection of transportation means in favour of passenger transport by rail. Guidelines for defining minimum quality when recording traffic data in order to create efficient transport information The preparation of guidelines for the recording, processing and forwarding of Austrian traffic data in cooperation with the authorities and operators involved is a prerequisite for guaranteeing a minimum level of quality (minimum level of service) for the recording Sopron of traffic data for all modes of transportation. This is indispensable for the (intermodal) linkage of the data for which reliability is guaranteed. Mode of transport: air traffic, rail, road, waterway Traffic mode: FT, MPT, PT.142 Regulating access to static and dynamic traffic data (overall conditions for using basic traffic data for Villach Hbf value-added traffic information services distinction between the responsibility of federal authorities and private initiatives Mode of transport: air traffic, rail, road, waterway Traffic mode: FT, MPT, PT Access to static and dynamic traffic data that constitutes the basis for value-added services has to be clearly defined by the federal authorities and private service operators. To this Obersdorf end, a uniform regulation must be created, taking into consideration existing legal obstacles and overall conditions as well as all actors involved. However, access does not necessarily have to be provided free of charge Lunz am See PT Public traffic FT Freight traffic MPT Motorised private traffic Hollabrunn Hieflau Summerau Spittal-Millstättersee Flughafen Wien (VIE) Friesach Hbf Vorchdorf-Eggenberg Bf Wien Mitte Page 11
13 Altenmarkt/Pongau Wolfsberg/Nord Frauenkirchen Uttendorf Kollerschlag Birkfeld Weng Hausmannstätten Pichl EUR , Linking traffic control centres for creating an intermodal transport system Kirchberg/Pielach EUR ,00 Brenner Rohrbach As Attersee a result of the increased need for intermodal mobility, the use of existing capacities and information across all modes of transportation must be taken into account. In order to optimise utilisation, the traffic control centres of each mode of transportation are to be Weitra EUR ,00 EUR ,00 EUR ,00 EUR ,00 linked in a multimodal database to guarantee traffic control across all types of transport Riegersdorf Maierhöfen for improving disruption management. Wulkaprodersdorf Deutschfeistritz Zams St.Valentin EUR ,00 Hartberg Mode of transport: air traffic, rail, road, waterway Traffic mode: FT, MPT, PT Mil , Merzenstein Recommendations for the development of Austrian guidelines Kufstein for the application EUR ,00 St. Florian/Inn of telematics in the transport Ernstbrunn EUR , that carries a higher accident risk linked to the greater distances travelled. In order to EUR ,00 Traffic mode: FT, MPT EUR ,00 extend the lacking standards to cover the low-level Passau Hbf B 193 roadway network, a manual for Gürtelbrücke EUR ,00 telematics applications in this area must be prepared and guidelines for the standardised EUR , EUR ,00 Leopoldsdorf RZZ R VENR ZZE END EUR ,00 use HER developed. C. Wiener Neustadt oschendorf EUR ,00 Fels/Wagram EUR ,00 EUR , Knoten Prater system including a uniform planning basis for the application of telematics in the low-level roadway network Wien Floridsdorf The telematics infrastructure that is currently being established provides a verified standard for the recording of traffic data and traffic control and management on the EUR ,00 Neusiedl am See EUR ,00 ill MUN LE HUL H MUNH ULE END SCH C. Hainburg intermodal applications such EUR as park&ride ,00facilities Hopfgarten E103 EUR , S EUR Brückl , Flight: BRU HA RNH R BRUR NHA END EUR ,00 TUR S. EUR , Flight: COP HA RNH R COPR NHA39.119END T UR , Saalfelden EUR ,00 EUR ,00 Altenmarkt EUR ,00 EUR ,00 EUR ,00 Flight: MUN LE HUL H MUNH high-level roadway network. However, this does not include the low-level roadway network Use of the current operating data on public transport (railway/road) for extended services B ÄUD END GEB B. Steyregg The EUR joint ,00 use of the operating data by several companies as well as the standardised R ,00 transfer of data, e.g. data on vehicles positions, is to be provided to customers in the form Villach Hbf EUR ,00 EUR ,00 Luxembourg of attractive services. The goal is to provide public transport-related real-time information as well as to develop services for the dynamic assurance of connections, also regarding EUR ,00 Mode of transport: rail, road EUR ,00 Traffic mode: PT Wien Meidling E B 12b Wulk EUR , EUR , FLOR DUR148.47END VER E..127 Zwettl Bischofshofen EUR , B 68 EUR , EUR , Zell/Moos E38 EUR 19.2 Wiener Ne EUR ,00.901END GEB O. Flight: ROM UN TRU Villach T Hbf ROMT RUN END GET E Flight: ROM UN TRU T ROMT RUN END GET Südbf Flight: BAR IT RHI R BARR HIT77.501END BER E ,00 Südsteirische Grenz Straße Gänserndorf B Sigmundsherberg EUR , EUR , Wiener Neustadt Hbf EU EUR ,00 Ternitz E137 EUR ,00 S 2 E50 EUR , ,00 elfeld-straß Herzogenburg Flight: GEN AT LDA L GENL DAT79.628END SOL V. EUR ,00 Steinach-Irdning B 59 B 85 Flight: ROT AL SHA S ROTS HAL13.263END AUS E Sandl EUR ,00 EUR , Wien Franz-Josefs-Bf E156 A EUR ,00 Schwechat lengbach B 5 Lunz am See Purkersdorf Bern Obertauern A Wolfsthal Schwaz Monte-Carlo EUR ,00 Flight: LIS ER SSE S LISS SER9.246END WAS O EUR , Waidhofen/ EUR , Flight: EDI NA LBN L EDIL BNA END HAL B ,00 B E53 Flight: MAD NA LBN L MADL BNA73.067END HAL I. EUR , Tulln Stadt Preßbaum Sattledt EUR ,00 EUR ,00 EUR , Hbf B 12a Flight: TUR ME AMM A TURA MME END USA N. Mistelbach Dublin TOLR LET145.43END Wallern VER D. Innsbruck Ebenfurth END SCH A Webling Graz Hbf Oslo EUR , Salzburg Hbf Mönichki Flight: SAL UD BÄU B SALB ÄUD END GEB B. Page 12 Leoben Hbf und Klagenfurt Hbf.Bf Wien West Bf Krems an der Donau Vorchdorf-Eggenberg A 25 14
14 Wien Franz-Josefs-Bf llstätter See Bf Arnoldstein Salzburg Hbf EUR , Marchegg EUR , Drosendorf Krems a.d. Donau UR , ULE6.812END SCH C. 9 Vorchdorf-Eggenberg Eßling Package Oyenhausen of measures 1B Knoten St. Michael Marchegg Deutschkreutz Bludenz Saalfelden aprodersdorf Pöchlarn Management of transport infrastructure through a variable electronic toll for passenger cars on the low-level Matzleinsdorf roadway network Number of sub-measures: 4 Lindau Hbf Traffic mode: MPT B The aim of the management of the infrastructure by differentiated, electronically-collected tolls is to influence transport demand. The tolls can be collected for the different distances Laa a.d. Thaya Stadt travelled as well as based on various parameters such as time, occupancy rate or vehicle category for every car passing through. The collection of tolls decreases demand and as a consequence also lowers the distances driven, and results in fewer traffic jams, fewer accidents and lower emissions/energy. Feldbacher Straße Kienberg-Gaming UR N. Recording and provision of information on cargo (electronic consignment note) in intermodal freight traffic Flight: ROM UN TRU T ROMT RUN END GET By using paperless consignment notes, the redundant registration of information on cargo is avoided, which helps to optimise the intermodal transport chain and reduce administrative expenses. Furthermore, this facilitates intermodal freight traffic and thus ,00 ustadt encourages the shift of traffic from road to rail and waterways. Number of sub-measures: 2 Mode of transport: air traffic, rail, road, waterway R , Increased efficiency of rail control operations Number of sub-measures: 3 EUR ,00 Mode of transport: rail Traffic mode: FT, PT Gmunden Seebf Traffic mode: FT Controlling the operation of the railway network by means of block-dependent and speed-dependent signals makes it possible to increase railway route capacity by up Eibiswald to 30%. Similarly, an integrated operational management system should facilitate the B 19 optimal utilisation of the infrastructure. Operating disruptions and potential risks can be avoided by technically monitoring trains with respect to their faultless condition. E Flight: ROT AL SHA S ROTS HAL44.673END AUS E Hollabrunn Increasing efficiency, safety and quality in aviation by air traffic control measures The use of state-of-the-art telematics in aviation may reduce the time needed for Number of sub-measures: 5 Hohenruppersdorf take-off and landing and may improve ground-handling in general, which will lead to a A 7 significant increase in traffic throughput at traffic junctions. In addition, telematics helps Mode of transport: air traffic to improve traffic management in the upper airspace as well as higher security standards. Thus, the application of telematics results in cost reductions in aviation. Traffic mode: PT Flughafen Wien (VIE) Flight: VEN ZE RZZ R VENR ZZE49.068END HER C. Sopron Aflenz Bf EUR Baden ,00 Use of current operational data of rail freight transport for extended services Mode of transport: rail Traffic mode: FT, S PT 36 Flight: CHA EG TGE T CHAT GEG152.18END ENT T. E146 Oberstdorf B Tarvisio Boscoverde Flight: DUB UN TRU T DUBT RUN END GET I. rchen Currently, internal access is provided to a considerable volume of operational data, e.g., data on railway car positions. This data will be provided to individual companies of the transport sector. This will make it possible Gänserndorf for them to offer attractive freight information services to customers. The forwarding of freight information is also of great significance for intermodal transport chains. B Urfahr Rems Page 13 B 311
15 Wien Freudenau Krems Wien Albern Triebener Straße Krems Enns Ennsdorf Vienna Lobau Eisen Straße B 229 Wien Albern Wien Albern Package of measures 1C Industrial Port Wien Freudenau.147 Wien Freudenau etc., particularly at times of capacity bottlenecks and during peak hours would be an improvement. Industrial Port Additional individual information, e.g., on non-compliance with speed limits, raises drivers attention, encourages cautious driving in line with the situation and thus Vienna Albern Wien Freudenau helps to lower accident risk. Krems Burgauberg Industrial Port Speed- and demand-dependent influence of vehicles on traffic flows: passenger cars Autonomous devices within vehicles for supporting the driver, e.g., under unfavourable weather and visibility conditions, and devices for stabilising driving, avoiding collisions Abtenau Industrial Port The provision of important dynamic basic data on the low-level roadway network, Krems Number of sub-measures: 2 Recording and provision of dynamic traffic and travel information (incl. navigation) in road transport (real-time) on the low-level roadway network Number of sub-measures: 3 Traffic mode: FT, MPT Traffic mode: MPT e.g., information on traffic conditions or real-time weather information, results in the reduction of traffic jams, better use of the existing infrastructure, an improvement of traffic safety as well as less strain on the environment. Traffic participants Wien are Albern provided with a better overview of the current Flight: traffic MUN LE HUL situation, H MUNH ULE END which helps them to react SCH C. flexibly Wien Lobau Wien Freudenau Recording and provision of dynamic information for cargo tracking in intermodal freight traffic Krems The recording and provision Wien of information Albern on the status quo and location of cargo as well as other cargo-specific information in the transport chains of intermodal freight traffic makes it possible to optimally use the existing transport system and to improve the reliability of the transport chain. Furthermore, the transparency and quality of the flow of goods is increased and access to freight traffic across all modes of transportation is facilitated. Shifts of freight transport from the road to other modes of transport are possible. Industrial Port Timelkam Number of sub-measures: 2 Flight: LUX ER SSE S LUXS SER26.433END WAS M. Flight: INN EG TGE T INNT GEG END ENT B. Albern Bf Wien Heiligenstadt Flight: LUX ER SSE S LUXS SER END Bf Wien WAS MitteM the transport system is an important basic document for the planning, operation and for navigation systems, route planning, visualisation, mobility planners, personal travel does not mean the creation of a specific, new superordinate graph, but rather ensuring the Schärding S 7 Hainfeld B 58 Flight: INN EG TGE T INNT Flight: VEN ZE RZZ R Provision of a uniform overall graph of the Austrian transport system (attributes, updating, access, data use on the basis of utilization licenses) Mode of transport: air traffic, rail, road, waterway Traffic mode: FT, MPT, PT The graph of the transport infrastructure the digital data basis in vector format of Krems a.d. Donau maintenance of transport routes. Digital infrastructure data (graphs) are indispensable assistant etc., thus, for many telematics-based traffic information, control and management systems. The data for tracking the individual modes of transport will be provided and harmonised so that they can be converted easily and at a low technical expenditure. This compatibility of existing and future data formats and graphs. Flight: LON UD BÄU B LONB ÄUD END GEB O. Müselbach Hbf Flight: BRU HA RNH R BRUR NHA66.279END S 7 B Flight: ROT Wien W Flight: GLA UR RDU R GLAR DUR122 Deutschkreutz A 26 Use of the existing (toll collection) infrastructure as a data source (for transport monitoring and traffic control) The data of the Austrian toll collection system (EFC Electronic Fee Collection) boasts high quality with respect to data density, precision and content and can under observance of the data protection guidelines substantially contribute to efficient transport monitoring and traffic control. In order to achieve an improvement of the overall transport system, EFC data on motorways and expressways have to be combined with the data of all transport operators. The benefit is the avoidance of additional expensive infrastructure and the improved quality of the transport data recorded on motorways and expressways. Mode of transport: air traffic, rail, road, waterway Traffic mode: FT B 210 Traffic mode: FT, MPT B Flight: EDI NA A LBN 4 L EDIL BNA13.183END HAL B. Wien Meidling Page 14 San Candido Sa Salzburg H E
16 Flight: BAR IT RHI R BARR HIT77.501END BER E. B 81 S Use of the digital tachograph for consistent monitoring and enforcement of truck/bus traffic A 1 (total weight over 3.5 t) Traffic mode: FT, MPT B 7 The introduction of the digital control devices instead of conventional control devices must be implemented in the European Union at the latest by 5 August Vehicle and Karawanken Autobahn driver data are recorded electronically in the digital tachograph and can be retrieved via a chip card and the easier and faster data evaluation ensures greater safety. Furthermore, B 9 control is improved and the competitive conditions in the transport sector are harmonised throughout Europe. Glasgow Package of measures 2 Recording and provision of dynamic intermodal traffic, travel and passenger information (incl. navigation) This package of measures provides the following important information to traffic participants: Dynamic travel information (pre-trip information), dynamic traffic information (pre-trip and on-trip information) as well as static passenger information (information on schedules, prices, alternative offers in the event of irregularities etc.). If the quality Fels/Wagram of the information provided is sufficiently high, the behaviour of individual traffic participants can Geneva be positively influenced. Wien Floridsdorf Number of sub-measures: 4 Mode of transport: air traffic, rail, road Traffic mode: MPT, PT Recording and provision of dynamic traffic, travel and passenger information in public transport on roads and railway lines (real-time) Number of sub-measures: 4 Mode of transport: rail, road B 171 St. Pölten Hbf Traffic mode: PT B Passenger information includes static services such schedules, prices, information on the Flight: VEN ZE RZZ R VENR ZZE END HER C. Wiener Neustadt terminal situation and offers at stations and junctions as well as dynamic information on unscheduled runs. Customer satisfaction in public transport can be sustainably improved by providing high-quality information. Flight: SAL UD BÄU B SALB ÄUD END GEB B. B 3b E GEG END travel time ENT B. is achievable for current users if implemented throughout the network. At the VENR ZZE END HER C. same time, intermodality is supported, which results in a reduction of the distances of E58 passenger cars driven. B 181 B Salzburg Weikersdorf estbf.334end VER G. Atzgersdorf Monitoring of the actual schedule and management of operating disruptions in public transport on roads Flight: MUN LE HUL H MUNH ULE END SCH C. Deviations from the defined schedule can, for example, be caused by failed of connections or the formation of unscheduled convoys. This naturally reduces the attractiveness of public transport. By monitoring the actual schedule, a reduction of the Oepping Luxembourg Hainburg Number Hopfgarten of sub-measures: E Information on weather-dependent, local danger spots (fog, slipperiness) on the low-level roadway network Altenmarkt Brückl Zwettl automatic measuring of the critical parameters concerning Bischofshofen road conditions. Depending on AL SHA S Flight: ROTS HAL END LON UD BÄU B LONB ÄUD END AUS E GEB O. Flight: ROM UN TRU Villach T Hbf ROMT RUN END GET. Traffic mode: MPT, PT Flight: Krems FLO a.d. D. UR RDU R FLOR DUR148.47END VER E remote diagnosis can contribute to avoiding accidents Wels Hbf and saving costs. This measure can Antwerp mean an enormous improvement in safety particularly in dangerous sections. E137 Flight: FLO UR RDU R FLOR DUR46.893END VER E. The recording and provision of information on regional danger spots is based on the these conditions, dynamic, weather-specific hazard warnings are displayed, which have a positive influence on the attention of the driver and his or her driving. Wiener Neustadt Hbf Steinach-Irdning B 68 Gänserndorf E148 Flight: ROM UN TRU T ROMT RUN END GET. Monitoring of vehicle condition (individual transport, freight traffic/ transport of hazardous goods on roads) The basic idea is an on-board monitoring of the vehicle s condition or the cargo as Südsteirische Grenz Straße well as an automatic report on deficiencies or safety defects. The related error message or Mode of transport: rail, road Traffic mode: PT Number of sub-measures: 5 Mode of transport: rail, road Traffic mode: FT, MPT, PT F 227 E64 Spielfeld-Straß S 2 E A 2 14 Pregarten Selzthal Herzogenburg Flight: GEN AT LDA L GENL DAT79.628END SOL V. B 59 Wolfsthal B 85 Schwaz B 5 TUR S St.Valentin Waidhofen/ Flight: EDI NA LBN L EDIL BNA END HAL B. Flight: MAD B 69 S 31 Sattledt Preßbaum Hbf Mistelbach B 12a Flight: TUR ME AMM A TURA MME END USA N Flight: TOL ET RLE R TOLR LET145.43END Wallern VER D lzburg Hbf Ebenfurth Flight: SIE LE HUL H SIEH ULE81.503END SCH A. Wulkaprodersdorf bf Page 15 Dublin Innsbru Flight: SAL UD BÄU B SALB ÄUD END GEB B.
17 Recording and provision of dynamic information on the parking situation and parking space reservation (in car parks) Number of sub-measures: 3 Traffic mode: FT, MPT Vienna Lobau The introduction of parking information systems increases reliability and plannability, thus the search for parking spaces is shortened and the average utilisation rate of parking spaces (car parks) can be achieved. Waidhofen a.d. Salzburg Hbf Wien Lobau Recording and provision of information Wien Lobau on space availability and reservation option at park&ride facilities By providing adequate information, the utilisation of park&ride facilities can be controlled and the average utilisation rate of the facility can be achieved. Information on train departure times (connections) should also be displayed for the users Number of sub-measures: 2 Mode of transport: rail, road Traffic mode: MPT, PT Steinach-Ird Industrial Port Brenner Monitoring of traffic flows for recognising and managing disruptions on the low-level roadway network Number of sub-measures: 2 Traffic mode: FT, MPT Package of measures Wien Freudenau Enns Ennsdorf Attersee Road traffic accidents, particularly in regions with a sensitive ecological environment, with Management of access to intermodal freight traffic terminals a high rate of traffic utilisation and in tunnels, pose an extremely high safety risk. Many events can be avoided in advance by the targeted application of telematics. When the stowage capacity of a terminal is full, approaching vehicles are redirected to defined waiting areas in order to avoid tailbacks to adjacent public roads; traffic participants may continue their journey at an adequate point in time from these areas. Facilitation of access to public transport by convenient payment systems Mode of transport: rail, road Traffic mode: PT B 171 The provision of autonomous facilities for influencing vehicles to Wien facilitate Lobau stable St. Pölten Hbf Vienna KremsAlbern Enns Ennsdorf Wien Freudenau Wien Fr The facilitation Glasgow of access to the public transport system is intended to raise its attractiveness Flight: SAL UD BÄU B SALB ÄUD END GEB B. Enns Ennsdorf B 3b Luxembourg Fels/Wagra Wien Freudenau through the time-saving and automated collection of fares. For example, this could be Geneva achieved via a wireless communicating chip card processed by a central processing unit Industrial Port in a time and cost-efficient manner. Public transport operators gain a further advantage Villach Hbf from the information gained on the behaviour of traffic participants through data logging and thus are provided with a further indication for constantly improving their services for customers. Speed- and demand-dependent influence of vehicles on traffic flows: trucks driving are designed to support the driver, particularly under unfavourable visibility and weather conditions, by means Industrial of variable Port warnings such as keeping adequate distance, staying in one s lane, monitoring of conflict zones as well as speed. These functions guarantee individual safety and optimise traffic flows. H MUNH ULE END SCH C. Number of sub-measures: 2 Mode of transport: air traffic, rail, road, waterway Traffic mode: FT Number of sub-measures: 2 Traffic mode: FT, MPT Industrial Port Flight: VEN ZE RZZ R VENR Flight: MUN LE HUL H MUNH ULE END Timelkam E66 Enns Ennsdorf Krems Flight: INN EG TGE T INNT GEG END ENT B Flight: VEN ZE RZZ R VENR ZZE END HER C Flight: LUX ER SSE S LUXS SER26.433END WAS M E58 T INNT GEG END ENT B. B B 181 K B ien Heiligenstadt S 7 SE S LUXS SER END Bf Wien WAS MitteM. Salzburg Flight: Krems FLO a.d. D. UR RDU R FLOR DUR148.47E Krems Wien Albern a.d. Donau Flight: LON UD BÄU B LONB ÄUD END GEB O. Flight: ROM UN TRU Villach T Hbf Wien Freudenau Flight: ROT AL SHA S ROTS HAL END AUS E. Weikersdorf Oepping Industrial Po Wien Westbf Wien Lobau Flight: BAR IT RH.99 Flight: GLA UR RDU R GLAR DUR END VER G. Atzgersdorf Südsteirische Grenz Str Page 16 Schärding Wels Hbf Antwerp E137 Flight: FLO UR RDU R FLOR DUR46.893END VER E.
18 Krems a.d. D. St.Pölten Hbf Gmunden Seebf Brennero Neusiedl am See Hohenruppersdorf Hbf ning 1 Wien Freudenau Wien Franz-Josefs-Bf Enns Ennsdorf Bf St.Valentin Hartberg Wien Freudenau Wien Albern Krems Vienna Albern Arnoldstein Krems Enns Ennsdorf Salzburg Hbf Wien Meidling Wien Albern Wien Albern Vienna Lobau Marchegg The implementation eudenau Krems B rems Industrial Port m Wien Floridsdorf.174 Wien Freudenau.216ZZE END HER C. Wiener Neustadt SCH C Hopfgarten Wien Albern Wiener Neustadt E At the same time, the Federal Ministry of Transport, Innovation and Technology as Kienberg-Gaming Industrial Port Traffic and transport are often subject to the conflicting interests of the individual actors Krems a.d. Donau Vorchdorf-Eggenberg to the Austrian transport system. The Telematics Master Plan identifies the necessary Deutschkreutz Krems instruments such as research and development programmes, service and construction Bludenz mandates and accompanying management measures as well as the establishment of Pöchlarn Flight: MUN LE HUL H MUNH ULE6.812END SCH C. Laa a.d. Thaya Stadt Wien Lobau Wien Freudenau Industrial Port which will consist of high-ranking representatives from the most important actors. This Vienna Albern advisory body will work on the fundamental harmonisation of the plan s implementation. Eßling Wulkaprodersdorf Passau Hbf Burgauberg Hainburg Brückl Thus, accompanying measures are required for implementing the recommended measures working groups, standardization activities, cooperation between federal and Länder bodies and international networking responsible authority for the Telematics Master Plan is to establish an advisory council A technical secretariat will be assigned responsibility for the operational execution of the Telematics Master Plan. The secretariat will be responsible for updating and further Neusiedl am See developing the knowledge base and the package of measure as well as for public relations Saalfelden work and the ongoing programme management. The parties awarding contracts for the individual tasks (infrastructure operators, mobility service providers etc.) will based on the expected benefits of the selected measures Flight: COP HA RNH R COPR NHA39.119END TUR N. Flight: BRU HA RNH R BRUR NHA END TUR S. Saalfelden S Lindau Hbf B 12b raise the adequate funds to implement the relevant measures in their planning. They can Wien Albern rely on the Telematics Master Plan, which includes all modes of transportation, and on the harmonised accompanying measures Flight: ROM UN TRU T ROMT RUN END G Altenmarkt B 68 ND VER E. Zwettl Bischofshofen E38 46ROMT RUN END GET. rt Gänserndorf E148 Flight: ROM UN TRU T ROMT RUN END GET B 100 Sigmundsherberg I R BARR HIT77.501END BER E. aße Wiener Neustadt Hbf Flight: ROT AL SHA S ROTS H Steinach-Irdning Flight: ROT AL SHA S ROTS HAL13.263END AUS E. Sandl Purkersdorf Bern Obertauern Page 17 Flughafen Wien (VIE) Flight: VEN ZE RZZ R VENR ZZE49.068END
19 A 26 schau A 3 Anschluß Donaupark B 51 E119 Lisbon EUR ,00 E75 E132 EUR ,00 Heiligenblut/Mautstraße E165 EUR , the high-level network) will be even higher with a growth rate of up to 4%. Especially such Salzburg/Nord sections Hohenruppersdorf of the transport network have already reached their capacity limits today. The further Donawitz Nibelungenbrücke in the traffic performance in Europe Barcelona of about 2% per year is expected for the next 20 years. Hamburg Chartres technologies Steinach-Irdning in aviation, inland navigation and in railway transport. However, these systems E Raxstraße The inevitable redesign of the transport E157 system requires the careful preparation by B 121 technologies. The first step to achieve this aim is the definition of a clear strategy for applying telematics EUR to E ,00 the transport system and the definition of measures based on well-founded Toulouse Voralpenkreuz EUR ,00 With Amsterdam the help of the Telematics Master Plan, Austria will be able to continue its E E EUR ,00 B 224 Grenoble steps for adapting its transport system to the changed framework conditions after the Baden EUR ,00 EU enlargement and thus remain an attractive, innovative location for Ebenfurth A logistics 22 and A 21 Summary E93 According to the current traffic forecast for the European level, an average increase A closer look shows that the increase at major sections of the transport network (e.g. in expansion of these sections is difficult to finance, problematic for environmental reasons or Salzburg/Süd is simply rejected by the population B 165 Cannes Thus, new approaches for the organisation of the transport system will have to be found. A change in paradigms will have to take place, for example, when specifying the selection of E routes, the time of starting a journey or the selection of the means of transport for freight as well as for passengers within framework conditions such as available capacity or costs E156 EUR ,00 of use. In this context, the necessity of the extensive application of telematics becomes Söll/Bocking obvious, as the movements of the means of transport within the transport infrastructure are E158 subject to new steering mechanisms and regulations. These so-called cooperative systems the interaction infrastructure-vehicle-driver are already partly in use thanks to new constitute major interventions in transport organisation and transport processes, which will have to be optimised at the macroeconomic level. policymakers, the business sector and by traffic participants as well as the use of new macroeconomic cost-benefit analyses. The realisation of the expected benefits to the economy requires that the measures E117 Wiene envisaged in a Telematics Master Plan be implemented rapidly and that the Telematics E45 Master Plan be constantly developed and updated active role at the intersection of major European transport routes, to take the necessary transport technologies. E37 B 1b E33 Gerlospaß E49 E EUR B 67c E128 Seebenstein Hollenstein B Lisbon Knoten -Hummelhof ,00 E124 Monte-Carlo Frankfurt Florence Galway Lyon E51 St.Pölten Hbf E Goteborg Floridsdorfer E B E80 E99 Modena Berlin E50 Barcelona A 22 Spittal/Drau Admont Bourges Villach E134 B 40 Birmingham B 62 A 14 Götzis EUR , E Amsterdam S 7 EUR ,00 Lunz am See Venice B Katschberg Page 18 EUR ,00 Belfast B 2 Copenhagen B 126 E126
20 B 59 Overview of the measures Brunn/Maria Enzersdorf B 123 Packages of measures Packages Simmeringof measures ranked by greatest benefit and corresponding time of implementation E107 Bonn E132 A 10 1A E119 B 220 Mallnitz/Bahnhof > Management of the transport infrastructure by a variable electronic toll for trucks on the low-level roadway network Knoten Mattersburg > Dynamic monitoring and control of transport on the Danube waterway > Demand-dependent influence of traffic flows through infrastructure measures Control of traffic flows to the high-level roadway network > Monitoring compliance with statutory provisions (monitoring of traffic flows by executive Graz/Gürtelturmplatz Edinburgh authorities) on the low-level roadway network A 13 > Priority for public E90 transport (traffic junctions and access to roads junctions) Neusiedl am See Eisenstadt/Ost > Demand-dependent influence of traffic flows through infrastructure measures Control of traffic flows from high-level roadway network to low-level roadway network, especially in urban areas > Monitoring actual schedules and management of operating disruptions on railways Badgastein > Guidelines for defining minimum quality when recording traffic data in order to create efficient Bratislava transport information > Access regulations for static and dynamic traffic data > Linking traffic control centres for creating an intermodal transport system > Recommendations for the development of Austrian B 228guidelines for the application of telematics in the transport system including a uniform planning basis for the application of telematics on the low-level roadway network A 5 London Knoten Eisenstadt ,00 B 116 r Neustadt Hbf B 163 E43 Dublin 1B S 35 E80 B 317 Naples Zeltweg E168 > Management of transport infrastructure by a variable electronic toll for passenger cars on the EUR ,00 low-level B 1 roadway Cardiff network > Recording and Vienna provision of information Florence on cargo (electronic consignment note) in intermodal EUR ,00 A 7 Wiener Passau Neustadt freight traffic Hbf > Increased efficiency of rail control operations B > Increasing efficiency, safety and quality in aviation by air traffic control measures Lucerne > Use of current operational data of rail freight transport for extended services B 186 S 33 Knoten -Urfahr Siena 2E133 Schladming A 25B 70b S 7 Brugge S 18 > Recording and provision of dynamic traffic and travel information (incl. navigation) in road St.Veit a.d. Glan B 171a E143 transport (real-time) on the B 10 low-level roadway network B 303 1C > Provision E96 of a uniform overall graph of the Austrian transport system EUR ,00 Vienna Altmannsdorfer Straße > Use of the existing (toll collection) infrastructure as data source Aberdeen E169 Knoten Villach (total weight over 3.5 t) E88 > Recording and provision of dynamic intermodal traffic, travel and passenger information E44 > Speed- and demand-dependent influence of vehicles on traffic flows: passenger cars > Recording and provision of dynamic information for cargo tracking in intermodal freight traffic > Use of the digital tachograph for consistent monitoring and enforcement of truck/bus traffic B 63a (incl. navigation) > Recording and provision of dynamic traffic, travel and passenger information in public transport Tulln on roads and railway lines (real-time) Chartres > Monitoring the actual schedule and management of operating disruptions in public transport on roads Zell/See B 12 > Information on weather-dependent, local danger B 114a spots (fog, slipperiness) on the low-level roadway network B 12a > Monitoring of vehicle condition (individual transport, freight traffic/ transport of hazardous E goods on roads) E165 B 1a > Monitoring of traffic flows for recognising and managing disruptions on the low-level roadway S > Management of access to intermodal freight traffic terminals Passau Hbf B 301 > Recording and provision of dynamic information on the parking situation and parking space Lunz am See B 311 reservation (in car parks) EUR ,00 > Recording and provision of information on space availability and reservation option at park&ride facilities network Oberndorf 3 > Facilitation of access to public Neusiedl transport am See by convenient payment systems Lambach > Speed- and demand-dependent influence of vehicles on traffic flows: trucks EUR ,00 Wien Westbf Hohenruppersdorf