The city lab includes two south-eastern districts (Puente de Vallecas and Villa de Vallecas), with 328,000 inhabitants. In both districts the share of non- motorized trips is significantly lower (22% and 15%) than the city average (32%); in Puente de Vallecas the car share is 26%, and in Villa de Vallecas it reaches 38%, compared to a city average of 29%.
|City area||605.77 km2|
|Population density||794 inh/km2|
|Climate||Cold semi-arid climate with continental influences|
|Car ownership||457 cars / 1000 inhabitants|
25 deaths, 12,137 accidents
2014; considering those 14 years old and above
Public transport trips
Private car trips
Citizens' involvement will be encouraged:
Total city network: 3,000 km. 63% with AADT (Average Annual Daily Traffic) below 10,000 veh./day, carrying only 15% of total daily traffic demand.
The remaining 37% of the network with AADT above 10,000 veh/day, carrying 85% of total demand in veh-km.
Segregated ("vía ciclista"): 302 km
Non-segregated ("ciclocarril"): 155 km
Segregated under construction (operational by 31/12/2016): 31 km
Metro system: 293 km (about 30% outside the municipality boundaries).
Municipal bus system: 775 km, more than 200 lines.
Suburban railway: 370 network km providing service for 9 lines with a total of 537 km, 89 stations (34 stations within the municipality)
6% reduction of car travel in Madrid, related to those using the new HOV parking management scheme
Achieve a modal share of 2% for bicycle trips in the lab area
Increasing the modal share for walking by 6% in the lab area
10-30% decrease of average speed in living lab after safety plans implementation
50% of reduction in accidents with injuries in the lab area.
10% increase in commercial speed and 9% increase in regularity levels in the new high level of service PT corridor in Madrid living laboratory.
30% reduced energy consumption and emissions via 6 hybrid buses in Madrid.
Noise reduction in High Quality Bus corridor with hybrid vehicles in Madrid.
3 participated pedestrian interventions and 3 neighbourhood level traffic safety plans in Madrid.
8% decrease in the number of children being driven by car to the school in Madrid laboratory area.
20 electric vehicles introduced in Madrid’s municipal fleet
50 tested e-vehicles: Use of a test fleet to commit at least 5 companies to incorporate 10 e-vehicles to its fleet in Madrid, and analyse their performance in urban distribution.
30% reduction of km-goods, thanks to the implementation of a consolidation centre linked to the use of electric vehicles in Madrid.
At least two of the vehicles will be ready to be sold on the market by the end of the project.
Ultra low emission electric-natural gas distribution vehicle developed and tested in Madrid.
In Madrid, ECCENTRIC will drive the CO2 reduction foreseen in the Air Quality Plan, targeting 51,100 tonnes/year in the laboratory area, with an upscaling potential of 134,500 tonnes in the whole suburban area.