BüLaMo Münsterland

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Adrian Fazekas

Chief Engineer / Head of Traffic Engineering (Digitization)

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+49 241 80 25227

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+49 241 80 25240

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+49 241 80 25224

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Bürgerlabor Mobiles Münsterland

Problem definition:

Today there is no serious mobility alternative to the private car in the Münsterland region, especially in terms of surface area. Past developments have mostly concentrated on solving individual local challenges and the citizen as a user has rarely been involved in finding a solution. A holistic solution of mobility strategies is missing.

Project objective:

To rapidly increase the use of public transport. This is only possible if the needs of citizens are set as the central target. If science helps with new solutions. When experienced practical experts quickly identify relevant solutions in a design thinking process, which are tested and transferred for widespread use.

Intelligent traffic control is the prerequisite for an efficient and attractive rapid bus system. The aim here is to increase attractiveness by saving time and increasing comfort. Within the scope of the project, the Institute of Roads will scientifically work out a targeted prioritization of public transport (in and out of town) through innovative and intelligent traffic telematics.

Implementation:

The prioritized acceleration of public transport is to be implemented by providing a digital twin for traffic and a learning-based control logic of the traffic guidance systems in inner and outer urban areas. The learning-based control logic is based on a data-scientific approach. For the first time, traffic behaviour will be analysed by means of a real-time and complete digital image of the traffic using new methodological approaches. The concepts for prioritized acceleration of public transport will first be verified in simulations and finally validated in real experiments.

Editors:

Dr.-Ing Adrian Fazekas

Moritz Berghaus, M. Sc.

Philipp-Armand Klee, M. Sc.

Serge Lamberty, M. Sc.

Arnd Pettirsch, M. Sc.