\(f(t)^1\) is the daily time budget distribution for public transport.

\(^1\) Robert Kölbl, Dirk Helbing. Energy laws in human travel behaviour. New Journal of Physics 5, 48 IOP Publishing, 2003.

Sociality Score:

Consider the populations inside the Isochrone a time \(t\) computed in \(P\):
\begin{equation}
s(t,P) = \sum_{i \mid t_i(P) < t} p(h_i),
\end{equation}

we sum over all the hexagons with time \(t_i\) less than \(t\) and \(p(h_i)\) is the population within \(h_i\).

The future of public transports in cities
Bad ending for my current research, but happing ending for public transport in the cities?

Cars per 1000 inhabitants

Italy togheter with USA has the highest level of car ownership.

Italy

cars

Europe

cars

Rome

800

Paris

225

Milan

596

London

298

Turin

600

Barcellona

350

Catania

700

Berlin

297

Average person per car 1.2

95% of the time the cars are parked

Self driving cars (they are around us)

No property - No Parking

Boost in efficency

Sharing Trips

from taxy sharing to trip sharing\(^{1,2,3}\)

At least 50% less cars circulating

Public transport on demand

shrinking of the cost urban transportation of almost 10 times.

1. P. Santi, G. Resta, M. Szell, S. Sobolevsky, S. Strogatz, C. Ratti. Taxi pooling in New York City: a network-based approach to social sharing problems (2013).