|Authors:||Oddrun Helen Hagen, Elise Caspersen, Iratxe Landa-Mata, Aud Tennøy, Tale Ørving|
|ISBN (digital version):||978-82-480-1615-1|
The report without exhibits - in Norwegian only
Exhibits - in Norwegian only
The report analyzes adaptations to, effects and consequences of interventions affecting the accessibility by different means of transport in and to the city centre of Oslo in the period 2017-2019. Some interventions have been linked to objectives of establishing a car-free city centre, such as the removal of on-street parking and the introduction of a new driving pattern. Commuters and city-centre users made few adaptations through changed travel behaviour. We found that more commuters had increased access to parking after the interventions were implemented. We foun no changes in commute satisfaction. City-centre users spend more time parking, but visit the city centre just as often as before. We found the experience of walking improved. We also did not find noteworthy consequences for city-centre attractiveness, most use the centre as before. Truck drivers experience a worsening delivery situation.