mobiTopp has already been successfully applied to the Stuttgart region. In addition to the city of Stuttgart, the model includes the districts of Böblingen (BB), Ludwigsburg (LB), Göppingen (GP), Esslingen (ES) and the Rems-Murr district (RMK). The study area is divided into 1012 traffic analysis zones in mobiTopp. The model simulates 1.3 million households with 2.7 millionpeople who make around 55 million trips over the course of a week, reflecting the complete mobility profile of the region.
The Stuttgart Region model has been used in various research projects to investigate the effects of home office, electromobility and the use of charging infrastructure, on-demand bus transport and stability in mobility behavior, among other things (see Features).
The video shows the simulated demand for all car journeys in one day.
This video shows the simulated demand for all journeys on one day.
The color shows the mode of transport used: red: motorised private transport (car as driver), orange: car as passenger, yellow: public transport, light green: cycling, blue: walking.
As part of the regiomove research project, a mobiTopp model was created for the region around Karlsruhe, including the cities of Pforzheim, Rastatt, Bretten, Landau, Bruchsal and Baden-Baden. A total of 1.9 million people are simulated.
The model has been further developed in other projects. A particular focus of the model is on intermodal routes as well as car sharing and ride pooling.
The video shows the simulated demand of 50% of the population in the Karlsruhe region over the course of a week.
As part of the MOIA accompanying research, a model of the region around Hamburg was created. In addition to the Free and Hanseatic City of Hamburg, the surrounding districts and travelers (private and business) are also depicted. In total, the activities and travel behavior of around 3.9 million people are modeled (report on the model). The model was advanced in other research projects.
The entire mobility offer in Hamburg is included, including ridepooling in particular.
As part of the RABus project, mobiTopp is being used for Friedrichshafen and Mannheim. Both models also include the surrounding districts. In this way, a metropolitan region and a rural area are simulated. The focus is on modeling autonomous minibuses. For this purpose, the analysis case is compared with several deployment scenarios for autonomous minibuses.