1. What will be the expected measure impacts and how you
will measure them? (i.e. the impact indicators you will use in evaluation and
how you will collect the data for them)
Improvement of accessibility to
schools should result in more students walking to school. During co-identification,
collect data on the number of pedestrian children and repeat the same action
after co-implementation. Comparing two survey results yield measurable impact.
Improvement of public transport
services and cycling infrastructure together with Improvement of accessibility to schools should result in reduced
car use in the neighborhood. A measurable indicator is the modal distribution
in the selected neighborhood, where the survey results collected during the
co-identification process are compared with the survey results conducted after
Various traffic management measures
should not only improve the air quality and traffic safety but also decrease
noise emission. Key to measuring these effects is the intensity and speed of
traffic flows in the selected neighborhood, whose comparisons, before and after
implementation, can yield measurable impacts.
2. Which drivers and barriers could be encountered during
the measure planning, implementation and operational phases?
The main drivers during the measure
planning should be experts from different stakeholders (residents, employees of
different public institutions/levels of authority etc.) contributing with their
knowledge and experience;
The main barrier during the measure
planning is lack of reliable relevant data for the neighborhood (e.g. traffic
counts, public transport data, modal split, air quality and noise indicators
Responsibilities distributed between
different authorities can be barrier when it comes to planning and
implementation of „hard measures“ as all construction works in Sarajevo require
approvals and permits issued by the competent municipality, the Srajevo City's
authority role is largely administrative and the Sarajevo Canton is the most
responsible for planning;
In the operational phase, the
"cultural" barrier may be the ignoring of implemented measures by
passenger car owners.
3. How would you involve your stakeholders in the evaluation
process, and what input will you require from them?
Schools will help to collect
information about children walking to and from school;
Residents and service providers will
help to get travel information / input for modal split calculation and in
addition residents provide valuable inputs for traffic management measures;
4. How would you determine if their involvement had had any
(positive or negative) impact on your neighbourhood?
Process evaluation, among others,
provide answers to question „How was the process perceived by key
stakeholders?“. „Measure evaluation result summary“ included in „The Assessment
and Evaluation Report“ determine involvement and impact of different stakeholders
on different measures.