Corona | How measures work [April]


Apr 30, 2020

April 30, 2020

 

Und schon ist der April (fast) vorbei…

April 30, 2020

 

April is almost history…

Traffic at Viennese subway stations still far below normal:

© CSH Vienna / TU Wien

0 to 500 meter radius:

© CSH Vienna / TU Wien

People moving between 500 to 5000 meters:

© CSH Vienna / TU Wien

A radius with more than 5 kilometers:

© CSH Vienna / TU Wien

April 29, 2020

 

Update zum Bewegungsradius in Österreich

April 29, 2020

 

Update to movement radius in Austria

Traffic at Viennese subway stations still far below normal:

© CSH Vienna / TU Wien

0 to 500 meter radius:

© CSH Vienna / TU Wien

People moving between 500 to 5000 meters:

© CSH Vienna / TU Wien

A radius with more than 5 kilometers:

© CSH Vienna / TU Wien

April 17, 2020

 

Keine weiten Fahrten zu Ostern

 

Die von der Regierung verhängten Ausgangsbeschränkungen funktionieren eindrucksvoll gut. Auch in der Woche vor und nach Ostern war der mittlere Bewegungsradius der Menschen in Österreich deutlich verringert.

 

Vor der Krise lag der über die Bevölkerung gemittelte Bewegungsradius bei etwa 14 Kilometern pro Tag. Nach Bekanntgabe der Ausgangsbeschränkungen halbierte er sich fast auf durchschnittlich 8 Kilometer. Durch die Lockerung der Maßnahmen nach dem Osterwochenende wurden mit über 12 Kilometern wieder beinahe die früheren Werte erreicht.

April 17, 2020

 

No long distance drives around Easter

 

The far reaching restrictions imposed by the Austrian government are working impressively well. In the week before and after Easter the average range of movement of people in Austria was significantly reduced.

 

Before the crisis, the average range of movement averaged over the population was about 14 kilometres per day. After the announcement of the restrictions, it almost halved to an average of 8 kilometres. Due to the easing of measures after the Easter weekend, the radius of movement almost reached the previous values again: more than 12 kilometres.

© CSH Vienna / TU Wien

„Ein differenzierteres Bild ergibt sich, wenn wir die Daten nach Personengruppen aufschlüsseln, die generell eher kurze oder eher lange Distanzen zurücklegen“, so Tobias Reisch.

 

Der Anteil der Bevölkerung, der an einem Wochentag einen Bewegungsradius von unter 500 Metern hat, ist seit Verhängung der Ausgangsbeschränkungen deutlich gestiegen: von 45 Prozent auf ca. 65 Prozent. „Es haben sich also viel mehr Leute als sonst auf kurze Strecken beschränkt oder sind ganz zuhause geblieben“, erklärt Reisch. Nach Ostern sank der Wert wieder: Am 16. April beschränkte sich nur noch etwa die Hälfte der Bevölkerung auf einen Radius unter 500 Meter.

“A more differentiated picture emerges if we break down the data by groups of people who generally tend to travel short or long distances,” says CSH’s Tobias Reisch.

 

The proportion of the population with a radius of movement of less than 500 meters on a weekday has risen significantly since the initial restrictions were imposed: from 45 percent to about 65 percent. “So many more people than usual have restricted themselves to short distances or have stayed at home completely,” explains Reisch. After Easter the figure dropped again: on 16 April only about half the population was restricted to a radius of less than 500 metres.

Bevölkerungsanteil mit Bewegungsradius bis 500 m © CSH Vienna / TU Wien

Einen Anstieg gab es zuletzt bei Radien zwischen 0,5 und 5 Kilometern. Mit rund 35 Prozent bewegen sich fast wieder gleich viele Menschen wie vor der Krise in diesem Umkreis.

An increase was found for radii between 0.5 and 5 kilometres. Almost the same number of people as before the crisis—around 35 percent—are moving within this radius.

Bevölkerungsanteil mit Bewegungsradius 500 bis 5000 m © CSH Vienna / TU Wien

Den größten Unterschied zu früher sehen die Forscher bei der Gruppe, die es gewohnt ist, die weitesten Strecken zurückzulegen. „Hier bleiben die Werte weiterhin deutlich unter Vorkrisenniveau“, ergänzt Georg Heiler. Sogar über Ostern gab es hier keinen nennenswerten Anstieg. „Die meisten Leute in Österreich haben sich also offenbar an die Aufrufe der Regierung gehalten und sind nicht zu weit entfernten Wochenendhäusern oder zu ihren Familien oder Freunden auf Besuch gefahren.“

The researchers see the biggest difference compared to the past in the group that is used to covering the longest distances. “Here, the values remain well below pre-crisis levels,” adds Georg Heiler. Even over Easter in this group was no significant increase. “So most people in Austria apparently followed the government’s calls and didn’t travel to distant weekend homes or to visit their families or friends”.

Bevölkerungsanteil mit Bewegungsradius über 5 km © CSH Vienna / TU Wien

No dramatic changes were seen at Viennese subway stations:

© CSH Vienna / TU Wien

April 7, 2020

 

Ein Update zum Bewegungsradius in Österreich

An update to Austria’s movement radius

 

 

In principle, people stick well to the governmental measures:

© CSH Vienna / TU Wien

Yet, a closer look shows a slight increase in moving patterns during the last weekend, compared to the two weekends before.

© CSH Vienna / TU Wien
© CSH Vienna / TU Wien

April 3, 2020

 

Neue plots zeigen abermals, wie stark sich der Bewegungsradius in Österreich geändert hat

New graphs show once more how much the radius of movement has changed in Austria

 

 

Substantially less traffic at Viennese subway stations:

© CSH Vienna / TU Wien

Much less traffic throughout Austria in week March 23—28, compared to week March 2—6, 2020:

© CSH Vienna / TU Wien

Reduction of medium radius of movement in Austria:

© CSH Vienna / TU Wien

This is a publication of TU Wien in cooperation with CSH. Various data sets including aggregated and anonymised telecommunication data, processed in a GDPR compliant way, were used for this study. The results were also made available to the Austrian authorities in connection with combating the corona epidemic. 


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