The Campus of Justice is a large new facility that will centralise a good part of the judicial services of Madrid, which are currently spread out over 28 buildings. This new development would entail more than 25,000 trips on an average working day.
Acciona - OHL commissioned Vectio to conduct an assessment of vehicular and pedestrian traffic, as well as a capacity analysis that would allow them to compete in the tender of the concession contract of the Campus of Justice of the Community of Madrid.
The objective of this assessment was to find out the flow of traffic in the road section of the “Execution, Construction, Conservation and Exploitation Project of the Madrid Campus of Justice”.
Both the pedestrian and vehicular accessibility were analysed and optimised, estimating the generation of mobility, its level of service and detecting points of congestion in order to propose improvements that ensure the alternative of greater fluidity and road safety.
The assessment was carried out in two distinct parts: the first part consisted in the collection of mobility data in the area studied, and the construction of two digital models of vehicular and pedestrian traffic, using analysis techniques. In the second part, an assessment was conducted of the accesses proposed by Acciona-OHL based on the base model obtained in the previous stage.