1 SUSTAINABILITY AND MOBILITY STRATEGY CITY OF MADRID ICT-Emissions. Madrid, 9 May 2013
2 STRATEGIC PLANS CITY OF MADRID PLAN FOR THE SUSTAINABLE USE OF ENERGY AND CLIMATE CHANGE PREVENTION MADRID AIR QUALITY PLAN
3 CITY OF MADRID PLAN FOR THE SUSTAINABLE USE OF ENERGY AND CLIMATE CHANGE PREVENTION Objectives: To reduce greenhouse gas emissions and to improve energy efficiency, shaping Madrid City Council's commitments to action 55 measures set to achieve the targets established, 10 of them focused on transport and mobility.
4 The Plan contains 55 measures in 7 sectors Table 1 Measures SECTORS MEASURES 1 CROSSCUTTING MEASURES 15 2 TRANSPORT 9 3 RESIDENTIAL, COMMERCIAL AND INSTITUTIONAL SECTOR 19 4 WASTE MANAGEMENT 1 5 INDUSTRIAL 3 6 SINKS 2 7 CLIMATE CHANGE ADAPTATION 6 TOTAL 55
5 COMPLIANCE Compliance Started measures Finalized measures Crosscutting ,7% Transport ,0% R&C&I ,5% Waste % Industrial % Sinks % CC Adaptation ,7% Total ,2% INVESTMENT EUR 45.3 million (Action )
6 Objectives: AIR QUALITY PLAN To consolidate what has already been achieved in improving the city s air quality by driving its ongoing improvement comprehensively. To ensure fulfilment of all established objectives under current law within the legally planned time frame, and in particular, nitrogen dioxide limit values
8 Tasa de reducción (%) Trasporte por carretera ,98 26,36
9 The Plan contains 70 measures in 9 sectors Table 1 New measures SECTORS MEASURES 1 TRANSPORT AND MOBILITY SECTOR 42 2 RESIDENTIAL, COMMERCIAL AND INSTITUTIONAL SECTOR 4 3 CONSTRUCTION AND DEMOLITION WORK 2 4 CLEANING AND WASTE MANAGEMENT 4 5 URBAN PLANNING 4 6 NATURAL HERITAGE 2 7 STRENGTHENING INTEGRATION OF CONSIDERATIONS RELATIVE TO AIR QUALITY IN MUNICIPAL POLICIES 8 MONITORING, FORECASTING AND INFORMATION SYSTEMS 3 9 TRAINING, INFORMATION AND AWARENESS 5 TOTAL 70 4
10 COMPLIANCE 63 measures have been started (90%) Year Measures under Air Quality Plan Measures started TOTAL INVESTMENT EUR 90.6 million (1.2% above the planned investment)
11 Some of the main achievements in transport and mobility: Low Emission Zone (LEZ) Implementation of a separate Regulated Parking System rate within (LEZ) Consolidation and strengthening the renewal of the municipal fleet of vehicles to cleaner technology. 373 buses (82 M ). Increase of pedestrian areas in m 2 (2 M ) New taxi regulation. Electric vehicle promotion : o 438 charge points
12 Some of the main achievements in transport and mobility: Tax incentives for cleaner vehicles. Subsidies for taxi renewals Expand in 15 the supply points for cleaner fuels: 10 LGP y 5 CNG Promotion of alternative means of mobility : o Carpooling and carsharing o Promotion of the use of motorcycles (Increase from 12% to 16%). o Promotion of the use of bicycles ( 22% within M30. o Cyclist mobility infrastructure : 283 Km.
13 CO 2 emissions evolution EMISSSIONS CO2-eq (kt) SECTORS Road Transport % 180% 160% 140% 120% 100% 80% 60% Residential, commercial & institutional combustion Industrial combustion Road transport Other mobile sources & machinery Waste management Other 40% 20% 0%
14 SUSTAINABLE URBAN MOBILITY PLANS (SUMP) Madrid City Council has created the Mobility Board as a forum to exchange knowledge among the parties involved in generating a sustainable strategy for the city. Madrid's Air Quality Plan foresees the development of the Plan of Sustainable Mobility of the City of Madrid, with the participation of the Mobility Board in the definition of objectives and the action plan.
15 Goals of a Mobility Plan Mobility + Sustainable Reduce necessary driving space for private cars on roads. Reduce atmosphere pollution. Reduce noise pollution. Reduce consumption of non-renewable energies. Mobility + Competitive Reduce travel times. Improve travel quality. Increase travel regularity. Mobility + Universal Guarantee the right to mobility to the entire population. Achieve affordable transportation costs. Improve access to all people with reduced mobility. Mobility + Safe Reduce accident numbers. Reduce the gravity of accidents. Improve victim assistance.
16 Strategic Lines of a Mobility Plan 1. Regulate vehicle demand 2. Maximize sustainable ways 3. Encourage cleaner vehicles Resident parking and dissuasion Regulated Parking System Modification Dissuasion from road indiscipline Traffic calming and Residential Priority Areas Public Transportation By foot Bicycle Motorcycle 4. Regulate and manage merchandise distribution 5. Promote safer habits and environments 6. Participation, public awareness and information Public Fleets Private Fleets (people): ZBE Car-pooling and carsharing
17 Mobility Plan of the City of Madrid The Sustainable Urban Mobility Plan of the City of Madrid, currently being elaborated, will be the strategic framework of the city s mobility and the reference for the mobility plans that will be developed within the municipality at different levels (District, business area, industrial park...)
18 Mobility Plan of the Central District Other than the SUMP of the City of Madrid, a SUMP of the Central District is being elaborated in which public participation and that of agents that intervene in mobility has been key to understanding and analyzing the mobility of the most symbolic and tourist district of the city.
19 Other Mobility Plans Ribera del Loira, Ciudad Pegaso and Ciudad Universitaria are other examples of Mobility Plans that are being elaborated or have been finalized in Madrid.
20 SUMP as part of the agreements of the Pro Climate Forum Companies that belong to the Pro Climate Forum are aware of the importance of promoting mobility to their workplaces in an efficient and sustainable way, thus, they are working on a Voluntary Agreement for the adoption of Business Mobility Plans.
21 MADRID: TRAFFIC MANAGEMENT CENTER APPLICATION OF A SMART MOBILITY SYSTEM All the equipment is centralized and sensorised: Traffic light intersection Detectors 72 Variable Message Signs (VMS) METHODS FOR EMISSIONS REDUCTION Flow speed and Flow rate control
22 EXAMPLE: VARIABLE SPEED MANAGEMENT SYSTEM VARIABLE SPEED CONTROL: This technology allows the adjustment of circulation speed by sections, reducing sharp brakes and stops, and resulting in a reduction of emissions. Protocols based on the knowledge of traffic data and on the expected evolution of circulation are put in.
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