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1 BELGRADE SUTP SUTP Conference, 16/5/2013

2 Belgrade SUTP: an Overview

3 1. WHY? 2. HOW? SUTP Fact Sheet 3. WHAT s IN? 4. AND NEXT? 3

4 SUTP Belgrade Fact Sheet

5 SUTP Belgrade Data sheet SUT Plan Belgrade is one of the four components of the Sustainable Urban Transport Project funded by UNDP and GEF Support to Sustainable Transport in the City of Belgrade The overall objective of the project is to reduce the metropolitan emissions in the City of Belgrade by improving the public transport scheme, reinforcing the participation of cyclists in the traffic and providing the policy framework for sustainable urban transport development of Belgrade Main partners and beneficiaries are the City of Belgrade through the Land Development Agency and the Secretariat for Transport Study to prepare the SUTP was award by Public Tender to the consortium Parque Expo and TIS (international team) with a subcontract to CEP (local team) 5 MOVIMENTO INTELIGENTE

6 SUTP Belgrade Project team Parque EXPO is a state owned company established to conceive and implement the World Exposition of 1998 EXPO 98 and to redevelop the intervention zone of the Exposition, a part of eastern riverfront of the city of Lisbon, today known as Parque das Naço es. From there on, Parque EXPO has been responsible for planning more than 54 large scale international projects of territorial transformation (urban regeneration and environmental requalification) TIS is an experienced consultancy company, operating in domestic and international markets and working on a wide spectrum of transport and mobility problems. The company has a strong track record in the development of sustainable mobility and accessibility plans, being responsible for the design of national mobility guidelines in Portugal (and Brazil) and for the production of a guide for the development of mobility and transport plans to be applied by the local governments. 6

7 SUTP: WHY promote?

8 WHY SUTP Overall Trends & Challenges 2/3 of road accidents and 1/3 of road deaths occur in agglomerations Urban air pollution: a persistent challenge Urban traffic noise levels usually exceed the guidelines set by the World Health Organization for the protection of health. 8 Transport energy consumption: high dependency on fossil fuels

9 WHY SUTP Trends & Challenges 9 MOVIMENTO INTELIGENTE

10 WHY SUTP Commitments towards ambitious objectives COVENANT OF MAYORS go beyond the objective to curb MS CO2 emissions by at least 20 % by Sustainable Energy Action Plans 10 Emphasis on the urban dimension Transport WHITE PAPER to 2050 A transport system less dependent on fuel, without sacrificing efficiency nor mobility The key numbers are zero, 40, 50 and 60.

11 WHY SUTP Todays knowledge Just building new infrastructure is no more the solution Predict and provide model worked well while no scarcity of resources Local involvement, participation and consensus is a key to success (join different perspectives and interests) Need to look across borders Policy sectors Authority levels 11 MOVIMENTO INTELIGENTE

12 WHY SUTP Actual key questions Which objectives do I want? 12 What is the best way to achieve them? What do we really need to built on? Which solutions can be better managed? Who should I involve in the decisions? How do I manage my resources? How to ensure success? Sustainable Urban Transport / Mobility Plans A Sustainable Urban Mobility Plan is a strategic plan designed to satisfy the mobility needs of people and businesses in cities and their surroundings for a better quality of life. Compatible with economic development; Inductor for more social cohesion; Oriented towards environment and energy efficiency.

13 WHY SUTP Overall benefits & achievements Environmental and health benefits Improved mobility and accessibility City competitiveness and access to funding Better quality of life Improved image of a city Integration potential SUMP achievements New political vision Citizen and stakeholdersupported decisions Effective fulfillment of legal obligations Potential to reach more people 13 MOVIMENTO INTELIGENTE

14 WHY SUTP City promoter views Diagnosis on urban mobility Action Plan aligned with Policy Actions to be implemented at short, medium and long terms correctly articulated and budgeted Competitive territories with better conditions for sustainable and sustained development Visibility and opportunity to correctly intervene in territory 14 MOVIMENTO INTELIGENTE

15 WHY SUTP Beneficiaries views Better quality and organisation of urban space Better accessibility to transport networks, independently on the mode Concrete actions to solve local problems Possibility to take an active role in the decision making process for mobility systems I want to walk & cycle DON T FORGET ME! 15 MOVIMENTO INTELIGENTE

16 If you plan cities for cars and traffic, you get cars and traffic. If you plan for people and places, you get people and places. Fred Kent, Project for Public Spaces MOVIMENTO INTELIGENTE

17 SUTP: HOW TO APPLY

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19 WHAT s IN SUTP BELGRADE

20 Belgrade SUTP process Assess impact of regional/national framework and stakeholders Preparation of communication plan Baseline case Beneficiaries capacity assessment Work plan & management arrangements Assess impacts & CBA Availability of resources Define basic timeline Policy scenarios 20

21 Belgrade SUTP process Kick off meeting to share process & objectives (awareness & engagement) Involvement as key to success: many interactions with the beneficiaries and stakeholders Several parallel meetings to collect and discuss problems & challenges Several working meetings bringing together local stakeholders Learning workshop (June 2012) International Conference (May 2013): wider presentation 21

22 Belgrade Key results Overall sustainable mobility principles agreed: how do we want to progress Look for solutions ensuring that transport systems DO NOT EXCLUDE urban areas, type of users or citizen groups (price, time, frequencies and hours of service, existence of alternatives, physical accessibility), taking into account all transport modes (intermodality). Ensure that urban mobility evolves taking into account the need to CONTAIN THE VOLUME OF MOTORISED TRIPS (vehicle.km) particularly in private car with low occupancy; promotion of cleaner and safer vehicles. Promotion of a MORE RATIONAL USE of motorised transport modes, particularly promote the modal shift to more sustainable modes in the short distance trips and more vehicle occupancy (car sharing, car pooling) and look for High Quality Public Transport Systems. IMPORTANCE OF NON MOTORISED MODEs either as single mode or as feeder to other modes: existence of good conditions for pedestrian and cyclists (network legibility), more efficient urban system with better accessibility in proximity areas and less emissions. 22 Mobility system should promote actions contributing that new urban development s look for COMPACT URBAN SOLUTIONS WITH MIX LAND USE (diversity and complementary functions) that favour the use of non motorized modes and reduces the need to travel (in motorised modes).

23 Belgrade Key results National strategies are aligned with SUTP & sustainability principles, but a paradigm shift is need Most instruments are still focused on infrastructure completion (need to ensure regional balance and the territorial connectivity) >>> SUTP should be understood as a way to provide a step ahead towards an integrated process focused on mobility and sustainability. Expected increase for the Serbian territorial development in the coming years is faced as major challenge in terms of social cohesion - economic development could indirectly contribute to accentuate social asymmetries, thus planning of mobility measures supporting social inclusion turn even more important. Financing is still relying mostly on public budget >>> SUTP should help to explore financing mechanisms for the mobility system that takes into account the different revenue sources (i.e. parking, contribution from indirect beneficiaries, EU projects, etc.). True intermodal system (where information, timetables, tariffs and organisation and institutional issues are really integrated ) should be aimed. From existing projections motorisation by 2021 will double and network projected will not be insufficient acting on influencing demand is critical. 23

24 High PT modal share Planning for road and PT infrastructures (budgeted) PT fleet renewals ongoing Long tradition of transport planning and existence of a transport model for the city Policy on paper aligned with sustainability principles Beoland as key SUTP promotor Belgrade Key results (pre diagnosis) S W Mobility data is outdated and not covering the all targeted area Few knowledge on internal travel patterns and distances Mobility management almost absent from policy Travel times in PT considerable longer than in PC Expected modal shift in 2021 in favour of PC High external costs of transport (noise, emissions, accidents) Mobility management awareness Several initiatives being initiated to be used as catalyst for new mobility culture Level of independence of some urban areas short distances facilitate transfer to soft modes New centralities being planned Right time (new political cycle started in 2012) 24 O T Car oriented culture my car PT choice deriving from economic and social aspects and not really a choice Planned infrastructure maybe not sufficient

25 Belgrade Likely Impacts We want to valorise the use of bicycle and walking for regular travel displacements, integrating them in the transport and mobility system Actual mobility patterns are unknown mobility data is outdated, is not representative, and consequently relying on that information to start a new planning culture can conduct to approaches not well targeted; Knowledge on local mobility situation (i.e. at municipal level) is almost absent being that knowledge necessary if a new T+LU planning is expected and if targets are to be established From actual transport plan to 2021 it is known that if no action is taken to influence demand side, and despite all planned improvements, infrastructure wont be sufficient Expected modal shares to 2021 indicate continuous growth of private cars and a decline of non motorised modes and public transport In face of lack of reliable data, the SUTP likely Impacts were established per comparison with 2021 forecasts (i.e. estimate the added value of SUTP) adopting conservative targets; SUTP scenario is defined as the promotion of mobility management measures that are aimed at maintaining in 2021 comparable modal shares to the ones estimated to 2012 New targets should be defined and impacts measured as soon as reliable data is available (i.e. actual diagnosis completed). 25

26 Belgrade Likely Impacts To achieve targets, mobility management actions need to be put in practice from now on (i.e. during the elaboration of plan) 26 Expected targets to 2021 with SUTP can only be reached with a strong focus on the attractiveness and competitiveness of the public transport system and with strategies aiming at containing the growth of private car and promoting soft modes which need to be defined and put in practice immediately SUTP measures that could be implemented from now on (i.e. while plan is developed and mobility survey is conducted) include: campaigns focused on benefits of walking and cycling (this should associate some training measures on how to cycle in the city and cycle maps and guidance on best routes) School travel plans (focused on cycling and targeting secondary schools); PT information centre and focalised PT campaign Campaigns / games with major companies and public administration favouring the use of public transport and carpooling Mobility management measures for new planned urban developments (commercial, industrial, services) Involvement of Urban Municipalities in thematic discussions on mobility management

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28 Belgrade Likely Impacts A positive result of about 106 million euro is expected, resulting particularly from congestion, environmental and health benefits of walking and cycling Compared with the business as usual, the estimated benefits resulting from the promotion of a SUTP are enormous, however they could be even enhanced and more aligned with the overall sustainability objectives that are aimed to be reached, if knowledge on actual mobility and accessibility patterns exists. 28

29 SUTP: NEXT STEPS

30 Belgrade Next steps for SUTP Mobility survey to update existing transport model is expected to start in 2013 Change paradigm Change paradigm Citizens Holistic view Knowledge to be obtained from mobility survey is crucial to understand mobility dynamics generated by different land uses (i.e. generation /attraction intensity, motives, modes and daily repartition) which are of utmost relevance to correctly plan and adequate public transport and soft modes networks to the needs and goals of Belgrade citizens. Together with survey it is expected that SUTP planning process is continued and measures & initiatives already started (i.e. projects in schools, cycling projects, etc.) could act as catalyst in this shift to a new mobility management culture. During the time to gather financing for the plan development & implementation, the process can t stop >>> Involvement of Urban Municipalities in thematic discussions, internal procedures/routines for mobility training, experience share with other cities are examples of actions that are expected to be promoted. 30 OBSERVE UNDERSTAND INTERVENE

31 Belgrade What can be expected from SUTP? Awareness Organization Strong support for the promotion of sustainable mobility and social cohesion Emphasis on soft modes networks and public transport that answers to the needs of all citizens Motivation Integration Continuously enhance of integration of land use and transport policies, looking in particular to reducing the need to travel in motorized modes To identify and look for measures specific for the mobility and accessibility within urban municipalities Capacity Building Empowering Enhance environmental, health and safety benefits from more sustainable modal choices Introduction of mobility management measures 31 AIM AND MANAGE

32 Participation, communication Belgrade SUTP plan elaboration: expected outputs Survey results will be a core input for elaboration of the plan Soft modes Which outputs from a SUTP plan elaboration? Mobility diagnosis (city and local scale) Scenarios and Specific Objectives Action Plans Public transport Urban logistics Large traffic generators (Employment & Education) Action Plans for the city/region but with looking for specific actions in each of urban municipalities along the different dimensions (act locally) Implementation Plans MM and travel awareness Change paradigm Citizens Holistic view 32 What, who and how Short, medium, long term actions Financing instruments Impacts Monitoring procedures Participation & Engagement

33 Thanks for your attention! TIS Transportes, Inovação e Sistemas, SA Av. Marquês de Tomar 35, 6º Lisboa Portugal t (351) R. Gilberto Studart, 728-2º Fortaleza Brasil T (55)

34 TIS Transportes, Inovação e Sistemas, SA Av. Marquês de Tomar 35, 6º Lisboa Portugal t (351) R. Gilberto Studart, 728-2º Fortaleza Brasil T (55)

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