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1 Long range Sustainable Urban Mobility Plan of Budapest László Sándor Kerényi Head of Transport Strategy BKK Centre for Budapest Transport 27 August 2014

2 Contents Key facts and figures about Budapest transport Transport development plans in the 80s and 90s The Development Plan of the Transport System of Budapest (BKRFT) Preparation of Balázs Mór Plan Introduction of Balázs Mór Plan International cooperation 2

3 Key facts and figures about Budapest transport 3

4 Key facts and figures about Budapest transport Capital of Hungary (since 1873) 525 square km 1,700,000 inhabitants - stagnating 600,000 car trips per day Complex geography and governance River Danube: transport bottleneck 4

5 Key facts and figures about Budapest transport The Metropolitan Region Two-tier municipal system in the City (since 1990): Municipality of Budapest (Mayor of Budapest) 23 municipalities (23 mayors) of 23 districts No hierarchy, but sharing of tasks PT is responsibility of Municipality of Budapest Metropolitan region (80 towns/villages): 800,000 inhabitants 400,000 car trips per day (66% of the total); 582,000 private cars 5

6 Key facts and figures about Budapest transport Basic facts of the transport network Road network: Full length of the road network: km Length of the main road network: km 9 Danube road bridges (including M0 bridges) Over 1,000 traffic signaled intersections Public transport network: Length of the public transport network: 1,100 km Number of stops and stations: Rolling stock: app. 3,000 vehicles Average circulating speed of vehicles: 16.7 km/h 1.37 billion passengers/year 6

7 Transport development plans Overview Long-term Transport Development Plan for Budapest Agglomeration (1980) Long-term Development Plan for the Connections of Budapest and the Agglomeration (1987) The Development plan of the Transport System of Budapest (2001) The reviewed Development plan of the Transport System of Budapest (2009) Sustainable Urban Mobility Planning (SUMP) Balázs Mór Plan (2014) 7

8 Transport development plans in the 80s and 90s 8

9 Transport development plans in the 80s and 90s Long-term Transport Development Plan for Budapest Agglomeration (1980) Budapest and its agglomeration were involved National housing estate development program development of public transport ( : new flats high-capacity urban rail network, diagonal metro line, city center connections) Handling of the traffic volumes from new highways and main roads M0, circular elements of the radial network of Budapest, capacity expansion of Danube bridges (Szabadság híd 2x2, Lágymányosi híd 2x3, 16% of travels are private) Traffic calming measures and pedestrian network in inner city Centralized logistics and taxi service Implementation in two steps, without deadline 9

10 Transport development plans in the 80s and 90s Long-term Transport Development Plan (1987) Based on representative travel survey Less new estates and transport projects (less financial resources) temporary solutions (tram to Káposztásmegyer) Traffic calming for the inner city: diagonal main roads New bridge on Danube in every 5 years (2000: Újpest- Aquincum, 2005: Danube tunnel, 2010: Csepel-Albertfalva) Independent bicycle chapter (weekend and leisure traffic) Parking recommendation, logistics regulation Two development periods (until 2000 and long-term) 10

11 The Development Plan of the Transport System of Budapest (BKRFT) 11

12 The Development Plan of the Transport System of Budapest System Development Plan (2001) Deteriorated transport system (public transport) European connections (Helsinki Corridors) Transport development: only reasonable, necessary measures (the support of increasing road traffic demand is undesirable) Keep the functions of the city Integration of transport modes, interoperability Target: fixed-rail transport network development Aviation, public boat transport Demand management (land use development tools, BKSZ ) Commuter bicycle traffic Traffic analysis of new shopping malls (logistics, environment protection) Two development horizons: till 2015 and long-term (designed facilities are introduced in separated projects) Deficiency: it does not contain project rankings 12

13 The Development Plan of the Transport System of Budapest Reviewed System Development Plan (2009) The document was developed by an expert team of several market professionals Milestones (planning method): Concept (interim report, 2008 June, ~50 pages) Long-term concept and recommended development plans until 2020 (2009 March, ~150 pages + ~500 pages supporting material) Approved network development plans until 2020 and the analysis of project rankings (2009 August, ~50 pages) 12 priorities: (1) decrease mobility demand, (2) improve the conditions of nonmotorized transport, (3) optimize traffic flows, (4) transform regulatory, institutional and financial background, (5) develop fixed-rail networks, (6) modernization of public transport vehicles, (7) bypass network for protected zones, (8) improve parking, (9) improve suitability of suburban and urban fixed-rail networks, (10) integration of the city and its agglomeration, (11) improve availability, develop tracks and stations, (12) freight traffic and goods transport, city logistics development 13

14 The Development Plan of the Transport System of Budapest Reviewed System Development Plan (2009) - continued Based on EU Green Paper published by Committee of European Communities Target: to support large-scale projects financed by the EU (feasibility, economic analysis) Impacts on transport demand by urban planning and financial tools Development alternatives (traffic and impact analysis) Recommended tunnels to replace missing road connections Introduction of integrated fare system New elements: congestion charging system, interconnecting tram lines The plan was approved by the General Assembly of Budapest with smaller additions (29 January 2009) Recommendation: HUF billion Decision: HUF billion Method for the ranking analysis of the approved 56 (50+6) projects 14

15 SUMP in general 15

16 SUMP in general Phase 1 Preparing well 16

17 SUMP in general Phase 2 Rational and Transparent Goal setting 17

18 SUMP in general Phase 3 Elaborating the Plan 18

19 SUMP in general Phase 4 Implementing the Plan 19

20 Preparation of Balázs Mór Plan 20

21 Preparation of Balázs Mór Plan (BMT) The City needed an engineer Transport organiser 21

22 Preparation of Balázs Mór Plan (BMT) New governance model 22

23 Preparation of Balázs Mór Plan (BMT) BKK tasks and responsibilities Transport strategy and development Organizing public transport (Budapest & metropolitan area) Determining routes, scheduling Determining traffic layouts Passenger information service Planning, ordering and control of roads and bridges reconstructions Traffic supervision Road Transport Road network operation and reconstruction management Traffic management Control and qualification of TAXI hire services Parking management Freight transport access management 23

24 Preparation of Balázs Mór Plan (BMT) Task sharing between BKK and service providers 24

25 Preparation of Balázs Mór Plan (BMT) BKK s Organization 25

26 Preparation of Balázs Mór Plan (BMT) Significance of Budapest Mobility Plan Overall sustainable urban mobility plan for Budapest Method and objectives in line with EU guides Integrated objectives of BMT in relation to Budapest development concept New, high quality strategic planning practice in Budapest Conformity with the projects 26

27 Preparation of Balázs Mór Plan (BMT) First steps of strategic planning 1. Review of Development Plan of the Transport System of Budapest (2013) 2. Strategic Environmental Appraisal (SEA) (2013) 3. Prepare the methodology of Budapest mobility planning (2013) 4. Balázs Mór Plan: set clear objectives and targets, developed measures in context of SUMP (2014) 27

28 Introduction of Balázs Mór Plan 28

29 Introduction of Balázs Mór Plan Vision Budapest is a liveable and attractive capital city with unique character and is an esteemed member of the European urban network and intends to be innovative economic and cultural centre of the country and of the city region. The main goal of transport development The transport system has to improve the economy competitiveness, ensure the welfare, liveability of the Budapest region, promote of its and the sustainability conditions 29

30 Introduction of Balázs Mór Plan Priorities of Budapest mobility plan MORE CONNECTIONS Safe, high quality. integrated transport infrastructure ATTRACTIVE VEHICLES Comfortable, environmental friendly vehicles and equipment BETTER SERVICES Efficient, reliable traffic coordination EFFICIENT ORGANIZATION Consequent regulation, regional cooperation 30

31 1 MORE CONNECTIONS 1.1. Integrated network development Intelligent network connections, infrastructural developments 1.2. Liveable streets and urban spaces Reliable maintenance and management of street space for all users, design of safe and new enhanced streetscape and public realm 1.3. Interoperable systems, comfortable and easy interchange 31

32 Infrastructure developments 32

33 2 ATTRACTIVE VEHICLES 2.1. Comfortable vehicles provide transport system that is accessible to all 2.2. Environmental friendly technologies, 33

34 Development of rolling stock 34

35 3 BETTER SERVICES 3.1. Improving services Sufficient financing of the operation, high quality transport information, intelligent transport systems 3.2. Changing attitude Improvement awareness and understanding about smarter travel choices, more information, good communication 35

36 Development of cycling infrastructure 36

37 Development of public transport services 37

38 Improved traveller information and orientation 38

39 4 EFFICIENT ORGANIZATION 4.1. Consequent regulation 4.2. Regional cooperation Provision of an integrated transport network and institutions 39

40 Improved organization 40

41 Introduction of Balázs Mór Plan Next steps Preparation of communication plan and implement the participation and institutional cooperation of BMT Preparation of monitoring and Evaluation Plan Approval of the review Balázs Mór Plan by the General Assembly of Budapest (by December 2014) Implementation of the planned measures Monitoring and evaluation process 41

42 International cooperation 42

43 International cooperation Cooperation in the review of SUMP guidelines BKK participated on the SUMP guidelines workshop (contribution to European knowhow) Case Study in SUMP guidelines about the Heart of Budapest urban renewal project SUMP guidelines were reviewed by BKK before publication 43

44 International Cooperation SUMP related activities Continuous monitoring of different funding opportunities: Horizon 2020, Climate KIC (Climate Knowledge & Innovation Community) Screening of the participation invitations, trying to select the proposals which are SUMP related and fit best for the goals of BKK These projects are directly connected to SUMP activities or help to develop the SUMP methodology Active participation in the work of international organizations (surveys, data exchange, participation in consultations) 44

45 International Cooperation R&D projects CATCH-MR CATCH-MR Cooperative Approaches to Transport CHallenges in Metropolitan Regions Main goals were: research of good practices for sustained settlement and greening transport in metropolitan regions, chances of realization within the partner regions. The Final guide compiles the main results of the three-year cooperation. It visualizes the different framework conditions in the seven metropolitan regions, presents examples of good practice, explains the collected experience and uses this as the basis for formulating altogether 15 policy recommendations. In this way, it acted as the material basis for the Final Conference. 45

46 International Cooperation R&D projects TIDE, NODES TIDE Transport Innovation Deployment for Europe: Budapest is the Cluster Leader City in Public Transport Organization cluster. The main role is to further develop two innovative concept: creation of public transport management bodies for metropolitan areas (BKK Concept) and marketing research as optimization tool in public transport. NODES New tools for Design and operation of urban transport interchanges: NODES will build a toolbox to support European cities in the design and operation of new or upgraded interchanges. BKK is one of the 9 test sites of the project. 46

47 International Cooperation R&D projects STARS, CH4 STARS Sustainable TrAvel Recognition and accreditation for Schools: BKK cooperates with 13 project partners to create accreditation system for primary and secondary schools, support campaigns (Cycle Challenge, Youth Travel Ambassadors) involving students and teachers. CH4LLENGE Addressing the four Key Challenges of Sustainable Urban Mobility Planning: The project supports the learning and applying SUMP methodology, focusing on barriers and challenges throughout the process. 47

48 International Cooperation R&D projects CASCADE, SOLUTIONS CASCADE Cities exchanging on local energy leadership: A study tour have been organized in 2013 to Milan. The aim of this study tour was to exchange knowledge about transport solutions which can help for sustainable development e.g.: (AREA C), BikeMi, CarSharing. SOLUTIONS Sharing Opportunities for Low carbon Urban transportation: aims to support the exchange on innovative and green urban mobility solutions between cities from Europe, Asia, Latin America and the Mediterranean. Budapest as a leading city will share their expertise in the development and implementation of sustainable urban mobility solutions. 48

49 Thank you for your kind attention!

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