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Brt workshop introduction
Brt workshop introduction
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Brt workshop introduction
Brt workshop introduction
Brt workshop introduction
Brt workshop introduction
Brt workshop introduction
Brt workshop introduction
Brt workshop introduction
Brt workshop introduction
Brt workshop introduction
Brt workshop introduction
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  • 1. BRT Experiences and Challenges Juan Carlos Muñoz Bus Rapid Transit Centre of Excellence Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile September 20, 2013
  • 2. About the BRT Centre of Excellence • Headquarters: Department of Transport Engineering and Logistics at the Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile • Instituto Superior Técnico from the Lisbon Technical University • Institute of Transport and Logistics Studies from the University of Sydney • Massachusetts Institute of Technology • EMBARQ Network from The World Resources Institute Centre for Sustainable Transport • Other researchers as Orlando Strambi / Eduardo Vasconcellos
  • 3. Our Vision BRT systems are a feasible instrument to make metropolitan areas more sustainable from the economic, financial, social, political, technical and environmental perspectives, making them more attractive places to live, work and visit. We are not a BRT Advocacy agency. Instead, we provide clear guidelines on when and how BRT projects can effectively enhance mobility and meet accessibility needs.
  • 4. Our Main Objective Develop a new framework for the planning, design, financing, implementation and operation of BRT.
  • 5. A BRT Observatory: gather, interpret and present BRT data. Major Outcomes
  • 6. BRT Observatory
  • 7. A BRT Observatory: A BRT Laboratory: gather, interpret and present BRT data. develop in-depth understanding of the factors and relations underlying system performance, developing or improving analytical methods and their supporting instruments. Major Outcomes
  • 8. BRT Laboratory LS1) Structured assessment of BRT performance LS2) Exploring the complexity of policy design LS3) From vision to promise to delivery LT2) Typology and analysis of business plans, contracts and incentives for BRT and urban mobility systems. LT3) Determine key elements of higher satisfaction for users and authorities LT5) Modeling reliability, cost, travel times, safety, comfort and other relevant variables of modal choice LO1) Explore innovative ways to manage and control BRT services O5) Create and provide a benchmark report O6) Start case studies.
  • 9. A BRT Observatory: A BRT Laboratory: A BRT Educational program: gather, interpret and present BRT data. develop in-depth understanding of the factors and relations underlying system performance, developing or improving analytical methods and their supporting instruments. deploy the knowledge gained supporting teaching, education and training for regular and long-life learning. Major Outcomes
  • 10. Educational Program 13th International Conf Series on Competition and Ownership in Land Passenger Transport Oxford, UK September 15 to 19, 2013. 14th International Conf Series on Competition and Ownership in Land Passenger Transport Santiago, Chile September, 2015. • Conference on Advanced Systems for Public Transport Santiago, July 23-27, 2012. www.caspt.org • International Workshop in Urban Transport Sustainability. Santiago, September 2-4, 2013. iwuts.cedeus.cl
  • 11. Educational Program MONTHLY WEBINAR, NEXT (eleventh): “Traffic Safety on Bus Corridors” Nicolae Duduta, EMBARQ Friday, September 27th at 11am EDT Register with lpaget@uc.cl Several International Training Programs: September 2012, Barcelona, Spain November 2012, Pereira, Colombia February 2013, Gothemburg, Sweden July 2013, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil September 2013, Oxford, UK
  • 12. A BRT Observatory: A BRT Laboratory: A BRT Educational program: Support Implementation: gather, interpret and present BRT data. develop in-depth understanding of the factors and relations underlying system performance, developing or improving analytical methods and their supporting instruments. deploy the knowledge gained supporting teaching, education and training for regular and long-life learning. Support one or more cities willing to start a transformation of their public transport system. Major Outcomes
  • 13. Support implementation Strategic alliance with the Latin-American Association of Integrated Transit Systems and BRT (SIBRT)
  • 14. Outline Today • Introduction to BRT Systems • History and current state of the BRT industry • Automated Data Collection - a new foundation for analysis and management • The Customer Experience • Near-Capacity Operations • Regulatory and contractual aspects • Critical elements of a successful bus corridor
  • 15. BRT Experiences and Challenges Juan Carlos Muñoz Bus Rapid Transit Centre of Excellence Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile September 20, 2013

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