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Regional Transportation program update 2012

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Program update the Calgary Regional Partnership's Regional Transportation and Complete Mobility program

Program update the Calgary Regional Partnership's Regional Transportation and Complete Mobility program


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  • 1. Purpose• Show how the Regional Transportation and Complete Mobility Program is moving from the planning stages to implementation stages• How the program is bringing value at the local level-working collaboratively together
  • 2. Regional Transit Why?: CMP• Accommodate pop growth up to 3 million by 2070• CMP includes cost-effective infrastructure to help achieve the proposed settlement pattern• Intensification as a tool-transit supportive• “Moving Forward Strategic Plan” – Implementation of regional transit objectives
  • 3. Regional Transit ObjectivesConnecting
  • 4. Regional Transit ObjectivesPromoting transit culture
  • 5. Regional Transit ObjectivesGenerating public awareness
  • 6. Regional Transit ObjectivesIdentifiable brandPromoting Quality of life
  • 7. Regional Transit ObjectivesTransit supportive land use-TOD
  • 8. Transportation and Complete Mobility Work Plan Priorities• Regional Marketing and Branding• Regional Transit Governance• Regional Fare Integration• Building Implementation Capacity• Transit Oriented Tool Kit Development• Private/public Contract Framework
  • 9. Regional Branding and Marketing3 current brands
  • 10. Regional Transit ObjectivesRegional vision/brand
  • 11. Regional Uniqueness
  • 12. Regional Uniqueness
  • 13. Brand: Culture and History
  • 14. Partnering for Local Pilots• Marketing and Branding RFP • Delivery of a marketing template • 2 campaigns promoting transit culture and awareness• Bow Valley Regional Transit System • Canmore to Banff new service• Pilots will help design templates
  • 15. Regional Transit GovernancePlanning to implementation stages requirescritical strategic decisionsHow will they be made? By whom?What transit governance model is best?
  • 16. Regional Transit GovernanceSteering Committee approved 4 motionsdirecting CRP:1. Explore transit governance models2. Explore CRP owning regional transit assets and operating the service3. Leading a regional study on inter-municipal connectivity4. Development a regional feasibility framework• 4 motions captured under the first 2 scenarios
  • 17. Regional Fare Integration• Longer term strategy: to develop a CRP regional fare structure• Defining a seamless trip from a customer’s perspective• Tapping into future smart card technology• Local pilot projects; regional application- Airdrie/Calgary Transit
  • 18. Building Implementation Capacity and Support• CRP and municipalities evolving together as transit implementation takes place• Learning together- one offs not efficient
  • 19. Pilot Projects Building Support and Providing Value Together• Airdrie: – Transit Review of their local services- – Fare integration pilot• Bow Valley Regional Transit System: – Marketing pilot for new Canmore to Banff service• Black Diamond/Turner Valley: – Sub regional feasibility study• Okotoks: – awaiting the outcome of the regional transit governance project• Cochrane: – Provided transit work shop support – Detailed transit strategy• Chestermere: – CRP is leading a public engagement to gauge community interest and acceptance
  • 20. Transit Oriented DevelopmentGenerally defined as a compact, walkable, typically mixed-usedevelopment near a rail stop, bus station, transit terminal or othertransit facility
  • 21. Private/Public Contract Framework• Development of a consistent contractual framework for private/public service delivery model applicable regionally• Example: Monitoring on-time performance
  • 22. Tying it Altogether• Planning to implementation presents real challenges• CRP will continue to evolve and innovate and be flexible• CRP has a vested interest in success• Local implementation success is the key for region wide success• Using pilot projects to achieve regional goals

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