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  1. 1. ‘Smart’ Measures 2005-2009Berlin Mobility Management Workshop
  2. 2. Content • CIVITAS II Structure • Mobility Management in CIVITAS II • 3 Case studies • Aggregated results • ConclusionsCIVITAS-GUARD  SMART Measures in CIVITAS II  17 June 2010  Berlin – D. Guikink
  3. 3. CIVITAS II Demonstration Cities (2005 – 2009)CIVITAS-GUARD  SMART Measures in CIVITAS II  17 June 2010  Berlin – D. Guikink
  4. 4. Roles for CIVITAS-GUARD 1. Support CIVITAS II in performing their: • Evaluation Activities  via Evaluation Liaison Group • Dissemination Activities  via Dissemination Liaison Group 2. Monitor the progress of CIVITAS II measures and provide independent advice for the EC (In CIVITAS Plus divided into POINTER and VANGUARD)CIVITAS-GUARD  SMART Measures in CIVITAS II  17 June 2010  Berlin – D. Guikink
  5. 5. WP CIVITAS-GUARD  SMART Measures in CIVITAS II  17 June 2010  Berlin – D. Guikink
  6. 6. WP Clusters Mobility Management Alternative Car Use Cycling and Walking CIVITAS-GUARD  SMART Measures in CIVITAS II  17 June 2010  Berlin – D. Guikink
  7. 7. WP Clusters Mobility Agencies (3) Mobility Mobility Plans (17) Management Mobility Marketing (12) Ecodriving (3) Alternative Carpooling (8) ‘Smart’ measures Car Use Carsharing (8) Cycle lanes (8) Cycling and Bike-bus (2) Walking Rental bikes (4) Safety aspects (5) CIVITAS-GUARD  SMART Measures in CIVITAS II  17 June 2010  Berlin – D. Guikink
  8. 8. Share of number of measures versus share of costs per clustersCIVITAS-GUARD  SMART Measures in CIVITAS II  17 June 2010  Berlin – D. Guikink
  9. 9. Mobility Planning 1 implementation Success of Success of 1 City No. Measure Title Outline Description outcome (b) Mobility plans Debrecen 11.05 Sustainable city-traffic Mobility workgroup composed of experts and 2 2 development plan decision makers to develop a sustainable transport plan with stakeholders La 11.02 Business travel plans Extension of business travel plan to a wider 2 3 Rochelle area, with carpool service and late night transport La 11.03 Student travel plans Information and incentives to encourage to 2 3 Rochelle switch mode for Home-to-School journeys Malmö 11.01 Managing mobility needs Information and incentives to encourage modal 3 2 of citizens and business shift sector Norwich 11.05 Individual travel advice Personalised travel planning to complement 2 1 existing Travel Plan and promote behaviour change Preston 11.06 Personalised travel Large scale, household-specific personalised 3 3 planning travel information for behaviour changeCIVITAS-GUARD  SMART Measures in CIVITAS II  17 June 2010  Berlin – D. Guikink
  10. 10. Preston – Personalised travel planning Economy City Specifics of Measure Energy Transport Society (No.) Environment Preston (11.6) Personalised travel Economy ● Car use down ● 28% of car trips planning in the form of ● Annual net present 10-13% made could be individualised marketing cost €170,843 ● sustainable made by covering 25,000 mode use up sustainable households in 3 areas, Energy 11-36% modes one covering a network of Not measured ● participants rural villages increased the Environment time walking and ● CO2 reduction of cycling by 8% 3,800 tonnes/yr ● annual veh reduction of 18M kmCIVITAS-GUARD  SMART Measures in CIVITAS II  17 June 2010  Berlin – D. Guikink
  11. 11. Preston – Personalised travel planning Economy City Specifics of Measure Energy Transport Society (No.) Environment Preston (11.6) Personalised travel Economy ● Car use down ● 28% of car trips planning in the form of ● Annual net present 10-13% made could be individualised marketing cost €170,843 ● sustainable made by covering 25,000 mode use up sustainable households in 3 areas, Energy 11-36% modes one covering a network of Not measured ● participants rural villages increased the Environment time walking and ● CO2 reduction of cycling by 8% 3,800 tonnes/yr ● annual veh reduction of 18M km Norwich (11.5) Personalised travel Economy ● 1% shift from ● 82% of planning at university and Not measured single occ participants its extension to residents ● between 50-70% were satisfied with Energy of received the information Not measured advice tried they received another mode Environment ● 80% of “try Not measured -before-you-buy” cyclists bought bikes and continue to cycleCIVITAS-GUARD  SMART Measures in CIVITAS II  17 June 2010  Berlin – D. Guikink
  12. 12. Car sharing 1 implementation Success of Success of 1 City No. Measure Title Outline Description outcome (b) Car sharing To extend the car sharing service and Genoa 9.04 Car sharing service develop a range of services across - 3 city Car sharing for business & private 2 2 Malmö 9.01 Car sharing service for city travel Implementation of a new car- Toulouse 9.02 sharing service linked to PT Car sharing service for conurbation 1 1 services Expansion and diversification of Range of car sharing services across 3 3 Venice 9.04 city the car-sharing schemeCIVITAS-GUARD  SMART Measures in CIVITAS II  17 June 2010  Berlin – D. Guikink
  13. 13. Genoa – Car sharing Economy City Specifics Energy Transport Society No. Environment Genoa ● Expanded ● The scheme had Between 2005 & 2008: Between 2004 & 2008: 9.04 and range of achieved ‘breakeven’ car sharing status until September ● Car sharing fleet ● Awareness of service services in the 2008 increased from 16 to 96 increased from 54% to 69% city ● Stakeholder ● Energy savings of 0.58 ● Monthly users increased ● Willingness to use service engagement, MJ/km per vehicle in the from 417 to 1820 increased from 19% to 41% campaigns and urban area publicity ● Parking spaces ● The main reasons for use ● Average fuel savings of increased from 15 to 52 were lack of access to a 477 litres per year. private car and convenience ● The main journey purposes for use were shopping and leisure travel.CIVITAS-GUARD  SMART Measures in CIVITAS II  17 June 2010  Berlin – D. Guikink
  14. 14. Genoa – Car sharing Economy City Specifics Energy Transport Society No. Environment Genoa ● Expanded ● The scheme had Between 2005 & 2008: Between 2004 & 2008: 9.04 and range of achieved ‘breakeven’ car sharing status until September ● Car sharing fleet ● Awareness of service services in the 2008 increased from 16 to 96 increased from 54% to 69% city ● Stakeholder ● Energy savings of 0.58 ● Monthly users increased ● Willingness to use service engagement, MJ/km per vehicle in the from 417 to 1820 increased from 19% to 41% campaigns and urban area publicity ● Parking spaces ● The main reasons for use ● Average fuel savings of increased from 15 to 52 were lack of access to a 477 litres per year. private car and convenience ● The main journey purposes for use were shopping and leisure travel. Malmö ● Car sharing ● 300,000 SEK monthly ● Modal shift from public ● 65% of people were aware 9.01 service for the profit from service achieved transport to the car is of car sharing city in 2008 reported, but there are ● Car access without ● Stakeholder ● 59% of the energy used significant data ownership and cost savings engagement, by system vehicles was weaknesses were the main reasons cited campaigns and from sustainable fuels for joining the car sharing publicity ● Monthly carbon scheme emissions reductions of 42%CIVITAS-GUARD  SMART Measures in CIVITAS II  17 June 2010  Berlin – D. Guikink
  15. 15. Bike rental schemes 1 implementation Success of Success of 1 City No. Measure Title Outline Description outcome (c) Cycle rental and loan schemes Burgos 9.06 City bike scheme Cycle loan scheme and cycling 3 3 promotion Krakow 9.07 Bicycle renting Cycle renting scheme 2 - La 9.02 Bike sharing Cycle sharing scheme; cycling promotion 2 3 Rochelle Toulouse 11.02 Promotion of bicycle use and Cycling policy development and Cycle 3 3 integration with PT services rental system; cycling promotionCIVITAS-GUARD  SMART Measures in CIVITAS II  17 June 2010  Berlin – D. Guikink
  16. 16. Burgos – Bike rental scheme Economy City Specifics Energy Transport Society No. Environment Burgos ● Bike loan scheme ● 3€ for card, then ● Subscribers Sep 08 = ● Awareness 9.06 ‘Bicibur’ in 8 free use 3464. increased from 57% locations, with about ● Average operating ● Loans increased from (2007) to 80% (2008 250 cycles cost (07) 558/month 2006 to ● Good acceptance ● Real time control €10.69/user or 1440/month (50/day) among citizens system allowing 2 about €26k in in 2008 (55% positively hours’ use 2007 ● With other measures, support, 22% ● Education and ● Revenue €3/user modal split 04-08: against) marketing to or about €3125 in Cycling 1.8% to promote the scheme 2007 9.2%; car 37% to during 2007 32%CIVITAS-GUARD  SMART Measures in CIVITAS II  17 June 2010  Berlin – D. Guikink
  17. 17. Burgos – Bike rental schemeCIVITAS-GUARD  SMART Measures in CIVITAS II  17 June 2010  Berlin – D. Guikink
  18. 18. WP Clusters Mobility Agencies (3) Mobility Mobility Plans (17) Management Mobility Marketing (12) Ecodriving (3) Alternative Carpooling (8) ‘Smart’ measures Car Use Carsharing (8) Cycle lanes (8) Cycling and Bike-bus (2) Walking Rental bikes (4) Safety aspects (5) CIVITAS-GUARD  SMART Measures in CIVITAS II  17 June 2010  Berlin – D. Guikink
  19. 19. Increase in the Clean Vehicle Fleet Some CIVITAS II Facts & (700 vehicles) Other Figures 2% Hybrid Electric 1% • Over 200 measures EuroV 4% 3% implemented Euro IV CNG / Other • 3150 new carpoolers attracted 8% Gas 30% • 60 km of cycle lanes and 950 cycle parks Soot Filters • 2900 rental bikes installed 12% • extension/installation of 13 LEZ • reduction of car trips 12% • 89% less congestion in LEZ LPG 20% Biodiesel 20% • travel times savings up to 25% • fuel savings up to 8% • Forum Members: 72 (2005) , 170 (2009), representing 60 million EU inhabitantsCIVITAS-GUARD  SMART Measures in CIVITAS II  17 June 2010  Berlin – D. Guikink
  20. 20. Conclusions (1) • Smart schemes had a marked and often measurable impact. • The mobility agencies resulted in higher awareness concerning sustainable transport modes. • Mobility plans and marketing were successful in reducing private car trips, especially when actions were targeted at specific groups. • The eco-driving measures showed significant short term savings. • Successful measures were accompanied by parallel projects which made car less attractive (e.g. parking charges or access restrictions).CIVITAS-GUARD  SMART Measures in CIVITAS II  17 June 2010  Berlin – D. Guikink
  21. 21. Conclusions (2) • Car pooling and car sharing can support a new culture of car use. • People using carpool and shared cars do so by choice, so schemes should be tailored to their needs.CIVITAS-GUARD  SMART Measures in CIVITAS II  17 June 2010  Berlin – D. Guikink
  22. 22. Conclusions (2) • Car pooling and car sharing can support a new culture of car use. • People using carpool and shared cars do so by choice, so schemes should be tailored to their needs. • Building cycle lanes and parking facilities leads to an increase in cycle flows. • Strong and very visible promotion of cycling helps to change the minds of planners and politicians • Overall, cycle rental schemes were appreciated and used at a satisfactory level. Investment and operational costs are an issueCIVITAS-GUARD  SMART Measures in CIVITAS II  17 June 2010  Berlin – D. Guikink
  23. 23. ‘Smart Measures in CIVITAS,CIVITAS-GUARD  SMART Measures in CIVITAS II  17 June 2010  Berlin – D. Guikink
  24. 24. ‘Smart Measures in CIVITAS, Small steps for men but important steps for mankind’CIVITAS-GUARD  SMART Measures in CIVITAS II  17 June 2010  Berlin – D. Guikink
  25. 25. Contact • Project Manager: Don Guikink, D.Guikink@dtvconsultants.nl • Evaluation Manager: Mike McDonald, m.mcdonald@soton.ac.uk • Process Evaluation: Roman Klemenschitz, roman.klemenschitz@boku.ac.atCIVITAS-GUARD  SMART Measures in CIVITAS II  17 June 2010  Berlin – D. Guikink

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