Mexico´s «mobility capital» paradox Tuxtla Cd. Juarez Chihuahua León Guadalajara Cd. México 0% 20% 40% 60% 80% 100% Tranporte individual Transporte colectivo Víctimas fatales de accidentes No Motorizado viales p * 100.000 hab. 20.0 15.8 14.3 15.0 11.3 10.8 10.0 7.7 6.9 6.0 6.3 6.7 5.4 5.3 8.3 3.7 4.7 5.0 2.6 0.0 Bogotá Buenos B. Caracas Cd. Curitiba1 León Lima Montevide Porto R. Janeiro San José Santiago San Pablo1Source: CTS Mexico, 2007 and OMU-CAF 2008 Guadalajar
The Strategy: Playing the honest broker role Enabling and implementing Transit Oriented Development practices on the ground in Mexico Public Private 2008 2009 2011-2012 2013TOD Concept 2010-2012 Economic Urban Codes Monitoring adapatation Plilot Project evaluation Trasnformation and Improving «DOTS»
Main elements of progress and enablers Density From 150 to 280 people/hectare Mixed uses From 5% to 20% comerce and service Complete streets From 0% to 50% for cyclist and pedestrians Conexion to public transportation: From 1 bus stop to bus stops every 300 mts. Diverse housing tipology From 1 tipology to 3 = 60, 90 y 120 m2 Green areas From 2 m2/person to 5 m2/person
Main elements of progress and enablers ! Largest private developer for low income housing (70,000 units/year)! 3 developments • La Noria, 10,000 units • Arvento, 45,000 units • Pilares, 40,000 units! Public Life Public Space Survey! Desgin workshop with an emphasis on RS! Design Follow Up! Approval process and Construction! Monitoring
We believe that the seed of sustainable mobility is at your door step.If you live in a car-oriented environment you will end up moving by car.