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Sustainable Transport Saves Lives: Opportunities and Challenges for Urban India (Part 2)
Sustainable Transport Saves Lives: Opportunities and Challenges for Urban India (Part 2)
Sustainable Transport Saves Lives: Opportunities and Challenges for Urban India (Part 2)
Sustainable Transport Saves Lives: Opportunities and Challenges for Urban India (Part 2)
Sustainable Transport Saves Lives: Opportunities and Challenges for Urban India (Part 2)
Sustainable Transport Saves Lives: Opportunities and Challenges for Urban India (Part 2)
Sustainable Transport Saves Lives: Opportunities and Challenges for Urban India (Part 2)
Sustainable Transport Saves Lives: Opportunities and Challenges for Urban India (Part 2)
Sustainable Transport Saves Lives: Opportunities and Challenges for Urban India (Part 2)
Sustainable Transport Saves Lives: Opportunities and Challenges for Urban India (Part 2)
Sustainable Transport Saves Lives: Opportunities and Challenges for Urban India (Part 2)
Sustainable Transport Saves Lives: Opportunities and Challenges for Urban India (Part 2)
Sustainable Transport Saves Lives: Opportunities and Challenges for Urban India (Part 2)
Sustainable Transport Saves Lives: Opportunities and Challenges for Urban India (Part 2)
Sustainable Transport Saves Lives: Opportunities and Challenges for Urban India (Part 2)
Sustainable Transport Saves Lives: Opportunities and Challenges for Urban India (Part 2)
Sustainable Transport Saves Lives: Opportunities and Challenges for Urban India (Part 2)
Sustainable Transport Saves Lives: Opportunities and Challenges for Urban India (Part 2)
Sustainable Transport Saves Lives: Opportunities and Challenges for Urban India (Part 2)
Sustainable Transport Saves Lives: Opportunities and Challenges for Urban India (Part 2)
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Sustainable Transport Saves Lives: Opportunities and Challenges for Urban India (Part 2)

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By Madhav Pai, Director, Center for Sustainable Transport in India. Urban Mobility India 2010 Conference & Exhibition. Dec 3-5, 2010. New Delhi, India.

By Madhav Pai, Director, Center for Sustainable Transport in India. Urban Mobility India 2010 Conference & Exhibition. Dec 3-5, 2010. New Delhi, India.

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  • 1. Sustainable Transport Saves LivesChallenges and Opportunities for Urban India
  • 2. Sustainable Transport Saves LivesChallenges and Opportunities for Urban India
    Madhav Pai
    Director - India Program
    EMBARQ, The WRI Center forSustainableTransport
    Urban Mobility India
    Delhi, December 3-5 2010
  • 3. Some examples of sustainable transport practices that save lives
    Curitiba
    Bogotá
    New York City
  • 4. Highlights – New York
    Comprehensive Plan NYC
    Vision - to make New York the greatest, greenest city in the world.
    200 miles (320 kms) of bicycle network
    BRT Lite – Bus Ridership up by 30% & Bus Speeds up by 20%
    Times Square – 360,000 passengers per day
  • 5. Curitiba is the “Poster Child” of Integrated Land Use and Low Cost Transit
    Source: Prefeitura de Curitiba
  • 6. High Density, Mixed Use Along BRT Corridors
    Curitiba, Brasil
    Fuente: http://www.curitiba-parana.com/arquitetura-urbanismo.htm
  • 7. Results in the Highest Share of Active Transport (2007)
    Private Vehicle
    Public Transport
    Walk and Bike
    Source: Observatorio Movilidad Urbana CAF http://omu.caf.com/
  • 8. Very Low Emissions (2007)
    Ton per million inhabitants per day (2007)
    Source: Observatorio Movilidad Urbana CAF http://omu.caf.com/
  • 9. VeryLowFatalities (2007)
    Fatalities per 100,000 people
    Source: Observatorio Movilidad Urbana CAF http://omu.caf.com/
  • 10. Lowest Time in Transport (2007)
    Hours per person per day
    Source: Observatorio Movilidad Urbana CAF http://omu.caf.com/
  • 11. New Corridor“Linha Verde”
    Linha Verde “Today”
    Photo: CTS Brasil
    Rodovia BR116 “Before”
    Photo: URBS
    Linha Verde “Future”
    Image: URBS
  • 12. Bogotá: unprecedented change in the urban landscape and the people´s quality of life – great prestige for the mayors
    Filename/RPS Number
  • 13.
  • 14. Fatalities from Transport Accidents - 1996-2007
    Source: Ministry of Transport, Annual Statistics
    Reduction of 57% in 11 years
  • 15. Active Transport
    CARRERA 15, BOGOTA
    Fotos: IDU
    ALAMEDA EL PORVENIR, BOGOTA
    Fotos: FPPQQ
  • 16. TransMilenio, Bogotá
    15
  • 17. Change in Fatalities in TransMilenio BRTS
    Caracas Av. Corridor
    Data source: TRANSMILENIO S.A., Analysis: EMBARQ
  • 18. Photo ITDP
    Bogotá TransMilenio
    Eje Ambiental Avenida Jiménez
  • 19. Key Messages
    Challenge is large: urban and motor vehicle growth, strong barriers: financial, physical, institutional, cultural
    Predict-and-provide approach is not sustainable
    Avoind-shift-improve through active and public transport, demand management, integrated urban development
    High impact, fast implementation, low cost, structural change
    Excellent examples in developing and developed countries
    Requires political leadership to change of paradigms: people first not the motor vehicles
  • 20. ThankYou !!

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