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Presentation on the future of urban mobility "Urban Active" by Peter Kosak, General Motors.

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    Urban Active – Peter Kosak - General Motors - Transforming Transportation 2014 - EMBARQ The World Bank Urban Active – Peter Kosak - General Motors - Transforming Transportation 2014 - EMBARQ The World Bank Presentation Transcript

    • Urban Active – General Motors (GM)! !   Presented at Transforming Transportation 2014! !   Peter Kosak, Executive Director, Urban Mobility! !   General Motors! Transforming Transportation 2014!
    • CORPORATE DEVELOPMENT GM CONFIDENTIAL
    • CORPORATE DEVELOPMENT GM CONFIDENTIAL
    • Value and benefits around the horn. The value proposition for campus sharing is strong across constituencies Employer / Campus Employee riders •  Parking infrastructure cost avoidance •  Flexible operating expense vs. fixed expense •  Leave my car at home •  Don’t pay for gas / wear and tear •  Make different / better family fleet decisions •  Employee interaction / communication •  Preferential parking – drop-off •  Opportunity to relax •  Improved land use •  Sustainability-oriented initiative •  Social interaction •  Environmental responsibility •  Part of an innovative company GM Commuter Pooling and Around Campus Sharing System •  Reduced traffic congestion and better landscape •  Ideal application for Spark EVs strengths. •  Transportation system learning with strong partners. CORPORATE DEVELOPMENT Municipality •  Reduced environmental impact of road traffic on city 3 GM Confidential
    • •  Additional Design Images •  Including Interior Shot GM Confidential
    • Area of operation: ~3 km2 Location of main NAIP:5CP, 10 PS facilities Legend: CP – Charging Pole PS – Parking Slot School & Kindergarten: 6CP, 12 PS Meilin Apartment Complex: 6CP, 12 PS, Commercial walking street: 5CP, 10 PS Workshop & Garage for nights in the basement Shimao Apartment Complex: 3CP, 6PS EBP: 3 parking slots by 3 gates, Car-sharing Main gate: 3 CP, 4 PS;Two Side gates: administration Office 6PS Car-sharing Workshop with hoist
    • GM  Confiden*al   Page  –  6     February  2009  
    • With  OnStar’s  vehicle  connec2vity,  we  have  deep   insights  into  Vehicle  Miles  Travelled  pa<erns   GM  Confiden*al   Page  –  7     February  2009  
    • We  are  able  to  simulate  Volt  characteris2cs   onto  real  customer  driving  pa<erns   GM  Confiden*al   Page  –  8     February  2009  
    • Dis2nct  driving  pa<erns  provides  addi2onal   insights  into  electric  miles  consump2on     GM  Confiden*al   Page  –  9     February  2009  
    • The  inverse  of  trip  data  is  parking  2me…   GM  Confiden*al   Page  –  10     February  2009  
    • …and  these  parking  pa<erns  can  inform   charging  infrastructure  strategies   GM  Confiden*al   Page  –  11     February  2009  
    • A  mid-­‐day  par2al  re-­‐charge  extends  the  overall   electric  mileage  reach   GM  Confiden*al   Page  –  12     February  2009