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Cornie Huizenga is the founder of CESG – Shanghai, which aims to grow and become the leading knowledge and data platform on cities and sustainable transport in China. Cornie Huizenga’s is also the ...

Cornie Huizenga is the founder of CESG – Shanghai, which aims to grow and become the leading knowledge and data platform on cities and sustainable transport in China. Cornie Huizenga’s is also the Joint Convener of the Partnership on Sustainable, Low Carbon Transport (SLoCaT), the largest multi-stakeholder partnership on sustainable, low carbon transport in developing countries.

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    China Sustainable Urban Transit China Sustainable Urban Transit Presentation Transcript

    • “What  does  (Chinese)  Sustainable  Urban  Transit  Look  Like?”   Challenges  and  Opportuni2es  for  Sustainable  Urban  Transport  in  China   Cornie Huizenga, CESG Shanghai   Green  Drinks  China,  12  September,  Shanghai    
    • Source:  h:p://4.bp.blogspot.com/-­‐1NoUdgTQesY/T7FsfC05FRI/AAAAAAAAAg4/bzVBADZq-­‐jM/s1600/DSC_1674comp.jpg  
    • Two horizontal – Three Vertical Concept
    • 1   2   3   What  Example  will  China   Follow  ?  
    • Tiananmen Square March 3-17, 2013 Source:Reuters Beijing, March 26 2012 9.35 AM Police records show 65,225 traffic deaths in 2010 (76%M, 24%F) – real number +30%??
    • Re-thinking Vehicle Ownership and Use in China http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.enpol.2008.10.008, Vehicle  Quota  Shanghai   1998  -­‐  AucLon   (about  8000  per  month)   Vehicle  Quota  Guangzhou   2012  –  AucLon+LoRery   (about  12000  per  month)   Vehicle  Quota  Beijing   2011  -­‐  LoRery   (about  22000  per  month)   Vehicle  Quota  Guiyang   2011  -­‐  AucLon   (about  xxxx  per  month)   Vehicle  Quota’s  considered/discussed/denied:  Tianjin;   Chongqing;  Chengdu;  Hangzhou;  Shenzen;  Qiangdao;   Shijiazhuang;  Wuhan   Motor  cycle  Ban’s  :  Over  100  CiLes  in  China  for  TradiLonal  Motorbikes  and  over    10  ciLes  for  E-­‐bikes   Odd-­‐  even  schemes/  Number  plate  based  restricLon  in  growing  number  of  ciLes   Low-­‐Emission  Zones  to  limit  access  for  polluLng  Vehicles  
    • BRT  in  China                      Future  BRT                      Current  BRT   Bus  Rapid  Transit  
    • High  Speed  Rail  China  vis-­‐à-­‐vis  the  Rest  of  the  World   14,200 km 5,400 km Switzerland Italy South Korea Germany Saudi Arabia Turkey France Japan Spain
    • Public Bike Schemes China:  119  Bike  sharing  Programs  in  100+  ciLes   with  500,000+  bicycles   Wuhan  –  largest  in  the  world  –  94,000  bikes  
    • Fuel  Economy  in  China  
    • CESG Knowledge and Database on Cities and Transport in China Global National Provincial Cities Districts Elements of Knowledge Base General Urban Transport Climate Change Air Pollution Road Safety Congestion Data Grey Papers News Transport Journals Pictures and Videos Best Practices Not Very Important Important Very Important
    • DATA  Expansion  over  Lme   Year   CiLes   Indicators   Time  Frame   Data  Points   Year  1   80-­‐100   200  -­‐  250   2012-­‐2000   200,000   Year  2   150   250  -­‐  300   2013  -­‐  1995   500,000   Year  3   300   300+   2014  -­‐  1990   1,000,000+   CiLes   Features  Time  Scale   Year  1  Year  2   Year  3  
    • New  Public  –  Private  Business  Model   How    to  ensure  sustainability  of  data  collecLon,  analysis  and   disseminaLon?   CESG  -­‐   Shanghai   Tongji   University   Private  Sector   Clients   Public  Sector   Partners  
    • THANK  YOU  –  AND  LOOKING  FORWARD   TO  HEAR  FROM  PEOPLE,  COMPANIES   AND  ORGANIZATIONS  WHO  SHARE   OUR  PASSION  AND  INTEREST  IN   TRANSPORT  AND  DATA   Chuizenga@cesg.biz   www.cesg.biz