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    • International workshop Improving Cycling Culture in Cities February 26th-27th, 2010 Tczew - POLAND Interchange Bicycle Stations: Promotion of intermodality Dipl.-Ing. Andrea Henkel Bremen Tczew Venice Grenoble Zagreb Presto is supported by
    • Content 1. Intermodality: The key to sustainable transport 2. Bike and Ride 3. Facts and Figures 4. Implementation 5. Requirements to interchange bicycle stations 6. Developing a master plan On-site training: Tczew Interchange Bicycle Stations
    • Intermodality is urban lifestyle The Demand for Mobiliy is growning. • Number of trips • Trip distribution …as a result of urban sprawl, increasing car density and diversification of lifestyle …developing society needs new mobility culture On-site training: Tczew Interchange Bicycle Stations
    • Intermodality and car density Car availabiliy grows instantly Source: National Environment Agency, Germany 2009 Number of cars per 1.000 inhabitants (complete) Germany France Denmark Norway Switzerland Luxembourg Turkey Poland 195 314 +61% On-site training: Tczew Interchange Bicycle Stations
    • Intermodality is urban lifestyle http://www.medienzentrum-siegen.de/heupel/mobilitaetserziehung/gif/800/5_platzbedarf.jpg Growing volume of car traffic means • Infrastructure demand (high level of investment) • Noise • Airpollution • Greenhousegas emissions • Decreasing life quality in the city • Demand of Space On-site training: Tczew Interchange Bicycle Stations
    • Intermodality is urban lifestyle Demonstration in Berlin: Space needed for car vs. bike Reference: Velokonzept Saade GmbH, Presentation June 2009, Berlin. On-site training: Tczew Interchange Bicycle Stations
    • Intermodality is quality of life … Valuable space of urban environment But we should not try to ban car traffic at all ! On-site training: Tczew Interchange Bicycle Stations
    • Intermodality for sustainable transport Enable Ecomobility Limited availability and practicability  The combination of different modes enables higher usability On-site training: Tczew Interchange Bicycle Stations
    • Intermodal Mobility … needs well-matched transport systems: • Operation: system compatibility, pricing, ticketing, timetables • Marketing • Information • Interchange stations On-site training: Tczew Interchange Bicycle Stations
    • Intermodality: The key to sustainable mobility Catchment area and travelling time 10-minute-radius Action scope of a dwelling site  700 m by foot; 2 km by bike Catchment area of a station –  700 m by foot; 2 km by bike Reference: „Bike & Ride“, Diegelmann/ Moser 1993 Saving time = strength of cycling Advantages until trip distance of 5 km  Contain strength and supply  Raise attractivity „Suburbanisierung, Zersiedlung Urban Sprawl“, Casestudy Budapest, Final Report, GS 00/01 On-site training: Tczew Interchange Bicycle Stations
    • Bike and Ride Advantages Problems • Compatible for city and • Comport (infrastructure, environment catchment area, tarif system, parking facilities) • Fast and flexible • topography • cheap • Safety risk • Physical activity and health • Weather dependency • Reduces stress On-site training: Tczew Interchange Bicycle Stations
    • Bike and Ride Three Options of using • Pre-transport: cycling from starting point to the station • Post-transport: cycling from station to a target (work, shopping, school)  eigther by taking the own bike (parked there) or a rent bike • Complete transport: carrying bicycle from staring point to the target by using public transport + highly flexible - big request to the quality of the station and the transport vehicle On-site training: Tczew Interchange Bicycle Stations
    • On-site training: Tczew Bike and Ride Interchange Bicycle Stations From the Programme of activation of cycling in the Tri-city Tymon Galewski: Programme of activation of cycling in the Tri-city. A presentation prepared in 2005 Map 2: Range of a 10 minute cycling and walking journeys on the map of the Tri-city. Source: ibid.
    • 5 years ago… Who would have thought about cycling in Paris? On-site training: Tczew Interchange Bicycle Stations
    • Cycling in Cities Cyclinc culture in France has changed… Lyon – May 2005 • 2000 bikes, 4000 in 2008. • Success – 5 to 8 daily uses per day Paris - July 2007 • Today, 20600 bikes and 1450 stations (1 station every 200 m or 300 m). • First ½ H : 0 Euro, Additional ½ H : 1 Euro On-site training: Tczew Interchange Bicycle Stations
    • Implementation of cycling cuture • How can we reach the change? • How to avoid these deterrent images? On-site training: Tczew Interchange Bicycle Stations
    • Implementation Key questions for the group work:  What are the biggest barriers in using bike and ride?  What would you wish as a user of bike and ride? Values …  What is important to the user in terms of bicycle parking? On-site training: Tczew Interchange Bicycle Stations
    • Implementation • Integration in cycle-lane-network • Services • Bicyle parking infrastructure • Design of Interchange Stations • Carrying bicycle on public transport • Rental services On-site training: Tczew Interchange Bicycle Stations
    • Requirements to interchange stations Depending on average duration time PRESTO Policy Guide (2010): Infrastructure On-site training: Tczew Interchange Bicycle Stations
    • Bicycle Parking Infrastrcture Basic offer for Interchange Bicycle Stations - flexible in use - Only use for minor demand http://www.wien.gv.at/verkehr/radfahren/images /fahrradabstellanlagen-4-gr.jpg On-site training: Tczew Interchange Bicycle Stations
    • Good practice Basic demand Regional Train Station in Freiburg, Germany Station of the tramline in Freiburg, Germany On-site training: Tczew Interchange Bicycle Stations
    • Good practice Sheltered, secured or supervised http://www.ziegler-metall.de/ On-site training: Tczew Interchange Bicycle Stations
    • Requirements to stands and racks • Different oppotunities to lock the bike • Giving a save standing for the bike Hinweise zur Gestaltung von Fahrradabstellanlagen Landeshauptstadt Potsdam: On-site training: Tczew Interchange Bicycle Stations
    • Requirements to stands and racks Front wheel racks: • Different types available, to use for minor demand in safe spots • Opportunity to lock the bicycle frame! Giving support on three different points of the front wheel Landeshauptstadt Potsdam: Hinweise zur Gestaltung von Fahrradabstellanlagen On-site training: Tczew Interchange Bicycle Stations
    • Requirements to stands and racks AVOID WHEEL FORK KILLERS! Examples of inconvinient racks On-site training: Tczew Interchange Bicycle Stations
    • Bicycle parking station (e.g. multistorey) - spacious, multi-storey buildings - best use for major demand - Weather proof http://www.zukunft-er.de/2009/09/20/fahrradparkhaus-in-erfurt - space saving - mostly free of charge, but high rate of vandalism On-site training: Tczew Interchange Bicycle Stations
    • Bmultistorey bicycle parking station Parking station • entrance via chip card • Charged at a daily/weekly/monthly base, useful for commuters On-site training: Tczew Interchange Bicycle Stations
    • Bicycle Parking Station • Good example at the mainstatin in Freiburg, Germany • Additional service available On-site training: Tczew Interchange Bicycle Stations
    • Bicycle Boxes • Very often poor design, but save • Can be rented for charge or deposit • Adequate for decentralised spots On-site training: Tczew Interchange Bicycle Stations
    • Design of interchange stations Kaiserslautern (Germany) mainstation • Accessible (design for all) • Information on public transport • Clear signage • Bicyle parking • Bike rental station On-site training: Tczew Interchange Bicycle Stations
    • Design of interchange stations • Poor planning: • High demand for bycicle parking at North Entrance but inconvenient infrastructure • Inside the building: three storey of unused space available! (Kaiserslautern mainstation, North Entrance) On-site training: Tczew Interchange Bicycle Stations
    • Design of interchange stations To the city center • Poor accessibility and orientation (Tübingen mainstation) On-site training: Tczew Interchange Bicycle Stations
    • Accessibility - Design for all Basic facility for public transport stations  Higher requirements in aging society On-site training: Tczew Interchange Bicycle Stations
    • Design for all • Accessibility to plattforms • Various solutions for good integration of urban design On-site training: Tczew Interchange Bicycle Stations
    • Information Pre-trip • Bike and Ride in Berlin On-site training: Tczew Interchange Bicycle Stations
    • Information All necessary information are available but hardly to orientate for visitors or the On-trip non-(yet) customers Digital real-time information On-site training: Tczew Interchange Bicycle Stations
    • Developing a master plan Aim: Establish cycling as an element of urban mobility • Integration in cycle-lane-network • Services • Bicyle parking infrastructure • Design of Interchange Stations • Carrying bicycle on public transport • Rental services …by providing well-matched transport systems On-site training: Tczew Interchange Bicycle Stations
    • International workshop Improving Cycling Culture in Cities February 26th-27th, 2010 Tczew - POLAND Thank you for your attention! More information on: www.presto-cycling.eu Bremen Tczew or contact me at: andrea.henkel@imove-kl.de Venice Grenoble Zagreb Promoting Cycling for Everyone as a Daily Transport Mode is supported by