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By Encourage People use More Public Transport Instead of Cars A better, reliable and efficiency public transport system come up improve the system now adjust + regulate but HOW?

By Encourage People use More Public Transport Instead of Cars A better, reliable and efficiency public transport system come up improve the system now adjust + regulate but HOW?

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  • URBAN PROCESS POLICY / DESIGN PROPOSALS TOPIC : TRANSPORT Hantao Wei
  • INDEX BACKGROUND CRISIS ISSUES SOLUTIONS POLICIES
  • BACKGROUND CRISIS ISSUES SOLUTIONS POLICIES
  • BACKGROUND
    • Adelaide Public Transport System:
      • 4,500 kms+ of bus routes
      • 11 kms of tram line
      • 15 Trams
      • 7,436 bus stops
      • 882 buses
      • 120 kms of train line
      • 85 stations
      • 94 rail cars
      • 21 Park‘n’Rides
      • 10 Safer Stations
      • 12 kms of O-Bahn track
      • 244 bus routes
      • 6 train & 1 tram route
      • 43.6 million revenue kms
      • 214 natural gas buses
      • Source: Adelaide Metro official website
  • BACKGROUND Adelaide Public Transport Network:
      • Source: Planning strategy for Metropolitan Adelaide – December 2007
    Central City Activity Centre Regional Activity Centres District Activity Centres Railway Bus go-zones Trams O - Bahn
  • BACKGROUND Central City Activity Centre Regional Activity Centres District Activity Centres Railway Bus go-zones Trams O - Bahn Zoom in:
      • Source: Planning strategy for Metropolitan Adelaide – December 2007
  • BACKGROUND
    • How Many People Own a Car / Cars in Adelaide:
      • 46% of Adelaide’s households had one registered motor vehicle
      • 41% of Adelaide’s households had two or more registered vehicles
      • Total 87% of Adelaide’s households had at least one registered motor vehicle
    13% people had no Car 46% people had 1 car 41% people had 2 cars or more
      • According to an Australian Bureau of Statistics report ( People and the Environment – Use of Resources: Transport Choices and the Environment 1998)
  • BACKGROUND
    • What Type of Transport do People use Most?
      • 78% of people drove to work / study
      • only 16% used train / bus
      • 3% by cycling
      • 3% by walking
    3% cycling 16% people use public transport 78% people drove 3% walking
      • According to an Australian Bureau of Statistics report ( People and the Environment – Use of Resources: Transport Choices and the Environment 1998)
  • BACKGROUND CRISIS ISSUES SOLUTIONS POLICIES
  • CRISIS Congestion levels will only get worse with a predicted doubling of vehicles clogging our roads by 2020
      • http://www.sfphotorama.com/2006_02_01_archive.html & http://mandar365.wordpress.com/category/car/
  • BACKGROUND CRISIS ISSUES SOLUTIONS POLICIES
  • ISSUES
    • Traffic Congestion
    • motorists are now taking 33% longer to travel during the morning peak hour
    • motorists holds up by 44 sec / km travelled during rush hours
    • average 15km working destination daily = 12 minutes delay each day
    • = 57 minutes each week
    • = 3000 minutes annually
    According to Ausroads – South Australia’s 2030 transport plan
  • ISSUES
    • Emission
    • 94% from motor vehicles
    • 3% from railways
    • 2% from commercial shipping / boating
    • 1% from aeroplanes
    According to National Pollutant Inventory Summary Report of Second Year Data 1999 - 2000 Motor Vehicles 94% Railways 1% Commercial Shipping / Boating 2% Aeroplanes 1%
  • ISSUES Petrol Prices Increment / Peak oil According to ORIMA Research Pty Ltd -- Australian Institute of Petroleum Adelaide Average Weekly Prices for the 40 Weeks to Sunday, 3 August 2008
  • BACKGROUND CRISIS ISSUES SOLUTIONS POLICIES
      • density
      • extension of public transport network
      • upgraded and extended rail system
      • link all bus network with other transport instrument, eg: rail, tram
      • improve interchanges
      • a frequent, reliable service
    SOLUTIONS By Encourage People use More Public Transport Instead of Cars A better, reliable and efficiency public transport system come up improve the system now adjust + regulate but HOW?
  • SOLUTIONS A Better, Reliable and Efficiency Public Transport System: Primary Idea -- Hierarchy transport system
      • http://www.thewellingtoncardiacservices.com/the-heart-cardiovascular-system.asp
    City Central District Regional Regional District District District District District District District District District Regional public transport system shuttle bus system
  • SOLUTIONS My Proposals Central City Activity Centre
      • Source: Planning strategy for Metropolitan Adelaide – December 2007
    Regional Activity Centres District Activity Centres Existing Railway Existing Bus go-zones Existing Trams Existing O - Bahn New Bus Line New Shuttle Bus Line
  • SOLUTIONS My Proposals
      • Source: Planning strategy for Metropolitan Adelaide – December 2007
    Regional Activity Centres District Activity Centres Existing Transport System New Bus Line New Shuttle Bus Line Central City Activity Centres Central City Activity Centre Regional Activity Centres District Activity Centres Existing Railway Existing Bus go-zones Existing Trams Existing O - Bahn
  • SOLUTIONS By Encourage People use Other Transport Instruments
      • sharing car
      • bicycle
      • motorbike / motorscooter
      • walking
    Car Lane Car Lane Motorbike Lane Bus Lane Bus Stop Bicycle Lane Pedestrian Walk Path Median Island
  • SOLUTIONS How Much You can Save by Using Bicycle More? Annual fuel cost savings (based on $1.50/litre) for various rates of regular cycling, comparing against various vehicles
      • Annual fuel cost savings (based on $1.50/litre)
      • for various rates of regular cycling, comparing against various vehicles
    According to The Australian Association for the Study of Peak Oil & Gas Fuel savings over a full year, compared with: Distance cycled each week A small car (7L/100km) A medium car (10L/100km) A large car (13L/100km) 10km $55 $78 $101 20km $109 $156 $203 40km $218 $312 $406 100km $546 $780 $1014 200km $1092 $1560 $2028
  • SOLUTIONS How Much You can Save by Using Motorscooter More? Annual fuel cost savings (based on $1.50/litre) for various rates of regular cycling, comparing against various vehicles
      • Time taken for a 50cc scooter to pay itself off in fuel savings
      • (assuming the scooter costs $2000, achieves 2L/100km and fuel costs $1.50 per litre)
    According to The Australian Association for the Study of Peak Oil & Gas Fuel savings over a full year, compared with: Distance cycled each week A small car (7L/100km) A medium car (10L/100km) A large car (13L/100km) 10km $55 $78 $101 20km $109 $156 $203 40km $218 $312 $406 100km $546 $780 $1014 200km $1092 $1560 $2028
  • SOLUTIONS How Much You can Save by Using Motorbike More? Annual fuel cost savings (based on $1.50/litre) for various rates of regular cycling, comparing against various vehicles
      • Time taken for a 250cc motorbike to pay itself off in fuel savings
      • (assuming the bike costs $4000, achieves 3L/100km and fuel costs $1.50 per litre)
    According to The Australian Association for the Study of Peak Oil & Gas
  • SOLUTIONS Combine to My Proposals
      • Source: Planning strategy for Metropolitan Adelaide – December 2007
    Regional Activity Centres District Activity Centres Existing Transport System New Bus Line New Shuttle Bus Line Central City Activity Centres Walkable Area Cycling Area
  • POLICIES Annual fuel cost savings (based on $1.50/litre) for various rates of regular cycling, comparing against various vehicles
      • Direct charges to road network users
      • An additional levy on the cost of fuel at the petrol
      • A city access charge -- congestion tax
      • Increase the annual motor vehicle registration licencing fee
      • Ensure all incomes from above will be used in public transport development or upgrade
      • The establishment of bus priority policy and busways
      • The establishment of high occupancy transit lanes for use by buses and cars with two or more people.
      • Facilitate high-service public transport routes with affordable pricing
      • Source: Planning strategy for Metropolitan Adelaide – December 2007
    • Text References:
    • An advanced transport system and interchange in metropolitan , by E. Corduff, Adelaide University
    • of Adelaide. Faculty of Architecture and Planning,
    • Adelaide Road Passenger Transport. 1836-1958, by Radciffe,J.C, Adelaide Libraries Board of
    • South Australia 1974
    • ENERGY AND TRANSPORT SUBSIDIES IN AUSTRALIA 2007 Update Final Report, by Chris
    • Riedy, Institute for Sustainable Future UTS 2007
    • Fuel for thought The future of transport fuels: challenges and opportunities, CSIRO Corporate
    • Centre, June 2008
    • BUDGET OVERVIEW Action now for the future , by Government of South Australia
    • South Australia’s 2030 Transport Plan , by Government of South Australia
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