b e i n s p i r e d , b e m o v e d
e T h e k w i n i I R P T N
Integrated Rapid Public
Transport(IRPTN)
12 February 2013
b e i n s p i r e d , b e m o v e d
P R E S E N TAT I O N O U T L I N E
2012/01/23
1. IRPTN PROJECT
2. Scope of Work
3. Pr...
b e i n s p i r e d , b e m o v e d
VISION AND CONTEXT
3 2011/10/24
b e i n s p i r e d , b e m o v e d
2030
Resources to
afford what the
city offers
Safe
Environment in
all areas of the
Mun...
b e i n s p i r e d , b e m o v e d
O B J E C T I V E S
5
40 months ago the Municipality embarked on a process of developi...
b e i n s p i r e d , b e m o v e d
I R P T N S Y S T E M F E AT U R E S
• Fast
• Affordable
• Integrated ticketing with a...
b e i n s p i r e d , b e m o v e d
T R U N K N E T W O R K
Nantes BRT System
DURBAN
I R P T N
INFRASTRUCTURE
 The system consists, inter-alia :
o Roads
• Road works
• Bridges
• Interchanges
• Inters...
DURBAN
I R P T N
INFRASTRUCTURE
 Median running BRT system along trunk routes
 Low entry system with level boarding and ...
DURBAN
I R P T N
RIGHT OF WAY
10
DURBAN
I R P T N
STATIONS AND PRECINCTS
11
STEP 1: REALISING THE NEED FOR CHANGE
AND MORE SUSTAINABLE LIVING
DURBAN
I R P T N
STATIONS AND PRECINCTS
12
STEP 2: SEEING IRPTN INFRASTRUCTURE AS
A CATALYST FOR CHANAGE
DURBAN
I R P T N
STATIONS AND PRECINCTS
13
STATION PRECINCT BUILT
FORM AND TODS: IYER
URBAN DESIGN STUDIO TO
SUPPLY – INTR...
DURBAN
I R P T N
CORRIDOR C1
14
Feeder / Complementary Midi Bus Trunk Bus
Feeder / Complementary Bus
DURBAN
I R P T N
CONTROL CENTRE
15
b e i n s p i r e d , b e m o v e d
I R P T N S Y S T E M C O N F I G U R A T I O N
16
Control
Centre
Depot Depot
1. ROW 2...
DURBAN
I R P T N
NETWORK AND PHASING
17
Phasing
% Trunk –
Feeder Trips
Planned
Operational Year
Phase 1
C3
25
2016
C1 2017...
b e i n s p i r e d , b e m o v e d
S E R V I C E C O V E R A G E
Currently 50% of population has
access to scheduled serv...
b e i n s p i r e d , b e m o v e d
I R P T N W O R K S T R E A M S
19
COUNCIL/ EXCO/GB
PROGRAMME
BOARD
PROGRAMME
MANAGER
...
b e i n s p i r e d , b e m o v e d
A C H I E V E M E N T S T O D AT E
 Achievements to date includes:
 MUVO Card
 Wall...
DURBAN
I R P T N
MUVO CARD
21
DURBAN
I R P T N
OUR ACHIEVEMENTS
22
DURBAN
I R P T N
OUR ACHIEVEMENTS
23
b e i n s p i r e d , b e m o v e d
O T H E R E TA I N I T I AT I V E S
24
Support Programs
Public Transport Brands
Starte...
b e i n s p i r e d , b e m o v e d
H I G H L E V E L S C O P E O F W O R K
 Delivery of change management interventions ...
b e i n s p i r e d , b e m o v e d
P R O J E C T D E L I V E R A B L E S
 Change Vision
 Benefits realisation model
 C...
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  1. 1. b e i n s p i r e d , b e m o v e d e T h e k w i n i I R P T N Integrated Rapid Public Transport(IRPTN) 12 February 2013
  2. 2. b e i n s p i r e d , b e m o v e d P R E S E N TAT I O N O U T L I N E 2012/01/23 1. IRPTN PROJECT 2. Scope of Work 3. Project Deliverables 2
  3. 3. b e i n s p i r e d , b e m o v e d VISION AND CONTEXT 3 2011/10/24
  4. 4. b e i n s p i r e d , b e m o v e d 2030 Resources to afford what the city offers Safe Environment in all areas of the Municipality Ease of Movement and Access to Opportunity Homely Neighbourhoods Clean, green city Our vision is: “By 2030, eThekwini Municipality will be Africa’s most caring and liveable city.” City’s Vision O U R V I S I O N 4
  5. 5. b e i n s p i r e d , b e m o v e d O B J E C T I V E S 5 40 months ago the Municipality embarked on a process of developing a “wall to wall” public transport plan. The following were the planning objectives: Equity of Access to Opportunity Promotion of a liveable city Rectify and enhance spatial structure Quality of Service that is Acceptable to Car Users Reduce the overall impact of transport on the environment Have a Positive Impact on the City's Economy
  6. 6. b e i n s p i r e d , b e m o v e d I R P T N S Y S T E M F E AT U R E S • Fast • Affordable • Integrated ticketing with a long shelf life • Universal accessibility • Reliable timetables • Pre-paid boarding services • Level boarding • Secure, weather protected • Aesthetically pleasing • Roller-shutter are used by the entrance/ exit space to secure the internal space at night • Developing of a station node with street furniture, landscaping, lighting and paving aesthetics • Easily accessible to pedestrians • Trunk System • Peak Period: Minimum vehicle headway of 2 minutes • Off- Peak Period: Minimum vehicle headway of 10 minutes • Feeder System • Peak Period: Minimum vehicle headway of 10 minutes • Off- Peak Period: Minimum vehicle headway of 30 minutes • Complementary System • Service is dictated by demand 6
  7. 7. b e i n s p i r e d , b e m o v e d T R U N K N E T W O R K Nantes BRT System
  8. 8. DURBAN I R P T N INFRASTRUCTURE  The system consists, inter-alia : o Roads • Road works • Bridges • Interchanges • Intersections o Associated buildings • Terminal Stations • Transfer Stations • Depots o Information and Communication Technology (ICT) o Fare and revenue collection systems o Control Centre 8
  9. 9. DURBAN I R P T N INFRASTRUCTURE  Median running BRT system along trunk routes  Low entry system with level boarding and alighting along trunks and along feeder routes where possible  Closed ticketing system on trunk routes  Open ticketing system on feeder and complementary routes  Staged pedestrian crossings with stagger  Universally Accessible facilities 9 Nantes
  10. 10. DURBAN I R P T N RIGHT OF WAY 10
  11. 11. DURBAN I R P T N STATIONS AND PRECINCTS 11 STEP 1: REALISING THE NEED FOR CHANGE AND MORE SUSTAINABLE LIVING
  12. 12. DURBAN I R P T N STATIONS AND PRECINCTS 12 STEP 2: SEEING IRPTN INFRASTRUCTURE AS A CATALYST FOR CHANAGE
  13. 13. DURBAN I R P T N STATIONS AND PRECINCTS 13 STATION PRECINCT BUILT FORM AND TODS: IYER URBAN DESIGN STUDIO TO SUPPLY – INTRO STEP 3: SEEING THE CHANGE TRANSIT ORIENTATED DEVELOPMENT
  14. 14. DURBAN I R P T N CORRIDOR C1 14 Feeder / Complementary Midi Bus Trunk Bus Feeder / Complementary Bus
  15. 15. DURBAN I R P T N CONTROL CENTRE 15
  16. 16. b e i n s p i r e d , b e m o v e d I R P T N S Y S T E M C O N F I G U R A T I O N 16 Control Centre Depot Depot 1. ROW 2. Stations, Station Precincts and P&R 4. Depots 5. Control Centre 6. ICT, Integrated Fare Management 3. Terminal Stations
  17. 17. DURBAN I R P T N NETWORK AND PHASING 17 Phasing % Trunk – Feeder Trips Planned Operational Year Phase 1 C3 25 2016 C1 2017 C9 2018 C2 (Rail) 40 2016 Phase 2 C5, C7 20 2022 Phase 3 C4, C8 9 2025 Phase 4 C6 6 2027 C1 C9 C3 C6 C6 C7 C7 C5 Umhlanga CBD Umlazi Mpumalanga Pinetown Chatsworth Rossburgh Tongaat Hillcrest Warwick Bridge City Airport Prospecton Merebank C8 C8 C4 C2 Park and Ride Transfer Station
  18. 18. b e i n s p i r e d , b e m o v e d S E R V I C E C O V E R A G E Currently 50% of population has access to scheduled services Estimated 85% of population will have access to scheduled services 18
  19. 19. b e i n s p i r e d , b e m o v e d I R P T N W O R K S T R E A M S 19 COUNCIL/ EXCO/GB PROGRAMME BOARD PROGRAMME MANAGER INFRA- STRUCTURE MARKETING, COMMS & CHANGE MANAGEMENT ITS,& IFMS OPS PLAN, PT TRANSFORMATION & NEGOTIATIONS PT MRE & REGS BOARD SKILLS DEVELOPMENT INTEGRATED CORRIDOR DEVELOPMENT IRPTN SUSTAINABILTIY INITIATIVES
  20. 20. b e i n s p i r e d , b e m o v e d A C H I E V E M E N T S T O D AT E  Achievements to date includes:  MUVO Card  Wall to Wall IRPTN Complete  Preliminary Design for Phase 1 Complete  Universal Access  Rebranding, Marketing and Change Management  Depot Upgrades  Fleet Procurement: Phase 0 Vehicle Purchase 20
  21. 21. DURBAN I R P T N MUVO CARD 21
  22. 22. DURBAN I R P T N OUR ACHIEVEMENTS 22
  23. 23. DURBAN I R P T N OUR ACHIEVEMENTS 23
  24. 24. b e i n s p i r e d , b e m o v e d O T H E R E TA I N I T I AT I V E S 24 Support Programs Public Transport Brands Startegic Program Transport Authority ETA IRPTN New PT Brand Stakeholder Negotiation Projects People Mover Transition projects MUVO Ambassador Programs Other Freight & Logistics Road Safety Plan Non- Motorized Transport
  25. 25. b e i n s p i r e d , b e m o v e d H I G H L E V E L S C O P E O F W O R K  Delivery of change management interventions that will assist the IRPTN Programme to  achieve its objectives and realise key business benefits.  Ensuring community and stakeholder participation and buy-in  Develop sufficient capacity within ETA to deal effectively with the change  Ensuring sustainability of the change brought about by the project  Work closely with “Marketing & Communications” service provider and ensure synergy between both functions 2012/01/2325
  26. 26. b e i n s p i r e d , b e m o v e d P R O J E C T D E L I V E R A B L E S  Change Vision  Benefits realisation model  Change readiness report  Change Management strategy and plan – and provide input into the Marketing  Strategy and Plan  Strategy and Plan linked to Stakeholder matrix  Stakeholders impact assessment of the change  Implementation of all of the above 26

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