Timothy Papandreou @timpapandreouy
Implementing a Vision
Great City: Excellent Transportation Choices
Bay Area Region
7 million/7,000 sq. km
San Francisco
825,000/121 sq. km
California
40 million/423k sq. km
San Francisco
Ba...
3
Create and Coordinate Complimentary Policies
Integrate
Policies
Mixed-use Land Use Plans
Travel Demand, Parking & Traffi...
Two-tiered strategy for the transport system
Transport
Strategies
Travel InfoDemand Pricing
Demand Management
Priority Tra...
5
In the next 25 years - 35% Increase in Jobs &
Housing allocation
How we are
Growing
The number of jobs is projected to g...
Major societal and system changesSF Trends
Changing
Preferences
Drop in Licenses
& RevenuesMillennialsBaby Boomers
Work An...
Major societal and system changesSF Trends
Evolving, blurring distinctions, varying benefits
and government support
Shared Modes
Public Transit
Taxis & Limos
Ridesha...
SF Private Auto Fleet Trends and Goals
1990 2000 2010 2020 2030 Goal
400
375
350
325
300
275
250
0%
PrivateAutoFleet(000s)...
10Multiple providers, agreements, insurance,
payments, routes, booking = headaches!
Silos of Systems
=
Concept: Timothy Pa...
Customer Experience
Routing
Booking
Payments
Credits/Offsets
Games/Value add
Integrated for the customer experience
Custom...
One system select route, choose mode, book it
and go!
Integration
Vision
Concept: Timothy Papandreou
Modal benefits analysis inform investment
priorities
Investment
Integration
Virtuous Cycle of Integrated Investments
Integration
Project Investment Mode Shift Effect
More comfortable bicycle
facilit...
Integrate Public Transit & Private
Shuttles
Car, bike and scooter sharing Pilots
Transport
Strategies
Expand Partnerships ...
Rapid Network Stop
Rapid Network Stop
Local Network Stop
Local Network Stop
Shared systems will need mixed use
development...
Rapid & Shuttle Boarding
Rapid Network & Shuttle Boarding Island
Shared mobility needs rights of wayOn the Street
Shared U...
18
Rapid Network Boarding Island
Rapid Network Boarding Island
Integrated for the customer experience
Shared Use Street
Vi...
19
Parking & Driving Demand Management
Transport
Strategies
Parking Management SFpark Mobility Access Pricing
20
Travel Choices: customer/commuter information
Transport
Strategies
Muni+ Integrated Information Wayfinding Program
21Complete Streets: Public Transit
Transport
Strategies
Long-term
Transit
Vision
Upgrade the
core capacity
Lines
48th Ave to
Market/Third:
25 min
Ocean Beach
to Embarcadero :
25 ...
Short Term: Transit Operational Efficiency
Transport
Strategies 23
Mid Term: Priority Network Enhancements
Pilots to test effectiveness
Transit
Strategy
25Complete Streets: Walking
Pedestrian
Strategy
Vision: Walking & Traffic Safety Strategy
Sustainable
Mobility 26
70 Miles of High Priority Segments
Need Complete Street ...
27
Short Term: Temporary Innovative people spaces
tested for n’hood economic benefits
Pedestrian
Strategy
People Walking, Bicycling, Driving, Passengers
28
Use Data to focus Investments & Enforcement
priorities
Vision Zero
6th/Market Before
6th/Market After
31Complete Streets: Bicycle
Transport
Strategies
LTS 1 Everyone feels comfortable to ride LTS 2 Adults feel comfortable to ride
LTS 3 “Enthused and Confident” will ride LT...
Less than 10% of the network is comfortable for most people
33
Travel experience of network data driven &
crowdsourced app...
34Prioritize focus on key corridors demandBicycle
Strategy
Assessment
2013
Applied
2013/2014
35
35
35
35Applying assessment analysis by corridorBicycle
Strategy
36
Example of upgrade at Valencia and Market Intersection
Bicycle
Strategy
Applying Assessment for Upgrades
Bicycle
Strategy
Identify potential areas for growth using
heat maps & sensor data
Low
Medium
High
Bicycle Mode Share
Grow...
Infrastructure
Support
Streets improved by data innovation
Bicycle Strategy
Data driven/community vetted Upgrades & Expansion
feed 5 year work plan
Develop Multi-modal Way finding &
Bicycle/Transit /Taxi/Car share Integration
Bicycle
Strategy
Shared
Mobility
Vehicle Sharing and Ridesharing
New playersShared
Mobility
New players create controversy
Shared
Mobility
Thank you
sfmta.com @timpapandreou
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Workshop on Sustainable Mobility in Future Cities - Timothy Papandreou

  1. 1. Timothy Papandreou @timpapandreouy Implementing a Vision Great City: Excellent Transportation Choices
  2. 2. Bay Area Region 7 million/7,000 sq. km San Francisco 825,000/121 sq. km California 40 million/423k sq. km San Francisco Bay Area 8 million Los Angeles 20 million San Diego 3 million Sacramento 2 million Central Valley 4 million
  3. 3. 3 Create and Coordinate Complimentary Policies Integrate Policies Mixed-use Land Use Plans Travel Demand, Parking & Traffic Management Shared Mobility Partners Bicycle Network & Facilities Walkable Streets & Spaces Local & Regional Transit Network San Francisco Transportation System Transportation is vital for a thriving City Create excellent transportation choices
  4. 4. Two-tiered strategy for the transport system Transport Strategies Travel InfoDemand Pricing Demand Management Priority Transit Complete Streets Vehicle Sharing Infrastructure Support Smart Land-Use
  5. 5. 5 In the next 25 years - 35% Increase in Jobs & Housing allocation How we are Growing The number of jobs is projected to grow from 568,724 in 2010 to over 760,000 in 2040. 4,600 housing units are under construction, with 43,000+ in the pipeline How do we grow sustainably?
  6. 6. Major societal and system changesSF Trends Changing Preferences Drop in Licenses & RevenuesMillennialsBaby Boomers Work Anywhere Everywhere Ubiquitous Connectivity
  7. 7. Major societal and system changesSF Trends
  8. 8. Evolving, blurring distinctions, varying benefits and government support Shared Modes Public Transit Taxis & Limos Ridesharing Carsharing Scooter Sharing Jitneys Shuttle services Bike sharing Transportation Network Companies Driverless/ Delivery DronesConcept: Timothy Papandreou
  9. 9. SF Private Auto Fleet Trends and Goals 1990 2000 2010 2020 2030 Goal 400 375 350 325 300 275 250 0% PrivateAutoFleet(000s) 15- 25% fleet reduction potential with significant vehicle sharing growth Trend Potential Vehicle Sharing Opportunity Vehicle & Ride Sharing Vehicle sharing potential
  10. 10. 10Multiple providers, agreements, insurance, payments, routes, booking = headaches! Silos of Systems = Concept: Timothy Papandreou
  11. 11. Customer Experience Routing Booking Payments Credits/Offsets Games/Value add Integrated for the customer experience Customer Focus Concept: Timothy Papandreou
  12. 12. One system select route, choose mode, book it and go! Integration Vision Concept: Timothy Papandreou
  13. 13. Modal benefits analysis inform investment priorities Investment Integration
  14. 14. Virtuous Cycle of Integrated Investments Integration Project Investment Mode Shift Effect More comfortable bicycle facilities = more transit capacity Car/bike/scooter sharing, taxi demand grows investments in bicycling infrastructure, facilities & programs More transit and bicycle trips = more walking and more economic development investments in walking infrastructure, facilities & programs investments in transit reliability and frequency programs investments in demand management and vehicle sharing programs
  15. 15. Integrate Public Transit & Private Shuttles Car, bike and scooter sharing Pilots Transport Strategies Expand Partnerships set Policy Expand Taxi Service Pilot 900 On-street car spaces Pilot 100 bikesharing spaces Pilot 100 E-Bikes with CarShare
  16. 16. Rapid Network Stop Rapid Network Stop Local Network Stop Local Network Stop Shared systems will need mixed use development & dedicated street space Integrated Streets Concept: Timothy Papandreou
  17. 17. Rapid & Shuttle Boarding Rapid Network & Shuttle Boarding Island Shared mobility needs rights of wayOn the Street Shared Use Pods Shared Use Pods Shared Use Pods Local Bus & Shuttle Boarding Mixed Use Development
  18. 18. 18 Rapid Network Boarding Island Rapid Network Boarding Island Integrated for the customer experience Shared Use Street Vision
  19. 19. 19 Parking & Driving Demand Management Transport Strategies Parking Management SFpark Mobility Access Pricing
  20. 20. 20 Travel Choices: customer/commuter information Transport Strategies Muni+ Integrated Information Wayfinding Program
  21. 21. 21Complete Streets: Public Transit Transport Strategies
  22. 22. Long-term Transit Vision Upgrade the core capacity Lines 48th Ave to Market/Third: 25 min Ocean Beach to Embarcadero : 25 min Wharves to Moscone: 10 min Daly City to Embarcadero: 25 min Bayshore & Hunters Point to Market St.: 25 min DRAFT22 Vision of an optimized & integrated network Transport Strategies
  23. 23. Short Term: Transit Operational Efficiency Transport Strategies 23
  24. 24. Mid Term: Priority Network Enhancements Pilots to test effectiveness Transit Strategy
  25. 25. 25Complete Streets: Walking Pedestrian Strategy
  26. 26. Vision: Walking & Traffic Safety Strategy Sustainable Mobility 26 70 Miles of High Priority Segments Need Complete Street Type Treatments by 2021 =+
  27. 27. 27 Short Term: Temporary Innovative people spaces tested for n’hood economic benefits Pedestrian Strategy
  28. 28. People Walking, Bicycling, Driving, Passengers 28 Use Data to focus Investments & Enforcement priorities Vision Zero
  29. 29. 6th/Market Before
  30. 30. 6th/Market After
  31. 31. 31Complete Streets: Bicycle Transport Strategies
  32. 32. LTS 1 Everyone feels comfortable to ride LTS 2 Adults feel comfortable to ride LTS 3 “Enthused and Confident” will ride LTS 4 Only “Strong and Fearless” will ride 32Level of Traffic Stress Methodology AssessmentBicycle Strategy
  33. 33. Less than 10% of the network is comfortable for most people 33 Travel experience of network data driven & crowdsourced approach Bicycle Strategy
  34. 34. 34Prioritize focus on key corridors demandBicycle Strategy
  35. 35. Assessment 2013 Applied 2013/2014 35 35 35 35Applying assessment analysis by corridorBicycle Strategy
  36. 36. 36 Example of upgrade at Valencia and Market Intersection Bicycle Strategy Applying Assessment for Upgrades
  37. 37. Bicycle Strategy Identify potential areas for growth using heat maps & sensor data Low Medium High Bicycle Mode Share Growth Potential SFMTA , US Census Data, Land-use & gradient analysis
  38. 38. Infrastructure Support Streets improved by data innovation
  39. 39. Bicycle Strategy Data driven/community vetted Upgrades & Expansion feed 5 year work plan
  40. 40. Develop Multi-modal Way finding & Bicycle/Transit /Taxi/Car share Integration Bicycle Strategy
  41. 41. Shared Mobility Vehicle Sharing and Ridesharing
  42. 42. New playersShared Mobility
  43. 43. New players create controversy Shared Mobility
  44. 44. Thank you sfmta.com @timpapandreou

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