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Bizkaiko Foru             Diputación Foral
    Aldundia                  de Bizkaia




    “@Bilbao 2001: The New Mobilit...
Contents
    n Where do we stand today?
    n Vision… and Leadership
    n From Vision to Reality
    n Next Steps in Bilb...
Where do we stand today?

    n   Partial deployment, the easy part:
        – New Metropolitan Traffic Control Center
   ...
At least now, we know more precisely what is
    happening in our own turf




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Where do we stand today?
    n   Joint deployment among institutions:
        – Traffic information: cooperation among cit...
Where do we stand today?

    n   ITS: a unique
        cooperation opportunity
        for joint policy and action      A...
Vision … and Leadership
                                         RADICAL changes




                     Known           ...
Vision… and Leadership
                         RADICAL changes



             Known                         Unknown
    ...
Vision… and Leadership
                          RADICAL changes



             Known                                Unkn...
Vision… and Leadership
                           RADICAL changes


                         PROPHET
               Known ...
Vision… and Leadership
                                 RADICAL changes


                                          STATES...
Vision… and Leadership
     n   But, ITS Deployment requires:
         – cooperation among institutions
         – a new w...
Vision… and Leadership
     n   Achieving cooperation among public
         institutions:
         – Appeal to common valu...
From Vision to Reality

     n   At this point, we are:
         – Identifying our transport needs
         – Examining te...
From Vision to Reality
     n   Basic questions:
         – The future will come, but can we be pro-active by going
      ...
From Vision to Reality

     n   Still more questions regarding cooperation
         between the public and the private se...
Next Steps in Bilbao

     n Strengthen “Bilbao Access 2010” Forum
     n Support ERTICO´s “ITS City Pioneers”
     n Coop...
Next Steps in Bilbao
     n Eventually, we will have to break old
       monopolies and open up the transport sector for
 ...
Next Steps in Bilbao

     n Perhaps, we should look to TeleComs and
       Energy, where new technologies and
       orga...
n We hope to make Bilbao and the Basque
       Country into one of the leading examples of the
       new approach to tran...
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  1. 1. Bizkaiko Foru Diputación Foral Aldundia de Bizkaia “@Bilbao 2001: The New Mobility” José Félix Basozabal Minister of Public Works and Transport Diputación Foral de Bizkaia 2nd European Congress on ITS The City at your Fingertips Bilbao, June 20-23, 2001 1 1
  2. 2. Contents n Where do we stand today? n Vision… and Leadership n From Vision to Reality n Next Steps in Bilbao 2
  3. 3. Where do we stand today? n Partial deployment, the easy part: – New Metropolitan Traffic Control Center – New redundant road segments – Real time info on Metro and some bus stops – Bus fleet real-time management systems – Web presence with real-time road info + SMS + WAP, etc. 3
  4. 4. At least now, we know more precisely what is happening in our own turf 4
  5. 5. Where do we stand today? n Joint deployment among institutions: – Traffic information: cooperation among city, metropolitan and regional centers – Public Transport: < A complex network with many operators and agencies < Joint information: a goal within reach < Joint ticketing: further along the line – Parking policy: < Critical for both traffic and public transport < Information availability and pricing policies, soon to be coordinated 5
  6. 6. Where do we stand today? n ITS: a unique cooperation opportunity for joint policy and action Auto Telecom Roads Manufacturers Providers Depts n Till now, here and elsewhere: consistent Motorway Police Operators Depts sub-optimizing Finance Media Providers n How can we exploit ITS unifying potential? Public Transport 6
  7. 7. Vision … and Leadership RADICAL changes Known Unknown Solution Solution Our problems typology SMALL changes Adapted from a presentation by Marc J. Roberts Harvard School of Public Health 7
  8. 8. Vision… and Leadership RADICAL changes Known Unknown Solution Solution COACH SMALL changes n A Coach: – He knows the rules of the game – People accept him as an expert – Leadership is easy 8
  9. 9. Vision… and Leadership RADICAL changes Known Unknown Solution Solution THERAPIST n A Therapist: SMALL changes – He/she possesses certain expertise – Still it requires a joint search for the solution – As a leader, you delegate on the organization 9
  10. 10. Vision… and Leadership RADICAL changes PROPHET Known Unknown Solution Solution SMALL changes n A Prophet: – “I know what to do and I am convinced” – “Those who question me are heretics” – A leader who does not accept interpretations 10
  11. 11. Vision… and Leadership RADICAL changes STATESMAN Known Unknown Solution Solution SMALL changes n A Statesman: – Many options to accomplish his vision – Most of our understanding is imperfect – Different people see the world differently – Ambiguity and the embracing of contradictions 11
  12. 12. Vision… and Leadership n But, ITS Deployment requires: – cooperation among institutions – a new web of relationships with RADICAL changes the private sector STATESMAN n The role of the Statesman is then Known Unknown even more difficult, as he sails Solution Solution into unchartered waters n Still his sense of responsibility will be his main guiding star SMALL changes This is one of the main issues for this Congress 12
  13. 13. Vision… and Leadership n Achieving cooperation among public institutions: – Appeal to common values – Develop a common problem definition – Agree on a common policy action program – Accept ambiguity as essential for coalition building n Socio-technical systems are not clocks n Systemic complexity or managing chaos 13
  14. 14. From Vision to Reality n At this point, we are: – Identifying our transport needs – Examining technological issues – Sure that a holistic approach is needed – Convinced that time, patience and new mindsets are a must – Working hard to develop a robust coalition for the long run 14
  15. 15. From Vision to Reality n Basic questions: – The future will come, but can we be pro-active by going there sooner? – Which is the right scale for policy action? How do we relate the local and the regional, the national and the European scales? – Which is the best approach: < Top-down? (The familiar old approach?) < Bottom-up? (New and unchartered waters?) < Some combination? 15
  16. 16. From Vision to Reality n Still more questions regarding cooperation between the public and the private sectors: – Is the EC funding approach valid for smaller geographical scales? – Have local authorities to ask for national or European involvement? – Or, do National or European Agencies have to foster cooperation at the local level? 16
  17. 17. Next Steps in Bilbao n Strengthen “Bilbao Access 2010” Forum n Support ERTICO´s “ITS City Pioneers” n Cooperative Projects among Public Institutions n ITS Latin (Spain, Southern Europe, L.America) n Public-Private cooperation: – The example of the Congress organization – Seed money for actual deployment exercises? 17
  18. 18. Next Steps in Bilbao n Eventually, we will have to break old monopolies and open up the transport sector for competition n We need to do this on the grounds of equity, economics and efficiency n However, till now “privatization” is far from satisfactory results with no winner examples (old wine in new bottles) 18
  19. 19. Next Steps in Bilbao n Perhaps, we should look to TeleComs and Energy, where new technologies and organizational schemes have brought along profound changes and benefits n Do we have to define a new Mobility Paradigm? n That paradigm will certainly incorporate ITS… but also IST (Information Society Technologies) 19
  20. 20. n We hope to make Bilbao and the Basque Country into one of the leading examples of the new approach to transport and cities n We are opening our doors to new partners, might that be you? Thank you for your attention! 20
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