Томас Мадрейтер. Сессия: «Мастер-план — новая пространственная политика»Presentation Transcript
smart city Wien Thomas Madreiter City of Vienna Head of the Department for Urban Development & Planning
Low Carbon Economy Roadmap 2050 EU GHG emissions towards an 80% domestic reduction (100% =1990) 2
...a hub in Central Europe with atraditionally strong position in the Danube Region
... World heritage
... a brand as a cultural capital
... but also an international showcase for environmental protection?
... a change in the economic basis of the city
... dynamic population growth since 2000Demographic development in Vienna 1750 - 2050 Demographic development accordin to census Long term demographic forecast
... a true committment to being inclusive
... #1 in the worldwide Mercer 2011 Quality of Living ranking
strategies Vienna is the City of programsstrategies
cooperation with neighbours - SUM Supports co-operation and conﬂict resolution, establish mutual trust and common understanding of regional dimension, assist in the exchange of information, provide support and management in the development of solutions to common challenges. Main issues are spatial and landscape planning as well as traffic issues.
cooperation in the metro area
Integrated planning approach
We write our plans according tosmart ideas/principles; c.g. the urban dev. plan, ...
mobility mobility96% of residents have excellent access to public transport
... or our integrated mobility masterplan, ...Modal Split in Vienna Modal Split in Vienna 100% 3% 3% 5% 10% 90% 28% 27% 80% 28% 27% 70% 60% bicyle 36% 31% 23% by foot 50% 40% car 40% Public transport 30% 20% 40% 34% 36% 29% 10% 0% 1993 2001 2010 2020
... or our climate protection plan,and our energy efficiency programm....
... participatory planning
Continuity in planning principles• Compact urban development• Development along axes of public transport• Prioritise urban renewal over urban expansion• Preserve a dense public transport network• Safeguard and improve accessibility to green spaces• Sustainable supply services and waste management
Complementary conceptsVienna is well prepared and activities High share of public transport EU SET project application: TRANSFORMation Agenda for Low Carbon Cities Project
... high standard of public services
Seestadt Aspern – the ﬁrst Smart City net zero energy net zero CO2 emissions smart city Wien+ 24
Smart city componentsand systems smart city Wien+ 25
Objective: the Project supports cities in the realisation of the EU 20-20-20 targets Results: Amsterdam Genua Integrative approaches and Hamburg concepts for energy-efficient Copenhagen urban planning Lyon Stakeholder Processes and Wien ﬁnancing strategies Smart energy Cities Planning Master Classes Smart Energy City HandbookTRANSFORMation Agenda for Low Carbon Cities 26
Vienna ranks as Number 1 in Smart-Cities comparison #1 Vienna innovation city (5)* regional green city (4) quality of life (1) digital governance (8)* in parenthesis Vienna´s position in the respective rankings 27
Conclusion• The Smart City requires a holistic approach.• To become a smart city needs a kind of change management.• understand urban life primarily as a social, and only secondary as a technical and logistic problem. You have to involve the people.• build strong partnerships between the city, the research sector and the industrial sector. Smart city is an economic opportunity.• So, focus the money on internationally visible projects• the goal is appliance, not basic research• The Smart City appreach is a fundamental economic and political issue for Europe
Thomas MadreiterHead of DepartmentUrban Development and PlanningCity of ViennaPhone +43 1 4000 email@example.comThank you for your attention