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Euromontana presentation:
- some EU and French data on mobility
- the TADOU good practice
- further suggestions of GP still to analyse

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  • 1. Your logo HereCP3 – European data and TADOU good practice (France)Marie GuittonShetland meeting, 28-30/09/2012
  • 2. Your logo Here Summary of work done• Search for general data on mobility and sustainable transport at EU level – Documents review – First contact with DG Move• Some data for France• Search for GP from various EU countries – TADOU, transport on demand, Franche-Comté, France – Alpine bus, Switzerland – Approach to coordinate offers on neighbouring territories, Auvergne, France – PIMMS – Information and multi-service mediation point 2
  • 3. Your logo Here Content of the presentation• Data at EU level• Data for France• GP from various EU countries – TADOU, transport on demand, Franche-Comté, France – Alpine bus, Switzerland – Approach to coordinate offers on neighbouring territorias, Auvergne, France – PIMMS – Information and multi-service mediation point 3
  • 4. Your logo Here Some data on mobility in EU• Communication 1998/0431 from the Commission to the Council, the European Parliament, the Committee of the Regions and the Economic and Social Committee - Developing the citizens network - Why good local and regional passenger transport is important, and how the European Commission is helping to bring it about – Acknowledgment of the need of good transport systems to contribute to economical development, to employment, and to reduction of traffic-jams and for a better environmental protection and to avoid social exclusion. – Description of the case of rural areas where private cars have become necessary whereas the offer of public transport is decreasing, limiting the access to services to the population without a car. The EC will collect cases on specific services in rural areas. 4
  • 5. Your logo Here Some data on mobility in EU• Total passenger transport activities in the EU27 by any motorized means of transport in 2009: – on average 13.063 km per person (transport activities between the EU and the rest of the world not included). – Passenger cars accounted for 73.5% of this total• Passenger car stock in EU-27 (2009): 236,1 M• Motorisation: 473 cars/1000 persons 5
  • 6. Your logo Here Content of the presentation• Data at EU level• Data for France• GP from various EU countries – TADOU, transport on demand, Franche-Comté, France – Alpine bus, Switzerland – Approach to coordinate offers on neighbouring territories, Auvergne, France – PIMMS – Information and multi-service mediation point 6
  • 7. Your logo Here Some data on mobility in France• Population: 21% of French population in periurban areas, 18% in rural areas• Car: – About 35M cars in France for 65M inhabitants (about 700 cars for 1000 adults). – About 20M cars circulate in rural and peri- urban areas and produce about 40Mt CO2 (8% of total CO2 emissions in France). 7
  • 8. Your logo Here Some data on mobility in France• Calculation of the number of km driven everyday: – Proximity urban mobility (cities): 119 in 2002, 114 in 2008, 92 to 112 estimated in 2030 – Proximity rural, peri-urbain and town mobility: 232 in 2002, 223 in 2008, 201 to 245 estimated in 2030 – Long-distance mobility: 114 in 2002, 122 in 2008, 179 to 183 estimated in 2030• In rural areas, between 9 and 16% of population has a public transport line at less that 1km. 8
  • 9. Your logo Here Content of the presentation• Data at EU level• Data for France• GP from various EU countries – TADOU, transport on demand, Franche-Comté, France – Alpine bus, Switzerland – Approach to coordinate offers on neighbouring territories, Auvergne, France – PIMMS – Information and multi-service mediation point 9
  • 10. Your logo Here TADOU – Transport on demand• Service proposed on demand to the inhabitants of the Central Doubs.• Aims at fighting again the isolation of people without private means of transportation and of disabled persons, by offering them a cheap offer of transport to travel on the territory of Central Doubs.• A commission of local elected representative regularly meets to improve the service. 10
  • 11. Your logo Here Localisation• Mixte syndicate of Central Doubs, covering 6 communities of municipalities in the département of Doubs – 119 municipalities – about 900 km² – population of 34000 inhab – density of 37.8km² 11
  • 12. Your logo Here Origin and development• idea from 2004• service created in 2006• Improvements since thanks to the TADOU Commission 12
  • 13. Your logo Here Bodies involved• Commission of land planning and mobility 20 elected people from the TADOU territory.Meet every two months• 1 Taxi company selected by the Commission to carry out the service after a call for tender. 9 taxis with 1 for wheel chairs• Central desk to collect the demands: staff of the mixt syndicate 13
  • 14. Your logo Here Process and detailed content (1)• Transport of people on the territory of Central Doubs and to 8 bus stations not in the territory (end-stations of bus lines to Besançon)• From Monday to Saturday between 6.00 am and 07.30 pm (except on bank holidays).• Users – For inhabitant of the territory, – up to 20 times/ month after having registered to the service. – Children:accompanied by an adult if <10; with authorisation letter if >10 and <18. – Accompanying person for free with disabled person. – Price divided by 2 if booking for several persons. 14
  • 15. Your logo Here Process and detailed content (1)• Service to be ordered/cancelled at least 1 day before the travel. Booking office open from Monday to Friday between 8.00 and 11.00 am.• To make the service more efficient, the booking office can group together trips and may also modify the booked travelling time/cancel the trip. The user is informed at least the day before the foreseen travel.• Written rules to be accepted by users prior to the service 15
  • 16. Your logo Here Financial framework• Funding: mainly the Conseil Général and European funds, participation of the municipalities of the territory• Users participation:   Prices Kilometers A: booking more than B: booking less than 4 4 days before travel days before travel 1 to 11 km 3€ 6€ 12 to 25 km 5€ 10€ 26 to 65 km 7.5€ 15€ 66 to 100 km 10.5€ 21€ 16
  • 17. Your logo Here Detailed description of the practice• Effectiveness – results– reaches the objectives of providing a cheap mean to travel and access the services within the area– About 400 users per month. In November 2011 was transported the 25000 user (after 5 years of existence).• Possible success factors– Commission of land planning and mobility: 20 elected people from the municipalities involved, meeting every 2 months and ensure that the service is improved.– The feedbacks of users collected when they book a new trip.– Demands for going to Besançon• Difficulties encountered– service improved since its creation in 2006. 17
  • 18. Your logo Here Lessons learnt from the practice• Real involvement of local elected people (TADOU Commission)• Adaptation and improvement of the service (TADOU Commission)• Public funds needed: private participation not enough• TADOU regulation prevents from having disputes• Linkage with other transport lines: link with bus lines to reach the main city in the surrounding 18
  • 19. Your logo Here TADOU – still to be done• More information to be collected – interview of booking office (one interview done, another to be conduted) 19
  • 20. Your logo Here Good practices – work to be done• Looking for information and analysis on: – Alpine bus, Switzerland – Approach to coordinate offers on neighbouring territories, Auvergne, France – PIMMS – Information and multi-service mediation point 20
  • 21. Your logo Here Good practice – Alpine Bus• Association for the access by public transport to Swiss mountain regions• Objective: to offer common transport where there is no public offer• Work in touristic regions• Local partnerships are set up, including with local enterprises 21
  • 22. Your logo HereGood practice – Coordinating transport offerson neighbouring territories, Auvergne, France • Beginning of a voluntary work to coordinate the authorities in charge of transport in the region • Currently 13 authorities involved • Objectives: to coordinate and to simplify • Concrete projects: central of mobility, work on ticketing, etc. 22
  • 23. Your logo Here Good practice - PIMMS• Information and multi-service mediation point:– One objective is to maintain the opening of services that would have closed else (e.g.: PIMMS of the Canton de Chauffailles– Several services on the same site: • Info on transport and selling of tickets • Public services on employment, social issues, etc. • Water and electricity services • Support for using IT, for managing family budget, paying taxes, … 23