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ITDP - Advancing Low Carbon Transport by Michael Replogle at GIB Summit

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Presented at the 4th Global Infrastructure Basel Summit 21 & 22 May 2014. …

Presented at the 4th Global Infrastructure Basel Summit 21 & 22 May 2014.
Read more about the world leading platform for Sustainable Infrastructure Finance at www.gib-foundation.org.
Next Summit: 27 & 28 May 2015 in Switzerland

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  • 1. Advancing Low Carbon Sustainable Transport With Standards and Voluntary Commitments Michael Replogle Presentation to Global Infrastructure Basel Meeting May 21, 2014
  • 2. Stockholm Singapore Bogota Avoid unnecessary or low value travel with smart pricing, development, logistics, supply chains, communications Singapore New sustainable transport paradigm: AVOID – SHIFT- IMPROVE
  • 3. Stockholm Singapore Bogota Shift travel to more efficient modes Singapore New sustainable transport paradigm: AVOID – SHIFT- IMPROVE
  • 4. Stockholm Singapore Bogota Improve efficiency by favoring more efficient, lighter, smaller, slower vehicles and lower carbon fuels Singapore New sustainable transport paradigm: AVOID – SHIFT- IMPROVE
  • 5. Stockholm Singapore Stockholm New sustainable transport paradigm: AVOID – SHIFT- IMPROVE Improve efficiency by operating transport networks with optimal speed & flow for remaining traffic Guangzhou Source: M. Barth and K. Boriboonsomsin. 2008. Real-World CO2 Impacts of Traffic Congestion. Transportation Research Record. Volume 2058
  • 6. www.itdp.org Program Areas • Mass Transit Improvement • Non Motorized Transport Improvement • Travel Demand Management •Sustainable Urban Development •Global Policy
  • 7. • Same level of service as high quality rail systems • Faster implementation • Much cheaper • Wider coverage • Fewer transfers • More flexible operations • Vital element of multi-modal integrated public and non- motorized transport system Bus Rapid Transit
  • 8. 0 200 400 600 800 1000 1200 1400 1600 1970 1975 1980 1985 1990 1995 2000 2005 WorldwidecombinedlengthofBRTsystems(km) BRT expansion after Gold Standard BRT Projects after Curitiba after Quito, Brisbane, & European cities after Bogotá
  • 9. Standards Spur Progress
  • 10. BRT Standard Goal: Facilitate implementation of high quality BRT systems that provide excellent customer service while operating efficiently Purposes: – Universal Definition – Planning and Evaluation Tool – Recognition System Not all bus improvements are BRT
  • 11. BRT Standard: BRT Basics (need at least 18 points to qualify) 33 points Service planning 24 points Infrastructure 14 points Station design and station-bus interface 10 points Service quality and passenger information 5 points Integration and access 14 points Point deductions - 31
  • 12. Silver Km of BRT Classified by BRT Standard – 9 countries (2014) www.itdp.org/nationalpolicypaper_part1 (2014)
  • 13. 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 1993 1995 1997 1999 2001 2003 2005 2007 2009 2011 2013 RapidTransittoResident(RTR)Ratio Km of Rapid Transit per Urban Resident Brazil China Colombia India Indonesia Mexico South Africa Colombia Mexico China www.itdp.org/nationalpolicypaper_part1 (2014)
  • 14. Endorsed by ITDP, GIZ, ClimateWorks Foundation, International Council on Clean Transportation, and the Rockefeller Foundation. In process of adoption by Climate Bonds Initiative as a criteria for Climate Bond Certification in mid-2014 More information www.brtstandard.org
  • 15. Partnerships and Voluntary Commitments
  • 16. RIO+20 Conference: 16 voluntary commitments (VCs) to advance sustainable transport by members of Partnership on Sustainable Low Carbon Transport (SLoCaT) : Rio+20 Voluntary Commitment Partners Sustainable Transport Commitment by MDBs: USD $175 b MDB plus technical assistance 8 largest Multliateral Development Banks (MDBs) Traffic safety commitments FIA, IRAP Global fuel economy standards FIA, ICCT, IEA, ITF, UNEP Low sulfur fuel standards UNEP, PCFV partners Cycling inclusive urban transport Dutch Cycling Embassy Sustainable urban mobility pilot cities UNHabitat, ICLEI, ITDP, UITP, CODATU, MDBs, etc Design standards for BRT; design standards for transit oriented development ITDP
  • 17. Rio+20 Voluntary Commitment Partners Environmentally Sustainable Transport Forums UNDESA, IDB, WB, etc. Advancing National Urban Transport Policy ITDP Sustainable Urban Transport capacity building GIZ Green freight CAI-Asia, SSCCAP Cycling inclusive transport Dutch Cycling Embassy, Velo- Mondial Doubling public transport market share by 2025 UITP Sustainable urban transport & cities WRI/EMBARQ Sustainable urban development & transport UIC RIO+20 Conference: 16 voluntary commitments (VCs) to advance sustainable transport by members of Partnership on Sustainable Low Carbon Transport (SLoCaT) :
  • 18. Emerging Sustainable Transport Partnership Opportunities • BRT Alliance • Sustainable Low Carbon Urban Transport • International Railways • Urban Electric Mobility • Green Freight • Planned City Extensions and Infill Development • Compact of Mayors I challenge you to bring to the Summit bold pledges. Innovate, scale-up, cooperate and deliver concrete action that will close the emissions gap and put us on track for an ambitious legal agreement through the UNFCCC process. UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon
  • 19. Michael Replogle Managing Director for Policy and Founder Institute for Transportation and Development Policy 1210 18th Street NW Washington, DC 20036 USA mreplogle@itdp.org 202-552-3212 www.itdp.org