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Presentation at the Australian Bicycle Conference in Adelaide 18-19 January 2010.

Presentation at the Australian Bicycle Conference in Adelaide 18-19 January 2010.

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  • 1. Architecture
    Australian Cycling Conference
    Adelaide 2010
    Engineering
    Project Management
    Landscape
  • 2. CRISP
    (Cycle Route Implementation and Stakeholder Plan)
    Examples in the UK and Australia and Lessons Learned
    Richard V Jones
    COMPLETE Urban, QLD
    Nathan Parish
    COMPLETE Urban, NSW
    Nigel Coates
    Launceston City Council, TAS
  • 3.
    • Introduction to CRISP
    • 4. The UK Experience & lessons learnt
    • 5. The Australian Experience & lessons learnt
  • Cycling Popularity
    London 500,000 cyclists / day (2006)
    Sydney 120,000 cyclists / day (2005)
    Sydney - 23% increase in 4 years (2001–2005)
    London - 23% increase in 1 year (2003-2004)
    Cycling in the UK!
  • 6.
  • 7. Introduction
    Mayor of London’s Transport Strategy 2001
    Task Force established in 2002 -> London Cycle Network Plus (LCN+) Program
    2004 -> London Cycling Action Plan (LCAP) formalised
    Cycle Route Implementation and Stakeholder Plan (CRISP) -> to satisfy these objectives
    Total of 286 CRISP Reports
    950km of Cycle Routes
    Lengths between 0.5km and 15km
  • 8. What is a CRISP?
    (Cycle Route Implementation and Stakeholder Plan)
    The Purpose of a CRISP Study
    Main aims of the CRISP process are to:
    • Raise the profile of cycling
    • 9. Substantially increase levels of cycling
    • 10. Improve the quality of the network
    • 11. Provide a cohesive network and a coherent approach to implementation
    • 12. Provide the optimal route for cyclists
    • 13. Include stakeholders at an early stage
    • 14. Provide a costed program and encourage long term project planning
    • 15. Prioritise work along the Link
    • 16. Tackle the tough issues along the Link
  • CRISP Team
    • Consultant – guidance and engineering experience
    • 17. Council Cycling Officer – Strategic viewpoint of local authority
    • 18. Local Stakeholder – local knowledge
    • 19. Transport for London – Viewpoint of TLRN
    • 20. LCN+ - strategic view of entire network
  • The CRISP Process
    Pre-CRIM Report
    Cycle Route Inspection Meeting (CRIM)
    CRISP Report – DRAFT for consultation with the CRISP Team
    CRISP Report - FINAL
  • 21.
  • 22. Nathan Parish – UK Example
  • 23. Nathan Parish – UK Example
    • A406 CRISP Study
  • Nathan Parish – UK Example
    • A406 CRISP Study
    • 24. CRISP Process
  • Nathan Parish – UK Example
    • A406 CRISP Study
    • 25. CRISP Process
    • 26. Stage 1 : Pre-CRIM Report
  • Nathan Parish – UK Example
    • A406 CRISP Study
    • 27. CRISP Process
    • 28. Stage 1 : Pre-CRIM Report
    • 29. Introduces study
    • 30. Describes route
    • 31. Questionnaire results
    • 32. Identifies stakeholders
  • Nathan Parish – UK Example
    • A406 CRISP Study
    • 33. CRISP Process
    • 34. Stage 1 : Pre-CRIM Report
    • 35. Introduces study
    • 36. Describes route
    • 37. Questionnaire results
    • 38. Identifies stakeholders
    • 39. Lessons Learned
    • 40. Questionnaire response rate
  • Nathan Parish – UK Example
    • A406 CRISP Study
    • 41. CRISP Process
    • 42. Stage 1 : Pre-CRIM Report
    • 43. Stage 2 : CRIM
  • Nathan Parish – UK Example
  • Nathan Parish – UK Example
  • Nathan Parish – UK Example
    • A406 CRISP Study
    • 58. CRISP Process
    • 59. Stage 1 : Pre-CRIM Report
    • 60. Stage 2 : CRIM
    • 61. Stage 3 : Draft CRISP Report
  • Nathan Parish – UK Example
    • A406 CRISP Study
    • 62. CRISP Process
    • 63. Stage 1 : Pre-CRIM Report
    • 64. Stage 2 : CRIM
    • 65. Stage 3 : Draft CRISP Report
    • 66. Data sheets
    • 67. Budget construction costs
    • 68. Proposed programme
  • Nathan Parish – UK Example
    • A406 CRISP Study
    • 69. CRISP Process
    • 70. Stage 1 : Pre-CRIM Report
    • 71. Stage 2 : CRIM
    • 72. Stage 3 : Draft CRISP Report
    • 73. Data sheets
  • Nathan Parish – UK Example
    • A406 CRISP Study
    • 74. CRISP Process
    • 75. Stage 1 : Pre-CRIM Report
    • 76. Stage 2 : CRIM
    • 77. Stage 3 : Draft CRISP Report
  • Nathan Parish – UK Example
  • Nathan Parish – UK Example
    • A406 CRISP Study
    • 88. CRISP Process
    • 89. Stage 1 : Pre-CRIM Report
    • 90. Stage 2 : CRIM
    • 91. Stage 3 : Draft CRISP Report
    • 92. Stage 4 : Final CRISP Report
  • Nathan Parish – UK Example
    • A406 CRISP Study
    • 93. CRISP Process
    • 94. Stage 1 : Pre-CRIM Report
    • 95. Stage 2 : CRIM
    • 96. Stage 3 : Draft CRISP Report
    • 97. Stage 4 : Final CRISP Report
    • 98. Review meeting
    • 99. Issue Final CRISP Report
  • Nathan Parish – UK Example
  • Nigel Coates – AUS Example
  • 106. Nigel Coates – AUS Example
    • Launceston Bike Plan 2004
  • Nigel Coates – AUS Example
    • Launceston Bike Plan 2004
    To create safe commuting routes and improve
    the safety of streets for cycling
  • 107. Nigel Coates – AUS Example
    • Launceston Bike Plan 2004
    • 108. Launceston Cycling Infrastructure Strategy 2009
  • Nigel Coates – AUS Example
    • Launceston Bike Plan 2004
    • 109. Launceston Cycling Infrastructure Strategy 2009
    Hierarchy of Solutions
  • 110. Nigel Coates – AUS Example
    • Launceston Bike Plan 2004
    • 111. Launceston Cycling Infrastructure Strategy 2009
    Hierarchy of Solutions
    • Traffic reduction
  • Nigel Coates – AUS Example
    • Launceston Bike Plan 2004
    • 112. Launceston Cycling Infrastructure Strategy 2009
    Hierarchy of Solutions
    • Traffic reduction
    • 113. Speed reduction
  • Nigel Coates – AUS Example
    • Launceston Bike Plan 2004
    • 114. Launceston Cycling Infrastructure Strategy 2009
    Hierarchy of Solutions
    • Traffic reduction
    • 115. Speed reduction
    • 116. Dealing with junctions
  • Nigel Coates – AUS Example
    • Launceston Bike Plan 2004
    • 117. Launceston Cycling Infrastructure Strategy 2009
    Hierarchy of Solutions
    • Traffic reduction
    • 118. Speed reduction
    • 119. Dealing with junctions
    • 120. Road space redistribution
  • Nigel Coates – AUS Example
    • Launceston Bike Plan 2004
    • 121. Launceston Cycling Infrastructure Strategy 2009
    Hierarchy of Solutions
    • Traffic reduction
    • 122. Speed reduction
    • 123. Dealing with junctions
    • 124. Road space redistribution
    • 125. Off road provision
  • Nigel Coates – AUS Example
    • Launceston Bike Plan 2004
    • 126. Launceston Cycling Infrastructure Strategy 2009
    • 127. Launceston Arterial Bike Route Network (50 km)
  • Nigel Coates – AUS Example
    • Launceston Bike Plan 2004
    • 128. Launceston Cycling Infrastructure Strategy 2009
    • 129. Launceston Arterial Bike Route Network
  • Nigel Coates – AUS Example
    • Launceston Bike Plan 2004
    • 130. Launceston Cycling Infrastructure Strategy 2009
    • 131. Launceston Arterial Bike Route Network
    • 132. State Bike Route Funding
  • Nigel Coates – AUS Example
    • Launceston Bike Plan 2004
    • 133. Launceston Cycling Infrastructure Strategy 2009
    • 134. Launceston Arterial Bike Route Network
    • 135. State Bike Route Funding
    • 136. Federal Bike Route Funding (Jobs Fund)
  • Nigel Coates – AUS Example
    • Launceston Bike Plan 2004
    • 137. Launceston Cycling Infrastructure Strategy 2009
    • 138. Launceston Arterial Bike Route Network
    • 139. State Bike Route Funding
    • 140. Federal Bike Route Funding (Jobs Fund)
    • 141. 576,000
  • Nigel Coates – AUS Example
    • Launceston Bike Plan 2004
    • 142. Launceston Cycling Infrastructure Strategy 2009
    • 143. Launceston Arterial Bike Route Network
    • 144. State Bike Route Funding
    • 145. Federal Bike Route Funding (Jobs Fund)
    • 146. 576,000
    To spend by June 2010 (8 months!)
  • 147. Nigel Coates – AUS Example
    Fast track CRISP reports
  • 148. Nigel Coates – AUS Example
    • Location of Route
  • Nigel Coates – AUS Example
    • Location of Route
    • 149. Constraints/Barriers
  • Nigel Coates – AUS Example
  • Nigel Coates – AUS Example
  • Nigel Coates – AUS Example
    • Location of Route
    • 154. Constraints/Barriers
    • 155. Route 1 – Bridge
  • Nigel Coates – AUS Example
  • Nigel Coates – AUS Example
    • Location of Route
    • 158. Constraints/Barriers
    • 159. Route 3 – Separate Up & Down hill routes
  • Nigel Coates – AUS Example
  • Nigel Coates – AUS Example
    • Location of Route
    • 162. Constraints/Barriers
    • 163. Route 6 – Waverley Street
  • Nigel Coates – AUS Example
    • Location of Route
    • 164. Constraints / Barriers
    • 165. Stakeholder Feedback
  • Nigel Coates – AUS Example
    • Location of Route
    • 166. Constraints / Barriers
    • 167. Stakeholder Feedback
    • 168. Route 1 – Holbrook Street
  • Nigel Coates – AUS Example
    • Location of Route
    • 169. Constraints / Barriers
    • 170. Stakeholder Feedback
    • 171. All routes – Gully Gratings
  • Nigel Coates – AUS Example
  • Nigel Coates – AUS Example
  • Nigel Coates – AUS Example
  • Nigel Coates – AUS Example
  • Nigel Coates – AUS Example
  • Nigel Coates – AUS Example
    Not included
  • 204. Nigel Coates – AUS Example
    Not included
    • Pre CRIM report/meeting
  • Nigel Coates – AUS Example
    Not included
    • Pre CRIM report/meeting
    • 215. Other stakeholders
  • Nigel Coates – AUS Example
    Not included
    • Pre CRIM report/meeting
    • 221. Other stakeholders
    • 222. Options costing
  • Nigel Coates – AUS Example
    Not included
    • Pre CRIM report/meeting
    • 228. Other stakeholders
    • 229. Options costing
    • 230. Large route maps
  • Nigel Coates – AUS Example
    Added
  • 236. Nigel Coates – AUS Example
    Added
    • Hierarchy of solutions on data sheet
  • Nigel Coates – AUS Example
  • 248. Thank you
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