Llewelyn Morgan
Oxford and Oxfordshire County Council

Integrated transport: in-field solutions
Transport Knowledge Transf...
Oxford and Oxfordshire
Llewelyn Morgan
Llewelyn.Morgan@Oxfordshire.gov.uk

Laura Peacock
Laura.peacock@oxfordshire.gov.uk
...
In 2011
Oxfordshire
welcomed 26m
tourists
By 2026
additional 28,000
jobs

By 2026 44,000
homes

Oxfordshire Context
•

Int...
Challenge
Evidence

Business
demand
study

COTM
refresh

Further
evidence
gathering
needed

Census
data 2011

Business
Bar...
George Shaw
General Lighthouse Authorities

Integrated transport: in-field solutions
Transport Knowledge Transfer Network
...
enquires@transportktn.org

www.transportktn.org
enquires@transportktn.org

www.transportktn.org
Jim Sims
Buckinghamshire Thames Valley LEP

Integrated transport: in-field solutions
Transport Knowledge Transfer Network
...
BUCKINGHAMSHIRE IS

GREAT

BRITAIN

INTEGRATED TRANSPORT
IN FIELD SOLUTIONS
PARTNER PITCH
WHY BUCKINGHAMSHIRE?
Rural Transport
Challenges

Town Centre
Regeneration
WHAT DO WE BRING TO THE PARTY?

•
•
•
•

Strong Aspiration & Vision
Strong Partners & Partnership
EU Investment Funds
Sing...
Simon Purohit
Walsall Council

Integrated transport: in-field solutions
Transport Knowledge Transfer Network
enquires@tran...
The study of „The movement of town centre
users in relation to where they park.‟
Background
 Walsall borough has a large town centre that serves over 250,000
residents. The town centre is experiencing v...
Elevator Pitches

2 minutes each
Integrated transport: in-field solutions
Transport Knowledge Transfer Network
enquires@tr...
Michael Purcell
Sercant

Integrated transport: in-field solutions
Transport Knowledge Transfer Network
enquires@transportk...
Managing transport as a single system
• The transport network is a single system
• Information Management can be the catal...
Managing transport as a single system
• Don‟t close down your options
• Invest in Infrastructure
– even when you aren‟t su...
Lita Khazaka
Studio LK

Integrated transport: in-field solutions
Transport Knowledge Transfer Network
enquires@transportkt...
Retrofitting Roundhouse Way

Lita Khazaka
litakhazaka@studiolk.co.uk
Existing

Proposed
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These presentations are from delegates at the networking and briefing event for the Technology Strategy Board's Integrated Transport in-field solutions competition. This event was held in Coventry on 17th Oct 2013. The competition is open until 29th November 2013. This set of presentations is one of 3 from the day, and comprises:
3 minute opportunities from
Laura Peacock: Oxford and Oxfordshire County Councils
George Shaw: General Lighthouse Authorities
Jim Sims: Buckingham Thames Valley LEP
Simon Purohit: Walsall Council
2 minute pitches from
Michael Purcell: Sercant
Lita Khazaka: Studio LK

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Integrated Transport Competition - In field solutions elevator pitches (1 of 3)

  1. 1. Llewelyn Morgan Oxford and Oxfordshire County Council Integrated transport: in-field solutions Transport Knowledge Transfer Network enquires@transportktn.org www.transportktn.org
  2. 2. Oxford and Oxfordshire Llewelyn Morgan Llewelyn.Morgan@Oxfordshire.gov.uk Laura Peacock Laura.peacock@oxfordshire.gov.uk 2
  3. 3. In 2011 Oxfordshire welcomed 26m tourists By 2026 additional 28,000 jobs By 2026 44,000 homes Oxfordshire Context • Internationally renowned universities Oxford and Brookes • Oxford Identified in the top five technology Innovation Ecosystems in world • The Innovation Arc runs from Science Vale in the south, through Oxford, to the development area of Bicester in the north. Oxfordshire’s Challenges • Congestion in around Oxford with no way to build capacity so need to manage network more efficiently. • Lacks sufficient connectivity, networks and critical mass to support growth and investment • Demand for houses and commercial premises outstrips supply
  4. 4. Challenge Evidence Business demand study COTM refresh Further evidence gathering needed Census data 2011 Business Barometer Surveys Local Plans SHMA Rail passenger demand forecast Science Transit System Science Transit Vision To enable a dynamic integrated public transport and information network for the Science Vale – Oxford – Bicester Knowledge Economy Spine. Linking the network of science and research hubs and key areas of housing and economic growth across the region Outputs A Single brand Integrated information and technology Hinskey Hill junction improvements Pilot projects Evergreen 3 EWR infrast’ (underway) Draft Phase 1 Draft Phase 2 Annex 1 Congestion, Unreliable journey times and poor connections to global markets are creating a barrier to Economic Growth In Oxfordshire BRT on dedicated bus lanes or Guided bus routes Pilot project Quicker and more reliable transport journey s Active traffic management A34 Improved links between innovation hubs and growth areas Improved links to airports Smart transactions Enhanced links Begbroke Enhanced links Harwell – Oxford Enhanced links Bicester links to Oxford Parkway Science Travel website Oxford Parkway Infrast’ (Underway) Smart transactions Enhanced Links Oxford parkway – Northern Gateway Hospitals Smart transactions (phase 1) Four trains an hour from Didcot to Oxford-Bicester Enhanced links BicesterHeadington Cowley Smart transactions phase 2 and beyond) Access to Heathrow WRAtH EWR Franchising implications
  5. 5. George Shaw General Lighthouse Authorities Integrated transport: in-field solutions Transport Knowledge Transfer Network enquires@transportktn.org www.transportktn.org
  6. 6. enquires@transportktn.org www.transportktn.org
  7. 7. enquires@transportktn.org www.transportktn.org
  8. 8. Jim Sims Buckinghamshire Thames Valley LEP Integrated transport: in-field solutions Transport Knowledge Transfer Network enquires@transportktn.org www.transportktn.org
  9. 9. BUCKINGHAMSHIRE IS GREAT BRITAIN INTEGRATED TRANSPORT IN FIELD SOLUTIONS PARTNER PITCH
  10. 10. WHY BUCKINGHAMSHIRE? Rural Transport Challenges Town Centre Regeneration
  11. 11. WHAT DO WE BRING TO THE PARTY? • • • • Strong Aspiration & Vision Strong Partners & Partnership EU Investment Funds Single Local Growth Funds (including potential Transport Majors and Local Sustainable Transport Funds) • Excellent EU contacts and links • Jim@btvlep.co.uk (07740 511976)
  12. 12. Simon Purohit Walsall Council Integrated transport: in-field solutions Transport Knowledge Transfer Network enquires@transportktn.org www.transportktn.org
  13. 13. The study of „The movement of town centre users in relation to where they park.‟
  14. 14. Background  Walsall borough has a large town centre that serves over 250,000 residents. The town centre is experiencing vast urban regeneration which is changing the make up of the centre and therefore influencing changing behaviours of the town centre users.  In the last five years, the town centre has had a new college, a large Tesco‟s development, a new Premier Hotel and significant development of apartments as part of the Waterfront development along the Walsall canal. Further development in the town centre includes a flagship Primark store, a new Co-operative store and the possibility of two cinema developments with accompanying restaurants.  We would like to know where vehicle users park their vehicles in relation to what shops they use in the town centre. Do users move their vehicles depending on which part of town they are shopping or do they park in one place to use the whole town centre? Simon Purohit, Senior Transport Planner, Walsall Council purohitsimon@walsall.gov.uk 01922-654361 www.walsall.gov.uk
  15. 15. Elevator Pitches 2 minutes each Integrated transport: in-field solutions Transport Knowledge Transfer Network enquires@transportktn.org www.transportktn.org
  16. 16. Michael Purcell Sercant Integrated transport: in-field solutions Transport Knowledge Transfer Network enquires@transportktn.org www.transportktn.org
  17. 17. Managing transport as a single system • The transport network is a single system • Information Management can be the catalyst for managing it as one • Can‟t have a single IM system across “transport” • But Architecture can integrate systems so they become as one • (But it won‟t work without portfolio management) • So everything is actually part of one big business case • Continued research is essential • Some of it will go nowhere • But if we get this right… Michael Purcell Michael.purcell@sercant.co.uk www.sercant.co.uk
  18. 18. Managing transport as a single system • Don‟t close down your options • Invest in Infrastructure – even when you aren‟t sure exactly how it will be used • • • • • Create stepping stones All predictions are wrong The business case isn‟t what you thought it was Need to take a few risks Stick with what you believe Michael Purcell Michael.purcell@sercant.co.uk www.sercant.co.uk
  19. 19. Lita Khazaka Studio LK Integrated transport: in-field solutions Transport Knowledge Transfer Network enquires@transportktn.org www.transportktn.org
  20. 20. Retrofitting Roundhouse Way Lita Khazaka litakhazaka@studiolk.co.uk
  21. 21. Existing Proposed
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