wopenhagenCLiveability - mobilityWhat Cities want, Munchen October 8th, 2012       Brian Hansen       Head of Trafic Plann...
Healthy economy1000 new citizens every monthAverage age 35 years
ECO-METROPOLISVision and goals for 2015•   Climate Capital•   World’s best city for cycling•   A green and blue capital ci...
A METROPOLISFOR PEOPLEVision and goals for2015• More urban life for all• More people to walk more• More people to stay lon...
Copenhagen Climate Plan- 20% CO2-reduction 2005 - 2015- Copenhagen CO2-neutral by 2025
Prioritizing and innovation:-   Urban life-   Comfort-   Travel time-   Safety
Cycling is a contributing toA liveable city in a human scaleMobility in a human speedCheap mobility investmentsAccessabili...
By 201550% modal share on bikes80% of cyclist is feeling safe50% injuries reduction
Copenhagen 2009 - Trips to work and study
540 km                         55 %                  35 %                          85 %       36.000                25%60 ...
 1.2 million km cycled every day Only 92 serious injuries in 2010 -  compared to 252 in 1996 60% of Copenhageners choos...
More cyclists, less risk         1,60                                                                           Kilometers...
Safety redesign70% reduction inaccidents
Why do Copenhageners cycle?”Quick, easy, convenient”    88 %”Exercise”                   32 %”Cheap”                      ...
What the Copenhageners want:Fast, safe and comfortable direct trips...
What the Copenhageners want:….. room for cars as well !3000 new car parkingplaces
Bus priority schemesFull scale traffic experiments
17 new metrostations by 2018
Plan for congestion charging dropped… now we have a Congestion Commission!
Cycle Super HighwaysThe first cycle super highway(the Albertslund route) openedApril 14th 2012
”Dejlig cykelvej - mere af den slags”                               ”Total lækker tur”(Nice cycle path - more of the same ...
comfort and appreciation !
Give us a hint
Health benefits from a 10% increase in cycling:Healthcare savings - $12 millReduced production losses - $31 mill3.3% drop ...
When a person chooses to cycle this is a clear gain for society of DKK1.22 per cycled kilometre. Conversely, society suffe...
Urban Development
Carlsberg - a CO2neutral district
Vandets Plads
Edge zones                     Facade activity    City life and city space
Thank you for your attention!www.kk.dk/cityofcyclistswww.cycling-embassy.dkbrihan@tmf.kk.dk
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  1. 1. wopenhagenCLiveability - mobilityWhat Cities want, Munchen October 8th, 2012 Brian Hansen Head of Trafic Planning
  2. 2. Healthy economy1000 new citizens every monthAverage age 35 years
  3. 3. ECO-METROPOLISVision and goals for 2015• Climate Capital• World’s best city for cycling• A green and blue capital city• A clean and healthy big city
  4. 4. A METROPOLISFOR PEOPLEVision and goals for2015• More urban life for all• More people to walk more• More people to stay longer
  5. 5. Copenhagen Climate Plan- 20% CO2-reduction 2005 - 2015- Copenhagen CO2-neutral by 2025
  6. 6. Prioritizing and innovation:- Urban life- Comfort- Travel time- Safety
  7. 7. Cycling is a contributing toA liveable city in a human scaleMobility in a human speedCheap mobility investmentsAccessability for allEasy access almost everywhere0-emission transportationCongestion is limitedSocial dimensionsPublic health dimension
  8. 8. By 201550% modal share on bikes80% of cyclist is feeling safe50% injuries reduction
  9. 9. Copenhagen 2009 - Trips to work and study
  10. 10. 540 km 55 % 35 % 85 % 36.000 25%60 % 75%
  11. 11.  1.2 million km cycled every day Only 92 serious injuries in 2010 - compared to 252 in 1996 60% of Copenhageners choose their bike on all trips
  12. 12. More cyclists, less risk 1,60 Kilometers cycled 1,40 Killed and seriously injured Cyclist risk 1,20 1,00Indeks 0,80 0,60 0,40 0,20 0,00 1995 1996 1998 2000 2002 2004 2006 2008 2009
  13. 13. Safety redesign70% reduction inaccidents
  14. 14. Why do Copenhageners cycle?”Quick, easy, convenient” 88 %”Exercise” 32 %”Cheap” 29 %”Environmentally friendly” 9%
  15. 15. What the Copenhageners want:Fast, safe and comfortable direct trips...
  16. 16. What the Copenhageners want:….. room for cars as well !3000 new car parkingplaces
  17. 17. Bus priority schemesFull scale traffic experiments
  18. 18. 17 new metrostations by 2018
  19. 19. Plan for congestion charging dropped… now we have a Congestion Commission!
  20. 20. Cycle Super HighwaysThe first cycle super highway(the Albertslund route) openedApril 14th 2012
  21. 21. ”Dejlig cykelvej - mere af den slags” ”Total lækker tur”(Nice cycle path - more of the same please!) (Totally nice ride) ”Fantastisk cykelsti-system - derfor ”Broen er en genistreg” tager jeg ikke bilen” (A stroke of genius) (Fantastic bike-system. This is why I don’t take the car!) ”Tak for en lækker bro” ”Smuk tur, flere broer ønskes” (Thank you for a nice bridge) (Beautiful trip, more bridges please)
  22. 22. comfort and appreciation !
  23. 23. Give us a hint
  24. 24. Health benefits from a 10% increase in cycling:Healthcare savings - $12 millReduced production losses - $31 mill3.3% drop in absence from work61,000 extra years of life46,000 fewer years of severe illness25 fewer early retirements (Traffitec 2006)
  25. 25. When a person chooses to cycle this is a clear gain for society of DKK1.22 per cycled kilometre. Conversely, society suffers a net loss ofDKK 0.69 per kilometre driven by car.In cost-benefit terms the health and life expectancy benefits of cyclingare seven times greater than the accident costs.The cost of a bicycle is DKK 0,33 per cycled kilometre coveringpurchase price and maintenance. The equivalent cost for a car is DKK2.20 per driven kilometre.
  26. 26. Urban Development
  27. 27. Carlsberg - a CO2neutral district
  28. 28. Vandets Plads
  29. 29. Edge zones Facade activity City life and city space
  30. 30. Thank you for your attention!www.kk.dk/cityofcyclistswww.cycling-embassy.dkbrihan@tmf.kk.dk

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