Public participationin the Munich transportation processDipl.-Ing. Georg KoppenTransport DivisionDepartment of Urban Plann...
Content          1. Facts and figures about the city, region and             metropolitan region of Munich          2. Mun...
1. Facts and figures about thecity, region and metropolitan regionCity of Munich:         310 km2 1,4 Mio. inhabitantsMuni...
2. Munich‘s strategy: Sustainable transport for allFramework: Urban development strategy „Munich Perspective“Guideline: „c...
Integration of transport planning and new urban settlementsNew building areasfor housingand working shouldbe closelyconnec...
3. Transport development plan                      Guideline:                      Maintaining and improving mobility for ...
4. Public paticipation process   • City administration prepared a draft of the Transport     Development Plan   • Publicat...
Together with the Süddeutsche      Zeitung 4 public panel discussions      with experts on following topics:       • Publi...
Evaluation of information events,discussions and internetparticipation • 1250 suggestions recieved • revision and final dr...
2000     5.Results and outlook                               2003                                                         ...
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  1. 1. Public participationin the Munich transportation processDipl.-Ing. Georg KoppenTransport DivisionDepartment of Urban Planning
  2. 2. Content 1. Facts and figures about the city, region and metropolitan region of Munich 2. Munich‘s strategy: Sustainable transport for all 3. Transport development plan 4. Public participation process 5. Results and outlookContent
  3. 3. 1. Facts and figures about thecity, region and metropolitan regionCity of Munich: 310 km2 1,4 Mio. inhabitantsMunich Region: 5.500 km2 2,8 Mio. inhabitantsMetropolitan Region: 24.100 km2 5,6 Mio. inhabitants 21% 26% car driver car passenger foot 14% bike 10% public transport 29% Modal split in Munich 2008Munich – Facts and Figures
  4. 4. 2. Munich‘s strategy: Sustainable transport for allFramework: Urban development strategy „Munich Perspective“Guideline: „compact-urban-green“:• compact: High density around stations of public transport• urban: Mixed land use in central areas• green: Green areas between settlement axesStrategies: • priority to reduce traffic • change to public transport, cycling and walking • improve conditiones for commerial transport • sustainable organisation of car trafficUrban development strategy „Munich Perspective“
  5. 5. Integration of transport planning and new urban settlementsNew building areasfor housingand working shouldbe closelyconnected with thepublic transport grid!Settlement areas and public transport system
  6. 6. 3. Transport development plan Guideline: Maintaining and improving mobility for all - sustainable transport planning Measure and action plan: • public transport • car traffic • parking • commercial transport • traffic and mobility management • cycling • walking • urban integration of streetsFields of actions and measures
  7. 7. 4. Public paticipation process • City administration prepared a draft of the Transport Development Plan • Publication with brochure, flyer and over the internet • Discussion in 6 public information events in severalPreliminary draft
  8. 8. Together with the Süddeutsche Zeitung 4 public panel discussions with experts on following topics: • Public and transport aviation • Mobility management, road and commercial traffic, parking • Walking and cycling, mobility consulting and marketing • Closing discussion with representatives of the city and the surrounding communitiesExpert discussion
  9. 9. Evaluation of information events,discussions and internetparticipation • 1250 suggestions recieved • revision and final draft of the Transport Development Plan was designed and re-submitted for comment by politians, the public and authorities • adopted on March 15, 2006 by the city councilEvaluation and resolution
  10. 10. 2000 5.Results and outlook 2003 2007-2009 509 480 483 448 442 377 Car traffic in the city declines and 84 people use more bikes and public transport 52 44 City border Mittlerer Ring Altstadtring For a successful traffic planning involve public and experts from the very beginning!Result and outlook
  11. 11. Thanks a lot for your attention
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