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Ortigas New Mobility Mapping Documentation
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Ortigas New Mobility Mapping Documentation
Ortigas New Mobility Mapping Documentation
Ortigas New Mobility Mapping Documentation
Ortigas New Mobility Mapping Documentation
Ortigas New Mobility Mapping Documentation
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Ortigas New Mobility Mapping Documentation
Ortigas New Mobility Mapping Documentation
Ortigas New Mobility Mapping Documentation
Ortigas New Mobility Mapping Documentation
Ortigas New Mobility Mapping Documentation
Ortigas New Mobility Mapping Documentation
Ortigas New Mobility Mapping Documentation
Ortigas New Mobility Mapping Documentation
Ortigas New Mobility Mapping Documentation
Ortigas New Mobility Mapping Documentation
Ortigas New Mobility Mapping Documentation
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Ortigas New Mobility Mapping Documentation
Ortigas New Mobility Mapping Documentation
Ortigas New Mobility Mapping Documentation
Ortigas New Mobility Mapping Documentation
Ortigas New Mobility Mapping Documentation
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Ortigas New Mobility Mapping Documentation
Ortigas New Mobility Mapping Documentation
Ortigas New Mobility Mapping Documentation
Ortigas New Mobility Mapping Documentation
Ortigas New Mobility Mapping Documentation
Ortigas New Mobility Mapping Documentation
Ortigas New Mobility Mapping Documentation
Ortigas New Mobility Mapping Documentation
Ortigas New Mobility Mapping Documentation
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  • 1. New Mobility Mapping WorkshopOrtigas CBD and Surrounding AreasDocumentation Report13 March 2012Auditorium B, Asian Development Bank, ADB Avenue, Mandaluyong City
  • 2. New Mobility Mapping WorkshopOrtigas CBD and Surrounding AreasDocumentation ReportCatalyzing New Mobility in Cities: The Case of Metro Manilaa Rockefeller Foundation supported projectInnovations at the Base of the Pyramid in Asia ProgramAteneo School of Government13 March 2012Auditorium B, Asian Development Bank, ADB Avenue, Mandaluyong City
  • 3. Table of Contents Executive Summary ……………………………………………………………… 1 Opening Session …………………………………………………………………. 2 New Mobility Smart Mapping Workshop Overview ……………………………. 3 Walking Tour Around ADB ……………………………………………………... 4 Mapping Workshop ……………………………………………………………… 5 Workshop Tasks and Outputs …………………………………………...……… 6 Synthesis and Next Steps ……………………………………………………...….16 Closing Program ……………………………………………………………...….. 16 Annexes 1: List of Participants / Modes of Transportation Used 2: Workshop Programme 3: New Mobility Mapping Workshop Overview powerpoint presentation 4: New Mobility Mapping Guide 5: Sample Certificate 6: Photo Documentation
  • 4. List of AcronymsADB - Asian Development BankASIF - Avoid-Shift-Improve FrameworkASoG - Ateneo School of GovernmentBL - Bike LaneBoP - Base of the PyramidBP - Bike PathBRT - Bus Rapid TransitBT - Bus TerminalCAI-Asia - Clean Air Initiative in Asian CitiesCBD - Central Business DistrictDOE - Department of EnergyDOTC - Department of Transportation and CommunicationDPWH - Department of Public Works and HighwaysE-bus - electric busEDSA - Epifanio Delos Santos AvenueE-jeep / E-jeepney electric jeepneyE-trike - electric tricycleFXT - FX TerminalGIS - Geographic Information SystemGTXT - GT Express TerminaliBoP - Innovations at the Base of the PyramidIT - Information TechnologyITH - Informal Transport HubsITT - Informal Transport TerminalJT - Jeepney TerminalLB - Loading BaysLGUs - Local Government UnitsLTFRB - Land Transportation and Franchising Regulatory BoardLZ - Loading zonesMIS - Management Information SystemML - Motorcycle LaneMM - Metro ManilaMMDA - Metropolitan Manila Development AuthorityMobHub - Mobility Hub
  • 5. MRT - Metro Rail TransitNewMo - New MobilityNGA - National Government AgencyP - ParkingPO - Pedestrian OverpassPT - Pedicab TerminalPT - Public transport / public transportationPUJ - Public utility jeepneyPUVs - Public utility vehiclesPWDs - Persons with disabilitiesQC - Quezon CitySE - Social EnterpriseSEA - Southeast AsiaSM - ShoemartSMART - Sustainable Mobility, Accessibility, Research and Transformation CentreTAN - Transparency and Accountability NetworkTBT - Tricyboat TerminalTH - Transport HubsTODA - Tricycle Operators and Drivers AssociationTT - Tricycle TerminalTXT - Taxi TerminalUS - United StatesUZ - Unloading zonesWW - Walkways
  • 6. New Mobility Mapping Workshop: Ortigas CBD Area13 March 2012 | ADB Auditorium BExecutive SummarySecond among a series, the New Mobility Mapping Workshop was conducted on March 13, 2012 bythe project on Catalyzing New Mobility in Cities: The Case of Metro Manila of the Ateneo School ofGovernment (ASoG), in partnership with the Clean Air Initiative in Asian Cities (CAI-Asia). This washeld at the Asian Development Bank (ADB) Auditorium B in Mandaluyong City.The main objectives of the Mapping Workshop were to: (a) reveal existing and potential transportconnectivity grid in the Ortigas Central Business District (CBD) and the surrounding areas, includinginformal hubs and other uncharted transport system features; (b) provide stakeholders anopportunity to work together in accelerating and advancing implementation of sustainable,connected, inclusive transport and generating and sharing related information, and policy initiatives;and (c) build on and further extend the shareable knowledge base of inclusive mobility-enhancingfeatures of the informal transport system.The Mapping Workshop was attended by 63 participants from different sectors including five (5)representatives from local government units (LGUs), six (6) from national government agencies, nine(9) from the private / business sector, twelve (12) from the academe, three (3) from the media,fifteen (15) from non-government organizations (NGOs), religious groups, and projects, and thirteen(13) from ADB. Patterned from the mapping activity initiated by the Sustainable Mobility,Accessibility, Research and Transformation (SMART) Centre of the University of Michigan, theWorkshop facilitated interaction, sharing and discussions among the participants in coming up withthe Ortigas CBD grid, and in identifying opportunities for economic benefit and for pushing forwardthe advocacy on New Mobility. Four groups were formed during the Mapping Workshop. Each groupwas composed of participants from different sectors. Geared with maps of the Ortigas CBD, stickerdots, and colored markers, the groups worked together in identifying their mobility grid as well asopportunities for planning and implementation, business, strategies, and policies.The results of the group discussions include giving importance to non-motorized transportationmodes like walking and biking, improvement of pedestrian facilities and walkways, making greenspaces available, and having a bus rapid transit (BRT) system, among others. The participants alsohighlighted how reviewing and/or crafting policies can help support the initiative. Among thesuggested transportation-related policies pointed out by the participants were the House Bill 5240 orthe Bike Parking Policy, the land use policy, legislation for public-private partnerships, and policysupport on green transport.The Mapping Workshop paved way for a demonstration of working together and buildingconnections among different stakeholders. Overall, the challenge to the participants was how to bringthe initiative to their respective communities and later on, be able to build improvements in thetransport and mobility sector.Key words: transportation, mobility, new mobility, transport system, biking, walking, non-motorized transport,mapping 1
  • 7. New Mobility Mapping Workshop: Ortigas CBD Area13 March 2012 | ADB Auditorium BI.0 Opening SessionGathering stakeholders from LGUs, national government agencies, private sector, NGOs, media,universities, and support institutions, the New Mobility Mapping Workshop programme started withan invocation and the National Anthem led by Mr. Richard Antonio, an intern from CAI-Asia.(See Annex 1for the list of participants and Annex 2 for the Workshop Programme.)The Opening Remarks was given by Mr. Neeraj K.Jain, Country Director of the Asian DevelopmentBank (ADB) – Philippine Country Office. Hestarted by welcoming the guests and participants toADB and to the Workshop. He stated thateconomic growth and rapid urbanization hasresulted to severe congestion. He then highlightedthat in most Asian cities, the response to thegrowing congestion is focused on building moreroads and intersections, and mostly engineeringsolutions. But he said that building out-of-congestion approach by providing an expandingnumber of roads is not sustainable. Although non-motorized transport, walking in particular, is themost basic of mobility options, it is often the mostneglected in terms of planning, investment, andpolicy support. He reiterated that enhancing Mr. Jain (ADB) giving the Opening Remarkspedestrian and bicycle facilities can be a highly cost-effective means to alleviate traffic condition, reduce pollution, and improve human health.ADB is currently helping develop pilot projects to catalyze greater investments including non-motorized transport solution, to which the Ortigas CBD is the demonstration project. He recalledthat the area was chosen because of its being the junction of three cities in Metro Manila (namelyQuezon City, Mandaluyong City, and Pasig City); it is home to a number of business establishments,condominiums and shopping malls; and there is an established support from private and publicsectors as well as policy makers. The objective of the ADB project is to support an initial planning and design of better transport conditions in this area. One of ADB‟s initiatives is the Ortigas Greenways initiative will be a start for longer- term commitment to making the neighborhood sustainable for everyone. He highlighted that ADB hopes the project will establish a quality demonstration of sustainable mobility. He ended his speech by reminding everyone that “Nothing is negligible as all good ideas and change start with something very small.” Subsequently, Ms. Racquel Naciongayo of the City Environment and Natural Resources Office (CENRO) – Pasig City gave the Ms. Naciongayo (Pasig CENRO) welcoming the participants to the Workshop welcoming remarks on behalf of City Mayor Robert Eusebio. She said that the MappingWorkshop is a timely activity since the City Government of Pasig is in the process of collating anecologically-sound Pasig CBD. The project is now in its implementation phase after a series of multi-stakeholder consultations. 2
  • 8. New Mobility Mapping Workshop: Ortigas CBD Area13 March 2012 | ADB Auditorium BShe said that the vision of the Pasig project is to bridge the gap among the scientific and academiccommunities, the policy makers, planners, decision makers, and the actual implementers. She alsoimparted that the direction of the project will mainly mainstream disaster risk reduction (DRR) andclimate change adaptation (CCA) initiatives to the current Land Use Plan and Comprehensive Plan aswell as in environment- and sustainable transport-related programs. She ended her remarks byquoting Atty. Oposa: “Those who are less in wheels must have more in roads” – which she saidreflects the City Government of Pasig‟s acknowledgment through building a city not for vehicles butfor its constituents.2.0 New Mobility Mapping Workshop OverviewAtty. Glynda Bathan-Baterina1, Policy andPartnership Manager of Clean Air Initiative in AsianCities (CAI-Asia), gave the overview on the NewMobility Mapping Workshop. She firstacknowledged that despite the rainy weather, theturn-out of attendees confirms that the activity isimportant for their community and for the Ortigascommunity. The following are the points shared byAtty. Bathan-Baterina:  The Mapping Activity is one way to replace the obsolete paradigm of building more roads to deal with increased demand for Atty. Bathan-Baterina (CAI-Asia) presenting the mobility. Overview of the Mapping Workshop  The New or Sustainable Mobility paradigm aims to develop sustainable transport systems through Avoid-Shift-Improve (ASI) measures.  “Avoiding” means reducing or avoiding the need to travel; “Shifting” means choosing more environmentally-friendly modes of transport and doing away with energy-consuming ones; and “Improving” means giving preference to cleaner vehicle technologies and having better quality of fuels.  The New or Sustainable Mobility paradigm will reduce greenhouse gas emissions, energy consumption, congestion, and will ultimately create livable cities.  Trips can be avoided by having Integrated Land Use Planning and Transport Demand Management.  Cities with New Mobility initiatives include: Lanzhou, China where there are wide pedestrian areas; Seoul, South Korea where a skyway was torn down to revive a stream; Jakarta, Indonesia where there is a car-free day every week and the initiative was replicated in Bandung; Guangzhou, China where there is an efficient bus rapid transit (BRT) system; Bogota, Colombia where the TransMilenio operates; Seoul, South Korea and Bangkok, Thailand where there are efficient rail systems. (See Annex 3 for the complete powerpoint presentation.)Atty. Bathan-Baterina then explained the Workshop process, as follows:  The participants will walk a stretch of streets around the ADB. They were instructed to be cognizant and observant of the areas and opportunities that come close to the New Mobility paradigm, and also find out gaps that can be addressed by New Mobility initiatives.  The participants will come back to the Workshop hall, group themselves, work with maps within two hours and will have a reporting per group.1Atty. Glynda Bathan-Baterina is one of the participants during the Pilot SMART Mapping Workshop held last February 1,2012 at the Occupational Safety and Health Center, DOLE, North Avenue, Agham Road, Quezon City. 3
  • 9. New Mobility Mapping Workshop: Ortigas CBD Area13 March 2012 | ADB Auditorium B3.0 Walking Tour Around ADBMr. Lorenzo Cordova, Jr., Research Associate of the Catalyzing New Mobility in Cities Project of theInnovations at the Base of the Pyramid (iBoP Asia) Program - Ateneo School of Government (ASoG),gave the detailed instruction and the route to be taken for the Walking Tour. Prior to the walk, hefacilitated the showing of a short video of a futuristic city plan where connectivity is inherent in eachperson‟s daily activities. He then moved on to a self-introduction among the participants and theirrespective organizations, as well as the modes of transportation they used in getting to theWorkshop venue. (See Annex 1 for the list of participants, their affiliations and the different modes oftransportation used.)The participants wentout for a walking touraround ADB. Theyfirst got out throughthe ADB gate facingSM Mega Mall, walkedthrough a sidewalkalong EDSA (nearOrtigas MRT station),then turned left toGuadix Drive, and re-entered ADB throughthe ADB Avenueentrance.During the walk,participants broughtout that: Buses can only run through EDSA. The area around ADB especially the sidewalk along EDSA is not conducive for walking.After the walkingtour, snacks andcoffee were provided for the Workshop participants. Among the issues and/or solutions raisedduring the coffee break were the following:  Build walkways/bridges from MRT stations to buildings to acquire inter-building connectivity.  Implement car-free areas; start with city government offices.  There may be some who will not agree with it (i.e., car-free areas) or will not even think about it but it may be worth a try. 4
  • 10. New Mobility Mapping Workshop: Ortigas CBD Area13 March 2012 | ADB Auditorium B4.0 Mapping WorkshopImmediately following the short break was the Workshop proper - which was patterned after theMapping Activity conducted by the SMART Centre in University of Michigan. Mr. Cordova explainedthe objectives of the Workshop and highlighted the need for different stakeholders to work togetherto achieve sustainable transportation [e.g. persons with disabilities (PWDs) can commute hassle-free]. He cited the Mapping Tools needed for the Workshop and went on to the specific instructionsto the participants. (See Annex 4 for the Mapping Guide.)The Workshop process followed these instructions:  Each participant must find his/her own group. It is important to have as different stakeholders as possible per group.  Each group must identify a note-taker, a reporter, and a chair / facilitator.  Each participant will be assigned a number to enable tracking of suggestions during the discussion.  The groups were given 20 minutes to discuss and answer each mapping task / question.5.0 Workshop Tasks and Outputs(See Annex 5 for more photos.)The participants were grouped into the following: Group 1 Group 2 Group 3 Group 4 Tina Velasco Gemma Bagauaya- Lloyd Wright Dinna Dayao Mendoza Nonoi Maralit Racquel Naciongayo Gregg Garcia Ivi Puti-an Paulino Paje Iresha Rathnasena Carmela Lapeña Jessie Ruzgal Lainie Thomas Larry Handayan Yuri Leomo Johnny Liao Raymund Go Vicky Segovia Florinor Felicisimo Mark del Rosario Ethel Wolda Fortuno Rico Galapin Rey Aquino Pio Fortuno, Jr. Paolo Alcazaren Rorelita Maralit Joseph Rea Rene Pineda, Jr. Ma. Cristina Oreta Ritchie Villagarcia Vic Buencamino Ramola Singru Manny Camagay Jomaico Morales 5
  • 11. New Mobility Mapping Workshop: Ortigas CBD Area13 March 2012 | ADB Auditorium BThe reporters per group were as follows:  Group 1: Mr. Nonoi Maralit (La Salle Greenhills)  Group 2: Ms. Gemma Bagauaya-Mendoza (Rappler Inc.)  Group 3: Ms. Carmela Lapeña (GMA News Online)  Group 4: Mr. Pio Fortuno (Tiklop Society of the Philippines)5.1 The first Workshop task was to reveal New Mobility grid by using blue sticker dots to identify as many connection points as possible between two or more transport modes and services including public transport terminals (formal and informal). Results per group are as follows: Group 1 Group 2 Group 3 Group 4 106 – LB along 1 – Intersection of 1 – MRT Ortigas 1 – PO along EDSA in Ortigas Ave. near EDSA and Shaw Station front of POEA Frontera Drive Boulevard 110 – P corner 2 – MRT station 2 – BT Philtranco 6 – BT along EDSA- Frontera Drive and (EDSA) Robinsons Ortigas Road D (Northbound) 104 – ITT along 3 – BT Ortigas 3 – SM Mega Mall B 4 – JT along Ortigas Ortigas Ave. and Avenue connecting Ave. fronting River EDSA Robinsons Northgate 87 – PO corner 4 – FXT / TXT at St. 4 – BT going North 6 – FXT corner of Ortigas Ave. and Francis Square / SM EDA and Ortigas Ave. Wilson St. Building B near Nothing but Water 74 – UZ along Ortigas 5 – JT Pasig / Antipolo 5 – BT along EDSA- 8 – LB corner of EDA Ave. and La Salle connecting to Meralco Mega Mall going and Ortigas Ave. near Greenhills Avenue / Ortigas North Nothing but Water 88 – BL along EDSA 6 – FXT / JT 6 – BT near Star Mall 7 – BL between near SEC connecting Meralco going South Ortigas Avenue and Avenue and Exchange Hot Pink Lingerie Road 81 – JT / ITT corner 7 – E-jeep at the 7 – JT to Kalentong 6 – FXT along ADB Ortigas Ave. and intersection of Garnet Ave. near Seven EDSA Road and Emerald Corners Ave. 86 – PO corner 8 – JT going to 1 – PO along EDSA – Ortigas Ave. and Binangonan / Antipolo MRT Ortigas Station EDSA 84 – PO corner EDSA 9 – MRT Shaw Blvd. 4 – MRT Ortigas and Ortigas Ave. at Station Station the Nuyda side 83 – PO corner 10 – JT along EDSA 3 – P between ADB Ortigas Ave. and Central and Podium EDSA near POEA 85 – PO corner 11 – Crossing near 6 – FXT along Bank Ortigas Ave. and MRT Ortigas (crossing Drive EDSA near the EDSA is illegal; should have Shrine pedestrian or bridge from other side / extension) 6
  • 12. New Mobility Mapping Workshop: Ortigas CBD Area13 March 2012 | ADB Auditorium B 90 – WW near the 12 – BT along EDSA- 4 – P at SM Building A EDSA Shrine Robinsons / Origas Ave. going North 75 – LB corner 13 – BT near EDSA 3 – LB in front of SM Ortigas Ave. and Shrine Mega A EDSA near the EDSA Shrine 73 – FXT corner 14 – JT corner 6 – BT corner EDSA Ortigas Ave. and Ortigas Ave. and and J. Vargas Ave. EDSA near Nothing Arcadia Ave. but Water 82 – BT along Ortigas 15 – FXT near EDSA 6 – TXT along J. Ave. near Northgate Shrine Vargas near The Black Shop Boutique 64 – between Ortigas 16 – WW between 4 – PO at the Ave. and Meralco St. ADB and Podium interection of St. Francis, Bank Drive and J. Vargas Ave. 72 – UZ near St. 17 – TT corner EDSA 6 – FXT along J. Pedro Poveda College and Sultan near Sierra Vargas and SM Mega Madre B 71 – UZ near 18 – TT along EDSA 3 – UZ along ADB Greenhills Christian in front of Ave. near Landes Fellowship Teleperformance 77 – P between Ruby 19 – TT corner 3 – LZ along ADB Road and Topaz Road Mayflower and United Ave. Ave. 78 – P between ADB 20 – TT corner 3 – P between Ruby Ave. and Topaz Road Pioneer and San Rafael Road and Topaz Road St. 63 – WW along 25 – (blank) corner 4 – P along J. Vargas EDSA near MRT ADB Ave. and Opal near August 1 Ortigas Station Road 51 – MRT / WW at 27 – BT near POEA 4 – P along Garnet the MRT Ortigas Road near Engine Red Station Solutions 105 – P between ADB 28 – ITH corner Shaw 6 – FXT along Onyx and Podium Blvd. and San Miguel Road near Marco Ave. polo 101 – P at the Podium 29 – ITH along Florida 4 – UZ along Emerald near SEC Ave. 52 – BT Philtranco 30 – ITH corner 3 – P at Skyads Corp. Ortigas Ave. and SkyCity / EDSA 103 – FXT at the SM 31 – BT along Ortigas 4 – P between Mega A Ave. near La Salle Emerald Ave. and Greenhills Ruby Road 89 – PO along EDSA 4 – UZ corner of near IRC Building Sapphire Road and Emerald Ave. 24 – Pocorner EDSA 4 – LZ corner Garnet and Stanford Road and Emerald Ave. near AIC Gold Tower 7
  • 13. New Mobility Mapping Workshop: Ortigas CBD Area13 March 2012 | ADB Auditorium B 56 – MRT J. Vargas 4 – LB corner of Station EDSA and Cornell 25 – PO corner EDSA 6 – FXT along St. and J. Vargas Ave. Francis near SM Mega B 18 – PO at the 6 – TXT near SM intersection of J. Mega B Vargas Ave. and Bank Drive 57 – ITH along 4 – PO along J. Vargas Meralco Ave. Flyover Ave. neat Center near Horizon Condo Point 53 – FXT / UZ corner 6 – FXT along Jade J. Vargas Ave. and Road Meralco Ave. Flyover 58 – PO at the 6 – FXT in front of intersection of J. BDO / East Tektite Vargas Ave. and Tower Emerlad Ave. 38 – ITH at the East Tektite Tower 91 – JT along Meralco Ave. near Alexandra Building D2 102 – FXT at SM Mega B facing St. Francis 12 – BT along EDSA- Megamall (Northbound) 35 – PO corner EDSA and Cornell 17 – MRT Shaw Blvd. Station 37 – WW along Lourdes School of Mandaluyong 11 – LP along San Miguel Ave. 13 – ITT corner Shaw Blvd. and One San Miguel Ave. 14 –TT along Pioneer St. near Cusina Movela / Tapa King 15 – TT corner Pioneer and Williams 20 – TT corner W. Capitol Drive and San Rafael near Petron 54 – ITT corner Shaw Blvd. and St. Francis 16 – JT near La Perla 8
  • 14. New Mobility Mapping Workshop: Ortigas CBD Area13 March 2012 | ADB Auditorium B Bldg. 16 – TT along Pioneer near One Gateway Place 31 – JT near Unilab 3 – PO in front of EDSA Central 34 – LB corner EDSA and United Ave. 2 – TXT corner United Ave. and Sto. Cristo 39 – JT near Starmall going to Kalentong 22 – JT between Ortigas Ave. and N. Western St. 21 – FXT between Ortigas Ave. and N. Western St. 70 - FXT along Ortigas Ave. near Chef‟s Catering ServicesMapping Codes: MRT – Metro Rail Transit BRT – Bus Rapid Transit BT – Bus Terminal JT – Jeepney Terminal FXT – FX Terminal GTXT-GT Express Terminal TXT – Taxi Terminal TT – Tricycle Terminal PT – Pedicab Terminal TBT – Tricyboat Terminal TH – Transport Hubs ITH – Informal Transport Hubs ITT – Informal Transport Terminal P – Parking BL – Bike Lane BP – Bike Path ML – Motorcycle Lane BL – Bus Lane LB – Loading Bays LZ – Loading zones UZ – Unloading zones WW – Walkways PO – Pedestrian Overpass 9
  • 15. New Mobility Mapping Workshop: Ortigas CBD Area13 March 2012 | ADB Auditorium B5.2 The second Workshop task was to identify immediate, short-term, and long-term implementation opportunities for enhancing the grid by using pink sticker dots. Results per group are as follows: Group 1 Group 2 Group 3 Group 4 Elevated bike access No bike lanes; if there Bike-sharing program from MRT station is, it‟s at a “bike at to decongest roads your own risk” (e.g. Bike sharing program in Paris) River Network Move away from car- Bikeway centric paradigm to non-motorized: should have shuttles, bike- sharing programs Bike lanes Flower stations: Bike parks and lanes More bike parking friendly to those who (Ortigas avenue to areas (instead of ads): walk and/or bike (park Meralco Avenue require all & bike / park & walk towards Cainta; Shaw establishments to stations) (e.g. Ortigas- Boulevard going to provide bike parking EDSA corner; corner Pasig; Frontera Drive) areas depending on of J.Vargas and ADB size of area / building Avenue) to improve access within Walk zones Walkways (Poveda Pedestrians aren‟t Open pedestrian Guadix going to prioritized; there access (from SM Mega Emerald Avenue / should be a Mall to ADB) Ortigas Center) countdown for traffic lights Green spaces Pedestrian (MRT Turn the MMDA Improve sidewalks: Ortigas station / impound lot into a more greenery, improve drainage; park covered area overpass J. Vargas to Clean the Pasig River Ortigas center) Provision for electric vehicles: E-jeep (United Avenue along Pasig; Ultra going to Ortigas; EDSA / Robinsons and Ortigas Bus Terminal) Decongest by having a BRT system areas (e.g. St. Paul) MRT tickets / cards should be made available from convenience stores or through cellphones (e.g. 7-eleven) No directories; better plan can make transportation faster 10
  • 16. New Mobility Mapping Workshop: Ortigas CBD Area13 March 2012 | ADB Auditorium B The common outputs from among the four groups include:  Provision of bicycle facilities such as bike parks in buildings and bike lanes;  Improvement of pedestrian facilities and walkways; and  Making available green spaces. Other responses obtained from the groups were the following:  Use of electric vehicles such as e-jeepneys or e-buses;  Having a bus rapid transport (BRT) system;  More innovative way of accessing payment for the MRT; and  Better planning by the transport sector and LGUs.5.3 The third Workshop task was to identify opportunities for “moving money” by using yellow sticker dots. Results per group are as follows: Group 1 Group 2 Group 3 Group 4 Small businesses Bike parks (MRT - SM Centralized parking catering to basic / Mega Mall; MRT Shaw (Mobility Hub or daily needs / Areas Boulevard; San Miguel “Mob Hub” and E- with park & bikes Corporation Head shuttle) (grocery stores, Office; Robinsons Bike sharing program: coffee shops, meeting Galleria; corner people pay to use places for people) Meralco and Ortigas bikes Avenues; Ortigas Avenue and Frontera Drive; La Fuedas / Eagle avenue) Advertisements, Advertising through vendo machines, or the bikes (e.g. Smart concessionaires Bike, sponsored by Smart Communications) Discourage cars: impose congestion charging in certain areas (e.g. Singapore) Park and E-jeep going to Ortigas area Charging stations for the e-jeeps The common outputs of the four groups are:  Charging of bike / e-jeep parking areas  Mob Hubs (Mobility Hubs)  Bike-sharing programs  Advertisements by commercial / business entities 11
  • 17. New Mobility Mapping Workshop: Ortigas CBD Area13 March 2012 | ADB Auditorium B5.4 The fourth Workshop task was to identify at least three key strategies for “moving minds” by using orange sticker dots. Results per group are as follows: Group 1 Group 2 Group 3 Group 4 Walk the talk: Encourage people to Build and/or promote sustainability is about use pedestrian or “Bike Mind” / investing and staking bicycle facilities “Walking is healthy.” commitments Turn Emerald Avenue Assign certain days for as vehicle-free area advocacy (e.g. No Car every Sunday Day; Bike Day) Pedestrian near ADB: can ADB donate a piece of the area for people to move around? BRT system: bus schedules (e.g. there‟s a bus every 5 minutes) Revive Banchetto / weekend market For the government Secure pedestrians‟ units, implement health against CCA-DRR initiatives pollution Organize “night” rides: regular visibility of people who walk or bike (e.g. celebrity endorsements)Common threads of discussion among the groups include:  Walking the talk – committing and investing for sustainable transport  promoting non-motorized mode of transportation; and  Assigning certain days for advocacy (e.g. Carless day, Bike day).Other suggestions raised were:  Implementing CCA-DRR, environmental and health initiatives especially for pedestrians;  Having a bus schedule; and  Enlisting celebrity support to make the advocacy more visible. 12
  • 18. New Mobility Mapping Workshop: Ortigas CBD Area13 March 2012 | ADB Auditorium B5.5 The fifth Workshop task was to identify at least five research questions that will help enhance their respective New Mobility grid. Results per group are as follows: Group 1 Group 2 Group 3 Group 4 Cost benefit study Study the feasibility CSR opportunities Acceptability of for the investors or for businesses business business sector to finance / invest in the new mobility program Zones for cooperation Consult/tap the business sectors, OCAI, Malls Management What facilities are GIS to map How do you build needed to support / transportation routes terminals for E-jeep promote the bike and and the overlaps near MRT station? walkway system to What can we do to encourage bikers and improve sidewalk walkers? (e.g. near MRT-EDSA? showers within Feasibility of buildings) centralized parking (i.e. “Mob Hub”) Survey on the Perception study: How do we promote acceptability of the what do people who the idea of non- walkway/ bike park live here think of it motorized transport lane project (green transport)? system (e.g. through incentivized programs)? Where are people coming from? Will E-buses plying around CBD be more appropriate than E- jeep? Review political delineations between the three LGUs (Mandaluyong, Pasig, Quezon City) Review of development plans of the three cities (Mandaluyong, Pasig, Quezon City) 13
  • 19. New Mobility Mapping Workshop: Ortigas CBD Area13 March 2012 | ADB Auditorium B Group 1 Group 2 Group 3 Group 4 How do we integrate “Mobility Program” with development? What are the problems encountered in the implementation of walkability program? Jungle gyms, artwork gallery, exciting lighting, aviaries, organic businesses The groups were able to identify common research questions:  Feasibility / Acceptability of financing or investments in New Mobility programs and businesses;  Cooperation among different sectors in implementing New Mobility initiatives;  Identification of facilities needed to promote New Mobility initiatives (e.g. bicycle system, walkways, Mob Hubs, and GIS technology in mapping); and  Perception / Acceptability of people on New Mobility initiatives. Other points raised by the participants were the following:  Defining transportation routes (i.e., where are people coming from?);  Integrating mobility with development;  Reviewing political delineations and development plans among three cities (Mandaluyong, Pasig, and Quezon City); and  Finding the problems encountered in implementing walkability programs.5.6 The last Workshop task was to identify policies that will remove barriers or provide incentives to integrated innovation and implementation. Results per group are as follows: Group 1 Group 2 Group 3 Group 4 Land use policy: re- Provide more street Who will do draw / redesign roads lighting maintenance and since most roads operation? were designed for high-speed vehicle motion Review House Bill Widen sidewalks to 5240 (Bike Parking encourage use by Law of the Philippines) pedestrians Strictly implement the anti-smoke belching policy To green Ortigas for environmental support 14
  • 20. New Mobility Mapping Workshop: Ortigas CBD Area13 March 2012 | ADB Auditorium B Give more power to Improve security MMDA (eminent through PNP and domain); traffic MMDA visibility; doesn‟t stop in one install CCTVs city Meeting of Legislation for Public- stakeholders Private partnerships Cooperation between Mandaluyong, Pasig, Quezon City, and from the whole country Engage with SM and Shangri-La; link Greenway Project to SM Development Can ADB provide financial support? Political will Where to get funding BRT along EDSA- Shaw-Ortigas Implement “No garage, no car” policy Apprehend road side parkings The groups identified that in order to achieve New Mobility, the following policies should be taken into consideration:  Review House Bill 5240 or the Bike Parking Policy;  Review of the land use policy and redesign infrastructure and consider vehicle motion, pedestrian facility, and street lighting;  Improving security / management visibility through more MMDA power and installation of CCTVs;  Review legislation for public-private partnerships;  Inter-LGU cooperation to promote New Mobility  Financial support to the initiatives  Enhance linkage / engagement among different stakeholders; and  Provide support for green transport. 15
  • 21. New Mobility Mapping Workshop: Ortigas CBD Area13 March 2012 | ADB Auditorium B6.0 Synthesis and Next Steps Dr. Marie Danielle Guillen, Project Manager of the Catalyzing New Mobility in Cities Project under the Ateneo School of Government, gave the synthesis of the Workshop. She recognized that in the duration of the Workshop, there was no mention of “traffic,” and instead, the participants talked about how people move and what people need. She reiterated the importance of mapping, as was validated by a participant to be the „compass on where to go.‟ Clearly, the New Mobility paradigm demonstrates how people can connect not only physically but also in terms of action, partnerships, and resource-sharing. She followed with an invitation to a Social Enterprise and Social Innovations Awards, the Project‟s search for innovative Dr. Guillen (ASoG) giving the Synthesis and Next Steps to be taken ideas on New Mobility. (Guidelines can be found at http://inclusivemobility.net/awards/)7.0 Closing ProgramCertificates of Attendance (See Annex 6) were given to the participants by Dr. Segundo Romero,Director of the iBoP Asia Program, Ateneo School of Government.Dr. Romero gave the closingremarks. He started by re-statingan earlier suggestion of theparticipants for ADB to give aportion of its area (at least thewall facing the MRT-Ortigas area)to the public. He highlighted thatthe New Mobility MappingWorkshop evidentlydemonstrated working together,despite being strangers, for acause. He said that oftentimes,people are used to solvingindividual problems and notcommunity ones. With this, hechallenged the participants tobring the initiative to their owncommunities. Dr. Romero alsoshared the Project‟s next activities Left: Dr. Romero (ASoG) giving the Closing Remarks;– including more Mapping Right: Mr. Ung (ADB) thanking the participants who attended the WorkshopWorkshops and New MobilityForums to be organized at least twice a month in Ateneo School of Government. Finally, he thankedthe participants for their „carnival of creativity‟ shown during the activity, and equally gave gratitudeto ASoG‟s partners in organizing the Workshop. 16
  • 22. New Mobility Mapping Workshop: Ortigas CBD Area13 March 2012 | ADB Auditorium BDeputy Director General of the Regional and Sustainable Development Department of the ADB, Mr.Wu Chu Ung, also thanked everyone who participated in the Mapping Workshop. He said that newdevelopments concerning mobility, particularly the walkways (e.g. Fort Bonifacio area), send greatmessage to the people. These kinds of initiatives not only make accessibility a notch better but alsocontribute to low carbon footprint. He hoped that the Workshop will just be a beginning of moreconcrete improvements in the near future.The Workshop participants gathered for a photo session and then went for lunch that wassponsored by Jollibee Foundation. Participants to the 2nd New Mobility Mapping Workshop: Ortigas CBD and Surrounding AreasPrepared By: Marien Nilo-Fulo | Lorenzo V. Cordova, Jr. 17
  • 23. ANNEX 1List of Participants / Modes of Transportation Used
  • 24. New Mobility Mapping Workshop: Ortigas CBD Area13 March 2012 | ADB Auditorium BAnnex 1List of Participants / Modes of Transportation Used Modes of Name Organization Transportation Used 1 Abano, Joanne ADB Carpool 2 Alcazaren, Paolo Philippine Star 3 Antonio, Richard CAI Asia 4 Aquino, Rey Cityland Megaplaza Tricycle, Jeep, Bus, MRT, Walked5 Arciaga, C. ADB6 Asilo, Agustina ADB Tricycle, Van, MRT7 Bagayaua-Mendoza, Gemma Rappler Inc. Car8 Bathan-Baterina, Glynda CAI-Asia Car9 Buencamino, Vic OCAI Car10 Camagay, Manny ADB Walked11 Carlos, Christopher CAI Asia12 Chavez, Arlene ADB13 Cleto, Benjamin Ateneo14 Cordova, Lorenzo Jr. Ateneo School of Government15 Cortes, Jose Miguel ADB16 Dapilan, Anabelle Medical Plaza Ortigas Car, FX17 Dayao, Dinna Ateneo School of Government LRT, MRT, Walked18 Del Rosario, Mark Jordan Strata 2000 Condo Taxi19 Dela Cruz, Bernardo One Corporate Tower FX, Walked20 Felicisimo, Florinor St. Paul College, Pasig FX21 Fischeliz, Liz ADB Walked22 Fortuno, Ethel Wolda Tiklop Society of the Philippines MRT23 Fortuno, Pio Tiklop Society of the Philippines MRT24 Fulo, Marien Ateneo School of Government Bus25 Galapin, Rico LGU Quezon City26 Garcia, Gregg ADB Car27 Gaw, Carolyn Firefly Brigade Car28 Go, Raymund San Miguel Prop. Condo. Car, Walked29 Guillen, Marie Danielle Ateneo School of Government Walked30 Handayan, Larry LGU Quezon City31 Lampa, Rogelio Quantuvis Resources Corp. Car32 Lapeña, Carmela GMA News Online MRT, Jeep33 Lazarte, Paul UA&P Jeep, MRT, Walked, Company Car34 Leomo, Yuri NEDA Jeep, Bus, Walked35 Liao, Johnny ICA Car36 Maralit, Rorelita NEDA Taxi37 Maralit, Antonio Carlos La Salle Greenhills Car38 Mejia, Joseph Jeep, Walked39 Mesias, Nenita Poveda Car40 Morales, Jomaico Cityland Megaplaza MRT, LRT, Walked41 Naciongayo, Racquel CENRO Pasig City Car42 Navasca, Herbert CAI Asia43 Noroña, Noriel Cityland Megaplaza Walked44 Oreta, Ma. Cristina E-MBM Car45 Paje, Paulino Joy-Nostalg Center Bus, Walked
  • 25. New Mobility Mapping Workshop: Ortigas CBD Area13 March 2012 | ADB Auditorium B46 Pineda, Renato David Partnership for Clean Air Car47 Punte, Sophie CAI Asia48 Puti-an, Ivi Poveda Car49 Rathnasena, Iresha CAI Asia Walked50 Rea, Joseph Perfecto Mandaluyong City51 Rendal, Samuel Greenhills Christian Fellowship Car, Hitched a ride52 Romero, Segundo Ateneo School of Government Car53 Ruzgal, Jessie JMT Condominium Walked54 Sakamoto, Ko ADB Walked55 Segovia, Victoria Partnership for Clean Air Tricycle, FX56 Shah, Jim ADB57 Singru, Ramola ADB58 Thomas, Lainie ADB Walked59 Topacio, Andrew CAI Asia60 Velasco, Ma. Cristina MMDA Carpool61 Villagracia, Ritchie CENRO FX62 Viloria, Ma. Rebecca Pacific Center Jeep, MRT, Walked63 Wright, Lloyd ADB Bicycle
  • 26. ANNEX 2 Programme of Activities
  • 27. New Mobility Mapping Workshop: Ortigas CBD Area13 March 2012 | ADB Auditorium B Catalyzing New Mobility in Cities: The Case of Metro Manila Ortigas CBD New Mobility Mapping Workshop Auditorium B, Asian Development Bank, ADB Avenue, Mandaluyong City March 13, 2012 PROGRAMME OF ACTIVITIES TIME ACTIVITY8:00 – 8:30 a.m. Registration8:30 – 8:40 Opening Program Neeraj K. Jain - Welcome Remarks Country Director, Philippine Country Office. ADB Racquel Naciongayo City Environment and Natural Resources Officer, Pasig City8:40 – 8:50 Introduction of Participants8:50 – 9:00 New Mobility Mapping Overview Atty. Glynda Bathan-Baterina Policy and Partnership Manager CAI-Asia9:00 –9:30 Walking Tour of Ortigas CBD Ateneo School of Government (particular area to be determined)9:30-9:45 Mid-Morning coffee break9:45 – 10:00 New Mobility Mapping Workshop Lorenzo V. Cordova, Jr. EnP Process Briefing Research Associate Catalyzing New Mobility in Cities Project Ateneo School of Government10:00 – 12:00 Mapping Workshop Simultaneous New Mobility Mapping by a. Reveal your new mobility grid (20 Workshop Groups mins) b. Identify implementation opportunities. (20 mins) c. Identify opportunities for “moving money” (economic benefit). (20 mins) d. Identify opportunities for “moving minds”. (20 mins)
  • 28. New Mobility Mapping Workshop: Ortigas CBD Area13 March 2012 | ADB Auditorium B e. Raise queries to enhance grid. (20 mins) f. Shape policy. (20 mins)12:00 – 1:00 p.m. Group Presentations 10-Minute Group Presentations of New Mobility Maps and Key Insights and Proposed Initiatives1:00 – 1:10 Synthesis and Next Steps Forward Dr. Marie Danielle Guillen Project Manager Catalyzing New Mobility in Cities Project Ateneo School of Government1:10 – 1:20 Awarding of Certificates1:25 – 1:30 Closing Remarks Dr. Segundo Romero Director Catalyzing New Mobility in Cities Project Ateneo School of Government Master of Ceremonies: Richard Ricci Antonio (CAI-Asia)
  • 29. ANNEX 3New Mobility Mapping Workshop Overview
  • 30. 4/15/2012 Catalyzing New Mobility in Cities: The Case of Metro Manila Ortigas CBD New Mobility Mapping Workshop Auditorium B, Asian Development Bank, ADB Avenue, Mandaluyong City March 13, 2012 1New Mobility MappingOverviewGlynda Bathan-BaterinaClean Air Initiative for Asian Cities Center (CAI-Asia Center)Ortigas CBD New Mobility Mapping Workshop13 March 2012 1
  • 31. 4/15/2012Obsolete New Mobility paradigm:paradigm: DevelopBuild more sustainableroads to deal transportwith increased systems throughdemand for Avoid – Shift –mobility Improve measuresWhy New or Sustainable Mobility? • Reduce GHG emissions significantly • Reduce energy consumption • Reduce congestion • Create more livable cities 4 2
  • 32. 4/15/2012 5Source: GIZ-SUTP, with modifications Avoid-Shift-Improve AVOID SHIFT IMPROVE Vehicle efficiency Integrated land- Non-motorized use planning and transport Vehicle transport (walking, cycling) technology demand management Public transport Fuel quality 6 3
  • 33. 4/15/2012 Apply A-S-I to shopping 7Source: GIZ-SUTP NMT - Walking and cycling 8 4
  • 34. 4/15/2012Public transport 9 What we will do today - Walk 10 5
  • 35. 4/15/2012Map 11Report 12 6
  • 36. 4/15/2012 For more information www.cleanairinitiative.org CAI-Asia China Office CAI-Asia Center CAI-Asia India Office center@cai-asia.org cpo@cai-asia.org Unit 3505 Robinsons-Equitable Tower india@cai-asia.org 901A Reignwood Building, ADB Avenue, Pasig City Regus Elegance No. 8 YongAnDongLi Metro Manila 1605 Elegance Tower, Mathura Road, Jianguomenwai Avenue Beijing Philippines Jasola Vihar, New Delhi China India CAI-Asia Country Networks China . India . Indonesia . Nepal . Pakistan . Philippines . Sri Lanka . VietnamCAI-Asia Center Members 229 CAI-Asia Partnership Members Donors in 2011 Asian Development Bank  ClimateWorks Foundation  Energy Foundation • 45 Cities  Fredskorpset Norway  Fu Tak Iam Foundation  German International • 19 Environment ministries Cooperation (GIZ)  Guangdong Government  Institute for Global • 13 Other Government agencies Environmental Strategies (IGES)  Institute for Transport Policy Studies  • 17 Development agencies and foundationsInstitute for Transportation and Development Policy  International Union for Conservation of Nature  Korea Transport Institute  MAHA  Philippine • 66 NGOs Business for the Environment  United Nations Centre for Regional 13 • 37 Academic and research institutes Development (UNCRD)  United Nations Environment Program Partnership • 32 Private sector companies for Clean Fuels and Vehicles (UNEP PCFV)  Veolia  World Bank 7
  • 37. ANNEX 4 New Mobility Mapping Guide
  • 38. New Mobility Mapping Workshop: Ortigas CBD Area13 March 2012 | ADB Auditorium B CATALYZING NEW MOBILITY IN CITIES PROJECT NEW MOBILITY MAPPING Innovations at the Base of the Pyramid in Asia (iBoP Asia) Program ATENEO SCHOOL OF GOVERNMENT in cooperation with Clean Air Initiative for Asian Cities Center WORKSHOP GUIDEWELCOME to the Metro Manila New Mobility Mapping Workshop, a half-day event that givesparticipants the opportunity to collaboratively improve transportation in Metro Manila.We do this specifically today by “revealing the existing New Mobility Grid” generating hithertounrecorded information about the location and interconnectivity of transport facilities and featureswithin a selected slice of Metro Manila – the Ortigas Center Business District and immediateenvironment.We are taking an approach utilized at the University of Michigan Sustainable Mobility AccessibilityResearch and Transformation (SMART) Centre to identify, reveal and enhance the multi-modal/NewMobility Grid in communities and regions around the world. The approach also facilitatesexploration of economic development, employment, and innovation opportunity as well asapproaches to marketing and communicating about the enhanced system.Today’s New Mobility Mapping demonstrates process which if, relevant and applicable can bereplicated in other areas of Metro Manila by other stakeholders, the resulting maps of which can beconsolidated with the incremental database of sectional new mobility Maps. At the same time, theconnectivity maps can be easily made into door-to-door transport maps for users and distributed inprint or online. The mapping process both provides a tool for users for the short-term, and a toolfor identifying future enhancements for the long term.Objectives of the Exercise (in Brief) 1. Reveal existing and potential transport connectivity grid including informal hubs and other uncharted transport system features. 2. Provide stakeholders an opportunity to work together in accelerating and advancing implementation of sustainable, connected, inclusive transport and generating and sharing related information, and policy initiatives 3. Build on and further extend the shareable knowledge base of inclusive mobility-enhancing features of the transport systemAVAILABLE TOOLSMapping Tools and SuppliesThe following workshop tools and supplies are available for each workshop group: 1. An easel or flipchart for documenting discussions 2. Tracing paper for providing information without marking the base focus map (to increase its reusability). 3. Round colored sticker dots (0.5 inch and 0.25 inch in diameter in red, blue, green, purple, orange, yellow, and white colors) 4. Color markers for labeling added map features onto post-it notes 5. Post-it notes 6. Masking Tape for general use
  • 39. New Mobility Mapping Workshop: Ortigas CBD Area13 March 2012 | ADB Auditorium B 7. Scissors for general use 8. Magnifying glass for general useLess tangible Resources You have at Your Disposal 1. Diverse colleagues/group members 2. Knowledge of some of the transport features of the selected focus map segment 3. Some knowledge of what is connected 4. Sense of humour and creativity 5. Sense of civic duty/passion for improvementFinding Your Group (as you find New Mobility)You will be in one of workshop groups. Look at the colour of your name tag dot. It tells whetheryou represent a government, an NGO, a big business, a small venture, or academe. Please make surethat in your group every colour is represented. Please also favour group in which you know the leastnumber of people.Getting Started* First, please identify a rapporteur to take notes.* Next, please identify a volunteer to report back to the larger group.* Next, please identify, a group chair or facilitator to organize and steer the work of the groupaccording to the steps below.Workshop TasksEach group will be assigned a specific area to work on for the following workshop tasks: 1. Reveal your new mobility grid. Using your focus map, use the blue dot stickers to identify the New Mobility Grid by marking as many connection points as possible between two or more modes and services. (20 minutes) 2. Identify implementation opportunities. Using your revealed grid, identify immediate, short-term, and long term opportunities for enhancing the grid. Use pink dots for these opportunities. (20 minutes) 3. Identify opportunities for “moving money” (economic benefit). Using your revealed grid, use yellow dots to identify economic benefits and opportunities specific to your grid including creating jobs, saving money, boosting business (new innovations, new markets), and revitalizing local economies. (20 minutes) 4. Identify opportunities for “moving minds”. Identify at least three key strategies for “moving minds” of both users and decision-makers. Use orange dots for these opportunities. (20 minutes) 5. Raise queries to enhance grid. Identify at least 5 research questions or areas of knowledge or data pursuit and/or initiatives that will help you enhance your New Mobility Grid. (20 minutes) 6. Shape policy. Identify policies that will remove barriers to (or provide incentives to) integrated innovation and implementation. Note that they don’t all have to be transportation policies. They may be policies relating to land use, energy, economic and finance, information and communications, innovation, social, tourism, and others. (20 minutes)Each participant will be assigned a set of number codes (e.g. numbers 1 to 10; 11-20... 91-100) thatwill correspond to the comments/insights for each dot.
  • 40. New Mobility Mapping Workshop: Ortigas CBD Area13 March 2012 | ADB Auditorium BWorkshop Output Presentation 1. Each group will be given 10-12 minutes to report on the results of their performance on the six tasks. 2. In plenary, the groups identify  Common Themes across the 4 tables  Common Ground across the 4 tables  Points of innovation and variation across the 4 tablesNext StepsThe workshop working in plenary identifies the following:  Strategy for more New Mobility Mapping  Strategy for organizing for implementing identified initiatives
  • 41. ANNEX 5 Photo Documentation
  • 42. New Mobility Mapping Workshop: Ortigas CBD Area13 March 2012 | ADB Auditorium BAnnex 5Photo Documentation Opening Session
  • 43. New Mobility Mapping Workshop: Ortigas CBD Area13 March 2012 | ADB Auditorium B Walking Tour Around Ortigas CBD and Surrounding Areas
  • 44. New Mobility Mapping Workshop: Ortigas CBD Area13 March 2012 | ADB Auditorium B Mapping Workshop
  • 45. New Mobility Mapping Workshop: Ortigas CBD Area13 March 2012 | ADB Auditorium B Reporting of Outputs
  • 46. New Mobility Mapping Workshop: Ortigas CBD Area13 March 2012 | ADB Auditorium B Closing Program
  • 47. ANNEX 6 Sample Certificate
  • 48. Certificate of Completion SMART New Mobility Mapping and Implementation Workshophas completed the New Mobility Mapping and Implementation Workshop and has gained skills related to advancing and accelerating integrated and sustainable transportation systems in communities. This activity is based on the approach used by the University of Michigan SMART Centre. On this 13th day of March in 2012. Sophie Punte Segundo Romero Executive Director Director, Inno

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