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COPA DO MUNDO - Experiência de Durban, Africa do Sul, 2010
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Eric apelgren durban 2010 fifa world

  1. 1. Durban 2010 FIFA World Cup Host City Presentation at International Conference on Innovative Cities, Curitiba, Brazil 18 May 2011 Eric Apelgren
  2. 2. Durban some basic facts  Total area 2297 km2  Population – 3.5 million  Annual budget – R23 billion  Number of councillors – 200  Number of wards – 100  Number of staff – 19000  Level of unemployment -30%  Durban – a name introduced by the British colonialists. Still used to market the region.  eThekwini (an indigenous name) municipality is the legal entity today.
  3. 3. ORGANOGRAM FOR ETHEKWINI MUNICIPALITY CITY MANAGER Office of the City Deputy City Manager: Deputy City Manager: Deputy City Manager: Deputy City Manager: Deputy City Manager: Deputy City Manager:Manager CLUSTER Sustainable Procurement & Health, Safety & Governance Corporate and Treasury 272 (28) = 300 Development & Infrastructure Social Services CLUSTER Human Resources CLUSTER City Enterprises CLUSTER CLUSTER CLUSTER CLUSTER 6591 (405) = 6996 6084 (2055) = 8139 223 (136) = 359 439 (136) = 575 1036 (189) = 1225 467 (97) = 564 Head: Geographical Supply Chain Management Health Unit Internal Control & Development City Hall Human Information Unit 3.1 4.1 Resources Unit Business Systems Planning and Administration 116 (5) = 121 94 (16) = 110 943 (78) = 1021 Department Management and Secretariat 286 (57) = 343 91 (16) = 107 Unit Unit Head: Internal Audit & 314 (31) = 345 Housing Unit Metropolitan 106 (52) =158 Finance, Pensions & Major Performance Management 3.2 Police Skills Projects Unit 335 (39) = 374 Unit Communication Development Unit Department Economic 72 (6) = 78 1383 (556) =1939 Unit 35 (9) = 44 Development and Facilitation Electricity Unit 17 (14) = 31 79 (75) = 154 Income Head: International & Unit Emergency Governance Relations Unit 18 (15) = 33 1632 (124) = 1756 Services Regional Management 190 (94) = 284 6 (2) = 8 Unit Centres Services and Water and 572 (30) = 602 Unit Organizational Business Expenditure Ombudsperson & Head: Support Sanitation 79 (38) = 117 Unit Unit 22 (4) = 26 Unit Investigations Unit Unit Parks, Recreation 1670 (97) = 1767 377 (24) = 401 28 (2) = 30 33 (5) = 38 & Culture Community Unit Participation Occupational 3185 (1391) = 4576 Real Estates Unit Legal Markets Unit Cleansing and & Action Support Health & Safety Services Unit Solid Waste Unit Unit 110 (21) = 131 26 (2) = 28 85 (28) = 113 Unit 20 (320) = 52 51 (0) = 51 1110 (95) = 1205 City Fleet Unit Strategic Project Unit City Enterprises Engineering Unit 230(23) = 253 0 (6) = 6 Unit 17 (18) = 35 1646 (32) = 1678 Transport Authority Unit 103 (2) =105
  4. 4. MOSES MABHIDA STADIUM & PRECINCT
  5. 5. 2010 is not just about the stadium…
  6. 6. Background: “WC 2010 and Beyond” In early 2005 eThekwini and Province adopted a “2010 and Beyond Strategy” aimed at positioning the city and province as Africa’s Premier Sport and Tourism destination. Also looks at building sport – especially football in the region
  7. 7. 2010 and Beyond Event-led Development Durban is one of the major sporting cities in Africa Proven ability to host major international sporting events:  Cricket World Cup matches  Rugby World Cup matches  Clipper Round the World Yacht race  World Cycling Championships  FINA World Swimming Championships  A1 Grand Prix World Rally
  8. 8. 2010 and Beyond The physical heart of 2010 is the Kings Park Sporting Precinct  Moses Mabhida Stadium  Planning/Construction process underway to accommodate the main Olympic sporting codes
  9. 9. Moses Mabhida Stadium  World class 70 000 Seater stadium to host semi-final  Capable of being expanded to accommodate future Olympics  Multifunctional without compromising activity of football  Financially viable: maximising potential income streams while minimising financial drain on city  Best concept at the best price
  10. 10. Stadium Precinct People’s Park and Heroes’ Walk Underground Parking Pedestrianisation of Walter Gilbert Road Imbizo Place Pedestrianised link from NMR to the Beach Resurfacing NMR Road FIFA Precinct Costs Access Improvements Sports Precinct Service Road Kings Park Railway Station Sport and Culture Hall of Excellence Roof Arch Tourist Attraction
  11. 11. Stadium PrecinctPedestrianised link to beach People‟s Park & Heroes Walk with Underground parkingImbizo Place, retail & Road Access points Multi-media Sports Museum Sports precinct service road New Kings Park Railway Station and Transport interchange Semi-pedestrianisation of Walter Gilbert Road
  12. 12. BEACH NODES Coastal Redevelopment 100 KM of “Platinum” Coastline (Tongaat River to the Scottburgh boundary) Focus on high intensity Tourism nodes Four Key City Nodes: West Street Node (old Sea World / Aquarium) UShaka Marine Park Area Ocean Sports Complex Natal Command/Film Studio Interface
  13. 13. KINGS PARK SPORTS AND RECREATION DEVELOPMENT PLAN CONCEPT SPATIAL PLAN 1 5 7 17B 5A 16 4 6 12 3 8 9 13/14/15 2A 2B 19 10 11 18 17A 201. Cricket 2. Hotel/sports fields 3. Baseball/Softball/Netball4. Hotel/sports accommodation 5. People‟s Park & u/g parking 5/A. Potential Training Fields6. Football/athletics 7. Proposed railway station 8. Aquatics9. Rugby 10.Athletics 11. Archery12. Cycling 13. High performance centre 14. Indoor sports centre15. Tennis 16. Equestrian 17A/B. Golf/trails18. Canoeing/Paddling 19. A1 GP Racing 20. FIFA Beach Soccer
  14. 14. Work Streams in Durban Stadium Precinct Transport Safety and Security ICT Tourism & Accommodation Skills Development Marketing & CommunicationEconomic Dev. & Business Opportunities Green Goal (Environmental) City Beautification Bulk Support infrastructure FIFA events Volunteers
  15. 15. HOTEL DEVELOPMENT Hotel Study identified 20 potential hotel sites 6 "hot" sites 3 sites released for hotel development  Hoy Park (north-east corner)  Pavilion site (north-west corner)  ICC or DEC Private sector hotel developments planned for construction in next 18 months  Sun Coast Casino (160 room)  Point Development (2 hotels average 110 rooms)  Film Studio beach interface  Royal Palm (Three Cities)  Marriott Hotel
  16. 16. Moses Mabhida Stadium•Becoming a key tourist attraction in Durban•Sky Car, stadium tours, and adventure walk•Swing through the arch to open shortly•Games being held to test and improve systems•Stadium handed over to FIFA in stages from March
  17. 17. MOSES MABHIDA STADIUM PRECINCTAblution facilities Restaurant – with outdoor seating Improved pedestrianChange rooms walkway along IsaiahEmergency Ntshangase Rdaccess road Open air amphitheatre Imbizo Place - retail Moses Mabhida Place1 Km run/walkingtrack Upgrade to Masabalala Yengwa Avenue Re-aligned M4 Access road Pedestrian linkage to beachfront
  18. 18. Cable car and other projects Southern Arch footing Guided adventure walk up 550 steps
  19. 19. Retail facilities
  20. 20. Imbizo Place
  21. 21. Imbizo Place
  22. 22. Imbizo Place
  23. 23. Retail Facilities
  24. 24. Beach Link
  25. 25. Road Upgrade
  26. 26. People’s Park
  27. 27. People’s Park
  28. 28. FAN PARK AND BEACH FESTIVAL
  29. 29. Fan Park andBeach Festival
  30. 30. Fan ParkWHERE: New Beach, central beachfrontSIZE: Can host 25 000 – 30 000 peopleENTRANCE: FreeAIM: Screening of all 64 World Cup matches on the big screen, entertainment Our Official FIFA Fan Fest also & MORE… offers visitors something no other South African city can – the chance to take a half-time dip in our warm, warm sea!
  31. 31. Beachfront ImagesStadium Stadium Link Beach Festival FAN PARK Beach Festival
  32. 32. Beach FestivalENTERTAINMENTFull programme along beachfront promenade,including buskers, fire eaters, dancers, choirs etc.FOOD & BEVERAGEA wide variety, including al fresco dining, vendors, etc.ARTS & CRAFTSCurios, beadwork, artworks, etc.BEACH AND WATER SPORTS An annual favourite with lots to see and do along one of the most beautiful beachfront promenades in the world…
  33. 33. Beach Festival
  34. 34. Other amenities Destination Market  Showcasing local products, art, music and fashion Fan Centre  Tourism information  Fan embassy  Fan assistance
  35. 35. Public Viewing Areas Will provide easier access to FIFA World Cup action for those who may not be able to travel to the beachfront Entrance is free Big-screen TVs Additional entertainment Food and Beverage outlets
  36. 36. King Shaka AirportPark & Ride: GatewayTraining Venue: Princess MagogoPVA: KwamashuTraining Venue: Sugar Ray XuluMoses Mabhida StadiumBeachfront Fan ParkTransport Hub : CentrumPVA: UmlaziDurban International Airport
  37. 37. KWAMASHU SPORTS HUB  Site 1: Stadium SITE 1 Site  Site 2: IndoorSITE 2 Sports Centre & Park site SITE 3  Site 3: Cricket oval and football field
  38. 38. UMLAZI SPORTS HUB  Redefining stadium boundary and installation of new perimeter fencing and additional turnstiles  Provision of parking and pedestrian access on the eastern embankment Provision of VIP, players and OB Vans parking adjacent to the main grandstand  Re-grassing of the pitch and improving of the drainage system
  39. 39. Transport Issues
  40. 40. Inner City Distribution and People Mover Bus System» Highly secure with large windows, CCTV cameras and security personnel at bus stops» Electronic ramps to give disabled passengers easy access» Air conditioned and spacious interior to provide luxurious comfort» Extended operating hours (06h00 – 23h00)
  41. 41. INNER CITY DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM • Next Phase of People Mover System • Backbone of Inner city public transport • Serve both commuter & tourist • Special services over 2010 Route extensions for 2A PHASES A + SWC service B 7A 4 Not included 6 Deleted Deleted 7 2 9 10 8 1 3 5 10 21 1 Route No. 32 Buses/hour Bus Fleet 73 Loading platforms 91 Passenger/hour 7500 E-W DISTRIBUTION SERVICE 2010 ALL BUS „SHUTTLE SERVICE‟
  42. 42. Warwick• Inbound Overpass - Started in March 2008 and is due for completion by March 2010 .• Outbound Overpass – Started Feb 2009, due to complete in May 2010.
  43. 43. Public TransportInformation Kiosks• Touchscreens ready for installation @ Stadium, Beachfront, Airport, Shopping Malls• Data Capture in progress• Training in progress• Activation February & March 2010
  44. 44. King Shaka Airport  Currently under construction at La Mercy  Completion May 2010  Phased commissioning
  45. 45. DUBE TRADEPORT2,000 Hectare MasterplannedDevelopment incorporating:King Shaka International Airport- Intercontinental Air Platform for Passenger and Freight Operations - Initial runway length 3,700m, but expandable to 4,000 m - 24 hour operating capability - 6 million passenger capacityTrade Zone  Incorporating: - Cargo Terminal and Perishables Centre - Time sensitive manufacturing and value added logistics areas - ICT Platform and Electronic Trade - Government Support Services - Agricultural Production and Processing Zone - Business Support Environment
  46. 46. Transport Operational Plan GETTING TO AND FROM THE MAIN EVENT VENUES  Stadium  By car – via park and rides or via park and walks  By foot – via pedestrian paths  By rail – to Moses Mabhida Stadium  Beach Festival, Fan park and beachfront  Same options as above  Airport – via shuttle
  47. 47. Transport Operational Plan MOVING ABOUT THE CITY  Walking – encourage along pedestrian routes and Fan Miles  Driving – to be avoided – expect lots of congestion  Bus – using ICDS  Rail – prioritised stations and fan coaches  Taxi’s – encourage only the use of registered taxi’s
  48. 48. Park and Ride Central Transport Hub: Centrum Site (next to workshop) This service will run for the 48 days between 1 June 2010 to 18 July 2010, from 9:00 in the morning to 03:00 the next morning
  49. 49. Walking• Safe routes• Upgraded pavements• Improved lighting• Higher service levels• Increased Police surveillance• CCTV surveillance• Signage at regular intervals• Street ‘dressing’• Indicated on maps
  50. 50. Driving • Make use of “park and walk” facilities • Road closures: • Roads around stadium to be closed or have restricted during WC • Maps will be published in media and on 2010 website • Roads with expected closures or restrictions; oAround the Stadium oOn match days and the night before oBeachfront oManaged system oCentrum oSingle lane closures
  51. 51. Road closures * (To all except authorised vehicles) Level 1: Non-match day  Isaiah Ntshangase Rd closed  No substantial other closures Level 2: Weekend or Public Holiday Match days  Closures begin the night before  Sandile Thusi (Argyle) closed from Umgeni Road to Playfair  MY Ave (ex NMR) closed from Innes to Somtseu Level 3:Weekday Match days  Northbound side of MY Ave closed night before  Southbound closed from 08h30 Level 4: Semi final  Closure from the night before  Both sides of MY Ave (as above)  Sandile Thusi (Argyle)(as above)
  52. 52. Rail transport Special train•Rail use encouraged to lessen traffic congestion in city services willcentre include•Main lines to be used are; promotions and oUmlazi events on trains. oINK – Inanda, KwaMashu and Ntuzuma Will have a special oChatsworth service from all oQueensburgh/Old Line Suburbs rail served zones•All stations in operation but key stations for entry are; prior to kick-off oKwaMnyandu Station (Umlazi) and KwaMashu Station and a return trip•Park & rail at stations on Chatsworth / Queensburgh lines after the end of•Moses Mabhida station being upgraded for stadium access the match and the•Durban Station for access to city centre / beachfront close of the Fan Park on match days.
  53. 53. Other transport issues•Airport transfers: •Shuttle from KSIA to central transport hub, stopping at major accommodation nodes in Umhlanga and Durban’s Beachfront. Operate on a 10-15 minute interval, in 40 seater busses. Various ticket outlets available.•Metered taxis: •City registered taxis marked with coloured sticker•Transport information •Media •Call centre •Touch screens •Website
  54. 54. Entertainment and Activities beyond Football ENTERTAINMENT AREAS
  55. 55. Umhlanga Durban North Florida Road & Windemere Beachfront Moses Mabhida StadiumHelen Joseph Rd City Hall Precinct Harbour Edge Point Precinct
  56. 56. Exclusion ZoneOuter perimeterInner perimeter
  57. 57. Beachfront Redevelopment: Key nodes Promenade Addington Beach Node New beach Node New Pier Node All underway: and due for completion in March 2010
  58. 58. List of sister city’sFormalised Sister City Agreements Leeds (United Kingdom) Chicago (USA) New Orleans (USA) Nantes (France) Bremen (Germany) Guangzhou (China) Bulawayo (Zimbabwe) Oran (Algeria) Alexandria (Egypt) Le Port (Reunion) Rotterdam (Holland) Maputo (Mozambique)Proposed sister city partnerships for 2008 are Chennai (India) and Sao Paulo (Brazil)
  59. 59. Durban welcomes all cultures and age groups
  60. 60. DURBAN’S CULTURAL MELTINGPOT
  61. 61. Host City: Durban matches Sunday 13 June, 4pm: Germany-Australia Wednesday 16 June, 4pm: Spain-Switzerland Saturday 19 June, 4 pm: Netherlands-Japan 22 June: Nigeria-South Korea 25 June: Brazil-Portugal 28 June: Round 16 Match (Winner Group E vs. Runners Up Group F) 7 July 2010: Semi final
  62. 62. BERG & BUSH
  63. 63. More information? www.fifaworldcup.durban.gov.za Email: Apelgrene@durban.gov.za Telephone:International and Governance Relations +27313112124

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