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How to Measure Success or Failure in Urban Development - Henriette Vamberg - GEHL Architects - Transforming Transportation 2013 - EMBARQ and The World Bank

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How to measure success or failure?!


!   Presented at Transforming Transportation 2013!

! Henriette Vamberg!
!   Directo...

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  1. 1. How to measure success or failure?! !   Presented at Transforming Transportation 2013! ! Henriette Vamberg! !   Director! !   GEHL Architects! Transforming Transportation 2013!
  2. 2. How  to  measure  success  or  failure  ?   Henrie2e  Vamberg,  Director
  3. 3. Gehl  Architects                
  4. 4. Public life
  5. 5. Keeping  the  customers  happy       -­‐  also  future  genera5ons  
  6. 6. Moscow  
  7. 7. Melbourne, - 3 mio. Inh.
  8. 8. Places for People Melbourne 1994 Places for People Melbourne 2004
  9. 9. streets  =  80%  
  10. 10. 1993 - 2004 From 1.000 to 10.000 residents in the city centre
  11. 11. 67%  
  12. 12. public  space  in  1983       accessible  all  hours  
  13. 13. public  space  in  1993       accessible  all  hours  
  14. 14. public  space  in  2004   accessible  all  hours   accessible  business  hours   pedestrian  zone  -­‐  lunch5mes  
  15. 15. Extention and modernization of the Streetcar System
  16. 16. extent of bluestone paving in 2004 A policy of wide sidewalks with Bluestone pavements
  17. 17. 1983   l  =  5  dwellings  
  18. 18. 1987   l  =  5  dwellings  
  19. 19. 1992   738  dwellings   l  =  5  dwellings  
  20. 20. 1997   3,763  dwellings   l  =  5  dwellings   l  convenience  store  
  21. 21. 2000   7,399  dwellings   l  =  5  dwellings   l  convenience  store  
  22. 22. 2002   9,895  dwellings   l  =  5  dwellings   l  convenience  store  
  23. 23. street  trees   since  1993  
  24. 24. 1992   2005   1992   1992  
  25. 25. Outdoor  Cafes   • !  curbside cafes in 1983
  26. 26. Outdoor  Cafes   • !  curbside cafes in 1993
  27. 27. Outdoor  Cafes   • !  curbside cafes in 2004
  28. 28. •               3311  per  cent  increase  in  apartments  1982-­‐2002;   •               830  per  cent  more  residents  1992-­‐2002;   •               71  percent  more  public  space  1994-­‐2004;   •               62  per  cent  more  students  in  the  CDB  1993-­‐2004;   •               275  per  cent  more  cafes  and  restaurants  1993-­‐2004;   •               pedestrian  traffic  has  nearly  doubled  In  the  Bourke    Street  Mall  between  1993  and  2004  from  43,000    people  per  day  to  81,000;     •               Night  Vme  pedestrian  traffic  has  increased  98  per  cent    1993-­‐2004  reflecVng  the  growth  of  bars  and  café’s  and    a  safer,  more  welcoming  environment  
  29. 29. Retail   ResidenVal   Office  Vacancies   Employment   Bars  and  Pubs  
  30. 30. New  Road,  Brighton  _  before       CABE  Conference  -­‐  London   58   March  2008  
  31. 31. New  Road  -­‐  Brighton,  England   Before  renovaVon  –  September  2005   Very  few  people  choose  to  spend  Vme   at  New  Road  despite  proximity  to   theatres,  parks,  and  cafe’s       CABE  Conference  -­‐  London   59   March  2008  
  32. 32. New  Road  –  a  new  route  in  the  city   175 % more pedestrian traffic   CABE  Conference  -­‐  London   60   March  2008  
  33. 33. New  Road  -­‐  Brighton,  England   A`er  the  renovaVon,  New  Road  became  one  of  the   most  popular  places  in  Brighton  to  spend  Vme 600 % more staying activity 4th most important destination in Brighton   65 CABE  Conference  -­‐  London     March  2008  
  34. 34. New  Road  -­‐  Brighton,  England   •  Cars  Before  1300  (7am-­‐7pm)   •  Cars  APer          100  (7am-­‐7pm)   •  Average  speed  12  mph  (fastest  13  mph  was  a  bicycle!)   •  Cycling  up  22%     CABE  Conference  -­‐  London   66   March  2008  
  35. 35. 1.  What  makes  us  happy  ?     2.  How  can  we  unite  family  life,  with  our  job   and  our  leisure  5me  /how  to  avoid  the   segregated  model  of  life  in  the  suburbs   and  work  in  the  city  ?   3.  More  demands  on  the  city  to  offer  more   for  more  people  and  for  different  ages,   cultures,  genders  etc.     4.  What  is  in  fact  ”urban”,  diverse,  lively,   engaging,  reflec5ng  ourselves  and  our   culture,  uni5ng  us,  establishing  common   grounds  
  36. 36. www.gehlarchitects.com  
  37. 37. blog  
  38. 38. Transforming Transportation 2013! !   Co-organized by EMBARQ and The World Bank! !   More information at:! ! EMBARQ.org! ! worldbank.org/transport! !   Questions? Comments? Contact us at embarq@wri.org! !   Follow us on Twitter: @EMBARQnetwork! Transforming Transportation 2013!

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