TfL’s approach to developing asustainable transport system        Nick Bromley     Transport for London
Summary• Overview of TfL• TfL’s Approach to Achieving Sustainability   – MTS & Sustainable Goals   – Committed investments...
LONDON                                       LONDON FIRE                                                                  ...
Developments in London since 2000•   7 percentage point modal    shift from car to public    transport, walking and cyclin...
Integrated strategy development                                             Spatial planning                           Eco...
Transport Strategy GoalsSupport economic development and populationgrowthEnhance the quality of life for all LondonersImpr...
Population and employment growth, 2007 to 2031                                    •Population increase from               ...
Mode Share                                                                      24 m                                      ...
Committed investments....•Tube upgrades•Crossrail•Buses•2012 Games•Cycling Cycling•East London Line extension to Clapham
Shortfall between committed investments and 2031 requirements
Carbon dioxide emissions
Portfolio approach to sustainabilityIntegration of spatialI t    ti    f    ti l                      Reducing negative im...
Integration of spatial development and transport
Improving the urban realm – shared space better for pedestrians and cyclists
Achieving the most efficient use    of the transport system                p     y
Future Innovations....new transport paradigm•    Dynamic management of demand to     available capacity•    Smart-phone re...
The Cycle Revolution
Reducing transport’s environmental impact
Possible further additions to transport capacity                                        London terminals capacity         ...
Carbon dioxide emissions
Reflections....•    Strong leadership•    Focussed organisation     F      d      i ti•    Clear, well founded strategy wi...
Further information                      TfL             http://www.tfl.gov.uk/         Mayor’s Transport Strategy http://...
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Nick Bromley'nin 7 Nisan 2011 günü Sürdürülebilir Ulaşım 2011 Kocaeli'de yaptığı sunum.
Presentation done by Nick Bromley on 7 April 2011 during Sustainable Transport 2011 Kocaeli, Turkey

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TfL's Approach to Developing a Sustainable Transport System

  1. 1. TfL’s approach to developing asustainable transport system Nick Bromley Transport for London
  2. 2. Summary• Overview of TfL• TfL’s Approach to Achieving Sustainability – MTS & Sustainable Goals – Committed investments – Portfolio of work programmes• Reflections and lessons learnt
  3. 3. LONDON LONDON FIRE AND EMERGENCY DEVELOPMENTMetropolitan Police Authority AGENCY PLANNING AUTHORITY Surface Transport London Underground London Rail BUSES STREETS COACHES UNDERGROUND DLR OVERGROUND TRAMLINK London Buses London Streets Victoria Coach London Docklands London London Station Underground Light Railway Overground Trams RIVER DIAL-A-RIDE TAXI-PRIVATE HIRE River Services Dial-a-Ride Public Carriage Office TfL s TfL’s role is to implement the Mayor’s Transport Strategy Mayor s
  4. 4. Developments in London since 2000• 7 percentage point modal shift from car to public transport, walking and cycling p , g y g• 40% increase in bus usage• Highest Underground usage ever• 90% increase in cycling• 20% reduction i t ffi i d ti in traffic in central London• Better integration (Oyster smartcard ti k ti ) t d ticketing)• Securing investment to support 2012 Olympics 4
  5. 5. Integrated strategy development Spatial planning Economic development TransportTransport is not plannedin isolation
  6. 6. Transport Strategy GoalsSupport economic development and populationgrowthEnhance the quality of life for all LondonersImprove the safety and security of all LondonersI th f t d it f ll L dImprove transport opportunities for all Londoners Target to reduceReduce transport’s contribution to climate change, London’s CO2and improve its resilience emissions by 60% by 2025Support delivery of the London 2012 Olympic andParalympic Games a d its legacy a a y p c Ga es and ts egacy Goals incorporate sustainable development principles
  7. 7. Population and employment growth, 2007 to 2031 •Population increase from opu a o c ease o 7.6 to 8.8 million •Employment increase from 4.7 5.5 4 7 to 5 5 million •More travel: •total trips up by 15% •public transport use up by 30%7
  8. 8. Mode Share 24 m trips per day 27 m trips per dayMayor’s Transport Strategy proposed outcomes includes a six per cent increase the mode share of walking, cycling and public transport by 2031 8
  9. 9. Committed investments....•Tube upgrades•Crossrail•Buses•2012 Games•Cycling Cycling•East London Line extension to Clapham
  10. 10. Shortfall between committed investments and 2031 requirements
  11. 11. Carbon dioxide emissions
  12. 12. Portfolio approach to sustainabilityIntegration of spatialI t ti f ti l Reducing negative impactsdevelopment and transportProviding further Managing demandtransport capacity/ for transportimproving efficiency
  13. 13. Integration of spatial development and transport
  14. 14. Improving the urban realm – shared space better for pedestrians and cyclists
  15. 15. Achieving the most efficient use of the transport system p y
  16. 16. Future Innovations....new transport paradigm• Dynamic management of demand to available capacity• Smart-phone real-time data• Operational, customer information, planning/modelling• Achievable in 5 years• Lowers capital investment• Assists mobility impaired• Optimises infrastructure 16
  17. 17. The Cycle Revolution
  18. 18. Reducing transport’s environmental impact
  19. 19. Possible further additions to transport capacity London terminals capacity upgrades and strategic interchanges Greater use of the River Thames Upgrade of all National Rail f stations and services to London Overground standards and integration with Oyster Cycle and walking improvements Smarter Travel Bus services will continue to support economic growth
  20. 20. Carbon dioxide emissions
  21. 21. Reflections....• Strong leadership• Focussed organisation F d i ti• Clear, well founded strategy with sustainability goals, monitoring and evaluation• Public & stakeholder support• Longer funding horizon• Building on success - already made a difference eg 7% mode share increase for public transport, walking, cycling• Keep focussing on broad integrated broad, goals – true sustainable development 21
  22. 22. Further information TfL http://www.tfl.gov.uk/ Mayor’s Transport Strategy http://www.london.gov.uk/publication/mayors- transport-strategy Draft London Planhttp://www.london.gov.uk/shaping-london/london- plan/strategy/download.jsp Travel in London Report v3 (statistical information)http://www.tfl.gov.uk/assets/downloads/corporate/travel-in-london-report-3.pdf/travel in london report 3 pdf nickbromley@tfl.gov.uk

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