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The Inner Sydney Regional Bicycle Network

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Bryony Cooper and Fiona Campbell

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The Inner Sydney Regional Bicycle Network

  1. 1. City of Sydney InnerSydneyRegional BikeNetwork Bryony Cooper Fiona Campbell
  2. 2. / Insert footer2 • Network covering 15 LGAs • 284 kms • 10 km radius of CBD • Now an IA Initiative (near term) ISRBN
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  4. 4. / Insert footer4 By 2031: • +434,800 residents • +368,400 jobs Major employment locations including Sydney city centre, North Sydney, airport and Port Botany ISRBN
  5. 5. / Insert footer5 Productivity benefits • 7% National GDP • 30% Greater Sydney GDP • Global Economic Corridor ISRBN
  6. 6. / Insert footer6 70% of NSW residents said they would like to ride more and would if it was safe and convenient…
  7. 7. / Insert footer7 ISRBN Network Effect The ISRBN aims to achieve a network effect with sufficient scale and density to realise a step change in use, increasing the overall network value. “The whole is greater than the sum of the parts.”
  8. 8. / Insert footer8 ISRBN Benefits (2010) BCR: 3.88
  9. 9. / Insert footer9 ISRBN Benefits (2010) • A study for the NSW Government estimated that net benefits of cycling equate to 48.22 cents per bicycle kilometre travelled (Price Waterhouse Coopers, 2009). • A similar study undertaken for the Queensland Department of Transport and Main Roads estimated net benefits of $1.43 per kilometre cycled including $1.12 in health benefits where cycling infrastructure is included in other transport infrastructure projects (Queensland Department of Transport and Main Roads, 2011).
  10. 10. / Insert footer10 ISRBN Benefits (2010) Benefits: • Decongestion • Travel time savings • Absenteeism and productivity • Reduced mortality • Vehicle operating cost savings • Public transport long run marginal cost savings • Car accident costs
  11. 11. / Insert footer11 ISRBN Benefits (2010) Traditional benefits • Decongestion benefit – $97.8m • Travel time savings – $143.6m • Vehicle operating cost savings - $53.3m • Public transport long run marginal cost savings - $62.5m • Car accident costs - $22.7m
  12. 12. / Insert footer12 ISRBN Benefits (2010) Non-traditional benefits • Absenteeism and productivity - $107.1m • Reduced mortality - $40.2m
  13. 13. / Insert footer13 ISRBN What next? • Review and update of the network, forecasting and BCR • Final business case to IA –Detailed planning and design –Refine implementation strategy –Delivery
  14. 14. / Insert footer14 ISRBN What next? Questions?

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