Sir Albert Bore
Leader, Birmingham City Council
Birmingham Mobility Action Plan
A Transport Vision for a Sustainable Growing City
BMAP: A Transport Vision for a
Sustainable Growing City
200,000
more car
trips
90,000
more
PT trips
130,000
more
walking
t...
Meeting the Demands of the Development
The Birmingham Development Plan sets
BMAP four challenges:
1. Promote economic grow...
What is BMAP’s vision?
A three dimensional approach:
• Improved end to end journeys for
people and goods.
• Connecting bus...
International Gateways
• Birmingham has all the
ingredients to be a well-
connected city
• Airport and high speed rail
• G...
An integrated rapid mass transit network ...
Delivering high quality
connections
throughout the city and
to neighbouring
districts
A 21st Century City Centre
Placing people at the heart of the city
A conversation with the city ….
Citizens and business firmly endorsed the BMAP vision:
• Seen as a positive direction for ...
Next steps for BMAP
Work with business and
stakeholders on technical
details
1.Freight movement plan.
2.What should our ci...
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Wednesday 12th 11.30am Urban Mobility first presented at MIPIM 2014

  1. 1. Sir Albert Bore Leader, Birmingham City Council
  2. 2. Birmingham Mobility Action Plan A Transport Vision for a Sustainable Growing City
  3. 3. BMAP: A Transport Vision for a Sustainable Growing City 200,000 more car trips 90,000 more PT trips 130,000 more walking trips By 2031 Birmingham’s transport system as a whole will have to cope with over 4 million daily trips. New Businesses, New Homes, New Jobs, New Connections
  4. 4. Meeting the Demands of the Development The Birmingham Development Plan sets BMAP four challenges: 1. Promote economic growth through faster and more reliable movement of people and goods. 2. Facilitate significant growth in housing and employment the city centre. 3. Promote growth in local centres through better accessibility. 4. Facilitate sustainable urban extensions.
  5. 5. What is BMAP’s vision? A three dimensional approach: • Improved end to end journeys for people and goods. • Connecting business across the city, region and beyond. • Each element works together in an integrated transport system.
  6. 6. International Gateways • Birmingham has all the ingredients to be a well- connected city • Airport and high speed rail • Global reach needs local connections
  7. 7. An integrated rapid mass transit network ...
  8. 8. Delivering high quality connections throughout the city and to neighbouring districts
  9. 9. A 21st Century City Centre Placing people at the heart of the city
  10. 10. A conversation with the city …. Citizens and business firmly endorsed the BMAP vision: • Seen as a positive direction for Birmingham. • A clear desire for sustainable urban mobility. • Business wants to be involved in planning and delivery.
  11. 11. Next steps for BMAP Work with business and stakeholders on technical details 1.Freight movement plan. 2.What should our city streets be for? 3.City centre transport master-plan. 4.Confirm mass transit aspirations. 5.Explore funding options Establish costs and priorities Implementation Plan and Programme Summer 2014: BMAP White Paper Policy Document
  12. 12. Thank You

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