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Csp coj tod 8 oct 2013 samantha naidu

  1. 1. CITY SUPPORT PROGRAMME Presentation to City of Johannesburg Implementing Transit Oriented Development Workshop National Government’s role in supporting transit oriented development 8 October 2013
  2. 2. Why support Transit oriented development ? • Spatial transformation • spatial efficiencies – Reducing trip times – Reducing car based transport system – Promoting non motorised system • Promoting a more sustainable public transport system ( improved densities etc) • Facilitating private sector investment ( business, households) • Improving financing systems for public transport – local taxation; capture of land value improvements 2
  3. 3. What is National Governments role? • Policy development and legislation for public transport more broadly – that is supportive of TOD • Appropriate grant funding mechanisms – Capital funding – Operational funding • Development of guidelines and standards • Facilitating the functional devolution • Implementation Support 3
  4. 4. Cities Support Programme components and outcomes 4 •Transfer human settlements, public transport and spatial planning functions to cities, while promoting a spatial restructuring and enhancing service delivery Functional alignment •Enhancing access to capital finance by cities, through direct borrowings land-based financing options and a performance-focussed fiscal system Financing •Strengthened strategic planning and financing •Econ growth and job creation •Protect the interests of poor and vulnerable groups in the development process; •Fight corruption and enhance value for money GoverningCompact cities and a transformed urban spatial form City Support Programme Core city governance integrated, strategic , participatory planning and financing, poverty-focus, anti-corruption Produ ctive cities Liveable, integrate d cities Inclu sive cities Sustai nable cities Grants Implementation support National systems Human Settleme nts Support (Access to land and services) Public Transport Support (urban mobility and efficiency) Climate Resilienc e and Sustaina bility Support Economic Developme nt (public and private sector investment , job creation) InputsObjectivesOutcomes
  5. 5. Cities Support Programme & TOD Public Transport is one of 5 components of CSP – CSP works with NT Public Finance and DOT • Re-assignment of function to local government as a key built environment function (Transport & Housing) • Look at Public Transport within context of IRPTN – 2013 Integrated City Development Grant Guidelines – Urban Networks Strategy (NT- NDP) • The Urban Networks Strategy is a transit oriented approach to investment planning, development and management in urban precincts. Its focus is on strategic spatial transformation that optimises access to social and economic opportunities for all and especially the poor. It aims to work towards a more efficient urban environment that enables economic growth and development . - Functional alignment between Public Transport and other sectors eg Housing 5
  6. 6. UNS TOD: VIBRANT URBAN HUBS ARE KEY ENTRY POINTS • High density, mixed use precinct that contains a diverse variety of land uses, services and activities • Function: – “Town centre” for township/s – Gateway to the rest of the wider urban area • Efficient multi-modal public transport system & a precinct network of public spaces and walkways • Leveraging of investment: – Retail – Recreation, hospitality & tourism – Offices, banking – Community facilities & govt services – Higher density housing • Within an urban design framework that promotes a vibrant sense of place in which to live, work and play 6
  7. 7. Framework for CSP support for urban mobility and accessibility 7 Goal An effective and sustainable urban mobility and access system that serves the needs of all residents and of the economy and is integrated with a mutually reinforcing land use management system. Outcomes Metropolitan institutional capacity to plan, regulate and coordinate the urban mobility and access system in place. Resourcing arrangements in place that enable the incremental improvement of urban mobility and access on a sustainable basis. Arrangements to ensure consolidation and better integration of different transport modes in place. Outputs 1.1 Metropolitan urban mobility leadership and management teams strengthened. 1.2 Grant and metropolitan fiscal architecture re-configured to provide adequate and balanced fiscal resources for public transport capital and operating needs. 1.3 Regulatory system applicable to minibus taxis improved to ensure better services and better alignment with other modes and transport plans. 2.1 Properly structured institutional arrangements in each metropolitan municipality in place for mobility planning, regulation and operations. 2.2 Land use management instruments to support densification along major public transport network corridors and enhanced capture of land value increases for public transport developed. 2.3 Commuter rail planning and operational coordination integrated within metropolitan system. 3.1 Assignment of required functions and associated fiscal flows completed. 3.2 National mechanisms in place to strengthen metropolitan capacity to manage urban mobility responsibilities. 3.3 Improved private and public transport alignment and efficiencies through adoption of smart systems coupled with
  8. 8. Interventions – Diagnostic report on Public Transport and Land use management and Joint Workshop with SACN in 2012 – Spatial Targeting Workshop – Nov 2013 Transport Leadership Intervention - Outcome: Understand the urban mobility challenge and the role of leaders in driving change – Integrated City Development Grant – Project Preparation Facility Proposed Interventions Redesigning of grants with greater emphasis on supporting mobility Initiate action research linked to pilots in selected metros : – good practice instruments to enhance densification and land use management along the IRPTN corridors – Secure revenue for public transport from the capture of land value improvements 8
  9. 9. The CSP outcomes-based approach Delivery Agreements NDP outcomes Sector indicators SDBIPs Built Environment Performance Indicators Integrated Grant Performance Measurement (Non- financial) Strategic Support Needs Assessment (identifying gaps) Integrated, simplified Monitoring & Evaluation (MFMA) ICDG USDG IHHSDG PTISG NDPG INEP ISDG City Implementation Support Plans (CSP assistance) IDP SDFs / Zones SDBIP BEPP S71 Report Informants FunctionalityUses Urban Networks Strategy