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ISOCARP @ WUF10 | Mobility for carbon-friendly cities

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The session was held at the ISOCARP booth during the Tenth Session of the World Urban Forum in Abu Dhabi in February 2020. The speakers were:
Pascal Smet, Secretary of State of the Brussels-Capital Region, responsible for Urbanism and Heritage, European and International Relations, Foreign Trade and Fire fighting and Emergency medical Assistance
Eleri Jones, Foresight and Urban Policy, Space Syntax
Annemie Wyckmans, Norwegian University of Science of Technology (NTNU)
Joachim Bergerhoff, Team Leader SMMR Project, implemented by GFA on behalf of GIZ

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ISOCARP @ WUF10 | Mobility for carbon-friendly cities

  1. 1. Mobility for carbon-friendly Cities Booth Event | 4:30-5:30 PM Martin Dubbeling President ISOCARP (moderation) Joachim Bergerhoff Team Leader SMMR Project, implemented by GFA on behalf of GIZ Pascal Smet Secretary of State of the Brussels-Capital Region Eleri Jones Foresight and Urban Policy, Space Syntax Annemie Wyckmans Head NTNU Smart Sustainable Cities at NTNU
  2. 2. Mobility for carbon-friendly Cities Booth Event | 4:30-5:30 PM Martin Dubbeling President ISOCARP (moderation) Joachim Bergerhoff Team Leader SMMR Project, implemented by GFA on behalf of GIZ Pascal Smet Secretary of State of the Brussels-Capital Region Eleri Jones Foresight and Urban Policy, Space Syntax Annemie Wyckmans Head NTNU Smart Sustainable Cities at NTNU v v
  3. 3. Sustainable Mobility in “Medium-Sized Metropolitan Regions” … through new forms of cross-boundary cooperation Vientiane & Nong Khai Phnom Penh Can Tho
  4. 4. Distance How far you go Mass x Speed2 Your travel requirements and choices Friction Losses due to the process long distances to get things done, with integratedAVOID PLANNING to most efficient mode in each situation, with goodSHIFT GOVERNANCE IMPROVE sustainability of each transport mode, with smart TECHNOLOGY Mechanics to Policy it’s all about Speed
  5. 5. Mobility Speed : distance/time
  6. 6. long distances to get things done, with integratedAVOID PLANNING Access Speed : Time to next Activity
  7. 7. Discuss : which car is carbon-friendlier ? to most efficient mode in each situation, with goodSHIFT GOVERNANCE Mobility-Speed, Energy, Safety : Mass is Critical
  8. 8. Challenge : LEV Hip & Affordable IMPROVE sustainability of each transport mode, with smart TECHNOLOGY
  9. 9. Effectiveness: Does mobility provide Access ? Affordability: How high is the Price for Access ? vehicles, energy, time; comfort & safety; housing infrastructure, management, regulation Externalities: Who bears indirect costs ? accidents, noise, toxic pollutions well-to-wheel space-making, design, innovation climate change Carbon-friendly Mobility: Economy Society Environment Avoid Shift Improve Sustainable Urban Mobility Plans Change a zero-sum game !
  10. 10. Batteries : what costs & externalities in the name of carbon-friendliness ?
  11. 11. Carbon-friendly nastiness Great efficient and modular concept, in need of update
  12. 12. https://www.thenatureofcities.com/2017/06/25/effect-iteration-urban-form-part/ access : mobility x location – polycentric metropolitan regions What about medium and long distances ? What about new forms of cross-boundary cooperation ?
  13. 13. Small batteries … “Overhead wires are ugly”
  14. 14. Sustainable Mobility in “Medium-Sized Metropolitan Regions” … through new forms of cross-boundary cooperation SMMR Project Implemented by GFA-Group on behalf of GIZ Joachim Bergerhoff Team Leader Joachim.Bergerhoff@gfa-group.de
  15. 15. Mobility for carbon-friendly Cities Booth Event | 4:30-5:30 PM Martin Dubbeling President ISOCARP (moderation) Joachim Bergerhoff Team Leader SMMR Project, implemented by GFA on behalf of GIZ Pascal Smet Secretary of State of the Brussels-Capital Region Eleri Jones Foresight and Urban Policy, Space Syntax Prof Annemie Wyckmans Head NTNU Smart Sustainable Cities at NTNU v v
  16. 16. From a city for cars
  17. 17. Oude Graan Markt From a city for cars
  18. 18. to a city for people. Oude Graan Markt
  19. 19. From a city for cars
  20. 20. to a city for people.
  21. 21. Flagey
  22. 22. Flagey
  23. 23. Rogier
  24. 24. Rogier
  25. 25. Dumon
  26. 26. Dumon
  27. 27. XL
  28. 28. XL
  29. 29. Fernand Cocq
  30. 30. Fernand Cocq
  31. 31. Miroir
  32. 32. Miroir
  33. 33. State Secretary of the Brussels Capital-Region Urban Development & Heritage International and European Relations & Trade the Brussels Fire Brigade & Emergency medical assistance www.pascalsmet.brussels info.smet@gov.brussels Pascal Smet brusselsforpeople
  34. 34. Mobility for carbon-friendly Cities Booth Event | 4:30-5:30 PM Martin Dubbeling President ISOCARP (moderation) Joachim Bergerhoff Team Leader SMMR Project, implemented by GFA on behalf of GIZ Pascal Smet Secretary of State of the Brussels-Capital Region Eleri Jones Foresight and Urban Policy, Space Syntax Prof Annemie Wyckmans Head NTNU Smart Sustainable Cities at NTNU v v
  35. 35. Mobility and Carbon Friendly Cities World Urban Forum Abu Dhabi February 2020 Eleri Jones Foresight and Urban Policy
  36. 36. 1. Presence 2. Copresence 3. Communication 4. Interaction 5. Transaction 6. Introduction 7. Innovation 8. Broadcast Cities are transaction machines
  37. 37. Space Syntax © 2020 @Tim_Stonor The science of street life & the rebirth of the boulevard Urban boulevard Slow, mixed-use, thriving Fast highway Divisive, polluting, sterile
  38. 38. The pedestrian boulevard of the Souk.
  39. 39. Spatial Connectivity A fundamental property of street networks
  40. 40. Spatial Connectivity Transport Mobile operator Origin- Destination matrix and mode share at LSOA level Physical activity Third party apps eg Strava SweatCoin average steps per day per user per LSOA Health & wellbeing Health Dataset NHS open data eg Dr:patient ratios, patient satisfaction scores Socio- economic Local employment and workforce datasets OSM Census Stakeholder engagement Community builders area scores Digital Urban Platform
  41. 41. Data-driven urban planning & design Spatial connectivity Low High
  42. 42. Data-driven urban planning & design Spatial connectivity Low High
  43. 43. Data-driven urban planning & design Spatial connectivity Low High
  44. 44. Data-driven urban planning & design Spatial connectivity Low High
  45. 45. Mobility for carbon-friendly Cities Booth Event | 4:30-5:30 PM Martin Dubbeling President ISOCARP (moderation) Joachim Bergerhoff Team Leader SMMR Project, implemented by GFA on behalf of GIZ Pascal Smet Secretary of State of the Brussels-Capital Region Eleri Jones Foresight and Urban Policy, Space Syntax Annemie Wyckmans Head NTNU Smart Sustainable Cities at NTNU v
  46. 46. (1) How can private and public transport providers work together in a more “positive” manner in order to give travelers the best possible mobility offers available? (2) How could the solutions be better adapted to actual user needs and wishes, and how could we make the solutions more attractive for the inhabitants? Presented by Annemie Wyckmans, Project Coordinator of +CityxChange, NTNU
  47. 47. This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 824260. Limerick · Trondheim · Alba Iulia · Písek · Sestao · Smolyan · Võru
  48. 48. +CityxChange: 20 million €, 7 cities, 23 industry partners, 2 universities
  49. 49. Electric mobility as a service: • Shared multimodal data • Public transport stops • Electric car-sharing system (for businesses and public) • 2-way chargers (vehicle- building-grid) • Electric city bikes • Airport buses …
  50. 50. Increase walking Outdoor mobility Increase public transport Outdoor mobility Increase cycling Outdoor mobility Reduce car driving NTNU Helge Hillnhütter
  51. 51. 3x PT stop Catchment area triples in size Attractive walking environments can triple the amount of potential public transport users NTNU Helge Hillnhütter
  52. 52. NTNU Helge Hillnhütter Factors that influence acceptable walking distances: • Good emotions and short distance perception • Access to services along walking trips • Footpath network • Crossings trafficked streets
  53. 53. Bold City Vision https://cityxchange.eu/knowledge-base/framework- for-bold-city-vision-guidelines-and-incentive-schemes/ Continuously balancing long-term strategic planning for the city, with short-term incremental actions/changes in the project
  54. 54. This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 824260. Limerick · Trondheim · Alba Iulia · Písek · Sestao · Smolyan · Võru
  55. 55. Mobility for carbon-friendly Cities Booth Event | 4:30-5:30 PM Martin Dubbeling President ISOCARP (moderation) Joachim Bergerhoff Team Leader SMMR Project, implemented by GFA on behalf of GIZ Pascal Smet Secretary of State of the Brussels-Capital Region Eleri Jones Foresight and Urban Policy, Space Syntax Annemie Wyckmans Head NTNU Smart Sustainable Cities at NTNU

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