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Elena Mozgovaya, 4th
Informed Cities Forum, Rotterdam
Public participation
Illustration courtesy Ian Webster/CRED
Ignore
Totalis
Decide
Defendus
Listen
Pretendus
Listen
Serious
Major
Collaboratus
Evolution of the
Public Participation Man
Ignore
Totalis
Decide
Defendus
Listen
Pretendus
Listen
Serious
Major
Collaboratus
Evolution of the
Public Participation Ma...
2009: citizens' think-tank
for urban development
in Hamburg, Germany
„First of all, we need to change the city
in the mind...
MISSION: To turn participation around
#1 Crowdsourcing of a future agenda
#2 Incubator for citizens' projects
THE GOAL:
CITIZENS' VISION FOR HAMBURG
HOW WE WORK WITH PEOPLE
Website
Online ideas map
Facebook
Sessions
Workshops
On tour
Hamburg 2030:
CITIZENS' VISION
35 SCENARIONS
FROM VISION TO PROJECTS
Choose measures
EXAMPLE PROJECT #1
Project objective
To draft a transportation development
plan (TDP) for Bremen 2025 based on
citizens' knowledge, needs and...
Goals of the TDP
Analysis of status quo
Development of
measures and
scenarios
Shaping the
target scenario
Draft of the TDP...
PRE-STAGE
Goals of the TDP
Enable equal participation of all citizens and city commuters of all kinds
Increase safety
Create and optimise alternative...
STAGE 1
Analysis of status quo
Online
Tell your opinion! See all ideas on the map
Check and evaluate top ideas Comment and discuss
127.971
page views
9.567
comments
4.241
ideas
66.971
votes for
39.084
votes against
Results
Number of contributions per category
bike +
pedestrian
private
vehicles
public
transport
other
Offline forums
STAGE 2
Development
of measures and scenarios
contributions
General
relevance
Handing over to
respective authorities
1.400
micro-level
contributions
Attribution to TDP ...
Baseline scenario
Test scenario1:
optimised automobile traffic
Test scenario1:Test scenario1:
intensified public transport
Test scenario 2:
efficient local mobility
Test scenario 3:
optimised eco-mobility
Test scenario 4:
high mobility costs
Test scenario 5:
STAGE 3
Shaping the target scenario
Tool: Scenario game
Choose measures
Mind budget and effectiveness
Meet the TDP goals
Consult the city
Share your scenario
Online
Offline
Top 3 Scenarios
Points
Points
Points
Number of
participants
419
completed
scenarios
338 80
Results
Age
STAGE 4
Draft of the TDP:
What comes when
Private vehicles
Private
vehicles Bikes
Public
transport
Local
mobility
categories of measures
private vehicles
bikes
publ...
Example: bikes
REDUCED BUDGET STATIC BUDGET INCREASED BUDGET
more B+R
more B+R
The network of bike and ride stations will
...
Result
“for the Europe-wide best plan for sustainable urban mobility“
23.03.15: European Commission's Award
Summary
Genuine openness of the city authorities
towards public participation
Doing participation at the very start of the...
contributions
General
relevance
Handing over to
respective authorities
1.400
micro-level
contributions
Attribution to TDP ...
contributions
General
relevance
Handing over to
respective authorities
1.400
micro-level
contributions
Attribution to TDP ...
Challenge:
Transformation of organisational cultures
Challenge:
Transformation of organisational cultures
accepted
Since February'2015 – the first official
Sharing City in EuropeSharing City
Amsterdam
Choose measures
EXAMPLE PROJECT #2
„Cities have the capacity
of providing something for everybody,
only because, and only when,
they are created by everyone....
Thank you!
wearenext.org
bremenbewegen.de
stadtmacher.org
„Cities have the capacity
of providing something for everybody,
...
Urban co-creation by Nexthamburg: the "Bremen on the move" (Bremen bewegen) project
Urban co-creation by Nexthamburg: the "Bremen on the move" (Bremen bewegen) project
Urban co-creation by Nexthamburg: the "Bremen on the move" (Bremen bewegen) project
Urban co-creation by Nexthamburg: the "Bremen on the move" (Bremen bewegen) project
Urban co-creation by Nexthamburg: the "Bremen on the move" (Bremen bewegen) project
Urban co-creation by Nexthamburg: the "Bremen on the move" (Bremen bewegen) project
Urban co-creation by Nexthamburg: the "Bremen on the move" (Bremen bewegen) project
Urban co-creation by Nexthamburg: the "Bremen on the move" (Bremen bewegen) project
Urban co-creation by Nexthamburg: the "Bremen on the move" (Bremen bewegen) project
Urban co-creation by Nexthamburg: the "Bremen on the move" (Bremen bewegen) project
Urban co-creation by Nexthamburg: the "Bremen on the move" (Bremen bewegen) project
Urban co-creation by Nexthamburg: the "Bremen on the move" (Bremen bewegen) project
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Presentation of Nexthamburg and one of its projects - Bremen on the move - on the Informed cities forum in Rotterdam, 26.03.2015 (http://informed-cities.iclei-europe.org/)

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Urban co-creation by Nexthamburg: the "Bremen on the move" (Bremen bewegen) project

  1. 1. Elena Mozgovaya, 4th Informed Cities Forum, Rotterdam
  2. 2. Public participation Illustration courtesy Ian Webster/CRED
  3. 3. Ignore Totalis Decide Defendus Listen Pretendus Listen Serious Major Collaboratus Evolution of the Public Participation Man
  4. 4. Ignore Totalis Decide Defendus Listen Pretendus Listen Serious Major Collaboratus Evolution of the Public Participation Man „First of all, we need to change the city in the minds of people“
  5. 5. 2009: citizens' think-tank for urban development in Hamburg, Germany „First of all, we need to change the city in the minds of people“
  6. 6. MISSION: To turn participation around #1 Crowdsourcing of a future agenda #2 Incubator for citizens' projects
  7. 7. THE GOAL: CITIZENS' VISION FOR HAMBURG
  8. 8. HOW WE WORK WITH PEOPLE
  9. 9. Website
  10. 10. Online ideas map
  11. 11. Facebook
  12. 12. Sessions
  13. 13. Workshops
  14. 14. On tour
  15. 15. Hamburg 2030: CITIZENS' VISION
  16. 16. 35 SCENARIONS
  17. 17. FROM VISION TO PROJECTS
  18. 18. Choose measures EXAMPLE PROJECT #1
  19. 19. Project objective To draft a transportation development plan (TDP) for Bremen 2025 based on citizens' knowledge, needs and wishes. Senator for Environment, Construction and Transport
  20. 20. Goals of the TDP Analysis of status quo Development of measures and scenarios Shaping the target scenario Draft of the TDP Citizens' fora bremen- bewegen.de; citizens' fora bremen- bewegen.de; citizens' fora bremen- bewegen.de; citizens' fora bremen- bewegen.de; citizens' fora Summer 2012 Winter 2012/13 Summer 2013 Autumn/ Winter 2013 Spring 2014 Pre- stage Stage 1 Stage 2 Stage 3 Stage 4 Project structure
  21. 21. PRE-STAGE Goals of the TDP
  22. 22. Enable equal participation of all citizens and city commuters of all kinds Increase safety Create and optimise alternative means of transportation city-wide Improve connectivity of transportation systems and eco-mobility offers between the Bremen city and region Strengthen the geo-economic position of Bremen through optimisation of trade and economic activity Reduce effects of transport on people, health and environment significantly and sustainably Goals of the TDP
  23. 23. STAGE 1 Analysis of status quo
  24. 24. Online Tell your opinion! See all ideas on the map Check and evaluate top ideas Comment and discuss
  25. 25. 127.971 page views 9.567 comments 4.241 ideas 66.971 votes for 39.084 votes against Results
  26. 26. Number of contributions per category bike + pedestrian private vehicles public transport other
  27. 27. Offline forums
  28. 28. STAGE 2 Development of measures and scenarios
  29. 29. contributions General relevance Handing over to respective authorities 1.400 micro-level contributions Attribution to TDP goals Incorporation in the TDP Filter
  30. 30. Baseline scenario
  31. 31. Test scenario1: optimised automobile traffic Test scenario1:Test scenario1:
  32. 32. intensified public transport Test scenario 2:
  33. 33. efficient local mobility Test scenario 3:
  34. 34. optimised eco-mobility Test scenario 4:
  35. 35. high mobility costs Test scenario 5:
  36. 36. STAGE 3 Shaping the target scenario
  37. 37. Tool: Scenario game
  38. 38. Choose measures Mind budget and effectiveness Meet the TDP goals Consult the city Share your scenario Online
  39. 39. Offline
  40. 40. Top 3 Scenarios Points Points Points
  41. 41. Number of participants 419 completed scenarios 338 80 Results Age
  42. 42. STAGE 4 Draft of the TDP: What comes when
  43. 43. Private vehicles Private vehicles Bikes Public transport Local mobility categories of measures private vehicles bikes public transport local mobility reduced budget static budget increased budget highest priority middle priority lowest priority WHAT: priorities WHEN: budget scenarios COMES:
  44. 44. Example: bikes REDUCED BUDGET STATIC BUDGET INCREASED BUDGET more B+R more B+R The network of bike and ride stations will be built at metro and bus stops in Bremen Example: bikes
  45. 45. Result
  46. 46. “for the Europe-wide best plan for sustainable urban mobility“ 23.03.15: European Commission's Award
  47. 47. Summary Genuine openness of the city authorities towards public participation Doing participation at the very start of the TDP process Actual building of the TDP based on contributions from the participation Strong division between different functions in the project and actors contracted by the city authorities => Lack of horizontal links => Loss of additional synergies + -
  48. 48. contributions General relevance Handing over to respective authorities 1.400 micro-level contributions Attribution to TDP goals Incorporation in the TDP Filter
  49. 49. contributions General relevance Handing over to respective authorities 1.400 micro-level contributions Attribution to TDP goals Incorporation in the TDP Filtered
  50. 50. Challenge: Transformation of organisational cultures
  51. 51. Challenge: Transformation of organisational cultures accepted
  52. 52. Since February'2015 – the first official Sharing City in EuropeSharing City Amsterdam
  53. 53. Choose measures EXAMPLE PROJECT #2
  54. 54. „Cities have the capacity of providing something for everybody, only because, and only when, they are created by everyone.“ (J. Jacobs)
  55. 55. Thank you! wearenext.org bremenbewegen.de stadtmacher.org „Cities have the capacity of providing something for everybody, only because, and only when, they are created by everyone.“ (J. Jacobs)

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