[Transportation] 13. bugaj (warsaw)


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[Transportation] 13. bugaj (warsaw)

  1. 1. Warsaw actions for sustainable energy and climate in context of transport and e-mobility Marta Bugaj, Infrastructure Department , City of Warsaw
  2. 2. Poland Warsaw Poland in Europe Area – 312 683 km2 Population – 38.5 million 23.7 million in urban areas 14.8 million in rural areas Unemployment – 13.9% Mazovian Region Area – 35 600 km2 Population – 5.2 million 3.3 million in urban areas 1.9 million in rural areas Unemployment – 11.4%
  3. 3. City of Warsaw Main features of the capital city of Poland: •administrative area: 517 km² •inhabitants within this area: 1.7 million •inhabitants within agglomeration: 3.3 million •density of population: 3300 per km² •registered enterprises: 360 000 •registered vehicles: 1.2 million •budget expenditure for 2014: $ 4,73billion •unemployment: 4.9% •78 universities and colleges •270 th. students
  4. 4. City of Warsaw City Council 60 members – directly elected 18 Districts with District Council (directly elected) District Management Boards (elected by district councils) Mayor of Warsaw (directly elected) Deputy Mayor (nominated by Mayor) Deputy Mayor (nominated by Mayor) Deputy Mayor (nominated by Mayor) Deputy Mayor (nominated by Mayor) 35 Departments
  5. 5. Climate Protection Team • Established in July 2008, chaired by Mayor of Warsaw. • The Team comprises Directors of competent city departments and representatives of NGO partners. • Provides monitoring and coordination of all climate initiatives (e.g. actions to reduce energy consumption).
  6. 6. City of Warsaw International cooperation International cooperation with: •C40 •EUROCITIES •ICLEI Cooperation with embassies of: Austria, Czech Republic, Denmark, France, Japan, Germany, Norway, USA, Switzerland, Sweden, UK Cooperation within EU co-funded projects, Norway Grants
  7. 7. Warsaw challenges EU's 20-20-20 targets possible to achieve only with cities involvement Covenant Of Mayors initiative •Warsaw joined in 2009 •Key document: Sustainable Energy Action Plan for Warsaw in the perspective of 2020
  8. 8. City of Warsaw Strategic documents Main goals and overall strategy Specific objectives and strategy, tasks to be performed
  9. 9. Sustainable Energy Action Plan SEAP target – improvement of energy efficiency and reduction of GHG emissions - calculated as: • 80% of CO2emission in 2020 comparing to the base year, • 80% of energy consumption in 2020 comparing to the base year, •at least 20% of energy will be produced from RES, •information and promotion actions regarding energy management/conservation will be implemented. SEAP target for 2020 compared to the base year 2007 Year Energy consumption [MWh/year] CO2 emission [MgCO2 /year] 2007 28 394 431 12 952 984 2020 22 715 545 10 362 387
  10. 10. SEAP – main activities Tasks Planned energy savings in 2020 Reduction of CO2 Investments [MWh/a] [t/a] [million €] Complex buildings retrofit in housing sector 1 399 200 415 562 1020 Complex buildings retrofit in service sector 1 150 783 341 782 612 Complex buildings retrofit in public sector 359 718 106 836 191 Modernization of heating system (e.g. replacement of local heat sources with more efficient heat sources) 105 000 31 185 87 Retrofit of industrial buildings 185 820 55 189 49 Modernization of indoor lighting 85 228 83 693 9 Modernization of street and outdoor lighting 55 000 54 010 25 Modernization and development of public transportation system 3 268 766 843 342 950
  11. 11. Public transport system - administration road administrator road investorPT organiser Roads and Public Transportation Department Municipal operators Direct award to in-house operator (gross contracts) Private operators Tendered contracts for a parts of the network (gross contracts) Railway (Joint ticket) Railway contracts for partial acceptation of ZTM fare system (compensation of lost income)
  12. 12. rail operators bus operators 37.4 km of line Public transport system
  13. 13. Public transport system
  14. 14. Public transport system - ticketing All ticket categories exist in 2 versions: for 1st zone (so within Warsaw borders) and for both 1st and 2nd zone; 2nd zone covers adjacent municipalities as to commuting by Rapid City Train (SKM) and by bus communication managed by Warsaw Transport Authority (ZTM).  Standard tickets (from single-travel tickets to 1-hour ones) for Warsaw buses and trains as for now remain in paper form only.  1-day and 3-day tickets also exist in paper form – they allow to use the Joint Ticket scheme.  30-day and 90-day tickets (also in the Joint Ticket scheme) are only coded in electronic form on Warsaw City Cards, and Student Electronic Cards (national scheme) as well.
  15. 15. Public transport system - ticketing  Inadditiontopurchasingticketsinshops,ticketingmachinesorfrombus/tramdrivers,youcanbuyyourticketbymobilephone(upto3-daycategory)oronline(incaseoflong-term ticketsonWarsawCityCard).  WarsawCityCardiscurrentlyonlyfortravelpurposes,withoutapaymentoption.Thereisacombinedtravel/paymentfunctionalityavailableduetotheagreementwithCiti HandlowyBankaboutcodingWarsawCityCardsontheircreditanddebitcards.  TheJointTicketschemeallowsfortravellingwithWarsawticketintheCityandtheadjacentmunicipalitiesusingnotonlycommunicationcontrolledbyZTM,butalsoaregional providerMazovianRailways(KM)andalightraillineWarsawCommuterRailway(WKD),ownedbymunicipalitiesservicedbytheline.  Negotiationsonvoluntarybasiswithneighbourswerelongandhard(thejointsystemcannothavegaps,whichwouldbesomemunicipalitiesnotwillingforsignificantfinancial contributiontothescheme,despitetheircitizenscommutingtoWarsawbeingitsmainbeneficiaries).  ThisisoneofthereasonswhytheCityofWarsawislobbyingonbehalfofadoptingmetropolitanlaw,whichwouldallowforsmoothercoordinationofservicesworkingonbehalfof thewholeagglomeration,includingtransportservices.
  16. 16. Public transport system - ticketing Ticketing – coverage of Joint Ticket for trains in the Warsaw area
  17. 17. Plans and present activities: Transport Main activities: • improvement of public transport network, • replacement of vehicular and rolling stock 261 new trams capable of recovering braking energy 35 six-coach energy efficient underground sets 273 modern buses including hybrids 19 units for Rapid City Train • construction of second metro line, • setting bus-only lanes, • development of P&R car park system, • expansion of the bicycle paths system, • Veturilo public bike system, • training of drivers in eco-driving, • promotion of public transport.
  18. 18. Public transport system Sustainable public transport system is essential for the development of the City. Crucial investments planned for 2014-2020: •2nd metro line, •Expansion of the tram network, •Purchase of rolling stock for metro, tram and urban rapid railway, •Development and modernization of railway infrastructure for travels within metropolitan area, •Dynamic expansion of P&R system.
  19. 19. Development of low-emission bus fleet • Purchase of bus fleet that reduces emissions of pollutants and using modern technologies (hybrid and electric vehicles). • Tender for 10 electric buses, half of which will appear on the streets of Warsaw in September 2014. MZA strategy premises 120 e-buses till 2020. • Operation of electric buses besides environmental benefits will also bring significant savings in operating costs. • In 2015 35 gas buses will join Warsaw fleet.
  20. 20. „Veturilo” public bike system • Launched in 2012 , • Almost 2 millions bikes rentals in 2013, • 1120 bikes available in 173 stations, • The number of users has doubled over two years - to about 150 thousands, • "Veturilo" has been recognized internationally – among 10 best public bike systems around the world.
  21. 21. Bicycle paths in Warsaw • 340km-thelargestnetworkamongcitiesinPoland • eachyearthenetworkisextendedby30-40km
  22. 22. Vistula Bicycle Route --- 28kmlanealongtheVistulaRiver,withincityborders(underconstruction,10kmiscompleted)
  23. 23. „E-Mobil” Cluster The„E-Mobil”Cluster:  formallycreatedon4July2011  cooperationbetween18stakeholdersworkingintheWarsawarea  doesnothavealegalpersonality.  basedonvoluntaryagreement  18Partners
  24. 24. „E-Mobil” Cluster MaingoalsoftheCluster:  InitiatingmentoringprogramsdedicatedtoE&HEVstechnologyandtherelatednecessaryinfrastructure  DisseminatingtheimplementationbythedemonstrationprogramofEVfleet  DevelopingnewbusinessrelationsamongWarsawCityHall,carcompaniesandelectricityandnaturalgaspowercompanies  PromotingnewE&HEVsandotherecologicaltechnology(eg.CNG,biofuels)  Facilitatingaccesstofinance,includingapplyingforfundsfromtheEUandoperationalprograms
  25. 25. Transportation System problems • lack of ring road systems: inner ring and central area by-passes • lack of new bridges • bad technical state of road surface • system bottlenecks • lack of strategic parking system
  26. 26. Energy efficiency selected projects Low-Carbon Area (in preparation) • Following such world-leading projects as Stockholm’s Hammersby district. • City area which will feature solutions on behalf of energy efficiency, natural environment and low GHG emissions, both in the field of city planning, energy networks, buildings construction, transport, waste management, and water and wastewater management. • The most probable location - Targówek Przemysłowy, where the major RES source will be available in form of the expanded waste-to-energy incineration plant.
  27. 27. Education of citizens Education programme „Warsaw Energy – from learning to ECO- action” •Dedicated to youngest – children in preschool and primary school age, •It aims to raise awareness of energy, its importance in everyday life and teach in an accessible and interesting way how to save energy, possibilites of obtaining energy from renewables and activities aimed at lowering energy consumption at home, school and preschool. Information and education campaigns: •Picnic with Climate •Earth hour •Tree day •Warsaw Recycling Days •European Mobility Week •World Water Day
  28. 28. COP 19 Conference • SelectingWarsawforahostoftheCOP19climateconference constitutesprestigiousculminationofWarsawsustainablepolicies. • TheconferencewasorganizedwithintheUNFrameworkConvention onClimate Change(UNFCCC)andtookplacein11th–22ndNovember 2013inWarsaw. • Itwasaccompaniedbymultipleside-events,attractingprivate. The mainvenuewastheNationalStadium.
  29. 29. Warsaw Dialogue on Scaling-Up Local and Subnational Climate Action • Conference organized by the City of Warsaw and The Ministry of the Environment in close collaboration with the global cities network ICLEI and supported by the UNFCCC Secretariat, • Day before first official „Cities day” during COP19, • An open exchange on addressing climate change on various levels, sharing experience and best practices, • It offered various perspectives on cities role in climate change mitigation and adaptation – from mayors of world cities, through local organizations (ICLEI, C40, EUROCITIES) to representatives of governments and scientists, • The results of works during Warsaw Dialogue, including suggestions for national level, challenges and best practices to replicate, are presented in OUTCOMES OF WARSAW DIALOGUES on Scaling-Up Local and Subnational Climate Action Suggestions for national level: (1) allow flexibility and creativity and leadership at urban level (2) training and spreading of expertise, and knowledge platforms (3) financial support (4) remove counter-productive incentives
  30. 30. The voice of the cities during COP19 Cities and Sub-national Dialogue • First time in history during COP conference „Cities day” took place, • High level segment – Mayoral and Ministerial level, • The goal was to create a link between the high level, national governments and regions, • It can be considered as the direct and immediate implementation of the Nantes Declaration of Mayors and Sub-national Leaders on Climate Change adopted in September 2013, • The discussion focused on enhancing adaptation and resilience in regions and on enhancing global mitigation efforts through acting at the local level. Participants shared their ideas and experiences that can be used in global struggle with climate change.