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Melbourne

  1. 1. What Cities WantUrban mobility & sustainable urbandevelopmentCASE STUDY: Melbourne, AustraliaRob Moore,Manager Urban Design, City of MelbournePresentation to ‘What Cities Want’ International Workshop8-9 October 2012Technische Universitat Munchen, Germany
  2. 2. Melbourne: Urban Mobility andSustainable Urban Development • Context • Growth • Transport challenges and solutions • Sustainable urban development
  3. 3. City of Melbourne put in contextAustralia VictoriaPopulation Population 5,500,00022,300,000City of Melbourne Metropolitan MelbourneResident population 100,000 Population 4,000,000Workforce 413,136Daytime visitors 800,000
  4. 4. Growth : Areas of GrowthExisting high growthPlanned urban renewalLow growth
  5. 5. Knowledge EconomyHigh Effective Jobs Density – car + public transportHigh densityWell connectedEnabled by highmobilitySpecialisationInnovationknowledgeSGS Economics
  6. 6. Knowledge EconomyInner Melbourne is Victoria’s jobs hubPercentage of jobs:5% - All 6 CAD’s11% - CBD (HoddleGrid)21% - City of Melb40% - Inner Melbourne
  7. 7. Knowledge EconomyEnabled by excellent transport access – car + public transport
  8. 8. Knowledge EconomyEnabled by excellent transport access – public transport onlygrowth enabled by increasedcapacity of Public Transport +walking
  9. 9. Transport Challenges and SolutionsIntegrated signage, Melbourne
  10. 10. City of Melbourne jobs growth1980 to 2020
  11. 11. Trip generation
  12. 12. MobilityGetting into the city - Mode share targets
  13. 13. MobilityGetting around the city - Mode share targets
  14. 14. Trip purpose
  15. 15. 17 Spatial requirements by mode, 2009 + 2030 Trips within the City 9,895,716 1,127,036 -18% +57% 6,309,165 84,660 719,916 5,157,058 7,684,335 1,178,264 341,525 Walking 4,866,840 2,561,460 Cycling Private Car 637,749 1,075,809 956,273 Public Transport 2009 2030 2030 (with Mode shift target) (Business as usual)*Note: Public transport space requirements calculated using spatial requirements for a busSources:Mode shift target and population projections: City of Melbourne Transport Strategy, 2012-2030Mode Split: Department of Transport VISTA, 2009Spatial requirements by mode: City of Melbourne Transport Strategy, 2012-2030 and Booz & Company estimate(car)
  16. 16. MobilityDRIVING - Road Traffic Volume reaching plateaux
  17. 17. Public Transport Access 2010 + 2030
  18. 18. MobilityTRAINS - Increase capacity & reliability2011 - 135 trains/day
  19. 19. MobilityTRAINS - Increase capacity & reliability2011 : 256 trains/day
  20. 20. Southern Cross Station, Melbourne : Arch- Grimshaw
  21. 21. Mobility TRAMS - Balance and expand the network 2011Future Mobility shift
  22. 22. Mobility TRAMS - Balance and expand the network 2030Future Mobility shift
  23. 23. Melbourne TramNetwork – one of theoldest/largest in theworld
  24. 24. Tramstop1980’s ‘Safety Zones’No disabled access
  25. 25. Easy-access raised platform tram stop, Melbourne
  26. 26. Swanston Street Redevelopment
  27. 27. City buses
  28. 28. MobilityCYCLING - Expand central city safe cycling
  29. 29. A cycling city
  30. 30. Albert Street, East Melbourne
  31. 31. MobilityWALKING - Public transport and pedestrians work as one mobility system
  32. 32. MobilityCoordinate with expanded mobility infrastructure2011 – 800,000 daily cityusers
  33. 33. MobilityCoordinate with expanded mobility infrastructure2030 – 1,200,000 daily cityusers
  34. 34. Next StepsPedestrian Strategy 2012-13
  35. 35. A walking cityLittle Collins Street : closed tocarsbetween 12pm to 2pm daily
  36. 36. Delivery vehicles
  37. 37. Sustainable Urban Development
  38. 38. Sustainable Urban Development
  39. 39. Vulnerability Assessment for Mortgage, Petrol & Inflation Risks andExpenditure (VAMPIRE)
  40. 40. City of Melbourne – CO Emissions 2Zero Net Emissions by2020GHG emissions by sector for the City of Melbourne 2005-06total emissions estimated at 6.43 million tonnes CO2-e Commercial sector 53% Transport 13% Manufacturing 12%
  41. 41. City of Melbourne Zero NetZero Net Emissions by 2020 Update 2008
  42. 42. Emissions TargetSource: City of Sydney
  43. 43. Emissions reductions - strategySource: City of Sydney
  44. 44. Principles of Urban Design
  45. 45. Places for People 1994 2004www.melbourne.vic.gov.au/AboutCouncil/PlansandPublications/Pages/PlacesforPeople2004
  46. 46. Rob MooreCity of Melbournerobert.moore@melbourne.vic.gov.auwww.melbourne.vic.gov.au

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