Sustainable Transport Seminar - Robert Pearce, UITP Australia New Zealand

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Robert Pearce, Executive Director of UITP Australia New Zealand, presented at our seminar entitled 'Sustainable Transport in Victoria: Developing, financing and implementing a state plan', on Thursday 8 May, 2014 in Melbourne.

Held as part of our Sustainability Leadership Series, this seminar brought together experts and practitioners from across business, government and civil society to discuss how we can achieve a sustainable transport plan for Victoria and how it would be financed and implemented.

For more information about this seminar and the UNAA Sustainability Leadeship Series please visit www.unaavictoria.org.au/education-advocacy/masterclasses/

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Sustainable Transport Seminar - Robert Pearce, UITP Australia New Zealand

  1. 1. UITP SUSTAINABLE TRANSPORT SEMINAR: DEVELOPING, FINANCING AND IMPLEMENTING A STATE PLAN FORVICTORIA Rob Pearce Executive Director, UITPANZ 8 May 2014
  2. 2. UITP UITP AUSTRALIA NEW ZEALAND OVERVIEW
  3. 3. AWORLDWIDE ASSOCIATION UITP3 11 offices, 2 centres for transport excellence
  4. 4. UITPANZ Local/National/International Networking Conferences/Forums/Events Best Practice Promotion/ Knowledge Exchange Policy Development 4 UITP Four Key Service Areas
  5. 5. INTEGRATED MOBILITY PLANS (IMP) UITP5
  6. 6. INTEGRATED MOBILITY PLANS Key Provisions • Vision • Context • Challenges and Strategic Objectives • Transport Proposals • Expected Outcomes • Implementation Plan • Costs and Resourcing • Monitoring and Reporting UITP6
  7. 7. INTEGRATED MOBILITY PLANS Key principles • Effective governance • Long term political commitment • Strong links with transport and land use planning • Long term funding commitments UITP7
  8. 8. EXAMPLE: LAND TRANSPORT MASTER PLAN SINGAPORE Key features: • Clear vision: a people centred transport system • Clear about the challenges and clear about the objectives • These objectives then provide the basis for a clear set of deliverables across short, medium and long term timeframes. UITP8
  9. 9. EXAMPLE: SINGAPORE UITP9
  10. 10. EXAMPLE: SINGAPORE UITP10
  11. 11. EXAMPLE: SINGAPORE UITP11
  12. 12. FUNDING THE PLAN: MOVING AUSTRALIA 2030 TASKFORCE UITP12
  13. 13. MOVING AUSTRALIAVISION • By 2030 Australia will have an integrated and multi- modal transport system that will safely and efficiently move Australians and our goods. • This will deliver a high quality of life for all Australians from continuing improvements in the sustainability and liveability of our cities and regions through: • the development of world class public transport systems and improved freight networks • walking and cycling amenity and connectivity (active transport) • transit oriented developments. UITP13
  14. 14. EXAMPLES OF INNOVATIVE AND SUSTAINABLE FUNDING OPTIONS • User Pays • Beneficiary pays (metropolitan improvement levies) • Congestion charging • Innovative Public Private Partnership Arrangements UITP14
  15. 15. Thank you UITP15
  16. 16. WEBSITE www.uitp.org UITP16

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