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LECTURER: PROF. IR. DR. RIZA ATIQ ABDULLAH BIN O.K. RAHMA
DR. MUHAMAD NAZRI BIN BORHAN
GROUP MEMBER:
YONG SIEW FENG A13307...
• The capital of Sweden
• 897,700 people living in the municipality and a
total population of 2,163,042 in the
metropolita...
• One of Sweden's cultural, media, political, and economic centres
• Its strategic location spread across 14 islands on th...
• Bus
• Metro
• Regional / Suburban Rail
• Light Rail
• Tram
• Archipelago Boat
Transportation
• Extensive public transport system, one that
by at least one measure, is the most
expensive in the world
• It consists of...
• All the land-based public transport in
Stockholm County, except the airport
buses/trains, is organized by
Storstockholms...
• Most bus stops have ticket machines that take both coins and cards
• Prepaid cards are the best alternative for those ma...
• During the warmer months, it is
possible to rent Stockholm City Bikes
by purchasing a bike card online or
through retail...
• 2.44 billion US dollars
• 6 km long commuter train tunnel
• 1.4 km long railway bridge
• Operations are scheduled to beg...
• The City Centre is within the congestion
tax zone
• All the entrances and exits of this area
have unmanned control point...
Solid Waste
Management
Swedish Waste Management
Sweden is the global leader when it
comes to dealing with and recycling
waste. Waste management i...
How Swedish waste management
works
• Municipalities – collection of household waste, transporting waste to a
treatment cen...
Waste treatment methods
• Material recycling such as packaging, return paper, scrap metal, waste from
electrical and elect...
How Waste Management Is
Organized
• self-administration
• municipal enterprises, independently or jointly with other munic...
Priority of waste
The waste hierarchy’s order of priority are:
• waste prevention
• reuse
• recycling
• other recycling, e...
Source: Avfall Sverige
Source: Avfall Sverige
City Statistics
City Population:
762,882
City Area:
73 square miles (187km2)
Density level:
16.3 people/acre
Landuse for S...
Land use and general features in Stockholm
-Stockholm’s land area is nearly
1/3 urban, 1/3 water, and
1/3 green space.
-Stockholm spreads over
14 islands, with
57 br...
a. Connective corridors
• Stockholm features regional green wedges that connect from central city parks to the suburbs of
...
The strategy for green wedge areas fulfils a range of roles which include:
• Providing opportunities for agricultural uses...
b. Anchors/neighborhood parks
• There are 12 large parks in Stockholm, each over 200 acres. These account for 1/3 of Stock...
d. Natural areas and Shoreline
• Wooded areas, and former farms that are publicly owned account for 1/5 of Stockholm’s ope...
e. Residential courtyards
• Green and Living courtyards program—The City of Stockholm will provide assistance for resident...
The walkable Stockholm City Plan - A world class Stockholm
• Versatile and full of experiences
• Innovative and growing
• ...
Existing and future growth areas
Thank You…
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  1. 1. LECTURER: PROF. IR. DR. RIZA ATIQ ABDULLAH BIN O.K. RAHMA DR. MUHAMAD NAZRI BIN BORHAN GROUP MEMBER: YONG SIEW FENG A133075 TAN SHONG LIANG A133006 WAN TALHAH A133106 KKKH 4284 PERANCANGAN BANDAR LESTARI European Best Practices
  2. 2. • The capital of Sweden • 897,700 people living in the municipality and a total population of 2,163,042 in the metropolitan area, accounting for 22% of the Swedish population in 2013 • Rank 27th in the world, 12th in Europe and first in Scandinavia by the Global Cities Index in 2012 • In 2013, Stockholm was named the 8th most competitive city in the world by the Economist Intelligence Unit Introduction
  3. 3. • One of Sweden's cultural, media, political, and economic centres • Its strategic location spread across 14 islands on the coast in the south-east of Sweden at the mouth of Lake Mälaren • Is known for its beauty, its buildings and architecture, its abundant clean and open water, and its many parks
  4. 4. • Bus • Metro • Regional / Suburban Rail • Light Rail • Tram • Archipelago Boat Transportation
  5. 5. • Extensive public transport system, one that by at least one measure, is the most expensive in the world • It consists of the Stockholm Metro (Tunnelbana) • Two urban rail systems, Roslagsbanan and Saltsjöbanan • A suburban rail system: the Stockholm commuter rail (pendeltåg) • Three light rail systems: Nockebybanan, Lidingöbanan, and Tvärbanan • A tramway: Spårväg City • A large number of bus lines • The inner-city boat line Djurgårdsfärjan
  6. 6. • All the land-based public transport in Stockholm County, except the airport buses/trains, is organized by Storstockholms Lokaltrafik (SL) • The underground is the easiest way to get around town • The city is divided into three zones, and zone tickets are good for several trips within the hour • Tickets can be purchased at SL Centers, underground platform barriers, newsagent kiosks or via SMS
  7. 7. • Most bus stops have ticket machines that take both coins and cards • Prepaid cards are the best alternative for those making few trips • It's also possible to buy 1, 3, or 7-day cards, which allow free travel in all zones during the validity period • Another alternative is the Stockholm Card, which allows free travel and free entry to 80 museums and attractions in the city • Stockholm Cards are valid for 24, 48 or 72 hours. A trip on the number 69 bus or number 7 tram is a superb way to discover Stockholm
  8. 8. • During the warmer months, it is possible to rent Stockholm City Bikes by purchasing a bike card online or through retailers • Cards allow users to rent bikes from any Stockholm City Bikes stand spread across the city and return them in any stand • There are two types of cards: the Season Card (valid from April 1 to October 31) and the 3-day card City Bikes
  9. 9. • 2.44 billion US dollars • 6 km long commuter train tunnel • 1.4 km long railway bridge • Operations are scheduled to begin in 2017 • To double the city’s track capacity and improve service efficiency • Purification of waste water, noise reduction through sound-attenuating tracks, the use of synthetic diesel, which provides users with clean air, and the recycling of excavated rocks The City Line Project, or The Green Tunnel
  10. 10. • The City Centre is within the congestion tax zone • All the entrances and exits of this area have unmanned control points operating with automatic number plate recognition • All vehicles entering or exiting the congestion tax affected area, with a few exceptions, have to pay 10–20 SEK (1.09– 2.18 EUR, 1.49–2.98 USD) depending on the time of day between 06:30 and 18:29 • The maximum tax amount per vehicle per day is 60 SEK (6.53 EUR, ) Congestion Charges
  11. 11. Solid Waste Management
  12. 12. Swedish Waste Management Sweden is the global leader when it comes to dealing with and recycling waste. Waste management is being continuously developed and is the result of long-term, patient work, not least on the part of municipalities and their companies in cooperation with private players.
  13. 13. How Swedish waste management works • Municipalities – collection of household waste, transporting waste to a treatment centre for recycling, disposal or landfill • Producers – waste that is subject to the statutory such as tyres, cars or batteries • Businesses - disposing of non-household waste • Households are responsible for separating and depositing waste at available collection points
  14. 14. Waste treatment methods • Material recycling such as packaging, return paper, scrap metal, waste from electrical and electronic equipment (WEEE ) and batteries reduces their environmental impact, saves energy and economises on natural resources. • Biological treatment is treated via anaerobic digestion or composting • Energy recovery or Waste to energy • Landfill
  15. 15. How Waste Management Is Organized • self-administration • municipal enterprises, independently or jointly with other municipalities • joint boards • municipal associations.
  16. 16. Priority of waste The waste hierarchy’s order of priority are: • waste prevention • reuse • recycling • other recycling, e.g. waste-to-energy • disposal.
  17. 17. Source: Avfall Sverige
  18. 18. Source: Avfall Sverige
  19. 19. City Statistics City Population: 762,882 City Area: 73 square miles (187km2) Density level: 16.3 people/acre Landuse for Stockholm
  20. 20. Land use and general features in Stockholm
  21. 21. -Stockholm’s land area is nearly 1/3 urban, 1/3 water, and 1/3 green space. -Stockholm spreads over 14 islands, with 57 bridges connecting the city. Stockholm - City of Water
  22. 22. a. Connective corridors • Stockholm features regional green wedges that connect from central city parks to the suburbs of Stockholm County • These create both human enjoyment, and aid in maintaining the natural bio-diversity of the area. Major component of Stockholm
  23. 23. The strategy for green wedge areas fulfils a range of roles which include: • Providing opportunities for agricultural uses and some industries to operate close to major markets. • Preserving natural rural landscapes and land formations. • Preserving conservation areas close to where people live. • Preserving natural resources. • Providing and safeguarding sites for future infrastructure that supports urban areas. • Providing opportunities for tourism and recreation.
  24. 24. b. Anchors/neighborhood parks • There are 12 large parks in Stockholm, each over 200 acres. These account for 1/3 of Stockholm’s total open space. • Ekoparken—This Park is the World’s first urban national park. The park’s total acreage is 6,670. Ekoparken is a typical Swedish park, in that it has both ecological value, as a home for rare insects and birds, and cultural value for Stockholmers. Djurgarden Langbro ParkEkoparken
  25. 25. d. Natural areas and Shoreline • Wooded areas, and former farms that are publicly owned account for 1/5 of Stockholm’s open space. Eighty-percent of Stockholm’s shoreline is publicly accessible, often featuring walking and bike trails. Eco farm Restaurant on Organic farm
  26. 26. e. Residential courtyards • Green and Living courtyards program—The City of Stockholm will provide assistance for residents or property owners who wish to create a greener, sustainable courtyard for their residential building.
  27. 27. The walkable Stockholm City Plan - A world class Stockholm • Versatile and full of experiences • Innovative and growing • The citizen’s Stockholm • Vision and reality The plan presents four strategies for sustainable growth: Strengthening central Stockholm, focusing on strategic nodes, connecting different city areas, and creating a vibrant urban environment in all of Stockholm. Vision 2030
  28. 28. Existing and future growth areas
  29. 29. Thank You…

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