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  1. “The CIVITAS ELAN Project"Roman JakicCity of Ljubljana

  2. Five dynamic cities • medium-sized regional centres • strong identities & rich cultural heritage • large student populations are creative potential • in critical phases of re-development with major investments being prepared • open, ambitious & comitted political leaders CIVITAS Plus 1st Negotiation Meeting, Brussels, 19-20 February 2008

  3. Five dynamic cities ... CIVITAS Plus 1st Negotiation Meeting, Brussels, 19-20 February 2008

  4. ... will join the CIVITAS family! CIVITAS Plus 1st Negotiation Meeting, Brussels, 19-20 February 2008

  5. To “mobilise” our citizens by developing with their support clean mobility solutions for vital cities, ensuring health and access for all. Putting citizens first - giving priority to their needs - making them part of the solution CIVITAS Plus 1st Negotiation Meeting, Brussels, 19-20 February 2008

  6. City Presentation – Ljubljana • Population: 276.000 • National & regional centre (concentration of jobs in the city centre) • 47.000 university students • Commuting: 130.000 trips/day (work, study) • Five-star urban settlement pattern CIVITAS Plus 1st Negotiation Meeting, Brussels, 19-20 February 2008

  7. The CIVITAS Corridor in Ljubljana CIVITAS Plus 1st Negotiation Meeting, Brussels, 19-20 February 2008

  8. CIVITAS Highlights in Ljubljana • Focus on the corridor: PT can be fast, comfortable, environment & user friendly, accessible to all – strong demonstration effect • We can all change our habits and behaviour and opt for a less car dependent life-style • Important: create synergies between existing initiatives an projects CIVITAS Plus 1st Negotiation Meeting, Brussels, 19-20 February 2008

  9. CIVITAS Highlights in Ljubljana • Testing hybrid buses • Biodiesel buses • Use of pure plant oil as fuel in agricultural sector • Dedicated PT lines • Green procurement of public fleets • Incentives for alternative fuels use • New railway stops in the urban area • Real time information for bus drivers and passengers • Increase P & R facilities (near the motorway ring and in region • Improve cycling and walking infrastructures • Awareness raising campaigns • Develop services on demand (for specific groups and areas) • Develop a congestion charging scheme CIVITAS Plus 1st Negotiation Meeting, Brussels, 19-20 February 2008

  10. Our aim: CIVITAS Plus 1st Negotiation Meeting, Brussels, 19-20 February 2008

  11. City Presentation – Gent • “City of knowledge and culture” • 235.000 inhabitants, 515.000 in urban area • 57.000 students, 127.000 employees • Strong tradition in “Sustainable Urban Transport Plans” • 35 ha pedestrian area CIVITAS Plus 1st Negotiation Meeting, Brussels, 19-20 February 2008

  12. CIVITAS Plus 1st Negotiation Meeting, Brussels, 19-20 February 2008

  13. The CIVITAS Corridor in Gent CIVITAS Plus 1st Negotiation Meeting, Brussels, 19-20 February 2008

  14. CIVITAS Highlights in Gent • Better multi-modal mobility options, reducing negative impact on city and environment • Creating a public transport and slow mode corridor by: • Infrastructure • Restricting and managing car traffic • Mobility management • Communication – changing minds CIVITAS Plus 1st Negotiation Meeting, Brussels, 19-20 February 2008

  15. Mobility in Gent CIVITAS Plus 1st Negotiation Meeting, Brussels, 19-20 February 2008

  16. Gent before & after mobility plan CIVITAS Plus 1st Negotiation Meeting, Brussels, 19-20 February 2008

  17. CIVITAS Highlights in Gent • A new bus/tram/railway station CIVITAS Plus 1st Negotiation Meeting, Brussels, 19-20 February 2008

  18. Railway station Gent-Sint-Pieters CIVITAS Plus 1st Negotiation Meeting, Brussels, 19-20 February 2008

  19. City Presentation – Zagreb • Capital city and cultural, scientific, economic and governmental centre of the Republic of Croatia • 780,000 inhabitants (metro-politan area has over 1 million inhabitants) • Relatively large city situated on the fastest route that connects Central with South-Eastern Europe, has great potential for investment and development • City rich in history and culture, with a delightful patrimony CIVITAS Plus 1st Negotiation Meeting, Brussels, 19-20 February 2008

  20. The CIVITAS Corridor in Zagreb CIVITAS Plus 1st Negotiation Meeting, Brussels, 19-20 February 2008

  21. CIVITAS Highlights in Zagreb • To decrease traffic congestion • To improve quality, accessibility and attractiveness of public transport, thus increasing no. of passengers in public transport and decreasing no. of personal vehicles travelling towards the city centre • To switch to cleaner modes of PT • To lower environmental impact of city’s fleet • To include existing railway into the city’s public transport system • To improve cycling conditions • To introduce alternative modes of transport and mobility CIVITAS Plus 1st Negotiation Meeting, Brussels, 19-20 February 2008

  22. City of Brno • a number of population – 370,000 • a center of the Southern Moravia Region, part of the Centrope Region • a city with the cultural tradition, a seat of courts and other national institutions, a city of science and research • a city of universities – over 70 000 students • an industrial and business center of Southern Moravia (the most important trade fair center of the Czech Republic) • a crossroad of railway, road and air transport CIVITAS Plus 1st Negotiation Meeting, Brussels, 19-20 February 2008

  23. The CIVITAS Corridor in Brno CIVITAS Plus 1st Negotiation Meeting, Brussels, 19-20 February 2008

  24. CIVITAS – ELAN in Brno • Optimised energy consumption in tram and trolley bus networks - Cost-effective and energy-efficient use of electricity for trams and trolleybuses - Reduction of public transport costs without negative impact on customers • Demand-responsive bus services • Providing effective public transport for the disabled and wheelchair people, in the off-peak hours, in the city centre • Improving the image of public transport among the city inhabitants • Participatory intermodal infrastructure planning • Identification of new methods for the cooperation between European cities in the field of public transport • Finding new ways of how to spread the knowledge on multimodal interchange CIVITAS Plus 1st Negotiation Meeting, Brussels, 19-20 February 2008

  25. CIVITAS – ELAN in Brno • Comprehensive mobility dialogue and marketing campaign - Setting up a public participation process with PT customers • Finding ways of how to effectively provide information on public transportandinformation to specific groups of passengers • Finding ways of how to improve the negative image of PT of the city inhabitants • Integrated Mobility Centre • Increasing the awareness raising concerning public transport and other alternative modes of environmentally friendly ways of transport • new integrated mobility centre should cover one of the most important junction points of the public transport in the city and meeting and communication points of Brno – Česka interchange • Devoloping ELP‘s - ELectronic real time departures information panels • Integrating of ticket service CIVITAS Plus 1st Negotiation Meeting, Brussels, 19-20 February 2008

  26. CIVITAS – ELAN in Brno • Participatory intermodal infrastructure planning • Identification of new methods for the cooperation between European cities in the field of public transport • Finding new ways of how to spread the knowledge on multimodal interchange • Ticket vending machine diagnostic - Improving the image of public transport in the eyes of the city’s inhabitants • To reduce the time required for the repair of broken or damaged vending machines, i.e. to restore all functions of ticket machines faster for a better service to passengers • Using modern information and telecommunication technology, in particular wireless technology CIVITAS Plus 1st Negotiation Meeting, Brussels, 19-20 February 2008

  27. City Presentation – Porto • Porto is the capital of the country’s second biggest metropolitan area – Oporto Metropolitan Area • Population in Metropolitan Area:1,5 M • Population in Porto: 263 131 CIVITAS Plus 1st Negotiation Meeting, Brussels, 19-20 February 2008

  28. The CIVITAS Corridor in Porto CIVITAS Plus 1st Negotiation Meeting, Brussels, 19-20 February 2008

  29. CIVITAS Highlights in Porto • Development of a Light-weight hybrid bus shuttle; • Preliminary project for a multi-modal transport interface; • Local Mobility Plan with focus in the following issues: • Road infrastructure and management • Parking policies and management • Public transport network • Pedestrian ways and cycle lanes CIVITAS Plus 1st Negotiation Meeting, Brussels, 19-20 February 2008

  30. CIVITAS Highlights in Porto • Implementation of a local mobility shop: • Information and advising on mobility issues • Coordination of local innovative mobility services • Promotion of activities regarding CIVITAS • Flexible mobility agency to support new services: • Bike rental scheme • Car-pooling scheme • Demand-responsive transport (DRT) • Development of mobile mobility information tools. CIVITAS Plus 1st Negotiation Meeting, Brussels, 19-20 February 2008

  31. ELAN Highlights • Mobility dialogue with citizens (e.g. planning, awareness, mobility management) • High-quality & clean mobility corridors/ areas as CIVITAS showcases • Mix of alternative fuels • Managing public space & charging for access • More attractive cycling & walking • Flexible mobility services • Common measures • energy management of fleets • participatory infrastructure planning • safety & security strategies • freight policy • ... and many more in 69 measures CIVITAS Plus 1st Negotiation Meeting, Brussels, 19-20 February 2008

  32. Looking forward to cooperation • Dynamic projects in an exciting environment • Learning and exchange is essential • Common specifications (or even joint tendering for hybrid buses?) • Joint development of tools for evaluation & dissemination • Keep in mind the policy dimension CIVITAS Plus 1st Negotiation Meeting, Brussels, 19-20 February 2008

  33. Thank you!Zdenka ŠimonovičCity of Ljubljana CIVITAS Plus 1st Negotiation Meeting, Brussels, 19-20 February 2008