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Quick intro . Eric Britton at the New Mobility Agenda – [email protected] Europe: 8/10 rue Joseph Bara, 75006 Paris,  France.   T:  +331 4326 1323 USA: 9440 Readcrest Dr. Los Angeles , CA  90210    T: +1 310 601-8468.

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Quick intro

Eric Britton at the New Mobility Agenda – [email protected]

Europe: 8/10 rue Joseph Bara, 75006 Paris,  France.   T:  +331 4326 1323

USA: 9440 ReadcrestDr. Los Angeles, CA  90210    T: +1 310 601-8468


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> 230 proven measures from New Mobility toolkit

20/20 city strategies * 30 kph zones * 50 kph zones * Active travel directions * Activity nodes/clustering * Alternating odd/even license plates * Alternative engines * Alternative fuels * Award & prize programs * Barriers to change * Behavior Change * Bicycle university * Bike and skate "masses" * Bike and Walk Summit * Bike delivery services * Bike/transit interface * Bus corridors and lanes * Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) * Car Clubs * Car control strategies * Car exit strategies * Car Free Days * Car pools * Car Restricted Zones * Carfree Cities * Carfree housing * Car-like mobility (implications) * Car rental * Carsharing * Change Management * Children's and school programs * Citizen activism and dialogue * City cycle programs (shared use) * Clean vehicles and fuels * Clear Zones * Co-housing * Community Street Audit * Community Transportation * Commuting alternatives * Company mobility management * Congestion charging * Contingency Planning * Critical Mass * CURBBBB * Cycle paths and lanes * Cycle parking * Cycling access and support * Delivering the goods * Delivery hours * Demand management * Demand-responsive transport (DRT) * Distance work * Downtown revitalization support * Driver license exit strategies * Driver training * Dynamic transit systems * Economic instruments * Electric or ecological vehicles (??) * Employer transport programs * Ethics vs. rules on the street * EV charge stations * e-Work * Fair Transport labeling * Flexible hours * Flextime * Free public cycles * Free public transport * Freight bicycle * Freight transport * Freight consolidation zones * Funding sustainable transport * Goods delivery innovation * Goods movement and delivery * Green maps * Green modes * Green streets * Green wave * Group taxis * Handicapped transport * Health and Fitness * Hitch-hiking (Organized and other) * Home delivery services * Home zones * HOV strategies * Human powered transport * Inclusive transport * Innovations in Integrated Transport and Land-use Planning * Intercept parking * Integrated ticketing * Intermodality * International institutions (how to use) * International peer support * Jitneys * Land use/New Mobility interfaces * Land value tax * Lane Diets * Leading by Example * Living streets * Loading and uploading * Local Agenda 21 * Locational efficiency * Lost/distressed children measures * Low car diet * Low-occupancy vehicle (LOV) strategies * Low speed projects * M2W controls * Media, film, audio, webcasting * Metros and New Mobility * Minibus * Mixed-use development * Mobil telephony interface * Mobility centers * Mobility management/centers * Mondermans * Motorized two-wheelers * Movement substitutes * Multifunctional areas * Multi-Modal Access Guides * Neighborhood initiatives * Neighborhood streets * New Mobility "Star" program (NMA strategies for small towns) * New Mobility strategies * New Urbanism: Clustered, Mixed-Use, Multi-Modal Neighborhood Design * Noise reduction measures * Non-motorized transport * Not going there (the options) * Obesity strategies * Obesity/Mobility Summit * Odd/even entry schemes * On-line skating * Paid Parking * Paratransit * Park + Ride * Parking management * Parking strategies * Pedestrian-friendly streets and roads * Pedestrianization * Pedicabs * Pico y placa * Play streets * Pots and paint * Private sector initiatives * Propinquity (as policy) * Public Awareness * Public participation * Public spaces projects * Public transport should be free * Public/private partnerships * Rail transit (where it fits in) * Real time travel information * Reduce traffic controls/signals * Residential parking * Reverse commuting * Rickshaws * Ride-sharing * Road diets (lane narrowing) * Road pricing * Road safety (radical enforcement) * Scan, select, quantify, target * Segregated cycle facilities * Selling your message to the community * Senior/Non-driver Local Summit * Shared taxis * Shared space * Shared transport * Simulations and visual scenarios * Slow streets * Slow zones * Slugging * Smart Congestion Relief * Smart cards * Smart growth * Smart parking strategies * Soft transport measures * South/North transfers * SOV measures * Speed control measures * Speed reduction * "Strategies for the screamers" * Street as a place of work * Street furniture * Street life * Street obstacles * Street people * Street strategies * Street venders and commerce * Suburban solutions * Sustainable mobility strategies * Task Force (local) creation * Taxi innovations * TDM - Transportation Demand Management * Telecommuting * Teledilivery * Telework * Ten Point Pedaling Action Program * Ten thousand steps * The Mayors' Game * "They are supposed to scream" * Ticketless Public Transport * TOD - Transit-Oriented Development * Tolls Then thousand steps +* Traffic calming * Traffic control/management center * Traffic restraint * Transit shelters * Transit/signal priority * Transit stations and interfaces * Transit strike planning * Transportation brokerage * Travel information systems * Travel plans * Travelchoice * Trishaw Cycles * Unified access and ticketing * Unified fare cards * University, campus transport strategies * Urban boulevards * Urban distribution center * Urban regeneration * User participation * Utility cycling * Value capture * Vanpool * Vehicle Buy Back Program * Vehicle scrappage programs * Video diaries/open blog * Vision Zero (Sweden, road safety) * Walk to school * Walkability audit * Walkability index * Walkable communities * Walking as transport * Walking school bus * Web sites to support New Mobility projects/program * WitKar * Women, Equity and Transport * Woonerfs (Woonerven) * xTransit (The Third Way) * Zero carbon projects * Zero Tolerance *

The New Mobility 2008 Dialogues Workpad


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Five New Mobility Clues from the City of Light

For more:. . .

The Greening of Paris- www.paris.newmobility.org

Reinventing Transport in Cities- www.invent.newmobility.org

The New Mobility City Dialogues - www.dialogues.newmobility.org

Accessing the bouquet

New bus systems

20,000 free bikes

Strategic carsharing

Car control strategies


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1. The Paris New Mobility smart card

  • Integrated fare card

  • The key to New Mobility system

  • Multi-mode: Metro, RER, bus, tram, carshare & now . . . Vélib’

  • Affordable - close to universal use

  • Since 1975, dynamic upgrades

  • You don’t even think about it

  • Now playing in every city in France

  • And it should be in your city.

The New Mobility 2008 Dialogues Workpad


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2. Mobilien: A BRT with deep roots

  • Slick high performance BRT

  • Builds on decades of experience

  • Combines bus, taxi, bike corridors

  • Continuously upgraded and expanded

  • High public acceptance

  • Faster than your car

  • And you don’t need to park it.

The New Mobility 2008 Dialogues Workpad


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3. Car Control strategies

Tightening the noose by . . .

  • Steadily switching streets, lanes to more space-efficient uses

  • Strategic parking reductions

  • Slow streets, slow zones (30 kph)

  • Enforcement of violations

  • Using congestion as a tool

  • Creating viable mobility alternatives

  • Result: Car traffic down by 18%

The New Mobility 2008 Dialogues Workpad


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4. Vélib’: New Mobility Killer App

  • 20,600 public bikes

  • 1,451 on-street stations

  • Within 200 m. of you

  • First ½ hour free

  • Cost to city: zero!

  • Advertising supported

  • Opened 15 July 2007

  • Promises to re-dimension the city

  • The world is watching

  • Stay tuned. Better yet, come to Paris & see for yourself

The New Mobility 2008 Dialogues Workpad


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5. Carsharing: The Old Mobility coffin nail

  • First Paris system started in 1999

  • However a slow starter, because . . .

  • Not understood, integrated, supported.

  • City now coming fully on board

  • Handshakes with public transit

  • Major expansions already underway

  • Multiple providers now coming in

  • Competitive environment

  • Just might be the last nail in the coffin of old mobility in Paris

The New Mobility 2008 Dialogues Workpad


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Paris new Mobility strategy

  • Act on air quality and public healthCar traffic is the principal cause of quality of life degradation in the capital. In the many parts of the city, the population is exposed to levels of CO2 (primarily generated by cars) that significantly exceed EU and WHO standards.

  • Improve mobility for allThe right to mobility is a fundamental entitlement and each Parisian should be able to move freely in and around their city, without regard to economic status, eventual personal handicaps, or social or family situation.

  • Make the city a more beautiful and agreeable place in which to liveThe Mobility Plan for Paris (PDP) fixes among its principal objectives the sharing of public space equally among the different users, so that each can move about in comfort and security. Our public spaces and streets are equally an element of the city’s landscape, and all projects and actions should stress improved quality of life and the greening of the city.

  • Encourage economic vitality.Transport is a determining factor in the economic vitality of the city. Enterprises and employees have an essential role to play in the better mastering of the mobility environment. Commerce, artisanry, tourist activities . . . solutions must be put into place to facilitate all these activities and to reduce the negative impacts involved.

  • Reinforce regional solidarityEach day some 900.00 suburban residents come to Paris to work, while 300,000 Parisians travel to work in outlying areas. Government agencies at all levels must come together to face the major challenges involved in terms of equal access for all, equity and the fight against pollution, as well as reinforcing the efforts to preserve the quality of the urban landscape.

The New Mobility 2008 Dialogues Workpad


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Unfinished business in Paris

Look familiar?

  • Don’t worry though -- nobody has it all figured out.

  • Not even all those clever people in Paris.

  • While Paris is today wonderfully fine-tuning mobility and life quality in its compact center

  • And reducing emissions even further in the process . . .

  • The lightly populated surrounding region is still firmly stuck in high-traffic, high-CO2, old-mobility syndrome

  • So now what?

  • (Well, they’re working on it. And you probably should be too. The next tough nut to crack.)

  • Stay tuned. (Come to Paris and see for yourself)

The New Mobility 2008 Dialogues Workpad


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Ten hot New Mobility opportunity areas

  • Strategic control, charging . . . moving vehicles - Policies, measures, tools, technologies

  • Strategic control, charging . . . standing vehicles

  • Transport Priority Systems (Infrastructure reform, BRT et al)

  • xTransit (Next generation IT-based shared vehicle systems)

  • Carsharing (“The last nail in the coffin of old mobility”)

  • Bikesharing (Real public transportation for the 21st century)

  • Unified access schemes (The key to the new mobility system)

  • Digital hitchhiking (It’s in your pocket)

  • Smart Growth/New Mobility partnerships (density is the name of the game)

  • “New Driving” (Don’t forget the car guys. They’re people too. (And they vote))

The New Mobility 2008 Dialogues Workpad


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For more on the New Mobility Agenda

  • New Mobility work in progress: 2008 - 2012

  • The New Mobility Agenda - http://www.newmobility.org/

  • 2008 Work Program – http://www.2008.newmobility.org

  • Reinventing Transport in Cities - http://invent.newmobility.org

  • New Mobility Dialogues - http://www.dialogues.newmobility.org

  • World City Bike Collaborative -http://www.citybike.newmobility.org

  • World Carshare Consortium - http://www.carshare.newmobility.org

  • World Car Free Days Collaborative – http://worldcarfreedays.com

  • The Greening of Paris (in progress) – http://www.paris.newmobility.org

  • Talking New Mobility – http://www.talking.newmobility.org

  • New Mobility news – http://www.news.newmobility.org

  • Wikipedia on the Agenda http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/New_Mobility_Agenda

  • Helping car owner/drivers – http://www.newdrive.newmobility.org

  • i am new mobility - http://www.iam.newmobility.org

Pointing the way to New Mobility

Contact: 

Europe: The Commons, EcoPlan International

8/10 rue Joseph Bara 75006 Paris, France

+ 331.4326.1323 [email protected]

Skype: ericbritton SightSpeed.com: ericbritton

North America: New Mobility Partnerships

9440 Readcrest Dr.  Los Angeles CA  90210

+1 310 601-8468 [email protected]

Skype: newmobility SightSpeed.com: newmobility

  • A few videos for that coffee break

  • Contested streets – http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YF4Q2badOng

  • Unexpected interview - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VQASVz4xun8

  • New Mobility Hubs intro - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4WNG0CkFCuE

  • New Mobility video libraries – Http://www.videos.newmobility.org

  • StreetFilms (Livable Streets Network) - http://www.streetfilms.org

  • Awareness test - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ahg6qcgoay4

  • New York looks at Vélib’ – http://streetfilms.org/archives/velib%E2%80%99/

New Mobility Agenda Hot Links


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Are you missing something?

*Check for yourself at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ahg6qcgoay4

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