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Stadt umland management wien nieder sterreich metropolitan area management vienna lower austria

13.11.2013, R. Zuckerstätter-Semela

Stadt-Umland-ManagementWien / NiederösterreichMetropolitan Area Management Vienna / Lower Austria

Initiated by the Länder Wien and Lower Austria


Territorial structure and constitution

territorial structure and constitution

background

  • Austria is a federalstateconsistingof 9 federalprovinces(„Länder“).

  • Vienna isboth: Land („citystate“) andmunicipality. Itconsistsof 23 districtswiththeirowncouncils.

  • The VienneseterritoryiscompletlysurroundedbytheLandLower Austria.

  • LowerAustria‘spartoftheagglomerationconsistsofapprox. 60 municipalitiesbelongingto 7 administrative districts.


Topology of the agglomeration

topology of the agglomeration

background

  • metropolitan area with 2,6 Mio inhabitants

  • Vienna (1,7 Mio) surrounded by 13 small towns (10.000 – 25.000), many small municipalities and large areas of precious nature and farmland

  • radial structure, continuous settlement area along some axes (esp. to the south)

  • twin-city region with only 60 km distance from Bratislava to Vienna


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Bratislava

Vienna


Gordian systemic environment

Gordian systemic environment

challenge

  • highly functional integrated agglomeration; territories and bounderies outlived the change of time

  • high pressure of migration, settlement, traffic, cost, power efficiency …

  • rapid growth: estimated plus 350.000 inhabitants in 2030

  • challenges regarding congestion, transport, urban sprawl, structural change in economy, provision of social infrastructur, sealing of soil, energy supply, housing market, landscape protection …


Gordian systemic environment1

Gordian systemic environment

challenge

  • protection targets versus development goals; sustainability versus unbounded consumption of ressources

  • highly complex political, administrative and financial structures; diverse allocated ressources

  • complex system of public financies, tricky balance of political power

  • „coopetition“ as the predominant relationship of municipalities


Common requirements

Common Requirements

challenge

  • The context of people‘s daily life of course takes place without perceiving the internal frontiers.

  • People expect the agglomeration as a whole to function properly.

  • Investors appreciate an efficient „Vienna Region“. The agglomeration as a whole competes with other global metropolitan areas.

  • Anyway there is …

  • … need for enhanced cooperation of stakeholders in the field of spatial development, mobility and energy


Stadt umland management wien n

Stadt-Umland-Management Wien / NÖ

approach

  • Joint Initiative of the provincial governments of Vienna and Lower Austria

  • Members of the provincial governments in charge of of spatial planning and regional development as „political heads“

  • Steering comitee with administrative and political representatives

  • Budget: approx. 200.000 € - aliquot Vienna/Lower Austria

  • Clear focus on spatial development issues


Task fields

Task Fields

terms of reference

  • Cooperationand Intermediation

    •  activatingthecooperationandharmonizationoftheinvolvedLower Austrian communitiesandViennesedistrictsandthetwoLänderconcerning regional planningmattersas well asspecificprojects

    • mediatingcontroversialcross-borderissues

  • Plattform of Information

    • servingas a plattformforinformationabouttopicsof regional relevance

    • organisingsincereexchangeofthoughtsamongthestakeholderswith a fokus on establishing an all-inclusivevisionoftheagglomeration

  • Incentiveand Management

    • designingsolutionsforcross-borderchallangestogetherwiththestakeholderstocreateadded regional value


And networking

and Networking

interdisciplinarity

The Agglomeration is in the need of coordinated approaches and cross-linked thinking regarding …

… settlement policy and mobility,

… landscaping and engery supply

… infrastructure and business location policy,

… integration and spatial development,

… environmentalism and climate protection,


Settlement mobility location policy

Settlement, Mobility, Location Policy

issues

  • Strategyforspatialdevelopmentofthegrowing Agglomeration - a sustainablestructuredregion

  • withdevelopmentaxes, polycentricwithcomplementaryrecreationfacilityareas

  • with strong centresand moderate dynamic in thefringeand „in between“ areas

  • withcompactandtrafficreducingsettlementstructures

  • withgoodqualityconcerninginfrastructureandpublictransport

  • to promote an ecologicalas well aseconomicalbalanceddevelopment:

    • priorfocus on high potential areas

    • … establishedbythe Länder Vienna, Lower Austria and Burgenland


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issues

Traffic, Transport, SustainableMobility

  • close collaboration with VOR (Public Transport Authority Eastern Region) in the matter of management of regional mobility, public transport and sustainable mobility

  • efforts to prevent congestion by sustainable spatial planning

  • elaboration of clever regional solutions for each mode of mobility

  • prepare for a diverse future – supporting different technologies

  • facilitate a change in behaviour

  • use the potential of renewables in public transport – create regional energy partnerships


Modal share development city of vienna

Modal Share DevelopmentCity of Vienna


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Modal Share Cross-Border Traffic


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mobility initiatives

  • Recently done:

  • „New Western Railway“ (Main Line for Europe from Paris to Budapest)

  • extension of underground U2

  • public transport in Vienna for 1 € a day (annual pass)

  • modernization of each railway station

  • extension of area regulated by parking management in Vienna

  • first steps towards jointly financing (f.e. Park & Ride Facilities)

  • Under construction:

  • Smart City Framework Strategy Vienna, Urban Plan Vienna 2025 and Masterplan Mobility Vienna

  • high-level infrastructure (Vienna Main Station, VIE-Airport 3rd Runway, Outer Ring Highway Vienna, underground extension, cycling Initiative


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mobility institutions

Institutions of Lower Austria

Road Construction & Management

Transport Planning

Viennese Institutions

Vienna City Administration

Section

“Urban Development

and Planning ”(strategic goals)

Section

“Public Lighting”(traffic lights)

Section

“Road Management

and Construction ”

VOR

Public Transport

Authority Eastern

Region

Section

“Traffic Managementand Organisation“ (regulatory measures)

Management of urban

infrastructure

Federal Institutions

Wr. Stadtwerke

Ministry for Transport

(legislation)

Asfinag

Wiener Linien

Public

transportation

operation

Public transport staff

ÖBB

Police

Traffic department

Other road users

Passengers


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www.stadt-umland.at

Initiated by the Länder Vienna and Lower Austria


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