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BUDGET PROPOSAL FOR THE 2013-2016 MTEF PTIS GRANT . Mbombela Integrated Public Transport Network August 2013. CITY VISION. MOBILITY AND INTEGRATED DEVELOPMENT. Mobility response to integrated development plans. CORRIDOR ALIGNMENT & MOVEMENT . Overall Network Plan.

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budget proposal for the 2013 2016 mtef ptis grant

BUDGET PROPOSAL FOR THE 2013-2016 MTEF PTIS GRANT

Mbombela Integrated

Public Transport Network

August 2013

slide3

MOBILITY AND INTEGRATED DEVELOPMENT

Mobility response to integrated development plans

slide6

FULL NETWORK OPERATIONS

  • ROUTES
  • 1 priority route – 21kms
  • 4 line-haul routes: 191kms
  • 5 Feeder routes groups: 656 kms
  • 1 City Res /CBD dist. route - 106kms
  • RANKS & STATIONS
  • 1 Central transfer station: Nelspruit hub
  • 5 Transfer ranks: Swalala, Kabokweni, Lehawu, Lekazi, Matsulu, plus Barberton linkage
  • 3 Business node stations: White-river, Riverside, Hazyview
slide11

IMPLEMENTATION PHASING (2)

Pilot phase: Test to bed-down the ITS systems

Phase 1: Southern routes

Phase 2: Central (a& b),

CBD and residential distribution (c)

Phase 3: Northern routes, including White River – Nelspruit priority route

Phase 3

Phase 2, b

Phase 2, a

2, c

Phase 1

iptn passenger projections 1
IPTN PASSENGER PROJECTIONS (1)

2013 estimates not based on/or verified by the CPTR, as this information has not be availed to the project team

iptn passenger projections 2
IPTN PASSENGER PROJECTIONS (2)

Assumptions: Morning commuter peak over 2 hours, with 60% in peak hour (7am) interchange turn-over rate rates 15 minutes per bay pet bus

iptn passenger projections 3
IPTN PASSENGER PROJECTIONS (3)
  • Key assumptions:
  • Average speed 25kms/h; Interchange turn-over rates, Bus 15min & MBT 5 min Headways in peak: Busses 5-10 min; Midi MBTs 2-5 min
slide17

SYSTEM PERFORMACE INDICATORS (1)

Average Connection Time

Average in

Vehicle Time

Passenger-km (pk-hr)

Minutes

Minutes

Pass-km x 1000

Connection

Mode

slide19

PROVISIONAL CONTRACTING SYSTEM

4 corridor contracts (line-haul)

4 Feeder area contracts

1 residential distribution contract, incl. CBD

Swalalafeeders

(Northern)

Swalalacorridor

Kabokwenifeeders

(Central)

Kabokwenicorridor

Matsulu/ corridor

Kanyamazanecorridor

Residential distribution

Lekazi/Matsulufeeders

(Southern)

Barbertoncorridor

(Western)

proposed institutional process flow

Confirm status quo and future public transport requirements

Step1

Bilateral consultations with and between spheres of government

Step 2

Establish and convene Intergovernmental Forum

Step 3

Conduct “Section 78” type investigation (to extent required)

Step 4

Consider institutional options (evaluate against agreed criteria)

Step 5

Agreement on structures and assignment of functions

Step 6

Implementation of structures and assigned functions

Step 7

PROPOSED INSTITUTIONAL PROCESS FLOW

Dependant on effective MPG participation

institutional arrangements status

Process been frustrated by non-participation of MPG:

    • Drafted MoU incorporating MPG comments signed off by Municipal Manager awaiting signature of HOD of MPG Dept of Transport
    • Drafted Inter governmental agreement prepared for discussion and acceptance by proposed Inter governmental Forum as soon as MoU signed
    • Tabled working document to MPG on proposed institutional structures and responsibilities developed for further discussion between parties
    • Obtained legal opinion of Ministerial Intervention “Letter of ministerial Intervention in terms of NLTA”

Development of transport entity being pursued regardless of MPG participation

INSTITUTIONAL ARRANGEMENTS STATUS
formation of operating iptn unit

IPTN unit and organisational development:

    • Establish functional IPTN Unit (Entity)
      • Establish division (IPTN unit) under PMU within municipality
      • Develop detailed organisational design, grading and job descriptions
      • Develop resourcing plan, with consideration for existing capacities
  • Mobilisation and contracting:
    • Recruitment:
      • Advertising of posts
      • Evaluation and selection
    • Employment:
      • Appointment and contracting
      • Induction, and training
      • Deployment
FORMATION OF OPERATING IPTN UNIT

IPTN Unit within MLM, precursor to formation of a ring-fenced Municipal Entity

slide25

IPTN TRANSITIONAL STRUCTURE

General

Manager

Risk

management

Office

support

Industry

transition

Communication /

Public Relations

Business

development

Facilities

development

Operations

Administration

Industry

development

Stakeholder

communication

Institutional

development

Route

(upgrades)

Human

Resources

Fleet services

Public

awareness

IRT

technology

Depots &

hubs

Finance

IT Systems

(control centre)

Capacity

building

Operational

planning

Interchanges

& stations

Marketing

Promotion

General

Admin.

Facility

management

Training &

mentoring

Signals &

signage

Call Centre

Business

planning

Client

services

Information

Technology

This function ideally to be

ring-fenced from the

core project to ensure

no conflict of interest

Contracting

These functions could be outsourced

iptn functional structure

General

Manager

Risk

management

Office

support

Communication /

Client Services

Operations

Finance

IT Systems

Administration

Client

liaison

Fleet services

(Operator)

Grant

compliance

Fare

management

Human

Resources

Facility

operations

General

Admin.

Public

relations

Budgeting &

monitoring

Scheduling

& monitoring

Risk

management

Finance

Ticketing &

collections

IPTN FUNCTIONAL STRUCTURE

Procurement

& payments

Marketing

Promotion

Monitoring &

inspections

Asset

management

Business

support

Call Centre

Contracts

These functions could

be outsourced

Control center

slide29

Financials and

Expenditure 2012/13

slide32

REASONS FOR UNDER EXPENDITURE

  • Late approval of infrastructure spend:
    • Permission to spend allocation on infrastructure in November 2012
  • Impasse with Mpumalanga Provincial Government
    • Inability to conclude the Memorandum of Understanding
      • No structure and/or protocol for engagement
    • Retarding progressing of institutional arrangements:
      • Inability to attain agreement on the conceptual functional structures
      • Not providing access to information critical to enable the development of an organisational structure and developing the staff migration plan
    • Inability to complete the due diligence process and gain access to base information:
      • Not providing access to existing public transport service providers
      • Not providing access to the detailed transport record, contracting information and costing information
slide33

ACTIONS TO AMELIORATE UNDER-SPENDING

  • Addressing impasse with MPG:
    • Continued efforts to solicit participation:
      • Endeavours to conclude MoU
      • Agreement to participation on joint PTIS team
      • Appeals to NDoT for continued support
  • Prioritising key work elements:
    • Establishment of a transport unit within MLM
    • Continued prioritisation of key infrastructure projects
    • Activation of communication activity

Progressing regardless with planning and formation of a transport unit

slide34

Outputs, achievements

and planned projects

slide35

ACHIEVEMENTS IN 2012/2013

Outcomes, milestones and targets achieved

Plans:-

  • Due diligence (update) 65%
  • Business Plan 90%
  • Operational Plan 80%
  • Communications Plan 80%
  • Industry Transition Planning 25%
  • Institutional Plan 60%
  • Operating System 40%
  • Consolidated Financial Plan 75%
  • ITS (Concept) 60%
  • Infrastructure Planning 60%
  • NMT Integrated Plan 55%
  • Contractual Arrangements 10%
  • Universal Access Plan 75%
slide36

ACHIEVEMENTS IN 2012/2013

R40 Northern Section

  • R37 to Nels River
  • Designs completed and contractor on site
  • Length - 2,3km
  • Estimated Project Value – R59,0m (Incl. VAT)
  • Expenditure to June 2013 – R21,2m
  • Committed Expenditure 2013/14 – R37m
  • Project period: 8 month contract from March 2013

Nels River

Future University

Precinct

Programme

R37

slide37

ACHIEVEMENTS IN 2012/2013

R40 Central Section:

  • R37 to Geelhout Street
  • Designs have been completed
  • Length - 4.3km
  • Contractor appointment underway
  • Estimated Project Value – R34m
  • Expenditure to June 2013 – R0,0m
  • Planned Expenditure 2013/14 –

R 20m

Future University

Precinct

Phase

1A

Phase

1 B

Future ICC

Precinct

Programme

slide38

ACHIEVEMENTS IN 2012/2013

R40 Southern Section

  • Geelhout Street to TUT
  • Designs completed
  • Contractor appointment is underway
  • Length – 2,9km
  • Estimated Project Value –

R 53,5m

  • Expenditure to June 2013 –

R 1.3m

  • Estimated Expenditure 2013/14 – R52m

GeelhoutStr

Programme

TUT

slide39

ACHIEVEMENTS IN 2012/2013

Nelspruit PT Rank

  • Land Acquisition –

R8.0 m

  • Designs completed
  • Contractor appointment underway
  • Estimated Project Value – R54.0 m
  • Expenditure to June 2013 – R7.9m
  • Committed Expenditure 2013/14 – R40m
  • Project period - 10 months

Programme

slide40

ACHIEVEMENTS IN 2012/2013

CBD Intersections / PT Priority Lanes

  • Consultants in the process of being appointed to prepare detailed designs
  • Estimated Project Value –

R 55.0m

  • Expenditure to June 2013 – R 0m
  • Committed Expenditure –

R 4.0m

  • Designs to be finalized Jan 2014
  • Implementation to commence June 2015

Programme

slide41

ACHIEVEMENTS IN 2012/2013

R 40 Stations: Rocky Drift

  • Designs completed
  • Contract for implementation in the process of being awarded
  • Estimated Project Value – R10m
  • Expenditure to June 2013 – R139 121.72
  • Committed Expenditure 2013/14 – R9.9m
  • Implementation to commence in Oct 2013
  • Contract period

4 months

Programme

projects to be initiated in 2013 2014

Eastern residential feeder ranks

  • Kanyamazane
  • Consultants to be appointed in this financial year to prepare detailed designs
  • Project implementation is planned for the next financial year
  • Estimated Project Value –

R43,5m

  • Planned expenditure for 2013/2014 - R4m

Eastern residential feeder ranks

  • Matsulu
  • Consultants to be appointed in this financial year to prepare detailed designs
  • Project implementation is planned for the next financial year
  • Estimated Project Value –

R27,5m

  • Planned expenditure for 2013/2014 –

R2,1m

PROJECTS TO BE INITIATED IN 2013/2014
slide44

Expenditure projections

2013/14 -2016/17

slide52

Anticipated progress

Milestones and targets

key areas to be progressed

Governance and stakeholder engagement:

    • Concluding MoU between MLM and MPG
    • Establishing Committee structures
    • Establishing Inter-Governmental Forum (IGF)
  • Business and operational planning:
    • Finalise business, operational and financial plans
      • Complete demand modelling update, with updated transport record
      • Institutional framework, structure and plan, with transport entity
      • Migration plan (if MPG participate)
      • Revise financial plan, with updated subsidy and cost information
    • Finalise ITS requirements and activate tender process
    • Implement communications strategy and plan
    • Continue with universal access planning and implementation
KEY AREAS TO BE PROGRESSED
key areas to be progressed1

Formation of transport entity:

    • Establish and resource transport unity within MLM
  • ITS establishment:
    • Finalise requirements and specifications
    • Draw up tender documents
    • Undertake tender process
  • Fleet mobilisation:
    • Commence formal engagement with industry
    • Initiate business transformation process
    • Due diligence and negotiate contracts
  • Infrastructure:
    • Continue with priority infrastructure projects:
      • R 40 upgrades
      • Nelspruit Public Transport Rank
      • CBD Intersection /priority lanes
      • Rocky Drift, White River and Hazyview Public Transport Ranks
      • Ranks in the Eastern residential areas
KEY AREAS TO BE PROGRESSED
slide58

MAIN OUTCOMES, MILESTONES &

TARGETS FOR 2013/14

slide59

Challenges, risks

and mitigation

overall iptn project risks

Security of funding

  • Inter-governmental cohesion
  • Taxi industry participation and compensation
  • Self-sustainability and subsidy regime
  • Costing and cost escalation
OVERALL IPTN PROJECT RISKS
conclusion

The public transport challenge in Mbombela has been evidenced along with the need for reform

  • The public transport solution in MLM will differ significantly from those in the larger Metros
    • Principally due to 81% of the employment opportunities being concentrated in the Nelspruit-White River development corridor, while the majority (87%) of the population are dispersed in dense rural settlements of the Eastern/Southern Nsikazi corridor.
    • Unlike the major metros, the focus is on providing an integrated, affordable, efficient and effective public transport solution to address the commuter challenge from outlying communities, rather than focusing on reducing road congestion through influencing modal balances, by means of migrating commuters from private cars to public transport.
CONCLUSION
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