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Parâmetros para a Escolha de um Sistema de Transporte de Massa Claude Gevrey SYSTRA - Empresa de Transporte Urbano e Ferroviário da França DESAFIOS DO TRANSPORTE DO FUTURO Integrating public transport Curitiba 4-5/12/2006 Claude Gevrey Director America Latina Successful PT Network

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Parâmetros para a Escolha de um

Sistema de Transporte de Massa

Claude Gevrey

SYSTRA - Empresa de Transporte Urbano e Ferroviário da França

desafios do transporte do futuro

DESAFIOS DO TRANSPORTE DO FUTURO

Integrating public transport

Curitiba 4-5/12/2006Claude GevreyDirector America Latina

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Successful PT Network

Integrated System

Modes integration (hierarchy)

Station / Urban planning

SYSTEM INTEGRATION

Integrated policies

Fare integration

Time schedules integration

Integration of the information

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Planning an integrated network

  • Identification of the Major OD corridors
    • corridors / station location
  • Identification of the relevant Transport systems
    • Capacity / Ridership
    • Level of service
  • Integration of the PT network
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Public Transport Planning

Urban Development

Population & Employment

Urban activities centers

Transport Demand

DesireLines

Iterative process of scenarios elaboration using different combination of:

1. First the primary lines

2. Then the secondary lines

AlignmentMain Constraints

Committed lines

Transport Hubs

Network

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PT Long term Planning

Ridership – Traffic forecast

  • Trip generation
    • Demand segmentation (local, car users, etc)
    • Trips per activities (study, job, shopping, etc)
    • Special trip generator (airport, hospitals, etc)
  • Trip distribution
  • Modal share
    • Stated Preference surveys
    • Utility function (travel time, fare, etc)
  • Trip assignment
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Paris

Copenhagen

Orleans

Bangkok

London

Bordeaux

Systems’ hierarchy

Km/h

60

50

45

40

35

30

25

20

15

MRT

LRT

Monorail

BRT

Tram

10,000 20,000 30,000 40,000 50,000 60,000 & + pax/h

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Level of services

Target travel time

Commercial speed

Station spacing

Local service

~20 kph

400 to 600 m

Urban service

1 km to 1.5 km

25-40 kph

Express service

40-60 kph

2 km to 3 km

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Feeders reorganization

Auber

Gare du Nord

Gare de l’est

Gare Saint Lazare

Châtelet

Nation

Gare de Lyon

Gare Montparnasse

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600m

≈ 800m

400m

≈ 550m

800m

1050m

Level of services

Target travel time

Commercial speed

Station spacing

Local service

~20 kph

400 to 600 m

Urban service

1 km to 1.5 km

25-40 kph

Express service

40-60 kph

2 km to 3 km

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Station accessibility, integration

  • Transit Orientated development, Joint development
  • Station internal organization – Transfer time

Public Transport Accessibility

Station Planning

transport policies
Transport policies
  • PT encouraging policies
    • Transit friendly road and urban planning
    • Fare policies (attractiveness, integration)
    • Park & ride organization
    • Demand management policy
  • Restrictive policies
    • Car restricted area
    • Urban toll system
    • Limitation of the public parking places