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Cycling & the new Local Transport Strategy. Councillor Jim Orr Deputy Transport Leader 8 April 2013. Our Vision. “Our vision is that by 2030, Edinburgh 's transport system will be one of the greenest, healthiest and most accessible in northern Europe .”. Setting the scene.

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Cycling & the new Local Transport Strategy

Councillor Jim Orr

Deputy Transport Leader

8 April 2013

our vision
Our Vision

“Our vision is that by 2030, Edinburgh 's transport system will be one of the greenest, healthiest and most accessible in northern Europe .”

setting the scene
Setting the scene
  • First in Scotland with:
    • 35% of trips made on foot
    • 7.3% of trips to work by bike
  • Cycling has quadrupled since mid 1990s
  • Target is 15% of all journeys to work by bike by 2020.
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New Local Transport Strategy

Includes:

  • “Vision Zero”
  • Integrated transport
  • Speed limits
  • School streets
  • Parking policy
  • Air Quality
  • ATAP..
active travel action plan atap
Active Travel Action Plan (ATAP)
  • Strategic approach to planning improvements around:
    • Cycle Friendly City Programme
    • “Family Network”
    • Bikeability
    • Off-road network winter gritting
the royal mile
The Royal Mile
  • Traffic-calming and shared-use measures proposed
keys to success
Keys to success
  • Dedicated cycle budget
  • Cycle Forum and partnership approach
  • Strategic approach via ATAP (under review)
  • Dedicated (and growing) cycling team
  • Demographics
coming up
Coming up..
  • New Local Transport Strategy - further consultation in Autumn 2013
  • New Council street design guidance for consultation in 2013
  • More active travel marketing

initiatives

key challenges

More match funding

  • Getting the big projects right
  • Keep cycle lanes clear of parked vehicles
  • Securing 7%of Transport budget for 2014/15
  • Improving perceptions of cycling as safe, convenient and inclusive
  • Maintain a positive image

Key Challenges