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Dr Wyn Hughes Associate Director – Capital Developments 18 November 2010. Travel Planning in Action. Welcome to Addenbrooke’s. 62 acre site, 2 miles south of City Centre bordering Green Belt Site shared with University and MRC 9,000 staff employed on site

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dr wyn hughes associate director capital developments 18 november 2010

Dr Wyn HughesAssociate Director – Capital Developments18 November 2010

Travel Planning in Action

welcome to addenbrooke s
Welcome to Addenbrooke’s
  • 62 acre site, 2 miles south of City Centre bordering Green Belt
  • Site shared with University and MRC
  • 9,000 staff employed on site
  • Over 20,000 trips to and from site each day
  • 3416 on-site car parking spaces
  • Over 1200 residential units
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Development pressure due to:
    • Scientific research
    • Increasing demand for healthcare
    • Higher expectations of healthcare quality
  • Potential need for huge expansion for car parking
  • No demand management
  • No funding to improve infrastructure
  • Non-car access very poor
  • Road network at capacity

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Phase 1 – Doing our own bit
  • Staff car parking charges introduced – 20p a day
  • Patient and visitor charges introduced
  • S106 signed with city – 3365 ceiling on car parking spaces
  • Commitment to undertake annual monitoring
  • Trust Board steering group established
  • Interest-free loans introduced for cycles and motorcycles
  • Ad hoc bus promotions
  • Car parks resurfaced and CCTV/ lighting installed

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1999 – 4,856 staff

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Phase 2 – Managing parking
  • Staff car parking charges – 30p a day
  • Patient and visitor charges – city centre levels
  • S106 re-signed with city – 3900 ceiling on car parking spaces
  • S106 target for reducing car alone trips to site - staff
  • 300 additional cycle parking spaces – showers, cycle lanes
  • Car park management introduced
  • Babraham Road Park & Ride opens one mile south of site

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Segregation of Parking

Staff parking

  • Entry barriers - smart card entry
  • 2358 spaces - 30p a day (2000)
  • Staff priority parking groups

Patient and Visitor parking

  • Entry barriers - pay on foot
  • 820 spaces - scaled parking charges

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Priority Staff Groups
  • Consultants and Executive Board
  • Shift Workers
  • Childcare (7 years and under)
  • Liftshare 
  • Senior Clinical
  • Residents

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2 mile exclusion zone

Applies to:

  • All staff not in priority groups
  • Applies between 00:00 and 15:30
  • Monday to Friday operation

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Staff

Target 1 - Reduce % of staff travelling to the site in single occupancy cars from 50% in 2000 to 45% by 2005

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Phase 3 – Partnerships
  • Staff car parking charges – 50p a day in 2003
  • Improved public transport network
  • New bus station
  • Closure of 119 staff parking spaces
  • Discounted weekly bus tickets with Stagecoach
  • Trumpington Park and Ride opens 1.5 miles west of site with new bus link
  • Cambridgeshire Travel For Work Partnership

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Partnerships

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Stagecoach

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Cambridgeshire

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Cambridge University Hospitals

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Phase 4 – Communication
  • Staff car parking charges – £1.40 a day (2006)
  • On-site staff parking charges same as Cambridge P&R by 2007
  • S106 target patients & visitors
  • Publish travel plans
  • New multi storey car park opens
  • Launch of ‘Space programme’
  • New Addenbrooke’s Shuttle
  • Upgrade remaining bus stops
  • 10% train ticket discount
  • National Cycle Network – 10,000th mile opens
  • New Security Contract - APCOA

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Visitors and Patients

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Target 2 – To reduce % of visitors and patients arriving at Addenbrooke’s by car from 90% to 86% by 2006

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Objectives
  • To reduce the need to travel
  • To improve travel choices and make them safe and accessible for all
  • To reduce demand for car parking and traffic congestion on the site and on the surrounding road network
  • To encourage healthy travel options
  • To reduce the environmental impact arising from the travel needs of the Addenbrooke’s campus

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National Cycle Network

  • – Route 11
  • Opened September 2005
  • Partnership SUSTRANS, Cambridgeshire County Council and Trust
  • Harlow (Essex) to Kings Lynn (Norfolk)
  • Stripes represent 10,257 genetic letters of Human Genome BRCA2
  • Current Usage (2009) about 700 cycle trips / day.

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Phase 5 - Carbon Management
  • Sustainability Manager Appointed
  • Increased patient and visitor charges
  • Think Green Campaign launched
  • 2138 staff parking spaces
  • New staff survey – understanding carbon impact
  • BUG-WAG re-formed
  • Cyclescheme, Liftshare, Streetcar
  • 210 cycle parking spaces – PFI and Rosie
  • 1055 space NCP multi storey car park opens
  • Free bus travel (over 60’s)

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Phase 6 - Carbon and Health Management
  • Staff car parking charges £2 a day (Comparable to Cambridge P&R)
  • Addenbrooke’s Life Programme
  • Work with MRC on research into Health & Commuting
  • OWL Cycle Surgery on site
  • Improved pedestrian routes and 150 additional cycle stands (300 spaces)
  • Development of healthy, sustainable travel incentives
  • Addenbrooke’s ‘A’ bus service
  • Patient Courtesy Bus
  • Planning Permission

– Cambridge Biomedical Campus

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CGB

(£97m)

AAR Ph2

(£19m)

AAR Ph1

(£6m)

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Challenges ahead

  • Integrated travel plan for Cambridge Biomedical Campus
    • Targets for Clinical
    • Targets for R&D
    • Targets for MRC
    • Targets for CR-UK
  • Procurement of new infrastructure
  • Carbon Reduction Commitment
  • Premises Assurance Model (PAM)
  • Business Mileage
  • Goods and Services

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summary
Summary
  • Commitment from the Board
  • Strong leadership in introducing unpopular car park management
  • Linked to Development Control Plan - a Vision
  • Innovative procurement
  • Partnership
  • Ring-fenced income
  • Union support