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  1. Integrated Transport Planning in the City of Cape Town Transport Month - Special Breakfast Engagement Session Donald Cupido Manager Integrated Transport Planning 28 October 2011

  2. Overview of the Presentation • Legal Framework and Policy Instruments • Principles, Approach and Objectives • Measuring, monitoring and means of integration • Supply and Demand framework • Key Programs and your role as stakeholders • Institutional Reforms • Overview of Transport Demand Management • Project – Employee Trip Reduction Program • Way Forward

  3. Minimal Requirements ito NLTA

  4. Formal Declaration as the Planning Authority

  5. Approval of ITP by the MEC

  6. Policy Context of City Integrated Transport Plan National Legislation, Policy and Strategy National Land Transport Act National Public Transport Strategy National Public transport Strategy and Action Plan Provincial Policy and Strategy Provincial Land Transport Framework Municipal Policy and Strategy Integrated Development Plan Integrated Transport Plan

  7. Principles & Directives Governing the ITP Sustainable Transport System • Environmental Sustainability • Social Sustainability • Economic Sustainability • Universal Accessibility/Design • Support for Local and Economic Development & Growth • Integrated Land Use and Transport Planning • Transport Safety • Transport Efficiency

  8. Broad Objectives of the ITP Vision – Strategies – Themes – Triple Bottom Line

  9. Measuring & Monitoring the ITP

  10. Scale Sector Sub Metro District/Local Functional Region City (Metro) Provincial Land Transport Framework Local Area Transport Plans Transport Integrated Transport Plan Integrated Transport Plan City Spatial Development Framework Provincial Spatial Development Framework Spatial Local Spatial Plans District Spatial Plans Respective Zoning Schemes of adjoining municipalities Integrated Zoning Scheme Integrated Zoning Scheme Integrated Zoning Scheme Land Use Economic Development Provincial Economic Development Strategy Local Economic Development Plans Local Economic Development Plans Economic Development Framework Provincial Environmental Strategy Climate Change Strategy Energy Strategy Local Environmental Plans Local Environmental Plans Environment

  11. Transport Planning: Demand & Supply • Passenger Demand • Person Trips • Revealed & Latent • Operational Requirements • Available & New modes • Policy driven • Meet Objectives, measured by KPI • Infrastructure & Systems • Way: Rail, BRT lane, Road • Facilities: Stations • Systems: Signalling, Management, Information • Scale • Metro-wide • District level • Local level

  12. Current System Modal Split Transport Planning Process % Car % MBT % Bus % Rail Current Total Passenger Demand (Revealed) Demand Forecast Demographics Land Use Economic Future Total Passenger Demand (Revealed & Latent) Supply Informants Energy Environment Alt. Technologies Affordability Social impact Desired System Modal Split % Car % Rail % MBT % Bus % BRT

  13. Key Programs, Processes and your role as stakeholders

  14. Key Programs Moving Forward • Public Transport Program • Planning and phased implementation of the Integrated Public Transport Network • IRT (BRT) priority corridors – City of Cape Town • Phase 1 and Phase 2 (Metro South East) • Rail priority corridors – PRASA • Kapteinsklip / Chris Hani rail corridor modernisation program • Due diligence investigation and study – devolution of rail subsidy • All three spheres of government and PRASA • Management of Public Transport Interchanges • Transport Demand Management Program • Rail based Park and Ride Program • Employee Trip Reduction Program • Reduction in Travel Time on Select Corridors • Non Motorised Transport Program • Parking Management • Transport asset management & maintenance program

  15. Key Programs Moving Forward • Intelligent Transport Systems Program • Transport Management Centre • Freeway Management System – Variable Message Signage • Area Traffic Control Network and System • Upgrade SCOOT (Real-Time Adaptive Signal Control) • Constant Improvement of incident management coordination • Improve Traffic law enforcement systems with Traffic Services • Accommodate public transport operations @ TMC (IRT, Metrorail over time) • Expansion of functionality Transport Information Centre • Institutional Review in terms of the NLTA, Act 5 of 2009 • Funding Reform - devolution of operational funding responsibility • Establish Intermodal Planning Committee and Land Transport Advisory Board • Establish - Inter Municipal Forum with neighbouring municipalities • Assignment of Transport Functions Processes • Due diligence investigations on : • assignment of the Operating Licensing Function • devolution of rail subsidies • contracting authority • Establishment of a Municipal Entity

  16. Council Executive Mayoral Committee TRS Portfolio Committee Overall Structure of Intermodal Planning Committee (IPC) & Land Transport Advisory Board (LTAB) Land Transport Advisory Board (LTAB) Chairperson: CoCT Consultation and advice Transport Roads Stormwater Directorate Intermodal Planning Committee (IPC) Chairperson: CoCT Provincial Public Transport Integration Committee Department of Transport Programmes Bus Steering Committee Chairperson: CoCT Taxi Steering Committee Chairperson: CoCT Rail Steering Committee Chairperson: CoCT Land Transport Enforcement Steering Committee Chairperson: CoCT

  17. Employee Trip Reduction (ETRP) Programme

  18. ETRP - Project Overview • TDM Measure undertaken by City • Partnerships between City, Province & 5 other large employers in CBD in order to: • to increase use of more sustainable travel options • to reduce vehicle trips • to reduce vehicle emissions • to facilitate information flow & system changes needed to address barriers to public transport usage & reluctance to reduce private vehicle use

  19. Scope of Work - ETRP Project • Develop framework for ETRP • Develop organisation-specific programmes for each organisation • Roll-out programmes in each organisation • Develop and implement a marketing plan for each organisation • Monitoring & reporting

  20. Baseline Survey – ETRP Project • All 7 participating organisations undertook baseline surveys • Purpose : determine baseline travel patterns of employees; preferences & barriers to use of alternative modes • Average sample size: 20 % • Average one-way commute distance ranges from 21 – 26 km • Survey results reflect anticipated results (high private usage; barriers to change etc)

  21. Locality plan of City offices Paul Sauer 100 73 Hertzog Gallows Hill 36 325 Media City 140 1000m Civic Centre 500m 2005 52 Wale St 8 101 Hertzog Blvd 225 225 38 Wale St 375 44 Wale St 48 33 Church St

  22. Types of survey questions • Daily commute • Time leaving home • Distance between work and home • Mode of travel • Work environment • Job Type/Function • Work Schedule • Current parking arrangement • Other preferences, barriers to change

  23. Likely SOV trip reduction options • Respondents indicated that the following measures : • Work-from-Home programmes • Flexi-Time • Bus Transport availability • Company shuttles • Carpool options/information • Possible impact : • Single-occupancy vehicle (SOV) commuter travel will most likely decrease.

  24. What will encourage SOV commuters to consider public transport • Most likely motivation • Safer and more reliable public transport • 2nd most likely motivation • More frequent public transport service • 3rd most likely motivation • Public transport closer to home

  25. Observations to Date – ETRP Project • Baseline survey information: • Enables employers to have better understanding of travel patterns of employees within CBD • Enables the success of trip reduction measures to be measured against baseline • Will inform future transport planning for the City

  26. Way Forward Overall ITP Process • Public Participation Process - essential • Stakeholder engagement • In terms of the legal framework • City public participation policy • MEC has to sign off - this component • Various mediums and opportunities will be made • available

  27. Reflection on the Presentation • Legal Framework and Policy Instruments • Principles, Approach and Objectives • Measuring, monitoring and means of integration • Supply and Demand framework • Key Programs and your role as stakeholders • Institutional Reforms • Overview of Transport Demand Management • Project – Employee Trip Reduction Program • Way Forward

  28. Thank YouEnkosi – Dankie • Comments / Discussion