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PUBLIC TRANSPORT. Moving People – Hearts & Minds. Heather Webster Executive Director Public Transport Division. Lack of Parking Puts Train Users on Road Linton Besser More than 40% of motorists who otherwise drive all the way to work would rather park at a station and commute.

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PUBLIC TRANSPORT

Moving People – Hearts & Minds

Heather Webster

Executive Director

Public Transport Division

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Lack of Parking Puts Train Users on Road

Linton Besser

More than 40% of motorists who otherwise drive all the way to work would rather park at a station and commute.

Travel times getting longer

Lauren Novak

PEAK hour could blow out over the next decade if nothing is done to stop the build-tip of traffic congestion on Adelaide roads.

The car is doomed, scientist warns

Clay Lucas

CAR travel should be cut by 80%, road construction halted and public transport boosted if Australia is to meet carbon emission targets, energy experts have warned.

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Adelaide Metro

  • 220,000 journeys each weekday
  • 65 million journeys a year
  • $ 270 million per year to operate
  • $ 70 million per year in fare revenue
  • $ 3 subsidy for each journey on average
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Vehicles

Infrastructure

810 – Buses

94 – Rail Cars

15 – Trams

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Track - Infrastructure

  • Shared and Segregated
  • 120 km of Train Line
  • 12.5 km Tram Line
  • 12 km of O-Bahn Track
  • 1440 km of Bus Routes
  • Service Contractors Objectives
    • Maintain a viable business and earn reasonable profit
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Revenue Infrastructure

  • Ticketing
  • 1,800 Validating machines
  • 650 Outlets selling Metrotickets
  • GPS monitoring of services
  • $70 million ticket revenue
  • (2006 - 07financial year)
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Fuel Infrastructure

  • Diesel - 21 million litres per annum
  • CNG – 297,874 GJ’s per annum
  • Bio Diesel (B5 moving to B10) -
  • 1.5 million litres per annum
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Dedicated Public Transport Infrastructure

Capital value - $1.5 billion

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Increasing Public Transport Use

How to get people from cars to public transport?

Comfortable, Fast, Safe, Reliable, Well Priced

Frequent Services

Over 45% of adults have difficulty understanding timetables

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Who benefits from the use of public transport

The individual

The environment

Other road users

The city

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Strategies Driving Patronage Growth

Bus Network: 80% of trips

Train and Tram: 20% of trips

Adelaide Milestones

  • O-Bahn
  • CTC

3. Marketing

4.Trams

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Results of Contracting

In first 10 years:

  • $193 million
  • $ 52 million
  • 14% more service
          • 15% more patronage

Cost savings

Extra Revenue

Plus

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Information Infrastructure

  • 5,993 stops with Information
  • 33 Smart Stops – showing real time information
  • 37 fully illuminated Interchange display units
  • Website - 17 million hits
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Information Infrastructure

  • 5,600 Nomad onBoard subscribers
  • 187,000 sms and e mail messages sent per annum
  • 400 Info outlets distributing 4.3 million timetables per annum
  • 800,000 visitors to the Adelaide Metro InfoCentre per annum
  • 540,000 calls to the Adelaide Metro InfoLine per annum
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Strategies for Growth – Short to Medium Term

Increases to:

Bus Priority

Frequency

Capacity

Park'n'Ride

Rail track quality

New ticketing system

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Strategies for Longer Term Growth

  • Extend bus routes
  • Extend train and tram lines
  • Electrify and standardise train lines
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Support for Public Transport

Strategic Plan Target

(10% weekday car kms – currently 7%)

Increasing patronage

Climate Change

Congestion and costs

Public opinion

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Motivations To Change Travel Behaviour

  • Frequency
  • Low fares
  • Weekend Services
  • Reliability
  • Faster
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Potential Users

70% travel in the peak

Latent demand:

Between 30% and 50%

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The Competitive Challenge

A clean, uncluttered modern city has attractive public transport for easy travel

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Bus– the Quick Fix

Short lead time

Incremental

Reach and Accessibility

Flexible

Cheaper

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Choose the mode to fit the task not bend the task to fit the mode

Whichmode fits your task?

Metro

Standard Rail

LRT

Tram

Bus

Busway

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Change is unavoidable but outcomes can be chosen

Changes to Fuel Price, Energy Source, Vehicle Type, Travel Habits

Will change the dynamics of a city

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Summary

Good public transport is essential for a civilised city

  • It depends on
  • City Design
  • Fuel Prices to accelerate change
  • Acknowledgement of the broader benefits
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