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1 Adapting the city

2 Building & Infrastructure David Hytch Information Systems Director, Transport for Greater Manchester

3 Transport and Climate Change Transport in GM is responsible for 4m tons of CO2 We recognise the problem Now to do something about it Adapting Mitigating Business Continuity

4 Transport Adapting Energy Green Sourced Managed Re-useable Design & Build Educate BREEAM Materials

5 Transport Mitigation New and existing infrastructure Metrolink 5 million fewer car journeys Cycling Walking Roads Bus Freight Cars Rail Travel Planning Smart Ticketing Park & Ride

6 Transport Approach Change Behaviour Deliver best in class Carbon footprint emissions

7 Transport and Climate Change Bus -Hybrid Bus -Cross City Bus -Oxford Road Corridor -LSM busway Route -Northern Hub -HS2 – not speed but capacity local & regional

8 Transport and Climate Mitigation Road -Predictive Traffic Management -Measurement Freight & Bus -Incident Management -Adaptive signal control -Evidence: -Eco driving 15% -Adaptive cruise control 3-10% -Satnav improvements 15% -Speed management 20% -Adaptive signalling 20%

9 Transport interventions Bus Hybrid Bus Cross city Bus including Oxford Road Corridor LSM Busway Rail Northern Hub Electrification HS2 – not speed but capacity

10 Transport Interventions The Informed Traveller Smart ticketing Mobile Apps Trip Planners at home and on the move In journey updates Real time is too late

11 David Hytch THANK YOU

12 Adapting the city


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