Presentation on theme: "By : CAMPAGNA Michael & PERRON Arnaud T.C.R.M Public Transport of the city agglomeration of Metz 01/12/08."— Presentation transcript:
By : CAMPAGNA Michael & PERRON Arnaud T.C.R.M Public Transport of the city agglomeration of Metz 01/12/08
Summary Introduction I.History of the company and its network II.The company and its network today III.Current projects and futur developments Conclusion
Introduction Metz, capital of Lorraine City population : City area : 42 km²
I. History of the company and its network 1880 : Creation of the Metz public transport (2 lines crossing in the center of the town) May 1902 : Inauguration of the electric tram network : Launch of 6 Renault buses in addition to the trams. Inauguration of the Trolleybus network : Buses replace Trolleybus
I. History of the company and its network 1975 : Creation of the community agglomeration of Metz, including 8 cities : Creation of the first bus lanes 1991 : Creation of the T.C.R.M. company : New E-ticketing is operational (major modernization which allow to collect statistics about attendance) 2003 : New logo for the company
II. The company and its network today The T.C.R.M company belongs to the agglomeration community of Metz Metropole (CA2M) and the national public transport company TRANSDEV. Statistics > Company Employees : 480 Turnover : > Network 40 cities ( inhabitants over an area of 277 square kilometers) 33 bus lines on a network of 360 km with 909 bus stops. 162 buses, passengers, km and liters of desulfurized diesel
II. The company and its network today Network and services Main network (29 lines) Radial Lines 6, 8, 16, 17, 27 Diametral Lines , 2, 3, 4, 5-25, 5b, 9, 11-11, 13, U Feeder Lines 26, 27, 101, 102, 104, 105, 106, 107, 108, 109, 111, 112, 113, 114, 115 Suburbs Lines 110, 101 School Lines 18, Bridoux, Plappeville, SEGPA, LEP du Bâtiment
Minibus network (2 lines) School lines Transport on demand for RMP Miniline of Montigny-les-Metz Late Line II. The company and its network today
Majority of the lines are available from 6:00 until 20:30 (excepted the Late Line). About the interval at the bus stops, it depends of the line and the timetable. Concerning the timetable, there are 4 periods : White : Monday to Friday (excepted school holidays and legal holidays) : the interval is short (~5 minute at the main bus stops. Orange : Saturday and school holidays : the interval is a bit longer, but main bus stops and lines have almost the same interval as in the White period. Blue : Sunday and legal holidays : long interval, from 40 minutes to 150 minutes. Some lines are not available in Blue period. Green : Summer holiday : Same interval as in the White period, but not the same timetable and the lines start later the morning (around 7:00 instead 6:00).
II. The company and its network today Vehicles 162 buses are used for this network. Standard vehicles : 5 Mercedes Citaro II (RMP equipped) 18 Irisbus Citelis Line (RMP equipped) 4 Irisbus Agora Line (RMP equipped) 8 Irisbus Renault Agora 1 Mercedes Citaro O Renault Agora 15 Renault R312 Articulated vehicles : 8 Irisbus Agora L (RMP equipped) 12 Irisbus Renault Agora L 2 Mercedes Citaro O 530 G 8 Renault Agora L 1 Irisbus Citelis Renault PR118 1 Renault PR180.2
II. The company and its network today Small vehicles 2 Midibus Mercedes Citaro K Midibus Heuliez GX117 Minibus Renault – Trouillet Minibus Citroen Noventis 400 RMP transport on demand vehicles During this winter, new articulated Volvo 7700A buses will be put on lines and 17.
II. The company and its network today Since 2001, new buses put into service received a yellow painting remaining the color of the mirabelle (region of Lorraine is famous for this fruit) and the Jaumont stone (stone used in the composition of certain buildings in the region). There is also on several buses, a sentence or a quote painted on the windows which are about the city of Metz, its actuality, its history or its personalities.
II. The company and its network today Transit Fares Since 2005, there are 7 tickets and 8 cards as transit fares. Tickets 1 trip ticket (1,20 2 trips ticket (2,10 ) 10 trips ticket 10 (8,60 ) : can be used by one or several persons. 10 trips ticket Solidarité (4,30 ) : only for CMU card owners. 10 trips ticket Vermeil (4,30 ) : reserved for people over 65 living in a cities of the CA2M Visi Pass ticket (3,20 ) : valid all the day on all the TCRM network. 1 trip Minibus ticket (0,70 ) : only on the Minibus network. Cards Pass' Liberté Hebdo illimité (10,80 ) : Unlimited travel for 1 week. Mensuel illimité (32,00 ) : Unlimited travel for 1 month. Annuel illimité (320,00) : Unlimited travel for 1 year. Pass Etud (only for student under 26) 12 trips Hebdo (7,80 ) : 1 round trip by day, Monday to Saturday Mensuel illimité (27,00 ) : Unlimited travel for 1 month. Annuel illimité (240,00 ) : Unlimited travel for 1 year. PassVermeil (only for people over 65 living in a cities of the CA2M) Mensuel illimité (13,50 ) : Unlimited travel for 1 month.
III. Current projects and futur developments The main project : BUSWAY Also called TCSP project (for Transport en Commun en Site Propre), the Busway project has been launched by the new mayor of Metz, and approved by the CA2M in its PDU (Plan de Déplacement Urbain). This will be a 16,5 km lenght only bus lane, from North to South-East of the city.
III. Current projects and futur developments Advantages Faster and on-time buses (average speed of 20km/h instead of 10km/h) High frequency (every 3 minutes in the main bus lane) 50 new or rebuilt bus stations, better located, more comfortable and equipped for the RMP. New buses, more comfortable, better driving (optical guidance), with more capacity (25000 persons by day) Related projetcs To improve and promote public transportation, several projects related to the Busway are planned : Equipped secondary axis : Bus only lanes, priority for the bus at the intersections. Park and Ride located at the edge of the bus lanes
III. Current projects and futur developments Related projetcs Better connection between the different transport mode Regarding current lines, parts of their track and schedules will probably be modified to improve connections with the Busway line. Other projects Update the E-Ticketing for a better connection with the departmental and regional transports (Intercity buses, SNCF trains,…). Continue to make the network accessible to the RMP (bus equipments, bus stop improvements,…). Increase the Late Line by adding new lines and better frequency. (informal) Create new lines because some cities will no longer be served by intercity buses.
Conclusion 33 lines, 162 buses, trips by day Current network still can be improved The Busway project is a major part of the network development Mobility stakes : Improve the air quality, reduce the traffic, avoid noise problems