Presentation on theme: "Innovation and excellence in health and care Addenbrookes Hospital I Rosie Hospital Access to Addenbrookes The Access to Addenbrookes travel plan covers."— Presentation transcript:
Innovation and excellence in health and care Addenbrookes Hospital I Rosie Hospital Access to Addenbrookes The Access to Addenbrookes travel plan covers those employers and employees working on the Cambridge Biomedical Campus located 3 miles south of Cambridge city centre along with their patients and visitors. Currently on Campus there are: 8,500 staff of Cambridge University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust (CUH) Over 3,000 sub-contractors, the East Anglia Ambulance Service, the Medical Research Council and its research partners, Cancer Research UK, National Blood Transfusion Service, the University of Cambridge School of Clinical Medicine, Glaxo SmithKline, Sanctuary Housing and Kids Unlimited Child Care Nurseries. Over 11,800 patients and visitors daily It is anticipated that in the future, following expansion, over 17,000 staff will work on Campus in addition to an increase in the number of patients and visitors.
Innovation and excellence in health and care Addenbrookes Hospital I Rosie Hospital Access to Addenbrookes Phase five: Planning related infrastructure development and improvements (2007) Addenbrookes Road and Francis Crick Avenue opened in 2010 providing enhanced highway access to the M11 motorway and the new and proposed Campus developments The Cambridgeshire Guided Busway opened in 2011 providing improved bus and cycle links to both Trumpington P&R, Cambridge rail Station and Cambridge city, taking over from the dedicated CUH H1 service Dame Mary Archer Way opened in 2013 Phase four: Reviewing progress and communicating our actions (2003) Launch of a programme aimed at integrated communication. Awareness raising of the Access to Addenbrookes travel plan and encouraging patients and visitors to travel to the Campus by means other than the private car. Phase three: Partnership working (2001) Delivering a first of its kind (for the NHS) bus interchange station, in partnership with Cambridgeshire County Council, supporting a Trust operated direct bus route (H1) to Campus from the Trumpington P&R site Stagecoach Cambridge partnered with the Trust to provide subsidised weekly and four-weekly staff bus tickets during this phase. Phases one and two: Taking action for ourselves ( ) Introducing a variety of initiatives including arrangements to control car park management. Helped to found the Travel for Work Partnership Providing additional cycle parking and interest-free loans for the purchase of cycles and motorcycles. Phase six: Equality of infrastructure for Campus commuters (2013) Co-operation, co-ordination and collaboration with our Campus partners. Preparation for the growth of the Campus, standardising the design of infrastructure to reflect the Master Planning process. The travel plan to date has been delivered in phases, with each phase focussing on different elements that contribute to the overall objectives. This successful incremental change has created an environment where sustainable travel is now very much part of Campus life.
Innovation and excellence in health and care Addenbrookes Hospital I Rosie Hospital Successful modal shift Modal shift (person trips) to Campus Staff Bicycle69717%1,30722%2,79131% Motorcycle531%1533%1652% Car (single occupancy)2,96274%2,14236%2,47728% Car (Multiple occupancy) 2104%5716% Bus1444%1,42424%2,42427% Walk1364%63911%5696% 3,992100%5,875100%8,997100% Patients / Visitors Bicycle1332%2162%4934% Motorcycle1141%270%290% Car (single occupancy)7,22493%3,55536%3,23027% Car (multiple occupancy) 5,13952%6,46855% Bus2593%7808%1,30511% Walk911%2092%3103% 7,821100%9,926100%11,835100%
Innovation and excellence in health and care Addenbrookes Hospital I Rosie Hospital The next step Caring for our Campus Commuters: Access to Addenbrookes Plus Key Themes Co-operation, co-ordination and collaboration with our Campus Partners (Travel Plan Plus style) Taking account of the future, Campus expansion and on-site developments Making sure that anyone adopting or trying to adopt sustainable travel options feel looked after, respected and appreciated for their choice Targets To reduce and maintain the number of staff driving to work as a single occupancy motor car to 25% by 2017 To reduce the share of patients and visitors travelling to the Campus by motor car (single and multiple occupancy) to 75% by 2017