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1 Building Behaviour Change into LTP3 Chris Hanley CLASP workshop 11 th November 2010

2 2 Introduction  DaSTS update  Pilot areas  Carbon abatement in LTP3  Targeting of different trip types  Shared delivery of smarter choices  Local Sustainable Transport Fund

3 3 DaSTS overall aim “To develop a regional (now local!) smarter choices strategy that will optimise the benefits of carbon savings and value for money, whilst ensuring practical monitoring.”

4 4 Golden rules  Financially viable  Carbon abatement  Modal shift

5 5 Where are we now?

6 6 Introduction  DaSTS update  Pilot areas  Carbon abatement in LTP3  Targeting of different trip types  Shared delivery of smarter choices  Local Sustainable Transport Fund

7 7 Shortlisted areas LAOverall Rank Warrington40 Crewe38 Stockport34 Eden30

8 8 What are we asking the pilot areas to do?  Set up local schemes and initiatives  Implement a clear monitoring framework  Track programme benefits  Work with the community  Work with LEPs  Focus on high carbon trip types

9 9 Introduction  DaSTS update  Pilot areas  Carbon abatement in LTP3  Targeting of different trip types  Shared delivery of smarter choices  Local Sustainable Transport Fund

10 10 Overview North-West Region

11 11 Carbon abatement - journey distance by trip type

12 12 Priority spending – carbon abatement  Ultimately we must target the factors that are used to calculate emissions:  Mode  Technical and operational efficiency  Journey distance  Speed  Number of trips

13 13 How to prioritise spending on Smarter Choices PriorityMeasures Included (1) Reducing the number of trips Homeworking Tele/video conferencing Homeshopping / e-payments (2) Reducing journey length Community hubs Integrated bicycle and rail/bus Bike rental schemes (3) Technical and operational efficiency Plugged-In Places Driver training Fleet management Fiscal policy (4) Affecting speed and congestion relief Freight control Peak user charging Multi-occupancy lanes Average speed cameras (5) Mode switchCycling facilities upgrades Car clubs / car sharing database Parking policy

14 14 Carbon impacts: analysis of schemes  Reviewed case studies, evidence and theoretical framework for measures in relation to:  Total saving of each measure which is based on the percentage saving proportionate to the approximate NI % saving needed for  Cost effectiveness – cost of each measure per tonne of CO 2 abated.

15 15 Priority measures – carbon abatement Policy or measure Total saving (based on 20% target by 2020)Cost effectivenessImpactRank Land use planning decisionsUp to 2%Cost neutralHigh1 Quality bus partnerships1-1.5%£30 per tonne abatedHigh1 Car share matching Up to 1%£10-15 per tonneHigh1 Partnership with telecomms providers0.6%-1%£10 per tonneHigh1 Congestion or road user charging1-1.5%Cost neutralHigh1 Workplace Parking Levy0.80%£20 per tonneMedium1 Community hubs1%£5 per tonneHigh1 Freight quality partnershipsUp to 2%£35 per tonneHigh1 River freight transport %£5-10 per tonneMedium1 Introduction/increase of CPZs and parking charges1-1.5%£20 per tonneHigh1 Emissions based charging across workplaces and Council car parks2-2.5%£20 per tonneHigh1 Driver training0.20%£20 per tonneHigh1

16 16 Evaluation (1)  Best returns on investment in parking, freight, technology and planning policy.  Cycling and walking and bus measures will generally score poorly as they are targeting short trips  Largest gains will be made to middle distance commute, business travel, leisure and shopping i.e. especially between 5 and 25 miles.  BUT NEED TO CONSIDER WIDER SOCIO-ECONOMIC IMPACTS

17 17 Wider Council impacts Policy or measure Economic Growth Children and Young People Safer and Stronger Communities Adult health and wellbeing Environm ental sustainab ility Resources and efficiency Equality and diversity Local authority impact Land-use planning decisionsYYYyYYY7 School travel planning YY YYY5 Workplace and destination based travel plansY YYYY5 Quality bus partnershipsY YYYY5 Cycle network improvements Y YY Y4 Cycle parking Y YY Y4 Car clubs YY 2 Car share database YY 2 Traffic managementY 1 Work with HA on IDMY 1

18 18 Evaluation (2)  Cycling and walking score highest when looking at the wider local authority objectives  Land use planning decisions, integrated community initiatives and PTP also score highly  Parking measures and fiscal measures more controversial

19 19 What does this all mean?  Informed local decisions on policy  Balanced view of priorities  Less reliance on PPG13  Focus resources  Re-skilling of transport and land use planners

20 20 Introduction  DaSTS update  Pilot areas  Carbon abatement in LTP3  Targeting of different trip types  Shared delivery of smarter choices  Local Sustainable Transport Fund

21 21 Targeting different trip types  School  Car sharing  Cycle training  Workplace  Parking management  Use of technology  Retail  Homeshopping  Parking management  Leisure  Integrated hubs  Introduction of EVs

22 22 Introduction  DaSTS update  Pilot areas  Carbon abatement in LTP3  Targeting of different trip types  Shared delivery of smarter choices  Local Sustainable Transport Fund

23 23 Delivering at the right level LevelProjects NeighbourhoodParking policy Cycle infrastructure Community travel LocalTravel plans Bike rental schemes Community hubs Inter-localEV procurement Driver training Fleet management RegionalMarketing and advertising Rail connectivity Origin and destination analysis

24 24 Introduction  DaSTS update  Pilot areas  Carbon abatement in LTP3  Targeting of different trip types  Shared delivery of smarter choices  Local Sustainable Transport Fund

25 25 New LSTP Develop packages of measures that support economic growth and reduce carbon in their communities as well as delivering cleaner environments, improved safety and increased levels of physical activity.

26 26 Proposed schemes  Encouraging walking and cycling  Initiatives to improve integration between travel modes and end-to-end journey experiences  Better public transport  Improved traffic management schemes.

27 27 Possible ideas  Integrated rail and cycle  Fare free zones  Bus for bikes  School car share linked to infrastructure  Small EVs for leisure trips  Community travel plans

28 28 Contact details  Chris Hanley  Colin Buchanan, 20 Eastbourne Terrace, London, W2 6LG  


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