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EFFECTS OF ECONOMIC CRISIS ON PUBLIC TRANSPORT CARMEN SANZ PARDO CONSORCIO REGIONAL DE TRANSPORTES DE MADRID.

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1 EFFECTS OF ECONOMIC CRISIS ON PUBLIC TRANSPORT CARMEN SANZ PARDO CONSORCIO REGIONAL DE TRANSPORTES DE MADRID

2 EVOLUCIÓN DE LA DEMANDA (Millones de Viajeros) (Por modo de transporte) MODO DE TRANSPORTE AÑO 2007Año 2008VARIACIÓN (%) METRO *-2,7 685**-0,3 EMT ,5 AUTOBUSES INTERURBANOS ,0 CERCANÍAS RENFE ,0 TFM 7,26,7-7,0 * Previsión inicial ** Cierre provisional

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4 EVOLUCIÓN DEL CONSUMO DE COMBUSTIBLES DE AUTOMOCIÓN (gasolinas + gasóleo auto) 

5 METRO DE MADRID (LABORABLES, DOMINGOS Y FESTIVOS 2008/2007) LABORABLES (L a V)DOMINGOS/FESTIVOS Variación Media % Variación Media % ENERO ,09% ,30% FEBR ,51% ,26% MARZO ,07% ,92% ABRIL ,94% ,26% MAYO ,96% ,18% JUNIO ,57% ,75% JULIO ,95% ,84% AGOSTO ,65% ,66% SEPT ,95% ,33% OCT ,00% ,97% NOV ,59% ,73% DIC ,89% ,41%

6 E.M.T. (LABORABLES, DOMINGOS Y FESTIVOS 2008/2007) LABORABLES (L a V)DOMINGOS/FESTIVOS Variación Media % Variación Media % ENERO ,6% ,42% FEBR ,3% ,16% MARZO ,4% ,81% ABRIL ,6% ,58% MAYO ,0% ,08% JUNIO ,6% ,19% JULIO ,6% ,50% AGOSTO ,0% ,56% SEPT ,3% ,38% OCT ,0% ,9% NOV ,2% ,1% DIC ,1% ,2%

7 EVOLUCIÓN DE LA DEMANDA EN AUTOBUSES INTERURBANOS - Octubre a Diciembre 2008/ CORREDORLÍNEASLaborablesSábadosFestivos A-I Madrid – Alcobendas – S.S. Reyes Madrid – Algete -5,27 -9,70 -11,18 -13,50 -14,57 -19,20 A-II Madrid – Coslada- S. Fernando Madrid – Torrejón – Alcalá -16,65 -8,20 -19,57 -10,20 -23,73 -13,04 A-III Madrid – Rivas Madrid – Arganda -12,16 -12,75 -17,96 -19,93 -18,33 -20,77 A-401 Madrid – Getafe -16,26-23,38-28,47 A-IV Madrid – Pinto – Valdemoro – Aranjuez -9,44-7,36-8,60 M-425 Madrid – Leganés Madrid – Fuenlabrada -2,64 -4,51 -5,18 -6,87 -6,84 -9,53 A-V Madrid – Alcorcón Madrid – Móstoles -11,90 -5,10 -9,80 -0,30 -13,80 -6,20 A-VI Madrid – Las Rozas – Villalba -0,44-2,93-10,09 M-607 Madrid – Tres Cantos Madrid – Colmenar Viejo +2,43 -3,77 -3,76 -10,56 -8,61 -12,68

8 EVOLUCIÓN DE LA DEMANDA (Viajes/día laborable) - LÍNEA DE AUTOBÚS EN POLÍGONO INDUSTRIAL CONSOLIDADO - AÑOENE.FEB.MAR.ABR.MAY.JUN.JUL. AGO. SEP.OCT.NOV.DIC. VIAJES VIAJES VARIACIÓN 2008/ %+20%+18% +8%+2%-1%-7%-11%-16%-10%-20%

9 QUESTIONNAIRE ABOUT ECONOMIC CRISIS

10 What impacts are being noticed on the public transport demand? In case of a decrease of demand a) specify its distribution b) Have you noticed any difference related to the purpose of the trip? Are there any changes on the modal share? Has any transfer from the private car been noticed? Travel cards / season tickets Has selling or use decreased? MadridDecrease Urban buses -6,5%, Metro -0.3%, suburban railways - 1,9, interurban buses - 2,0%. Higher decrease on leisure days Unknown Yes. Monthly tickets decrease around 4,5%. Barcelona No significant decrease Monthly tickets slightly decrease. Weekly tickets low increase. Maybe, highway toll has suffered a 8% decrease Monthly tickets slightly decrease. Weekly tickets low increase. VilniusDecreaseDecrease in monthly ticketYes HVVNo impact-No BrusselsSlightly increase-UnknownNo

11 What impacts are being noticed on the public transport demand? In case of a decrease of demand a) specify its distribution b) Have you noticed any difference related to the purpose of the trip? Are there any changes on the modal share? Has any transfer from the private car been noticed? Travel cards / season tickets Has selling or use decreased? StuttgartSlightly increase-No Slightly increase Yorkshire Bus and Tram begin to decline. Train continues increasing Optional journeys probably are decreasing. UnknownNo BudapestNo impact-No- Helsinki Increase but lower than previous year - In 2008 public transport usage increased 4% Stable selling, but higher usage PragueDecrease Bigger in short-term and on working days No W. Midlands Recent data are not avalaible, increase up to September. Transfer from bus to railway regardless crisis Proportion of PT is increasing, specially due to rail and metro (33,4% in 2007, 35% in 2008) The same as demand results

12 Have measures been adopted in order to adapt the offer to the demand? Has the possibility to establish adjustment measures on operational costs been studied? Have special measures to support operators specially damaged by the economic situation been foreseen? Are measures adopted different when aimed at public operators versus private operators? MadridYesNoNot yetYes BarcelonaNo There is an idea to adapt night routes No- VilniusYes-- Both had to adjust to situation and changes HVVNo - BrusselsNo StuttgartNo - YorkshireYes Some measures to aid cash-flow problems All operators are private companies BudapestYesOn studying-- HelsinkiYes Cost updated with fuel prices and interest rates No- Prague Services on Sunday mornings are reduced Only frecuency Special subsidy for Railways The previous case W. Midlands No- All operators are private companies

13 Has any kind of measure related to contracts with operators been taken? Have investment plans in progress? Have any measure related to social policies or designed to avoid social exlusion been adopted? Have the fares in 2009 been modified? By how much? MadridOn studying Yes with some delays No Updated in 2009 price index. Higher in BarcelonaNo Updated with price index VilniusNoYesNo Modified from 0,52€ to 0,58€ HVVNo Updated 3,3% BrusselsNoYes The existing measures remain Updated with inflation: 3% StuttgartNo Updated with inflation YorkshireNoYes Updated 8% Budapest---No HelsinkiNo Yes, regardless crisis PragueNo W. Midland Accessibility Planning have been included in buses contracts Yes, no reduction is expected Yes, for unemployed people Updated broadly inflation

14 Have these fare modifications taken into account any criteria related to the current economic crisis? Have free pass to any group of users been introduced? Have commercial, marketing and communication activities, been affected and how/ in what sense? Have promotion campaigns been planned or on the contrary these expenditures are reduced? MadridNo Marketing expenditures have been reduced Reduced BarcelonaNo VilniusNo Yes- HVVNo BrusselsNo StuttgartNo, not for 2009No Neither nor YorkshireNoYesNo Budapest-YesDecreaseYes HelsinkiNo Prague---- W. Midlands No Free-one-day passes and benefits in monthly passes for unemployed people No

15 Are strategic measures regarding the use of the private car planned or yet adopted? Have any exploratory measures been planned or taken to search new public transport funding? Have you noticed any decrease in fare incomes? What evolution of the index of range fares is expected? MadridNoNot for the moment Yes. 7% in the first quarter Decrease near 2% Barcelona Decreasing tolls charges to HOV and clean vehicles NoYesNo forecast Vilnius-YesNo- HVVNo Slight increase BrusselsScheduled for NoUnknown StuttgartNo Slignthly increase - YorkshireNot speciallyNo Unknown Budapest---- HelsinkiNo On studying, regardless crisis No- PragueToll system on studyingNo- W. Midlands Yes, there are measures to reduce car use and congestion and delivering on Regional Transport Priorities. Yes, specially measures linked to land use are on studying. No significant decrease Unknown


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