Presentation on theme: "Milan, strategy for sustainable mobility Sevilla 2007 Fifth European Conference on Sustainable Cities and Towns Edoardo Croci Transport, Mobility and Environment."— Presentation transcript:
Milan, strategy for sustainable mobility Sevilla 2007 Fifth European Conference on Sustainable Cities and Towns Edoardo Croci Transport, Mobility and Environment Councelor Municipality of Milan
Milan Outline Surface area ( kmq) : 181,79 Number of inhabitants: 1.307.545 Urban density (m Inh./kmq):7.192,62 GDP (mil.euro):Milano58.500 Ital 1.263.432 GDP pro capite (euro): Milano26.414 Italy20.761
Milan and the Agenda 21 Process The City of Milan began the Agenda 21 process by signing the Aalborg Charter in December 2000 The Report on the State of the Environment, based on the PSR method, presents 8 chapters and 116 indicators: Economic context, Metropolitan strategies and relationships, urban form and functions Mobility Air Quality Energy Physical Agents Land, subsoil and urban settlement Waste Integrated water cycle
Milan Candidate City for Expo 2015 “Feeding the Planet, Energy for life” http://www.milanoExpo-2015.com/ The core of the event will take place in the new Fiera Milano Exhibition Centre (located at the north-west side of the City). Green areas and new buildings will be located in the surrounding areas and the whole city will be deeply involved and transformed by the event.
Expo 2015 WHY? 1.Milan “sustainable candidature” to Expo 2015 All preparatory activities, carrying out and “ex-post” activities will be developed according to the principles of sustainability. The event will guarantee long-lasting benefits for the whole city. 2. The candidature for Expo 2015 boosts the plans and the projects for sustainability currently designed or implemented by the Municipality of Milan. Many essential projects regarding Milan and its surrounding areas are actually being realized or planned, but the Expo 2015 will give us the chance to develop an integrated comprehensive project and reach higher targets.
A Sustainable Expo 2015 Mobility : - public transport system extension to municipal and regional level (infrastructure and services) - road network improvement - promotion of alternative and renewable fuels for innovative mobility systems Energy in buildings: Develop regulation and specific guidelines for energy efficiency increase and renewable energy introduction in existing and new buildings
Milan mobility outline People daily trips = 4.757.000 Trips from/to Milan Internal trips 53 % 47 % 28 % 72 % Freight daily trips = 164.000 Trips from/to Milan Internal trips
Milan mobility outline PUBLIC TRANSPORT CAR and MOTORBIKE BICYCLE OTHER PUBLIC TRANSPORT CAR and MOTORBIKE BICYCLE OTHER
Public Transport Network NetworkN° linesKmCars*Km (millions) % Metro3745743 Tramway212112620 Trolleybus440,84,84 Bus589564433 % of Electric Public Transport (Metro, Tramway, Trolleybus) 67
Metro and Tramwaykm Under Construction24 Planned and Financed19 Planned54 Programmed71 Planned Public Transport Network
Milan strategy for sustainable mobility Targets of the Municipality of Milan for sustainable mobility: 30 % reduction of incoming vehicles public transport increase: over 50% of trips by public transport 25% reduction of PM 10 emissions from transport PM10 concentration are a critical factor in Milan. In 2005 the 50 mg/mc daily concentration limit has been exceeded for 150 days when the European limit permits 35 days.
Milan strategy for sustainable mobility: 1.Public transport development plan (increase offer; increase frequency; expansion of the underground transport network) 2.Development of “on demand” public transport 3.Development of tariff integration in the regional area 4.Price Parking extension 5.Development of new inter-change parking areas 6.Development of cycling mobility
Milan strategy for sustainable mobility: 7.Rationalization of city logistic 8.Achievement of higher level of road security 9.Development of car sharing services 10.Info-mobility technologies 11.Incentivation of zero/low emission public fleets and private vehicles 12.Pollution Charge
It will speed up the replacing of old (and pollutant) vehicles and make available the financial resources for public transport expansion. It will concern an area of 9 kmq. in the city center, limiting the circulation of polluting vehicles by levying the payment of an entry fee on an average of 78.000 trips that take place in the selected area every day. Milan strategy for sustainable mobility “Pollution Charge”
A Milan strategy for sustainable mobility “Pollution Charge” TARIFF The tariff will be related to PM10 emission factor of vehicles The higher the emission factor, the higher the tariff - according to the basic European “polluter pays” principle CONTROLS The control will be guaranteed by electronic video systems
A strategy for sustainable mobility: “Pollution Charge” PAYMENT Will be allowed through: –Credit card –Internet –SMS –Selling points The income will be aimed at improving sustainable mobility.