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Slide 1 Karl-Heinz Posch: Mobility guidebook for new city development in Vienna Senior Consultant FGM-AMOR www.fgm.at Coordinator MAX www.max-success.eu.

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1 slide 1 Karl-Heinz Posch: Mobility guidebook for new city development in Vienna Senior Consultant FGM-AMOR Coordinator MAX Coordinator EPOMM Research and consultancy, 60 employees, based in Graz, Austria AMOR has participated in over 70 EU-projects with over 400 partners all over Europe Extensive consultancy for cities

2 slide 2 From Aspern Airfield to "aspern, die Seestadt Wiens" aspern, Vienna's lake city

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5 slide 5 A few data on aspern Seestadt inhabitants jobs Development time: 2009 – 2025 Masterplan approved by Vienna city government in 2006

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7 slide 7 Railway to Bratislava

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11 slide 11 The tasks of FGM-AMOR Mobility guidebook (Handbuch) containing: Influencing modal split Parking concepts supporting sustainable mobility Supporting public transport Cycling Shared space Special mobility needs Series of 5 workshops with urban planners, traffic planners, city representants, specialists from various fields (e.g. law, gender, retail, cycling, railway)

12 slide 12 Connecting

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14 slide 14 Parking

15 slide 15 Mobility Fund

16 slide 16 Innovative Transport Systems

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20 slide 20 On foot Bike Public Transport Car

21 slide 21 Distance to city centre: 14 km!

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23 slide 23 Paid parking

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25 slide 25 Where to put the parking garages

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29 slide 29 Prefered: decentralised parking garages Centralised garage better to reduce car traffic, but Organisational problems with many small investors Bad symbolics: first thing to build would be a big parking garage

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31 slide 31 Wohnen, gefördert >> Calculation model savings by less parking D1-D9

32 slide 32 30% > 1052 minimum parking space obligation > Costs: >> Calculation model savings by less parking D1-D9 30% 30% less parking spaces 30% > 316 parking spaces less > Savings: > 30% of savings into mobility fund > for sustainable alternatives Mobility fund Park garage costs

33 slide 33 Mobility fund could provide for: Mobility management measures Welcome packages for new inhabitants Cheaper public transport year tickets Mobility Centre Cheaper electric bicycles (pedelecs) Special rates for car sharing Shuttle bus before metro is in service

34 slide 34 Communication and Mobility Management

35 slide 35 Communication package for developers MM for companies MM for schools Info- and support package for new inhabitants Communication strategy for Wien 3420 AG

36 slide 36 Developers: What's different in aspern Seestadt Maximum parking standard, Mobility fund, obligations on bicycle parking, modal split objectives, supporting offers, car reduced character of the new city How can I live without a car here, how can I sell it? Bicycle and pedestrian friendly urban design, excellent public transport, carsharing, pedelecs, citybike, information-packages, special offers for tenants, retailers, companies, quality of life as unique selling point of aspern What do I have as support?

37 slide 37 Information Internetportal –Public transport, Carsharing, Taxi, Bicycle routes –Carpooling –Delivery services, accessibility, shopping, leisure aspern Seestadt mobility centre –Personal consultation on PT, Carsharing, Citybike, Parking, Pedelecs –All tickets, including railway

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39 slide 39 Monitoring and evaluation – why? To see Cost-benefit ratio To prove success to any financiers As Management Tool – to steer developments As foundation for future decisions in this field To be able to compare

40 slide 40 Monitoring and evaluation Traffic counts Parking capacity utilisation Carsharing, citybike usage data Control of agreements Modal split assessment Mobility advisory board Citizens, interest groups, planners, politicians Analogous to BYPAD (Bicycle Policy Audit)

41 slide 41 Outlook Guidebook finalised January 2009 Financial economic crisis No "big attractor" yet

42 slide 42 Thank you! Muchas Gracias!


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