Presentation on theme: "Transport plans in Gdynia dr Marcin Wolek Department of Transportation Market University of Gdansk Technical Training Workshop Sustainable Urban Mobility."— Presentation transcript:
Transport plans in Gdynia dr Marcin Wolek Department of Transportation Market University of Gdansk Technical Training Workshop Sustainable Urban Mobility Plans Cologne,
Title of the presentation, Speaker, City of Gdynia 249 thous. citizens; Part of Metropolitan Area with 1mio. inahbitants; Young city, founded in 1926; Dynamic transforming local economy; Dynamic development resulting in strategic spatial and transport problems.
Title of the presentation, Speaker, Public transport system in Gdynia Strong, consequent investments since 1995; Trolleybuses as strong ecological and promotional advantage; CNG buses since 2007; Still high share in modal split of the city; Model of regulated competition; Need for deeper integration within metropolitan area.
Title of the presentation, Speaker, Transport landscape in Gdynia: result of complex marketing research Almost 2/3rd of Gdynias households have at least 1 car; Ca. 500 cars / 1000 inhabitants; 48,7% of journeys in the city was done by car, 50,7% by public transport (2010); Most important features of public transport are directness, punctuality and accessibility.
Title of the presentation, Speaker, Citizens attitudes towards restrictive sustainable solutions in 2004 and 2008 [pros in %] Solutionpros 2004 pros 2008 no parking in chosen places60,82%58% limitations for individual car traffic 41,54%43,6% pedestrian zones71%68,5% parking fees26,5%42%
Title of the presentation, Speaker, Documents related to transport policy in Gdynia Act on transport policy (1998); Integrated Plan for Public Transport Development (2004); BUSTRIP project with recommendations ( ); Study for Conditions and Directions of Spatial Development (2008); Transport Plan according to new national act on public transport (up to 2013). X Integration nodes in Gdynia x
Title of the presentation, Speaker, SUTP –strategic directions 1.General objectives and principles of sustainable development 2.Reduction of transport needs (including an idea of concept city and development of cycling system) 3.Transport management (including ITS) 4.Development of clean modes of transport (improvement of safety, refurbishment of rolling stock, network development, improved information)
Title of the presentation, Speaker, Summary There is a need for integration of different documents existing in the city and related to transport policy National act for publi transport introduced an obligation for setting up the Transport Plan for cities and regions Transport Plan includes only public transport which is important barrier for sustainable planning City is going to refresh its general strategy of development up to 2013, paying special attention to integrated transport solutions.