Presentation on theme: "Urban mobility Analysing the mobility issues of Lagoa da Conceição Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina Arquitetura e Urbanismo Lesy Duarte de Andrade."— Presentation transcript:
Urban mobility Analysing the mobility issues of Lagoa da Conceição Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina Arquitetura e Urbanismo Lesy Duarte de Andrade Lucas Roberto Battisti de Souza Marcos Marciel Sansão Marianna Spindola Godoy Marina Freitas Klein
1940: Streets and ways were created in order to establish pathways to its residents. The picture shows us some ways connecting Freguesia to its church and neighbor regions. Those are non-paved ways.
1970: After the 50s we already can see the use of automotive vehicles. The Lagoa is turned into a passage to the beach. The dwellerss way of life changed with the time. They start to be salaried workers. Lands have been lotted and sold.
2000: The expansion of urbanization is noticeable, along with the construction of parcels and ways heading to the hills and the coastline of Lagoa. Such accelerated expansion, without the proper planning, resulted in numerous problems
LEGENDA: Main way of the Freguesia in the 50s 2008 urban occupation
Street Hierarchy LABEL: Primary Streets Secondary Streets Local Streets
Afonso Delambert Neto Venue Henrique Veras do Nascimento Street (passing through Lagoas Centrinho) Rendeiras Venue (crossing Lagoa) Vereador Osni Ortiga Street (surrounding the Westside of Lagoas lake). LABEL: Primary Streets Secondary Streets Local Streets
Modal Transport People move through Lagoa by: Bus (collective and public) Boat (may be public, private or exclusive for fishing) Car (particularly or by taxi). Motorcycles, bicycles are also used by the pedestrians, when theyre not walking.
Mass Transit The available, collective ways transport are two: bus (Transol, Canasvieiras, Insular) leading to the terminal (TILAG), or boat (Cooperbarco), with established schedules out of Centrinhos wharf, making stops on several points of the route.
Lack of Connectivity Nowadays theres no integration between the different kinds of transport. Such lack of connectivity generates conflicts and diminishes the accessibility and the mobility of the people.
Costa da Lagoa An example of that reality is revealed when residents of Costa da Lagoa are required to pay both the bus and the boat transport in order to reach Lagoa, costing them R$6,50 plus the effort of walking certain parts of the route.
Competition between bus companies The bus system is totally closed, with little integration between the various terminals of Florianópolis. That happens because several companies compete for their slice of pie on the business and thus do not work together to improve the service provided.
TILAG The nearest bus terminal is TILAG, Terminal de Integração Lagoa da Conceição.
Legenda: TILAG Terminal Bus Stops Cooperbarco - Wharf
Paths leading to Lagoa Label: North South Downtown
TILAG Should connect to: TICAN Terminal de Integração Canasvieiras TISAN Terminal de Integração Santo Antônio de Lisboa TIRIO Terminal de Integração Rio Tavares TICEN Terminal de Integração Centro TITRI Terminal de Integração Trindade These terminals arent in use anymore: TISAC Terminal de Integração Saco dos Limões TICAP Terminal de Integração Capoeiras TIJAR Terminal de Integração Jardim Atlântico
Bus Routes of TILAG Terminal 360 – Barra da Lagoa 361 – Canto da Lagoa 362 – Canto dos Araçás 363 – Joaquina 364 – Osni Ortiga 842 – Canasvieiras/Lagoa 843 – Lagoa/Rio Tavares 845 – Lagoa da Conceição trought Córrego Grande D-360 – Barra da Lagoa (intermediate stop at TILAG) Linha 320 – Lagoa da Conceição Semidireto Linha 311 – Lagoa da Conceição Direto
Manifestations Tarifa Zero For encouragement of public transportation
What are the most acessible areas and the less acessible? Costa da Lagoa's path is cultural historic heritage. All region is zoned as "Cultural Preservation Area". This is one of the resons why the Costa da Lagoa is a little acessible place.
The only options are walking the trail or taking the boat that leaves Centrinho da Lagoa in regular schedule (COOPERBARCO)
The most accessible part is the one of the main streets, where the commerce is placed, and the streets connected to the Lagoa's access. Some of the local streets are extremely narrow, where a car almost can't pass. This fact makes it hard to collective transportation services to access.
Buses x Cars The bus system has exorbitant prices and there's lack of routes, schedules and connectivity.
How is the mobility infrastructure? The local narrow streets most likely don't allow a bus to pass. So, the bus stops are only in the main streets, and the pedestrian need to walk the rest of the way. The crosswalks take place only in the main streets and some of the secundary ones. There's no light signals to automotive vehicles.
Building Height of Area 3 1 floor 2 floors 3 floors LABEL:
Land Use of Area 3 Residential Residential (more than 1 family) Comercial Use Mixed Use