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Eco-Transport & Eco-Mobility

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Carlos Guerrero

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how do you usually get to
the campus?
interviews at campus morasko
public transport in poznan
Generally the public transport connections in Poznan are good and travelling with pt is popular: 41% of trips are done with it
project proposal
transport connections to campus morasko
Eco-Transport & Eco-Mobility
Carlos Guerrero
Janne Kähkönen
Opri Orenius
Gerard Mu‎ñoz
Adam Zaurski
Piotr Chmielewski

Although the share of trips made by bike is still only 4 %, the city is working to develop the bike lanes and to rise the number of bikers to 12% by 2025
In a city of almost one-forth of its population students, we wanted to find out what do they think about the public transport and accessibility of the Morasko campus

Morasko campus is located in the northern outskirts of the city, on an area that is lacking a tram connection
location of public transport
stops in poznan
Do you have a private bike?

If yes how often do you use it?
If no do you use city bikes?
Yes: 14 No: 16
Most of those students with their own bike said they use it often. Many also added they only use it when it's not too cold or bad weather
No one of our interviewees that didn't have their own bike had used city bikes either
How would you develop the access to the campus?
Many people we met on campus were wishing for improvements to bus connections: more frequent buses, more stops and also more punctuality to timetables.
As many were hoping for a tram line that would reach the campus
Some interviewees also hoped for improved conditions for cycling: better cycling lanes, city bike stops next to the campus & cheaper city bike prices and better behavior from car drivers
Some improvements would be easy to implement: a couple of people hoped that timetables could be found on bus and tram stops
7 interviewees didn't think that there's something to improve with the connections to the campus
accessibility of campus morasko
Students in campus Morasko seem to be quite eco-friendly when it comes to their transportation habits
development plans
There are 19 normal tram lines and
one night tram. The bus fleet consists
of over 300 vehicles
Too crowded vehicles, unreliability, too high fares, lack of information and bad accessibility to the transit network are possible reasons to decrease the popularity of public transport
Generally people often prefer car over public transport if there is sufficient parking space available
However, the preferences to use public transport vary depending on the local circumstances and between different population groups
reasons affecting the choice
of transport means
Reference: Tyrinopoulos, Y. & Antoniou, C. 2013. Factors affecting modal choice in urban mobility. Eur. Transp. Res. Rev. 5: 27.
to summarize
which is our project?
promotion of cycling as the transport choice of students to campus Morasko
our objective?
increase bicycling among students to the campus

why?
to reduce the emissions but also improve health of the students

project proposal
how?
campaign “bicycle week” with NextBike
activities:
- city bike guidance
- test the bikes for free
- tour from the campus to the city with Lech Piasecki
- publish a mobile app
- lottery with a grand price of free usage of city bikes for half a year
- a students discount
project proposal
risks
background
Campus Morasko is one of the biggest campuses in Poland with 15 000 students

There is a city bike stop next to the campus but not many students currently use the city bikes

As campus is located only 7 km from the city center there is huge potential for increasing popularity of cycling
- lack of people

- weather

- lack of bikes

- accidents
-Lech Piasecki cannot come
-> this is achieved through Increasing the knowledge among students of cycling possibilities and of benefits of cycling
what is achieved with
the project?
The main reason for this is economic reasons, so the ecological behavior may change after the students graduate
increase of the number of students using city bikes to get to the campus
->leads to social pressure on the local government to take greater care of the cycling infrastructure so that will lead to increased biking safety
->this will further increase the attractiveness of cycling in poznan, which is in turn is beneficial also for nextbike
all of this will further the development towards a low carbon society
our budget
Bike users said that they use tram or bus in the winter or when the weather is bad. Also the freedom was mentioned compared to tram timetables.




28 000 PLN which includes:
drink and food
website and app design
programming
marketing costs
project worker's salaries
People who used their own cars, said that they are using it because of the comfort, and easy parking at the campus.
1. Adjusting the stops and nodes integrated to support of low-floor stock, increasing the share of low-floor trams to 100%.

2. Increasing the speed of public transport to 20 km / h for trams and up to 20 km / h for bus transport.

3. Shortening the travel time to the city center for 16 minutes.

4. The maintenenace of the current and even increase the number of passengers public port from 2 to 3% in 2030.

5. Increasing the number of intersections with full or high priority for trams - to a minimum of 50% of all intersections.

6. Increasing the number of parking spaces in the parking P & R, and P & G a few thousand.
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Cycling is not very popular, but there's a lot of potential to increase it. Encouraging cycling already when studying could help them keep this healthy and eco-friendly lifestyle even after graduating
Reference: Strategia Poznania 2030, Zrównoważony rozwój transportu - Karta strategiczna programu, p. 236.
development plans for bike transport
a) expansion and modernization of the network of cycling paths
b) the revitalization of downtown and taking care of cyclists' needs.
c) extension of the system of public safety, bicycle parking facilities, in particular in the area of the downtown, public buildings constituting the destination, interchanges and key public transport including railway stations - Bike & Ride system.
d) the creation of technical and legal conditions to enable safe transportation of a bicycle on public transport.
e) construction of parking spaces for bicycle parking lots in the city center and the cubic P&G on the outskirts of Paid Parking Zone.
f) expansion of the system of urban bike rental.
g) development of biking information system.
h) the promotion of cycling as an alternative mode of transport in the city of Poznan.

kiitos, thank you, dziękuję, gràcies
Reference: Strategia Poznania 2030, Zrównoważony rozwój transportu - Karta strategiczna programu, p. 233.
-media invited to report about the campaign week
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