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Emerging and Sustainable Cities Initiative - oct 2014

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@BID_
ciudades

WHERE ARE WE
Cuenca, Ecuador
STRATEGIC ALLIANCES WITH LOCAL DEVELOPMENT BANKS TO EXPAND
www.urbandashboard.org
Cable Car
EAST DRY RIVER REGENERATION AND LINEAR PARK

CABLE CAR
FORT PICTON - CITY GATE
COMPREHENSIVE URBAN INTERVENTION PLAN IN CASAVALLE
Urban Renewal

Reurbanizing Areas of Urban Decay

Improvements in Traffic and Sidewalk Connectivity

New Connections
IDB
PRIVATE
SECTOR

DRAINAGE AND LINEAR PARK
URBAN MOBILITY - CABLE CAR
LOCAL DEVELOPMENT BANKS
BASELINE STUDIES
FUNDS MOBILIZED

2015
CULTURAL FACTORY
BARRANQUILLA
MONTEGO BAY
INTEGRATED PARK AND COASTAL MANAGEMENT PROJECT
COCHABAMBA
LA PAZ BCS
1 MW SOLAR PLANT
COMPREHENSIVE SUSTAINABLE URBAN MOBILITY PLAN
CAP-HAITIEN
Greenhouse Gas Emissions
Trends and mitigation measures
Vulnerability to Natural Disasters
Identification of risks, probabilities and areas of exposure
Urban Growth
BASELINE STUDIES
Vulnerability and Natural Disaster Risk
Understanding the city’s urban expansion dynamics
Urban Growth
BASELINE STUDIES
Mar del Plata, Argentina
Trends and optimal growth scenarios
Spatial visualization of urban development via simulations of expansion patterns and magnitude

Estimate new infrastructure needs in areas of expansion, as well as added maintenance costs: water, sanitation, transportation, energy and CO2 emissions

Calculate scenario-based infrastructure provision costs and savings benefits

Digital tool to help cities manage urban expansion and ensure quality of services
ESCI EXTERNAL ADVISORY PANEL
AUSTRIAN INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY
INFRASTRUCTURE COST MODELING
URBAN
DASHBOARD
METHODOLOGICAL GUIDE 2ND EDITION
8 NEW AREAS ADDED TO THE ADDITIONAL BASELINE STUDIES
ESCI LESSONS LEARNED
THINK TANKS / UNIVERSITIES
50 Speakers
5 Days on Urban Sustainability and Management Models
Mayors from LAC and Spain
Academic Institutions
REGIONAL PUBLIC GOOD
NETWORK OF CITIES
KNOWLEDGE
CHALLENGES
Credit-worthiness of Municipal Governments
Fiscal Sustainability

Access to Financial Markets
Long-term credit

Pre-Investment Funds

40
BUCARAMANGA
MAR DEL PLATA
MANIZALES
MANAGUA
TRUJILLO
SANTA ANA
PORT OF SPAIN
BARRANQUILLA
REACTIVATION AND DENSIFICATION OF THE HISTORIC CITY CENTER
MONTEVIDEO
GOIÂNIA
PEREIRA
PEDESTRIANIZATION AND BIKESHARE
HISTORIC CITY CENTER RECOVERY
STUDY ON TRANSPORTATION, WALKABILITY, SIGNAGE AND PUBLIC SPACE NEEDS

DEVELOPMENT OF A CULTURAL HERITAGE MANAGEMENT ORDINANCE

INSTALLATION OF SURVEILLANCE, LIGHTING AND WI-FI CONNECTIVITY EQUIPMENT
STRATEGIC URBAN INTERVENTIONS
INTEGRATED OPERATIONS CONTROL CENTER (IOCC)
IMPROVED COMPETITIVENESS

REVITALIZATION OF DOWNTOWN AREA

INSTITUTIONAL STRENGTHENING
URBAN RENEWAL
MAR DEL PLATA
WASTEWATER TREATEMENT PLANT
SANITATION WAS PRIORITIZED IN THE EVALUATION OF THE CITY´S SUSTAINABILITY

A WASTEWATER TREATMENT PLANT WILL BE CONSTRUCTED TO COMPLEMENT
CONSTRUCTION, CURRENTLY UNDERWAY, OF AN UNDERGROUND SEWAGE PIPE
INFRASTRUCTURE FOR OPTIMAL AQUEDUCT AND SEWAGE SERVICE DELIVERY
LINEAR PARK FOR THE QUEBRADA LA IGLESIA AND SURROUNDING AREAS

MASTER PLAN FOR THE QUEBRADA LA IGLESIA LINEAR PARK

BUCARAMANGA METROPOLITAN AREA AND AREA OF INFLUENCE

COMPREHENSIVE URBAN PROGRAM WITH ENVIRONMENTAL, MOBILITY, LAND USE AND ECONOMIC COMPONENTS

LENGTH: 9.6 KM

AVERAGE APPROX. WIDTH IN AREA OF INFLUENCE: 350M TO EACH SIDE

TOTAL AREA: 276 HECTARES
Transformation and Revitalization of the Historic City Center, with a Global Vision

Development of Conceptual Master Plan that Includes Financial and Economic Viability

Exploring Alternatives for Municipal Management Models for Future Consideration

Performed by ARUP

Start: June 2013

Presentation: February 2014

Delivery: February 2014

Status: Final Document

Preinvestment: US$ 242million

Financed: US$ 242 million

Source: Prosperity Fund (160 million)

Findeter (92 million)
STRATEGIC MASTER PLAN FOR REVITALIZATION OF THE HISTORIC CITY CENTER
EDUCATION INFRASTRUCTURE
Ensure Sustainable Mobility in 15 Years

Review all Modes of Passenger and Freight Transport (Supply and Demand)

Review all Zoning, Institutional and Legal Regulations

Include all Relevant Actors in Mobility (Governments from all 7 Municipalities, Civil Society, Academia)

Unprecedented Plan in Bolivia both in terms of Resources Invested and for being the First Mobility Plan on a Metropolitan Scale
IDB – ALMA

REVIEW AND ADJUSTMENTS TO THE MUNICIPAL ZONING PLAN

PRE-INVESTMENT DESIGN OF THE PILOT DENSIFICATION PROJECT, INCLUDING HOUSING IN HISTORIC NEIGHBORHOODS IN THE CENTRAL URBAN ZONE

ENVIRONMENTAL PROJECTS
CIVIC CENTER
Generates 30% of its energy needs

Underground water used for air conditioning

Solar panels

Stream water passes through the building

Rainwater is recovered and reused
MAR DEL PLATA
NEXT STEPS
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ACTION PLANS IMPLEMENTED
LA PAZ
MAR DEL PLATA
BARRANQUILLA
BUCARAMANGA
PEREIRA
MANIZALES
MONTEGO BAY
MONTEVIDEO
PORT OF SPAIN
SANTA ANA
GOIÂNIA
TRUJILLO
COCHABAMBA
MANAGUA
ADDITIONAL PROGRAM: 20
REGULAR PROGRAM: 20
40 CITIES IN 2014
12
ACTION PLANS BY THE
2ND HALF OF 2014
MONTERÍA
PASTO
VALDIVIA
XALAPA
CAMPECHE
PARANÁ
CUENCA
ASUNCIÓN
XELA
CAP-HAÏTIEN
JOÂO PESSOA
SALTA
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ACTION PLANS IN
2015
CARTAGENA
VALLEDUPAR
AÑELO
LAS HERAS
CUZCO
HUANCAYO
SANTIAGO CABALLEROS
BRIDGETOWN
SAN JOSE
TEGUCIGALPA
PALMAS
VITORIA
FLORIANÓPOLIS
CUMANÁ
PORT OF SPAIN
120
$US
m
WASTEWATER TREATMENT PLANT
MAR DEL PLATA
65
$US
m
COLOMBIA
600
$US
m
CCLIP LOAN OPERATION
BARRANQUILLA, PEREIRA,
MANIZALES, BUCARAMANGA
480
$US
m
LA PAZ BCS
0.6
$US
m
MOBILITY STUDY
AQUEDUCT AND WATER TREATMENT PLANT
LA PAZ BCS
20
$US
m
URBAN RENEWAL PROJECT
JOÂO PESSOA
45
$US
m
1 MW SOLAR MICRO-PLANT (MIF - IIC)
LA PAZ BCS
5
$US
m
1,335.6
$US m
TOTAL
TRAINING OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT AUTHORITIES
9 REGIONAL WORKSHOPS
FEB
BOGOTA
MARCH
SANTO
DOMINGO
OCTOBER
MEXICO
NOV.
BRAZIL
2014
600+ AUTHORITIES
APRIL
BOGOTA
RECYCLING CENTER
LANDFILL
TRANSFORMATION OF ILLEGAL DUMP SITES
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CITIES
ARGENTINA
SALTA
BUENOS AIRES
PARANÁ
MAR DEL PLATA
LAS HERAS
ROSARIO
VICENTE LOPEZ
AÑELO

BARBADOS
BRIDGETOWN

BOLIVIA
COCHABAMBA
SUCRE

BRAZIL
GOIÂNIA
JOÂO PESSOA
VITORIA
PALMAS
FLORIANÓPOLIS

CHILE
VALDIVIA
VALPARAÍSO
SANTIAGO
ANTOFAGASTA

COLOMBIA
BARRANQUILLA
PEREIRA
MONTERÍA
PASTO
VALLEDUPAR
MANIZALES
CARTAGENA
BUCARAMANGA
CALI
MEDELLÍN
COSTA RICA
SAN JOSÉ

ECUADOR
CUENCA

EL SALVADOR
SANTA ANA

GUATEMALA
QUETZALTENANGO
GUATEMALA CITY

HAITI
CAP-HAÏTIEN

HONDURAS
TEGUCIGALPA

JAMAICA
MONTEGO BAY

MEXICO
LA PAZ BCS
XALAPA
LEÓN
CAMPECHE

NICARAGUA
LEÓN
MANAGUA

PANAMA
PANAMA CITY
PARAGUAY
ASUNCIÓN
LUQUE

PERU
LIMA
TRUJILLO
CUSCO
HUANCAYO

DOMINICAN
REPUBLIC
SANTIAGO DE
LOS CABALLEROS


TRINIDAD AND
TOBAGO
PORT OF SPAIN

URUGUAY
MONTEVIDEO

VENEZUELA
CUMANÁ
OCTOBER
MEXICO
2013
NOV
BRAZIL
MAY
BRAZIL
AUGUST
COSTA
RICA
IMPACT
ESCI
OTHER
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CITIES
Growth trend
4x
Infrastructure costs in 20 years:
US$ 565 m
Smart Growth
1.3x
US$ 146 m
SOUTHERN CONE MAYORS SUMMIT
MAR DEL PLATA
Mayors from Brazil, Paraguay, Chile, Uruguay and Argentina exchange experiences
October 2013
Public-Private Partnerships in
ROSARIO
May 8-9, 2014
WATERFRONT RECOVERY PROJECTS
WASHINGTON DC
FIRST MAJOR MEETING OF THE



LATIN-AMERICAN & CARIBBEAN MAYORS
2015
50
Network of Sustainable Cities
Meetings and Events
SPAIN-LAC
MAYORS’ MEETING
October 2-3, 2014
MADRID, SPAIN
8.349 million Colombian Pesos (2012-2013)
DRINKING WATER AND BASIC SANITATION INFRASTRUCTURE
11.975 million Colombian Pesos (2013-2014)
SYSTEM OPERATION VULNERABILITY MITIGATION
32.601 million Colombian Pesos (2012-2014)
SUSTAINABLE URBAN MOBILITY MASTER PLAN
BRT
12
Monitoring Systems
GOIANIA
SANTA ANA
TRUJILLO
MONTEVIDEO
BARRANQUILLA
BUCARAMANGA
MANIZALES
PEREIRA
LA PAZ BCS
COCHABAMBA
ASUNCION
SALTA
20
GOIANIA
SANTA ANA
TRUJILLO
MONTEVIDEO
PORT OF SPAIN

CUENCA
BARRANQUILLA
BUCARAMANGA
MANIZALES
PEREIRA

MONTERÍA
MONTEGO BAY
LA PAZ BCS
COCHABAMBA
ASUNCIÓN

BASELINE STUDIES
Cities with Completed Climate Change Studies
Contingent Environmental Liabilities
Integration of Vulnerability and
Urban Footprint Expansion
SALTA
ASUNCIÓN
JOAO PESSOA
PARANÁ
QUETZALTENANGO
KNOWLEDGE
TRANSFER
8th CHINA-LAC
BUSINESS SUMMIT
September 12-13, 2014
CHANGSA, CHINA
US-LAC MAYORS’ MEETING
June 20, 2014
DALLAS, TX, USA
LORI HEALEY (CHICAGO)
MÓNICA FEIN (ROSARIO)
MARCELO EBRARD (MEXICO)
JEFF RISOM (GEHL ARCHITECTS)
JAIME LERNER (CURITIBA)
September 17,
IMPROVEMENTS IN
Filter Application
Fiscal Resource Management

Connectivity

Energy
Motorized Transport

Water and Sanitation

Public Safety
Urban Space, Walkability and Bike Lanes

Solid
Waste
Action Plan Structure
Citizen Monitoring Systems
Think Tanks
Private Sector
NGOs
Private Foundations
Donors
Multilateral Institutions
(Based on 20 Action Plans in Implementation)
Execution
JAIME LERNER (CURITIBA)
SERGIO FAJARDO (MEDELLÍN)
RICHARD DALEY (CHICAGO)
MANNY DIAZ (MIAMI)
JORDI HEREU (BARCELONA)
MÓNICA FEIN (ROSARIO)
JEFF RISOM (GEHL ARCHITECTS)
Collection of Actions, Projects and Works Designed to Improve and Expand Service

Works in Process: Jove Rancho Water Treatment Plant to Store Potable Water for the Metropolitan Area’s Seven Municipalities

Prioritized Works:
Adduction Lines
Regulation Tanks
Pumping Stations
Water Distribution Grids
Telemetry Equipment

Investment Costs: US$ 86.35 million
METROPOLITAN MASTER PLAN FOR POTABLE WATER AND SANITATION
WATER AND SANITATION
Space to discuss the advances made and challenges confronting the region’s cities

Better focus the efforts of the IDB

Group of leading experts in urban matters
2013
2014
(2013 - 2017)
Helping cities to identify
and prioritize infrastructure and sustainability projects to improve the quality of life.

www.iadb.org/
cities

Limitations: Natural Disaster Risks that Affect Urban Development
Mudslides
Landslides
Geological Instability
Flooding
MEDIUM TERM

The next step will be to evaluate crossings at the sidewalk level in order to facilitate
pedestrian street crossings, stop traffic and alert drivers that pedestrians have priority.

Elevated crossings at a consistent level from façade to façade could be an intermediate
step or an alternative to pedestrian-prioritized streets. The pedestrian crosswalk design
could be traditional or, better yet, at a diagonal cross.
Pedestrian crosswalk in line with sidewalks
TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO
EL SALVADOR
PERÚ
URUGUAY
BRAZIL
ARGENTINA
ARGENTINA
ARGENTINA
MEXICO
COLOMBIA
COLOMBIA
COLOMBIA
COLOMBIA
COLOMBIA
BOLIVIA
NICARAGUA
JAMAICA
HAITI
ARGENTINA
September 5,
ADAPTATION OF THE ESCI METHODOLOGY
NORTHERN DEVELOPMENT CORRIDOR, HAITI
In 2013, ESCI implemented an adapted version of its methodology in Haiti’s Northern Corridor
Our intervention is adapted within the context of the Caracol Industrial Park, an emblematic project of the governments of Haiti and the United States and the IDB, which will bring 20,000 direct employment positions to the region through 2020, impacting the area’s small urban areas with populations between 7,000 – 50,000.
Strategic Partners: Interministerial Committee for Territorial Planning and the Ministry of Economy and Finance
LOCAL URBAN PLANS
PRE-INVESTENT LEVEL STRATEGIES
Vulnerability to Risks and Natural Disasters: Probability Modeling and Calculation of Exposition to Risk (Climate Change)
Temporal and Spatial Analysis of Urban Growth:
Projections for Multiple Scenarios based on GDP growth
Added Survey:
Surveys on Living Conditions, with Representativity at the Municipal Level and Establishment of Baselines
Mobility and Logistics:
Collection of unprecedented data, regional analysis for the transportation sector and project proposals
The adapted version of ESCI in Haiti includes the development of four baseline studies, which are fundamental for our final objective: the development of urban plans, integrated at the regional level with specific proposals at the local level for the municipalities surrounding the PIC; Limonade, Trou-du-Nord, Terrier Rouge, and Caracol.
PROPOSED INTERVENTION
Pilot Network of Bikepaths
Estimated Cost
US$ 1,125,000
($150k/km)
ADAPTATION OF THE ESCI METHODOLOGY
NORTHERN DEVELOPMENT CORRIDOR, HAITI
ADAPTATION OF THE ESCI METHODOLOGY
NORTHERN DEVELOPMENT CORRIDOR, HAITI
PROPOSED INTERVENTION
Multi-modal transportation stations
Estimated Cost:
US$ 15,000,000
($5k / station)
EXTERNAL EVALUATION OF THE EMERGING AND SUSTAINABLE CITIES INITIATIVE (ESCI)


ANNUAL MEETING IN BUSAN, KOREA.
KNOWLEDGE EVENT, MARCH 2015






REPORT TO THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS.
5TH YEAR OF THE ESCI SPECIAL PROGRAM,
3RD TRIMESTER 2015
Añelo - population: 5.000
Las Heras - population: 20.000
Extractive industries in Argentina
The population will triple within the next 10 years
Challenges of rapid growth: the provision of infrastructure and services, labor, social equity, economic diversification, management ability.

Direct and indirect labor with appropriate technical level.

To be more efficient, cities must have quality of life.
ADAPTATION OF THE ESCI METHODOLOGY
COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF PUBLIC OPINION SURVEYS
IN 30 CITIES
(SEPT 2014)
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