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S-WAY

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Eddy Kay

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Transcript of S-WAY

Table of content
Introduction
Common Problems
Work-packages
Dissemination
S-WAY in a broader context
Interaction
Conclusion
7 cities from 3 continents













From West to East --> Nashville, Prague, Bucharest, Moscow, Baku, Bangkok, Taipei
Common Problems
WP 2.1 Creating an Environmental Zone
WP 2.2 Using clean vehicles
S-WAY in a broader context
Conclusion

Why can S-WAY project be characterized as modern and environment-friendly project?
What makes it special?

S-WAY is ...
...Logical and rational
...Interconnected
...Minimalistic
...Innovative
...Realistic

S-WAY
Smarter Way to Transport
A Greener Future!
Objectives:
Three methods of tackling the congestion problem in the city
WP 1.1 Reducing Parking Spaces
WP 1.2 Introducing Congestion Charge
WP 1.3 Public Transport Management
Work-packages
Traffic jam in Bangkok
Traffic jam in Moscow
Model examples
WP 1.2 Introducing congestion charge
WP 1.3 Public Transport Management
Monitor Center
Intelligent traffic light system
Real-time information service
Service Application
Interoperability
Goals:
Reduction of the amount of parking spaces in the city
Increase the share of bike lanes and/or green spaces
Impacts:
Square meters of green spaces per head
Kilometers of bike lanes
Criminality & Quality of life
WP 1.1 Reducing parking spaces
Street parking in Baku
Sectorul Verde Bucharest
Park + Ride Bangkok
Goals:
Reduction of the number of cars entering the inner city
To convince the drivers to use PT

Impacts:
Time needed to pass the bottlenecks (traffic)
No. of PT users

London as a role model
Dissemination
National car-free day (CFD)
Social networks
Advertisement (advertisement on vehicles & billposting)
Educational system of “S-WAY”
Leaflets and Brochures
Comics and mascots
Ambassador of “S-WAY”
Infopoint – "S-WAY"
Impact on criminality
Some possible ways of mounting billboards ...
Bus lane
Display panels
E-Bus
Contactless Payment
Decrease air pollution – dependence on clean vehicles only (public, private use)
Electric buses, taxis, etc. (public)
Electric vehicles, charging @ petrol stations (private)
Local regulations to incentivize clean vehicles for private use (taxes, grants)
WP 2.3 Building bike stations
Trolleybus in Moscow
Work-Packages
National level
Potential spillover effects
European level
Europe-2020 Strategy
Global level
Climate change
Efficient resource use
Goals:
Encourage people to choose public transportation as their first priority
Make public transportation more user–friendly

Impacts:
Cheaper, faster and more comfortable public transportation means instead of private cars.
Decrease the noise load, less demand of fuel and congestion
Objectives:
Three methods could improve air quality in the city
WP 2.1 Creating an Environmental Zone
WP 2.2 Using Clean Vehicles
WP 2.3 Building Bike Stations
Goals:
to reduce all harmful emissions and concentrations of particular matter (PM10) that are in the air.
to introduced a system which identify low-emission vehicles

Impacts:
Protect health
Greatly decrease the air pollution and the congestions in the city

Examples:
Berlin: In 2008 the first environmental zone was established
Prague is going to implement an environmental zone in 2016.

Goals:
Offer “green” mobile alternatives
Safe cycling environment
Improve air quality/congestion

Impacts:
Increased bike usage
Improved overall health (exercise, clean air)
Goals:
Transitioning vehicle usage from fossil fuels to electric/hybrid vehicles

Impacts:
Decrease energy dependence
Lower emissions/cleaner air
Three-step process to success (3 M´s)
M
ount
M
anage
M
onitor
Parking License
Bike Infrastructure/Plant more trees
Park and Ride
Congestion charge to enter the city
YouBike Taipei
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