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Roadmap to Congestion Charging

Presentation on the new GIZ publication "Introduction to Congestion Charging - A guide gor practitioners in Developing Cities. Download: www.sustainabletransport.org
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Daniel Bongardt

on 24 February 2016

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Transcript of Roadmap to Congestion Charging

18% increase in public
transit ridership in London

Roadmap to Congestion Charging
Introduction to Congestion Charging
A Guide for Practitioners in Developing Cities
Initiation Phase
Policy Development
Success Factors
Localised solutions for local problems
Gothenburg analysed 50
policies before deciding

San Francisco pilots
congestion charge in 2015

Traffic volume reduced
20% in London

Public transport is 4%
faster in Milan

Singapore makes US $60.000.000
surplus per year

40% reduction in PM2.5
in Milan

CO2 reduced by 17%
in London

Success Factors
www.sustainabletransport.org
Download your copy now
Daniel Bongardt
Programme Manager
GIZ Transport

Operate System
Daily operations
System maintenance
Evaluation and potential adjustment
Focus on impact
Prepare well
Use models to forecast
Targeted communication
Make revenues
and expenditure transparent
Invest in
alternative
travel options
Functional design
drives technological
solutions
Risk redundancies
Make sure the
system is easy
to understand
Have a solid
legal framework
Feasibility Study
Data collection
Political decision
Test Preliminary effects
Technical Design
Political decision
Organisation and Installation
create organisations
technical solutions
site clearance
training of employes
Operate System
daily operations
system maintenance
evaluation and potential adjustment
contract renewal
Feasibility Study
Stakeholder identification
Data collection
Political decision
Model and Test Preliminary effects

Functional Design
Technical Design
Legal and Organisational design
Legal framework for vehicle detection, enforcement, charging
Site clearance
Hiring and training of personnel
Feasibility Study
Functional Design Study
Technical Design Study
Legislation and Organisations
Procurement
Installation
Operation
Year 1
Year 2
Year 3
Year 4
Initiation Phase
Identify the problem and objective
Develop measurable indicators for policy comparison
Analyse prerequisites (institutions and law, measurable externalities, large chargable population)
Formulate Constraints

Environment
Equity
Traffic
Economy
Communicate
: What is the problem? What is Congestion Charging?
Legal and institutional challenges
Technology alternatives
Model Based Design
Geographical Boundaries

Charge Levels
Detailed investigation of charging scheme
how?
when?
where?
Cost benefit analysis
Sensitivity Analysis



1) Operations
2) Enforcement
5) Public Relations
4) Scheme Integration
6) System Integration
3) Traffic Management
Installations and testing
Procurement
Implementation
L
Stockholm, Sweden
Cordon Charge
7 CNY - 15 CNY
35 sq km
72%

Public transport
Location:
Type:
Charge:
Size
Acceptance:
Exemptions:
London, UK
Area Charge
108 CNY
21 sq km
54%

NEV
Location:
Type:
Charge:
Size
Acceptance:
Exemptions:
Milan, Italy
Area Charge
34 CNY
8.2 sq km
58%
NEVs


Location:
Type:
Charge:
Size:
Acceptance:
Exemptions:

Communicate
: Why congestion charging? What are the effects? How will revenues be used?
Communicate
: Why congestion charging? What are the effects? How will revenues be used?
Create organisations
Basic Model Requirements:
predict route changes, departure time changes, mode changes, destination changes, mobility changes, changes in activity schedule
model type needs to correspond to charging scheme type
Enforcement
Policy cycle
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