Integrated mobility systems for inclusive and climate-friendly cities

Connective Cities Practitioners' Workshop, 18th to 20th May 2016 in Toluca, Mexico

Overview

Urban mobility and transport play a key role in the increasing urbanization in terms of social integration, economic development and climate protection. This project workshop enables an exchange about cities’ good practices both in the planning and implementation of integrated mobility systems as well as individual measures to promote sustainable mobility, and then jointly develop solutions for the urban context of participants. Invited are municipal practitioners or representatives of science, NGOs, business from Latin America and Germany, who are engaged in the topic. For participation interested practitioners may contact Connective Cities.

Program

PROGRAMM & AGENDA

German Version / Spanish Version

Keynotes

Mr. Angel R Molinero Molinero / Mr. Jesús Padilla Zenteno
Sistemas Integrados de Movilidad para ciudades inclusivas y amables con el clima

Presentations

Mr. Nilton Roger Lopez Franco, Ciclovias Recreativas de las Americas, Lima, Peru
Implementación de Ciclovías Recreativas en Perú

Mr. Ernesto Vargas Melchor, Instituto Municipal de Planeación de Puebla, Puebla, México
Sistema de bicicletas públicas del municipio de Puebla

Mr. Moisés Bernal Canuto, GIZ, Mexiko
Plan de movilidad no motorizada para el Centro de Toluca

Mr. Juan Franco, Universidad de los Andes, Bogotá, Colombia
Entendiendo el impacto de medidas detrasporte sostenible (no-motorizado y públicomasivo) en calidad del aire y mitigación delcambio climático

Dra. Karla Vera, Dirección de desarrollo urbano y movilidad, Ayuntamiento de Toluca, México
Sistema de Bicicleta Publica de Toluca

Mr. Marcelo Cintra do Amaral, Empresa de Transportes e Trânsito de Belo Horizonte - BHTRANS, Brasil
Plan de Movilidad Urbana Sostenible de Belo Horizonte

Ms. María Angélica Pérez, Secretaria de Movilidad de Bogotá, Colombia
Fomento al uso de la bicicleta en Bogotá: Cambio de sentido en la Carrera 11 y nuevos desafíos

Ms. Martina Pugno, Ente de Movilidad de Rosario, Argentina
Movilidad en Rosario: Plan Integral de Movilidad – Desarrollo de TNM

Mr. Hagen Seifert, Asociación de transportes de Hamburgo, Alemania
La asociación de transportes públicos de Hamburgo / German Version

Mr. Ralf-Rainer Braun, Oficina del Medio Ambiente, Ciudad de Hagen, Alemania
Plan integrado de calidad del aire de Hagen / German Version

Mr. Luis Enrique Moreno Cortés, Dirección General de Movilidad León, Guanajuato, México
Estrategia de comunicación y plan dearranca para la implementación de la SIT-Optibús, León, Gto

Ms. Natasha Uren Vázquez, Secretaria de Movilidad de la Ciudad de México, México
El Nuevo Modelo de Movilidad 

Mr. Eliud Gabriel Medina Peralta, Comisión Edilicia de Movilidad y Transporte Publico, Ayuntamiento de Toluca, México
Inclusión de la sociedad civil en laconstrucción de la agenda de movilidad municipal

Arq. Rogelio Morales Gonzales, Universidad Autónoma del Estado de México, Toluca, México
Análisis del Transporte de Mercancías, Ecozona Toluca

Mr. Oliver Alfredo Trevizo Vásquez, Planeación y Regulación Urbana H. Ayuntamiento de La Paz, México
Los desafíos en la implementación del Plan Integral de Movilidad Urbana Sustentable dela ciudad de La Paz

Mr. Pablo Piñones, Secretaría Regional Ministerial Metropolitana de Vivienda y Urbanismo, Santiago de Chile /  Mr. Andrés Diaz, Gobierno Regional Metropolitano de Santiago de Chile / Mr. Bernardo Valdés, Gobierno Regional Metropolitano de Santiago de Chile
Cambio de paradigma en la gestión, diseño y promoción de movilidad púbica y delespacio que la contiene 

Results

The participants agreed unanimously that improvements in urban mobility can only be achieved through establishment of integrated systems. Examples of such systems, presented in a course of the workshop, have shown both challenges and opportunities of an integrated approach to mobility. The topic of cycling promotion was also raised as well as the issues of social integration and urban freight traffic. Last, but not the least, participants from Germany contributed significantly to the disputes about air quality in cities and cooperation between various transport associations. Thus, all involved got a chance to learn from each other’s experience.

Success factors of Good Practices include good coordination among actors, high-quality initial analysis, political will and readiness to act as well as long-term vision. What is also essential is awareness about solutions implemented in other cities. Giving the abovementioned, participants of the workshop made a few recommendations to start with:
- publishing and spreading of cities’ experience;
- good demand Analysis;
- close cooperation and coordination with other actors.
Such factors as long-term vision and continuity, consistency of policies were considered to remain challenges.

During the excursion, participants of the workshop got a chance to learn more about the Ecozone in Toluca and city’s cycling network. In addition, trying special exercises such as walking blindfold with a white cane, they could experience how people with disabilities feel on city’s streets and in transport as well as what inconveniences they face every day.

By the end of the workshop, three working groups developed four projects ranging from on-site consulting to designing a completely new street and implementing some public transport related measures.

Report

Connective Cities Practitioners' Workshop
Sistemas Integrados de Movilidad Para Ciudades inclusivas y amables con el Clima
18 - 20 May, 2016 in Toluca, Mexico
[pdf, 28 pp., 4,9 mb, Spanish Version]

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Categories:Sustainable mobilityIntegrated urban developmentCities and climate changeDocumentationConnective Cities
Regions:TolucaLatin AmericaMexico

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