UT-88 Mobility policies and plans

The Faculty of Urban Planning / Urban Management for Competitive Cities
2nd Year, sem 1, 2022-2023 | Compulsory Course | Hours/Week: 2C+1L | ECTS Credits: 5
Urban Planning and Territorial Development
Course Leader:
conf.dr.arh. Mihaela Negulescu
Teaching Staff:
Mihaela Hermina NEGULESCU Associate Professor PhD. Architect & Urban Planner
Learning outcomes:
• Achieving skills in elaborating Urban Mobility Plans (SUMP) • Achieving skills in designing mobility strategies and sectorial policies • Achieving a holistic thinking and a cross-disciplinary perspective on urban mobility issues • Understanding the key role of LUM (Land Use&Mobility) planning within SUMP approach • Understanding the role(s) of the urban planner in interdisciplinary teams for planning urban mobility (SUMPs teams) • Acquaintancy with the institutional, legislative and regulatory framework having relevance for the coordinated planning of urban form and urban mobility • Understanding the ideological, theoretical and practical changes in approaching urban mobility towards the logic of sustainability • Creating a referential framework through studying the European (re)shaping mobility best practices, specific policies (integrated and sectorial) and Mobility Plans • Achieving skills in lifelong learning, self-training, identifying and studying relevant and significant sources of information
1. MOBILITY&TRANSPORT - IDEOLOGICAL, LEGAL, FINANCIAL, RESEARCH FRAMEWORK -2 h 1.1. European Transport & Mobility policy 1.2. Urban Mobility Package / Action Plan on Urban Mobility; topics in HORIZON 2020 & CIVITAS programs 1.3. European programs 1.4. European funds 1.5. specialized portals, forums, databases, web-sites 2. GENERAL FRAMEWORK FOR MOBILITY PLANNING IN EUROPEAN COUNTRIES 2.1. Territorial levels of mobility planning 2.2. Administrative and institutional issues 2.3. cross-correlation (horizontal & vertical) 3. INTEGRATED MOBILITY POLICIES – Mobility Demand & Supply Management - 2 h 4-6. SECTORIAL MOBILITY POLICIES – 6 h 4.1. LUM (Land Use & Mobility) planning (correlation between urban planning and an mobility planning) 4.2. Public Transport policies 4.3. Non-motorized mobility policies 4.4. Parking policies 4.5. Intermodaliy policies 4.6. Freight transport and Urban logistic policy 4.7. Travel safety policy 4.8. ITS in mobility management 4.9. Accessibility for persons with reduced mobility etc. 7-8. (SUSTAINABLE) URBAN MOBILITY PLANS (SUMPs) – 4 h 2.1. SUMPs features (comparasion with traditional transport / traffic planning tools) 2.2. SUMPs Planning cycle – Guidelines 2.3. Structures, methodologies, topics, tools (European models – PDU, Plans de mobilite, etc. – and SUMPs for growing poles cities, in Romania) 2.4. Data and indicators 2.5. Projects and implementation 9. MOBILITY PLANS AT REGIONAL / METROPOLITAN/ FUA LEVEL TERRITORIAL LEVEL –2 h 10. MOBILITY PLANS AT LOCAL / CITY LEVEL – 2 h 11. MOBILITY PLANS AT ZONAL/NEIGBOURHOOD LEVEL – LUM integrated approaches – 2 h 12. CONCLUSIONS- BENCHHMARKS FOR LUM PLANNING
Teaching Method:
lectures with video presentation, (re)search guidance; open discussions/debates
presence participation to debates (20%); exam (40%); individual work (40%)
[1] Urban Mobility Package, EC- Mobility and Transport, dec. 2013 • Together towards competitive and resource efficient urban mobility • Anexa - concept of Sustainable Urban Mobility Plans • Deployment of Intelligent Transport System solutions in urban areas • Urban logistics • Urban access regulations • Urban road safety http://ec.europa.eu/transport/themes/urban/ump_en.htm [2] TEN-T guidelines / Linii directoare pentru dezvoltarea TEN-T, Parlamentul și Consiliul UE, dec. 2013 [3] SUMP - Sustainable Urban Mobility Plan Guidelines - Developing and Implementing a Sustainable Urban Mobility Plan, Project Eltisplus, IEE , 2011. [4] White paper 2011- Roadmap to a Single European Transport Area - Towards a competitive and resource efficient transport system, Bruxelles, 2011 [5] Action Plan on Urban Mobility / Planul de acțiune privind mobilitatea urbană, Comisia Comunităților Europene, Bruxelles, 2009 [6] Green paper -Towards a new culture for urban mobility / Cartea verde - către o nouă cultură a mobilității urbane, Comisia Comunităților Europene, Bruxelles, 2007 Web (specialized portals, forums, databases, web-sites etc.) • EPOMM - the European Platform on Mobility Management, • UITP-INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF PUBLIC TRANSPORT - http://www.uitp.org/about/index.cfm • ELTIS web portal on urban transport and mobility; http://www.eltis.org - Case studies • SUMP - Sustainable Urban Mobility Plan Guidelines - Developing and Implementing a Sustainable Urban Mobility Plan, Project Eltisplus, IEE , 2011. http://www.mobilityplans.eu/ • EUROPEAN COMISSION – TRANSPORT; MOBILITY & TRANSPORT http://ec.europa.eu/transport/urban/urban_mobility/urban_mobility_en.htm • CIVITAS Initiative ; http://www.civitas-initiative.eu/main.phtml?lan=en • ESPON European Spatial Planning Observation Network: www.espon.eu/ • CODATU (Cooperation for urban mobility in the developing world) - http://www.codatu.org • CITIES FOR MOBILITY - http://www.cities-for-mobility.net • Trans-European Transport Network (TEN-T)- http://ec.europa.eu/transport/infrastructure/tentec/tentec-portal/site/index_en.htmCARFREE.COM -http://www.carfree.com/ • TRANSPORT LEARNING, http://transportlearning.net, • The EUROPEAN INTERMODAL ASSOCIATION http://www.eia-ngo.com/ • EUROSTAT; http://ec.europa.eu/eurostat • EUROBAROMETER; http://ec.europa.eu/public_opinion/index_en.htm European projects – mobility&transport (PC 7, HORIZON 2020, IEE): ADVANCE, PUSH&PULL, CARO, POLY SUMP, ADONIS, CITY-HUB, NODES, TRANSLAND, TRANSPLUS, SESAME etc. Mobility plans of metropolitan areas and cities from EU countries (France, England, Belgium, Germany etc.) Theory • Amar, Georges, Pentru o ecologie urbanǎ a transporturilor, Les Annales de la recherche urbaine n°59-60, 1993 • Bieber, Alain; Orfeuil Jean Pierre, La mobilité urbaine et sa régulation, les Annales de la Rechereche Urbaine n°59-60, 1993 • Bernard Duhem; Jean-Loup Gourdon; Pierre Lassave; Sylvia Ostrowetsky, Villes & Transports - seminaire, Paris,1991 – 1992 • Lynch, Kevyn, Good city form, Cambridge, Mass,The MIT Press, 1981 • Jones Peter (2014), The evolution of urban mobility: The interplay of academic and policy perspectives, IATSS Research, 38: 7-13, 2014; http://discovery.ucl.ac.uk/1435180/ • Negulescu MH (2014) INTEGRATE REMODELING OF MOBILITY AND PUBLIC SPACES, in proceedings of “PUBLIC SPACE and MOBILITY”, National Conference of the Romanian Academy of Technical Sciences, “Ion Mincu University of Architecture and Urban Planning. Polytechnic University of Bucharest, Bucharest, AGIR Publishing House, BDI: INDEX COPERNICUS INTERNATIONAL, ACADEMIC KEYS, getCITED, CNCSIS: B+, Online: ISSN 2247-3548 http://www.buletinulagir.agir.ro/articol.php?id=2090 • Negulescu MH (2014), THE ROLE OF URBAN PLANNERS IN INTERDISCIPLINARY PLANNING OF MOBILITY, accepted for prezentation and publication in the proceedings of the 14th Romanian National Congress of Roads and Bridges, Cluj-Napoca, september 2014 • Negulescu MH (2013) FORMULAS OF TRAFFIC AND STREETS (RE)SHAPING, FOR A NEW QUALITY OF LIVING AND TRAVELS SAFETY IN CITY AREAS, in volumul Conferinței științifice internaționale “Cercetare, Administrare Rutieră, “CAR 2013”, 4-5 iulie 2013, București http://www.scribd.com/doc/237287701/CAR2013-e-Proceedings-pdf • Negulescu MH (2012) “SOME BENCHMARKS FOR ORGANIZING INTERMODALITY IN BUCHAREST CITY”, in proceedings of “Life and activities in large metropolitan areas - Bucharest, present and future”” the VII-th Edition of “The Academic Days” International Conference of the Academy of Technical Sciences of Romania, Bucharest, AGIR Publishing House http://www.astr.ro/publicatii/viata-si-activitatile-in-mari-aglomeratii-urbane.-bucuresti,-prezent-si-viitor • MH (2012) “INTERMODALITY, A PRIORITY OF MOBILITY POLICY FOR BUCHAREST CITY”, IN THE CONTEXT OF ECONOMIC CRISIS, The third edition of the of the National Conference for Research in Constructions, Architecture, Urbanism and Territorial Development "Research in urban planning architecture and constructions in economic crisis conjuncture” URBAN-INCERC, May 2012, Bucharest; in Urbanism. 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