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TDM and Transportation Infrastructure: An Essential Part of Any Master Plan

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Published on July 17, 2008

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TDM and Transportation Infrastructure: An Essential Part of Any Master Plan,” by Director of Transportation Services, John Nolan. Presented at the Meeting of the Minds conference at the University of Rochester, July, 2008.
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“ TDM and Transportation Infrastructure: An Essential Part of Any Master Plan” John W. Nolan, MS, CAPP Director of Transportation Harvard University 7/17/08 Meeting of the Minds University of Rochester

 

Agenda Creating Transportation Guiding Principles Harvard Commuting Programs and Services The Opportunity that New Land Brings Getting Access to the Master Planning Effort Getting the Necessary Resources Coordinating TDM Choices

Creating Transportation Guiding Principles

Harvard Commuting Programs and Services

The Opportunity that New Land Brings

Getting Access to the Master Planning Effort

Getting the Necessary Resources

Coordinating TDM Choices

Creating Transportation Guiding Principles Transportation principles in line with master planning effort What type of parking do we build and when Location of parking Financing parking Right-sizing transit service and equipment Creating multiple choices for access

Transportation principles in line with master planning effort

What type of parking do we build and when

Location of parking

Financing parking

Right-sizing transit service and equipment

Creating multiple choices for access

Harvard Commuting Programs and Services Managing an aggressive TDM program Committing time and money Marketing the program Informational resource Creating many choices Establishing goals and timetables for reductions and participation- SOV rate – Model split www.commuterchoice.harvard.edu

Managing an aggressive TDM program

Committing time and money

Marketing the program

Informational resource

Creating many choices

Establishing goals and timetables for reductions and participation- SOV rate – Model split

www.commuterchoice.harvard.edu

Coordinating TDM Choices Creating a single source site Working with outside transit agencies Establish Feedback loops Leveraging existing and newer programs Coordinating effort with City ('s) and others Measure and track your program

Creating a single source site

Working with outside transit agencies

Establish Feedback loops

Leveraging existing and newer programs

Coordinating effort with City ('s) and others

Measure and track your program

MBTA Pass Program Average Monthly Sales 9.3% increase in sales since 2005

9.3% increase in sales since 2005

SINGLE OCCUPANCY VEHICLE: ANNUAL 2007/2008 UNRESERVED GARAGE COST OF PARKING PERMIT = $1,060 COST OF GAS FOR AVG MONTHLY COMMUTE = [$4/gal / 25 mpg x 315 miles/month] = $50 GAS COST FOR 12 MONTHS = $600 TOTAL COST FOR Gas & Parking = $1,660 Carpool Savings Annual Shared Ride Cost: $565 $300 $265 2 IN CAR $288 TOTAL $200 GAS $88 PARKING 3 IN CAR

SINGLE OCCUPANCY VEHICLE:

ANNUAL 2007/2008 UNRESERVED GARAGE

COST OF PARKING PERMIT = $1,060

COST OF GAS FOR AVG MONTHLY COMMUTE =

[$4/gal / 25 mpg x 315 miles/month] = $50

GAS COST FOR 12 MONTHS = $600

TOTAL COST FOR Gas & Parking = $1,660

Departmental Bike Program 11 Departments currently participating in the program, several more interested 27 Department bikes on campus Bike reservation system through outlook calendar

11 Departments currently participating in the program, several more interested

27 Department bikes on campus

Bike reservation system through outlook calendar

Zipcar Locations On Campus

LEV Preferred Parking Low Emission Vehicles Provide preferred parking in designated spaces similar to carpooling Team initiative with HGCI and HBS Permit holders apply and are approved for special hang tag (using EPA Smartway Elite Certification) http://www.epa.gov/smartway/consumer/vehicles.htm Pilot program may get rolled out campus wide

Provide preferred parking in designated spaces similar to carpooling

Team initiative with HGCI and HBS

Permit holders apply and are approved for special hang tag (using EPA Smartway Elite Certification)

http://www.epa.gov/smartway/consumer/vehicles.htm

Pilot program may get rolled out campus wide

 

Ridematching http://www.ted.com/index.php/talks/robin_chase_on_zipcar_and_her_next_big_idea.html

GPS Shuttle Tracking System www.shuttle.harvard.edu

Shuttle Services and Commuter Choice Provide Bike Racks for Shuttles in 2004 ! As easy as…….. www.uos.harvard.edu/transportation

3 Year Anniversary of B20 BioDiesel Roll-Out

1,200 Gallon Rainwater Recovery System Spring 2005 Average Vehicle Wash Uses 18 gallons of water Saves an average of 450 gallons per wash day

Average Vehicle Wash Uses 18 gallons of water

Saves an average of 450 gallons per wash day

The Opportunity that New Land Brings Realize the University vision Harvard Inter-disciplinary initiatives Place making Roadway and streetscape design Utilities and infrastructure support

Realize the University vision

Harvard Inter-disciplinary initiatives

Place making

Roadway and streetscape design

Utilities and infrastructure support

Getting Access to the Master Planning Effort Past history of success Give value to the process Perceived as industry expert Create value within the project

Past history of success

Give value to the process

Perceived as industry expert

Create value within the project

Getting the Necessary Resources Creating the necessary financial models Ability to sell the value plan to senior management Planning for growth

Creating the necessary financial models

Ability to sell the value plan to senior management

Planning for growth

From TDM to Sustainability Source: HGCI, 2006 CO2 emissions by sources 17.2% 1168.96 Natural Gas 11.3% 767.04 Fuel Oil 3.6% 242.23 Transportation 6,781.48 Total 67.9% 4,603.25 Electricity Percent of total Metric tons of CO 2 Source Harvard Allston CO 2 Emissions by Source

Draft Sustainability Goals - Transportation Privilege Sustainable Transportation Choices: Incentivise use of shuttles, public transportation, walking and bicycling through discounts, real time transit information, wi-fi access in transit, comfortable indoor waiting areas, and other means. Minimize Single Occupant Vehicle Trips : Achieve a total auto mode share of 40% for staff; 60% for faculty; and 25% for students. Create Multi-Modal Infrastructure: Shuttle access (transit within campus) and bus line stops (transit to and from campus) to be provided within ¼ mile of all buildings. Design non-residential buildings to provide bicycle storage for 15% of peak building users and 5% of Full Time Equivalent (FTE) occupants. Provide shower and locker facilities within 200 yards of building entrances for 1.0% of FTE occupants. Create Community and Regional Connections: Maximize catchment area for public transportation services: provide one-transfer access to campus. Source: Draft Allston Sustainability Guidelines, A10 for ADG, May 2008

Privilege Sustainable Transportation Choices:

Incentivise use of shuttles, public transportation, walking and bicycling through discounts, real time transit information, wi-fi access in transit, comfortable indoor waiting areas, and other means.

Minimize Single Occupant Vehicle Trips :

Achieve a total auto mode share of 40% for staff; 60% for faculty; and 25% for students.

Create Multi-Modal Infrastructure:

Shuttle access (transit within campus) and bus line stops (transit to and from campus) to be provided within ¼ mile of all buildings.

Design non-residential buildings to provide bicycle storage for 15% of peak building users and 5% of Full Time Equivalent (FTE) occupants.

Provide shower and locker facilities within 200 yards of building entrances for 1.0% of FTE occupants.

Create Community and Regional Connections:

Maximize catchment area for public transportation services: provide one-transfer access to campus.

Harvard Allston Harvard LMA Harvard Cambridge Metropolitan Context

public transit network major arterial network ASG, April 2008 Transportation [regional scale]

Allston Executive Summary, CRP, January 2007 Vision for Allston

Shared Street, Friesland, Netherland Proposed Street Hierarchy, ASG, April 08 T Transportation [master plan scale]

Edwards & Kelcey and Carol Johnson and Associates Transportation [urban design scale]

http://www.ic-corp.com/portal/site/ICCorp

The development of the Allston will result in the need for 4,360 new parking spaces for a total of 5,400 in the Master Plan area. Compiled underground plan, ASG, May 08 Infrastructure [master plan scale]

Behnisch Architekten & Steve Stimson and Associates bus stops shuttle waiting area loading docks zipcars garage bicycles parking Transportation [building scale]

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