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Kapsch TrafficCom. We make traffic flow. Kapsch TrafficCom . Portfolio. We make your traffic flow. Road user charging. Urban access and parking. Road safety enforcement. Urban Road user charging, Limited Access Zone, Low Emission Zone, Dynamic Parking - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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Verkehrsinfrastruktur im Wandel

Kapsch TrafficCom.We make traffic flow.Kapsch TrafficCom|Urban Mobility Charging Michael WeberNr.1Kapsch TrafficCom. Portfolio.We make your traffic flow.Manage traffic intelligently, systematically create added value.Manual or electronic tolling (Satellite and terrestrial tolling) Components, subsystems, systems and complete end-to-end tolling solutions

Road safety enforcementUrban access and parkingRoad user chargingUrban Road user charging, Limited Access Zone, Low Emission Zone, Dynamic ParkingFull range of charging policies, based on the time of the day, the length of the stay, the vehicles pollution class or the traffic

Red Light and Speed Enforcement, Weigh-in-motion, Lane Enforcement, Traffic SurveillanceComprehensive and fully integrated solutions for enforcing traffic laws

Kapsch TrafficCom|Urban Mobility Charging Michael WeberNr.Our Experience: in converging topics, continuity within change/changing fields, paradigm shifts and structural shift, ability to reinvent ourselves

Our Company: We offer products, systems and services for high-performance intelligent transportation systems (ITS) as a one-stop shop and cover the entire value creation chain of our customers with our end-to-end solution portfolio.Revenue Headcount Worldwide presence

2Urban Mobility Charging Two perspectives

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1) Creating a regulative framework entitling municipalities and cities to charge for the use of their infrastructure and to implement related policies. Kapsch TrafficCom|Urban Mobility Charging Michael WeberNr.Regulative framework for cities and municipalities to charge for the use of transport infrastrutructure and access schemes.

Need to intensify European Commission efforts towards coherent urban access regulations and RUC on European level and coordinated deployment of urban ITS (as it is communicated in the European Commission communication in December 2013So far, there is no real urban policy at EU level (nobody is really in charge of urban policy as there is no EU competence on municipality level and no legally binding character for member states)

4Situation. Cities and communities in transition and competition. CentreCommuter belt/suburbs

CentreCommuter belt/suburbs

Regions/ Interurban areasCompetition Migration into cities, urbanization: Centralization and withdrawal of infrastructure from regionsRather a fact than a possible development Infrastructure scarcity, limitations of city spaces Exploding, growing, shrinking cities Competition: Position as business location; attractiveness triggered by economic situation and labour marketCriteria for quality of life and infrastructure (Mercer study); power and water supply, communication, public transport, fluent traffic, airport, spatial and traffic planning, interaction of private/public sector Disparity of mobility:Basis and engine of economy, social cohesion Traffic, emissions, limitation of quality of life

. Are we different?. What are our strengths? . What do we want? .. What are we opting for? Kapsch TrafficCom|Urban Mobility Charging Michael WeberNr.There is: Migration into citiesMigration outside the regions leads to a withdrawal of infrastructure from interurban areas and to centralization It is reality, treated as such by city planners not as a possible development but as fact, to cope with limited space, managing resources, while not limiting mobility and needs of people Inbalance of provided infrastructure (not enough, too much) has to be paid for problems for regional areas, shrinking cities but also for booming cities with price hikes in real estates

There is: CompetionCompetition between cities: Mercer Studie 2012 (1 x Quality of living ranking --- Top 5 Vienna, Zrich, Auckland, Mnchen, Vancouver; 1 x Infrastructure ranking ---- Top 5 Singapur, Frankfurt, Mnchen, Kopenhagen, Dsseldorf (only Munich ranked in both studies among the Top 5) Mercer Studie; Infrastruktur Ranking based on the criteria power supply, water supply, IT und communication, public transport, airport and fluidity of traffic).

But, there is lack of: Competitive federalisms implying fiscal powers, sovereignty on municipality/city level in fiscal matters, budget responsibility Coherent urban regulation on European level (at EU level, nobody is really in charge, very soft policy with Communications and a toothless Urban mobility package with no binding character for member statesRegulative framework for cities and municpalities to charge for the use of transport infrastructure and access schemes.

POLAND HAD A MECHANISM, but amended the respective legislation in 2003- Poland already had a legal basis entitling municipalities to levy road user charges! City tolling was introduced with the amendment of the Act on Public Roads in 2000. However, it then was eliminated in 2003, causing problems especially to cities with historic city centres such as Krakau and Sopot. But also Warsaw faces more and more problems with traffic congestions. 5Roles and expectations. . City as a system; energy management, water, waste, assisted living, traffic management . Aspects; political, functional (system), environmental, human, economic . Role of the government is to operate the system and to organize smart technology ... Short distances . Trip planning reliability . To contribute to a cleaner environment . Willing to pay for adequate level of service and better quality of life MOBILITY

To decouple growth of cities and resource consumptionTo use digital data Incenting people to use environmentally friendly modes Cross-regional land use planning Three tuning levels for decision makersManage supply Manage human demand Make infrastructure adoptive

Kapsch TrafficCom|Urban Mobility Charging Michael WeberNr.City, municipality level: While using digital information in a smart wayCross-regional land use planning (to think outside the box, in that case, to think outside the city boundary); To improve co-ordination between the regional, Lnder and federal level, related to transport ensuring environmental sustainability Smaller cities in principale have the need too, but often lack the capabilities (financial means); ---- alliance of cities, to get better economies of scale behind them; here also the Insitute of the Regions of Europe (IRE) comes in

User expectationsPreviously citizens adapted to fit in with city infrastructure, in future cities will need to adopt to the needs of citizens

Interface Mobility 6Perspective/Strategy. How to do. Local Empowerment: Self-definition, Positioning Fiscal powers for road user charges

Improvement of the price/performance ratio of the public service

User acceptance through transparancy and use of funds (... As important as revenue neutrality OECD/ITF 2010)

Regulative framework entitling municipalities and cities to charge for the use of their road infrastructure and to implement related policies.. leads to Kapsch TrafficCom|Urban Mobility Charging Michael WeberNr.Local empowerment: to empower cities and communities Touches upon killer phrases and very sensitive topics such as governance and adminsitrative reforms, finance compensation between federal and state government, federalism, subsidiarity Competitive federalisms implies fiscal powers, sovereignty in fiscal matters, at least for certain functions to be performed, such as traffic

Urban Mobility Package (EC Communication December 2013) develops from the EU White Paper on transport (2011) - This Communication calls for Smarter Urban Access Regulations and Road User Charging, a fully harmonised European approach is not foreseen and not considered appropriate because of the specific situation in each urban area (due to the principle of Subsidiarity, the EU has also no competence in that area) - However, the communication states that non-binding guidelines would allow cities and Member States to benefit from the experience elsewhere and that the EC will prepare, with stakeholders, non-binding guidance to help cities implement access regulation schemes effectively . This is exactly what we want too when calling for the creation of a regulative framework entitling municipalities and cities to charge for the use of their infrastructure and to implement related policies. 7Solutions

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Kapsch TrafficCom|Urban Mobility ChargingMichael WeberNr.9Dynamic Parking

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2) 2030/2050 Horizon. Halving/banning the use of conventionally-fuelled vehicles in urban transport. Kapsch TrafficCom|Urban Mobility Charging Michael WeberNr.The EU White Paper on transport (2011) envisages to halve the use of conventionally-fuelled vehicles in urban transport by 2030 and to ban those vehicles from city centres by 2050. 11Situation. Requirements on European level (EU 2011 White Paper)Emissions100%0%50%201320502030100%0% Non-fossil fuel mobility

- 60% Greenhouse gas emissions by 2050 (base 1990)Halve the use of conventionally-fueled vehicles in urban transportPhase out conventionally-fueled vehicles in urban transport Essentially CO2-free city logistics by 2030 European rail high speed network completed Kapsch TrafficCom|Urban Mobility Charging Michael WeberNr.EU 2011 White Paper - Roadmap to a Single European Transport Area

Non-fossil fuel mobility (Clean and efficient cars; Higher share of public transport; Alternative propulsion for urban buses and taxis; Better infrastructure for walking and cycling)

12Perspective/Strategy. How to do. Operationalising the 2011 EU White Paper.

Kapsch TrafficCom|Urban Mobility Charging Michael WeberNr.Transition from a car based mobility to a mobility based on walking, cycling and high quality public transport ---- the White paper follows that transition. Non-fossil fuel mobility (Clean and efficient cars; Higher share of public transport; Alternative propulsion for urban buses and taxis; Better infrastructure for walking and cycling) while not limiting mobility and needs of people

Crucial: Right Pricing to achieve traffic policy goals (such as a Modal Shift); pricing is a fine tuning tool Grants need to be appropriately targeted earmarked funding! 13Solutions

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Keywords. Urban Mobility Charging. Scarcity of resources, Urbanization, new technologies, Two topics through all perspectives; environment & volume (scale of infrastructure, traffic volume) Traffic infrastructure shapes mobility. Mobility shapes quality of life. Traffic infrastucture is the basis of an integrated single market. Assumption: Conventional challenges are valid High/Adequate service of (traffic) infrastructure has a value. Pricing as the fine-tuning tool. Challenges do not stop at national borders. Guidance and a regulative framework needed, Deployment of best practice, Standardization Across goverments and organizations (EU, Insitute of the Regions of Europe, OECD, ..)Across the private sector, to the advantage of the economy (Green Industry, Green Jobs, competitive advantages, value chain, ..)Transport of values Kapsch TrafficCom|Urban Mobility Charging Michael WeberNr.Assumption/provision. Two CROSS-CUTTING topics through all perspectives (environment and volume scale of infrastructure, traffic volume) Integrated/single market: to guarantee the free movement of goods, capital, services, and people the EU's "four freedoms

High/ adequate service of infrastructure has a value, is worth something. Projection of values/value projection; cautious . Europe as norm creator to promote a set of rules17

Kapsch TrafficCom.We can't solve our problems by using the same kind of thinking we used to create them.. (Albert Einstein)Kapsch TrafficCom|Urban Mobility Charging Michael WeberNr.paradigm shifts and structural shift, also transport infrastructure needs that change, that structural shift, changes in values; a new kind of thinking

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