Raeanne Kurucz Sustainable Transport Project Leader

Raeanne Kurucz Sustainable Transport Project Leader

TravelWise a toolkit for designing and implementing workplace travel plans Rae-Anne Kurucz Brent Bielby Need for TravelWise Other 70,000.00 Home to school Home to work 60,000.00 50,000.00 40,000.00 30,000.00

20,000.00 10,000.00 0.00 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30

Auckland Regional Transport Authority > Actions to provide more choices for Aucklanders: Cycle & walking network improvement Travel plans Land use guidelines for development Travel Plan > Travel Plan a series of responsive, coordinated and planned activities providing greater travel choice to people for the journey to work, and more effective management of workrelated transport, including freight Workplace Travel > ARTA Travel Plan Toolkit Defined planning process based on project management (PMI) standards Guidelines, templates, tools and advice

Quality management system > Networking and training Travel Plan Tool Kit Set Up Research Commitment Base Research Project Charter Research Plan Plan Scope Tools Benefit Calculator Agreement

Tools Surveys Analysis Travel Maps Planning Targets & Actions Project Plan Implementation Completion Delivery Progress Reports Tools Journey Plans Webpage PT Clinics Rideshare Monitoring Research Tools Evaluation Survey

Sales Ownership Project Handover Lessons Learned TravelWise Partners Auckland City Council Auckland Regional Council Housing NZ Corp Air NZ IRD - Takapuna Rodney District Council Auckland Intl Airport ARTA Beca MWH Opus Watercare

Connell Wagner Maunsell Waitakere City Council Hill Young Cooper SKM North Shore City URS Vodafone Se p tU Re rc a se h an

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Co pro Co Im TravelWise.org.nz TravelWise in Action Waitakere City Travel Plan Why a Travel Plan > Resource consent condition > Reduce parking requirements & costs > Demonstrate leadership > Reduce single occupancy car use > Reduce emissions How we developed a Travel Plan Set Up Research

Planning Signed the Agreement Hired a PM Communicated to staff Prioritised Actions Steering Group Distributed Survey Incentives Set Objectives Consulted Staff Research Plan

Set Targets Developed our Implementation Plan Budget & Approval to Implement Implementation Completion Car-pooling Travel Plan Owner Parking Mgt. Subsidised PT Cycle storage Train tickets for Business meetings

Visitors guide Travel Plan Champion Actions become business process Continuous Improvement Monitoring & Evaluation Evaluation Survey April 07 What we implemented > Cycle facilities > 50% subsidy to staff for staff train and bus tickets > Facilitated car pooling > Parking management prioritised for car pooling

> Train tickets for business travel > Visitor guide for travel to Council Monitoring progress Staff travel survey results 2002-2006 (Nov 06 Progress monitoring survey) 2004 100% 90% 2006 - Apr-06 80% target 70%

Nov-06 % 60% 50% 40% 30% 20% 10% 0% car driver bus/ train w alk car passenger bicycle motorbike

w orked from home 6 months into the Travel Plan > 18% mode shift from single car trips > 10% increase in PT use > Reduced greenhouse emissions of approx. 126 tonnes per annum > Staff enjoying the car-pooling What staff say

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