Mobility Oriented Development (MODe)

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Mobility Oriented

Development (MODe)

Delivering the Value of Mobility

Syd Gamble

Roads Australia - 2016 National Roads Summit

19 & 20 May 2016


Trends in Mobility Require

Integrated and Innovative Solutions

• Global Markets

• Urbanisation

• Infrastructure Improvement

• Funding Investment

• Public Private Partnerships

• Personal Mobility

• Technological Advancements

• Congestion

• Asset Management

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What are the IMPACTS?

URBANIZATION │ DEMAND │ INFRASTRUCTURE │ FUNDING │ ECONOMICS

• Every year about 75

million people move to

metropolitan areas. In

2012 52,5% of the

World’s population was

living in urban areas.

70% will be in 2050

• Typically assets were

established many

decades ago, and

need upgrade and

renewal for future

needs

• Cities need to be

connected with (inter-

)national networks to

attract business, job

creation and

investment

• We have become more

mobile – 24 trillion

inland passenger

kilometers in 2011 – an

annual increase in the

last decade of >3%.

Younger people favor

public transport over

car ownership

• Public authorities need

their funds for socioeconomic

investments.

Therefore more private

funding is needed for

desired developments


Mobility Oriented Development

(MODe)

A performance-driven approach for creating

mixed use and multi-modal urban environments, at

and around transportation hubs in rapidly densifying

cities – delivering the highest possible outcomes

for the prosperity and well being of people,

predicting measurable social and economic benefits,

and maximizing the return on investment in urban

mobility

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An Integrated Approach

Leveraging the potential of mobility to increase

social, economic and environmental benefits

Stakeholder

alignment

Transformation

without

disruption

MODe

Integrated

Approach

Value for money

– integrated

engineering

solutions

Elevate city

values, and

maximize socioeconomic

&

environmental

benefits

Investable

Strategy


Delivering Value

of Mobility IN

HUBS

Malaga, Spain

Node Values

• Tailored routings &

information for passengers

• Transit connections

• Multimodality

Place making values

• Personal Services

• Business Services

• Entertainment

• Education

• Culture

• Health Care

Economic values

• Convenience Goods

• Run & fun Shops

• Food + Beverage

• Trade + Exposition

Estacion De Tren

Maria Zambrano,

Malaga, Spain


Delivering Value

of Mobility AT

HUBS

Salamanca,

Beijing, Dallas

Salamanca Train Station,

Salamanca, Spain

Beijing Changyang Metro

Station Master Plan,

Beijing, China

Node Values

• Intermodal Hubs

• Optimal interconnection of all

transit modalities

• Downtown Central

Place making values

• Residential Neighborhood

• Special Uses:

• Institutional \ Educational

• Sports \ Entertainment

• Historic Site

Economic values

• Business District

• Employment Center

Mockingbird Station,

Dallas, TX


Delivering Value of

Mobility AROUND

HUBS

Garland

Node Values

• Short, medium and long

distance connectivity

Place making values

• Live\Work

• Residential

• Universities

• Culture

• Sports

Economic values

• Offices

• Shopping

• Government

Garland Downtown,

Garland, Texas


Delivering Value of

Mobility BEYOND

HUBS

Sanya Multimodal Station

Community, Hainan

Island, China

Social benefits

• Stakeholder prosperity,

health and access to

opportunity

Economic benefits

• Strong business model to

attract and leverage

investment and create

permanent jobs

Environmental benefits

• Make a better place

through investible and

sustainable masterplanning

of property

development and

transportation


Building Benchmarks

Best practices and lessons learnt from around the

world provide data for Transit Oriented

Developments

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Transit Orientated

Development

Balancing Node and

Place Values

Why investment in multimodal

urban

environments can be

lucrative;

They can attract new

people and business

Property prices will rise

in a high value

environment

Challenge

How do we create the appropriate

balance for a specific site and plan

it to achieve the desired outcome?

Outcome

Creates Vibrant Neighborhoods that:

• Connect

• Regenerate

• Integrate use

Transit hub are the center of the polycentric

city.

Lesson Learnt

We need a process to get to the

desired result from our

investment


Part Dieu Station,

Lyon, France

Rating

Connectivity

Multimodality

Proximity

Real estate value

Economic impact

Quality of public space

Public facilities

Density

Mixed use

0 2 4 6 8 10

Challenge

The existing station of Lyon

Brotteaux did not have the

capacity to absorb the envisaged

passenger growth

Outcome

• A new Part Dieu station was developed

just south of the old station

• In the same period a shopping mall was

built and this part of town was renovated

• With the high speed rail connection the

attraction for investors increased resulting

in increased real estate rental and sales

Lesson Learnt

High impact, leaving potential

for more quality


Guillemins Station,

Liège, Belgium

Rating

Connectivity

Multimodality

Proximity

Real estate value

Economic impact

Quality of public space

Public facilities

Density

Mixed use

0 2 4 6 8 10

Challenge

The station needed redeveloping

to accommodate the high speed

line services between Brussels

and Germany and provide more

capacity to the regional services

Outcome

• Calatrava was the signature architect –

however, the station environment is

not within favorable proximity to the

city center, the result is a relatively low

density and economic activity, despite

the iconic architecture

Lesson Learnt

Iconic architecture does not

always bring high impact urban

development


Bijlmer ArenA,

Amsterdam, Netherlands

Rating

Connectivity

Multimodality

Proximity

Real estate value

Economic impact

Challenge

The redevelopment of existing

suburban train stop to one of the

major mobility hubs, including

intercity rail, metro, bus and

transferia

Outcome

• The region was redeveloped into the

leisure district with mega cinema,

concert hall, shopping malls and

soccer stadium

• Integrated planning with relatively low

density

Quality of public space

Public facilities

Density

Mixed use

Lesson Learnt

0 5 10

Integrated plan leaves

leveraging value of density


MODe development approach

for Masterplanning

The approach is iterative and by doing this it increases the information

contained in the business case to allow for more informed investment

decisions

• Operational management plan

• Programme assurance

• Governance and `

engagement structure

MODe benchmark

• Established by

using MODex

• Funding and affordability

assessment

• Investor requirements

• Viability and deliverability

assessment

Business

Case Based

Investible

Masterplanning

• Vision, mission and objectives

• Design guidelines

• Delivery plan incl. phasing

and prioritisation

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• Financial model

and statements

• Risk assessment

• Sensitivity analysis

Infrastructure

& Costings

• Infrastructure analysis

• Cost analysis

• Spatial demand and catchment

analysis

• Site assessment

• Income and expenditure

assessment


MODex Analysis

• Investigate in how far investment in the transit hub contribute to the success and added

value of the multi-modal urban environment: does it lead to higher property values?

• Investigate in which case there is room for improvement.

• To quantify qualitative measures.

• Presenting a world-ranking of best performing multi-modal urban environments.

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MODex


Brussels Midi Case Study

International gateway, locally based

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Context

HST Network


Context - Identity

Brussels

Brussels centre

Trigger

Medieval core

Identity

Tourists, historical epicentre

Kuregem

Trigger

Identity

Leopold

Cheap housing

Multicultural and low-income

Trigger

Identity

European institutions

High-end working and living area

St. Gilles

Trigger

Proactive intervention, retrofit

Identity

Trendy, vibrant


Context - Ambition

Brussels Midi

Marollen

Identity

Dynamic urban transition zone

Ambition

No clear ambition

Kuregem

Identity

Multicultural and low-income

Ambition

No clear ambition

Midi Station area

Identity

Transit but no destination

Ambition

Mixed use development on

different scales

Canal zone South

Identity

Industrial Dia 21zone

Ambition

Housing development, handcraft

small businesses

St. Gilles

Identity

Trendy, vibrant

Ambition

No clear ambition


Analysis

Opportunities

for

improvement

1. Perception

• Failed development 20 years ago gives it a

bad perception

2. Identity

• The station does not invite the visitor to the

city

• The station is not a (24/7) destination in itself

3. Inequality

• Social inequality between the station and local

neighbourhoods

4. Connections

• Lack of connection and accessibility to the city

and neighbourhood

• Unclear wayfinding for transfer to the public

transport connections

• The station does not have a majestic main

entrance

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Analysis

MODex

Existing situation

9. Proximity

10. Transit quality

1. Hub facilities

1

0.9

0.8

0.7

0.6

0.5

0.4

0.3

0.2

0.1

0

2. Sustainability

3. Urban form

8. Property value

4. Quality of public space

7. Revenu

5. Public facilities

6. Prosperity

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Current masterplan

Brussels Midi


Analysis

MODex

Current masterplan

9. Proximity

10. Transit quality

1. Hub facilities

1

0.9

0.8

0.7

0.6

0.5

0.4

0.3

0.2

0.1

0

2. Sustainability

3. Urban form

8. Property value

4. Quality of public space

7. Revenu

5. Public facilities

6. Prosperity

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Vision

Brussels Midi

International gateway, locally based

1. Linking the development of the transit zone with the potentials of the surrounding area.

2. Improve urban fabric, urban form, public space

3. Introduce financial mechanism, feasibility of the masterplan, phasing

4. Develop as an international Gateway - Improve connections for International travelers


Results

MODex

Unlocking potential

value

9. Proximity

10. Transit quality

1. Hub facilities

1

0.9

0.8

0.7

0.6

0.5

0.4

0.3

0.2

0.1

0

2. Sustainability

3. Urban form

8. Property value

4. Quality of public space

7. Revenu

5. Public facilities

6. Prosperity

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Where ARCADIS have supported

other (re)development clients

Dallas, US Amsterdam, Netherlands Paris, France Liege, Belgium

São Paulo, Brazil Malaga, Spain Lyon, France

Malaysia, Singapore

Rotterdam, Netherlands

Madrid, Spain

Toulouse, France

Metro Development Company,

Beijing, China


MODe Summary

How is MODe Applied?

For public or private clients around the world, MODe

helps to deliver the value of Mobility

1. Identify the aspirations and the goals important to you and the other stakeholders

2. Drive the stakeholder process to define a joint ambition, a compelling, feasible and

acceptable scope and an investible strategy

3. Calculate and optimize the social, economic and environmental benefits of MODe

4. Coordinate the MODe socio-economic plan with the physical development plan

5. Create a business plan to implement MODe

6. Guide MODe participants in executing their roles and responsibilities during

implementation

7. Measure MODe outcomes against the original predictions

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