4. Developing the Plan - SPAD

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4. Developing the Plan - SPAD

Figure 1.3: Master Plan Development ProcessINPUT TO MP DEVELOPMENT MP DEVELOPMENT MP EXECUTION1. Guiding Principles2. National Toolkit3. Transport Analysis Tool• Transport model• GIS land use database• Accessibility model4. Stakeholder5. External references1. Existing Situation & StakeholderEngagement2. Transit Gaps (Rail)3. Land Use Demands4. Travel Patterns5. Identify Corridor Hierarchy6. Identify Mode7. Master Plan (Implementation)8. Integration9. Benefits Review1. Technical and FinancialFeasibility2. Technical and System Design3. Implementation4. Track / Monitor5. Success Measure / BenefitRealisationFeedback to MP developmentFrom this basis the policies and measures can be selected based on the criteria of:Fix - identify current operational issues and seek to address these (such as regulation, faresstructure, monitoring integration)Improve - upgrade operations and infrastructure to appropriate standardsAttract - provide investment in the corridors through new capacity (for example new raillines) and infrastructurePush - define complementary policy measures through land use and travel demandmanagement allow the PT modal share to achieve the targetsThe Regional LPTMP is then an assembly of the policy instruments, proposals and transformationplans for public transport in a region. Key to the success of the Regional LPTMP is the dire need forintegration of public transport modes and the assessment of benefits. Often LPT is only one part ofthe passenger journey. Integration with other modes (public transport, private transport, walkingand cycling) is important to maximise the potential usage of LPT. This can be referred to as the„first and last mile‟.The GKL/KV LPTMP sets out an integrated 20 year plan to transform LPT in the region responding tolocal needs and aspirations and providing consistency with the DBKL City Plan, the Structure andLocal Plans within Selangor and the Putrajaya Plan. The NKRA had previously researched LPT issuesin the region and developed an initial set of initiatives to improve LPT in the GKL/KV Region. TheGKL/KV LPTMP builds on these to provide a 20 year plan to aid the aspiration for a World Class City.The GKL/KV LPTMP is an assembly of the policy instruments, modal proposals and transformationplans with a delivery plan for implementation, funding sources and outlines the requirements forperformance monitoring. The GKL/KV LPTMP is supported by detailed six Subsidiary Plans.Page 6

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