BOGOTÁ - 2010 - Clean Air Institute
BOGOTÁ - 2010 - Clean Air Institute
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BOGOTÁ - 2010
FUNCTIONAL AND OPERATIVE MODEL
Benefits – SITP Reduction and modernization of the fleet Coverage Enlargement Improvement in Quality Service Reduction of Pollution Generation of Formal EmploymentLife Quality Improvement Improvement in movility Improvement of City Productivity Stop with “ The war of the cent”
Functional Model – SITP. New routes scheme, prioritized and customized Zone Operation Using the best from the current fleet Rates integration and electronic payment means Collection integral System, control and information. Change of entrepreneurial scheme – tenders, andtransportation operators SITP Democratization – owners active participationTransición for the gradual implementation
Functional Model - Zones Operation.Structuring System:Backbone CorridorsOperational Zones:Supplementary Flexible Routes System:Delegation by Operational Zones.13 operational zones were defined inaddition to the downtown zone
Functional ModelPrioritized Routes System.BackbonesStructure Axe, Long Distances, High DemmandArticulated Buses(160 passangers) and biarticulated (250 passsangers)Collection Type: In the station. Left Exclusive rail overtopAuxiliary• Tipo de Cobro: En estación. Carril exclusivo izquierdo con oSuppoorting sin sobrepaso backbone routes. Medium demmand corridors. DemandTransportation and Distribution.Standard Bus(80 passangers), Bus (50 passangers), Buseta (40pasajeros), microbuses (19). Collection Type: In the bus. Operation inMixed Traffic.Feeder and SupplementaryBackbones feeding in the portals, intermediate and simple stationsStandard Buses (80 Passangers) and Buses (50 Passangers)Special(Urban and rural)Attention to areas od difficult access (hills) or low demmandVehicles: Special Buses or microbuses . Collection Type: Internal
Functional ModelPrioritized Routes System
SITP Vehicles Types.BiarticulatedArticulatedStandardBusetónBusetaMicrobúsThe SITP makes from the best of the fleet.
Evolution of the Entrepreneurial Scheme.EnterpriseTransportation Enterprise that doesnot provide transport serviceBuses CooperativeSells allotmentsConsecution of RoutesFar from the serviceNo deals with driversEnterprise displaced to service,drivers and busesBus owner displaced to service;business risk transferDriver displaced to service and costsDrivers with business risk: “The warof the cent”OperatorTransportation OperatorBuses´ OwnerOperates technically transportationGets ConcessionProvides the serviceDrivers with their stuffOnly one owner connecting service,drivers, costs, responsibilities.Stable Employment with fixed income,from good quality
Where is the service provided?Open Bus Stops in the StreetsServices:FeedersAuxiliarySupplementarySpecialClosed Stations and Portals in BackbonesServices:BackbonesFeeders
Access MechanismsPAYMENTFORM: TISC(electronicwallet) Personalized(FrequentClient) Current(OccasionalTrip)SALESANDRELOADINGPOINTS SalesPointsinallTMSAstations Morethan4.000externalsalespoints Served Automatic(CATI) MobileACCESOALSITP Inthebackbones:– Validationinthestationaccess Buses– AccessFrontDoor– TISCValidation– UseofTurnstiles
What if I don´t have a place to top-up my card?It is necessary to top-up the card inthe station or portal ticket office, it isalways available in the operationsystem schedule.It is possible that in the morning or theevening hours top-up points near thebus stops are not opened, it isavailable a credit trip for thepassenger.The credit card makes the customer possible use the service in difficult conditions at themoment the customer wants to top-up the card. It is only valid for personalized card andprovides a debit balance. It is only allowed a debit balance per (1) trip.The trip credit let the first boarding requiring validation in the bus without any balance in thepersonalized card. As soon as the customer tops-up the money in the card , the trip creditthat has been assigned to him/her will be deducted.
How much should I pay for the trip?Rates valid for 2010FeederSupplementarySpecial$ 1.100/pasAuxiliary$ 1.300/pasBackbones$ 1.600/pas
How much should I pay if Ineed two services?Valid rates for 2010The rates of trips made up by two or more services are validin term of 75 minutes counted from the moment the firstaccess validation is made and it is only available for userwith personalized card.Each additional boarding will cost $500/pas
How much should I pay if I need two services?$1.600$1.600$1.600
How much should I pay if I need two services?$1.600$1.600
How much should I pay if I need two services?$1.800
How much should I pay if I need two services?$2.100$2.100$2.100
How much should I pay if I need two services?$2.100$2.100
REQUERIMENTS TO THE OPERATORS WITHHIGH ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT
Main Impacts Diminishing the number of operating vehiclesReduction of the maximun useful life and as aconsequence of it the age averageServices level Manual: Manteinance Indicator– Noncompliance: ExpirationOrganised operation in Bus StopsClean Technologies in new vehicles: Euro IVImprovement in the fuel qualityIncentives in the remuneration of clean fuel
Reduction of the FleetTPC17.500 Vehicles(1.500Transmilenio)Age Average: 10 yearsMaximun Useful Life: 20yearsMiniaturize the fleet(increase of microbuses)SITP12.333 VehiclesAge Average: 5 yearsMaximun Useful Life: 12yearsOptimun Use of the fleet(Increase of standard buses)Make scrap aprox 8.000 vehiclesoperationin the first year of2.867 new vehicles (standard buses, articulated,biarticulated, dual standard buses)
Manual of Service Levels1. USERSATISFACTIONMANAGEMENT1.1 User satisfaction Survey2. SECURITYMANAGEMENT2.1 Index of event per vehicles inoperation per zoneTRANSPORTATIONSYSTEM QUALITYINDICATORS3. OPERATIVESERVICEMANAGEMENT3.1 Índiex of Dispath Compliance3.2 Punctuality on performingdepartures4. KNOWLEDGEMANAGEMENT4.1 Índex of failures per vehicle inoperation5.ENVIRONMENTMANAGEMENT5.1 Índex of contaminating materials
Foundations The Decree 319 of august 15/ 2006 took the MasterMovility Plan, in which the respect for theenvironment is mainly important in all and each oneof the projects that are developed in the sector.
Main contractual obligations inenvironmental issues The minutes of the contracts that should beunderwritten by the auto dealers establish in a clearway obligations designed to assure plans in order toprotect the environment and state the compliance ofthe total enviromental standards valid in Colombia.
Main contractual obligations inenvironmental issues• Environmental Management Plan for the differentoperation and management fleet points• Selfregulation Program for the whole SITP fleetPreventive and Corrective Program for vehiclesSpecialized area or responsible for environmentalmanagementÍndex of contaminating material emission in service levelmanual
Main contractual obligations inenvironmental issues Environmental Management Plan for the differentmanagement and operation fleet points: Include preventive,diminishing, corrective measures and negative environmentalimpact compensation that can cause activity before, during andafter the operation. Selfregulation Program for the whole SITP fleet: The AUTODEALER should present a Selfregulation program for thevehicles included in the SITP operation, this program should bemonitored by environmental authority and should also meet therequirements established in the environmental standards in thismatter.
Main contractual obligations inenvironmental issues Preventive and Corrective Program for the VehiclesMantainance: The contractor should present a preventiveand corrective program for vehicles included to the SITPoperation, which should be focused to mantain theenvironmental conditions of the fleet in regard to material andnoise emission, under the maximun authorized established inthe valid regulations. The contractor should count on a specialized area orresponsible for the enviromental management, taking intoaccount the terms defined in the Decree 1299 of 2008, toassure the compliance of the obligations in the environmentalmatters.
Main contractual obligations inenvironmental issues The manual of service levels designed the chapter ofENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT to establish the maximunindex of contaminating materials. Such index measures thecommitment of the operating enterprises with the environment.It is considered as an acceptable maximum level the 5% out ofthe total of the fleet per operator exception. In case of obtaining6 consecutive months in which the indexes are superior to the5% it is considered a cause to determine the termination of theconcession.