9 months ago

280218_Luxor-Egypt SECAP Final_revised

This would include the

This would include the following entities: • Ministry of Investment and Int. Cooperation • Governor of Luxor • City Council represented by the Governor • City Council – Luxor Represented by the • Governor and Municipal Council represented by the Governor • GOPP • Traffic Department – City of Luxor • Ministry of Local Development Staff training Governorate (Municipality) and Traffic Dept. staff related to the issue of Sustainable Mobility need to receive coaching and training on two subjects: • Strategic management of mobility issues, and • Technical and organisational solutions to be promoted, • A Special Strategic Unit to be developed and structured to oversee the training of staff and all concerned as well as the implementation of the plan at the governorate. Role of Partners - Stakeholders (taxi drivers, transport companies, traffic department, Antiquities - Department, private users, all big institutions generating a lot of transport needs – schools, hospitals, etc.) should be invited to specific workshop to design the strategic road map to improve urban mobility, make this design process as inclusive as possible, and - Training is also need to transfer the message of clean and green transport. 4. Summary of related Awareness Raising (AR) actions A communication plan needs to be developed to highlight the benefits of a new strategic sustainable mobility for each and every individual and for the general benefit of the City of Luxor. The Awareness Raising Programme (ARP), would include lectures and workshops for staff and citizens that could encompass several actions: - The creation of a permanent municipal information point, - The organisation of an open house, - The publication of articles in local and regional newspapers, - The distribution of brochures and posters, - The distribution of an information letter that includes current events on sustainability and local success stories: • Information on national energy policies and local implications, • The prevailing energy conditions in the municipality, • The state of progress of the different actions implemented within the framework of the sustainable energy strategy and the SECAP, and • Successful projects in national and foreign municipalities, notably in municipalities that are members of the Covenant of Mayors (CoM). 130

5. Assumptions and risks • Mobility is a very complex issue and the potential impacts (good or bad) of the different scenarios are difficult to assess, which may lead to options being hard to distinguish by their merits, • In the absence of public transport managed by local authorities, that could possibly boost public mobility offer, the transformation of mobility patterns will only depends on private transporters who have no incentives to change the current model, and • Beyond promoting new sustainable services and/or new green infrastructures, reducing mobility needs and behavioural change is very dependent on public mobilization on the matter. 6. Key success factors • The huge nuisances generated by poorly organized mobility services are a nightmare for people who are then really willing to act, a soon as they see the benefits of sustainable solutions answering their personal needs while taking into account the collective commitment the Governorate takes, • Public participation can help designing ambitious and most appropriate solutions, and • The strong commitment of the Governor of Luxor to act (with the support of the Traffic Department - Ministry of Interior and the support of Ministry of environment) on the issue is obviously an important element to consider. 7. Cost estimates Technical support for designing the Sustainable Mobility Master Plan 90,000 € - Information gathering (data, maps) to inform the Master plan’s design - Scenario drawing - Stakeholders’ consultation to get their buy-in and identify conditions for success, - Costs benefit analysis of the most appreciated scenario - Master plan finalisation - Promotion of the master plan among stakeholders 20,000 € 30,000 € 20,000 € 10,000 € 5,000 € 5,000 € Training for Governorate staff 10,000 € Approximate annual cost saving (after initial investment reimbursement) Not relevant Return on Investment (draft calculation) Not relevant 131

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