Innovative ideas and how to take advantage of them

Innovative ideas and how to take
advantage of them
Tuesday, 12 November – Wednesday, 13 November 2013
Fraunhofer IAO Institute
Nobelstraße 12, 70569 Stuttgart, Germany
Agenda
About Stuttgart
Stuttgart is the capital of the southwest German state of Baden-Württemberg. It is probably
best known as an important centre of the German car industry but it is also a high-tech hub
and has been involved in a range of projects around sustainable mobility. In order that you can
learn something about our hosting city, we have gathered together local experts on parking
management, non-motorised transport, open data, electric mobility and public transport
organisation to give you a close-up look at Stuttgart.
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About this workshop series
The TIDE project is developing a methodology to enable the systematic transfer of transport
innovations from one city or region to another. This is the first in a series of three TIDE
workshops that will demonstrate the method. Participants representing nearly 20 countries
from across Europe will be present in Stuttgart for an exchange of knowledge and experience
on TIDE’s five thematic areas. Participants will also learn about analysing the impact of
measures and about TIDE’s transfer methodology.
Innovative ideas and how to take
advantage of them
Moderation: Siegfried Rupprecht (Rupprecht Consult)
Tuesday, 12 November
12.00 – 13.00
Light lunch
Foyer, Fraunhofer Institute
13.00 – 13.10
Welcome and Introductions – auditorium
Siegfried Rupprecht
13.10 – 13.20
Introduction to the Fraunhofer Institute
Florian Rothfuss, Head of Business Unit Mobility and Urban Systems
Engineering, Fraunhofer Institute for Industrial Engineering IAO
13.20 – 13.30
Project overview and context-setting
Karen Vancluysen, Polis
13.30 – 14.00
Smart Urban Mobility and the Emergence of Innovation
Claus Seibt, Wuppertal Institute
14.00 – 14.45
The Resources in the Room
Bonnie Fenton, Rupprecht Consult
14.45 – 15.15
Coffee/tea break
15.15 – 15.45
Systematic Transfer in TIDE – auditorium
Nick Hounsell, Transport Research Group, University of Southampton
15.45 – 17.30
Stuttgart close-up
Learn about what Stuttgart is doing in your field of interest. Please
note the meeting location for your cluster group.
Cluster 1, pricing measures – room Z.180
Cluster 2, non-motorised transport – meet in the foyer to
travel to the city centre – please wear warm, weather-proof
clothing and comfortable shoes
Cluster 3, network and traffic management – room: G.124
Cluster 4, electric mobility – meet in the auditorium for your
tour of the Fraunhofer Institute
Cluster 5, public transport organisation – meet in the foyer to
travel to VVS
19.30
Dinner
Schönbuch Brauhaus, Bolzstraße 10, 70173 Stuttgart
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Wednesday, 13 November
8.15
09.00 – 09.30
09.30 – 11.30
Meet at S-Bahn station Hauptbahnhof (main station) on the platform
for line 3 for group travel to the Fraunhofer Institute
Introduction to the TIDE Impact Assessment Method
Hanna Hüging, Wuppertal Institute – auditorium
Cluster break-out sessions
These sessions consist of short presentations and examples followed
by group discussion.
Cluster 1, pricing measures – room Z.180
Cluster 2, non-motorised transport – room Z.183
Cluster 3, network and traffic management – room G.124
Cluster 4, electric mobility – room G.153
Cluster 5, public transport organisation – room G.125
11.30 – 12.00
Consolidation of experience
Cluster rapporteurs – auditorium
12.00 – 12.30
Looking forward and closing
Siegfried Rupprecht
12.30 – 13.30
Light lunch
Foyer, Fraunhofer Institute
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Stuttgart close-up (Tuesday, 15:45-17:30)
Cluster 1: pricing
measures
Birgit Wöhrle was described in the Stuttgarter-Nachrichten newspaper
as “giving an impersonal system a personal touch and a human face” in
the way she dealt head-on with the parking problems in Stuttgart
West during the introduction of a new parking management system.
Birgit Wöhrle, City of Stuttgart (in German, translation provided)
Location: Room Z.180
Cluster 2: nonmotorised transport
A walking audit tour of public spaces in Stuttgart. Audits were part of
the Better by Foot project that was carried out in Stuttgart with the
aims of better recognising pedestrian traffic in local politics and
administration and creating better conditions for walking and
sojourning in the city and better citizen participation.
Wolfgang Forderer, City of Stuttgart
Location: city centre (meet in foyer for travel by public transport)
Cluster 3: network
and traffic
management
There are apps for just about everything today, but who is using them.
What are they good for? What is the role of cities in open data? How is
data accessed? What kind of (transport-related) apps are available?
Who uses apps? Whose job is it to develop apps?
Nick Hounsell, Transport Research Group
Location: Room G.124
Cluster 4: electric
mobility
A tour of Fraunhofer’s Mobility Innovation Lab and the Virtual Reality
Lab, a demonstration of the electric sportscar Lampo3, a visit to the
institute’s charging infrastructure and electric fleet and introduction to
a project building up a Micro-Smart-Grid for charging infrastructure.
Michael Haag and Steffen Raiber, Fraunhofer Institute
Location: meet in auditorium for tour of Fraunhofer Institute
The group will visit the Stuttgart regional public transport organisation,
which has been in existence since 1978. Questions to be addressed
and discussed include how the VVS was created, financing a public
transport body, finding consensus among members, contracting out
services and market research. A short tour of the network will follow.
Thomas Knöller, Verkehrs- und Tarifverbund Stuttgart
Location: Verkehrs- und Tarifverbund Stuttgart (meet in the foyer for
travel by public transport)
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Cluster 5: public
transport
organisation
Cluster break-out sessions (Wednesday, 9:30-11:30)
Cluster 1: pricing
measures
Moderation: Karin Brundell-Freij, WSP Sverige AB
Additional input: Maria Berrini, Agenzia Mobilità Ambiente Territorio,
Milan
Topics of discussion:
 Pricing in the EU context
 Pros and cons of using pricing as a policy instrument
o road user charges
o parking charges
 Gaining political and public support for pricing policies
Room Z.180
Cluster 2: nonmotorised transport
Moderation: Sebastian Bührmann, German Institute for Urban Affairs
Additional input: Wolfgang Forderer (City of Stuttgart), Fermin Echarte
(City of Donostia-San Sebastian)
Topics of discussion:
 Public space audits
 Pedestrian/cyclist conflict
 Bike parking
Room Z.183
Moderation: Nick Hounsell, Transport Research Group
Additional input: Damiano Morosi (Agenzia Mobilita Rome), Rob
McDonald (Peter Brett Consulting, Reading, UK)
Topics of discussion:
 Apps in transport
 Apps issues for city authorities
 What data do cities have and what can/should they do with it?
Room G.124
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Cluster 3: network
and traffic
management
Cluster 4: electric
mobility
Moderation: Martha Loleit, Steffen Raiber, Michael Haag (Fraunhofer
Institute)
Additional input: Arjan Oranje (City of Rotterdam), Frank Panse (Berlin
Agency for Electromobility eMO), Thorsten Niehaus (EnBW Energie
Baden Württemberg)
Topics of discussion:
 Potential of electric freight vehicles in urban goods distribution
 How can cities encourage the private sector to invest in clean
city logistics?
 Innovative approaches for financing schemes for charging
infrastructure
Room G.153
Cluster 5: public
transport
organisation
Moderation: Michal Wolanski, University of Gdansk
Topics of discussion:
 Tendering vs. direct award
 Gross cost contracts vs. net cost contract
 Constructing incentive schemes
 Evaluating customers’ willingness to pay for quality attributes
Room G.125
Motel One Hauptbahnhof (main station)
Lautenschlagerstraße 14
70173 Stuttgart
phone: +49 (0)711 3002090
Motel One Stuttgart
Heilbronner Straße 325
Stuttgart-Feuerbach
phone: +49 (0)711 32779230
S-Bahn station: Hauptbahnhof
S-Bahn station: Feuerbach (lines 4, 5, and 6
run to Hauptbahnhof)
Fraunhofer IAO Institute
Nobelstraße 12, 70569 Stuttgart
Accessible by S-Bahn lines 1, 2, and 3
S-Bahn station: University
mobile phone numbers (just in case)
Bonnie: +49 (0)162 437 8792
Bernard: +49 (0)173 726 3681
Ivo: +32 (0)476 327 726
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