pollution & mobility

From an activist perspective

Supply Chain, Transport and Mobility Management Master UPC
Guille LΓ³pez, Eixample Respira, April 2021

the challenge:

how can we reduce
cars in cities?
πŸš— 🚚 🚐 🏍

Barcelona's modal
share in 2018
:

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26%

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34%

🚌 🚊 πŸš•

37%

🚲 πŸ›΄

2%

inside the city:

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16%

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50%

🚌 🚊 πŸš•

30%

🚲 πŸ›΄

3%

in & out of the city:

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46%

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2%

🚌 🚊 πŸš•

51%

🚲 πŸ›΄

1%

private vehicles:

πŸš—

56%

🏍 πŸ›΅

20%

🚐

19%

🚚

5%

1st question:

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What's the best way to track
modal share on real time?

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Barcelona City Hall plans from now till 2024 to:

Reduce cars from 26% β†’ 18% (-25%)

Increase bike usage from 2% β†’ 5% (+128%)

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But we have no clue on how is it going.

What's the best way to track these changes?

We want to prosecute government actions through data.

We also have no clue if Covid has increased bike usage.

2nd QUESTION:

how DO we prove streets designed for
moving people are more efficient than streets designed for moving cars?

But also, do we need streets focused on mobility at all?

3rd QUESTION:

how can we increase
cars occupancy?

4th QUESTION:

How can we have a better
urban goods distribution?

Can we provide sustainable deliveries?
Scheduled operation times?Β 

5th question:

what's the best strategy to persuade people, specially car owners, that we need public policies to discourage car usage?

Congestion or pollution taxes, reducing car lanes, reducing
public parking space, increasing car registration taxes, etc.

6th question:

how can we encourage
more people to bike?

Is it just safe infrastructure?
Or there are other strategies?

7TH QUESTION:

electrifying mobility
will safe us?

8TH QUESTION:

reducing cars on cities, is it
going to kill local commerce?Β 

9TH QUESTION:

can we build policies that DIFFERENTIATE BETWEEN FORCED
AND non-essential mobility?

And between journeys that have real sustainable
transportation alternatives and one that it doesn't?

10th question:

how can we encourage
more people to use pT?

Is it a supply problem?
What about the status prejudices?

thanks!

πŸ‘©β€πŸ’» www.eixamplerespira.com
πŸ™‹ EIXAMPLE.RESPIRA@GMAIL.COM
guillelopezgines@gmail.com

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Pollution & mobility. From an activist perspective.

By Guille Lopez

Pollution & mobility. From an activist perspective.

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