A BKV Zrt. fejlesztései - Club Metropolitan Forum

Report
Status and development of BKV
Gábor Nemecz
Head of Department
Department of Investment and Technical Development
Forum for Sustainable Mobility and Metropolitan
Development
Alba Iulia , 8-9 April 2014
Contents
1.
The history of public transport in Budapest
2.
Operational environment of BKV
3.
BKV as provider
4.
Investments, developments
The history of public transport in Budapest
• In 1922 the Budapest Metropolitan Transport
Company Limited (BSZKRT) was established.
• BSZKRT ceased to exist in 1949.
• The Budapest Transport Company was
established on 1st January 1968.
• From 1968 to 2010 BKV provided all tasks
concerning
traffic
management,
schedule,
supervision,
operating,
maintenance
and
restoration.
1.
Operational environment of BKV
SERVICE ORDER
PROVIDER
CONTRACT OF PUBLIC
UTILITIES
•
Transport management
•
Schedules
•
Traffic management
•
Sales - controlling
•
Tasks concerning the traffic
control and the transaction
of complex transport
development projects
•
• 8 years
•
• Orderes services:
bus, raibound
(tram, subway,
suburban railway,
trolleybus) and
boat service
Maintenance and
development of vehicles and
infrastructure
•
Operation of vehicles and
infrastructure
•
Insurance of drivers and
repairmen
•
Assistance in BKK projects
• Finance:
compensation
OTHER PROVIDERS
Parts of costumer service
CONTRACT OF PUBLIC
UTILITIES
2.
Number of passengers (in 2013)
Altogether:
Per day:
~1 350 million
~3 millions
Tram
29%
Bus
37%
Suburban
railway
6%
3.
Trolleybus
5%
Subway
23%
Rolling stock (30th September 2013.)
Number of vehicles
2 000
1 500
1263
1 000
624
414
294
500
145
0
Bus
3.
Tram Cogwheel
Subway
Suburban
railway
Trolleybus
BKV faces significant losses in market and starts
disadvantageously in the contest, because of the new model
The traffic performance started to decline because of the new bus operating system.
Thousand useful vehicle
km
100,000
90,000
80,000
70,000
60,000
50,000
40,000
30,000
20,000
10,000
0
2008
2009
Villamos + Fogas
Autóbusz
Metró + MFAV
2010
2011
2012
2013
Trolibusz
HÉV
It is very impotrant in order to assure the efficiency of BKV to lessen the effects of the
diminishing performance.
3.
BKV’s service performance
(Thousand
place km)
9,000,000
8,000,000
7,000,000
6,000,000
Bus
5,000,000
Subway, MFAV
Tram
4,000,000
Suburban Railway
Trolleybus
3,000,000
2,000,000
1,000,000
0
2009.
3.
2010.
2011.
2012.
2013.
Services of BKV
Supplying public transport
Budapest
Bus
Bus
Trolleybus
Suburban
railway
Tram
Subway
Suburban
railway
Boat
3.
Agglomeration
Possibilities to keeping the passengers
To raise the service niveau:
• Procurement of new vehicles
• Procurement of modern and low-floor second-hand vehicles
(bus, trolleybus)
• Boat line on schedule
• Modernization of suburban railway station and interior
• Improving the bicycle transport possibilities in cogwheel vehicles
• Infrastructural restorations, modernizations, change of
superstructure on Grand Boulevard
• Platform modernization
Optimalization of the transport net (Connected tramlines on Buda,
coordinated transport with railroad and long-range bus services)
Ensuring equal opportunity
Giving prominence to environment (CNG buses)
Energy saving (T5C5 drive modernization, recuperation)
3.
Division of labour in developments between BKK and BKV
SERVICE ORDER:
BKK
Strategy – Planning – Ordering
Ticket and pass sales –
Ticket and pass controlling
Traffic management
External communication
Finance
Defining and guidance of
developments
4.
PROVIDER: BKV
Assistance in BKK projects
concerning public transport
Financial resources for BKV are
granted by BKK under the
circumstances fixed in the Contract
of Public Services
NEW
PROCUREMENT
SECOND-HAND
PROCUREMENT
2014: procurement of second-hand and new buses
• Procurement of 37 second-hand Van Hool CNG (compressed natural gas) buses
from Dijon, that starts operating gradually this spring in the South-Pest region
of the capital.
• Procurement of 25 +20% second-hand, low floor, diesel, articulated buses
• PKD construction: 3 + 500% new Ikarus buses, BKV as assembler
• Procurement of 15 + 400% low-floor new solo bus is initiated (diesel / dieselhybrid / electric)
37 Van Hool A330 CNG
4.
3+15 Ikarus V127
TRAM
RESTORATION
TROLLEYBUS
RECONSTRUCTION
We manufacture trolleybuses with the re-use of available equipment
and the complex restoration of the Tatra trams start this year
The construction of the trolleybus prototypes (reusing discarded bus bodies and
trolleybus electronics) starts this year. The vehicles will be 12 meter long, double
axled, low-floor, air-conditioned and capable of self-propelling.
The restoration and the modernization (with modern drive and control, new door
control, new interior) of 25 (out of the 240 units) Tatra T5C5 vehicles from the
1980s begins in 2014.
3 IK 412.81 GT trolleybus
4.
240 Tatra T5C5 tram restoration
M4 subway – a new line in the transport of Budapest
• The length of the new metro
line of Budapest: 7,4 km
• Kelenföld railway station –
Keleti railway station
• 15 new Alstom train, each of 4
walk-through units
• The stations are located
between 14,5 and 31 meters
deep underground.
• The budget of the project:
452,5 billion forints
4.
Bikás park
Kálvin square
Architizer A+ awards
Szent Gellért tér and Fővám tér Stations of Metro 4 won the competition of
Architizer.com architectural portal.
Both the professional jury and the public found the Budapest stations as the
best in bus- and railway station category.
POP
&
JURY
Curiosity
The public transport of Budapest holds multiple records:
• The 4 and 6 tram lines are Europe’s busiest lines, more than 200.000
people uses them per day.
• The Siemens Combino Supra Budapest NF12B tram was the world’s
longest walk-through tram, when it started operating
• The M1 subway of Budapest was the first operating subway in the world.
• The tram line 2 appears 7th on National Geographic’s top 10 list in the
book Journeys of a Lifetime.
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Thank you for your attention !

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