Transport

Report
European Conference on Mobility Management
7 May 2014
TRANSPORTATION DEMAND MANAGEMENT
INSTITUTE (TDMI) – GLOBAL PERSPECTIVE ON
MOBILITY MANAGEMENT PRESENT AND FUTURE
 The Transportation Demand
Management Institute was incorporated
in 1982 and is a 501 (c) (3) charity
organization based in California.
 Originally part of the Association for
Commuter Transportation (ACT), but is
now a separate entity
 Current composition: 4 Board Officers
and 11 Board Trustees
mission
Establish TDMI as international TDM / Sustainable
Transport umbrella group facilitating information
sharing and innovation in TDM
Provide TDM educational opportunities through
lecture series at various transportation and nontransportation events (such as ECOMM)
Compile existing research on TDM and house it in
one location for easy reference
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TDMI Website at Transportation2.org
 TDM resource links to existing
research
 A social media platform for TDM
developments/issues/ideas
 Module to tie in TDM
professionals to LEED
Certification for Existing Buildings
(EB) and New Construction (NC).
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LEADERSHIP IN
ENERGY &
E N V I R O N M E N TA L
DESIGN (LEED)
POINTS THROUGH
TDM
High Point Value for Low Cost and Effort.
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LEVELS OF CERTIFICATION
40-49 Points to be CERTIFIED
50-59 Points to be SILVER
60-79 Points to GOLD
80+ Points to be PLATINUM
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LEVELS OF CERTIFICATION
100 Possible Points
6 Additional Points for
For Innovation in Design & Operations
4 Additional Points for
Regional Priority Credits
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TYPES OF LEED
CERTIFICATION
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Existing Buildings/Operations
& Maintenance
New Construction
Neighborhood Development
Commercial Interiors
Core and Shell
Homes
Schools
Retail
Healthcare
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LEED – NEW CONSTRUCTION
SUSTAINABLE SITES (SS 4.0)
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LEED – NEW CONSTRUCTION
SUSTAINABLE SITES (SS 4.0)
26 Total Possible Points
12 Alternative Transportation
Points
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LEED NEW CONSTRUCTION
(NC)
45
40
35
30
25
28
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Balance to Achieve
Certification
Alternative
Transportaion
15
10
5
12
0
LEED Points
11
6
Points
BUS
RAIL
x
LEED NC SS 4.1 – Public Transportation Access
LOCATE PROJECT WITHIN ½ MILE OF RAIL
OR WITHIN ¼ MILE OF BUS
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1
Point
LEED NC SS 4.2 – Bicycle Accommodations
PROVIDE STORAGE, SHOWER,
AND CHANGING ROOM.
13
3
Points
LEED NC SS 4.3 – LEV Parking
PROVIDE PREFERENTIAL PARKING SPACES FOR
LOW EMITTING VEHICLES AND FUEL EFFICIENT 14
VEHICLES
2
Points
/
LEED NC SS 4.4 – Parking Capacity
PROVIDE MINIMUM PARKING, CAR/VANPOOL
SPACES, CAR/VANPOOL DISCOUNTS, NO NEW
PARKING
LEED NC TDM OPPORTUNITY
12/60 Total Points toward GOLD (20%)
12/50 Total Points toward SILVER (25%)
12/40 Total Points toward C ER TIFIED (30%)
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LEED – EXISTING BUILDING
SUSTAINABLE SITES (SS 4.0)
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LEED – EXISTING BUILDING
SUSTAINABLE SITES (SS 4.0)
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LEED EXISTING BUILDING OPERATIONS
& MAINTENANCE (EBOM)
100%
90%
80%
70%
25
60%
50%
40%
30%
20%
Balance to
Achieve
Certification
Alternative
Commuting
Transportation
15
10%
0%
LEED Points
19
LEED EBOM
SSC4 – ALTERNATIVE COMMUTING
Mode Split and
Surveys
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LEED EBOM
SSC4 – ALTERNATIVE COMMUTING
Fuel efficient/
low emissions
13%
Alternative Commuting
(Mode Split)
Telework
6%
Transit
19%
Walk/Bike
2%
Compressed
Carpool/Vanpool
Work Weeks
8%
1%
Drive Alone
(non-fuel
efficient)
51%
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LEED Certification Points
LEED EBOM
SSC4 – ALTERNATIVE COMMUTING
Points
16
14
12
10
8
6
4
2
0
Percent Trip Reduction
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LEED EBOM TDM OPPORTUNITY
15/60 Total Points (25%) for GOLD
15/50 Total Points (30%) for SILVER
15/40 Total Points (38%) for CERTIFIED
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W O R K I N G S M A RT E R , N O T H A R D E R
TO G E T L E E D P O I N T S
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Finding TDM Professionals who
are Green Building Resources
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W O R K I N G S M A RT E R , N O T H A R D E R
TO G E T L E E D P O I N T S
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European Experience
• BREEAM
– 250,000 buildings with certified BREEAM
assessment ratings and over a million
registered for assessment since it was
first launched in 1990.
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European Experience
• BREEAM
– A BREEAM assessment uses recognized
measures of performance set against established
benchmarks to evaluate a building’s specification,
design, construction and use.
– The measures used represent a broad range of
categories and criteria from energy to ecology.
They include aspects related to energy and water
use, the internal environment (health and wellbeing), pollution, transport, materials, waste,
ecology and management processes.
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European Experience
• BREEAM
– It encourages designers, clients and others to
think about low carbon and low impact design,
to lessen energy demands created by a
building before considering energy efficiency
and low carbon technologies.
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European Experience
• BREEAM- Five Key Transport-related
Aspects of BREEAM
– Access to public transit
– Proximity to amenities
– Cyclist facilities
– Max car parking standards
– Travel plan
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European Experience
Why is transport Important?
• 72% of the UK travel by car to work
• 77% use cars for food shopping
• 55% use a car as transportation for school and childcare
• All resulting in high CO2 emissions
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BREEAM credits can be obtained in this area by reducing CO2
emissions through:
• The location of your development
• Parking and cycling materials you offer
• The access to public transport
• Access to local amenities
• Implementing transport policies
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Australian Experience
• Green Star ratings tool launched in 2002
• By the Green Building Council of Australia
• First ten years (2002-2012):
– 500+ buildings certified
– 8 million square meters of space
• Ratings tools for offices, apartments,
schools, university buildings, hospitals,
shopping centers, and industrial facilities
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Australian Experience
• GBCA Green Star PILOT rating tools for:
– Communities
– Interiors
– Performance of existing buildings
• Green Star ratings based on:
– Management, innovation, emissions
– Energy, water, land use and ecology, materials
– Transport, indoor environmental quality
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Australian Experience
• A secondary rating tool (NABERS)
traditionally used to rate the actual
performance existing buildings
• NABERS assesses energy, water, waste
and indoor environment (not transport)
• The GBCA Australia’s new Performance
Rating Tool includes transport, with points
for an Alternative Transport Program
(including additional points for surveys)
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How TDM Professionals Can Register
as Green Building Resources
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Questions?
Nicholas Ramfos
Director, Alternative Commute Programs
Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments
Washington, DC
Chairman, TDMI [email protected]
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