IRPTN Hearings - Polokwane

Report
DOT HEARINGS: PTI AND PTNO APPLICATION
10 SEPTEMBER 2013
PRESENTATION OVERVIEW
1. Executive Summary
2. Polokwane IRPTS
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Current context and response
Full network design
Transit oriented land use
Institutional arrangements with
Province
Management capacity, political support
and stakeholder buy-in
3. 2012/13 Progress and Spending
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PTI allocations, rollover and spending
4. 2013/14 Progress and Spending
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Current year progress on spending
5. Plans for 2014 MTEF
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Worst-case scenario
Best case scenario
POLOKWANE: CITY OF THE STARS
THE DUAL APPROACH
Phase 4
Phase 2
Phase 3 & 4 – Intervention Focus
• Build on current systems
• Restructure Public Transport Operational Grant (PTOG) &
achieve industry transformation
• Provide reliable, safe, scheduled, public transport
• BUT not entrench current spatial and mobility patterns
High
Quality PT
Phase 3
Phase 1
Phase 1 &2 – Intervention Focus:
• High quality public transport system facilitated by dedicated infrastructure
• Regenerate the CBD
• High density development
• Promote spatial in-filling
EXCITEMENT IS GROWING
Millions
PROJECT CHALLENGES
R 250
Project expenditure
• More pictures
Projected
expenditure
R 200
R 150
Increase in our
institutional
capacity
R 100
R 50
R0
2010-2011
2011-2012
2012-2013
2013-2014
WHY WE ARE HERE
MTEF
R’m
PTI
2013/14 2014/15 2015/16 2016/17
2017/18
2018/19
2019/20
R 199
R456
R261
R211
R299
R171
R148
PTNO
R0
R0
R44
R151
R148
R171
R202
TOTAL
R199
R456
R301
R362
R447
R342
R350
Year
Current
1
2
4
5
6
Phase 1: Seshego
Phase 3: Mankweng
3
Phase 2: Moletji
Phase 4: North West/ Koloti
PIRPTS DESCRIPTION
POLOKWANE CURRENT CONTEXT
Population: 630 000
Mean Monthly HH Income: R2000
Large number of rural remote
settlements connected by
subsidised buses & MBTs
Residential pop. concentration in
NW (10km - 20km out)
Fast growing urban area with strong
CBD
20km
Summary: Low income, mixed density, mixed urban - rural
40km
POLOKWANE CURRENT CONTEXT
Public transport provides an
opportunity to address our
urban and spatial planning
challenges
THE DUAL APPROACH
Rapid Transit
Phase 2
Phase 1
Phase 1 &2 – Intervention Focus:
• High quality public transport system facilitated by
dedicated infrastructure
• Regenerate the CBD
• High density development
• Promote spatial in-filling
THE DUAL APPROACH
Restructured Transit
Phase 4
Phase 3
Phase 3 & 4 – Intervention Focus
• Build on current systems
• Restructure Public Transport Operational Grant (PTOG) &
achieve industry transformation
• Provide reliable, safe, scheduled, public transport
• BUT not entrench current spatial and mobility patterns
TRANSIT ORIENTED LAND USE
Essential services
in rural areas
Infilling between
Seshego and CBD
The Dual Approach
• Phase 1 & 2: Rapid transit system encourages spatial
infilling between Seshego & CBD
• Phase 3: Establishes Mankweng as an economic hub,
while linking it with the CBD
• Phase 4: Provides essential service to city
Development of
stand alone
urban hub
PHASE 1 & 2 – SYSTEM DESCRIPTION
PIRPTS System Description
• Trunk & Trunk Extension Design
• 80% of route residential, 54,000hh
• 20,000 pax/peak period
• 80% of hh within 500m of PIRTN
• 4 million vehicle kms/year
• 12.5 million passenger trips/year
E
Phase 2
Phase 1
PIRPTS Vehicles
• 151 x solo buses (65 capacity)
• 35 x midi buses (25)
Total: 186
PHASE 1 & 2 - INFRASTRUCTURE
PIRPTS Infrastructure
• 12 km trunk lane
• 6.6 km of trunk dedicated lane
• 7 trunk extensions
• 5 feeder routes
• 6 trunk stations
• Church Street pedestrianized &
dedicated to public transport
• 2 Depots
E
Phase 2
Phase 1
PHASE 1 & 2 – DEDICATED LANE ASSESSMENT
E
Recommendation: Two Dedicated Lanes
 Travel time advantage
 A differentiated service
 Lower enforcement challenges
 Lower safety risks
 Lower costs
Current Situation
•Dual carriage way to CBD
• Main access road with increasing
congestion
C
Interventions Explored:
B
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Mixed Traffic (no dedicated lane)
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An Off-Peak Contra-Flow Lane
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Single Median Bus Way
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Two Dedicated Lanes (B to C)
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Full trunk dedicated lanes
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Full trunk, strengthened
dedicated lanes
PHASE 3 – MANKWENG DESIGN
MANKWENG CENTRAL NODE
60 Standard Buses providing
15 000 pax trips per day on
Polokwane to Mankweng
trunk route.
Design:
• Feeders to centralised
Mankweng interchange
• Trunk route running to
CBD
Focus:
• Formalise and integrate
current Mini-Bus Taxi
(MBT) & Bus Services
• Use existing vehicles
• Offering operational
efficiencies
• Improve connectivity,
peak & off-peak
availability
• Safe and reliable
• Restructuring current
PTOG contracts
• Integrated Fare
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Management
PHASE 4 - NW/KOLOTI DESIGN
Restructure existing
25 Buses + 35 MTB’s
to feed into transfer terminal of
PIRPTS at Moletjie.
Approx. 4500 pax trips per day.
Design:
• Feeders to Koloti Interchange or to
edge of Perskebuilt
• Trunk route through running to CBD
To Moletjie
Focus:
• Formalise and integrate
current Mini-Bus Taxi
(MBT) & Bus Services
• Use existing vehicles
• Offering operational
efficiencies
• Improve connectivity,
peak & off-peak
availability
• Safe and reliable
• Restructuring current
PTOG contracts
• Integrated Fare
Management
CITY WIDE NMT
Cycle and Pedestrian Networks
Urban Greening
ACCESS DESIGN
• The initial draft Universal Design Access
Plan will be available at the end of
September.
• Thereafter, a Universal Design Workshop
will be held for all team members and
stakeholders to introduce the concepts
of Universal Design and Accessibility.
• Engagement of local organisations and
groups of Passengers with Categories of
Special Needs is being planned.
IMPLEMENTATION
PIRPTS Full Network
F
Rapid Transit
Stream
1
Phase 1: Seshego - CBD
6 000 vehicle seats
42 000 pax/day
3
Public Transport
Restructuring Stream
Year
13/14
1
2
Moletjie- CBD
3 000 vehicle seats
21 000 pax/day
4
Mankweng - CBD
5 000 vehicle seats
20 000 pax /day
14/15
2
15/16
3
16/17
4
North West – CBD
5 000 vehicle seats
20 000 pax/day
17/18
5
18/19
6
19/20
7
IMPLEMENTATION
PIRPTS Full Network
F
Dual rollout approach sees
Moletjie- CBD
Rapid Transit
parallel
implementation
of
3 000 vehicle seats
Stream
21 000 pax/day
4
the Rapid Transit system
Mankweng - CBD
North West – CBD
Public Transport and the Restructured Public
5 000 vehicle seats
5 000 vehicle seats
Restructuring Stream
20 000 pax /day
20 000 pax/day
Transport system
2
1
Phase 1: Seshego - CBD
6 000 vehicle seats
42 000 pax/day
3
Year
13/14
1
14/15
2
15/16
3
16/17
4
17/18
5
18/19
6
19/20
7
IMPLEMENTATION
PIRPTS Full Network
F
•
Allows for the establishment of the
2
1
full network, over a relatively short
Phase 1: Seshego - CBD
Moletjie- CBD
period
6 000 vehicle seats
Rapid Transit
3 000 vehicle seats
000 pax/dayrapid service
Stream
• 42Supports
improvement
21 000 pax/day
4
3
and delivery to the public
Mankweng - CBD
North West – CBD
Facilitates
a
smooth
transformation
Public Transport •
5 000 vehicle seats
5 000 vehicle seats
Restructuring Stream
and 20
transition
process with
000 pax /day
20 000the
pax/day
industry
Year
13/14
1
14/15
2
15/16
3
16/17
4
17/18
5
18/19
6
19/20
7
INSTITUTIONAL ARRANGEMENTS WITH PROVINCE
• Partnership with Provincial government
– Agreement on responsibilities for the
PIRPTS
– To lead to possible Inter-Government
Agreement (IGA)
• Significant effects on Great North
Transport (GNT)
– Requires restructuring following
introduction of the PIRPTS
• Phase 3 and 4 affects 2 private bus
operators contracted to Province (under
PTOG subsidy)
– The contracts will need to be devolved to
Municipality and restructured
• Cooperation around operating licenses
MANAGEMENT CAPACITY AND SUPPORT
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PIRPTS Management Unit has been established
– Significant capacity created
– Diverse skills sets and background
– Supported by strong and capacitated municipal
administration
Strong political buy-in and support
– Dedicated political structures
– MMC is the IRPTN political champion
– Personal attention and priority of Executive Mayor
Extensive industry engagement
– Frequent industry engagements (monthly with each
association)
– Provincial leadership structures engaged (ITEEC)
– Successful study tour
– Industry strongly informed and involved
A dual approach of technical and institutional transformation rollout
– Lessons from elsewhere in SA that institutional /
transformation issues delay successful rollout
Millions
CAPITAL COST SUMMARY
R 500
R 450
R 400
Phase 1 : Seshego
Infrastructure build
Phase 2: Moletji
Infrastructure build
Bus purchases will be financed
through debt and repaid with
PTI over 5 years
Phase 4: NW
Phase 3 : Mankweng
Infrastructure build Infrastructure build
R 350
R 300
R 250
R 200
R 150
R 100
R 50
R-
Vehicle Repayments for Seshego buses & Moletji buses
PIRPTS PROGRESS 2012/13
CHALLENGES & RESOLUTIONS
2011 - 2013 FINANCIAL YEAR
Challenges
» Internal Capacity, Procurement Delays & Late
Appointments, Limited Contract Periods, Project
Communications, Under-Expenditure.
» Alignment of Workstreams, Extension of
Contracts, Project Office, Under-Expenditure,
Terms of Reference limitations.
Resolutions
» Establishment of Transportation Directorate,
Clear Project Structure, Project Office, Internal
Capacity Building, Contract Extensions,
» Procurement Priority Appointment of Panel of
Experts over 5 year period, Annual Performance
Review of every Workstreams and annual setting
of scope of works, Full commitment of funds.
PROJECT TECHNICAL PROGRESS 2012/13
Workstream
Systems & Operational
Planning
Description
Progress
Technical Operational
Plan
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Phase 1 & 2 detailed plan
Phase 3 & 4 concept plan
Business & Financial
Planning
Business and Financial
Plan
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Detailed full financial model
Costs and revenues over 12 years
Business structures and contractual arrangements
Organizational, capacity and governance requirement
Marketing &
Communications
Integrated Marketing
and Communications
Strategy
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Project Brand complete to be approved by Council in June
Website and other key branding material
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Extensive engagement over past 12 months (local and
provincial level)
MOU signed between Municipality and Taxi Associations
Highly successful study tour to JHB, NM and CPT completed
Bi-Monthly Progress Meeting with General Membership of
the Taxi Industry
Industry Transition &
Engagement
Institutional
Industry Transformation 
and Engagement Process 
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Establishment of the
Transportation
Directorate
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Directorate established and staffed
Council approval of TOP and IMCS
s33 process completed, s78 Investigation underway
Appointment of all required service providers completed
2012/13 PIRPTS FINANCIALS
FINANCE DETAILS 2012/13
R (million)
TOTAL PTI transferred to July 2012
49.070
TOTAL Expenditure to July 2012
14.792
Expenditure % to July 2012
30
2012/13
Rollover requested to 2012/13
34.276
PTI transferred in 2012/13
48.703
TOTAL PTI in 2012/13
82.979
TOTAL Expenditure in 2012/13 (incl.
commitments)
81.029
Expenditure % in 2012/13
98
2013/14
Rollover requested to 2013/14
40.546
2012/13 PIRPTS FINANCIALS
FINANCE DETAILS 2012/13
R (million)
TOTAL PTI transferred to July 2012
49.070
TOTAL Expenditure to July 2012
14.792
Expenditure % to July 2012
30
2012/13
Rollover requested to 2012/13
34.276
PTI transferred in 2012/13
48.703
TOTAL PTI in 2012/13
82.979
TOTAL Expenditure in 2012/13 (incl.
commitments)
81.029
Expenditure % in 2012/13
98
2013/14
Rollover requested to 2013/14
40.546
Poor expenditure to July
2012, for various reasons
related to slow start-up on
the project
2012/13 PIRPTS FINANCIALS
FINANCE DETAILS 2012/13
R (million)
TOTAL PTI transferred to July 2012
49.070
TOTAL Expenditure to July 2012
14.792
Expenditure % to July 2012
30
2012/13
Rollover requested to 2012/13
34.276
PTI transferred in 2012/13
48.703
TOTAL PTI in 2012/13
82.979
TOTAL Expenditure in 2012/13 (incl.
commitments)
81.029
Expenditure % in 2012/13
98
2013/14
Rollover requested to 2013/14
40.546
PTI allocation in 2012/13
was R 99m. Municipality
requested this allocation
be reduced by R 50m to
reflect ability to spend
2012/13 PIRPTS FINANCIALS
FINANCE DETAILS 2012/13
R (million)
TOTAL PTI transferred to July 2012
49.070
TOTAL Expenditure to July 2012
14.792
Expenditure % to July 2012
30
2012/13
Rollover requested to 2012/13
34.276
PTI transferred in 2012/13
48.703
TOTAL PTI in 2012/13
82.979
TOTAL Expenditure in 2012/13 (incl.
commitments)
81.029
Expenditure % in 2012/13
98
2013/14
Rollover requested to 2013/14
40.546
Includes R 40.546m
committed funds, to be
spent by October 2013
2012/13 PIRPTS FINANCIALS
FINANCE DETAILS 2012/13
R (million)
TOTAL PTI transferred to July 2012
49.070
TOTAL Expenditure to July 2012
14.792
Expenditure % to July 2012
30
2012/13
Rollover requested to 2012/13
34.276
PTI transferred in 2012/13
48.703
TOTAL PTI in 2012/13
82.979
TOTAL Expenditure in 2012/13 (incl.
commitments)
81.029
Expenditure % in 2012/13
98
2013/14
Rollover requested to 2013/14
40.546
Dramatic improvement in
expenditure in 2012/13,
reflecting pro-active steps
taken by the municipality
2012/13 PIRPTS FINANCIALS
FINANCE DETAILS 2012/13
R (million)
TOTAL PTI transferred to July 2012
49.070
TOTAL Expenditure to July 2012
14.792
Expenditure % to July 2012
30
2012/13
Rollover requested to 2012/13
34.276
PTI transferred in 2012/13
48.703
TOTAL PTI in 2012/13
82.979
TOTAL Expenditure in 2012/13 (incl.
commitments)
81.029
Expenditure % in 2012/13
98
2013/14
Rollover requested to 2013/14
40.546
Rollover of committed
funds from 2012/13, to be
spent by October 2013.
PIRPTS PROGRESS 2013/14
MILESTONES 2013/14
Technical
Specifications
ITS, Control Centre & Vehicle
Specifications completed by March 2014
Full Network
Business Plan
Full network Business & Financial
Plan to be completed by June 2014
Negotiations
Begin
Industry transition engagements across
all phases with minibus and bus
industry, negotiations begin June 2014
Brand
Finalization
The PIRTN brand is finalised by June
2014 and official brand launch
Mandela Drive
Designs for full
Trunk
Designs for Mandela Drive dedicated lane
(B to C) to be completed in Nov 2013 and
construction to begin in Mar 2013
Designs for the full Ph 1 & 2 be completed
by Jan 2014 and the tender for construction
be awarded by Mar 2014
STAKEHOLDER ENGAGEMENT
EXPENDITURE 2013/14
Expenditure item
Amount
(R‘m)
% of Total Funds
received
Total expected expenditure to end
June 2014
R 199m
100%
Planning costs
R 50m
25%
Detailed Design & Construction
R126m
63%
Stakeholder and industry engagement
R 23m
12%
EXPENDITURE 2013/14
Expenditure item
Amount
(R‘m)
% of Total Funds
received
Total expected expenditure to end
June 2014
R 199m
100%
Planning costs
R 50m
25%
Detailed Design & Construction
R126m
63%
Stakeholder and industry engagement
COMMITTED FUNDS TO DATE
R 23m
R 198m
Municipality has already
committed the full PTI
12%
allocation for 2013/14
99%
Achievements in 2013/14
Since July 2013
– SLAs signed and funds committed
– Technical design underway – Phase
1&2
– Household survey almost complete
– Conceptual design of Phase 3 & 4
– Launch of PIRPTS completed
– Extensive Industry capacitation
programme in place
– Market survey in implementation
– Engagements with Province and Bus
companies
PIRPTS PLAN FOR 2014 2016 MTEF
WORST CASE SCENARIO
• Worst case scenario = ZERO allocations in 2014/15 and
2015/16
• Unlikely that the project can continue
– if outer year funding not secured to keep progress going
– Extent of funding received can vary, but PIRPTS is not
viable if zero allocation remains
BEST CASE SCENARIO: PTI AND PTNOG
MTEF
R’m
PTI
2013/14 2014/15 2015/16 2016/17
2017/18
2018/19
2019/20
R 199
R396
R218
R208
R299
R160
R135
PTNO
R0
R0
R27
R117
R108
R118
R142
TOTAL
R199
R396
R245
R325
R407
R278
R277
Year
Current
1
2
4
5
6
Phase 1: Seshego
Phase 3: Mankweng
3
Phase 2: Moletji
Phase 4: North West/ Koloti
BEST CASE SCENARIO: PTI AND PTNOG
R’m
PTI
Phase 1
Trunk,MTEF
extension and feeder roadway works
Stations and stops
Depots
2013/14 2014/15 2015/16 Control
2016/17
centre2017/18 2018/19
2019/20
R 199
R396
R218
R208
R299
R160
R135
PTNO
R0
R0
R27
R117
R108
R118
R142
TOTAL
R199
R396
R245
R325
R407
R278
R277
Year
Current
1
2
4
5
6
Phase 1: Seshego
Phase 3: Mankweng
3
Phase 2: Moletji
Phase 4: North West/ Koloti
BEST CASE SCENARIO: PTI AND PTNOG
MTEF
Phase 1
No PTNO requirements in 2014/15
R’m
PTI
2013/14 2014/15 2015/16 2016/17
2017/18
2018/19
2019/20
R 199
R396
R218
R208
R299
R160
R135
PTNO
R0
R0
R27
R117
R108
R118
R142
TOTAL
R199
R396
R245
R325
R407
R278
R277
Year
Current
1
2
4
5
6
Phase 1: Seshego
Phase 3: Mankweng
3
Phase 2: Moletji
Phase 4: North West/ Koloti
BEST CASE SCENARIO: PTI AND PTNOG
R’m
PTI
Phase 1
Trunk,MTEF
extension and feeder roadway works
Stations and stops
Depots
centre2017/18 2018/19
2013/14 2014/15 2015/16 Control
2016/17
IFM, ITS and Security equipment
2019/20
R 199
R396
R218
R208
R299
R160
R135
PTNO
R0
R0
R27
R117
R108
R118
R142
TOTAL
R199
R396
R245
R325
R407
R278
R277
Year
Current
1
2
4
5
6
Phase 1: Seshego
Phase 3: Mankweng
3
Phase 2: Moletji
Phase 4: North West/ Koloti
BEST CASE SCENARIO: PTI AND PTNOG
R’m
PTI
Phase 1
MTEFIndustry compensation
Entity establishment
VOC establishment
2013/14 2014/15 2015/16
2016/17
2017/18
Auxiliary
contracts (ITS,
IFM)
2018/19
2019/20
R 199
R396
R218
R208
R299
R160
R135
PTNO
R0
R0
R27
R117
R108
R118
R142
TOTAL
R199
R396
R245
R325
R407
R278
R277
Year
Current
1
2
4
5
6
Phase 1: Seshego
Phase 3: Mankweng
3
Phase 2: Moletji
Phase 4: North West/ Koloti
BEST CASE SCENARIO: PTI AND PTNOG
R’m
PTI
Phase 2
Trunk,MTEF
extension and feeder roadway works
Stations and stops
Phase 1
2013/14 2014/15 2015/16
2017/18
2018/19
Principle2016/17
debt on vehicle
fleet
2019/20
R 199
R396
R218
R208
R299
R160
R135
PTNO
R0
R0
R27
R117
R108
R118
R142
TOTAL
R199
R396
R245
R325
R407
R278
R277
Year
Current
1
2
4
5
6
Phase 1: Seshego
Phase 3: Mankweng
3
Phase 2: Moletji
Phase 4: North West/ Koloti
BEST CASE SCENARIO: PTI AND PTNOG
R’m
PTI
Phase 1
Interest on vehicle purchase
MTEF
Industry compensation
Entity establishment
establishment
2013/14 2014/15 2015/16 VOC
2016/17
2017/18
Auxiliary contracts (ITS, IFM)
2018/19
2019/20
R 199
R396
R218
R208
R299
R160
R135
PTNO
R0
R0
R27
R117
R108
R118
R142
TOTAL
R199
R396
R245
R325
R407
R278
R277
Year
Current
1
2
4
5
6
Phase 1: Seshego
Phase 3: Mankweng
3
Phase 2: Moletji
Phase 4: North West/ Koloti
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