Pilot Area Presentation

  • Belluno

    Belluno


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    Pilot area 1: Valbelluna Maps Link attachment attachment

    Surface:

    1627,70 km2

    Altitude:

    min 176 m - max 3220 m

    People:

    155.107 inhabit (2010)

    Population density:

    95,3 inhabit/km2

    Number of municipalities:

    32

    Target:


    Brief description
    The urbanized settlements of municipalities belonging to Piave valley bottom represent the backbone of the built territory of the Province and they progressively developed along the main transport axes creating a continuous tape of buildings on both the river sides. In spite of the proximity to the public transport network, the mobility choice always falls on private vehicle, which is often underutilized (1-2 persons per car). It's appropriate to highlight that public transport service needs to be enhanced, expecially in frequency and flexibility of journeys. Besides this, the origin-destination matrix must consider the spatial framework, characterized by small mountain villages localized in lesser hills which intersect the main valley bottom.
    Targets
    To provide to the different planning, managing, fruition of territory process actors (politicians, planners, companies, families) a choices supporting tool.
    The local authorities support, both as practical activities and as development of new knowledge, is the project valence.
    Possibility to finance analysis and simulation tools to show to mayors/companies what happens, starting from state of affairs, if they choose a locational strategy instead of others.
    Besides this, it can be spreaded technical and scientific knowledge specialized to support and develope new policies and innovative ideas not yet acquired by politicians and most of planners.
    The WP for the pilot project exploits the Province role as guide and support for local authorities and stimulates continuous exchange of such support at many levels, by involving economical actors too (families, companies), besides local authorities.

    Pilot area 2: Val Boite e Centro Cadore Maps Link

    Surface:

    824,18 km2

    Altitude:

    min 450 m – max 3264 m

    People: 25.446

    inhabit (2010)

    Population density:

    30,9 inhabit/km2

    Number of municipalities:

    14

    Target:


    Brief description
    Valle del Boite and Centro Cadore rappresent the most important tourist axe of Province's territory, the ancient settlements grew most along the main arterial road, together with a sprawl of single buildings without rules and services. The historical railway was replaced by a lomg-distance bicycle path, while the part of infrastructure yet existing allow the access in pilot site but doesn't offer inner service. Traffic flows depend on private vehicle only, they concentrate on arterial road along Boite torrent above all and they present the greatest peaks during week ends, particularly in strongest touristic intensity period.
    Targets
    To provide to the different planning, managing, fruition of territory process actors (politicians, planners, companies, families) a choices supporting tool.
    The local authorities support, both as practical activities and as development of new knowledge, is the project valence.
    Possibility to finance analysis and simulation tools to show to mayors/companies what happens, starting from state of affairs, if they choose a locational strategy instead of others.
    Besides this, it can be spreaded technical and scientific knowledge specialized to support and develope new policies and innovative ideas not yet acquired by politicians and most of planners.
    The Work Package for the pilot project exploits the Province role as guide and support for local authorities and stimulates continuous exchange of such support at many levels, by involving economical actors too (families, companies), besides local authorities.


    MORE INFORMATION AT

    www.morecobelluno.eu
  • The Alpine Corridor – Geneve to Valence

    The Alpine Corridor – Geneve to Valence

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    The Alpine Corridor – Geneve to Valence Maps Link attachment attachment

    Surface:

    150 km from Annemasse (North) to Valence (South)

    Number of inhabitants:

    1.595.614 inhabitants (2008)

    Population density:

    from 25 to 75m²/inhabitants and above 75m²/inhabitants

    Number of municipalities:


    The Alpine Corridor is composed by:
    • 4 departmens (French administrative division), bringing together 1 501 municipalities
    • Multifunction centers: technological and innovative industries (nearby Grenoble); economic area nearby Valence TGV TER and universities nearby Chambéry and Grenoble

    Target:


    Rhône-Alpes regional Council will seek the involvement of the Alpine corridor local authorities in Moreco project through "spatial planning around train stations". Depending on the local context, it will be necessary to initiate or participate in urban projects around train stations, and coupling them:
    - to a policy of information and consultation with the citizens,
    - to involve public and socio-economic actors (municipalities, elected officials, departments, banks, land and real estate operators, financiers of housing ...).
    Moreover, involvement of local actors will engage thinking about the challenges faced in alpine areas:
    • Considering the pressure on peri-urban areas
    • Control of internal displacement
    • Promote renewed urbanization rather than extended
    • Identify the needs of local populations in terms of housing and mobility
    Urban Agencies of Saint Etienne, Lyon and Grenoble will let available knowledge on themes like urban planning and transport, and discuss the concept of urban development around train stations.


    MORE INFORMATION AT

    Link web
  • City of Mantova and hinterland

    Mantova


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    Mantova Maps Link attachment attachment

    Surface:

    787,46 km2

    Altitude:

    16 / 54 A.M.S.L.

    Number of inhabitants:

    166.377 inhabit (2010)

    Population density:

    211 inhabit/km2

    Number of municipalities:

    16

    Target:


    • use of MORECO method and instruments as support to planning and decision maker actors
    • settlement of guide lines to be adopted in supralocal/local plans/processes, first in provincial plan adresses and then in local plan objectives/actions
    • dissemination of MORECO network al local level by province advice control on municipal plans
  • Area served by Munich Transport and Tariff Association

    Area served by Munich Transport and Tariff Association


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    Area served by Munich Transport and Tariff Association Maps Link attachment attachment

    Surface:

    5.500 (Munich region) km2

    Altitude:

    520 m (City of Munich)

    Number of inhabitants:

    City of Munich 1.330.440, Munich region 2.654.726

    Population density:

    483 inhabit/km2 (Munich region)

    Number of municipalities:

    16

    Target:


    further development of the cost calculator of the MVV, stress tests (vulnerability assessment) of the housing and mobility costs for households and individuals as well as for municipalities and other important stakeholders (mainly under the conditions of higher energy costs), improved information and communication activities to achieve a better dissemination of the MORECO results


    MORE INFORMATION AT

    Link web
  • Comunità Montana del Pinerolese

    Comunità Montana del Pinerolese


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    Mountain Community of Pinerolo area Maps Link attachment attachment

    Surface:

    100,72 km2

    Altitude:

    --

    Number of inhabitants:

    61.383

    Population density:

    610 inhabitants/Km2

    Number of municipalities:

    32

    Target:


    The Mountain communities of Piedmont have to face the competitiveness in a crisis period. One of the income for municipaliteis are linked to the taxes related to new constructions. This process of new residential buildings has started a dinamic in which the use of the sole is the considered a temporary solution to budgeting problems not considering the complex of consequences, specially in the field of mobility and services.
    The Mountain communities in collaboration with regional Agency of transport would like to elaborate some innovative tools to strengthen the pubblic mobility in mountain areas and to include formally this subjct into the local urban plans.
  • Jugovzhodna Slovenija statistical region

    Jugovzhodna Slovenija statistical region


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    Jugovzhodna Slovenija statistical region Maps Link attachment attachment

    Surface:

    2.675 km2

    Altitude:

    -

    Number of inhabitants:

    142.554

    Population density:

    53,3 inhabitants/Km2

    Number of municipalities:

    21

    Target:


    Transfer of new knowledge on approaches referring to site / mobility processes decision making of different stakeholders as well as on existing tools, data background and methodologies. Implementation and application of tools for households, planners and political decision making processes. Transfer of approved MORECO tool framework and MORECO tools for political decision-making processes to the pilot site.


    MORE INFORMATION AT

    moreco.uirs.si
  • City of Salzburg and Salzburg hinterland

    City of Salzburg and Salzburg hinterland


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    City of Salzburg and Salzburg hinterland Maps Link attachment attachment

    Surface:

    1,070 km² (Salzburg City: 65 km², District 'Salzburg-Umgebung': 1,005 km²

    Altitude:

    Salzburg City 424 m

    Number of inhabitants:

    290,443 (Salzburg City: 148,078, District 'Salzburg Umgebung': 142,365) January 2011

    Population density:

    District 'Salzburg Umgebung': 142 / km², Salzburg City: 2,255.57 / km²

    Number of municipalities:

    38 (District 'Salzburg Umgebung' 37 + 1 Salzburg City)

    Target:


    In Salzburg there is a lot of urban sprawl and property prices are very high in Salzburg city. This is the reason why many people move to the countryside in order to find affordable property. Especially in the private sector location decisions are often taken without long term impact assessment. Many new residences are orientated on short term costs and individual transport, away from good accessible and affordable infrastructure. They have to commute every day for work, shopping, leisure activities and children's activities. This is mainly done by car (motorised private transport) which causes high costs for private budgets as well as for public budgets. Other consequences are high dependency on motorised private transportation, land use without good public connectivity and service, increasing environmental pollution and high vulnerability of real estate values outermost regions in case of heavily rising energy costs for mobility. Also location decisions of building companies and political decision makers should be more focused on settlement centres, infrastructural supply and public transport axes.
    Objectives
    Governance measures coordinating spatial development and transport development are the key factors in influencing future mobility, avoiding motorised private mobility. The main challenge of Moreco-partnership is to support public transport by influencing location decisions of citizens, construction industry, public authorities and companies towards sustainable modes of mobility and strengthening of infrastructures towards supply centres and public transport axes.
    Target groups and Outputs in Salzburg
    As site decisions "where to live", "where to plan residential area", "where to build?" are made by different groups of stakeholders, MORECO tools and governance address different target groups such as private persons as well as economy (investors, banks, building companies), spatial planners and political decision makers. The developed Moreco-instruments will be new institutional cooperation between authorities in charge of spatial planning and mobility, sound methodological instruments for showing long term cost-impacts, new instruments showing spatial potentials for transport actors and new services to influence house hunting citizens and showing long term cost effects.


    MORE INFORMATION AT

    www.moreco.at
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