Tentative program outline for UMI 10th - CODATU XVII Conference

10th URBAN MOBILITY India conference 2017 & CODATU XVII Conference
4th to 6th November, Hyderabad
Theme : Intelligent, inclusive & sustainable mobility


Pre-event 3rd November 2017 (15:00 – 18:00)
15:00 - 18:00 Registration
Day 1 – 4th November 2017 (09:30 – 13:20)
09:30 - 11:30 Registration

11:30 - 12:00

Inaugural of the exhibition

12:00 - 13:20

Inaugural Session
  • Welcome Address by Secretary (UD), Ministry of Housing and Urban Affairs
  • Address by Dominique Bussereau, President CODATU
  • Special Address by Ms. Elisabeth Borne, French Minister of Transport
  • Special Address  by Mr. Alain Juppé, Mayor of Bordeaux and former Prime Minister, France
  • Address by Hon’ble Chief Minister, Government of Telangana
  • Release of publications on Urban Transport by Chief Guest
  • Inaugural address by Hon’ble Minister of Housing and Urban Affairs, GoI
  • Address by Hon’ble Vice President of India (TBC)
  • Vote of Thanks by Additional Secretary (UD), Ministry of Housing and Urban Affairs

 

13:20 - 14:30

Inaugural Lunch
Day 1 - 4th November 2017 (14:30 - 16:00)

Special Session 1 -

Inclusive and Sustainable Mobility

Welcome Address -  Shri D.S  Mishra, Secretary , MoHUA

Opening Remarks- Hon’ble Chief  Minister, Telangana

  • Dr. O.P. Agarwal, CEO, WRI
  • Shri N.V.S. Reddy, MD, Hyderabad Metro Rail Corporation Ltd.
  • Mr Vivek Agarwal, Commissioner, UADD, Madhya Pradesh

Vote of Thanks - Shri Mukund Kumar Sinha, OSD (UT) & E.O. J.S., MoHUA

Joint Session 1 :

"Governance, Urban Planning and Mobility"

Chairperson: Dr. M. Ramachandran,  Former Secretary, Government of India

Co-Chair: Mr. Christian Cure, Director, CEREMA (Centre for Scientific Resources, expertise and Interdisciplinary techniques providing support for State Services and Local Authorities)

  • “The transformation of the city of Bordeaux, France”, Mr. Alain Juppe, Mayor of Bordeaux and President of Bordeaux Metropolis
  • Ms. Francoise Rossignol, elected member of GART (Association of French public transport authorities)
  • Shri V. Ravichandran, Tender for Sure
  • Shri C.S. R K. Prasad, Professor, NIT Warangal
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Joint Session 2 :

"Electric Mobility"

Chairperson: Dr. Sudhir Krishna, Former Secretary, Government of India

  • Shri Shashi Shekhar, Retd. Secretary, Government of India
  • Fame Policy: providing impetus to Clean Mobility in India - Joint Secretary, Department of Heavy Industry
  • Electric Mobility for the city of Hyderabad - Subash Dhar, UNEP DTU
  • Electric freight transport - SNCF

Joint Session 3

"Multimodal Integration: case studies from all over the world"

Chairperson: Dr. Mangu Singh, Managing Director, Delhi Metro Rail Corporation Ltd.

Co-chair: Mr. Pedro Ortiz, Urban Planner

  • Ms. Annie Guillemot, Former president of SYTRAL (Transport Authority of Lyon)
  • Mr. Eric Diserbeau, Rennes Metropolis
  • Shri Elias George, CMD, Kochi Metro
  • Mr Amit Bhatt, WRI
   

Joint Session 4 :

"Inclusive planning, mobility for All "

Chairperson: Shri Brijesh Dixit, Managing Director, Maha Metro Rail Corporation Ltd.

  • Mr. Frederic Baverez, CEO of KEOLIS
  • Mr. Jean-Baptiste Gernet, deputy mayor of Strasbourg, in charge of mobilities
  • Mr. Pierre Serne, Director of the network of cyclable cities
  • Urban Poor and their Mobility Challenges –Dr Pawan Kumar, Associate TCP, TCPO, GoI
  • Bicycle Sharing Project, Mysore
Tea Break (16:00 - 17:00)
Day 1 - 4th November 2017 (17:00 - 18:30)

Special Session 2 -

Intelligent Mobility

Welcome Address -  Shri Sameer Sharma, Additional Secretary, MoHUA

Opening Remarks- Shri K.T. Rama Rao, Hon’ble Deputy Chief Minister, Telangana

  • Prof Shivanand Swamy, CEPT
  • Mr. Guy Lebras, President of GART (Association of Public Transport Authorities)
  • National Payment Corporation of India

Vote of Thanks - Shri Mukund Kumar Sinha, OSD (UT) & E.O. J.S., MoHUA

20th Anniversary session: New Paradigms of Mobility

Chairperson: Shri S.P. Singh, Chief Secretary, Telangana

  • Electric Mobility – Shri Sumantran
  • Shift from User Financing to Beneficiary Financing -  Dr O.P. Agarwal, CEO, WRI
  • Retrospective of 20 years of mobility, Mr. Ali HUZAYYIN, CODATU
  • Perspectives in the developing world, Mr. Michel LARAMEE, CODATU
Day 2 - 5th November 2017 (9:30 - 11:00)

Plenary Session 1: Smart city and mobility

Hall 2 (TBC)
 

Chair: and key-note speaker: Mr. Pedro Ortiz

  • Mr. Frederic Baverez, CEO, KEOLIS
  • Mr. Jean-Baptiste Gernet, deputy mayor of Strasbourg (France)
  • Shri Sajeesh Kumar, Director Smart Cities, Ministry of Housing and Urban Affairs
  • Shri Kunal Kumar, Municipal Commissioner, Pune
Tea Break (11:00-11:30)
Day 2 - 5th November 2017 (11:30 - 13:00)

Technical session 1:

Public Transport

Chairperson: Shri I.P. Gautam, Managing Director, MEGA

  • Urban Rail Transit for Achieving Sustainable Regional Development – Shri V.K. Singh, MD, NCRTC
  • BRTS: Shaping Tomorrow's Public Transport, an international experience – <Mr Jan De Man, Director, Bus World Academy
  • Transforming City Bus Service, Noida  - MP  Group (Sponsored Session)
  • Providing Public Transit in Small and Medium Towns - APSRTC

Technical session 2:

Land Value Capture & TOD

Chairperson : Dr Kumar V. Pratap, Economic Advisor, Ministry of Housing and Urbain Affairs

  • National TOD Policy & Implementation in India – MoUD
  • Challenges in implementing TOD in Indian Cities – UTTIPEC/ Ahmedabad
  • Implementing TOD : An international perspective – Ms Jaya Dhindaw, WRI
  • Land Value capture for station development - Mr. S.K.  Lohia, MD, SDC

Joint session 5: 

Design, funding and implementation of a tram system

[Session organized by Bordeaux Metropolis]

Chairpersons -   Ms. Anne Raimat (Bordeaux Metropolis), Mr. Etienne Lhomet

  • Presentation of Case studies from Bordeaux (Ms. Geraldine Di Matteo, Bordeaux Metropolis), and New Delhi (Mr. Vincent Lichere, Suez Consulting)
  • Experience sharing from Keolis and Egis Rail
  • Introduction of the projects in Hyderabad (Mr. Papa Rao, GHMC) and Kochi (Mr. GP Hari, KMRL)

International Scientific Committee (CODATU) Session 2

"Public transport and Citizens Preferences"

Session chair : Dr. OP Agarwal

  • Assessment of passenger satisfaction with public bus transport services: a case study of Lucknow city (India) - Dr. Sanjay K. Singh, IIM, Lucknow, India
  • Pre-determined fare structures for rickshaws when integrating with BRT systems” - Dr. Shafiq-Ur Rahman, University of Jahangirnagar, Bangaldesh;
  • Role of taxis in urban mobility of metropolitan environment: case of Delhi and Ahmedabad, India” - Prof. Shivanand Swamy, CEPT / Prof. Sanjay Gupta / Rajesh Pradhan / Shravani Sharma

Codatu session 1:

The French experience of sustainable urban development

Chair: Mr. Guy Lebras, Director of GART (Association of Public Transport Authorities)

  • Mr. Jean-Baptiste Gernet, Deputy major of Strasbourg (France)
  • Mr. Benjamin FAUCHIER-DELAVIGNE, POMA
  • ARTELIA

Codatu Session 2:

Maintaining Equity in Urban Transport in Developing Countries - Issues and Challenges

  • Meeting the transport and mobility needs of vulnerable population in developing cities - Ms. Karen Lucas, Institute of Transport Studies, University of Leeds, UK; 
  • Women's safety issues when travelling on public transport in Indian cities - Mr. Ashish Verma, Dept. of Civil Engineering · Indian Institute of Science (IISc)
  • Gendered mobilities in the development context - Ms. Tanu Priya Uteng, Institute of Transport Economics, Norway.
  • Cycle rickshaws - Mr. Ramachandraiah Chigurupati, Centre for Economic and Social Studies, India.

Codatu session 3:

Challenges of developing mass transit systems in developping countries

  • Presentation of the Safe Access Manual and workshop, by Mr. Rajeev Malagi, WRI
  • Case study of Kochi and Presentation of the booklet on “The Experience of Kochi Metro project a great contribution to the history of Indian metros”, by CODATU and AFD
Lunch (13:00 - 14:30)
Day 2 - 5th November 2017 (14:30 - 16:00)

Technical session 3:

Shared Mobility

Chairperson : Shri B.I. Singal, Former Director General, Institute of Urban Transport

  • Mobility Management in Mega Cities using shared Mobility options – Mr Bhavish Aggarwal, PDG et co-fondateur, OLA
  • Bus service : an option of shared Mobility – Ms Suchitra, Shuttle
  • Regulating IPT – TERI/ Center for Public Policy Research

Technical session 4:

Financial planning

Chairperson : Shri. Navin Mittall, Secretary (UD), Telengana

  • Public financing of urban transport – Niti Aayog/ Shri Manoj Singh
  • Balancing Bankability and Affordability in Urban transport projects – PWC/ Deloit
  • Financing urban rail through PPP – CEO, L&T
  • PPP in city bus service – Chandramaul Shukla, CEO BCLL/ Sandep Soni, CEO, AICTSL

International Scientific Committee (CODATU) 1:

"Equity and exclusion in transport"

 

Session chair : Pedro Ortiz

  • Resilience of excluded people: resourcefulness, social strategies and sustainable mobilities at Rabat Sale (Morocco)” – Ms. Meryem Achraf, INAU, Morocco

  • The two faces of mobility in Cotonou (Benin): a nightmare for poor people - Dr. Placide Badji, TIEG EEIG, Cotonou, Bénin

CODATU session 4:

How to take transport projects as an opportunity to develop social urban projects and public spaces ?

  • Mr. Thierry Gouin, Cities and territories, CEREMA, France
  • Mr. Thibaut Descroux, Town planning agency of Lyon, Urbalyon, France
  • Dr. Julien Allaire, Director of international affairs at Transitec, France
  • Mr. Pablo Salazar Ferro, CODATU

International Scientific Committee (CODATU) 6:

Big Data for transport planning

Session chair :Mr. Vivek Ogra

  • Estimating missing path on trajectories trip by using Bluetooth technology - Mr. Thana Potanon, University of Nihon, Japan;

  • Can big data contribute to improve our quality of life in big, congested cities? - Prof. Marcela Munizaga, University of Chili;

International Scientific Committee (CODATU) 4:

Traffic management

Session chair : Mr. K. V. Krishna Rao, IIT Mumbai

  • Traffic flow analysis in emerging country (India) - Tsutomu Tsuboi, Nagoya Electric Works Co., Ltd / Noriaki Yoshikawa, Cyber Creative Institute Co., Ltd.

  • Analysis of pedestrian spatial and temporal noncompliance behavior at signalized intersections in India - Dr. Marisamynathan S, IIT Bombay / Prof. Perumal Vedagiri, Transportation Engineering Division, IIT Mumbai;

  • Potentials of TDM applicability in the university of Ibadan community - Dr. Olusiyi Ipingbemi and Dr. Olawale Akogun, Université d'Ibadan, Nigeria.

International Scientific Committee (CODATU) 3:

"Travel safety"

Session Chair :Dr. Charles Rivasplata

  • Children’s School Travel and Safety Behaviour in Two Cities in South Western Nigeria - Dr. Olaniran Olawole, Université Obafemi Awolowo, Ile-Ife, Nigeria;
  • The road safety issue in the agglomeration of Abidjan (Ivory Coast) - Mr. Yao Godefroy Konan, Ministry of Transports, Ivory Coast;

  • Road safety and wealth of a country: which link? The example of Tunisia - Mr. Mohamed Souleiman Ouannes, University of King Faisal, Saudi Arabia.

Day 2 - 5th November 2017 (16:30 - 18:00)

Technical session 5: 

Intelligent transport systems

Chairperson : Ms Nupur Gupta, World Bank/ Shri I.C Sharma National Project Manager, SUPT

  • Improving road safety using ITS –  Bangalore/ Nishi Mittal, Division of Environment and Road Traffic Safety CRRI
  • Role of ITS in Urban Mobility – DIMTS/ KSRTC
  • ITS – Ms Jyot Chaddha, WRI
  • Smart City bus service  – Volvo (Sponrisé)
Research symposium 1  
Research symposium 2  
Research symposium 3  

International Scientific Committee (CODATU) 13 :

Public transport applications [FR] 

Session chair : Mr. Etienne Lhomet

  • Renewal of the vehicle fleet and sustainable development in Ivory Coast - Mr. Yao Konan, Ministry of Transport, Ivory coast;

  • A life cycle analysis of urban public transport systems in Indian cities - Mr. Sharif Qamar, TERI, India;

  • Public Transport of dedicated corridors and mobility in the major urban centers of North Africa: case study of Rabat-Sale (Morocco) and Constantine (Algeria) - Ms. Imane Harkat, LAUTES, Algeria;

International Scientific Committee (CODATU) 7 :

Transport and Energy

Session chair : Ms. Akshima Tejas Ghate, TERI

  • Impacts of fuel consumption reduction by hybrid car promotion in Bangkok - Prof. Atsushi Fukuda, University of Nihon, Japan

  • Relationship between PM10 and urban territorial accessibility conditions in Manizales (Colombia) 2012-2015 - Diego Escobar Garcia, National University of Colombia / Carlos Cadena Gaitan, University EAFIT / Jonny Alexander Tamayo, National University of Colombia.

International Scientific Committee (CODATU) 8 :

Transport and urban planning

Session chair : Mr. V.Pathak

  • The relationship between transport, housing, and urban form: affordability of transport and housing in Indonesia - Ms. Yulia Dewita, Dr. Matthew Burke, Dr. Barbara Yen, University Griffith, Australia
  • Impact of regulatory framework in urban mobility systems : the case of Brasil - Prof. Rosário Macário.

Day 3 - 6th November 2017 (9:30-11:00)

Plenary session : Metro Rail

Chairperson : Shri Durga Shankar Mishra, Secretary, ministry of Housing and Urban Affairs, Government of India 

  • Metro Rail Policy and its implication of Urban Rail transit : an overview - MoUD
  • Taking the Metro to People’s Doorstep – Dr O.P. Agarwal, CEO, WRI
  • Financing Options for Metro & Land Value Capture - MTR
  • PPP Options for Metro – TFL / Cross Rail
  • Keolis and RDTA
Tea break (11:00 - 11:30)
Research symposium 4  
Research symposium 5  
Research symposium 6  

Joint session 6:

Alternatives to mass transit systems

  • “The role of SOTRAL”, Mr. Michel Tindano, Lomé (Togo)
  • KfW (TBC)
  • Light Metro in urban Transport Sector, Shri S.D. Sharma, Director (Business Development, DMRC
 

CODATU session 6:

Session Organized by WCTRS

  • Challenges of Climate Change mitigation and adaptation in cities of developing countries, Mr. Ashish Verma

International Scientific Committee (CODATU) Session 9:

Round table : Boosting transport research and education in developing countries

Co-chairs : Prof. Rosário Macário and Prof. Shivanand Swamy, CEPT University

  • Prof. Rosário Macário
  • Prof. Shivanand Swamy
  • Prof. Ali Huzayyin
  • Dr. Charles Rivasplata

International Scientific Committee (CODATU) Session 10 :

Urban freight transport

Session chair : PK Sikhdar 

  • The role of Urban freight transport in the development of an inclusive mobility in Douala (Cameroun) - Prisca Lablonde Tene, Olinga Joseph Magloire, Douala City council / Wabo Herve, Freelance.

  • E-commerce and its impact on travel behaviour of shoppers in two metropolitan cities of India - Prof. Sanjay Gupta, SPA, India - Prof. Sanjay Gupta, SPA, Inde.

  • Assessment of freight vehicles characteristics: the case of Delhi - M. Leeza Malik, Prof. Geetam Tiwari, Mr. Ashwami Kumar, IIT Delhi, India

  • Influence of urban forms variables on urban freight trip generation models - Dr. Nilanjana Bakshi, Prof. Geetam Tiwari, Prof. Nomesh Bolia, IIT Delhi.

Lunch (13:00 - 14:30)
Day 3 - 6th November 2017 (14:30-16:00)

Technical session 6:

Urban transport and environment

Chairperson : Ms Ashvini Bhide, Managing Director, Mumbai Metro/ Shri P.S. Kharola, Managing Director, Bangalore Metro

  • Climate resilient policies in transport sector – Sh. A.K. Mehta, AS, MoEF/ Mr Ravi Shankar Prasad, Joint Secretary, MoEF
  • Challenges in implementing SDGs, Paris Climate Agreement – Mr Conrnie Huzenga, SLoCAT
  • Sustainable Urban Transport in Achieving Smart, Resilient and Low Carbon Cities – Ms Sunita Narain, CSE
  • Circular Economy - Shri S.A. Verma, General Manager – Environment, Delhi Metro Rail Corporation

CODATU Session 5:

Innovative funding solutions for Urban Mobility

Session Chair - Mr. Bernard Rivalta, CODATU

  • “Who pays what in Urban Transport”, Thierry Gouin, CEREMA
  • The role of the digital revolution
  • Case studies from Dakar (Senegal), New Delhi (Delhi Metro), Kochi Metro

Codatu session 6: 

Challenges of climate change mitigation and adaptation in cities of developing countries

  • Prof. Tetsuhiro ISHIZAKA, University Nihon, Japon
  • Dr. Ashish Verma, IISc Bangalore, Inde
  • Prof.Fukuda Atsushi
  • Dr. Tsutomu Tsuboi

International Scientific Committee (CODATU) 11 :

Transport of vulnerable citizens

Session chair : Ms. Rosario Macario

  • The role of transport in providing access to disabled youth: the case of Capet Town - Dr. Charles Rivasplata. San jose State University / Dr. Marlene Le Roux, Artscape

  • SOTRAL: which solution for persons with reduced mobility in Lomé? - Dr. Messan Vimenyo, University of Lomé, Togo.

  • Mobility constraints of children in Bangladesh: a study on travel to school in Dhaka city - Dr. Shafiq-Ur Rahman, Mr. Noor Ali Shaha, Jahangirnagar University, Bangladesh;

  • Social exclusion of disabled public transport users: insights from Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea - Dr. Oliver Page, Independent Transportation Safety Specialist, USA.

Joint session 7:

Road safety

Chairperson -  Shri R.K. Singh, Chief Engineer, Lucknow  Metro

  • Shri T. Krishna Prasad, Police, Andhra Pradesh
  • CRRI
  • Traffic management, Mr. Julien Allaire (Transitec)
  • Road safety, Mr. Ramzi Salame, Lebanon

International Scientific Committee (CODATU) 12 :

Informal transport

Session chair : Mr. Moazzem Hossain

  • Informal transport in urban fringes of Africa: an analysis based on the role of motocycles in the suburban areas - Mr. Assogba Guezere, University of Kara, Togo;

  • Gentrification in paratransit - Dr. Pablo Salazar Ferro, independant consultant for CODATU;

  • User’s perception of increasing operations of electric rickshaw (toto) service: case of Uttarpara, India - Ms. Suranjana Chaudhuri, Indian IIEST, India.

International Scientific Committee Session 5:

Equity and exclusion (II)

Session chair – Mr. Krishna Rao

  • Ms. Arundhathi, Tata Institute of Social Sciences, India / Ms. Sarah Zia, independent journalist.
  • Ms. Maitreyi Yellapragada, Independant planning resercher, USA / Prof. Subhi Sonal, Université de Reva, India;
  • Dr. Diogo Pires Ferreira, Université IUAV de Venise, Italie / Prof. Romulo Orrico Filho, Université Fédérale do Rio de Janeiro, Brésil.

International Scientific Committee (CODATU) 14 :

Planning for transport

Session chair : Prof. Marcela Munizaga

  • Integrated transport network model for strategic planning and management of Delhi transportation system – Madhuri and Alias Kurian

  • Travel patterns in indian districts: does population size matter? – Ms. Deepty Jain, TERI University / Prof. Geetam Tiwari, IIT Delhi

Validectory session (16:00-17:00)
  • Welcome Address by Secretary (UD), Government of Telangana

  • Special Address by President, CODATU

  • Address by Minister, Government of Telangana

  • Presentation of Awards for Excellence in Urban Transport & Urban Mobility Awards by Minister of State (UD), Ministry of Housing and Urban Affairs, GoI and Minister, Government of Telangana

  • Valedictory Address and Launch of UMI 2017 by Minister of State (UD), Ministry of Housing and Urban Affairs, GoI

  • Vote of Thanks by Additional Secretary (UD), Ministry of Housing and Urban Affairs

 

 

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An Event of the Indian Ministry of Urban Development (MoUD), with the support of the Government of Telangana

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