Improving the Urban Physical Framework Plan of Cebu Metropolitan Region towards Transit-Oriented Development
Local Project Workshop in CEBU, the Philippines
In cooperation with the Regional Office of the National Development Agency NEDA and the Metro Cebu Development Coordinating Board (MCDCB), Connective Cities hosted a local project workshop on "Improving the Urban Physical Framework of the Cebu Metropolitan Region to Transit-Oriented Development" in the Philippines. The workshop was tailored to the objective of networking between metropolitan urban development and the improvement of the public transport system. It brought together representatives of the local authorities based in the Metropolitan Region of Cebu as well as civil society and business organizations. From Germany, urban development and transport experts from the cities of Hamburg, Leipzig, Munich and Stuttgart were involved.
In a collegial consultation approach, good practices from German cities were presented and recommendations and proposals for action to link urban development and transport planning measures were formulated. The proposals for action in Cebu Metro in particular are directed at short-term measures which can be implemented with own resources. Action packages address the areas of urban development and consolidation, transport networks and infrastructure, socially responsive promotion of public transport as well as institutional reforms and the enforcement of legislation. The large number of small-scale measures requires the involvement of different actors, especially from the private sector and civil society, in the transformation processes.
Agenda & Presentations
Connective Cities - INTERNATIONAL COMMUNITY OF PRACTICE FOR SUSTAINABLE URBAN DEVELOPMENT [pdf, / 14 pp., 2,45 mb]
Workshop Introduction - Opening Discussion: TOD Principles and Strategies Wicaksono Sarosa [pdf, / 11 pp., 3,2 mb]
GOOD PRACTICES PRESENTATION
Understanding the Challenges in Metro Cebu: The Metro Cebu Development and Coordinating Board Experience Ms. Evelyn Nacario-Castro [pdf, / 27 pp., 5,64 mb]
„COMPACT-DENSE-MIXED“ - Best Practice example of Stuttgart Ulrich Dilger [pdf, / 12 pp., 2,4 mb]
Qualified Inner City Development - Combined with Tram-Expansion Transit Oriented Development in Munich, Germany Gerhard Gross [pdf, / 13 pp., 5,21 mb]
Mobility Stations as support of intermodal transport connections Jan Rickmeyer, City of Leipzig [pdf, / 13 pp., 2,49 mb]
Hamburg public transport association Hagen Seifert [pdf, / 13 pp., 1,29 mb]