General Data
Name of instrument LR 20/97 Local public transport planning in the Region of FVG
Country IT
Spatial level regional
Type Laws and regulations
Subtype Laws
Description This regional law has anticipated the evolution of regulations about public transport occurring at national level. It foresees a Regional Public Transport Plan which establishes functions and responsibilities of both local authorities (Region, Provinces and Municipalities) and companies, addressing monitoring and control from local authorities on the quality of services provided by private companies. The Plan defines a Public Transportation Network aimed at ensuring due accessibility to public places as well as population's general mobility. The Plan identifies investment and modernization of infrastructure to be carried out. Municipalities are provided guidance and framework in the preparation of their own Urban Traffic Plans.
General objectives The main objective is achieving sustainable development conditions for the public transport system by means of increasing services competitiveness and quality. The Region is well aware that the enhancement of the transport system represents a strategic element in order to foster development.
General objectives keywords planning; mobility; public transport system;
Responsible Regional authority
Stakeholder Involved Federal state/Province authority; Planners; Private individuals;
Reference http://www.regione.fvg.it/rafvg/urbanistica/dettaglio.act?dir=/rafvg/cms/RAFVG/AT10/ARG3/FOGLIA1/ http://lexview-int.regione.fvg.it/Lex/Dettaglio.jsp?ANN=1997&LEX=0020&ART=000&AG1=00&AG2=00&AL=0&IND=0&DBA=DB1&PAG=1&RIF=2&AV=0&L=0&TIT=0&PAR=&AO=0��
General assessment of strength and weakness Strength: acknowledging the strategic geographical position of the Region, as well as the importance of transportation systems. Weakness: the environmental aspects/impacts appear to be sometimes underestimated/neglected.
Metadata
Date of entry 2007/08/01
Implementation
Legal status mandatory
Extension very frequent (> 50 % municipalities)
Comment
Type of monitoring none
Characteristics
Preconditions for implementation
Best practise example CALL ME: Transport on demand
Example Abstract This is a pilot project of the Region that covers, up to now, but few portions of the regional area. Thanks to this service, citizens/customers (over 60 or disabled people) can book in advance journey, timeschedule and itinerary, obtaining two main benefits: 1) A customized service based on the citizen's own needs; 2) The second more general benefit is represented by less environmental impacts and energy saving, when useless bus journeys without people on board can be avoided. The aim of this pilot action is to test possible alternative forms of public transportation. In order to monitor and manage this service the region has acquired a specific technology.
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General comment
Assessment
Relevance
Status weak direct relevance
Ranking 3
Remark
Acceptance
Status Municipal administration/Local politicians, Local economy/Lobby groups, Environmental NGOs, Municipal residents/individuals, Superordinate administrations and authorities
Ranking 5
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Implementation
Status
Ranking 4
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Feasibility
Status Budget/Hardware, Staff, Legislation, Know-how, Political will
Ranking 1
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Effectiveness
Status Direction of effect,
Ranking 1
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