Gironde Mobility Committee – May 2024 – Press releases 2024 – Press releases – News

Gironde Mobility Committee – May 2024 – Press releases 2024 – Press releases – News
Gironde Mobility Committee – May 2024 – Press releases 2024 – Press releases – News

Updated 05/16/2024

Étienne GUYOTprefect of the Nouvelle-Aquitaine region, prefect of Gironde, brought together on Wednesday May 15, 2024 at the Gironde prefecture, the second mobility committee which brings together the institutional actors of the territory, in the presence ofAlain ROUSSETpresident of the Regional Council of Nouvelle-Aquitaine, Jean GALANDvice-president in charge of mobility and infrastructure, representative Jean-Luc GLEYZEpresident of the Departmental Council of Gironde, Christine BOSTpresident of Bordeaux-Métropole, and Pierre HURMICmayor of Bordeaux, president of the Town Planning Agency.

A true place of exchange, this committee aims to bring coherence and convergence to the action of the public authorities responsible for mobility, on the scale of the greater Bordeaux conurbation, in the current context where planning policies and Mobility policies are at the heart of decarbonization and sobriety issues.

The committee therefore decided to:

  • test projects making it possible to achieve the objective of carbon neutrality by 2050 in the form of a multimodal prospective diagnosis. This involves evaluating service and infrastructure projects that pursue the objectives of reducing congestion, modal shift and decarbonization.
  • launch the creation of reserved lanes for carpooling on motorways in the direction arriving on the Bordeaux ring road, starting with the entering motorways (A62, A10, etc.).
  • bring together by the end of the year a “conference of elected officials” concerned by the evolution of urbanization and mobility services around the department’s stops and stations which will be served by the “Metropolitan and departmental express service” ( SERM). With this in mind, technical meetings with the territories will be organized.
  • The committee also made it possible to bring together partners around the Gironde Bicycle Plan which aims to develop 1000 km of cycling projects by 2030.

The participants were delighted with the pooling of studies carried out by each (communities, State, Nouvelle-Aquitaine Mobilités and Bordeaux Aquitaine urban planning agency) to better understand the issues and problems of mobility and development and to bring out orientations strategies and joint actions. These studies contribute to updating the multimodal multipartner modeling tool, which will be available at the end of 2024.

Furthermore, the Metropolitan Regional Express Service (SERM) has been the subject of particular attention from the point of view of its urban and territorial integration. This mobility service is in fact very structuring for the planning and development in Gironde of all the territories served, in particular near stations, rest stops and express coach stops. In this sense, it requires that urban planning measures be anticipated.

Ehold on GUYOT : “I am delighted that we have set the objective of building together a prospective vision of travel conditions by 2050 across the Gironde. In the field of mobility, it is essential that we anticipate in order to improve the travel conditions of our fellow citizens while accelerating the decarbonization of transport, for example by ensuring better linking housing and economic activities with railway and road stations, of the Gironde Metropolitan Express Service. »

Alan ROUSSET: “ I am delighted with the organization of this mobility committee in Gironde, a structuring competence of the Region. It seemed essential to me that all the communities work together on this central theme of our action: because traveling constitutes the daily reality of millions of New Aquitaine residents, whatever the reason, it is an essential lever for act in favor of the energy and ecological transition, purchasing power, social justice and regional planning, as well as economic development and reindustrialization. Furthermore, how can we not take a long-term view on such issues? We must therefore share a vision of mobility by 2050, of course linked to demographic trends, technological innovations and energy costs. I mentioned sustainable regional planning: jobs, like training, must be better distributed across the Metropolis, the Department and the Region. Mobility allows the territory to live and breathe. Without forgetting, obviously, the challenges represented by the revival of freight, the labeling of the Bordeaux SERM or even intermodality. This is all proof that we still have a lot to do together. »

JeanLuke GLEYZ.E. : “Whether it is with the 1000 km of cycle paths, the creation of relay parks, the development of cycling, carpooling and above all the reorganization or creation of inclusive collective transport services, the Department is committed to local mobility , intermodal, sustainable and united. »

VShristine BOST : “ Bordeaux Métropole is strongly committed via its Mobility Plan, voted in 2021, to facilitating daily travel for residents. Express bus, metropolitan RER, express bike network… a range of solutions are put in place to meet everyone’s needs. The mobility budget is the first budget for the metropolis with 3.3 billion euros over the 2020/2026 period, i.e. 40% more than during the previous mandate. The partnership work carried out by the Gironde Mobility Committee is useful for improving the coordination of mobility policies and proposing a coherent and effective network and offer for users.”

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