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Transport for London - GIS

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At Esri UK Annual Conference 2014

The role of GIS in managing London’s Road Space
London is changing. The population is set to grow to 10 million by 2031 and the economy is recovering. London’s road space is central to enabling this growth. Alan will share with us how the team at TfL are implementing an enterprise-wide GIS as the foundation to support the planning and operational challenges associated with the variety and extent of construction and changes to the road space over the next 20 years. Alan’s challenge is how he can enable the transformation of London’s road space, whilst not impeding the movement of people and goods around the city so that London continues to be a great place to live, work, do business in.

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Transport for London - GIS

  1. 1. Active Traffic Management Tactical Deployment Alan Bristow Director of Road Space Management Transport for London The role of GIS in managing London’s Road Space
  2. 2. The role of GIS in managing London’s road space • Setting the scene – TfL does roads? • The GIS journey so far • London is growing – the challenge we face • Next generation GIS
  3. 3. TfL’s Road Management Responsibilities • Transport For London Road Network (TLRN) – the ‘Red Routes’ – 5% of all road space in London • Coordination of road works on TLRN and a further 500km major roads (maintained by London boroughs) • Maintenance, management and operation of all of London’s 6,300 traffic signals on all roads across London • Real time operational command and control through the London Streets Traffic Control Centre (LSTCC)
  4. 4. Economic significance of London’s roads • 80% of all passenger journeys (including around 10m car trips/day) use London roads • 90% freight movements use London roads • London’s strategic roads are 40% more densely trafficked than roads in other UK conurbations • London has around 20% of the UK congestion, costing London’s economy at least £2bn a year • Cycling growth has saved economy £128 million through fewer sick days
  5. 5. London Streets Traffic Control Centre Dedicated team working round the clock to mitigate the impact of 40,000 disruptions across London every year • 12,000 planned (works, public events, construction) • 28,000 unplanned (incidents, hazards, emergency works) 3,300 cause serious or severe traffic disruption 24/7 situational awareness is critical to manage the road space in real time
  6. 6. The GIS journey so far • The Games Playbook – Detailed spatial data showing the planned operational situation for the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games every 15 minutes (July – September 2012) • New GIS-based operational system for the LSTCC – Traffic Information Management system to enable control centre operators to enter the specific location and attributes of every known traffic disruption in London – Output live, spatially accurate data to 3rd parties (i.e. sat navs)
  7. 7. The Games Playbook 19/06/2014 6
  8. 8. Traffic Information Management System 19/06/2014 7
  9. 9. London is growing London’s population likely to be 10m by 2031 London’s economy is expected to grow by 42%.
  10. 10. Holborn Circus Wood Green Town CentreAldgate High Street London BridgeVauxhall East-West Cycle Route North-South Cycle Route Waterloo IMAX Elephant and Castle Victoria Station Upgrade Old Street VisionBrent Cross £4bn investment plan for London’s Roads to 2022
  11. 11. Next generation GIS GIS as a service built on an Esri’s ArcGIS Server platform to harness full capability of our software and hardware investments.  New, resilient servers to support the mapping component of the Traffic Information Management System (TIMS)  Scalable servers and databases needed for Surface Playbook  Foundation platform for the centralised management of our spatial data and GIS software assets  Provide map services for existing map-based applications (CCTV) An enterprise-class GIS infrastructure to service all mapping and spatial data requirements across Surface Transport
  12. 12. So in summary... • Transport for London has a challenge to manage. London is growing and the investment programme for roads is extensive. • GIS is a vital tool to help us understand where and when changes are planned, and help my team effectively manage the transformational changes to London’s Road Space for the next 15 years.
  13. 13. tfl.gov.uk