Seventh Regional EST Forum in Asia
23 Apr 2013 - 25 Apr 2013
Bali, Indonesia


Seventh Regional EST Forum in Asia and Global Consultation on Sustainable Transport in the post-2015 Development Agenda

Theme: Next Generation Transport Systems We Want for 21st Century - Looking Beyond Rio+20


Venue:The Westin Resort Nusa Dua, Bali, Indonesia

Organizers
Concept Note
Chair's Summary
Participants
Programme and Presentations
(Day1, Day2, Day3)
Previous Meetings
Related Links


The Ministry of Transportation of the Government of Indonesia, the Ministry of Environment of the Government of Indonesia, the Ministry of the Environment of the Government of Japan, and the United Nations Centre for Regional Development, co-organized the Seventh Regional EST Forum in Asia, under the theme of gNext Generation Transport System We Want for 21st Century~ Looking Beyond Rio+20h, from 23 to 25 April, 2013 at the Bali International Convention Centre, Nusa Dua, Bali, Indonesia. The Forum was attended by more than six hundred participants including Ministers, senior governmental officials from the transport, environment and health ministries of twenty-eight countries, representatives of the international organizations and partner agencies, NGOs, and international experts on sustainable transport.

The participants of the Seventh Regional EST Forum in Asia embraced the Vision Three Zeros by agreeing and adopting the "Bali Declaration on Vision Three Zeros- Zero Congestion, Zero Pollution, and Zero Accidents towards Next Generation Transport Systems in Asia". The Declaration is based on the understanding that Vision Three Zeros in transport sector calls for zero tolerance towards congestion, pollution and road accidents. It calls on countries to devise and implement appropriate transport policies, programmes and enforcement measures to protect their citizens, environment and property while strengthening the socio-economic sustainability of the region. Vision Three Zeros can help bringing about a paradigm shift on the role of motorization and mobility in realizing sustainable development.

Organizers and Supporting Organizers
Organizers:
Ministry of Transport of the Government of Indonesia
Ministry of Environment of the Government of Indonesia
Ministry of the Environment (MOE) of the Government of Japan
United Nations Centre for Regional Development (UNCRD)



Supporting Organizations:
Institute for Transportation and Development Policy (ITDP)
German International Cooperation (GIZ)
Clean Air Asia
Asian Development Bank (ADB)
World Resource Institute - Center for Sustainable Transport (EMBARQ)
Transport Research Laboratory (TRL)
International Council on Clean Transportation (ICCT)
The Energy and Resources Institute (TERI)
South Asia Environment Cooperative Programme (SACEP)
International Union of Railways (UIC)
Dutch Cycling Embassy
UN Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific (UNESCAP)
Institution for Transport Policy Studies (ITPS)
Korea Transport Institute (KOTI)


Concept Note
Concept Note


Chair's Summary
Chair's Summary


Participants
List of Participants


Programme and Presentations
Programme

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Day 1: Tuesday, 23 April 2013
PresentationNameAffiliation/Title
Opening Ceremony

Session Chair: H.E. Mr. E.E. Mangindaan, Minister, Ministry of Transportation, Indonesia
Welcome RemarksMr. Dewa Punia AsaDirector of Transportation, Information and Communications Affairs, Bali Provisional Administration on behalf of Mr. I Made Mangku Pastika, Honorable Governor of Bali
Opening RemarksMs. Chikako Takase Director, UNCRD
Mr. Eiji HiraokaCouncillor, Minister's Secretariat, Ministry of the Environment, Japan
H.E. Prof. Dr. Balthasar KambuayaHonorable Minister of Environment, Indonesia
H.E. Mr. E.E. Mangindaan
Honorable Minister of Transportation, Indonesia
Special AddressMr. Ban Ki-moonSecretary General, United Nations
Keynote Address 1: Vision Three ZEROs: Zero Congestion, Zero Pollution, and Zero Accidents towards Next Generation Transport SystemsMr. Michael ReplogleManaging Director for Policy and Founder, Institute for Transportation and Development Policy (ITDP)
Plenary Session 1: EST in the Context of Rio+20 Outcomes - "The Future We Want"

Session Chair: H.E. Mr. Dana A. Kartakusuma, Assistant Minister, Ministry of Environment, Indonesia
Facilitator: Mr. Cornie Huizenga, SLoCaT
Rapporteur: Mr. Carlosfelipe Pardo, Despacio
Background Paper: How EST can contribute to the Rio+20 Outcomes - The Future We Want
How EST can contribute to the Rio+20 Outcomes - The Future We WantMr. Cornie HuizengaJoint Convener of Partnership on Sustainable Low Carbon Transport (SLoCaT)
Plenary Session 2: Regional Connectivity (intra-region/rural-urban linkage) for Sustainable Development

Session Chair: Mr. Kinley Dorji, Secretary, Ministry of Information and Communications, Bhutan
Facilitator: Mr. Peter O'Neill, United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific
Rapporteur: Mr. Madan B. Regmi, United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific
Background Paper: Regional Connectivity (intra-region/rural-urban linkage) for Sustainable Development
Regional Connectivity (intra-region/rural-urban linkage) for Sustainable DevelopmentMr. Peter O'Neill and Mr. Mandan B. RegmiUnited Nations Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific
Plenary Session 3: Full Integration of Transport Mode/Issues Concerning Multi-modal Integration in Public Transport in Asia

Session Chair: H.E. Mr. Sommad Pholsena, Minister, Ministry of Public Works and Transport, Lao PDR
Facilitator: Mr. Roland Haas, ASEAN-GIZ
Rapporteur: Mr. Stefan Bakker, ASEAN-GIZ
Background Paper: Transit Alliances Towards Fully Integrated Public Transport
Transit Alliances Towards Fully Integrated Public TransportMr. Manfred BreighauptGerman International Cooperation (GIZ)
Efficient Multi-Modal Integration is Key in Realizing Next Generation Public Transport System - The Case of Hong Kong SARMr. Simon K.W. NgCivic Exchange
Inter]modal Integration in IndonesiaMr. Johny MalisanResearch and Development Agency, Ministry of Transportation, Indonesia
...f...l...u...x - access to liveable citiesMr. Hans Ulrich FuhrkeGerman International Cooperation (GIZ)
(Panel Discussion) Action for Multi-Modal Integration in JapanMr. Kiyoshi OdashimaDirector for International Cooperation Planning, Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism, Japan
Plenary Session 4: Building Resilient Community through EST Measures (policies, programmes, infrastructure)

Session Chair: Mr. M.A.N. Siddique, Secretary, Ministry of Communication, Bangladesh
Facilitator: Mr. Holger Dalkmann, EMBARQ
Rapporteur: Ms. Heather Allen, TRL
Building Resilient Cities and Community through EST Measures (Policies, Programmes and Infrastructure)Prof. Yoshitsugu HayashiNagoya University, Japan
Efficient Transportation System and Disaster Resiliency - Lessons Learned from Great East Japan Earthquake and TsunamiProf. Yoshitaka MotodaIwate Prefectural University, Japan
Resilient TransportMr. Djoko SasonoDirector of Urban Transport System Development, Ministry of Transportation, Indonesia
Plenary Session 5: Green Freight Issues - Framework for a Regional Agreement on Green Freight in Asia

Session Chair: Mr. F. Budi Prayitno, Deputy Director for International Cooperation, Ministry of Transportation, Indonesia
Background Paper: Policy and Institutional Framework on Green Freight in Asia - Preparation for a Regional Agreement on Green Freight
Policy and Institutional Frameworkon Green Freight in Asia - Preparation for a Regional Agreement on Green FreightMs. Sophie PunteExecutive Director, Clean Air Asia
Development of Freight Transport in Indonesia, Towards SustainabilityMs. Elly SinagaSecretary of Research and Development Agency, Ministry of Transportation, Indonesia
Green ports and shipping in AsiaMr. Simon K.W. NgCivic Exchange
Plenary Session 6: Dedicated NMT - road safety - social equity nexus & Promotion of National Bicycle Schemes

Session Chair: Mr. Sanjeev Kumar Lohia, Joint Secretary, Ministry of Urban Development, India
Background Paper: Needs for National Bicycle Schemes in Asia
Needs for National Bicycle Schemes in AsiaMr. Roelof WittinkDutch Cycling Embassy
Greenway Initiatives in Korea - towards Building 21st Century CitiesMr. Youngkook KimKorea Transport Institute (KOTI)




Day 2: Wednesday, 24 April 2013
PresentationNameAffiliation/Title
Keynote Presentation: Building 21st Century Cities - Toyama's Unique Compact City Management Strategy - Creating a Compact City by Re-imagining and Restructuring Public TransportationMr. Masashi MoriMayor, Toyama City, Japan
Plenary Session 7: Railways in EST towards post Rio+20 development

Session Chair: H.E. Mr. Rohana Kumara Dissanayake, Deputy Minister, Ministry of Transport, Sri Lanka
Facilitator: Mr. Milko Papazoff, UIC
Rapporteur:Mr. Simon K.W. Ng, Civic Exchange
Background Paper: Railways in Environmentally Sustainable Transport (EST) towards post Rio+20 development
Railways in Environmentally Sustainable Transport (EST) towards post Rio+20 DevelopmentMr. Milko PapazoffRepresentative for ASEAN, International Union of Railways (UIC)
Aspiring to be an Earth-friendly MetroMr. Tsutomu YamamotoManager, International Affairs, Tokyo Metro Co. Ltd.
Vision of Indian Railways Towards Efficient Intra-regional (within India/State-to-state) Connectivity Linking to Country's Economic Growth StrategyMr. Sanjeev Kumar LohiaJoint Secretary, Ministry of Urban Development, India
Plenary Session 8: Financing Need for Next Generation Sustainable Transport System for 21st Century

Session Chair: Mr. IIdefonso T. Patdu Jr., Assistant Secretary, Department of Transportation and Communications, Philippines
Facilitator: Mr. Jamie Leather, Asian Development Bank (ADB)
Rapporteur: Mr. Madhav Pai, EMBARQ-India
Background Paper: Financing Need for Next Generation Sustainable Transport System for 21st Century
Financing Need for Next Generation Sustainable Transport System for 21st CenturyMr. Holger DalkmannDirector, EMBARQ
Plenary Session 9: Institutional Arrangements in Realizing Next Generation Sustainable Transport System

Session Chair:Ms. Song Su, China Academy of Transportation Sciences, Ministry of Transport, PR China
Facilitator: Mr. Rob Pearce, UITP Australia-New Zealand office
Rapporteur: Mr. Carlosfelipe Pardo, Despacio
Background Paper: Institutional Arrangements in Realizing Next Generation Sustainable Transport System
Institutional Arrangements in Realizing Next Generation Sustainable Transport SystemMr. Rob PearceExecutive Director, UITP Australia-New Zealand office
Plenary Session 10: Intelligent Transport System: A vision of 21st Century Cities

Session Chair: H.E. Mr. Adnan Ali, Deputy Minister, Ministry of Transport and Communication, Maldives
Facilitator: Prof. Alexis Kai-Hon Lau, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology
Rapporteur: Mr. Simon K.W. Ng, Civic Exchange and Mr. Stefan Bakker, ASEAN-GIZ
Background Paper: Intelligent Transport System: A vision for 21st Century Cities
Intelligent Transport System: A vision for 21st Century CitiesProf. Takayuki ItoNagoya Institute of Technology, Japan
Intelligent Transport System - A vision of 21st Century Cities - Experiences in JapanMr. Takahiko UchimuraITS-Japan
Country Breakout Session 1: Presentation on Country Initiatives and Achievements on Bangkok Declaration for 2020 - Sustainable Transport Goals for 2010-2020
Breakout Group 1: Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Lao PDR, Malaysia(Presentation / Country Report), People Republic of China (Presentation / Country Report), Philippines

Session Chair: Mr. Viengsavath Siphandone, Director General, Ministry of Public Works and Transport, Lao PDR
Facilitator: Ms. Sophie Punte, Clean Air Asia
Rapporteur: Mr. Simon K.W. Ng, Civic Exchange
Breakout Group 2: Bhutan, Brunei Darussalam (Presentation / Country Report), Pakistan, Russian Federation, Timor-Leste, Viet Nam

Session Chair: Mr. Joudat Ayaz, Joint Secretary, Ministry of Communications, Pakistan
Facilitator: Mr. Choudhury Rudra Charan Mohanty, UNCRD
Rapporteur: Mr. Carlosfelipe Pardo, Despacio
Breakout Group 3: Cambodia, India, Myanmar (Presentation / Country Report), Maldives, Republic of Korea (Presentation / Country Report)

Session Chair: H.E. Mr. Abdulla Muththalib, Deputy Minister, Ministry of Housing and Infrastructure, Maldives
Facilitator: Mr. Sanjivi Sundar, The Energy and Resources Institute (TERI)
Rapporteur: Mr. Madhav Pai, EMBARQ/ Mr. Parthaa Bosu, Clean Air Asia-India
Breakout Group 4: Indonesia, Japan, Mongolia (Presentation / Country Report) / Nepal, Thailand (Presentation / Country Report) / Sri Lanka

Session Chair: H.E. Mr. Rohana Kumara Dissanayake, Deputy Minister, Ministry of Transport, Sri Lanka
Facilitator: Mr. Manfred Breithaupt, German International Cooperation (GIZ)
Rapporteur: Ms. Heather Allen, TRL
Plenary Session 11: Reporting Back Group Dialogues, Discussion and Recommendations

Session Chair: H.E. Mr. Ahmed Musthafa Mohamed, Deputy Minister, Ministry of Environment and Energy, Maldives
Rapporteur: Mr. Parthaa Bosu, Clean Air Asia-India
Country Breakout Session 2: ADB/MDB's Round Table on financing sustainable transport in response to post Rio+20 commitments of MDBs
Round Table 1: Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Lao PDR, People Republic of China, Philippines, Republic of Korea, Timor]Leste, Viet Nam

Session Chair: Mr. M.A.N. Siddique, Secretary, Ministry of Communication, Bangladesh
Facilitator: Mr. Jamie Leather, Asian Development Bank (ADB)
Rapporteur: Ms. Marie Thynell, University of Gothenburg, Sweden
Round Table 2: Cambodia, India, Indonesia, Japan, Mongolia, Nepal, Sri Lanka, Thailand

Session Chair: Mr. Wendy Aritenang, Environmental Expert Staff of Transportation, Ministry of Transportation, Indonesia
Facilitator: Mr. Tyrrell Duncan, Asian Development Bank (ADB)
Rapporteur: Mr. Rob Pearce, UITP and Mr. Holger Dalkmann, EMBARQ
Round Table 3: Bhutan, Brunei Darussalam, Malaysia, Myanmar, Pakistan, Russian Federation, Maldives

Session Chair: Mr. Alexander Alimov, Deputy Head, Department of International Organizations, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Russian Federation
Facilitator: Ms. Tawia Addo-Ashong, The World Bank
Rapporteur: Mr. Roger Gorham, The World Bank
Plenary Session 12: Reporting Back Round Table Dialogues

Session Chair: H.E. Mr. Sam Nuon Khong, Secretary of State / Vice Minister, Ministry of the Environment, Cambodia
Rapporteur: Mr. Madhav Pai, EMBARQ-India




Day 3: Thursday, 25 April 2013
PresentationNameAffiliation/Title
Global Consultation on Sustainable Transport in the post-2015 Development Agenda
Co-organized by United Nations Department of Economic and Social Affairs (UN DESA), Ministry of Transportation, Indonesia, and United Nations Centre for Regional Development (UNCRD)
Welcome RemarkMr. Thomas HamlinDSD, UN DESA
Follow-up to Rio+20 thematic consultations and the post-2015 Development AgendaMr. Wendy AritenangEnvironmental Adviser and Acting Head of the Research and Development Centre, Ministry of Transportation, Indonesia
Incorporation of sustainable transport in past global sustainable development processes as well as in proposals for post-2015 Development Agenda and the discussion on SDGsMr. Michael ReplogleManaging Director for Policy and Founder, Institute for Transportation and Development Policy (ITDP)
Scenarios on how access to sustainable transport and connectivity could be incorporated in post-2015 development agenda and SDGsMr. Cornie HuizengaJoint Convener of Partnership on Sustainable, Low Carbon Transport (SLoCaT)
What is the relevance and consistency with national policies and plans?

Facilitator: Ms. Heather Allen, TRL
Mr. Cosmas TakuleChief Executive, DAR Rapid Transit Agency, Prime Minister's Office, Tanzania
Mr. M.A.N. SiddiqueSecretary, Ministry of Communication, Bangladesh
Mr. Sanjeev Kumar LohiaMinistry of Urban Development, India
Mr. Wendy AritenangEnvironmental Adviser and Acting Head of the Research and Development Centre, Ministry of Transportation, Indonesia
Adoption of Bali Declaration and Chair's Summary of Seventh Regional EST Forum in Asia

Session Chair: H.E. Deputy Minister Mr. Bambang Susantono, Ministry of Transportation, Indonesia
Closing Ceremony
Announcement of the forthcoming EST Forum: Sri Lanka to host the Eighth Regional EST Forum in Asia in 2014H.E. Mr. Rohana Kumara DissanayakeH.E. Deputy Minister, Ministry of Transport, Sri Lanka
Closing RemarksMr. Satoru MorishitaDirector, Environmental Transport Policy Division, Ministry of the Environment, Japan
Ms. Chikako TakaseDirector, United Nations Centre for Regional Development (UNCRD)
H.E. Mr. Bambang SusantonoH.E. Deputy Minister, Ministry of Transportation, Indonesia




Previous Meetings
Regional EST Forum in Asia
Tenth Regional EST Forum (2017)
Ninth Regional EST Forum (2015)
Eighth Regional EST Forum (2014)
Sixth Regional EST Forum (2011)
Fifth Regional EST Forum (2010)
Fourth Regional EST Forum (2009)
Third Regional EST Forum (2008)
Second Regional EST Forum (2006)
First Regional EST Forum (2005)


Manila Policy Dialogue on Environment and Transportation in the Asian Region (2004)

Regional EST Forum in Latin America
First Regional EST Forum in Latin America

Asian Mayors' Policy Dialogue for Promotion of EST in Cities
Special Event of Asian Mayors for the Signing of the Kyoto Declaration for the Promotion of EST in Cities (Seoul, 2010) 44 cities
Special Event of Asian Mayors for the Signing of the Kyoto Declaration for the Promotion of EST in Cities in the BAQ2008 Workshop (Bangkok, 2008)
Asian Mayorsf Policy Dialogue for the Promotion of Environmentally Sustainable Transport (EST) in Cities - Signing of the Kyoto Declaration (Kyoto, 2007) 12 cities

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