Maintenance Fleet Manager
Operations, TPER S.P.A.
Bologna, ItalyGraduated in: Mechanical Engineering (1), Political Science (2) and Economy, Market and Institution (3). rnFleet manager of the city of Bologna since October 1998. rnWrote books and papers concerning public transport operations. rnLecturer at the Engineering Faculty of Bologna Italy. rnStarted in is company with Life cycle cost methodology since 2001 and is continuing since now a days. rnFleet manager expert for some EU project concerning PT and sustainability of vehicles. rnPart of the Tper spa team that stated with: electrical, CNG and LNG fleet; with a large project. rnUITP Bus World 2017 Kortrijk speaker, IT TRANS 2018 Karlsruhe, EBSF 2 expert.
The “Transition” of the PTO fleets, under target for 2030, analized by means of some robust models
The PTO organization network for the buses management are the main arena for a good resolution of this challenge. Main objective of this paper is to delivery some tested and clear methodological models for evaluation of the operational strategy of the PTO by the correlation of:
-Sustainability fleet development (traction system & depot activities) vs fleet maintenance in-out sourcing;
-maintenance knowledge vs fleet age and technical characteristic;
-dynamic analysis from now to 2030 of different improvement plans of one specific buses fleet;
-eBus charge characteristic vs exploitation and depot activities.
This models was developed by University of Bologna and applied in Tper spa strategic analysis, since ’90, and are in use for training and strategic choices in different PTO companies.By using those frameworks each PTO can understand well his specific journey from yesterday (!) to 2030