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Group 4 Ravi Chauhan Ravindra Singh Siddharth Kapur Zaheer Beg

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PPP IN URBAN TRANSPORTAHMEDABAD BRTS

Agenda

Introduction Steering Committee Problems and Needs Addressed by the Project Team Planning and Designing Bus Specifications Advantages of BRTS Awards Users Survey Result

Introduction

Initiative of Gujarat Infrastructure Development Board (GIDB),Government of Gujarat, in collaboration with Ahmedabad Municipal Corporation (AMC) and Ahmedabad Urban Development Authority (AUDA) A special purpose vehicle named as Ahmedabad Janmarg Limited(AJL) was formed 100% subsidiary of AMC All the private players were selected through competitive bidding Named as Janmarg by CM(Narendra Modi)

Steering Committee

Shri. K. Kailashnathan, (I.A.S) Chairman Anil Mukhim Former Municipal Commissioner, AMC P.J Pujari - Secretary, Economic Affairs, Finance Department Jayant Parimal - CEO, Gujarat Infrastructure Development Board (GIDB) K. Srinivas - Managing Director, Gujarat Urban Development Company (GUDC)

Problems and Needs Addressed by the Project


Highly randomized development with localized trips Urban pull spreading out Need for decongestion Flexibility in routing Easily expandable Scope for both low density and high density passenger movement Project implementation easier Wider reach Leverages the full scope for public space and accessibility improvement Can be operated according to the city ethos Environment friendly

Team
Lead Planning & Implement Agency

Ahmedabad Municipal Corporation (AMC)

Project Support

Ahmedabad Urban Development Authority (AUDA) Gujarat Infrastructure Development Board (GIDB) Urban Development & Urban Housing Department, Government Of Gujarat Ahmedabad City Traffic Police

Team(contd.)
Project Funding

Project Under JNNURM of the Ministry of Urban Development, Government of India (GOI 35%, GOG 15% and AMC 50%)

Planning and Design

CEPT University, Lea Associates, Arya Architects, Multi Media, Coordinates Infrastructure, ITDP, CDAC

Project Management Consultants

Lea Associates South Asia Pvt. Ltd. (LASA)

Team(contd..)
Contractors /Service Providers

Road Infrastructure Works: Roman Tarmet and IRB Ltd. Bus Station Works: M/s Nila Infrastructure Bus Operator: Chartered Speed Pvt. Ltd. ITS and Ticketing: Vayam GMV Intelligent Transportation Pvt. Ltd., Automated Doors: Technocrats Systems Pvt. Ltd. Automated Traffic Signal System: Webel with Technical Support from CDAC

Planning and Designing

CEPT University spearheaded the planning and implementation of BRTS by mapping various corridors and feeder networks

Feasibility Report Detailed Project Report Detailed System Design and Implementation Support

Project Description

The project was undertaken in 2 phases

Phase I

From RTO Pirana Total Distance 12.5 km Open for Public since 14th Oct 09

Phase II includes to increase the system length to 40 kms by December 2009 and to 84 kms by July 2010 4.5 km long elevated BRT was also included

Number of stations- 75 Bus Stations

Daily ridership- 1,15,000

Activities done to Achieve the Desired Goals


Travel Characteristics 2006 Item Phase-1 Phase-2

Gross Density (p/Ha.) % HHs with personal

106 82 8728 1.14 5.6

Number of corridors Length

5 58 493 8.5 11-08-2006

6 30.5 (4.5 kms

Vehicles
Avg. Monthly Income (Rs) Trip Rate (Tot-> 1 km) Avg. Trip Length

approved (Kms)
Approved Cost (` Crores) Cost per km Date of Approval

elevated)
488 15 19-08-2008

Exp. Year of Commissioning October 24, 2009 12.5 kms December 25, 2009

% Bus trips

15

05.5 Kms March 25, 2005 -08.0 kms Balance over the next 18 months

% IPTS Trips
%Bicycle Trips

9
18

Road Width: < 24 m 5.2 %, 24-30m 22.4%, 3045m 28%, 45-60m 47% Pavement Type: Bitumen, Mastic at some Bus Stations

ROAD DESIGNCROSS SECTIONS

ROAD CROSS SECTION 40 m RoW MEDIAN BUS LANE

2.0 m Footpath
2.0 m Cycle track 2.0 m Parking 9.25 m Mixed Traffic lane 0.85 m footpath/Bus platform 7.3 m - BRT Lane

Bus Specifications

Low floor buses Large central doors on both sides for flexibility in operations Additional door in the front of bus

Bus provided by Tata Motors, Volvo and Mercedes Benz

Advantages of BRTS

High quality & ambitious rapid transit system Delivers fast, comfortable and costly Vehicles travel in exclusive lanes, thus avoiding congestion Easy boarding and alighting facilities for the passengers Bus stops, special low floor buses Electronic ticketing system Automated doors and Traffic signal system

Awards

Ahmedabad Janmarg BRTS awarded Best Mass Rapid Transit System in India during 2009 Won the prestigious 2010 Sustainable Transport Award from the Transportation Research Board in Washington. National Award for Award for Excellence in the category of Best IMTS Project 2011 from Government of India International Award for Design Daring Ambition Award and Knowledge and Research Award 2011 at 59th UITP World Congress, Dubai

Ahmedabad BRTS can be treated as a success story in the field of Urban Transport

Users Survey Result

TRAVELING BY BRTS SAVES TIME

Do you feel safe while travelling by BRTS buses

Do the buses of BRTS run on time

Thank You