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  • T O W A R D S A S U S T A I N A B L E S U R A T - T R A N S P O R T I N I T I A T I V E S

    SURATTrans-Vision 2030

    A Proposal Under JnNURM, Ministry of Urban Development, Govt.ofIndia

    An Initiative ofSurat Municipal Corporation

  • T O W A R D S A S U S T A I N A B L E S U R A T - T R A N S P O R T I N I T I A T I V E S

    Just not bus and road,Itencompasses..

    Urban RenewalCreate mobility optionsQuality InfrastructureEducation and enforcementTraffic disciplineWork culture (Training & recruitment) Development of accessory facilities

  • T O W A R D S A S U S T A I N A B L E S U R A T - T R A N S P O R T I N I T I A T I V E S

    BRT Planning1. Network selection

    2. Operations

    3. Roadway & Infrastructure Design

    4. Pavement Design

    5. Project Costs & Funding

  • T O W A R D S A S U S T A I N A B L E S U R A T - T R A N S P O R T I N I T I A T I V E S

    1. BRT PlanningNetwork selection

  • T O W A R D S A S U S T A I N A B L E S U R A T - T R A N S P O R T I N I T I A T I V E S

    Corridor Assessment Traffic Generators/ Destinations Socio- Economic Factors Travel Demand Factors affecting BRTS implementation: Critical Consideration:

    Post Improvement Service Quality (perceived) -Different User Groups

    Nobody should be facing worsening situation Existing Private Vehicle users Must at least receive

    same level of service. Preferably improved level of service

    Mass transit Users Must receive substantially improve quality of service

  • T O W A R D S A S U S T A I N A B L E S U R A T - T R A N S P O R T I N I T I A T I V E S

    Potential corridors

    Proposed BRT routes (p

    Proposed BRT routes (o

    5

    Potential corridors

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    3

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    8

    874 4 6

    6

    7

    AnuvratDwar

    Savji Korat Jn.

    Amroli

    Dumas Resort

    Sachin

    Airport

    Surat Bardoli road

    Varach

    charoad

    Rander road

    Pal Jkaatnaka

    Surat-D

    umas

    Surat Navsari road

    Canal R

    oad

    Kata

    rgaa

    mAm

    roli r

    oad

    Ring road9

    92

    1010

  • T O W A R D S A S U S T A I N A B L E S U R A T - T R A N S P O R T I N I T I A T I V E S

    Corridors assessmentTravel demand

    (* Existing traffic is low due to missing river bridge on corridor 8)

    2188131636412816884Hazira road10

    2193811699418406136Surat Dumas road9

    15365362214383846*Gujarat gas circle to Anuvrat dwar8

    17613562120774563Rander road7

    324609167781156314540Katargaam Amroli road6

    454825451571963712592Surat Bardoli road5

    5136126933542237832372Ring road4

    51126726405045980116092Varachcha road3

    6126324817715405394458Dumas resort Punajakatnaka2

    5103227692005483058592Surat Navsari1

    Potential BRTBus/ IPT tripsCycle trips

    Existing traffic

    WeightageDemand

    CorridorNo

  • T O W A R D S A S U S T A I N A B L E S U R A T - T R A N S P O R T I N I T I A T I V E S

    Corridor Demand

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    Demand on existing road (without canal road) Demand on existing road (with canal road)

    BRT Demand

    details

  • T O W A R D S A S U S T A I N A B L E S U R A T - T R A N S P O R T I N I T I A T I V E S

    Regional Bus Movement Bicycle Movement

  • T O W A R D S A S U S T A I N A B L E S U R A T - T R A N S P O R T I N I T I A T I V E S

    Total Private Vehicle Volume Daily Passenger Volume

  • T O W A R D S A S U S T A I N A B L E S U R A T - T R A N S P O R T I N I T I A T I V E S

    Fatal Accidents 2004 (171)

    Fatal Accidents 2005 (230)

    Fatal Accidents 2006 (262)

    Fatality Accidents (2004, 2005, 2006)Regional Goods vehicles Movement

    5001000

    1500

    2000

    2500

  • T O W A R D S A S U S T A I N A B L E S U R A T - T R A N S P O R T I N I T I A T I V E S

    Desire lines for IPTS Trips Desire lines for Private Vehicle Trips

  • T O W A R D S A S U S T A I N A B L E S U R A T - T R A N S P O R T I N I T I A T I V E S

    BRT Phasing

    Phase 1:1 Surat-Navsari road 2 Dumas resort-Canal road-SarthanaJakaatnaka

    Phase 2:3 Varachha road4 Walled city ring road5 Surat Bardoli road6 - Katargam Darwaja to Amroli7 Rander road 8 - Gujarat gas circle to Anuvrat dwar 9 Hazira road

    Proposed BRT routes (ph

    Proposed BRT routes (oth

    5

    Phase 1Phase 2Phase 3

    1

    3

    3

    2

    5

    8

    874 4 6

    6

    7

    AnuvratDwar

    Savji Korat Jn.

    Amroli

    Dumas Resort

    Sachin

    Airport

    Surat Bardoli road

    Rander road

    Pal Jakaatnaka

    Surat-D

    umas

    Surat Navsari road

    Canal R

    oad

    Kata

    rgaa

    mAm

    roli r

    oad

    Ring road9

    92

    1010

    1

    Varach

    charoad

  • T O W A R D S A S U S T A I N A B L E S U R A T - T R A N S P O R T I N I T I A T I V E S

    Hazira

    Apparel Park

    Gems & jewelry park

    Diamond industry/ markets

    PandesaraGIDC

    Sachin GIDC

    Textile Markets

    South Guj. University/ Agriculture Uni./ SVNIT

    Public institutions

    Surat Rly. stn

    Udhna Rlystn.

    Airport

    Landuse - Population - Activity centres

    Bhestan Rly. Stn.

    Sachin Rly. Stn.

    Utran Rly. Stn.

    Udhna GSRTC terminal

    Adajan GSRTC terminal

    UdhnaGIDC

    SURAT Railway Station

    Diamond & Textile markets

    Industrial estates

  • T O W A R D S A S U S T A I N A B L E S U R A T - T R A N S P O R T I N I T I A T I V E S

    BRT Network

    Air port

    Hazira

    SarthanaJakaatnaka

    Sachin GIDC

    Surat Rly Stn.

    Dumas resort

    South Guj. University

    Pal Jakaatnaka

    Surat-D

    umas

    Ring road

  • T O W A R D S A S U S T A I N A B L E S U R A T - T R A N S P O R T I N I T I A T I V E S

    Possible Solutions Bus and NMV only Lanes on Roads below 18 M Row

    A Bus Only street in Bogota

    Access to Inner city

  • T O W A R D S A S U S T A I N A B L E S U R A T - T R A N S P O R T I N I T I A T I V E S

    BRT PlanningOperations

  • T O W A R D S A S U S T A I N A B L E S U R A T - T R A N S P O R T I N I T I A T I V E S

    Cross route concept

    Trunk & Branch BRT concept

    Trunk

    Feeder

    Trunk & Feeder concept

    Phased Expansion of Surat BRT System

    Cross-route Concept Major Movements along few corridors There are two corridors (3 routes) on which the system is running. Connecting the main CBD areas, universities, other activity areas in cities Expandable along the corridors (Radial connections)

    To be converted into Trunk & Feeder Concept at completion of phase -2

  • T O W A R D S A S U S T A I N A B L E S U R A T - T R A N S P O R T I N I T I A T I V E S

    Ridership estimation and Fleet Requirement

    Year Ridership/lakh day

    Fleet Requirement

    Range

    Buses

    2010 1.9 125-140

    2016 4.1 250-300

    2021 6.1 350-400

    Initially 2 Operators. Finally 4 to 5 operators

  • T O W A R D S A S U S T A I N A B L E S U R A T - T R A N S P O R T I N I T I A T I V E S

    BUS SPECIFICATION

    12 meter long Low Floor Buses 90 capacity; 32-36 seating Automatic transmission Seats reserved for the disabled, elderly,

    and pregnant Fuel CNG, EURO-III Compliant 20 to 30% Ac

  • T O W A R D S A S U S T A I N A B L E S U R A T - T R A N S P O R T I N I T I A T I V E S

    Proposed Terminal Locations (3)

    1.Sarthana Jakaatnaka-9500 sq. mts.

    2.Kharwarnagar CNG circle-10,000 sq. mts.

    3.Anuvrat Dwar 40,000 sq. mts.

    Kharwarnagar CNG circle will also act as an interchange point

    Facilities:Transfer stationsTicketing system/ countersOperations Control centersParking for private vehicles (cycles, 2wheelers, 4wheelers)Off Peak hour Bus ParkingCommercial set-up

    Proposed BRT routes (phas

    Proposed BRT routes (othe

    1

    Proposed Terminal locations

    2

    3

  • T O W A R D S A S U S T A I N A B L E S U R A T - T R A N S P O R T I N I T I A T I V E S

    Rail to City Bus/BRT:1. Surat Railway Station

    City Bus to BRT: 2. Udhna Darwaja3.Anuvrat Dwar4. Varachcha water works 5. Dumas resort6. Aai mata Jn(Puna Jakaatnaka)

    BRT to BRT: 7. Kharwarnagar CNG circle

    Regional Bus to BRT: 8. Delhi Darwaja9. Udhna GSRTC Bus stop 10. Adajan Patia

    Interchange Locations (9)

    Facilities:Transfer stationsTicketing system - countersControl Systems( turn stiles)Control Cabin SURAT EXISTING / PROPOSED ROAD NETWORK

    Proposed BRT routes (ph

    Proposed BRT routes (ot

    Interchange station (Rail to Bus/BRT)

    Interchange station (City Bus to BRT)

    Interchange station (Regional Bus to BRT)

    1

    2

    3

    4

    7

    9

    810

    Interchange station (BRT to BRT)

    AnuvratDwar

    Savji Korat Jn.

    Amroli

    Dumas Resort

    Sachin

    Airport

    Surat Bardoli road

    Varach

    charoad

    Rander road

    Pal Jkaatnaka

    Surat-D

    umas

    Surat Navsari road

    Canal R

    oad

    Kata

    rgaa

    mAm

    roli r

    oad

    Ring road

    5

    6

    Sachin GIDC naaka

  • T O W A R D S A S U S T A I N A B L E S U R A T - T R A N S P O R T I N I T I A T I V E S

    Transit Line diagram

    SURAT RAILWAY STATION

    DELHI DARWAJA

    SAHARA DARWAJA

    UDHNA DARWAJA

    TEXTILE MARKET

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    N D

    AR

    WAJA

    JEEVAN JYOT CINEMA

    UDHNA TEEN DARWAJA

    UDHNA GSRTC

    HARINAGAR SOCIETY

    BRC GATE JUNCTION

    DAKSHESHWAR TEMPLE

    BHEDWAD DARGAAH

    PANDESARA GIDC

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    VARACHHA WATER WORKS

    SAVITA PARK SOCIETY

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    UDHNA RAILWAY STATION

    BHESTAN RAILWAY STATION

    UTRAN RAILWAY STATION

    BHESTAN VILLAGE CHAR RASTA

    BHAGVATI INDUSTRIAL ESTATE

    KAAMNATH MAHADEV JUNCTION

    BHESTAN RLY. STN. CHAR RASTA

    ADAJAN GSRTC

    SUBHASH BAUG CIRCLE

    ATHWA GATE

    MA

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    A GA

    TE

    R.T.O

    . JUN

    CTIO

    NPARLE POINT

    KHARWARNAGAR C.N.G. CIRCLE

    BRT SEGREGATED CORRIDOR PHASE 1

    BRT MIXED

    CITY BUS SERVICE

    REGIONAL RAILWAY

    BRT- CITY BUS TRANSFER

    BRT- BRT TRANSFER

    CITY BUS - CITY BUS TRANSFER

    BRT - REGIONAL RAIL TRANSFER

    TAPI RIVER

    HAZIRA

    JAHANGIR PURA

    TO AIRPORT

    50 Bus Stops

    600 meter spacing

  • T O W A R D S A S U S T A I N A B L E S U R A T - T R A N S P O R T I N I T I A T I V E S

    Modularity for easy expansion and relocation Passenger holding area based on Boarding-

    Alighting demand Electronic Passenger Information System Modular access control units that allow addition

    of Off-board ticketing Safety Accessible to disabled Sufficient Advertising space- for additional

    revenue generation Climate responsive 24 Mts & 50 Mts

    Bus Shelter Design

  • T O W A R D S A S U S T A I N A B L E S U R A T - T R A N S P O R T I N I T I A T I V E S

    Route structure

    Dumas resort

    Surat rly. Stn.

    SarthanaJakaatnaka

    SachinGIDC naaka

    Udhnadarwaja

    1. Surat Rly. Station-Udhna Darwaja-Sachin GIDC naaka

    2. SarthanaJakaatnaka- Aai mataJn- Kharwarnagar Jn-Sachin GIDC naaka

    3. Dumas resort Anuvrat Dwar Kharwarnagar Jn- Aaimata Jn -SarthanaJakaatnaka

    4. Dumas resort Anuvrat Dwar Kharwarnagar Jn Udhna Darwaja Surat Railway Station

    Route 4

  • T O W A R D S A S U S T A I N A B L E S U R A T - T R A N S P O R T I N I T I A T I V E S

    Bus route rationalisation11 Routes

    36 buses

  • T O W A R D S A S U S T A I N A B L E S U R A T - T R A N S P O R T I N I T I A T I V E S

    ITS Applications- Components

    Operations Control

    Fare Collection

    Passenger Information System

    Traffic Signaling / ATC

  • T O W A R D S A S U S T A I N A B L E S U R A T - T R A N S P O R T I N I T I A T I V E S

    GPS/ GPRS module with two way voice and data communication

    Passenger Information System in Bus

    Passenger Information System in BRT Stops and terminals

    AUTOMATIC VEHICLE TRACKING & OPERATIONS CONTROL

    PASSENGER INFORMATION SYSTEM

    Operations Control Center

    BUS OPERATOR DEPOT

    ITS Components Operations Control & Passenger Information system

  • T O W A R D S A S U S T A I N A B L E S U R A T - T R A N S P O R T I N I T I A T I V E S

    ITSControl Centre- Software for Fare Collection, Veh. Prioritization, Passenger Info System,

    Operations Management Systems, Vehicle Dispatch System

    Bus Stations- Display with GSM, Smartcard ticketing terminal, Network elements, Proximity

    Sensors, Counters, Turnstiles

    Terminals- All elements of Bus station (3-4 times) + Ticketing TerminalsBus- All elements of Bus station + 5 users per terminalsTraffic Control- Area Traffic Control System

  • T O W A R D S A S U S T A I N A B L E S U R A T - T R A N S P O R T I N I T I A T I V E S

    BRTS fare collectionDatacenter

    Off Board ticketingOn Board E-Ticketing(BRTS and City BusConductors)

    Pass issuing center (at Terminals)

    Mobile Inspectors

    Comm. Link

    Comm. Link

    Cash collection Centers (at Terminals)

    Ticket Sale and Validation

    Cash Collection & Pass Issuing Centre

    ITS Components Fare Collection System

  • T O W A R D S A S U S T A I N A B L E S U R A T - T R A N S P O R T I N I T I A T I V E S

    Fare Collection Distance based

    Works well when trip length varies over a wide range

    Works well with open and closed systems

    Paper tickets as well as smart cards with on board ticketing

    Onboard & Off-board Staff for BRT station Monitoring

    + Conductor on board Paper Ticket

    Low Investment (~ 5 paise/ticket)

    Useful in short trips with low fare value and single trip tickets

    Flat Fare Works well when lower trip

    length variation Works well with closed systems Paper tickets as well as smart

    cards with on board ticketing

    Off-board No Conductor on board may

    required Smart card

    High Initial Investment (60 Rs. Per card approx.)-

    Less no of single journey travelers

  • T O W A R D S A S U S T A I N A B L E S U R A T - T R A N S P O R T I N I T I A T I V E S

    Ticketing systemClosed System

    Flat fare

    Smart Card Plus Paper Ticket (Initially)

    Off board Ticketing is envisaged.

    Integration Free transfers at Interchange stations

    (City bus+BRTS)

    Movement from one route to another is permitted

  • T O W A R D S A S U S T A I N A B L E S U R A T - T R A N S P O R T I N I T I A T I V E S

    BRT PlanningRoadway and infrastructure design

  • T O W A R D S A S U S T A I N A B L E S U R A T - T R A N S P O R T I N I T I A T I V E S

    SERVICE LANE CYCLETRACK

    SEPARATOR

    CARRIAGE WAY SEPARATOR BUS LANE MEDIAN BUS LANE SEPARATOR SERVICE LANECYCLETRACK

    CROSS SECTION FOR 60M ROW

    ACTIVITY AREA/PEDESTRIANPATH/DRAIN/ PARKING

    SEPARATOR

    CARRIAGE WAY

    60000

    CL OF ROAD

    ACTIVITY AREA/PEDESTRIANPATH/DRAIN/ PARKING

    1000 5250 2000 9000500

    3500 30007000 3500500

    9000 250 2000 5250 7000 1000

    FOOTPATHFOOTPATH

    250

    UTILITYUTILITY

    Cross sections Phase I - Corridor 1: Surat Navsari road (9.0 kms.)Typical 60 m Cross section

    3.0 m Central Median3.5 m BRT Lane0.5 m Separator9.0 m Carriageway0.25 m Separator 2.0 m Cycle track5.25 m Activity Area/ Parking/ Pedestrian pathway7.0 m Service Lane1.00 m Footpath/ Street edge

  • T O W A R D S A S U S T A I N A B L E S U R A T - T R A N S P O R T I N I T I A T I V E S

    CL OF ROAD

    3500 500 7250 250 2000 1750 2000 3000350050072502502000175020003000 750750

    PARKING +ACTIVITY AREA

    SERVICE LANE CYCLE TRACK CARRIAGE WAY BUS LANE BUS LANE CARRIAGE WAY CYCLE TRACK PARKING + ACTIVITY AREA

    SERVICE LANEMEDIAN

    FOOTPATHFOOTPATH

    UTILITYUTILITY

    SEPARATOR SEPARATOR

    3000

    CROSS SECTION 45M RoW

    45000

    Cross sections Phase I - Corridor 1: Surat Navsari road (1.2 kms.)Typical 45 m Cross section

    3.0 m Central Median3.5 m BRT Lane0.5 m Separator7.25 m Carriageway0.25 m Separator 2.0 m Cycle track3.75 m Activity Area/ Parking/ Pedestrian pathway3.0 m Service Lane0.75 m Footpath/ Street edge

  • T O W A R D S A S U S T A I N A B L E S U R A T - T R A N S P O R T I N I T I A T I V E S

    Intersection treatmentTypical 45 m Junction

    SERVICE LANE

    CYCLE TRACK

    BRT LANE

    CARRIAGE WAY

    BRT LANE

    CARRIAGE WAY

    CYCLE TRACK

    SERVICE LANE

    SERVICE LANE

    CYCLE TRACK

    BRT LANE

    CARRIAGE WAY

    BRT LANE

    CARRIAGE WAY

    CYCLE TRACK

    SERVICE LANE

    CARRIAGE WAY

    Provision of overtaking lanes at bus stops

    Additional lane provided at junctions for mixed traffic

    Service lane merges with main carriageway 30m before junction

    Cycle lane merges with mixed traffic 40m before junction

  • T O W A R D S A S U S T A I N A B L E S U R A T - T R A N S P O R T I N I T I A T I V E S

    Flyover Integration Surat Railway Station to Udhna Darwaja(Walled city ring road) Option 01

    RING ROAD BELOW UDHNA DARWAZA FLYOVER

    2.0000 16.7500 3.5000 3.50000.5000

    11.0000 2.000015.0000

    SECTION UNDER FLYOVER WITH MEDIANSIDE BUS LANES

    5.5000

    BRT LANE BRT BUS STATION

  • T O W A R D S A S U S T A I N A B L E S U R A T - T R A N S P O R T I N I T I A T I V E S

    Canal Road

  • T O W A R D S A S U S T A I N A B L E S U R A T - T R A N S P O R T I N I T I A T I V E S

    13000 (Varying) 4500 3500 500 25007500 250 2750 2000

    500

    3500 45002500 75002750 250

    CYCLE TRACKSERVICE LANE

    CARRIAGEWAYPARKING

    PEDESTRIAN

    BRT LANE BUS STANDACTIVITY AREA

    EXISTING CANAL CARRIAGEWAYBUS STANDACTIVITY AREA

    BRT LANE

    PEDESTRIAN

    PARKING CYCLE TRACKSERVICE LANE

    PROPOSED CROSS SECTION FOR 60 M. WIDE CANAL ROAD

    2000

    CL

    SEPARATOR SEPARATOR

    60000

    6.5 m Existing Canal4.5 m Bus Stations/ Activity area3.5 m BRT Lane0.5 m Separator7.5 m Carriageway2.5 m Parking0.25 m Separator 2.75 m Cycle track/ Service Lane2.0 m Street edge

    PROPOSED CROSS SECTION FOR 45 M. WIDE CANAL ROAD

    CARRIAGEWAY BRT LANE BUS STAND AND

    ACTIVITY AREA

    13000 (Varying)3000350050075001500 3000 3500 500 7500 1500

    45000

    CARRIAGEWAYBRT LANE BUS STAND AND

    ACTIVITY AREA

    EXISTING CANAL

    CL

    SEPARATOR SEPARATOR

    Typical 60 m Cross section on Canal roadProposed Cross sections

    Typical 45 m Cross section on Canal road 6.5 m Existing Canal3.0 m Bus Stations/ Activity area3.5 m BRT Lane0.5 m Separator7.5 m Carriageway1.5 m Street edge

  • T O W A R D S A S U S T A I N A B L E S U R A T - T R A N S P O R T I N I T I A T I V E S

    View of canal road design

  • T O W A R D S A S U S T A I N A B L E S U R A T - T R A N S P O R T I N I T I A T I V E S

    View of canal road design

  • T O W A R D S A S U S T A I N A B L E S U R A T - T R A N S P O R T I N I T I A T I V E S

    Carriageway

    Carriageway

    Bus lanes

    Bus lanes

    Bus stop

    Access to Bus stops

    CYCLE TRACK

    SERVICE LANE

    BUS LANE

    BUS LANE

    CARRIAGE WAY

    SERVICE LANE

    CYCLE TRACK

    CARRIAGE WAY

    Bus lane

    Carriage way

    Service lane

    Carriage way

    Bus lane

    Service lane

    Through zebra crossings at grade

    Subways provided at locations with high pedestrian crossings

    Separate signal phasing given for pedestrians

    Free left turns disallowed for mixed traffic

  • T O W A R D S A S U S T A I N A B L E S U R A T - T R A N S P O R T I N I T I A T I V E S

    SUBWAYSUBWAY

    SERVICE LANE

    FOOTPATH CARRIAGE WAY BUS WAY BRT MEDIAN BUS WAY CARRIAGE WAY SERVICE LANE

    FOOTPATH

    1.00 5.25 3.50 9.00 3.50 5.00 3.50 9.00 3.50 5.25 1.00

    60.00

    DL-5C 2921

    dn

    dn

    dn

    dn

    dn

    dn dn

    dn

    15.

    253.

    59

    3.5

    3.5

    17

    5.25

    20.

    259

    0.5

    3.5

    33.

    50.

    59

    0.25 2

    5.25

    71

    17

    5.25

    20.

    259

    0.5

    3.5

    33.

    50.

    59

    0.25 2

    5.25

    71

    57

    3.5

    93.

    55.

    251

    Subway design

    Subways for bus stop access will be provided at major intersections

    Five locations have been identified in phase 1

    Bus lanes and bus stop at grade

    Carriageway elevated by 1.75 m and pedestrian subway at 1.5 m lvl

    Distance between two stations will be 25m

  • T O W A R D S A S U S T A I N A B L E S U R A T - T R A N S P O R T I N I T I A T I V E S

    Subway design

  • T O W A R D S A S U S T A I N A B L E S U R A T - T R A N S P O R T I N I T I A T I V E S

    Activity areasSitting area/ kiosks

    Hawkers area

    Development 3.0-5.0 m wide Pedestrian Activity area Pedestrian pathways Kiosks Sitting area Landscape Parking

    The design of the activity area will vary, considering the activity pattern and requirements depending on the varying landuse along the stretch.

  • T O W A R D S A S U S T A I N A B L E S U R A T - T R A N S P O R T I N I T I A T I V E S

    Proposed Utilities

    SERVICE LANE CYCLETRACK

    SEPARATOR

    ACTIVITY AREA/PEDESTRIANPATH/DRAIN/ PARKING

    1000 5250 20007000

    FOOTPATH

    250

    UTILITY

    3.0 m Central Median3.5 m BRT Lane0.5 m Separator7.25 m Carriageway0.25 m Separator 2.0 m Cycle track5.25 m Activity Area/ Parking/ Pedestrian pathway 7.0 m Service Lane1.0 m Footpath/ Street edge

    The proposed storm water drain is located below the Activity area

    The Sewerage, Water supply and other Utility lines are located below the service lane

    The remaining OFC and other distribution cables are located below the 1.0 m wide footpath edge

    Water supplyDrainage

    Gas/OFC/ Electrical cables

  • T O W A R D S A S U S T A I N A B L E S U R A T - T R A N S P O R T I N I T I A T I V E S

  • T O W A R D S A S U S T A I N A B L E S U R A T - T R A N S P O R T I N I T I A T I V E S

    13000 5000 3500 1000 22508000 250 3000 5001000 3500 50002250 80003000 250

    CYCLE TRACKSERVICE LANE

    CARRIAGEWAYPARKING

    PEDESTRIAN

    BRT LANE BUS STANDACTIVITY AREA EXISTING CANAL

    CARRIAGEWAYBUS STANDACTIVITY AREA

    BRT LANEPEDESTRIAN

    PARKINGCYCLE TRACKSERVICE LANE

    PROPOSED CROSS SECTION FOR 60 M. WIDE CANAL ROAD AT THE BUS STATION LOCATION (MEDIAN BUS LANES) WITH BUS DOOR OPENINGS ON RIGHT SIDE

    500

    POLE HEIGHT = 13MTR. ( 11 MTR. ABOVE THE GROUND ) , POLE TO POLE DISTANCE = 30 MTR., FITTING TYPE = 400/250 WATT HPSV, FITTING TYPE = 150 WATT HPSV. ( 9 MTR. ABOVE THE GROUND )

    Proposed Street Lighting

    5003600 5000 2500

    2507500

    5004000 30005500 3500

    5007750

    2502750 5000 3500 5500 500

    SERVICE LANE PARKING CYCLETRACK

    SEPARATOR

    CARRIAGE WAY

    MEDIAN

    BUS LANE MEDIAN BUS LANE

    MEDIAN

    PARKING SERVICE LANECYCLETRACK

    ACTIVITY AREAPEDESTRIANPATH/DRAIN

    SEPARATOR

    CARRIAGE WAYACTIVITY AREAPEDESTRIANPATH/DRAIN

    59961

    12000 18000 18000 12000

    2000

    1500

    105

    2000

    105

    9000

    2000

    1500

    2000

    105

    9000

    POLE HEIGHT = 13MTR. ( 11 MTR. ABOVE THE GROUND ) , POLE TO POLE DISTANCE = 30 MTR., FITTING TYPE = 400/250 WATT HPSV

    FITTING TYPE = 250 WATT HPSV. ( 9 MTR. ABOVE THE GROUND )

    Canal Road

    Surat Navsari Road

    Design Criterias:

    Uniformity of street Ilumination Maintenance Free Maximum pole to pole distance Prevention of Light Ingress in Water to prevent water component pollution due to artificial light ( Lighting on bridge, Near Canal )

  • T O W A R D S A S U S T A I N A B L E S U R A T - T R A N S P O R T I N I T I A T I V E S

    BRT PlanningPavement design

  • T O W A R D S A S U S T A I N A B L E S U R A T - T R A N S P O R T I N I T I A T I V E S

    Pavement Design Selection of Pavement Type

    High Rainfalll1000 mm to 2000 mm. Flood prone Black cotton soil with inherent poor CBR values.

    Cross sectional element Type of Pavement

    BRTS Lane Concrete

    Mix Traffic Lanes Concrete/Bituminous

    Cycle Track Bituminous

    Service Road Bituminous

    Parking Paver Block

  • T O W A R D S A S U S T A I N A B L E S U R A T - T R A N S P O R T I N I T I A T I V E S

    ROW 60m

    Length 6.0km

    Existing BT 13m

    Existing CC 21.5m

    Proposed C/s Type 2Proposed cc 9.5 m(both sides)

    Proposed BT 14.0 m(both sides)

    ROW 60m

    Length 2.8km

    Existing BT 24m

    Existing CC 0.0m

    Proposed C/s Type 2Proposed CC 31.5 m(both sides)

    Proposed BT 14.0 m(both sides)

    SERVICE LANE CYCLETRACK

    SEPARATOR

    CARRIAGE WAY SEPARATOR BUS LANE MEDIAN BUS LANE SEPARATOR SERVICE LANECYCLETRACK

    CROSS SECTION FOR 60M ROW

    ACTIVITY AREA/PEDESTRIANPATH/DRAIN/ PARKING

    SEPARATOR

    CARRIAGE WAY

    60000

    CL OF ROAD

    ACTIVITY AREA/PEDESTRIANPATH/DRAIN/ PARKING

    1000 5250 2000 9000500

    3500 30007000 3500500

    9000 250 2000 5250 7000 1000

    FOOTPATHFOOTPATH

    250

    UTILITYUTILITY

    Type 2: 60 m cross sectionRigid Pavement Flexible

    Pavement

    Corridor-I Surat Navsari road (10.2 km) Udhna

    Darwaja

    SachinGIDC

  • T O W A R D S A S U S T A I N A B L E S U R A T - T R A N S P O R T I N I T I A T I V E SPROPOSED CROSS SECTION FOR 45 M. WIDE CANAL ROAD

    CARRIAGEWAY BRT LANE BUS STAND AND

    ACTIVITY AREA

    13000 (Varying)3000350050075001500 3000 3500 500 7500 1500

    45000

    CARRIAGEWAYBRT LANE BUS STAND AND

    ACTIVITY AREA

    EXISTING CANAL

    CL

    SEPARATOR SEPARATOR

    ROW 45m (Canal Road)

    Length 11.1km

    Existing BT 10.0m

    Existing CC 0.0m

    Proposed C/s Type 3Proposed CC 7.0 m (both sides)

    Proposed BT 15.0 m (both sides)

    Corridor-II Dumas resort-Canal road-Sarthana jakaatnaka(19.7 km)

    Rigid Pavement Flexible Pavement

    Kharwarnagarjn

    AnuvratDwar

    Varachchawater works

    Dumas resort

    SarthanaJakaatnaka

  • T O W A R D S A S U S T A I N A B L E S U R A T - T R A N S P O R T I N I T I A T I V E S

    BRT Project Cost and Funding

  • T O W A R D S A S U S T A I N A B L E S U R A T - T R A N S P O R T I N I T I A T I V E S

    100,000,000ITS Application 84,954,945,454Total (with 3.5% contingency)

    Sl No Particulars Cost In Rs

    Phase I1 Surat Navsari road (10.20 Km) 1,331,013,167

    2 Dumas Resort- Sarthana Jakaatnaka (via canal road) road (19.7 km) 2,596,105,058

    3 Bridges Flyover & ROB (2 x 4 lane) 4561129194 Pedestrian Subways (5) 62,500,0005 Bus stops 9,90,00,0006 Terminals & Depots (3) 2,25,00,0007 Interchanges & Stations (5) 2,30,00,000

    Project costs

  • T O W A R D S A S U S T A I N A B L E S U R A T - T R A N S P O R T I N I T I A T I V E S

    100.038.337.424.3%age

    4,954,945,4541,899,167,2191,851,102,6041,204,675,631100Total

    1,486,483,636569,750,166555,330,781361,402,68930SMC

    990,989,091379,833,444370,220,521240,935,12620GoG

    2,477,472,727949,583,610925,551,302602,337,81550

    GOI -JNNURM

    Total2010-112009-102008-09%ageAgency

    Project Funding Pattern

  • T O W A R D S A S U S T A I N A B L E S U R A T - T R A N S P O R T I N I T I A T I V E S

    BRT Institutional framework

  • T O W A R D S A S U S T A I N A B L E S U R A T - T R A N S P O R T I N I T I A T I V E S

    Proposed SPV - Board of directors

    Commissioner SMC (Chairperson)

    Deputy Commissioner, SMC

    Representative of MOUD, GOI

    Representative of Secretary, UDD, GoG

    CEO, SUDA

    Elected Representatives of SMC

    Additional Commissioner, Traffic Police, Surat

    Technical experts

    Eminent citizen (two)

    CEO-SPV

  • T O W A R D S A S U S T A I N A B L E S U R A T - T R A N S P O R T I N I T I A T I V E S

    SPV Staff

    CEO

    Communications

    Operations & Planning Administration

    Economic PlanningOperations

    BudgetHuman ResourceOffice management

    SchedulingControllingCollectionQuality Control

    Economic indicatorsFare Model

    User Satisfaction

    Support Services

    Finance

    IT Support

  • T O W A R D S A S U S T A I N A B L E S U R A T - T R A N S P O R T I N I T I A T I V E S

    Potential Transit Market Size: 750 to 1000 buses Absence of service has pushed people to look for alternative strategies (3-wheelers) Objective is to capture latent demand Modal shifts do take some time and we need to be persistent with our supply side efforts.

    - BRT operations to start with 125 buses (2009/10)- Bus operations are through PRIVATE COMPANIES- Kilometer Scheme (similar to Bogota) is under consideration- With 20% rise in fare, Semi-low floor operations are feasible financially- In addition, with tax exemption (30%), Low Floor bus operations will be

    feasible- TECHNICAL FARE and ACTUAL FARE. - Urban Transport Fund

    (Advertisement revenue, moneys from landvalue capture, grants)

    The City would consider accessing resources from VIABILITY GAP FUND.

    Sustainability of Bus Operations

  • T O W A R D S A S U S T A I N A B L E S U R A T - T R A N S P O R T I N I T I A T I V E S

    BRTS IMPLEMENTATION STRATEGIES

  • T O W A R D S A S U S T A I N A B L E S U R A T - T R A N S P O R T I N I T I A T I V E S

    Ensuring success of BRTS

    Planning ahead Detailed implementation plan Project management by professionals Interdepartmental coordination Preparation of operational plan Financial support Securing public enthusiasm and

    cooperation

  • T O W A R D S A S U S T A I N A B L E S U R A T - T R A N S P O R T I N I T I A T I V E S

    Planning ahead

    Structuring of viable routes Reconfirming travel demand through

    accurate surveys Securing right of way on identified

    stretches. Detailed engineering drawings matched to

    site conditions Mapping of utilities

  • T O W A R D S A S U S T A I N A B L E S U R A T - T R A N S P O R T I N I T I A T I V E S

    Detailed implementation plan

    Preparation of implementation schedule Detailed implementation plan for every

    stretch (intersection to intersection) Development of service roads/ diversion

    roads prior to start of work Relocation of hutments under BSUP Shifting of utilities Simultaneous development of terminals,

    depots and intersections.

  • T O W A R D S A S U S T A I N A B L E S U R A T - T R A N S P O R T I N I T I A T I V E S

    Project management by professionals

    Setting up of SPV/ Independent agency Recruitment of professionals with proven

    expertise Transport planners Transportation and road engineers Project managers PR professionals

    Dedicated cell in SMC for project period for close monitoring on timelines

  • T O W A R D S A S U S T A I N A B L E S U R A T - T R A N S P O R T I N I T I A T I V E S

    Interdepartmental coordination Coordination within SMC and with other agencies police, RTO, Utilities,

    GSRTC ) For:

    Timely approvals and clearances Public communication of project activities Standardization of public safety features and procedures in all project

    activities Utility mapping and shifting and trench reinstatement Relocation of hutments Removal of commercial encroachers Implementation of TP and road alignment Road, bridge and activity zone elements Financial arrangements Operational planning Traffic management during project period

    Through Creation of dedicated inter-department BRTS cell Weekly meetings of inter-agency empowered group. IntraNet-group communication mechanism

  • T O W A R D S A S U S T A I N A B L E S U R A T - T R A N S P O R T I N I T I A T I V E S

    Preparation of operational plan

    Detailed surveys and assessment to identify : Bus schedules and Trip frequencies Tariff plan

    Marketing plan: what, when, where, by whom Fair , timely and transparent Selection of

    appropriate partners for bus operations, ticketing, advertisement management, control room operations, ITES support etc

    Development of feeder routes ( bus/ auto) Continuous review, research and monitoring

  • T O W A R D S A S U S T A I N A B L E S U R A T - T R A N S P O R T I N I T I A T I V E S

    Financial support Creation of dedicated Fund Capital Income: Obtaining Grant approvals Development charges on sale of addl FSI along

    BRTS corridors Commercial exploitation of activity zone

    elements and space at terminals/ depots Selection of activities/ components for PPP

    mode. Revenue Support: Ticketing, advertisement, vends, events, vehicle

    tax, parking fees etc.

  • T O W A R D S A S U S T A I N A B L E S U R A T - T R A N S P O R T I N I T I A T I V E S

    Provision has been made in the development control regulation whereby corporation can permit land holders to utilize FSI 25% more than the permissible limit.By applying this scheme corporation can recover charges/premium for the excess FSI at reasonable rates from the developers and the revenue thus generated can be used as a fund for the project

  • T O W A R D S A S U S T A I N A B L E S U R A T - T R A N S P O R T I N I T I A T I V E S

    29610Thus extra FSI permissible per Kilometer

    0.45By allowing an increase in / use of excess FSI upto 25% , permissible Extra FSI(25% of 1.8) -

    65800Assuming that only 10% of the people within this area will opt for excess FSI, Net Area used-

    658000After leaving area for road/public spaces etc. only 70% area can be developed. Hence, Net Area -

    940000Area under development , L x B -

    1000For one kilometer stretch of the corridor, length -

    940Net space available for development -

    60Deducting the non-developable area i.e. portion of the corridor, width of the corridor -

    1000Considering development only within a region of 500 metres on either side of the centre line, width-

  • T O W A R D S A S U S T A I N A B L E S U R A T - T R A N S P O R T I N I T I A T I V E S121962109528.900GRAND TOTAL

    89169034519.700TOTAL

    2092390652961015004.711C12

    2429796602961020004.103A+B11

    725445002961017501.4C+A10

    697759652961015001.571C+D9

    368644502961015000.83C8

    827007302961010002.793E7

    107484302961015000.242D6

    423274952961015000.953C+D5

    218965952961015000.493C4

    520987952961015001.173C+D3

    244282502961015000.55D2

    260864102961010000.881E

    CORRIDOR -IIDUMAS RESORT TO

    SARTHANA JAKATNAKA

    1

    3279307509.200TOTAL (Correction of 1 K.M. for overlapping)

    1669115702961010005.637E5

    735512402961015001.656D4

    464136752961015001.045C+D3

    299801252961015000.675C2

    110741402961020000.187A

    CORRIDOR -ISURAT TO NAVSARI

    ROAD

    1

    Amount Rs.

    10% FSI* Permissible per K.

    M.(sq. mt.)

    Rate of FSI(Rs. / Sq. M.)

    LengthK. M.ZoneCORRIDOR

    SrNo.

  • T O W A R D S A S U S T A I N A B L E S U R A T - T R A N S P O R T I N I T I A T I V E S

    Securing public enthusiasm and cooperation

    Elected representatives brought on board Public awareness campaigns, workshops,

    newsletters, etc. Use of mass media. Focus on specific user groups, such as

    students , commuters, industrial workers Focus on road safety, energy and eco

    friendly features. Management of demand through

    continuous feedback.

  • T O W A R D S A S U S T A I N A B L E S U R A T - T R A N S P O R T I N I T I A T I V E S

    Why are we confident of success?

    High latent demand for public transport. RoW available on major roads including selected routes

    of Phase I. DCR already amended for sale of addl FSI, and

    readiness to modify land use on corridors. Creation of urban transport fund Existence of departmental coordination mechanism Benefits of all Stakeholders assured Relocation sites for hutments already under construction. Rly approval received for ROB along canal corridors No utility shifting involved in majority of East west

    corridors. Utility shifting completed on North South corridor.

    Experience in construction of CC roads.

  • T O W A R D S A S U S T A I N A B L E S U R A T - T R A N S P O R T I N I T I A T I V E S

    Why are we confident of success? Surat fastest growing economic centre in western India SMC track record in urban governance and execution of

    technologically advanced projects. Rapid growth in quantum of capital Projects being

    implemented in last 5 years. Team of highly motivated and effective urban managers,

    engineers and planners: dedication and dynamism Positive approach of elected representative: Enthusiasm of citizens in adopting new modes and

    modern outlook History of voluntary cooperation by citizens in all

    development activities including road widening, tax recovery.

    Continued support and guidance of State and Central Government

  • T O W A R D S A S U S T A I N A B L E S U R A T - T R A N S P O R T I N I T I A T I V E S

    THANK YOU

  • T O W A R D S A S U S T A I N A B L E S U R A T - T R A N S P O R T I N I T I A T I V E S

    Thank you

  • T O W A R D S A S U S T A I N A B L E S U R A T - T R A N S P O R T I N I T I A T I V E S

    Location of Major investments in pipeline Population Density 2031- Scenario 2

    MOU

  • T O W A R D S A S U S T A I N A B L E S U R A T - T R A N S P O R T I N I T I A T I V E S

    Existing Bus RoutesExisting Auto Rickshaw Routes

    back

  • T O W A R D S A S U S T A I N A B L E S U R A T - T R A N S P O R T I N I T I A T I V E S

    Corridors assessmentExisting Activities/ Destinations ranking

    (* Existing traffic is low due to missing river bridge on corridor 8)

    5 excellent, 4 good, 3 fair, 2 poor, 1 none

    1021124Hazira road10

    1422451Surat Dumas road9

    712211Gujarat gas circle to Anuvrat dwar8

    1233321Rander road7

    1322323Katargaam Amroli road6

    1332233Surat Bardoli road5

    1953452Ring road4

    1642343Varachcha road3

    1542423Dumas resort - PunaJakaatnaka2

    1843335Surat Navsari1

    TotalTransport hubsReligiousInstitution

    alCommerci

    alIndustri

    al

    DestinationsCorridorNo

  • T O W A R D S A S U S T A I N A B L E S U R A T - T R A N S P O R T I N I T I A T I V E S

    Corridors assessment and rankingFactors affecting BRT implementation

    053Hazira road10

    72Surat Dumas road9

    150Gujarat gas circle to Anuvrat dwar (Magdalla road)8

    096Rander road7

    154Katargaam Amroli road6

    153Surat Bardoli road5

    5173Ring road4

    282Varachcha road3

    31210Dumas resort Puna jakatnaka2

    0103Surat Navsari1

    Grade separated structures (existing and proposed)

    Major Junctions

    Proposed ROW less 30m in %CorridorNo

    1010136Hazira road10

    5233416Surat Dumas road9

    911137Gujarat gas circle to Anuvrat dwar(Magdalla road)8

    8161312Rander road7

    6202513Katargaam Amroli road6

    7193313Surat Bardoli road5

    3264319Ring road4

    4244416Varachcha road3

    1285815Dumas resort Puna jakatnaka2

    1284618Surat Navsari1

    RankingTotal scoreScore for demandScore for socio-

    economic factorsScore for activities and destinationsCorridorNo

  • T O W A R D S A S U S T A I N A B L E S U R A T - T R A N S P O R T I N I T I A T I V E S

    Corridor 1: Surat-Navsari roadCharacteristics

    Road Section Length (km) RoW (m)ExistingRoW (m)Proposed Pavement type

    Udhana Darwaza to Jivan jyot khadi

    1.0 45 45 Bitumen+*CC

    Jivan jyot khadi to Udhana Teen Rasta

    0.8 60 60 Bitumen+*CC

    Udhana Teen Rasta to Daksheshwar Temple

    2.1 45 60 Bitumen+*CC

    Daksheshwar Temple to Pandesara G.I.D.C.

    0.7 45 60 Bitumen

    Pandesara to Sachin 5.6 45 60 Bitumen

    Total 10.2 45 45-60

    Length 10.2 kms. Major activity areas - Udhana GSRTC bus stand,

    the Sachin and Pandesara industrial estates and the SMC south zone office

    medium density near the Udhna darwaza to low rise, low density

    strong potential for high density development

    BhestanPandesaraGIDC

    SMC zone office

    CNG circle

    Udhanadarwaza

    GSRTC bus stand

  • T O W A R D S A S U S T A I N A B L E S U R A T - T R A N S P O R T I N I T I A T I V E S

    CNG circle

    Airport

    University

    AnuvratDwar

    Aai Mata jn

    Corridor 2: Dumas resort-canal road-Sarthana JakaatnakaCharacteristics Length 19.7 kms. 10 - 13 mts.wide canal HIG housing located near Anuvrat dwar

    and rest consists of LIG and EWS Major activity areas South Gujarat

    University, LIG,EWS, Textile markets and Diamond markets/manufacturing units

    Low rise low density development strong potential for redevelopment since

    this corridor will be an alternative to the walled city ring road

    Road Section Length (km) RoW (m)Existing RoW (m)Proposed Pavement type

    Puna jakatnaka to Aaimata junc. 5.7 20-25 60 BitumenAaimata junc. to Model Town junc. 0.6 55 45 BitumenModel Town to Apna nagar junc. 1.4 31 45 BitumenApna nagar junc. to C.N.G. circle 1.7 26 45 BitumenC.N.G. circle to Amba nagar junc. 1.6 20 45 BitumenAmbanagar junc. to Jamna nagar char rasta 1.0 26 45 BitumenJamna nagar char rasta to Anuwrat Dwar 1.6 31 45 BitumenAnuwrat Dwar to S.G. University 2.4 35 60 BitumenS.G. University to Dumas resort 2.1 45 60 Bitumen*Dumas resort to Airport 4.1 45 60 BitumenTotal 23.5 45-60

  • T O W A R D S A S U S T A I N A B L E S U R A T - T R A N S P O R T I N I T I A T I V E S

    dn

    dn

    dn

    dn

    dn

    dn dn

    dn

    15.

    253.

    59

    3.5

    3.5

    SUBWAY OPTION -1 WITH ELEVATED CARRIAGE WAY

    17

    5.25

    20.

    259

    0.5

    3.5

    33.

    50.

    59

    0.25 2

    5.25

    71

    17

    5.25

    20.

    259

    0.5

    3.5

    33.

    50.

    59

    0.25 2

    5.25

    71

    57

    3.5

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    55.

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    SUBWAY OPTION -2 WITH ELEVATED CARRIAGE WAY, BRT LANE AND BUS STATION

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    SUBWAY OPTION -3 WITH ELEVATED CARRIAGE WAY AND BRT LANE

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    Subway designComparison of Options

    Option 1 is recommended as design is compact and passengers have to climb less to access bus stops

    Option 1- Elevating Carriageway

    Option 2- Elevating Carriageway, Bus lanes, Bus stations

    Option 3- Elevating Carriageway, Bus lanes

  • T O W A R D S A S U S T A I N A B L E S U R A T - T R A N S P O R T I N I T I A T I V E S

    CL OF ROAD

    3500 500 7250 250 2000 1750 2000 3000350050072502502000175020003000 750750

    PARKING +ACTIVITY AREA

    SERVICE LANE CYCLE TRACK CARRIAGE WAY BUS LANE BUS LANE CARRIAGE WAY CYCLE TRACK PARKING + ACTIVITY AREA

    SERVICE LANEMEDIAN

    FOOTPATHFOOTPATH

    UTILITYUTILITY

    SEPARATOR SEPARATOR

    3000

    CROSS SECTION 45M RoW

    45000

    ROW 45m

    Length 1.4km

    Existing BT 32m

    Existing CC 0.0m

    Proposed C/s Type 1Proposed CC 27.0 (both side)

    Proposed BT 6.0 (both side)

    Type 1: 45 m cross section

    Corridor-I Surat Navsari road (10.2 km)

    CL OF ROAD

    3500 500 7250 250 2000 1750 2000 3000350050072502502000175020003000 750750

    PARKING +ACTIVITY AREA

    SERVICE LANE CYCLE TRACK CARRIAGE WAY BUS LANE BUS LANE CARRIAGE WAY CYCLE TRACK PARKING + ACTIVITY AREA

    SERVICE LANEMEDIAN

    FOOTPATHFOOTPATH

    UTILITYUTILITY

    SEPARATOR SEPARATOR

    3000

    CROSS SECTION 45M RoW

    45000

    Rigid Pavement Flexible Pavement

    Udhna darwaja

    Sachin GIDC

  • T O W A R D S A S U S T A I N A B L E S U R A T - T R A N S P O R T I N I T I A T I V E S

    ROW 60m

    Length 3.3km

    Existing BT 8.0m

    Existing CC 0.0m

    Proposed C/s Type 2Proposed CC 31.5 m(both sides)Proposed BT 14.0 m (both sides)

    ROW 60m (New Alignment)

    Length 2.3km

    Existing BT 0.0m

    Existing CC 0.0m

    Proposed C/s Type 2Proposed CC 31.5 m(both sides)Proposed BT 14.0 m(both sides)

    ROW 60m

    Length 3.0km

    Existing BT 35.0m

    Existing CC 0.0m

    Proposed C/s Type 2Proposed CC 31.5 m(both sides)Proposed BT 14.0 m(both sides)

    Corridor-II Dumas resort-Canal road-Sarthana jakaatnaka(19.7 km)

    SERVICE LANE CYCLETRACK

    SEPARATOR

    CARRIAGE WAY SEPARATOR BUS LANE MEDIAN BUS LANE SEPARATOR SERVICE LANECYCLETRACK

    CROSS SECTION FOR 60M ROW

    ACTIVITY AREA/PEDESTRIANPATH/DRAIN/ PARKING

    SEPARATOR

    CARRIAGE WAY

    60000

    CL OF ROAD

    ACTIVITY AREA/PEDESTRIANPATH/DRAIN/ PARKING

    1000 5250 2000 9000500

    3500 30007000 3500500

    9000 250 2000 5250 7000 1000

    FOOTPATHFOOTPATH

    250

    UTILITYUTILITY

    Type 2: 60 m cross section Rigid Pavement Flexible Pavement

    AnuvratDwar

    Dumas resort

    SarthanaJakaatnaka

    Varachchawater works

  • T O W A R D S A S U S T A I N A B L E S U R A T - T R A N S P O R T I N I T I A T I V E S

    Pavement design and Costing Construction Cost of BRTS project is governed primarily by Road

    Pavement and other Civil Work Activities. Road Pavement Cost depends on adopted Pavement Type. Appropriate Pavement Type rather most Suitable combination of

    pavement type has been selected as Rigid and Flexible. The Major component in total cost is Road Pavement:

    About 50% construction cost works out for Pavements Pavement cost - total and corridor wise depends upon:

    Pavement type

    Total Cross-section and Lane widths: 45 m RoW/60 m RoW

    Paver BlockParking

    BituminousService Road

    BituminousCycle Track

    Concrete/BituminousMix Traffic Lanes

    ConcreteBRTS Lane

    Type of PavementCross sectional element

  • T O W A R D S A S U S T A I N A B L E S U R A T - T R A N S P O R T I N I T I A T I V E S

    Costing Irrespective of Pavement Cost, corridor specific other work activities

    contributing to total cost are:

    For broad cost comparison, per Sq M cost of Pavement structure only, got worked out from block cost estimates:

    Flexible Pavements : Rs. 1183/- per Sq mRigid Pavements : Rs. 1898/- per Sq m

    On major roadway projects initial cost of Rigid Pavement normally ranges between 1.5 to 2.0 times that of Flexible Pavement or even higher.

    This ratio works out for our project on basis of Per Sq m Pavement Structure Cost as 1.6.

    Such broad comparison in itself shows the right kind of a selection, combination and design of pavement type and accordingly the reasonableness of total per Km cost based on NH SoR.

    Protection works for Canal and along side Pavement

    No/Poor sub-grade compaction, necessitates new full depth sub-grade of select material.

    Two major bridges and addition of flyover

    No useable Pavement and/or no pavement for 16.7Km (2.3 Km altogether new alignment and road to be constructed in full width)

    Dismantling of Bituminous Pavement

    Corridor 2Corridor 1

  • T O W A R D S A S U S T A I N A B L E S U R A T - T R A N S P O R T I N I T I A T I V E S

    Corridor IMajor cost components: C/S drainage structure: 2 major

    Bridges Use of existing electrical poles

    for 6.0Km.

    Cost Estimates:

    2,556 131,781,983 2,596,105,058 1,015,500 19.7II

    2,252 130,491,487 1,331,013,168 591,000 10.2I

    Cost Per Sq. M (Rs)

    Cost per KM (Rs)Total Cost (Rs)Area in Sq.MLength

    Corridor No

    Corridor II Major cost components::Canal lining (Cost: 91,000,000 Rs)Covering of canal (Cost: 100,000,000 Rs.)New alignment of 2.3 Km.New pavement along 13.40 Km.

    Difference in Unit Cost:12,90,496 Rs./Km304 Rs./Sq. M

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