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    BUS PROCUREMENT BUS PROCUREMENT Presentation Transcript

    • Improvement of Public Transport by Procurement of Public Transport 1
    • Gwalior Vidisha Sagar Jabalpur Satna Rewa Ratlam Singrauli Bhopal katniSagar Gwalior Vidisha 1. Bhopal 2. Jabalpur 3. Gwalior 4. Singrauli 5. Ratlam 6. Rewa 7. Satna 8. Murwara (Katni) 9. Vidisha 10.Sagar Map of Madhya Pradesh showing the identified 10 cities The assignment focuses on 10 major cities in the state of Madhya Pradesh 2
    • JnNURM : Bus Procurement Scheme I & II JnNURM Bus Procurement 1 Bus Procurement 2 15000 Buses 525 Buses For 4 Cities of M.P SPV Constitution Package II 10 Cities/Cluster identification Ancillary structure Proposed 935 Buses Bhopal 225 Indore 175 Jabalpur 75 Ujjain 50 10000 Buses 3
    • 1. Identification of Route Network for Public Transport. 2. Identification of clusters 3. Calculation of fleet size for city and clusters 4. Selection of feasible mode 5. Identification of Ancillary Infrastructure 6. Financial Viability of Organised Public Transportation System Objective of the Interim Report 4
    • Progress of the Project Study of D.P, CDP, CMP, CTTS Related documents Reconnaissance survey Secondary Data collection Ridership estimation as per MoUD Guideline O & M Plan, Financial Model & Business PLAN/Life Cycle Cost Analysis Detail study of RFP, Guideline and Model D.P.R Route Rationalization For City/Cluster Literature Review Data Requireme nt Dataanalysis Stakeholder consultation InceptionreportInterimReport Mode selection Primary Data Collection Inception Interim Report Draft DPR Final DPR 5
    • Policy formation SPV Formation Review & Assistance to take up JnNURM reforms Procurement and operation Handover to SPV ReCommendation /Proposals/Reports D.P.R Stakeholder consultation DraftDPRFinalDPR 6
    • Methodology/Approach 7
    • Methodology Landuse Integration With Route Network Classified Volume Count Road Inventory Occupancy Survey Identification of Cluster Opinion Survey at Bus Stand Infrastructure Gap Assessment Financial Assumption Out Come Ridership Estimation Corridor Wise /Clusters Ancillary Infrastructure Need Mode Selection For City/ Cluster Financial Out Comes (IRR) Stake Holder Consultation With ULB, Bus Operators Primary Survey Secondary Data CMP,DP,CDP Public Transport Network for City And Cluster Fleet Size for City And Clusters Bus Ancillary Infrastructure 8
    • Approach to the Project Primary Data collection •Reconnaissance Survey and Road Inventory Surveys •Traffic volume count survey •Origin destination survey •Road user opinion survey Secondary data collection: •Existing transport related documents like CTTS, CMP,CDP •Existing ridership details and the details of ancillary structures Road network selection/ Route rationalisation: •Accessibilities from all parts of developmental areas to the city centre •Identifying and converting existing IPT and Complementary routes into bus routes where feasible •Prepare routes providing public transport under main cities with the nearby small towns Travel demand analysis: •Analyse the existing public transport demand beside the routes •Forecast the transport demand for the analysis period Headway calculation •For different types of buses based on travel demand on the various routes Fleet assessment (As per model DPR Methods): •As per method 2: fleet assessment on existing bus routes based on increasing calculated frequencies (headways) •As per method 3: fleet assessment for the new routes based on calculated frequencies. Costing and Funding Pattern: •Costing of the buses for selected specifications •Costing for proposed ancillary structures and ITS facilities The funding pattern •calculating the share between central and state govt. Financial Analysis: •Prepare input data for financial analysis •Calculating year wise net surplus •Calculating IRR 9
    • City wise Description 10 Bhopal Jabalpur Gwalior Singrauli Ratlam Rewa Satna Murwara (Katni) Vidisha Sagar
    • Bhopal 11
    • Public Transport System Organised BCLL(SPV) 200 City Buses 20 AC Buses BRTS Unorganised Private Party Operator 507 Mini Buses 450 IPT 4 Trunk route (1 for BRTS) 8 Standard route 7 Complementary route 10 Intermediate Para- transit route Bhopal 12
    • Exsisting Organised Public Transport Network TR-1 TR-2 TR-3TR-4 SR-5 SR-4 SR-3 SR-2 SR-1 SR-8 SR-6 AIRPOR T UPPERLAKE BHE L Bairagarh Shyamlahills MACT Laharp ur Dam Kaliyaso t Dam Arera colony v Neelbad, Ratibad Biargarh Chicahli Baghmugahlia extension, Maksi Bhaori,Meerpur,Prempura,etc Pipaliya Jaheerpir, Kanasayyea Khajurikalan, Basia TR-4 Route Route length No of Buses Headway in minute Origin & Destination TR-1 25.27 23 10 Chirayu Hospital – Aakriti Eco City TR-2 23.32 20 8 Bus Station – HEG Mandideep TR-3 27 13 16 Nariyel Kheda – Ayodhya Nagar TR-4 24 20 12 Bairagarh -HEG Mandideep SR -1 19.27 13 12 Lal ghati to to Bairagarh Chichali SR-2 19 13 16 Katara Hills-Nehru Nagar SR-3 20 14 12 Gandhi Nagar – Alpana Tiraha SR-4 26 24 8 Karond Chouraha- Baira Garh SR-5 26 21 12 Chirayu Hospital – Handicapped College SR-6 24 15 15 Oriental College – Rajiv Gandhi College SR-8 22 21 10 Bairagh Chichli – Coach Factory 13
    • Neelbad/Ratibad Mandideep/ob edullaganj Bhauri Berasia Road Raisen Road Route Detail length No of Minibus Com 1 ( Ratibad to habibganj Naka) 15 78 Com 2 (Purani jail to Bairagarh chichali ) 11.32 74 Com 3 ( Misrod to hig misrod) 8.6 69 Com 4 (ISBT to Bgali gram ) 11.5 66 Com 5 (Mali khedi to Prabhat petrol pum) 19.27 78 Com 6 ( Daam kheda 1 to Habibganj naka) 19.27 77 Com 7 ( ISBT to rajeev Gandhi nagar) 12 65 Total Mini Bus 507 Magic Route No of Magic I.P.T 1 ( Khazoori sadak to Bairagarh Station) 10.1 55 I.P.T 2 (Khanugaon to Tajmahal ) 6 37 I.P.T 3(Borbai to railway colony) 9.8 47 I.P.T 4( Jagdish pur to Kroond chouraha) 7 45 I.P.T 5( Sas girls college to Jublie gate) 8.2 45 I.P.T 6 (Career college to ISRO GATE) 7.78 47 I.P.T 7 (Anand nagar to Bilkhiriya) 8.43 48 I.P.T 8 ( Avadhpuri khajuri kalan to Transport nagar) 8.47 49 I.P.T 9 (Akash ganga colony, to Salayeea ) 3.46 30 I.P.T 10( Manisha market to Baghmugaliya ) 7.9 47 Total 450 Existing IPT & Complementary Route 14
    • • ISBT Terminal, Near Habibganj • Nadra Bus Stand, • Jawahar Chowk • Halalpura • Putlighar Halalpura Jawahar chowk ISBT Habibganj Nadra Bus stand Putlighar Public Transport Infrastructure In Bhopal Bus Depot/Stand/Terminal15 Anandpur BCLL Bairagarh
    • Primary Survey Points (Outer Cordon) Mubarak pur Berasia Road Vidisha Road Raisen Road Hosangabad Road Kolar Road Bhadbhada Check Post Phanda Bypass 40KM 40KM 16
    • Origin Destination Survey User Opinion Survey Trip Purpose Percentage Work 33.40% Business 13.30% Education 20.30% Social 21.10% Shopping 3.10% Recreation/ Tourism 0.80% Religious 3.90% Medical 4.10% Travel Time (minutes) Percentage <15 5.50% 15-30 71.90% 30-45 17.20% 45-60 3.80% >60 1.60% Mode Trip Length (km) Walk 0.54 Cycle 1.69 Two Wheeler 5.08 Auto/ Magics 2.47 Car/ Van 5.35 Mini Bus 5.02 Standard Bus 5.81 Travel Characteristics 7.14% 44.64% 5.36% 1.79% 35.71% 5.36% Modal Split Cycle Two Wheeler Car Auto/ Magics Mini Bus Standard Bus Auto Magic Mini Bus Bus Easy Availability 45.00% 63.00% 79.00% 71.00% Cheap Fare 6.00% 84.00% 86.00% 95.00% Comfortable 58.00% 84.00% 83.00% 88.00% Safe 67.00% 65.00% 83.00% 90.00% Good Crew Behavior 52.00% 72.00% 54.00% 86.00% Suggestion Auto Magic Mini Bus Bus Increase the fleet 62.00% 73.00% 72.00% 75.00% Increase Coverage Area 65.00% 66.00% 59.00% 73.00% Increase Frequency in Peak Hour 73.00% 71.00% 72.00% 80.00% Improve Crew Behavior 59.00% 65.00% 55.00% 26.00% Reduce Fare 90.00% 33.00% 31.00% 16.00% Questions Car Two Wheeler Auto Magic Mini Bus Increase the Frequency 15% 36% 86% 76% 94% Increase Coverage Area 23% 38% 88% 82% 96% Reduce Fare 5% 26% 86% 88% 95% New Bus Type 7% 15% 22% 35% 88%
    • Purpose Per Capita Trip Rate Excluding Walk (PCTR) Work 0.54 Education 0.13 Other 0.14 Total 0.81 Year PCTR 2013 0.81 2015 0.82 2021 0.87 2023 0.89 PCTR Forecasting Travel Demand Calculation Bhopal Organized Public Transport Demand Calculation for Bhopal City: Population: 1798218 PCTR: 0.81 Estimated/ Desirable base year travel demand for public transport is 55% Estimated/ Desirable base year travel demand for bus/ organized public transport is 40% Total organized public transport trips for city: (Population X PCTR) X 40% : 579746 person trips
    • Steps: 1. Defined study area around the routes (500-700 m each side) 2. Estimated travel demand for each routes 3. Forecast travel demand for each routes 4. Estimated peak hour travel demand for each route 5. Estimated/ Calculated Headways: Headway=(Sitting Capacity × Load Factor×60)÷Peak Hour Demand 6. Estimated net fleet size calculation: Required No of fleet=(Round travel time by bus including stopping time ÷ Headways) + No of extra vehicle + Maintenance float 7. Calculated Total no of fleets taking 90% fleet utilization: Total no of fleet=required no of fleets÷90% Route Wise Fleet Size Calculation Methods 19
    • Routes Total Demand Peak Point Demand Sitting Capacity Load Factor Headway Number of Vehicles TR1 41638 4934 44 0.65 8 23 TR2 38018 4505 44 0.65 8 21 TR3 18102 2145 44 0.65 12 15 TR4 24684 2925 75 0.65 5 5 TR4 78205 9267 44 0.65 5 27 SR1 18828 2231 44 0.65 10 13 SR2 21722 2574 44 0.65 10 15 SR3 34398 4076 44 0.65 8 19 SR4 62753 7436 44 0.65 6 26 SR5 41638 4934 44 0.65 8 23 SR6 21722 2574 44 0.65 10 15 SR7 15688 1859 44 0.65 12 13 SR8 38018 4505 44 0.65 8 21 Fleet Size for Existing Route 20
    • Routes Total Demand Peak Point Demand Sitting Capacity Load Factor Headway Number of Vehicles C1 13275 1573 44 0.65 12 11 C2 10861 1287 44 0.65 12 9 C3 9654 1144 44 0.65 12 8 C4 10861 1287 44 0.65 12 9 C5 15688 1859 44 0.65 12 13 C6 15690 1859 44 0.65 12 13 C7 10861 1287 44 0.65 12 9 IPT1 1982 235 24 0.65 20 5 IPT3 1973 234 24 0.65 20 5 IPT4 1979 235 24 0.65 20 5 IPT5 1976 234 24 0.65 20 5 IPT6 1977 234 24 0.65 20 5 IPT8 1975 234 24 0.65 20 5 IPT9 1587 188 24 0.65 20 4 IPT10 1978 235 24 0.65 20 5 Fleet Size for Proposed Routes 21
    • 15 KM 40 KM 50 KM N OBEDULLAGANJ MANDIDEEP RAISEN SEHOR E BERASIYA NH-12 NH-12 TOWARDS GWALIOR TOWARDS VIDISHA VIDISHA NH-86 TOWARDS SAGAR TOWARDS INDORE NH-86 Railway line BHOPAL 15KM 40KM 50KM MP SH 19/NH89 NH12 NH-86 22
    • N OBEDULLAGANJ MANDIDEEP RAISEN SEHOR E BERASIYA NH-12 NH-12 TOWARDS GWALIOR TOWARDS VIDISAH VIDISHA NH-86 TOWARDS SAGAR TOWARDS INDORE NH-86 BHOPAL Phandakalan Khajuri sadak Lambakheda Eint Khedi Binapur Village Nipania Jaat Village Hinoti Village Harrakheda Chopra kalanv Sukhi sewaniya Salamtpur Sanchi Bilkhiriya Kalan Piplakhiriya Industial Area Dargahe shariif Ratnapu r Bishankheda 23
    • Routes Total Demand Peak Point Demand Sitting Capacity Load Factor Headway Number of Vehicles Cluster 1 (Bhopal to Obedullaganj) 4063 482 44 0.65 25 7 Cluster 2 (Bhopal to Raisen) 4641 550 44 0.65 25 8 Cluster 3 (Bhopal to Vidisha) 5215 618 44 0.65 25 9 Cluster 4 (Bhopal to Sehore) 4055 480 44 0.65 25 7 Cluster 5 (Bhopal to Berasia) 4059 481 44 0.65 25 7 Fleet Size for Cluster Routes 24
    • Total required buses for Bhopal city (A+B+C)=385 Calculations for net fleet requirement: Bus fleet required = (385/ 90) × 100 =428 buses Net fleet required = Bus fleet required – existing buses in good condition Net fleet required = 428– 197 = 231 buses Articulated Buses 5 Low Floor (up to 400mm) Fully Built AC Buses . 11 Semi Low Floor (up to 900mm) Fully Built Non-AC Buses 172 Midi buses ( Non – AC) 43 Inter City Intra city 231 25
    • Operatingassumptions Useful Life of Buses 8.5 Lakh kms Driver/ Bus 2.5 nos. Conductor /bus 2.5 nos. Maintenance staff/ bus 0.5 nos Reduction in fuel efficiency 2% p.a Load Factor ( For first two year ) 65% increase in Load factor 3% p.a. Max Load factor 75% BusSpecificationsandRate Assumptions Standard Low Floor AC Buses (400 mm Platform) 44 Standard Semi Low Floor AC Buses (upto 900 mm) 44 Standard Non A/C Diesel Midi Bus 24 Articulated Buses 75 Rate Assumptions Diesel per litre 58 Cost of Driver per month 15,000 Cost of conductor per month 10,000 Cost of maintenance staff per month 22,000 Escalation Manpower cost 7.5 % p.a. Fare Rates 12.0 % p.a. Advertisement Revenue 5.0 % p.a Fuel cost increase 5.0 % p.a Maintain cost 12.0% p.a OtherAssumptions Depreciation Rate 10 % p.a. Salvage value of old Bus (Rs) 2.5 lakh Residual value for Depots 25 % Insurance 3.0 % of capital value Other maintenance cost 5% of capital value Financial Assumptions 26
    • • Total Cost Including State Govt. Taxes (A) Rs 125.98 Crore Bus fleet cost 231 Buses (A) • Total cost Rs 4.41 Crore ITS Facilities cost ETVMS,PIS CCR (B) • Total cost( Up gradation and development of new terminal ) Rs 20.50 Crore Support Infrastructure ( C ) Total Cost = Rs 150.90 Crore U.L.B State Govt of India JnNURM Funding Pattern 50% 30% 20% 27
    • Revenue Distribution 28
    • Cash Flow Statement Cash Flow Values (Lakhs) Capital Expenditure/ Salvage Value Buses 577.5 Depots/ Terminal 512.5 ITS 66.15 Total Salvage Value 1156.15 Net Surplus 20190 Total Cashflow 3465 With Grant Grant amount 5101 Cashflow with grant 11384.55 IRR without grant (in %) 4.75 % IRR with grant (in %) 17.00 % 29 -169 205 659 1012 1423 1899 2449 3084 3815 4655 -2000 0 2000 4000 6000 8000 10000 12000 14000 16000 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 Bhopal Total Revenue (in Lakh) Total Expenses (in Lakh) Net Surplus (in Lakh) Year 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 Daily Per Bus Revenue -201 244 782 1201 1688 2253 2905 3658 4525 5521
    • Jabalpur 30
    • Public Transport System JCTSL(SPV) 119 City Buses (19 Routes) Proposed BRTS Private Party Operator Private Buses Magic and Auto 31
    • Existing Bus Route Network Existing Route Network 32
    • Fleet Size for Existing Route 33 Routes Total Demand Peak Point Demand Sitting Capacity Load Factor Headway Number of Vehicles Karmeta to Rlwy stn Pf no. 1 via Kachnar city 12816 1153 44 0.65 15 10 Golbazar to tak shila via Jamdar Hospital 6933 624 24 0.65 15 10 Bus stand (Damohnaka) to Gwarighat via Ranital 12711 1144 44 0.65 15 10 Manegaon Ranjhi to Gwarighat Via GCF 9015 811 24 0.65 15 13 Manegaon Ranjhi to Gwarighat Via Satpula 9022 812 24 0.65 15 13 Rlwy stn Pf no. 1 to Bhedaghat Via Nagrath Chaowk 16533 1488 44 0.65 15 13 Richhai Ind arra to Ranjhi Via Maharajpur 7633 687 24 0.65 15 11 Civic Center to Dhanvantri nagar Via Dababazar 5556 500 24 0.65 15 8 Medical to University (IIITDM) Via Shastrinagar 7589 683 24 0.65 15 11 Karmeta to Ghana Via Collectorate 20344 1831 44 0.65 15 16 Mother eresa to Khamariya Via Ghataghar 19067 1716 44 0.65 15 15 Dhanwantri nagar Khamariya Via Collectorate 10086 908 44 0.65 15 8 Panager to Ghaamapur Via Maharajpur 10178 916 44 0.65 15 8 Panager to Gohalpur Via Maharajpur 11444 1030 44 0.65 15 9 Rly Stn PF4 to Bhedaghat Via Medical 6244 562 24 0.65 15 9 Deen Dayal Chowk to Gwarighat Geetadham Via Sajan Chowk 7734 696 24 0.65 15 11 Bus stand (Kshtriya) to Bhedaghat Via Medical 10216 919 44 0.65 15 8 Panaghar To Barela Via Khetriya Bus Stand 12687 1142 44 0.65 15 10 Ghana Tilwara to Gour Barela Via Rasal Chowk 12841 1156 44 0.65 15 10
    • Fleet Size for Proposed Route 34 Routes Total Demand Peak Point Demand Sitting Capacity Load Factor Headway Number of Vehicles Agriculture College to Gwari Ghat 17167 1545 44 0.65 10 9 Tilwara Ghat to Khamaria 22889 2060 44 0.65 10 12
    • Patan Sahapur Sihora Barela Jabalpur Jabalpur Clusters 35 Jabalpur Patan Bhedaghat/ Barela Shahpur (via sajapur) Sihora via Panangra (Ordinance factory )
    • 36 Routes Total Demand Peak Point Demand Sitting Capacity Load Factor Headway Number of Vehicles Cluster 1 (Jabalpur to Patan) 6203 558 44 0.65 25 8 Cluster 2 (Jabalpur Bhedaghat) 6111 550 44 0.65 25 8 Cluster 3 (Jabalpur Shahpur (via Sajapur)) 6104 549 44 0.65 25 8 Cluster 4 (Jabalpur Sihora via Panangra (Ordinance factory )) 6876 619 44 0.65 25 9
    • Calculations for net fleet requirement: Considering fleet utilization of 90% for Jabalpur; Bus fleet required = (buses required in operations / 90) * 100 Bus fleet required = (250/ 90) * 100 =278 buses Net fleet required = Bus fleet required – existing buses in good condition Net fleet required = 278– 120 = 158 buses Inter City Intra city 158 37
    • Funding Pattern • Total Cost Including State Govt. Taxes (A) • 9023.25 Lakh Bus fleet cost 158 Buses (A) • Total cost 154 Lakh ITS Facilities cost ETVMS,PIS CCR (B) • Total cost( Up gradation and development of new terminal )2475 Lakh Support Infrastructure ( C ) U.L.B State Govt of India JnNUM Funding Pattern 50% 30 % 20% 38
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    • 40 Cash Flow Values (Lakhs) Capital Expenditure/ Salvage Value Buses 395 Depots/ Terminal 618.75 ITS 23.10 Total Salvage Value 1036.85 Net Surplus 15095.84 Total Cashflow 3443.59 With Grant Grant amount 4611.63 Cashflow with grant 7976.21 IRR without grant (in %) 3.83% IRR with grant (in %) 14.8 % -240 11 315 683 1126 1481 1891 2363 2905 3528 -2000 0 2000 4000 6000 8000 10000 12000 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 Jabalpur Total Revenue (in Lakh) Total Expenses (in Lakh) Net Surplus (in Lakh) Year 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 Daily Per Bus Revenue -417 20 547 1185 1953 2569 3280 4098 5038 6118
    • Gwalior 41
    • Gwalior 4th Largest city in Madhya Pradesh in term of population Organised Public Transport Absent Gwalior Municipal corporation Population. 10,53,505 Vikram are the major form of public transport in Gwalior city • Large percentage of land is still not developed and can be acquired for future development Real estate Development(TOD) Public Transport SustainableDevelopment 42
    • Existing Travel Characteristics 38.04% 30.80% 1.82% 3.62% 5.41% 18.12% 1.64% 0.55% Modal Split Cycle Two Wheeler Car Vikram Bus Tampo Mode Trip Length < 2 kms 2 - 4 kms 4-6 kms 6-8 kms > 8 kms Car 3% 7% 12% 16% 22% Two Wheeler 46% 49% 51% 46% 40% Vikram/IPTs 9% 18% 19% 23% 32% Cycles/NMV 42% 26% 18% 15% 6% Per capita trip rate (PCTR) has been estimated as given below for the City. Including walk trips : 1.4 Excluding walk trips : 1.1 Purpose Percentage Work 38% Bussiness 16% Education 23% Social/ Recreation 8% Leisure 9% Other 6% Existing daily ridership by public vehicle: 153823 Existing Public Transport Demand: 185549 Modes No of Vehicle Operating Vikram 306 Magic 86 Minibus 5 Tempo 139 Tongas 15 Total 551 43
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    • Sl.No. Route Length of Route Peak hour PCU lane configuration travel speed (kmph) Level of Service (LoS) 1 Murar To Central Library (Maharaja Bada) 10 4167 4 lane 25 C 2 Deendayal Nagar to Sindhi Colony 15 3245 2 lane 15 C 3 IIITM Gwalior to Sindhi Colony 11 4208 4 lane 15 D 4 Hurawali Square Murar to Gwalior Fort 13 2961 2 lane 20 D 5 Murar 7 No. Sq to Chandra Wadani Naka 9 3364 2 lane 25 C 6 IIITM Gwalior to Harikheda Jagar road 13 2858 4 Lane 25 C 7 Nav Graha Mandir Tighra Road to Gole ka Mandir 12 3156 4 Lane 20 C 8 Gwalior Railway Station to Gudagudi Ka Naka 11 3950 2 Lane 25 D Existing Routes 45
    • Proposed Bus Route and Fleet size for Gwalior 11 Buses Central Library Murar 10km 14 Buses DeenDa yal Nagar Sindhi colony 20km 12 BusesIIITM Gwalior Sindhi Colony 16km 13 BusesHurawa li Gwalior fort 18km Murar 7 14km Chandra wadhni Naka 11 Buses IIITM Gwalior 18km Harikhe da Jagar Road 13 Buses Nav Graha mandir 17km Gole ka mandir 13 Buses Gwalior Railway Station 16km Gudaga udi Ka Naka 12 Buses Proposed Public Route Network Total Required buses for Gwalior city =99 46 Gwalior Route Name Daily Travel Demand Murar To Central Library (Maharaja Bada) 18386 Deendayal Nagar to Sindhi Colony 23400 IIITM Gwalior to Sindhi Colony 20057 Hurawali Square Murar to Gwalior Fort 21729 Murar 7 No. Sq to Chandra Wadani Naka 18386 IIITM Gwalior to Harikheda Jagar road 21725 Nav Graha Mandir Tighra Road to Gole ka Mandir 21729
    • Bamore Malanpur BSF Colony(Beragarh) CRPF Colony Panihar Proposed Clusters 8 BusesGwalior Morena 38 km 8 BusesGwalior Dabra 38 km 8 BusesGwalior Gohad 45 km 6 BusesGwalior Anatari 26 km Total Required buses for Cluster cities = 30 47 Route Name Daily Travel Demand Gohad Via Malanur 5355 Dabra (Via Bilaua ) 5357 Morena (Via Bamore) 5359 Antari 4014
    • Calculations for net fleet requirement: Considering fleet utilization of 90% for Gwalior; Bus fleet required = (buses required in operations / 90) * 100 Bus fleet required = (129/ 90) * 100 = 144 buses Net fleet required = Bus fleet required – existing buses in good condition Net fleet required =144 – 0 = 144 buses Inter City Intra city 144 Standard AC Midi Buses 15 Standard Non-AC Midi Buses. 129 48
    • • Total Cost Including State Govt. Taxes (A) • 4256.25 Lakh Bus fleet cost 144 Buses (A) • Total cost 147 Lakh ITS Facilities cost ETVMS,PIS CCR (B) • Total cost( Up gradation and development of new terminal )1150 Lakh Support Infrastructure ( C ) Total Cost = 5553.2 Lakh U.L.B State Govt of India JnNUM Funding Pattern 50% 30 % 20% 49
    • Revenue Distribution 50
    • Cashflow Capital Expenditure/ Salvage Value Buses 360 Depots/ Terminal 287.5 ITS 22.05 Total Salvage Value 669.55 Net Surplus 7540.26 Add: Description Total Cashflow 1987.01 With Grant Grant amount 2228.125 Cashflow with grant 4143.13 IRR without grant (in %) 4.35 IRR with grant (in %) 15.6 Cash Flow Statement 51 -300 -121 99 264 458 683 944 1247 1598 2002 -1000 0 1000 2000 3000 4000 5000 6000 7000 8000 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 Gwalior Total Revenue (in Lakh) Total Expenses (in Lakh) Net Surplus (in Lakh) Year 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 Daily Per Bus Revenue -571 -231 189 503 872 1300 1797 2373 3041 3809
    • Singrauli 52
    • U.P U.P Singraullia Singrauli Waidhan VINDHAYNAGAR Bargawan Railway station Singrauli Bus Stand Sankat Mochan Mandir Oasis Medical Store Shivaji Complex Dr Lal Patho Lab 53 Singrauli Vindhya Nagar Waidhan Sankat Mochan Mandir Oasis Medical Store Shivaji Complex Dr Lal Patho Lab
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    • Proposed Bus Route for Singrauli 4 BusesNCL Hospital Coal mine morwa 6 km Circuit House Junction 14km Navjeevn vihar junction 13 Buses Civil Court Waidhan 20 km Khadia Market 7 Buses Ragahv Nagar 10km Officers Club 6 Buses Khadia Colony 11km Khadia Junction 7 Buses 55 Bus Stand Route Name Daily Travel Demand Raghavnagar(Morwa) to Officers Club via. NCL Hospital 8643 NCL Hospital to Coal Mines via. Govt Girls School 3843 Khadia Colony to Khadia Market via. NTPC Area 10086 Vidhyanagar to Khadia Market via. Jayant Police Station 6729
    • Calculations for net fleet requirement as per proposed frequency/headway (B): Net fleet required = Bus fleet required – existing buses in good condition Net fleet required = 24– 0 = 24 Considering fleet utilization of 90% for Singrauli; Bus fleet required = (buses required in operations (A+B) / 90) * 100 Bus fleet required = ( ( 24 + 10 ) / 90) * 100 = 38 buses = 38 buses Inter City Intra city 38 Non-AC Midi Buses for intra city 12 Non-AC Midi Buses for cluster city service 26 56
    • • Total Cost Including State Govt. Taxes (A) • 863 Lakh Bus fleet cost 38 Buses (A) • Total cost 94 Lakh ITS Facilities cost ETVMS,PIS CCR (B) • Total cost( Up gradation and development of new terminal) 505 Lakh Support Infrastructure ( C ) Total Cost = 1461.60 Lakh • 790.00 LakhGoI • 671.52 Lakh State & ULB • 1461.60 LakhTotal State and ULB Govt. of India JnNURM Funding Pattern 80% 20% 57
    • 0 200 400 600 800 1000 1200 1400 1600 1800 2000 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 Fare Revenue (in Lakh) Non- fare Revenue (in Lakh) 58
    • Cash flow Statement Cash Flow Values in Lakhs Capital Expenditure/ Salvage Value Buses 95 Depots/ Terminal 126.25 ITS 14.1 Total Salvage Value 235.35 Net Surplus 1996 Total Cashflow 534 With Grant Grant amount 790.08 Cash flow with grant 1305.39 IRR without grant (in %) 3.79% IRR with grant (in %) 21.3% 0 500 1000 1500 2000 2500 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 Total Revenue (in Lakh) Total Expenses (in Lakh) 59 -101 -52 9 56 111 174 248 334 433 548 -500 0 500 1000 1500 2000 2500 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 Singrauli Total Revenue (in Lakh) Total Expenses (in Lakh) Net Surplus (in Lakh) Year 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 Daily Per Bus Revenue -729 -375 65 404 801 1255 1789 2409 3122 3951
    • Ratlam 60
    • Ratlam Ratlam Municipal corporation Population 264,810 Organised Public Transport Absent Auto, Tempo, Magic are the existing public transport in Ratlam city • Existing daily public transport ridership is 44603 • Ratlam has many major industries like G.P.Wires, Ratlam Wires, IPCA laboratories that produce enough trips of public transport 61
    • Landuse and Road Network Ratlam Jain Hospital HPCL Petrol Pump VIP Road Bypass Intersection Ajmera Steels 5 Survey Points Jain Hospital VIP Road Bypass Intersection Ajmera Steels HPCL Petrol Pump Bus Stand 62
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    • Existing Travel Characteristics Mode Trip Length < 2 kms 2 - 4 kms 4-6 kms 6-8 kms > 8 kms Car 5% 8% 14% 15% 21% Two Wheeler 48% 50% 55% 53% 43% Autos/IPTs 11% 13% 20% 20% 28% Cycles/NMV 36% 29% 11% 12% 8% Per capita trip rate (PCTR) has been estimated as given below for the City. Including walk trips : 1.4 Excluding walk trips : 1.0 Mode No Autos 62 Magic 75 Tempo Rikshaws 40 Total 177 49.32% 10.96% 21.92% 17.81% Modal Split Two Wheeler Car Auto/ Magics Cycle Purpose Percentage Work 35% Business 22% Education 11% Social/ Recreation 13% Leisure 10% Other 9% Existing daily travel demand in proposed public transport coverage area is 38429 i.e. per capita trip rate (bus) is 0.17 Forecasted daily public transport travel demand (bus) estimated as near 82091 in next 10 years 64
    • Proposed Bus Route and Fleet Size Hanuma n temple 9 km Nahar convent school 06 km Shakti fuel Point Triveni kund 12 km Ayodhya Basti Railway station 5 Bus 5 Bus 5 Bus Headway variation Proposed Bus Route and fleet size Industrial Belt 65 Route Name Daily Travel Demand Ayodhya Basti - Railway Station (via District Civil Hospital) 10286 Shakti fuel point (Jaora road- Ratlam By-pass junction) Via Anaj mandi (NH-927 A) to Triveni Kund (triveni Road) 6857 Bada Hanuman Mandir (NH-927 A) - Shri Nahar convent Playground (Ratlam Shivgarh Road) via. Amrit Sagar Garden 6855
    • Ratlam 9 km Sailana 06 km Ratlam Jaora 12 km Ratlam Petalwad 5 Bus 5 Bus 5 Bus Ratlam 9 km Badanw ar 5 Bus 66 Route Name Daily Travel Demand Ayodhya Basti - Railway Station (via District Civil Hospital) 10286 Shakti fuel point (Jaora road- Ratlam By-pass junction) Via Anaj mandi (NH-927 A) to Triveni Kund (triveni Road) 6857 Bada Hanuman Mandir (NH-927 A) - Shri Nahar convent Playground (Ratlam Shivgarh Road) via. Amrit Sagar Garden 6855
    • Calculations for net fleet requirement: Considering fleet utilization of 90% for Ratlam; Bus fleet required = (45/ 90) * 100 = 50 buses Net fleet required = Bus fleet required – existing buses in good condition Net fleet required =50 – 0 = 50 buses Inter City Intra city 50 Non-AC Midi Buses for intra city 17 Non-AC Midi Buses for cluster city service 33 67
    • • Total Cost Including State Govt. Taxes (A) • 1418.75 Lakh Bus fleet cost 50 Buses (A) • Total cost 100 Lakh ITS Facilities cost ETVMS,PIS CCR (B) • Total cost( Up gradation and development of new terminal) 460 Lakh Support Infrastructure ( C ) Total Cost = 1978.75 Lakh • 1235 LakhJnNURM • 743.75 LakhState & ULB • 1978.75 LakhTotal State and ULB JnNURM Funding Pattern 80% 20% 68
    • 0 500 1000 1500 2000 2500 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 Fare Revenue (in Lakh) Non- fare Revenue (in Lakh) 69
    • Cash flow Statement Cash Flow Values in Lakhs Capital Expenditure/ Salvage Value Buses 125 Depots/ Terminal 115 ITS 15 Total Salvage Value 255 Net Surplus 2572 Total Cashflow 593 With Grant Grant amount 1235 Cash flow with grant 1802.78 IRR without grant (in %) 3.20% IRR with grant (in %) 25.5% 0 500 1000 1500 2000 2500 3000 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 Total Revenue (in Lakh) Total Expenses (in Lakh) 70 -133 -68 12 73 145 229 326 440 570 721 -500 0 500 1000 1500 2000 2500 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 Ratlam Total Revenue (in Lakh) Total Expenses (in Lakh) Net Surplus (in Lakh) Year 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 Daily Per Bus Revenue -729 -373 66 400 795 1255 1787 2411 3124 3951
    • 71 Rewa
    • Rewa Rewa Municipal corporation Population 2,35,422 Organised Public Transport Absent IPT is the existing public transport in Rewa city • Rewa is a tourist spot which attract trips from all over India • Roads are under development with suitable road width for public transport • Existing daily public transport ridership is 51679 72
    • Rewa NH-7 NH-7 Road Network in Radial Pattern Gudh Satna Gadhwa Allahabad NH-7 Divides City into 2 Parts NH-7 caters the highest traffic of the city Sufficient Road width is Available Vindhya Telelink limited APS University Govt Engg College Rewa Rewa Railway Station Major Land Mark Anantpur Karahiya Mandi Chorhat Badraon Babpur Industrial Area Rathara Vindya Telelinks Rewa Engineering College Hospital Chowk Bus Stand 73
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    • Existing Travel Characteristics Per capita trip rate (PCTR) has been estimated as given below for the City. Including walk trips : 1.4 Excluding walk trips : 1.1 Purpose Percentage Work 37% Business 18% Education 19% Social/ Recreation 12% Leisure 8% Other 6% Existing daily travel demand in proposed public transport coverage area is 50308. Forecasted daily public transport travel demand (bus) estimated as near about 71869 in next 10 years Mode Trip Length < 2 kms 2 - 4 Kms 4-6 Kms 6-8 Kms > 8 Kms Car 3% 9% 12% 14% 20% Two Wheeler 49% 55% 56% 53% 42% Autos/IPTs 12% 12% 20% 22% 30% Cycles/NMV 36% 24% 12% 11% 8% Vehicle Mode Total Autos 100 Jeep 10 Magic 80 Tempo Rikshaw 35 Grand Total 225 48.05% 15.58% 24.68% 11.69% Modal Split Two Wheeler Car Auto/ Magics Cycle 75
    • Rewa Proposed Bus Route Network Maihar railway station 13 km Bichiya Kabrista n 8 Buses Hospital Chowk 07 km Ituara 4 Buses Sardar Patel 06 km Area Jori 4 Buses Hotel Land mark 14 km Pentium Point 8 Buses Proposed Bus route for Rewa 11456 10989 3567 3998 76
    • Rewa Proposed Bus Route Network Rewa 38 km semaria6 Buses Rewa 22 km Gruh 5 Buses Rewa 20 km Govind garh 5 Buses Rewa 27 km Sirmor 5 Buses Rewa 30 km Mangw an 6 Buses Rewa 53 km Satna 8 Buses Sirmor Semaria Satna Govindgarh Gurh Mangawan Cluster Demand Govindgarh 2901 Mangawa 3332 Sirmour 2799 Gurh 2989 Satna 4599 Semaria 3678 77
    • Calculations for net fleet requirement: Considering fleet utilization of 90% for Ratlam; Bus fleet required = (59/ 90) * 100 = 66 buses Net fleet required = Bus fleet required – existing buses in good condition Net fleet required =66 – 0 = 66 buses Inter City Intra city 66 Non-AC Midi Buses for intra city 27 Non-AC Midi Buses for cluster city service 39 78
    • • Total Cost Including State Govt. Taxes (A) • 1872.75 Lakh Bus fleet cost 66 Buses (A) • Total cost 108 Lakh ITS Facilities cost ETVMS,PIS CCR (B) • Total cost( Up gradation and development of new terminal) 575 Lakh Support Infrastructure ( C ) Total Cost = 2555.75 Lakh • 1598.20 LakhGoI • 957.55 Lakh State & ULB • 2555.75 LakhTotal State and ULB Govt. of India JnNURM Funding Pattern 80% 20% 79
    • 0 500 1000 1500 2000 2500 3000 3500 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 Fare Revenue (in Lakh) Non- fare Revenue (in Lakh) 80
    • Cash flow Statement Cash Flow Values in Lakhs Capital Expenditure/ Salvage Value Buses 165 Depots/ Terminal 143.75 ITS 16.2 Total Salvage Value 324.95 Net Surplus 3383 Total Cashflow 827 With Grant Grant amount 1598.2 Cash flow with grant 2392.22 IRR without grant (in %) 3.65% IRR with grant (in %) 26.1% 0 500 1000 1500 2000 2500 3000 3500 4000 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 Total Revenue (in Lakh) Total Expenses (in Lakh) 81 -176 -89 15 97 192 303 431 580 753 951 -500 0 500 1000 1500 2000 2500 3000 3500 4000 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 Rewa Total Revenue (in Lakh) Total Expenses (in Lakh) Net Surplus (in Lakh) Year 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 Daily Per Bus Revenue -731 -370 63 403 798 1258 1790 2408 3126 3948
    • Satna 82
    • Satna Satna Municipal Corporation Population 2,29,307 Organised Public Transport Absent IPT is the existing public transport in Satna city • A number of cement factories are situated in Satna that is major trip generator • Roads are newly developed with suitable road width for public transport • Existing daily public transport ridership is 29420 83
    • Satna Landuse Satna Station Satna Bus Stand Allahabad Chitrakoot Road (Khaira) Kripalpur Basti Chakbandi Etora Panna Khajuraho Road Yash Petrol Pump Vindya Club City Police Station Birla Cancer Hospital 5 Survey Points Bus Stand Panna Khajuraho Road = 30 m Chitrakot Road = 25 m Birla Cement Factory Road = 27 m Bus Stand 84
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    • Existing Travel Characteristics Per capita trip rate (PCTR) has been estimated as given below for the City. Including walk trips : 1.42 Excluding walk trips : 1.05 Purpose Percentage Work 32% Business 22% Education 19% Social/ Recreation 12% Leisure 11% Other 4% Existing daily travel demand in proposed public transport coverage area is 38130 i.e. per capita trip rate (bus) is 0.13 Forecasted daily public transport travel demand (bus) estimated as near about 60000 in next 10 years Average trip length • Public transport user trip: 4 kms • Excluding walk trip: 6.2 kms 41.67% 11.11% 16.67% 30.56% Modal Split Two Wheeler Car Auto/ Magics Cycle 86
    • Satna Maiher Bypass MDR11 10 km Lovedal e school 7 Buses Mukhtiy arganj 9 km Trichi colony 6 Buses Maiher bye pass 11km Sohawa l Road 7 Buses Proposed Bus Route for Satna 87 Route Name Daily Travel Demand Maihar Bye pass road junction to (PEPTECH City)Sohawal Road Junction via Circuit House 7060 Mukhtiyarganj Civil line road to TRICHI Colony on Satna Birsinghpur Road( via railway station and bus stand) 6050 Mukhtiyarganj Civil line road to TRICHI Colony on Satna 10084
    • Satna Cluster Satna 40 Km Maihar (VIA Uccher a) 8 Buses Satna 32 km Birsingh pur 7 Buses Satna 28 Km Nagod 5 Buses Satna 38 km Amarpa tan6 Buses Satna 37 km Majhga wa 6 Buses Satna 33 km Rampur Baghel an 7 Buses 88 Route Name Daily Travel Demand Satna to Nagod 2020 Satna to Birsinghpur 5044 Satna to Maihar (VIA Ucchera) 5764 Satna to Rampur Baghelan 3530 Satna to Majhgawa 3466 Satna to Amarpatan 2420
    • Calculations for net fleet requirement: Considering fleet utilization of 90% for Ratlam; Bus fleet required = (59/ 90) * 100 = 66 buses Net fleet required = Bus fleet required – existing buses in good condition Net fleet required =66 – 0 = 66 buses Inter City Intra city 66 Non-AC Midi Buses for intra city 23 Non-AC Midi Buses for cluster city service 43 89
    • • Total Cost Including State Govt. Taxes (A) • 1872.75 Lakh Bus fleet cost 66 Buses (A) • Total cost 108 Lakh ITS Facilities cost ETVMS,PIS CCR (B) • Total cost( Up gradation and development of new terminal) 575 Lakh Support Infrastructure ( C ) Total Cost = 2555.75 Lakh • 1598.20 LakhJnNURM • 957.55 LakhState & ULB • 2555.75 LakhTotal State and ULB JnNURM Funding Pattern 80% 20% 90
    • 0 500 1000 1500 2000 2500 3000 3500 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 Fare Revenue (in Lakh) Non- fare Revenue (in Lakh) 91
    • Cash flow Statement Cash Flow Values in Lakhs Capital Expenditure/ Salvage Value Buses 165 Depots/ Terminal 143.75 ITS 16.2 Total Salvage Value 324.95 Net Surplus 3383 Total Cashflow 827 With Grant Grant amount 1598.2 Cash flow with grant 2392.22 IRR without grant (in %) 3.65% IRR with grant (in %) 26.1% 0 500 1000 1500 2000 2500 3000 3500 4000 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 Total Revenue (in Lakh) Total Expenses (in Lakh) 92 -176 -89 15 97 192 303 431 580 753 951 -500 0 500 1000 1500 2000 2500 3000 3500 4000 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 Satna Total Revenue (in Lakh) Total Expenses (in Lakh) Net Surplus (in Lakh) Year 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 Daily Per Bus Revenue -731 -370 63 403 798 1258 1790 2408 3126 3948
    • 93 Katni
    • Katni Katni Municipal Corporation Population 2,21,875 Organised Public Transport Absent IPT is the existing public transport in Katni city • Katni is an industrial city that is major trip generator • Roads have ROW but encroachment is prominent • Existing daily public transport ridership is 21265 94
    • 95
    • Existing Travel Characteristics Per capita trip rate (PCTR) has been estimated as given below for the City. Including walk trips : 1.2 Excluding walk trips : 1.1 Purpose Percentage Work 39% Business 16% Education 19% Social/ Recreation 12% Leisure 8% Other 6% Existing daily travel demand in proposed public transport coverage area is 34240 i.e. per capita trip rate (bus) is 0.16 Forecasted daily public transport travel demand (bus) estimated as near about 55990 in next 10 years Mode Trip Length < 2 kms 2 - 4 Kms 4-6 Kms 6-8 Kms > 8 Kms Car 2% 4% 7% 10% 12% Two Wheeler 49% 54% 58% 56% 56% Autos/IPTs 11% 13% 14% 20% 24% Cycles/NMV 38% 29% 21% 14% 8% 49.38% 17.28% 20.99% 12.35% Modal Split Two Wheeler Car Auto/ Magics Cycle 96
    • 97 Bus Stand Railway Station Radhika hotel Kanahiya Hospital KV
    • Katni Proposed Bus Route Network Tilak colleg 3 km kendriy a vidalay a 3 Buses Chanda k CHOWK 6.4 km Overhe ad tank jhola 4 Buses Imaliya 12km Murwar a Railway Station 6 Buses Syna Public 12km Near Electric board 8 Buses 98 Route Name Daily Travel Demand Syna Public School- Near ElectricBoard Yard 6340 Imaliya - Murwara Railway Station (Via Mission chowk and Katni Railway Station) 3172 Chandak Chowk - Overhead Tank (Johla) 2125 Tilak college road junction- Near Kendriya Vidyalay 1593
    • Katni Katni 73 km Umaria11 Buses Katni 50 km Barhi 9 Buses Katni 37 km Vijayra ghogar h 9 Buses Katni 35 km Sahana gar 9 Buses Katni 50 km Sihora9 Buses Chandi Sihora Vijayeraghogarh 99
    • Calculations for net fleet requirement: Considering fleet utilization of 90% for Ratlam; Bus fleet required = (68/ 90) * 100 = 76 buses Net fleet required = Bus fleet required – existing buses in good condition Net fleet required =76 – 0 = 76 buses Inter City Intra city 76 Non-AC Midi Buses for intra city 24 Non-AC Midi Buses for cluster city service 52 100
    • • Total Cost Including State Govt. Taxes (A) • 2156.50 Lakh Bus fleet cost 76 Buses (A) • Total cost 113 Lakh ITS Facilities cost ETVMS,PIS CCR (B) • Total cost( Up gradation and development of new terminal) 650 Lakh Support Infrastructure ( C ) Total Cost = 2919.50 Lakh • 1825.20 LakhJnNURM • 1094.30 LakhState & ULB • 2919.50 LakhTotal State and ULB JnNURM Funding Pattern 80% 20% 101
    • 0 500 1000 1500 2000 2500 3000 3500 4000 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 Fare Revenue (in Lakh) Non- Fare Revenue (in Lakh) 102
    • Cash flow Statement Cash Flow Values in Lakhs Capital Expenditure/ Salvage Value Buses 190 Depots/ Terminal 162.5 ITS 16.95 Total Salvage Value 369.45 Net Surplus 3891 Total Cashflow 971 With Grant Grant amount 1825.2 Cash flow with grant 2758.27 IRR without grant (in %) 3.82% IRR with grant (in %) 26.3% 0 500 1000 1500 2000 2500 3000 3500 4000 4500 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 Total Revenue (in Lakh) Total Expenses (in Lakh) 103 -202 -104 18 112 221 348 496 669 867 1096 -500 0 500 1000 1500 2000 2500 3000 3500 4000 4500 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 Katni Total Revenue (in Lakh) Total Expenses (in Lakh) Net Surplus (in Lakh) Year 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 Daily Per Bus Revenue -729 -375 65 404 797 1255 1789 2412 3126 3951
    • 104 Vidisha
    • Vidisha Vidisha Municipal area population 155,951 Organised Public Transport Absent IPT is only existing public transport in Vidisha city • Vidisha is a tourist place and one of the world heritage sites • Leading agro based industries in Madhya Pradesh • Existing daily public transport ridership is 23400 105
    • Vidisha Proposed Bus Route Network Bus Stand Rangrai Petro Pump Saffron Caffe Ramlela Chouraha M.P Iron Industries Bus Stand Bus Stand 106
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    • Existing Travel Characteristics Mode Trip Length < 2 kms 2 - 4 kms 4-6 kms 6-8 kms > 8 kms Car 2% 4% 7% 10% 12% Two Wheeler 49% 54% 58% 56% 56% Autos/IPTs 11% 13% 14% 20% 24% Cycles/NMV 38% 29% 21% 14% 8% Per capita trip rate (PCTR) has been estimated as given below for the City. Including walk trips : 1.39 Excluding walk trips : 1.02 Mode No Autos 125 Tonga 15 Total 140 Purpose Percentage Work 42% Business 28% Education 12% Social/ Recreation 15% Leisure 2% Other 1% Existing daily travel demand in proposed public transport coverage area is 38730 Forecasted daily public transport travel demand (bus) estimated as near 55310 in next 10 years 39.39% 9.09% 24.24% 27.27% Modal Split Two Wheeler Car Auto/ Magics Cycle 108
    • N Rangai Mandir 16 km Tilakhe di 7 km Gandhi Chowk Pole Factory 6 km Tilakhedi New Krishi Upaj Mandir 12 Bus 6 Bus 7 Bus Eidgah 5 km Old Krish Upaj Mandir 5 Bus Vidisha Proposed Bus Route Network Proposed Bus Route for Vidisha 109 Route Name Daily Travel Demand Tilakhedi - Rangai Mandir- Sanchi 17286 Eidgah to Old KrishiUpajMandi 7200 Tilakhedi to New KrishiUpajMandi 8643 Gandhi Chowk to Pole Factory 10086
    • Vidisha Proposed Bus Route Network Vidisha 50 km Gnajba soda 31 km Vidisha Raisen 8 Bus 6 Bus Vidisha 43 km Berasia 7 Bus Raisen Ganj Basoda Berasia 110 Route Name Daily Travel Demand Vidisha to Bairasia 4043 Vidisha to Ganjbasoda 4614 Vidisha to Raisen 3457
    • Calculations for net fleet requirement: Considering fleet utilization of 90% for Ratlam; Bus fleet required = (51/ 90) * 100 = 57 buses Net fleet required = Bus fleet required – existing buses in good condition Net fleet required =57 – 0 = 57 buses Inter City Intra city 57 Non-AC Midi Buses for intra city 34 Non-AC Midi Buses for cluster city service 23 111
    • • Total Cost Including State Govt. Taxes (A) • 1620 Lakh Bus fleet cost 57 Buses (A) • Total cost 104 Lakh ITS Facilities cost ETVMS,PIS CCR (B) • Total cost( Up gradation and development of new terminal) 412.50 Lakh Support Infrastructure ( C ) Total Cost = 2136.50 Lakh • 1396 LakhGoI • 740.50 Lakh State & ULB • 2136.50 LakhTotal State and ULB Govt. of India JnNURM Funding Pattern 80% 20% 112
    • 0 500 1000 1500 2000 2500 3000 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 Fare Revenue (in Lakh) Non- fare Revenue (in Lakh) 113
    • Cash flow Statement Cash Flow Values in Lakhs Capital Expenditure/ Salvage Value Buses 142.5 Depots/ Terminal 103.125 ITS 15.6 Total Salvage Value 261.225 Net Surplus 2902 Total Cashflow 766 With Grant Grant amount 1396.0 Cash flow with grant 2133.1 IRR without grant (in %) 4.3% IRR with grant (in %) 29.0% 0 500 1000 1500 2000 2500 3000 3500 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 Total Revenue (in Lakh) Total Expenses (in Lakh) 114 -152 -77 13 83 165 261 373 501 650 822 -500 0 500 1000 1500 2000 2500 3000 3500 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 Vidisha Total Revenue (in Lakh) Total Expenses (in Lakh) Net Surplus (in Lakh) Year 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 Daily Per Bus Revenue -731 -371 63 399 794 1255 1793 2409 3125 3951
    • 115 Sagar
    • Sagar Sagar Municipal area population 274,556 Organised Public Transport Absent IPT is only existing public transport in Sagar city • Existing daily public transport ridership is 67082 • The financial status of the City mainly depends on agriculture products, Bidi Udyog and Agarbatti Udyog 116
    • Sagar Chawani Dr Hari Singh Gour University S.N o Route Distance of Stretch (in Kms) Peak hour PCU lane Conf ig. travel speed V/C Rati o Level of Service (LoS) 1 Rajakhedi (Deen Dayal Nagar) to Mandi (Khurai Road) via Sagar Bus Stand 14 3875 4 lane 40 Kmph 0.74 C 2 Bhagwan Ganj to Dr. Gaur University via Mahar Regiment Center 8 3214 2 lane 30 Kmph 0.81 D 3 Kasab Mandi Mosque to Bus stand via Tilli 11 2857 2 lane 30 Kmph 0.83 D 4 Bhagwan Ganj to MPEB Junction via Sagar Cantt. 9 2901 2 lane 31 Kmph 0.8 D Bus Stand ITI Sagar Makroniya Taxi Stand Shailesh Memorial School Mahila Vidayalaya Sagar Income Ttax Office Jhansi Beena Bhopal Narsinghpur Jabalpur Chatarpur 117
    • Existing Travel Characteristics Mode Trip Length < 2 kms 2 - 4 kms 4-6 kms 6-8 kms > 8 kms Car 2% 4% 7% 10% 12% Two Wheeler 49% 54% 58% 56% 56% Autos/IPTs 11% 13% 14% 20% 24% Cycles/NMV 38% 29% 21% 14% 8% Per capita trip rate (PCTR) has been estimated as given below for the City. Including walk trips : 1.5 Excluding walk trips : 1.0 Mode No Autos 75 Magic 115 Total 185 Purpose Percentage Work 36% Business 18% Education 17% Social/ Recreation 9% Leisure 12% Other 8% Existing daily travel demand in proposed public transport coverage area is 61634 i.e. per capita trip rate (bus) is 0.27 Forecasted daily public transport travel demand (bus) estimated as near 90254 in next 10 years33.82% 13.24% 26.47% 26.47% Modal Split Two Wheeler Car Auto/ Magics Cycle 118
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    • Proposed Bus Route and fleet size for Sagar Rajakh edi 14km Mandi Bhagwan ganj to 8km Dr Gaur University 11km Bhagwan ganj MPEB Railway Station 24 km Bus Route for Sagar Kasab mandi mosque Bus stand via Tiilli 10 Bus 7 Bus 9 Bus 7 Bus Makroniya Taxi Stand 120 Route Name Daily Travel Demand Rajakhedi (Deen Dayal Nagar) to Mandi (Khurai Road) via Sagar Bus Stand 16812 Bhagwan Ganj to Dr. Gaur University via Mahar Regiment Center 11767 Kasab Mandi Mosque to Bus stand via Tilli 15133 Bhagwan Ganj to MPEB Junction via Sagar Cantt. 11763
    • Fleet size for Cluster Sagar Banda Rahatgarh 35 km Sagar Rahatgar h 36 km Sagar Banda 9 Bus 7 Bus 121
    • Sagar Fleet Size Calculation Calculations for net fleet requirement: Considering fleet utilization of 90% for Ratlam; Bus fleet required = (44/ 90) * 100 = 49 buses Net fleet required = Bus fleet required – existing buses in good condition Net fleet required =49 – 0 = 49 buses Inter City Intra city 49 Non-AC Midi Buses for intra city 37 Non-AC Midi Buses for cluster city service 12 122
    • Sagarar • Total Cost Including State Govt. Taxes (A) • 1400 Lakh Bus fleet cost 49 Buses (A) • Total cost 100 Lakh ITS Facilities cost ETVMS,PIS CCR (B) • Total cost( Up gradation and development of new terminal) 475 Lakh Support Infrastructure ( C ) Total Cost = 1975.00 Lakh • 1220 LakhJnNURM • 775 LakhState & ULB • 1975 LakhTotal State and ULB JnNURM Funding Pattern 80% 20% 123
    • 0 500 1000 1500 2000 2500 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 Fare Revenue (in Lakh) Non- fare Revenue (in Lakh) 124
    • Cash flow Statement Cash Flow Values in Lakhs Capital Expenditure/ Salvage Value Buses 122.50 Depots/ Terminal 118.75 ITS 15 Total Salvage Value 256.25 Net Surplus 2526 Total Cashflow 551 With Grant Grant amount 1220.00 Cash flow with grant 1746.90 IRR without grant (in %) 2.8% IRR with grant (in %) 24.6% 0 500 1000 1500 2000 2500 3000 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 Total Revenue (in Lakh) Total Expenses (in Lakh) 125 -130 -67 11 72 142 225 320 431 559 707 -500 0 500 1000 1500 2000 2500 3000 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 Sagar Total Revenue (in Lakh) Total Expenses (in Lakh) Net Surplus (in Lakh) Year 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 Daily Per Bus Revenue -727 -375 62 403 794 1259 1790 2410 3126 3954
    • Summery of Capital Cost City Proposed Fleet Requirement Financial inlay for Buses Financial inlay for Ancillary Infrastructure and ITS Articulated Low Floor (400mm) AC Bus Semi Low Floor (900mm) Non AC Bus Non AC Midi Bus (900mm) Total Govt. of India Grant (in Crore) State Govt. Share (in Crore) ULB Share (in Crore) TOTAL (in Crore) Govt. of India Grant (in Crore) State Govt. Share (in Crore) Total Cost (in Crore) Bhopal 5 11 172 43 231 62.99 25.88 37.12 125.99 1.00 23.91 24.91 Jabalpur 0 24 112 22 158 45.12 18.05 27.07 90.24 1.00 25.29 26.29 Gwalior 0 0 0 144 144 34.05 8.51 12.77 55.33 1.00 11.97 12.97 Satna 0 0 0 66 66 14.98 3.75 0.00 18.73 1.00 5.83 6.83 Sagar 0 0 0 49 49 11.20 2.80 0.00 14.00 1.00 4.75 5.75 Ratlam 0 0 0 50 50 11.35 2.84 0.00 14.19 1.00 4.60 5.60 Rewa 0 0 0 66 66 14.98 3.75 0.00 18.73 1.00 5.83 6.83 Katni 0 0 0 76 76 17.25 4.31 0.00 21.56 1.00 6.63 7.63 Singrauli 0 0 0 38 38 6.90 1.73 0.00 8.63 1.00 4.99 5.99 Vidisha 0 0 0 57 57 12.96 3.24 0.00 16.20 1.00 4.17 5.17 Grand Total 5 35 284 611 935 231.78 74.86 76.96 383.60 10.00 97.97 107.97
    • Summery of Cash flow Distribution City Cash flow Without Grant Cash flow With Grant IRR Without Grant IRR With Grant Bhopal 34.65 113.84 4.75% 17.00% Jabalpur 34.43 79.76 3.83% 14.80% Gwalior 19.87 41.43 4.35% 15.60% Satna 8.27 23.92 3.65% 26.10% Sagar 5.51 17.46 2.80% 24.60% Ratlam 5.93 18.02 3.20% 25.50% Rewa 8.27 23.92 3.65% 26.10% Katni 9.71 27.58 3.82% 26.30% Singrauli 5.34 13.05 3.79% 21.30% Vidisha 7.66 21.33 4.30% 29.00%
    • Comments of Principal Secretary from Inception Report Sl No Comments Response 1 Issues and observation should be city specific. All the city specific issues and observations have been provided 2 DPR’s should be bankable on the basis of which a viable public transport could be establishment in the various cities of state. It already has been incorporated 3 Hub and spoke model should be adopted for formation of cluster. Already have been incorporated 4. A DPR should elaborate current roles and responsibilities of RTO and other stakeholders indulged in operation and regulation of public transport system in the cities. Already have been incorporated in reports 4. B Institutional mechanism and clear cut roles and responsibilities of various agencies engaged to regulate public transport such as RTO ,SPV , traffic police , ULB wrt route rationalstion , fare fixation , regulating permit should be elaborated . RTO: Issuing temporary permit, sending fare fixation report to Nodal Officer, sending reports on route rationalization plans to transport department, tax collection and maintaining Motor Vehicle Act. SPV: Existing SPVs are responsible for O&M of existing organized transport system. Traffic Police: No traffic plans are there. They mainly collect Challun and maintain VIP movements ULB: they are responsible for improvements and ,maintenance of existing road networks. 5. A Requisite frequency of public transport mode for sustainable operation and required viability gap funding should be detailed out. It has been incorporated in details in the reports 5. B Type of mode (size) and fleet size for different clusters should be specifically spelled out. It has been incorporated 5. C Operations plan carrying Capex and Opex with respect to financial viability of buses should be detailed out. It has been detailed out. 6 In case of non-viability of mode specified ob GoI, alternative analysis should be done and viable mode or that city including financial operational plan (FOP) should be detailed out. It has been provided in every DPRs 7 City specific photographs such as roads, intersections, existing and proposed bus stand and other ancillary structures should be portyed in the presentation. All relevant photos have been incorporated in the reports 8 In cluster along with origin and destination intermediate cities/town should be motioned with distance from local city. All have been incorporated 9 Model on the basis of which bus system is proposed should be detailed out. All have been incorporated in reports
    • Recommendation •UADD, as early possible, should submit copies of interims DPRS of 10 cities to JnNURM and related •central govt department for their further action . •Various Policy formation and their implementation work at state level in various identified cities should • start immediately •Discussion on the project implementation with various city authorities in each of the 10 cities •SPV will run on Net cost Model •IPT Route and Public Transport route should be Segregated •Formulation of UMTC •To Increases the non fare box revenue policy such as advertisement, Parking etc should be formed at city level.