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Approach to Enhance Access to Transit Nodes in Urban Infill Contexts - Sonal Shah
Approach to Enhance Access to Transit Nodes in Urban Infill Contexts - Sonal Shah
Approach to Enhance Access to Transit Nodes in Urban Infill Contexts - Sonal Shah
Approach to Enhance Access to Transit Nodes in Urban Infill Contexts - Sonal Shah
Approach to Enhance Access to Transit Nodes in Urban Infill Contexts - Sonal Shah
Approach to Enhance Access to Transit Nodes in Urban Infill Contexts - Sonal Shah
Approach to Enhance Access to Transit Nodes in Urban Infill Contexts - Sonal Shah
Approach to Enhance Access to Transit Nodes in Urban Infill Contexts - Sonal Shah
Approach to Enhance Access to Transit Nodes in Urban Infill Contexts - Sonal Shah
Approach to Enhance Access to Transit Nodes in Urban Infill Contexts - Sonal Shah
Approach to Enhance Access to Transit Nodes in Urban Infill Contexts - Sonal Shah
Approach to Enhance Access to Transit Nodes in Urban Infill Contexts - Sonal Shah
Approach to Enhance Access to Transit Nodes in Urban Infill Contexts - Sonal Shah
Approach to Enhance Access to Transit Nodes in Urban Infill Contexts - Sonal Shah
Approach to Enhance Access to Transit Nodes in Urban Infill Contexts - Sonal Shah
Approach to Enhance Access to Transit Nodes in Urban Infill Contexts - Sonal Shah
Approach to Enhance Access to Transit Nodes in Urban Infill Contexts - Sonal Shah
Approach to Enhance Access to Transit Nodes in Urban Infill Contexts - Sonal Shah
Approach to Enhance Access to Transit Nodes in Urban Infill Contexts - Sonal Shah
Approach to Enhance Access to Transit Nodes in Urban Infill Contexts - Sonal Shah
Approach to Enhance Access to Transit Nodes in Urban Infill Contexts - Sonal Shah
Approach to Enhance Access to Transit Nodes in Urban Infill Contexts - Sonal Shah
Approach to Enhance Access to Transit Nodes in Urban Infill Contexts - Sonal Shah
Approach to Enhance Access to Transit Nodes in Urban Infill Contexts - Sonal Shah
Approach to Enhance Access to Transit Nodes in Urban Infill Contexts - Sonal Shah
Approach to Enhance Access to Transit Nodes in Urban Infill Contexts - Sonal Shah
Approach to Enhance Access to Transit Nodes in Urban Infill Contexts - Sonal Shah
Approach to Enhance Access to Transit Nodes in Urban Infill Contexts - Sonal Shah
Approach to Enhance Access to Transit Nodes in Urban Infill Contexts - Sonal Shah
Approach to Enhance Access to Transit Nodes in Urban Infill Contexts - Sonal Shah
Approach to Enhance Access to Transit Nodes in Urban Infill Contexts - Sonal Shah
Approach to Enhance Access to Transit Nodes in Urban Infill Contexts - Sonal Shah
Approach to Enhance Access to Transit Nodes in Urban Infill Contexts - Sonal Shah
Approach to Enhance Access to Transit Nodes in Urban Infill Contexts - Sonal Shah
Approach to Enhance Access to Transit Nodes in Urban Infill Contexts - Sonal Shah
Approach to Enhance Access to Transit Nodes in Urban Infill Contexts - Sonal Shah
Approach to Enhance Access to Transit Nodes in Urban Infill Contexts - Sonal Shah
Approach to Enhance Access to Transit Nodes in Urban Infill Contexts - Sonal Shah
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Approach to Enhance Access to Transit Nodes in Urban Infill Contexts - Sonal Shah

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SESSION 4B - ‘Walking Transit’ - Enhancing Safe Access to Transit Nodes

SESSION 4B - ‘Walking Transit’ - Enhancing Safe Access to Transit Nodes

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  • Pedestrian priority access to transit nodePublic plazas Linking feeder services with the station – IPT stands
  • LOS for walking B/C? Driveway detail, show walkway along CRB,
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    • 1. Approach to enhance access to transit nodesin urban infill contextsSonal Shah, Associate, Urban Development andAccessibility, EMBARQ India
    • 2. Safe access is a key indicatorthat determines the success oftransport and urban-formintegration
    • 3. Demonstrate safe access methodologyData collection and documentationAnalysisScenario buildingMaster list of proposalsPhasing of projectsConsensus buildingObjective of presentation
    • 4. Case StudiesIndiranagar metro station, BangaloreChakala metro station, MIDC Marol
    • 5. Documentation frameworkECONOMICECONOMIC NETWORKSFORMAL/INFORMALOCCUPATIONAL HERITAGEINSTITUTIONALSTATUTORY PLANSAGENCIES / BOUNDARIESOTHER STAKEHOLDERSINTANGIBLEHISTORY AND EVOLUTIONDEMOGRAPHYCULTURAL TRADITIONSPEDESTRIANNETWORKS, ACCESS ANDSTREET LIFEPHYSICALURBAN FABRICMOBILITY NETWORKSTREET ENVIRONMENT
    • 6. 1 – Existing Land Use2 – Existing Building Use3 – Existing Building Heights4 – Figure Ground5 – Natural and Heritage Features6 – Tenure and Lessee Type7 – Block Size and Connectivity8 – Existing Status of Development9 – Typology Mapping10 – Building Edges11 – Plot Sizes12 – Road Hierarchy and Widths13 – Bus Stops and Paratransit14 – Existing Parking15 – Pick up and drop off16 – Informal Activities Type and Time17 – Ward boundariesDocumentation
    • 7. Surveys (280)RESIDENTS, VISITORSPASSERSBY1 - Profile2 – Overall Travel pattern3 – Perceptions• Cycling• Public Transport• Para – Transit• Parking• Public Spaces
    • 8. Surveys (65)FORMAL AND INFORMALBUSINESS1 - Profile2 - History3 – Employee Profile andServices4 – Business Cycles5 – Social Events6 - Perceptions
    • 9. Surveys600 Pedestrian Origin Destination SurveysTotal Station Survey of 10 major intersections, Central Road and Cross Road B
    • 10. Detailed Mapping
    • 11. Detailed Mapping
    • 12. Detailed Mapping
    • 13. Counts & DataPEDESTRIAN ANDVEHICULAR COUNTS312123UDYOG SARATHI JUNCTIONCHAKALA STATIONCENTRAL ROAD AND CROSS ROAD CFatalities and serious injuries
    • 14. Analytical frameworkProtectionTraffic safety, street securityand protection from theenvironmentComfortWalking, staying, sitting,seeing, recreation andactivitiesEnjoymentScale, climate and aestheticqualityTransitPublic transport & cyclingImage Source: Gehl ArchitectsCTS Mexico
    • 15. How comfortable are streets for walking?
    • 16. How comfortable are streets for walking?
    • 17. How comfortable are streets for walking?
    • 18. How comfortable are streets for walking?
    • 19. How comfortable are streets for walking?Unregulated parking: Inaccessible footpaths
    • 20. How comfortable are streets for walking?Utilities / infrastructure: Obstructed footpaths
    • 21. How comfortable are streets for walking?Unregulated vending: Obstructed footpaths
    • 22. How comfortable are streets for walking?Unregulated vending: Obstructed footpathsGarbage accumulation
    • 23. How does the built form relate to people?Opaque edge Semi-porous edge Porous edge
    • 24. Pedestrian Level of Service:Generally E & FVehicular Level ofService: FIRC 103: Guidelines forPedestrian Facilitiesrecommends: BScenario Building: Today (2011)
    • 25. Impact of the metro185 1670 7415 15565 15240279602175514610 14615 12905 12390 12390 12225183 5958 9476 1592 4 1891 1502 4 365 9756VERSOVA GHATKOPARDN NAGAR AZADNAGARANDHERI WEH CHAKALA AIPORTROADMAROLNAKASAKI NAKA SUBHASHNAGARASALPHA152 4670 7059 1858 0 2191 2010 0 168 12223150 2025 6480 12210 12155200502674511860 11860 10440 10120 10115 975536072703207760 (2031)45 (2021)35 P/MIN (2011)24153145419740 P/MIN5270
    • 26. Pedestrian Level of Service: FVehicular Level ofService: FIRC 103: Guidelines forPedestrian Facilitiesrecommends: BScenario: Business As Usual (2015-2020)
    • 27. Achieve pedestrian level ofservice B / CScenario Building: Proposed (2012)
    • 28. ProposalCMH ROAD PHASE ONE DETAIL
    • 29. ProposalC M H R O A D P H A S E O N E S N A P S H O T S431 21AB CDSNAPSHOTSN
    • 30. Existing Situation (2011)
    • 31. Proposal
    • 32. Scenario Building: Proposed (2015-2020)Shift to public transport
    • 33. Master List of ProposalsStreet design of primary roadsIntroducing pedestrian networksIntersection geometry correctionsPotential plots for multi-use (public open spaces etc)Street design of secondary roadsParking management strategyPPCreating nodes / Place markersStreet vending strategySignage strategy / guidelinesSVSS
    • 34. Phase ICross Road BCentral RoadStreet Design ManualPhasing
    • 35. Phase IIProposals for entire MIDC MarolPhase IIIRecommendations to theDevelopment Control RegulationsPhasing
    • 36. Engagements and Way ForwardConsensus Building
    • 37. ConclusionsChallengesNeed a holistic approachCreating places and not only moving peopleMainstream accessibility planning within public transit projectsUrban-infill contextsOpportunitiesActive local stakeholdersStreet design guidelines
    • 38. Thank You

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