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

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

    1. 1. Approach to enhance access to transit nodesin urban infill contextsSonal Shah, Associate, Urban Development andAccessibility, EMBARQ India
    2. 2. Safe access is a key indicatorthat determines the success oftransport and urban-formintegration
    3. 3. Demonstrate safe access methodologyData collection and documentationAnalysisScenario buildingMaster list of proposalsPhasing of projectsConsensus buildingObjective of presentation
    4. 4. Case StudiesIndiranagar metro station, BangaloreChakala metro station, MIDC Marol
    5. 5. Documentation frameworkECONOMICECONOMIC NETWORKSFORMAL/INFORMALOCCUPATIONAL HERITAGEINSTITUTIONALSTATUTORY PLANSAGENCIES / BOUNDARIESOTHER STAKEHOLDERSINTANGIBLEHISTORY AND EVOLUTIONDEMOGRAPHYCULTURAL TRADITIONSPEDESTRIANNETWORKS, ACCESS ANDSTREET LIFEPHYSICALURBAN FABRICMOBILITY NETWORKSTREET ENVIRONMENT
    6. 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. 7. Surveys (280)RESIDENTS, VISITORSPASSERSBY1 - Profile2 – Overall Travel pattern3 – Perceptions• Cycling• Public Transport• Para – Transit• Parking• Public Spaces
    8. 8. Surveys (65)FORMAL AND INFORMALBUSINESS1 - Profile2 - History3 – Employee Profile andServices4 – Business Cycles5 – Social Events6 - Perceptions
    9. 9. Surveys600 Pedestrian Origin Destination SurveysTotal Station Survey of 10 major intersections, Central Road and Cross Road B
    10. 10. Detailed Mapping
    11. 11. Detailed Mapping
    12. 12. Detailed Mapping
    13. 13. Counts & DataPEDESTRIAN ANDVEHICULAR COUNTS312123UDYOG SARATHI JUNCTIONCHAKALA STATIONCENTRAL ROAD AND CROSS ROAD CFatalities and serious injuries
    14. 14. Analytical frameworkProtectionTraffic safety, street securityand protection from theenvironmentComfortWalking, staying, sitting,seeing, recreation andactivitiesEnjoymentScale, climate and aestheticqualityTransitPublic transport & cyclingImage Source: Gehl ArchitectsCTS Mexico
    15. 15. How comfortable are streets for walking?
    16. 16. How comfortable are streets for walking?
    17. 17. How comfortable are streets for walking?
    18. 18. How comfortable are streets for walking?
    19. 19. How comfortable are streets for walking?Unregulated parking: Inaccessible footpaths
    20. 20. How comfortable are streets for walking?Utilities / infrastructure: Obstructed footpaths
    21. 21. How comfortable are streets for walking?Unregulated vending: Obstructed footpaths
    22. 22. How comfortable are streets for walking?Unregulated vending: Obstructed footpathsGarbage accumulation
    23. 23. How does the built form relate to people?Opaque edge Semi-porous edge Porous edge
    24. 24. Pedestrian Level of Service:Generally E & FVehicular Level ofService: FIRC 103: Guidelines forPedestrian Facilitiesrecommends: BScenario Building: Today (2011)
    25. 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. 26. Pedestrian Level of Service: FVehicular Level ofService: FIRC 103: Guidelines forPedestrian Facilitiesrecommends: BScenario: Business As Usual (2015-2020)
    27. 27. Achieve pedestrian level ofservice B / CScenario Building: Proposed (2012)
    28. 28. ProposalCMH ROAD PHASE ONE DETAIL
    29. 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. 30. Existing Situation (2011)
    31. 31. Proposal
    32. 32. Scenario Building: Proposed (2015-2020)Shift to public transport
    33. 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. 34. Phase ICross Road BCentral RoadStreet Design ManualPhasing
    35. 35. Phase IIProposals for entire MIDC MarolPhase IIIRecommendations to theDevelopment Control RegulationsPhasing
    36. 36. Engagements and Way ForwardConsensus Building
    37. 37. ConclusionsChallengesNeed a holistic approachCreating places and not only moving peopleMainstream accessibility planning within public transit projectsUrban-infill contextsOpportunitiesActive local stakeholdersStreet design guidelines
    38. 38. Thank You

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