Involving Local Stakeholders - Case of MIDC Marol - Apurva Patel

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

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Involving Local Stakeholders - Case of MIDC Marol - Apurva Patel

  1. 1. Involving local stakeholders: Case ofMIDC MarolApurva Patel, MIDC Marol Industries Association
  2. 2. How can local stakeholders beinvolved in planning foraccessibility to transit nodes?Involving Local Stakeholders
  3. 3. 1978: Water supply security deposit1986: MIDC transferred infrastructure to MCGM2000: MIDC and MCGM contributed 46.60 crore for streetinfrastructure at behest of MMIA2006: Option to choose electric supply agency was approved bySupreme Court in favour of consumers - MMIA2011: EMBARQ-ed upon development of pedestrianinfrastructureInvolving Local Stakeholders
  4. 4. Involving Local StakeholdersAUGUST2011DECEMBER2011MARCH2012OCTOBER2012JANUARY2013FEBRUARY2013MARCH2013MAY2013SEPTEMBER2013PROJECT INITIATEDWITH MMIADOCUMENTATION COMPLETED;MMIA WORKING COMMITTEE CREATEDMASTER PROPOSALS DISCUSSED;DEMONSTRATION PROJECTS IDENTIFIEDCONSENSUS BUILT WITH MCGM ANDTRAFFIC POLICE ON DEMONSTRATIONPROJECTDCR RECOMMENDATIONS PRESENTED TOMIDCCROSS ROAD B PROPOSAL SUBMITTED;VOTE ON CENTRAL ROAD PROPOSALONGOING: BUILD CONSENSUSWITH TRAFFIC POLICECENTRAL ROAD PROPOSAL SUBMITTED;DCR RECOMMENDATIONS ACCEPTED BYMIDCPHASE I PROPOSALS APPROVED BYTRAFFIC POLICE AND MCGMIMPLEMENTATION OF PHASE IPROPOSALS
  5. 5. Through partnershipsInteraction with MMIA andCommittee membersInvolving Local StakeholdersAugust 2011
  6. 6. Collecting data through surveys of different types of users:residents, employees, formal and informal business ownersUnderstanding perceptions through interviewsInvolving Local StakeholdersFORMAL AND INFORMALBUSINESS1 - Profile2 - History3 – Employee Profile andServices4 – Business Cycles5 – Social Events6 - Perceptions
  7. 7. Informing, incorporating inputs and building capacity throughsustained engagementInvolving Local Stakeholders
  8. 8. Presenting to government officialsInvolving Local Stakeholders
  9. 9. ConclusionsBuilding consensus is a long processCollective efforts yield resultsActive involvement of MMIA can serve as anexample, which can be emulated across Mumbai andIndiaInvolving local stakeholders
  10. 10. Thank You

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