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Rajkot BRTS

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SESSION 2A - ‘Bus Rapid Transit – Stories from 2013

SESSION 2A - ‘Bus Rapid Transit – Stories from 2013

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  • 1. Rajkot BRTSVijay Anadkat, Fellow, EMBARQ India
  • 2. Location : 20.18N & 70.51EHeart of Saurashtra region ofGujarat StateArea : 104.86 Sq.KmsPopulation : 12,90,000(as per census 2011)Slum Population :2,02,371Climate : Max.43.5O C(Avg.) : Min. 24.2 O CRain fall : Avg. 500 mmCity wards : 23About city
  • 3. RMC took responsibilityof city bus service fromthe state Govt. sinceApril 2006City bus service startedin PPP mode during2006City Mobility Plan wasprepared during 2007Rajkot BRTS corridor tocover city with 63.50 kmslength plannedBRTS Background
  • 4. Motor vehicles growth of 9.5% annuallyThe highest growth is of two wheelers, which is 9.8%.The public transport in the city is only 0.5%More than 10,000 auto rickshaws and chhakda having average triplength of 5.4km and 13km respectively.The city has no facilities for NMVsNo facilities for pedestrians in most areas.Rajkot Vehicular Growth01000002000003000004000001990 - 1991 1994 - 1995 2000- 2001YearVehiclesPassenger Vehicles Goods Vehicles
  • 5. Mode of Travel & TripAreaTrip Rate(incl. Walk)Trip Rate(Excl. Walk)Trip Length(in Kms)Central Area 1.21 0.90 2.93Rest of RMC 1.32 0.95 3.84Rajkot OG 0.89 0.53 3.21(Overall) 1.29 0.92 3.71Walk28.0%PT& Others13.0%Cycle21.0%Tw o Wheeler38.0%
  • 6. Identification of BRTS corridorNo. Name of CorridorName ofCorridor interms ofCityCoverageAvailableRight of Way(in Mt.)Length ofCorridor(in Km.)1 Blue Corridor(Gondal Road-Ring Road crossing toJamnagar Road-Ring Road Crossing toGreenland Chowk to Gondal Road)Ring road 45 - 60 29.002 Green Corridor(Arvindbhai Maniar Nagar to JamnagarRoad – Ring Road Crossing)North-South 18 - 24 16.503 Red Corridor(Green land Chowk to SaurashtraUniversity)East-West 18 - 24 18.00Total… 63.50
  • 7. Blue Corridor - 29KmsGreen Corridor - 16.5KmsRed Corridor - 18KmsTotal - 63.5 kmsBRTS PhasingBlue CorridorRed CorridorGreen Corridor
  • 8. Assessment of CorridorNo. Description Blue Rank Red Rank Green Rank1 Width of Corridor(in mt)45 – 60 1 18 -24 2 18 -24 32 Length of in Kms 29.00 3 16.50 2 18 13 Proposed width forBRTS (in mt.)8.00 1 Mix modeor 3.753 Mix modeor 3.7524 No of Junctions 55 1 61 2 63 35 No of Bottle Necks 0 1 1 2 2 36 Environment Issues 75 trees 2 No Impact 1 105 trees 37 Social Issues Hawker /StreetVendors3 Road sideencroachment2 LesserImpact1AVG. RANKS 12 14 16FINAL RANK(LESSER IS BETTER)1 2 3
  • 9. (Part-1) : Gondal Roadto Jamnagar Road - 10.70kms(Part-2) :JamnagarRoad to Morbi Road(RUDA area) - 9.16 kms(Part-3) : Morbi Roadto Gondal Road(National Highway) - 9.14kmsRajkot BRTS Phasing of Blue corridorPart IPart IIPart III
  • 10. Development of the Complete Right of Way (ROW) of the project road by way of:Segregated Bus lanes (3.35 m)Cycle Tracks (2.20 m)Footpaths for Pedestrians (1.80 m)MV Lane for Personalized Motor Vehicles i.e. Car, Two Wheelers etc (8.00 m)Service Lane for Parking / Access to Properties (4.50 m)Parking Lots for Personalized / Public Vehicles Terminal / Interchange Points forBuses / Auto RickshawsBus Stop / Bus SheltersLane Redistribution
  • 11. RBRTS_Photos
  • 12. Split Fly-over
  • 13. One A/C bus @free of costDuring June 2011-for one monthLow Floor busLet side-curb sidedoorAutomatic gearsystemBRTS Trial run with Mercedes Benz
  • 14. One bus for one monthMini A/C bus like metro @ 650 mm platformRight side central doorPeople appreciatedBRTS Trial run with SML
  • 15. RBRTS buses
  • 16. Level Boarding
  • 17. Sanctioned Total Project Cost Rs. 110.00 CroreFly Over Expense Rs. 53.06 CroreBRTS Road way Expense Rs. 103.19 Crore18 Bus Shelter Expense Rs. 4.60 CroreTotal Expenditure Rs. 170 CroreTotal Expenditure
  • 18. FSI on corridor increase by 0.75Chargeable FSIOnly 20% of recovery will also generate @ Rs.150 croreToDSale ofaddi.FSI by‘x’Generation of Revenue based on Rate chargeable for additional FSIOption:1 Option:2RemarkResi. Comm Vacan Total Resi. Comm Vacant TotalRs.750 Rs.1000 Rs.800 Rs.1500 Rs.2000 Rs.1750X =0.50 22.41 13.38 5.55 41.33 44.81 26.75 9.71 81.28X=0.75 33.61 20.06 8.33 62.00 67.22 40.13 14.57 121.91 SelectedoptionX =1.00 44.81 26.75 11.10 82.66 89.63 53.50 19.43 162.55
  • 19. Rajpath: Brand ImageSpeed by Wheel & Narrow pathPhilosophyR for RajkotR for Rapid
  • 20. RMC completed construction of 10.7 Km as RajkotPilot BRTS Project under JnNURMBus operation started with gross cost on PPPSince it is in operation, more than 6 Lakhscommuters have preferred to use BRTS astransportation mediumPilot BRTS is of fully operationalsed with average5000 passenger/dayBus fare ranges Rs.5 to 2311 buses operationlised with 4 minutes headwaysCurrent Status
  • 21. Negative Publicity after Delhi BRTSEncroachment @ 15 to 21 mtsTender premiumShifting of utilitiesCash flowBus Shelter was designed by consultant on curb site shiftedto median• problems of camber/gradient• adjusted in plate formSelection of types of busesFormation of SPVIssues
  • 22. Thanks..