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Implementing Road Designs Where Pedestrians are at the Heart of the Plan - Ravichandar
 

Implementing Road Designs Where Pedestrians are at the Heart of the Plan - Ravichandar

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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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    Implementing Road Designs Where Pedestrians are at the Heart of the Plan - Ravichandar Implementing Road Designs Where Pedestrians are at the Heart of the Plan - Ravichandar Presentation Transcript

    • Tender SURE: Implementing Road Designswhere Pedestrians are at the heart of the PlanRavichandar, Catalyst: City Connect
    • The City Connect Platform Govt. agencies Elected reps. Industry Residents associations associations CITY CONNECTSocial Groups NGO’s The members of the City Connect Foundation who BUSINESS subscribe to the charter • Funds designs, concepts • Volunteer energy • Industry takes the lead
    • Tender SURE: Hierarchy of Users Road widening as strategy avoidable Encourage cycles by providing lanes for it Public transportation essential for sustainable growth Motor Vehicles will get uniform lanes
    • Traditional vs Tender SURE routeRESIDENCY ROAD BEFORE PROPOSAL RESIDENCY ROAD AS PER PROPOSALArea Traditional Tender SUREFootpath What’s left, if available More width, no obstructionBicycle lane Not provided IntegralMotor lane Widen; 3.75 m ++, Varying Uniform; 3 m fineEntry / Exit Not planned Detailed; No jutting onto roadUtility ducts None Integral at outsetAsset mapping None Push utilities to do itInter agency Separate tenders at different times Single tenderStreet light No experimenting LED, Green
    • It’s a win-win propositionBlr City Connect role Government role• Advocacy • Accept proposition• Designs • Implement Funding Funding Rs. 85 Lakhs Rs.300 Crores
    • Thinking about Safe accessPedestrians and NMT get lip sympathy • Outcome orientation necessaryWe need a mobility tsar and a huge mindset changeRole of Civil Society in advocacy, ideation, designsSome Pedestrian only areas as a starting point? • Reclaim the streets