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Sustainable Transport Trends & Opportunities for Indian Cities - Planning for Integrated Mobility

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  • Safe Access Designs will improve the physical infrastructureDevelopment Control Regulations will further enable the safe access environment by formalising activities and character of the area
  • Higher densities located closer and lower densities located farther away from transit node.Public plaza at the centre
  • Map showing the existing and proposed roadsBlue – proposed as per the master plan 2031Red – proposed as per the EMBARQ India based on connectivity, creating walk able block sizes and helping to preserve heritage and cultural landscape
  • Designing the road from pedestrian and NMT perspectiveCreating spaces for all – children, youth, elderly as well as for community activities
  • Integration of BRT express stop with feeder and auto standCentral plaza acts brand image of new BRT system conneting BRT corridor and Navanagar nodeIt also function as interchange point

Sustainable Transport Trends & Opportunities for Indian Cities - Planning for Integrated Mobility Sustainable Transport Trends & Opportunities for Indian Cities - Planning for Integrated Mobility Presentation Transcript

  • Sustainable Transport Trends & Opportunities for Indian Cities-planning for integrated mobility Directorate of Urban land transport, Government of Karnataka
  • The Context… Karnataka urbanizing fast:  One of the five most urbanized states.  39% of population in Urban areas.  Projected to increase to >50% by 2030. Brunt of urbanization on Bangalore Vehicles are growing faster:  12.06 Million registered vehicles  150% increase in vehicles in a decade Challenge: Urban sprawl. Silver lining: Good Public transport base; growing stronger.
  • Building a Framework MOBILITY PLANS FOR CITIES     Vision for the city What-if scenarios Data; service level benchmarking Strategy for sustainable mobility  Prepared for all city corporations.  Under preparation for nine cities.  56 other cities/towns being taken up.
  • Focus on Public Transport ENHANCING TRANSIT SHARE  Bus-based PT even in smaller cities  Planning and investing on mass transit  Improving last-mile connectivity  Integration of modes.  PT introduced in >30 cities/towns  Namma metro, Hubli-Dharwad BRTS under implementation  Inter-modal hubs under construction  PBS for Bangalore, Mysore  ITS master plan for Bangalore and Mysore  Station accessibility plans for metro
  • Managing Demand TRAVEL DEMAND MANAGEMENT  Policy and implementation support for regulating parking  Bringing people and places together  Improving public realm  Parking policies for nine cities; implementation support for Bangalore.  Congestion pricing: under preparation  Station area accessibility plans  Navanagar TOD.
  • Capacity Building IMPROVING INSTITUTIONAL AND INDIVIDUAL CAPACITIES IN PLANNING, DESIGN AND IMPLEMENTATION  Training and exposure visits  Mentoring T     Training through SIUD, SUTP Tumkur mentoring project M{A}P Navanagar TOD
  • Integrated mobility in Bangalore-1 Enhancing Safe Access to Namma Metro Stations in Bangalore
  • Station Area Accessibility Plans • Safe pedestrian and bicycle access to metro stations as well as within 500 metres around the station. • Safe and easy integration of modes. • Using development controls to plan for sustainable mobility. • Design of built form to improve the street interface thereby creating a more pedestrian friendly and safer environment
  • Development Control Regulations-Objectives COMPACT DEVELOPMENT • Promote appropriate densities around the station to form compact development STREET DESIGN & SAFE ACCESS • Design the public realm to enhance pedestrian, bicycle and non motorized transport accessibility to the station AREA CHARACTER • Maintain the station area characteristics INCLUSIVENESS • Ensure public places, activities, and opportunities for living, working and recreation are inclusive
  • Station Area Plans in Bangalore - Indiranagar • Traffic Calming Measures • Improved pavements • Safer Public Connectivity • Reduced carriage ways • Accessible and easily visible bus stops • Designated Autostands • Provision of Street Furniture & Signage • Regulated Parking
  • Scaling up Station Area Plans 10 stations of Reach-3-3A by consultants Swastik by DULT Prepared (1) Under Preparation (13) Indiranagar by EMBARQ Jayanagar & Banashankari by consultant
  • Integrated mobility in Hubli-Dharwad-2 Hubli-Dharwad Bus Rapid Transit System Transit Oriented Development Navanagar
  • Hubli-Dharwad BRTS BRTS corridor: 22.25 km. Connecting two cities. Population ~ I million 70% mode share for PT(bus) 6,500 PHPDT Dharwad Hubli
  • Corridor Growth (PB Road) Year 2000 14
  • Corridor Growth (PB Road) Year 2021 15
  • Towards Integrated Mobility In HubliDharwad • Transit infrastructure • Route rationalization: trunk and feeder • Integration of modes through transit hubs, improvements to pedestrian infrastructure • City mobility centre-ITS for BRTS as well as feeder services, Traffic management. • City plan for land use and transport integration • Corridor and transit infrastructure landscape plan
  • Navanagar TOD Project Principles of TOD 1. Safe Access / Complete Streets 2. Public Spaces 3. Cultural Landscapes 4. Integrated Transport 5. Compact Development 6. Transit Supportive Uses 7. Travel Demand Management
  • View of existing development at Navanagar BRT stop • Low density scattered development with no hierarchy of building typologies • Lack of public spaces near proposed BRT stop
  • Incomplete Street network Proposed Road Network
  • Navanagar Demonstration Projects 3 BRT Corrido r Design Components: Public Spaces 1. Central Spine 2. Plaza 3. Pond Park Schools 1 2 Park Park Project Area Key Map
  • Design of Central Spine Existing View of Central Spine – Neighborhood Plaza Cycle Track Seating Areas Neighborhood Plaza Pedestrian Pathway Local One way street Proposed View of Central Spine – Neighbourhood Plaza Proposed View of Central Spine – Neighbourhood Plaza Source: EMBARQ India
  • Design of Central Spine Proposed Central Spine Plan Central Plaza Institutions Central Spine Key Map
  • Design of Central Plaza Vehicular Drop-off Zone BRTS Bus Stop Feeder Bus Stop Internal Road Proposed BRTS Bus Stop Cycle Track Auto-Rickshaw Drop-off Zone Amphitheatre Pedestrian Crossing Temporary Exhibition Space Tabletop Crossing Central Spine Plaza Public Toilet Key Map Source: EMBARQ India Proposed Plan of Plaza
  • View of Central Plaza Central Plaza Key Map Proposed View of Central Plaza
  • Thank you V.Manjula, IAS Commissioner , Directorate of Urban Land Transport (DULT) BMTC TTMC ‘B’ Block (above bus stand), 4th Floor, Shantinagar, KH Road, Bangalore-560027