NORAZUIN BT JAWARI         P55723NURHAFIZA BT MOHD HASSIM   P60144NORIZZA SYAFIQAH BT BAHRIN P65408
TRANSPORTATION•Major impact on the economic development of cities and region.•Advances in transportation changes in the wa...
KAJANGPUTRAJAYA                     BANGI     NILAI             BANDAR SRI PUTRA
KTM KOMUTER                -NILAI               -BANGI                 -UKM              -KAJANG  BUS  -NILAI             ...
NILAI                                   PUTRAJAYABANDAR SRI PUTRABANGI              HIGHWAY          NILAI                ...
KTM-KOMUTER Improve on time punctualities with less delays• Longer coaches withexclusive coach forladies.• more comfortabl...
• Connected both Bandar  Baru Bangi and Kajang• More bus routes services  provided (Genting,  Johor,Kedaha and etc.• Locat...
Less public trasnportation available here.Only taxis and mini busesProvide more services with better timepunctualites
TRANSPORT MODELING   Trip generation     Determines the frequency of origins or destinations of trips in      each zone ...
POPULATION FOR EACH ZONE        ZONE           POPULATION        Kajang           448243   Bandar Baru Bangi     116745   ...
PRODUCTION AND ATTRACTION     ZONE           RESIDENTIAL UNIT   PRODUCTION RATE   PRODUCTION     Kajang              44824...
PRODUCTION AND ATTRACTION     ZONE           RESIDENTIAL UNIT   ATTRACTION RATE   ATTRACTION     Kajang              44824...
ADJUSTED PRODUCTION AND         ATTRACTION     ZONE           PRODUCTION            ATTRACTION     Kajang           291358...
ADJUSTED PRODUCTION AND          ATTRACTION     ZONE           PRODUCTION            ATTRACTION     Kajang           30612...
TRIP PATTERN ( O – D ) MATRIX                        Bandar Baru               Bandar Seri   ZONE        Kajang           ...
TRIP ASSIGNMENT                        Bandar Baru               Bandar Seri  ZONE         Kajang                 Putrajay...
Trip Distribution Diagram 125851        Kajang       111261              Bandar  93877      Baru Bangi     78827          ...
Policy Changes AndRecommendedAction Plan
Government Funding                                 Gives funding to local                                   transport serv...
•More car parks be built at originrather than destination.•Play an important role as it canbe integrated with public trans...
Improvement on pedestrian path andwalkway    •Increase the safety of    pedestrian    • summons to be issued for    those ...
   Proposed in 2010, fully operational in 2016   Expected to serve on population of 1.2 mil   Total length of 150 km, w...
LRT AND BRTCOST ESTIMATION CONCLUSION
*Generate a new                                      stretch for LRT to link   2020 : LRT    2020: Bus services          t...
OVERALL PROPOSED ALIGNMENT OF KAJANG –    BANGI – PUTRAJAYA – BANDAR SERI PUTRA – NILAI                          3        ...
DESIGN DATA FOR LRT MONORAIL speed - up to 60km/hr capacity – up to 40,000 passengers/hr/dir suitable for radial moveme...
DESIGN DATA FOR BUS RAPID TRANSIT   Distance between Putrajaya – Kajang - Nilai:    29 km.   Seats : 60 pass., standees:...
PROPOSED INTEGRATED                   STATION                                                PUTRAJAYA STATION            ...
Low SpaceSPEED?                                                       Utilization?                PROPOSED LRT            ...
Maximize                                                        Passenger                   RIDERSHIP?                    ...
SUSTAINABLEELECTRIC BUS
SIDEPLATFORM STATION
PEDESTRIANCROSSING &SUSTAINABLE WALKWAY
BRT –SIDE PLATFORM ELEVATED HALTOPTION -02PEDESTRIAN CROSSING AT GROUND LEVEL    PLATFORM LEVEL PLAN
COST ESTIMATION  LRT MONORAIL For five heavy LRT lines, the estimated cost                                     = RM 50 mi...
CONCLUSION   From our point of personal view that most of people prefer to use    the train compare with the bus for the ...
THANK YOU
REFERENCEShttp://aibob.blogspot.com/2012/01/vintage-and-rare-photos-of-kuala-lumpur.htmlhttp://www.mymrt.com.my/http://www...
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  1. 1. NORAZUIN BT JAWARI P55723NURHAFIZA BT MOHD HASSIM P60144NORIZZA SYAFIQAH BT BAHRIN P65408
  2. 2. TRANSPORTATION•Major impact on the economic development of cities and region.•Advances in transportation changes in the way of living and great influencedin development of civilization.•Public transportation contributed in the shaping of town.•Areas with efficient public transport are economically thriving and can offeradvantageous for businesses and individuals to work or live in.
  3. 3. KAJANGPUTRAJAYA BANGI NILAI BANDAR SRI PUTRA
  4. 4. KTM KOMUTER -NILAI -BANGI -UKM -KAJANG BUS -NILAI ERL EXISTING BANGI TRANSPORTATION -NILAI KAJANG -PUTRAJAYAPUTRAJAYA TAXIS -NILAI -BANDAR SRI PUTRA -BANGI -KAJANG -PUTRAJAYA
  5. 5. NILAI PUTRAJAYABANDAR SRI PUTRABANGI HIGHWAY NILAI BANGIKAJANG KAJANGPUTRAJAYA KAJANG PUTRAJAYA KAJANG PUTRAJAYA
  6. 6. KTM-KOMUTER Improve on time punctualities with less delays• Longer coaches withexclusive coach forladies.• more comfortable totravel and providedwith wifi services
  7. 7. • Connected both Bandar Baru Bangi and Kajang• More bus routes services provided (Genting, Johor,Kedaha and etc.• Located near to UKM KTM station• Located at the center of Pekan Kajang.
  8. 8. Less public trasnportation available here.Only taxis and mini busesProvide more services with better timepunctualites
  9. 9. TRANSPORT MODELING Trip generation  Determines the frequency of origins or destinations of trips in each zone by trip purpose, as a function of land uses and household demographics, and other socio-economic factors. Trip distribution  Matches origins with destinations, often using a gravity model function, equivalent to an entropy maximizing model. Modal split  Computes the proportion of trips between each origin and destination that use a particular transportation mode. Trip assignment  Allocates trips between an origin and destination by a particular mode to a route.
  10. 10. POPULATION FOR EACH ZONE ZONE POPULATION Kajang 448243 Bandar Baru Bangi 116745 Putrajaya 62457 Bandar Seri Putra 71683 Nilai 38612
  11. 11. PRODUCTION AND ATTRACTION ZONE RESIDENTIAL UNIT PRODUCTION RATE PRODUCTION Kajang 448243 0.65 291358Bandar Baru Bangi 116745 0.65 75884 Putrajaya 62457 0.65 40597Bandar Seri Putra 71683 0.65 46594 Nilai 38612 0.65 25098
  12. 12. PRODUCTION AND ATTRACTION ZONE RESIDENTIAL UNIT ATTRACTION RATE ATTRACTION Kajang 448243 0.75 336182Bandar Baru Bangi 116745 0.72 84056 Putrajaya 62457 0.72 44969Bandar Seri Putra 71683 0.49 35125 Nilai 38612 0.72 27801
  13. 13. ADJUSTED PRODUCTION AND ATTRACTION ZONE PRODUCTION ATTRACTION Kajang 291358 336182Bandar Baru Bangi 75884 84056 Putrajaya 40597 44969Bandar Seri Putra 46594 35125 Nilai 25098 27801 TOTAL 479531 528133 AVERAGE 503832
  14. 14. ADJUSTED PRODUCTION AND ATTRACTION ZONE PRODUCTION ATTRACTION Kajang 306123 320713Bandar Baru Bangi 79730 80189 Putrajaya 42654 42900Bandar Seri Putra 48955 33508 Nilai 26370 26521 TOTAL 503832 503832 AVERAGE 503832
  15. 15. TRIP PATTERN ( O – D ) MATRIX Bandar Baru Bandar Seri ZONE Kajang Putrajaya Nilai PRODUCTION Bangi Putra Kajang 194862 48722 26066 20359 16114 306123Bandar Baru 50752 12690 6789 5303 4197 79730 Bangi Putrajaya 27152 6789 3632 2837 2245 42654 Bandar Seri 31162 7792 4168 3256 2577 48955 Putra Nilai 16786 4197 2245 1754 1388 26370ATTRACTION 320713 80189 42900 33508 26521 503832
  16. 16. TRIP ASSIGNMENT Bandar Baru Bandar Seri ZONE Kajang Putrajaya Nilai Bangi Putra Kajang 48722 26066 20359 16114Bandar Baru 50752 6789 5303 4197 Bangi Putrajaya 27152 6789 2837 2245Bandar Seri 31162 7792 4168 2577 Putra Nilai 16786 4197 2245 1754
  17. 17. Trip Distribution Diagram 125851 Kajang 111261 Bandar 93877 Baru Bangi 78827 Putrajaya 66350 51055 Bandar Seri Putra 25133 48955 Nilai
  18. 18. Policy Changes AndRecommendedAction Plan
  19. 19. Government Funding Gives funding to local transport services. In order to maintain and improve the infrastructure. Mobility and Traffic Laws Management To ensure to be Aims that by 2025,more successfully than half commuting trip implemented.made via public transport.Mobility centers will be set Policy Ensure all buses uses NGV or non up to coordinate all transportation Changes polluting and low emission fuel to infrastructure. minimized pollutant. Improving road signage Parking Management and and road safety. Park-And-Ride System More be built at origins rather than destination. Parking tickets at a very minimum and reasonable price to maintain continuous support. Safe and secure environment for parked vehicle.
  20. 20. •More car parks be built at originrather than destination.•Play an important role as it canbe integrated with public transportpark-and-ride system•Provide real time information onparking space availability•Safe and secure environment inthe parking spaces • Urban areas classified as traffic restrain zone • entering fee will be charged to ensure those who choose will Can drive in stress free environment Discourage private car use Reducing road congestion
  21. 21. Improvement on pedestrian path andwalkway •Increase the safety of pedestrian • summons to be issued for those who cross zebra crossing without stopping (enforce law) •Beautify and add in more landscape with it •Implement green pedestrian •Latest improvement was air conditioned KLCC-Bukit Bintang Walkway
  22. 22.  Proposed in 2010, fully operational in 2016 Expected to serve on population of 1.2 mil Total length of 150 km, with 31 stations and 16 incorporating with park-and- ride system Integration with existing Kajang Komuter Station
  23. 23. LRT AND BRTCOST ESTIMATION CONCLUSION
  24. 24. *Generate a new stretch for LRT to link 2020 : LRT 2020: Bus services the town.passenger 40 % 1.7 % incremental incremental only *For bus services, the service upgrading into good condition
  25. 25. OVERALL PROPOSED ALIGNMENT OF KAJANG – BANGI – PUTRAJAYA – BANDAR SERI PUTRA – NILAI 3 Park FEEDER FEEDER N BUS BUS Ride KAJANG 15 KM Integrated with KTM KOMUTER Park FEEDER N BUS 13 KM Ride PUTRAJAYA Integrated with KLIA (ERL) FEEDER BUS 28 KM BANGI FEEDER Park LRT Monorail Integrate with BUS N Elevated BRT Ride LEGENDS BANDAR SERI PUTRAX LRT MONORAILX ELEVATED BRT LINE INTEGRATED STATION FEEDER NILAI 3 BUS STATION NILAI Integrated with KTM KOMUTER
  26. 26. DESIGN DATA FOR LRT MONORAIL speed - up to 60km/hr capacity – up to 40,000 passengers/hr/dir suitable for radial movement and for high density and high plot ratio area relatively smooth and comfortable operation, easy boarding, attractive stations, and easy- to-understand routes and schedules facilities for disabled are functionality
  27. 27. DESIGN DATA FOR BUS RAPID TRANSIT Distance between Putrajaya – Kajang - Nilai: 29 km. Seats : 60 pass., standees: 25 pass. Travel Time = 50 minutes. headway = max.30 minutes. Average of passenger = 23039 pass./day Hours of job: 18 hr. (6:00am-12:00am). Time of stopping at terminal :5 minutes. Growth Rate : 1.74% Elevated BRT for decrease land acquisition
  28. 28. PROPOSED INTEGRATED STATION PUTRAJAYA STATION KLIA ERL INTEGRATED WITH PROPOSED LRT MONORAIL & ELEVATED BRT Sources : Elevated BRT Sunway Line, 2012 KAJANG STATION PROPOSED LRT MONORAIL INTEGRATED WITH PROPOSED ELEVATED BRT BANGI STATION PROPOSED ELEVATED BRT INTEGRATED WITH PROPOSED LRT MONORAIL NILAI STATION KTM KOMUTER INTEGRATED WITH PROPOSED LRT MONORAILSources : Elevated BRT Sunway Line, 2012
  29. 29. Low SpaceSPEED? Utilization? PROPOSED LRT MONORAILMINIMAL LAND OPERATEACQUISITION? WITHOUT A DRIVER?SAFETY? LESS Sources : Dean Heaton Mobile Hairdressing, 2008 Environmental STOP? High Capacity? Quality And Conservation?
  30. 30. Maximize Passenger RIDERSHIP? Demand?MINIMAL LAND Sources : Elevated BRT Sunway Line, 2012ACQUISITION? Constructability Aesthetic Value? PROPOSED ELEVATED BUS RAPID TRANSIT (BRT)
  31. 31. SUSTAINABLEELECTRIC BUS
  32. 32. SIDEPLATFORM STATION
  33. 33. PEDESTRIANCROSSING &SUSTAINABLE WALKWAY
  34. 34. BRT –SIDE PLATFORM ELEVATED HALTOPTION -02PEDESTRIAN CROSSING AT GROUND LEVEL PLATFORM LEVEL PLAN
  35. 35. COST ESTIMATION LRT MONORAIL For five heavy LRT lines, the estimated cost = RM 50 mil/km From Purtajaya – Bangi – Nilai = 28 km Construction cost = RM 1.4 Billion ELEVATED BRT For Elevated Bus Rapid Transit = RM50 mil/km From Putrajaya-Kajang-Bangi = 29 km Total estimated cost = RM 1.45 Billion
  36. 36. CONCLUSION From our point of personal view that most of people prefer to use the train compare with the bus for the following reasons: * Not to waste time on the road by the congestion . * Uniform time by using the train. * Easy to use train. * Comfort in long-distance. * Easy to access to needed destination. * Life span of the train. * Train serves the large number of passengers. Finally, from the previous calculations and the estimated costs of the project, we found that the option of using buses is the best economically as we can used it on the same current roads also for lower operating costs compared to use the train, if the design was subject to the conditions established in the calculations of the trip distributions .
  37. 37. THANK YOU
  38. 38. REFERENCEShttp://aibob.blogspot.com/2012/01/vintage-and-rare-photos-of-kuala-lumpur.htmlhttp://www.mymrt.com.my/http://www.mrt.com.my/http://malaysiafactbook.com/Maju_Expresswayhttp://tripwow.tripadvisor.com/slideshow-photo/shaded-walkway-san-michele-anacapri-by-travelpod-member-everardt-curinga-italy.html?sid=10970492&fid=tp-14http://www.jpm.gov.my/post/modules/pajpm/vbulletin.php?page=19&bulletin_id=150http://www.nst.com.my/streets/central/driving-through-zebra-crossings-1.67695Sources : Elevated BRT Sunway Line, 2012Bus Rapid Transit Design Guidelines via transit sustainability policiesTHAMIZH ARASAN &VEDAGIRI- Modelling Modal Shift from Personal Vehicles to Bus on Introduction ofBus PriorityMeasure.K.Fedra-Sustainable Urban Transportation:A model-based approach.Masanobu &Hanaoka: COMPARISON OF SUSTAINABILITY BETWEENPRIVATE AND PUBLIC TRANSPORT CONSIDERING URBAN STRUCTURE-2003Parsons Brincker- Improving The Pedestrian EnvironmentNikki Laffel- Promoting Public Transportation for Sustainable Development,May 2006NPTEL-Role of transportation in society-May 2004Reid Ewig-Pedestrian And Transit Friendly DesignHiroya Fujimoto-The Modal Shift to Environmentally Sustainble Transport prospects of Urban Transport Systems:LRT,BRT and Buses.

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