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Corridor Selection in USA and UAE with GIS
Corridor Selection in USA and UAE with GIS
Corridor Selection in USA and UAE with GIS
Corridor Selection in USA and UAE with GIS
Corridor Selection in USA and UAE with GIS
Corridor Selection in USA and UAE with GIS
Corridor Selection in USA and UAE with GIS
Corridor Selection in USA and UAE with GIS
Corridor Selection in USA and UAE with GIS
Corridor Selection in USA and UAE with GIS
Corridor Selection in USA and UAE with GIS
Corridor Selection in USA and UAE with GIS
Corridor Selection in USA and UAE with GIS
Corridor Selection in USA and UAE with GIS
Corridor Selection in USA and UAE with GIS
Corridor Selection in USA and UAE with GIS
Corridor Selection in USA and UAE with GIS
Corridor Selection in USA and UAE with GIS
Corridor Selection in USA and UAE with GIS
Corridor Selection in USA and UAE with GIS
Corridor Selection in USA and UAE with GIS
Corridor Selection in USA and UAE with GIS
Corridor Selection in USA and UAE with GIS
Corridor Selection in USA and UAE with GIS
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Corridor Selection in USA and UAE with GIS

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In preparation of the Dubai Rail Master Plan, GIS provided comprehensive mapping and was used for analysis. The GIS developed became integral to the planners, designers and developers assessing …

In preparation of the Dubai Rail Master Plan, GIS provided comprehensive mapping and was used for analysis. The GIS developed became integral to the planners, designers and developers assessing future demands of the Dubai Metro. Additionally, methods were developed to create and evaluate scenario based land use plans and socioeconomic projections to accommodate new growth in a more compact and less auto-dependent manner.

Authors note: This presentation was presented at the URISA GIS-Pro 2010 Conference. Figures are shown for illustration purposes only and subject to change without notice. Author does not guarantee the accuracy of the data and information shown and hereby expressly disclaims any responsibility for the truth, lack of truth, validity, invalidity, accuracy, inaccuracy of any said data and information.

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  • Located on the Saudi Arabian Peninsula
    The main objective of the study consisted of a comprehensive review of Dubai's projected growth to determine demand for public transport and plan for the implementation of rail infrastructure to meet the demand.
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  • This is your foundation
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  • This is your foundation
  • To ensure expectations of the GIS model, the design was diagrammed to show inputs, outputs, and data requirements.
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    • 1. Sept 30, 2010 Ryan T. Cook Parsons Brinckerhoff Corridor Selection in USA and UAE with GIS; from Road, Rail to Power
    • 2. Sept 30, 2010 Graham County, AZ Dubai, United Arab Emirates
    • 3. Sept 30, 2010 • Existing GIS infrastructure provided foundation for analysis • Early planning phase preparing for future growth & conditions • Interest to utilize tools to support analysis of alternatives • Provide stakeholders & team members consistent visual & quantified feedback Context of GIS in project Support
    • 4. Sept 30, 2010 • Sustainable transportation and land use • Access to housing, jobs and community amenities • Leveraging the three legged stool of environmental, social and economic opportunity • Mobility choice Analysis Components & Modeling conditions
    • 5. Sept 30, 2010 1.8 2.3 3.1 4.3 6.1 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 PopulationinMillions 2010 2015 2020 2025 2030 Year •Quality of life •Growth •Congestion •VMTs •Carbon Footprint •Tax Status •Global warming •Geographic Center •Air Quality Estimates only and subject to change Opportunities and challenges in growth
    • 6. Sept 30, 2010 • Narrow cone of alternatives • Sketch planning • Detailed Analysis • GIS = analysis glue Next steps
    • 7. Sept 30, 2010 GIS = Analysis glue Basic principle Rail ridership is directly related to demographics, travel availability, and rail service characteristics Utilizes Population and employment Sketch planning models provide quick, low cost, & simple methods of estimating
    • 8. Sept 30, 2010 Sketch planning models provide quick, low cost, & simple methods of estimating Rough, order of magnitude estimates
    • 9. Sept 30, 2010 simple methods of estimating Rough, order of magnitude estimates Detailed analysis, refinement, station area planning, cost-effectiveness, economic impact, ridership, right of way
    • 10. Sept 30, 2010 Basic principle
    • 11. Sept 30, 2010 Basic principle
    • 12. Sept 30, 2010 Use strong building blocks
    • 13. Sept 30, 2010 Use strong building blocks
    • 14. Sept 30, 2010 Create transport desire lines Identify demand corridors Aggregate demand corridors to form arterial corridors Undertake catchment analysis to identify preferred route corridors Develop network options based on preferred routes Develop, vary and test network options Recommend preferred network for Ultimate Year, 2030, 2020 and 2015 Develop and evaluate alignment options Prepare alignment design based on preferred alignments GIS utilized in… Corridor, Network and Alignment Planning
    • 15. Sept 30, 2010 Red Line Green Line Al Sufouh Tram Population: 2.3M Estimates only and subject to change
    • 16. Sept 30, 2010 Red Line Green Line Al Sufouh Tram Population: 2.3M Estimates only and subject to change
    • 17. Sept 30, 2010 Red Line Green Line Al Sufouh Tram Purple Line VL2 Line Blue Line VL1 Line PD1 Line Population: 6.1M Estimates only and subject to change
    • 18. Sept 30, 2010 Red Line Green Line Al Sufouh Tram Population: 2.3M Estimates only and subject to change
    • 19. Sept 30, 2010 Red Line Green Line Al Sufouh Tram Purple Line VL2 Line Blue Line VL1 Line PD1 Line Population: 6.1M Estimates only and subject to change
    • 20. Sept 30, 2010 Red Line Green Line Al Sufouh Tram Purple Line VL2 Line Blue Line VL1 Line PD1 Line Population: 6.1M Estimates only and subject to change
    • 21. Sept 30, 2010 Population catchment of sample corridor - 2,500.00 5,000.00 7,500.00 10,000.00 12,500.00 15,000.00 17,500.00 20,000.00 DPL_4_100.0 DPL_4_101.5 DPL_4_103.0 DPL_4_104.5 DPL_4_106.0 DPL_4_107.5 DPL_4_109.0 DPL_4_110.5 DPL_4_112.0 DPL_4_113.5 DPL_4_115.0 DPL_4_116.5 DPL_4_118.0 DPL_4_119.5 DPL_4_121.0 DPL_4_122.5 DPL_4_124.0 DPL_4_125.5 DPL_4_127.0 DPL_4_128.5 DPL_4_130.0 DPL_4_131.5 DPL_4_133.0 DPL_4_134.5 DPL_4_136.0 DPL_4_137.5 DPL_4_139.0 DPL_4_140.5 DPL_4_142.0 DPL_4_143.5 DPL_4_145.0 DPL_4_146.5 DPL_4_148.0 DPL_4_149.5 DPL_4_151.0 DPL_4_152.5 DPL_4_154.0 DPL_4_155.5 DPL_4_157.0 DPL_4_158.5 DPL_4_160.0 Total Population within 1,000M (Ultimate Year) Total Population within 500M (Ultimate Year) Linear referencing of alignment alternative
    • 22. Sept 30, 2010
    • 23. Sept 30, 2010 GIS Model Development
    • 24. Sept 30, 2010 Ryan T. Cook Parsons Brinckerhoff Corridor Selection in USA and UAE with GIS; from Road, Rail to Power

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