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Facts about BRT and buses in Delhi
 

Facts about BRT and buses in Delhi

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This PPT tells us with the help of Graphs & charts, how inevitable buses are for Delhi. They have a significant presence & demand when it comes to commutation in Delhi.

This PPT tells us with the help of Graphs & charts, how inevitable buses are for Delhi. They have a significant presence & demand when it comes to commutation in Delhi.

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  • Buses & pedestrians have the highest share of trips in Delhi

Facts about BRT and buses in Delhi Facts about BRT and buses in Delhi Presentation Transcript

  • Some facts for the people of Delhi
  • Did you know?• Bus lanes can’t be segregated, there being property entrances, petrol pump etc. Buses move faster without disturbing any other modes on BRT.• Since in case of BRT, bus stands are in the middle, this reduces the number of lanes that need to be crossed and since stations are built on traffic signals that have zebra crossing increases safety.• BRT can ferry 9000 passengers per hour per lane as opposed to only 2400 otherwise. More people in BRT results in lesser cars, which leads to lesser congestion.• Time to enter a metro makes metro ideal for longer stretches of 15 to 20 Kms but for shorter distances bus is ideal.
  • Bar-Chart showing, no of lanes required in various future scenarios6050 1 - existing Breakup40 2 - All road users graduate to cars (The Nano Scenario) 3 - All road users (other than cars) graduate to 2 wheelers 4 - All road users other than cars move to buses30 5 - All road users move to buses (including car drivers) 6 - All road users move by cycles20 7 - All road users move by foot10 0 Scenario
  • Graph showing the no. of lanes used existing breakup vis-a-vis what would be required in different future scenarios60 18 1650 1 - existing Breakup 14 2 - All road users graduate to cars (The Nano Scenario) 3 - All road users (other than cars) graduate40 12 to 2 wheelers 4 - All road users other than cars move to buses 10 5 - All road users move to buses (including car drivers)30 6 - All road users move by cycles 8 7 - All road users move by foot20 6 No. of Lanes available on Carriageway (30m) No. of Lanes available iin ROW (50m) 4 Layers of 6 lane Flyovers Required10 20 0 1 - existing Breakup
  • Buses have the maximum people carrying capacity People Carrying Capacity of One Lane 10000 9000People per hour per direction 8000 7000 6000 5000 4000 3000 2000 1000 0 Cars Two Wheelers Walking Cyclists Buses Mode
  • Break up of Trips in Delhi 9% 17% 35% Pedestrians Buses Pvt. Motor Vehicles 39% BicyclesBuses & pedestrians have the highest share of trips in Delhi
  • Break up of Trips in Delhi 17% Pvt. Motor Vehicles Others 83%Private motor vehicles have only 17% share in trips in Delhi!
  • Break up of Road Space Allocation in Delhi 15% Pvt. Motor Vehicles Others 85%Private motor vehicles have only 17% share in road space allocation!
  • After pedestrians maximum contribution is of Buses
  • Buses have 42% share in Vehicular Modal Share of Delhi