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    • 1. Bus Rapid Transit in India
    • 2.  
    • 3. Need For an Integrated Transport System
    • 4.
      • India’s Population: 1,147,995,904 (2008)
      • Population Density: 349/km² 
      • Road Density: 75 km
    • 5.
      • Cars occupy 75 per cent of road space but are used by less than 15 per cent of the populace even in the most affluent Indian cities. In contrast, buses occupy a mere 8 per cent of the road area but are used by almost 20 to 60 per cent of the people. Pedestrians and cyclists constitute an overwhelming 40 to 75 per cent of commuters but are completely marginalized in our planning system as a major part of budget allocations is consumed for road widening or flyover building, which primarily benefit cars and two wheelers.
    • 6.  
    • 7.
      • Delhi adds 1000 vehicles each day on its roads.
    • 8. BRT Thus to enhance transportation system a more efficient and reliable system is required such as :
    • 9. What Is BRT?
    • 10.
      • 1.Bus only, grade-separated right-of-way .
      Main Features
    • 11.   2.Comprehensive coverage 
    • 12.
      •  
      • 3.Serves a diverse market with high-frequency all day service 
    • 13. 4. Bus priority / bus lanes
    • 14.  
    • 15. BRT Controversies
    • 16.
      • Implemented hurriedly
      • Low road space
      • BRT is given central lane
      • Poor enforcement
        • Inefficient working
        • Vehicles continue jump lanes
    • 17.
      • People do not prefer public transport. But the blame can not be put upon people. Historically, bus service in India is badly managed.
            • Run down buses
            • lack of rationalized routes
            • poor frequencies
            • Lack of pre-paid ticketing system
    • 18. BRT vs. Metro
    • 19. Why BRT???
    • 20.
      • Cheaper than any alternate public transport system
      • It could be rolled out in stages
      • Most convenient way to connect cities
      • Provide people congestion free running to the city centre without having breaks.
    • 21. BRT Trams Light Rail
    • 22. BRT Trams Light Rail
    • 23. BRT Trams Light Rail
    • 24. How To Make BRT a Success
    • 25. 1. Common ticketing for metro n BRT
    • 26. 2. Need to build subway or crossover
    • 27. 4. Allowing more public transport in BRT lanes
    • 28. 5. Need to relocate lanes.
    • 29. 6. To satisfy needs of more than half the number of total delhites, there is need to increase number of brt buses.
    • 30. 3. Encouraging people to use public transport
    • 31.  
    • 32.
      • Remove subsidy on petrol.
      • Stiff congestion charges.
      • Limiting time on use of personal vehicles.
      • Heavy fine on traffic violation.
      • Increase parking charges.
      3. Encouraging people to use public transport (contd.)
    • 33. What Can We People Do?
    • 34. Together we can, Together we will.

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