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  • 1. CONVERSION OF EXISTING 4-LANE SUPERHIGHWAY INTO 6-LANE MOTORWAY (M9) ON BOT (BUILD-OPERATE-TRANSFER) BASIS
  • 2. The Karachi – Hyderabad section of National Highway (populary known as superhighway) connects the port city of Karachi with the North of Pakistan. This section of the highway is amongst the most densely trafficked in the entire country and is serving a traffic volume ofM-9 about 24,000 vehicles per day with volume of large portion of truck & trailer traffic.
  • 3. The superhighway is also the shortest possible distance Alternative route are available via the N-5between the two cities (Karachi & Hyderabad) and which the alignment being not-so parellelfurther feeds into the main North –South Link of the as the superhighway and at the length ofNational Highway. The superhighway length at 136km. 175km.Other than Karachi Port, Qasim Port which located atthe South-East of Karachi City is also utilizing the HYDERABADSuperhighway for logistic purpose as the N-5 being asingle carriageway with a condition not suitable fortrucks & trailer to travel. M-9 : 136KM KARACHI Qasim Port N-5 : 175KM
  • 4. The highway was first constructed as 2-Lane single carriagewaywith the assistance of World Bank during 1964 – 1968.
  • 5. The highway are then duelized in year 1991 and converted to 4-Lane Duel carriageway due to high increase in the traffic volume.Toll is being collected from highway user by the NHA.
  • 6. Presently, the traffic volume has exceed the duel carriagewaycapacity and NHA has constructed an additional lane of 3mshoulder as solution for present being.
  • 7. To-date, highway users are facing inconvenience due to immerse growth of traffic volume andpresently exceeding the 4-lane capacity. The solution lies in the upgrading of the existing 4-lane superhighway to a 6-lane Motorway (M-9).The Project M-9 is to be carried out under PPP (Public-Private-Partnership) arrangement onthe BOT (Built-Operate-Transfer) Basic. North Bound 2-Lane South Bound 2-Lane
  • 8. To-date, highway users are facing inconvenience due to immerse growth of traffic volume andpresently exceeding the 4-lane capacity. The solution lies in the upgrading of the existing 4-lane superhighway to a 6-lane Motorway (M-9).The Project M-9 is to be carried out under PPP (Public-Private-Partnership) arrangement onthe BOT (Built-Operate-Transfer) Basic. North Bound 3-Lane South Bound 3-Lane
  • 9. Current Superhighway :: OPEN – TOLL – SYSTEMKarachi HyderabadToll $$ Toll $$ Fuel Station / rest area Town Area.
  • 10. Soon, M9 Motorway :: CLOSE – TOLL – SYSTEMKarachiToll Ticket Distance X $$ HyderabadDistance X $$ Ticket Town Toll Plaza Toll Fuel Station Fuel Station / rest area Distance X $$ / rest area Town Area.
  • 11. The key engineering features of the M-9 Project, for the construction of world classmotorway, include : 1) Rehabilitation of the existing 136km 4-Lane existing carriageway ; 2) Construction of two (2) new additional lanes to become a 6-Lane M9 Motorway ; 3) Construction of Services Lanes @ certain urban, semi-urban, & rural area ; 4) Extension of all existing bridges ; 5) Construction of Two (2) New 16-Lane Main Toll Plaza at Karachi & Hyderabad & Seven (7) New 4-Lane Mini Toll Plaza at each interchanges ; 6) Seven (7) new interchanges to be provided ; 7) Two (2) rest & service area to be provided ; 8) Seven (7) weight stations to be provided ; 9) Two (2) maintenance & operation compounds ;10) Perimeter Fencing on both side of Motorway to define ROW ;11) Electronic Toll Collection (ETC) for quick convenient & cashless transaction ;12) Emergency Call Services to aid motorist in event of accidents & other emergencies;13) CCTV & Centralized Operation Centre ;14) Variable Message Signboards (VMS) for traffic updates & information to motorists ;15) Other ancillary development relevant to the M9 Motorway ...
  • 12. CONVERSION OF EXISTING 4-LANE SUPERHIGHWAY INTO 6-LANE MOTORWAY (M9) ON BOT (BUILD-OPERATE-TRANSFER) BASIS
  • 13. Salient Terms Clause Terms Concession Period 28 years from the date of signing of CA. Effective Date Date of signing of CA. Financial Close Six (6) months. Work Commencement Date Thirty (30) days from Financial Close. Construction Period Thirty (30) months from Work Commencement Date.
  • 14. Estimated Capital Expenditure Rupees Description (“PKR”) Main Carriageway (North & South Bound) 12,898,796,912 Interchanges (7 nos) 1,507,732,244 Service Road 1,084,549,545 Service Areas (North and South) 676,595,473 Main Toll Plaza 378,494,986 Weigh Bridges & Allied Works 236,559,366 Construction Cost 16,782,728,525 General & Preliminary, Consultancy, Design & Project Management Fees 1,485,271,472 Grand Total 18,267,999,997
  • 15. CONVERSION OF EXISTING 4-LANE SUPERHIGHWAY INTO 6-LANE MOTORWAY (M9) ON BOT (BUILD-OPERATE-TRANSFER) BASIS
  • 16. Site Video @ Various Spot HYDERABAD 5 4 6 7 3 2 8 1 9 10 11 12KARACHI
  • 17. NATO supply routes through Pakistan………………………………………………RESUME.
  • 18. NATO supply routes throughPakistan RESUME has directlybenefit the M9 Motorway.
  • 19. CONVERSION OF EXISTING 4-LANE SUPERHIGHWAY INTO 6-LANE MOTORWAY (M9) ON BOT (BUILD-OPERATE-TRANSFER) BASIS
  • 20. Conversion of 4-lane superhighway to 6-lane motorway (M-9)
  • 21. Conversion of 4-lane superhighway to 6-lane motorway (M-9) Proposed Lanes Widening towards the Median North Bound 2-Lane South Bound 2-Lane
  • 22. Conversion of 4-lane superhighway to 6-lane motorway (M-9) Proposed Lanes Widening towards the Median North Bound 3-Lane South Bound 3-Lane
  • 23. Conversion of 4-lane superhighway to 6-lane motorway (M-9) Proposed Lanes Widening towards the Median to achieve following advantages :
  • 24. Conversion of 4-lane superhighway to 6-lane motorway (M-9) Proposed Lanes Widening towards the Median to achieve following advantages :
  • 25. Conversion of 4-lane superhighway to 6-lane motorway (M-9) Proposed Lanes Widening towards the Median to achieve following advantages :
  • 26. Conversion of 4-lane superhighway to 6-lane motorway (M-9) Proposed Lanes Widening towards the Median to achieve following advantages :
  • 27. Conversion of 4-lane superhighway to 6-lane motorway (M-9) The existing median width is approximately 7meter to 8meter between the edges ofNth Bound Fast Lane & Sth Bound Fast Lane which make the lanes widening toward median executable. However, there are estimated length of 15 – 20 km out of total136km, require widening toward outer shoulder due to insufficient gaps in the median. North Bound 3-Lane South Bound 3-Lane
  • 28. Conversion of 4-lane superhighway to 6-lane motorway (M-9)Median Width of Existing Superhighway Condition (North Bound Direction) Median of 7 – 9 m available for new lane wideningExisting M9 Existing M9 AdditionalSlow Lane. Fast Lane. 3m Shoulder
  • 29. Conversion of 4-lane superhighway to 6-lane motorway (M-9)Median Width of Existing Superhighway Condition (South Bound Direction) Median of 7 – 9 m available for new lane widening Additional 1m Shoulder
  • 30. Rehabilitation of the 4-Lane existing carriageway
  • 31. Pavement Distress Rutting : NHA-KM 96 to 136Various pavement distress are discovered in the existing 136KM M9 Super-Highway.Among this pavement distress, NHA-KM 96 to KM136 are found to be the most seriousand require immediate attention.
  • 32. Pavement Distress Rutting : NHA-KM 96 to 136 The Rutting begin from KM-096… M9 Hyderabad Toll Plaza KM136 KM96
  • 33. Pavement Distress Rutting : NHA-KM 96 to 136 And stretched all the way to KM136 till it is near M9 Hyderabad Toll Plaza. M9 Hyderabad Toll Plaza KM136 KM96
  • 34. Pavement Distress Rutting : NHA-KM 96 to 136 Most of the heavy-weight truck / trailer will avoid having their wheels rolling on the rutting surface… M9 Hyderabad Toll Plaza KM136 When avoiding the rutting surface... The truck / trailer will have their wheel roll toward the fast lane, which will disturb the motorist on KM96 fast lane.
  • 35. Pavement Distress Rutting : NHA-KM 96 to 136 The most serious stretch can be found in between KM 126 – 127 … M9 Hyderabad Toll Plaza KM136 KM96
  • 36. Pavement Distress Rutting : NHA-KM 96 to 136
  • 37. Pavement Distress Rutting : NHA-KM 96 to 136
  • 38. Pavement Distress Rutting : NHA-KM 96 to 136
  • 39. Pavement Distress Rutting : NHA-KM 96 to 136
  • 40. Pavement Distress Rutting : NHA-KM 96 to 136During Raining Season…These rutting surface will be filled with water…leaving all the motorist no choice, but to travel on the fast lane only.
  • 41. Pavement Distress Rutting : NHA-KM 96 to 136These rutting surface also very likely to cause serious accident…When travel at high speed, it is difficult for motorist to notice the rutting…Many impatient motorist when travel behind a slow driving truck / trailer…if the truck doesn’t give way, they will tend to divert to the rutting slow lane athigh speed, eventually lose control of their vehicle and enter into an accident.
  • 42. Pavement Distress Rutting : NHA-KM 96 to 136 Accident @ KM 126… Accident @ KM 110… NB toward Hyderabad NB toward Hyderabad DATE : 30/3/2012 DATE : 5/4/2012
  • 43. Pavement Distress KM 96-KM136 WORK SEQUENCEM9 PAVEMENT DISTRESSNHA KM : 96 – 136Propose Construction & Rehabilitation Work Sequence
  • 44. Pavement Distress KM 96-KM136 WORK SEQUENCE The daily traffic volume on this stretch is very high @ appx 12,000 vehicles travel / day. Out of 12,000 vehicles… 6,300 is belong to truck and 4-6 axle articulated truck. As a result, proper traffic diversion must be executed in order not to cause traffic choke at this stretch of the road. Shoulder @ 1M widthUnlike other stretch of M9 super-highway where the shoulder is 3M wide…The shoulder at KM-096 to KM-136 is only 1M width…1M width is not wide enough to be apply as alternative lane for trafficdiversion purposes.
  • 45. Pavement Distress KM 96-KM136 WORK SEQUENCE Since 1M width of shoulder can’t be serve as the purpose of alternative lane for traffic diversion purposes… usually, temporary track should be consider in this manner… However, such additional cost can be avoided, by constructing the new lane in the mediam which to be a permanent road and also serve as a diversion route.1) Site clearing & excavation work to be executed at the mediam without disturbing the existing traffic.
  • 46. Pavement Distress KM 96-KM136 WORK SEQUENCE2) The new road which to be serve permanent road to be constructed.
  • 47. Pavement Distress KM 96-KM136 WORK SEQUENCE3) The NJB to be executed at site to avoid confusion of traffic for both North-Bound and South-Bound or prevent some unpredictable incident where a motorist from a bound accidentally enter into the other bound.
  • 48. Pavement Distress KM 96-KM136 WORK SEQUENCE4) Road painting work to be executed for traffic diversion. Diversion signboard, safety corn, & etc... to be place at site and ready for rehabilitation work.
  • 49. Pavement Distress KM 96-KM136 WORK SEQUENCE5) Rehabilitation work will then begin by removing the rutting surface.
  • 50. Pavement Distress KM 96-KM136 WORK SEQUENCE5) Rehabilitation work will then be completed.
  • 51. Extension of Existing Bridges
  • 52. Extension of Existing 4-Lane Bridges
  • 53. Interchanges
  • 54. Interchanges
  • 55. Services Road
  • 56. Services Roads
  • 57. Services Roads M9Service lanes Interchanges : Toll Plaza.
  • 58. Architectural Design onToll Plaza, Mini Toll Plaza, Rest & Services Area.
  • 59. Construction of Two (2) New 16-Lane Main Toll Plaza at Karachi & Hyderabad
  • 60. Construction of Two (2) New 16-Lane Main Toll Plaza at Karachi & Hyderabad
  • 61. Construction of Two (2) New 16-Lane Main Toll Plaza at Karachi & Hyderabad
  • 62. Construction of Two (2) New 16-Lane Main Toll Plaza at Karachi & Hyderabad
  • 63. Construction of Two (2) New 16-Lane Main Toll Plaza at Karachi & Hyderabad
  • 64. Construction of Seven (7) New 4-Lane Mini Toll Plaza at each interchanges
  • 65. Construction of Seven (7) New 4-Lane Mini Toll Plaza at each interchanges
  • 66. Construction of Seven (7) New 4-Lane Mini Toll Plaza at each interchanges
  • 67. Rest & Services Area
  • 68. Rest & Services Area
  • 69. Rest & Services Area
  • 70. Rest & Services Area
  • 71. Rest & Services Area
  • 72. Rest & Services Area
  • 73. Toll System
  • 74. Electronic Toll Collection (ETC) for quick convenient & cashless transaction TOUCH ‘ N ‘ GO CASH ONLY DEBIT CARD PAYMENT SYSTEM
  • 75. Automatic Barrier At Toll Plazas.
  • 76. Emergency Call Services to aid Motoristin the event of car breakdown, accidents & other emergencies.
  • 77. VMS , Variable Message Signboard SLOW DOWN. MAINTENANCE CAUTION : STALLED WORK AT KM 78. VEHICLES AT KM 108. Variable Message Signboards to be provided to inform Motorist on the motorway condition… For examples : 1) Cautioning motorist on accident / maintenance work ahead. 2) Informing traffic condition and to advise alternative routes if available. 3) Inform city condition if unfortunate protesting or riots occurred.
  • 78. ~ THANK YOU ~