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  1. 1. Co chin with its ever increasing urbanization has resulted in development of As has been identified by the RITES study, the corridors on NH 41 The Kochi metro rail project has a lot of significance, because of the The Delhi Metro Rail Corporation has proposed a route spanning 25 ,253 fromvast areas as urban extension,many roads were laid in inc ream ental manner between Kalamasseri to High Court, the Marine Drive, the M,G, Road and economic significance of Kochi. The city of Kochi earns a lot of revenues for Thripunithura to Alwaye,There will be 26 Stations and are the following :for increased traffic demand, City expanded in a disintegrated urban Valanjaambalam and Vytilla are the corridors where the traffic is likely to the entire state of Kerala, through its variety of industries, Therefore, to 1. Aluva 14, Jawaharlal Nehru Stadiumforma long the major traffic corridoors, This led to conjetion along major reach more than 200,000 per day by year 2005 with an intensity cater to the industrial needs of the city, the infrastructure of transport 2, Pulinchodu 15, Kaloortraffic corridoors,which led to conjetion ,unorganised parking ,narrow streets of 20,000 ,passengers per direction during peak hour, So to manage these communication has become one of the most important concerns of the 3. Company Pady ""16,- Li-s""" e- J""-n ""i- n - """" " si"- : u -ct o -,haphazard development -all added to the problems, Central government and corridors, a Mass Rapid Transit System (MRTS) will be necessary to handle government, The metro rail project of Kochi is a part of the initiative of the 4, Ambattkavu 11, Madhav Pharmacydmrc has noted some 6 cities with simmilar problems (cochin included) and such heavy peak hour traffic. The road-based volume of bus system will Kerala government to better the infrastructure of the city, 5, Muttom 18, Maharajas Collegehas proposed mrts which is an instant ultimate solution and has been not be able to handle more than 6,000 to 8,000 per direction in an hour, 6, Appolo Typres 19, Ernakulam Southaccepted by the kerala government, 1, Jacobite Church 20, GCDA 8, Kalamaserry 21. Fathima Church 9, Pathadi Palam 22, Elamkulam 10, Toll Junction 23. Vytila 11, Edapally Junction 24 , Thaikoodam 12, Edapally Station 25, Punithura 13, Palarivattom 26, Petta The environmental assessment study that the Sky bus project is one of the most environmentally, friendly modes of transport having a overall positive impact on water, environment and ecology, It will reduce pollution and improve quality of life , Metros or mass rapid transitIndian cities are recording a fast growth due to rapid urbanisation, a have been the ultimate solution for cities with problems like eccessivephenomenon noticed allover the globe, In addition to the metropolitan traffic, pollution etc, They run today in 95 contries in the world and carrycities of Delhi,Mumbai, Kolkata, Chennai, Bangalore &. Hyderabad, many 20-40000 people per hr in each direction at an average speed of 30 km/hr,other cities have crossed the population figure of one million, The They normally run underground near the city centres and as elevated in the mlLOe h <T.Io6TlJmtil~ rulUllBI1J:)(lV ...urban environment is deteriorating significantly with lack of city periferee, They had a great impact on people as a highly futuristic Q.e.:>?J1:6)!hC(.S()(,)lllttl3nJlW<lJ>1a»1 fJom" ms/i1l(1)~ 6h.I:>on~..oJlru mSrusl~«)Ql 6)sm)LCP-.lQQ!Sl~ msnJs1.o.u&cOJ ru.e.(W nCOmJg i$O.;b (ml OOllOOOinfrastructure facilities like transport, water supply, and sewerage transport mode, Only noted disadvatage is the high initial installation costs <IXllrnl en,oooro om1m~JmomnJl (i,l QS!1Jc9>!}l!1JOcnfI crUlCQJ rulruOOllUl 0r.nJ o ..... &m @<TOml(!J)QJ C l1:ro</)o ~ !lJ<5!-A Qt>Ja:OOfI nmQgs~c90")om:>treatment and also power, and the problems created during its construction phase, (G) (l)l0:)ml ~. <lI~ 6)1J(J"J)rn:>mlJ In.X:an.,.:a.ctrl. !!51Z1 <riLOeJ~ nm6:lgsl .aoom<".O:xn3* .a.uS.DQl crutOG¥ill1))lml ~OQ).li1J:)a» (.50.9; (l"),.nilwOO>o 1fB<OO~s~o rulru rus1.ooom ~~ OJ9l6lCQ)OQl 0)10 (,<>..Ic(U)...e. (D)~~ mjloorul cOOl~ ruleJ ... .J£3~Ilii.arotnfl~~:>cm <9i)omlo <m1mll1l:lO>Immfl. n£lOOij~ ru .....rSC!dm) .a.uWS?l m lnJlcihr.ll (,So&; w ooCl.i1wOQ)(UJil)l a6 cmbl !Zl:l cOOlo. nCO<T)~ (,So.a; 0191 (OO(l)6fT) mQJ:).e.:J(i)ll)} C.o.OVJOhuMQ; <m::>Sl aroru:xum ~0.a.ru6)S .0.001., ~~rumlLllcnflrn3mJlllru~nm GlrnIl<vs~slo::wm»(1)OJ.rumJLllmllmS ~lcOOl" rui!~ .....os. tLlllLlG»l CQ)l 6)n.Jo~aru10 (1)sn.Js1.s.f!le.qs>s aUlllB..Io n{Bs>gsl cOOeJlmS cru ll 5)$ crulDeJ o nm6)gsl.a6) ~dM»~. nm .a.ml ?J ttmC/G) mSnJska,w (l))Qffi) "1 OJlC~NJ.a,!!lct>S m)IOQl6)1jsJ~l <Dl:xlll~ 6lr1IO~:) ()QliI,;ul6)OA .e.::>0. rolf!!!: IfJOlDi7l1.a. mS<".lsl.a.u3 anlO) «Jm1eJl~ ~:)OJl.e. . ti30S~ rorn I1J <IJ:<SasMl<D1o m)lOQ1~The transport problems of Kochi has attracted the attention of theGovernment of Kerala and a detailed Comprehensive study on this scenariowas taken up by the Greater Cochin Development Authority (GCDA) asearly as in 1999 through RITES, RITES report has clearly broughtout the need for a Rail based Mass Rapid Rail Transit system f)0Ul00S1.all.l~ruo:<"~ rud.--1i ""cklmliDO<I»~:Kni ~t~~~ a)(U$~~~~1 _~o.""_";)~);Jj " ~ Q(I)~~))viiGolll(m. m~o:wa...,*.....,:.j ~S) Qf)~,,: ~~1~""" C4),)S1 rn»D ~ )(I ,"oJ ~p G6 ~P nr.a..ii~~" :.,,~~~~ tltU<dIWlo«(&o~~}A!l ttn-Ol<IO:IWl)O)~I$S<l!);Wl 1i»lO(.5:I~~(f)~~:IO OlSm-.oOO) @S~~ .n-.nOI~Q~ )~ t.IoN»NIrJmjoQJ~lJ~~~ ~~~~~ (fI)o(TUO)!I)~~l;:omQl IfNO:n>(O)(I<WIo)Sl,,~}~ ~S) ~~~"""i.Q)~ _m u Cl4oOS1(T.,.m:os~ s&:m)Q1)......a.zoitnl131oO);·C6{~ ~ CJ)::e...JiO)D~~mm; cnmcw;,nj~l:r.~lC1S1T1lo. <I»~~olQ)l ~CIl ~nJ.:t)~ft.I~b3 ~-.q~..nt>tlIll epxno~ml:bKool1lOi ~~IIIQ.)IQD••.jlo~ ~¥I"~"» Gl13~sIll1if ~~_)~:IOA.IM.IG . .~t~(I7)IOtWO.~ ~.,.mIOllo~n..lQ _~~".~.~..rib <l»m.... 8Zlpo,," ~~~~~G6 mlW~~~_c.tIo(m ~tWIo:I~.,~5:I~.ulUfll)l ~ <»Oai.u ol.OtailMlrm h _;II;) 0!!<>4~~. llI.(IG)l _njo~lIxn ~l~. ~W(I)~l~-~ ~I)~~H~ ~O~ _ls:l Qf)Db! ~l O)~s ~~l~"{~ ~~ ~)(Icaosl0.iIJ(I!I~) ~mkb~~-"$) "",_lci)!2!i"p~.QQ<lI """"-~ ru..m:o~m~Cla.D ~-~~­ ~!!2.l~~~(t>J)Q3 gW."~.,t~~ a~ ~ .... ...~l _q~@.Ifl)DJO~.a.w.2I u:.loI.:troo~~O)Ij axuo;-il.u&m1~~QQ mll~~.~mlo sr-xB~mJomlfDID~~ <I»Od~-m 7mil0CIl02Imi ~I:IMD~~!!W>~ 0<I8IlmI1IUlUal~03D!TI~ ~~lI,~ "~1· ",-~1DS~~.J5~ -ml~.~l<>.JllJOOWt~1I..Il ai)~~(JII)l ~. ~D:lQbb:u ~WNi ...~-mllll~~ ..n ~~<m1l~~~~t..... ~~nJ..riI,mo ... lQln)~~~nit!l~...,.,.", -,.~l m.-»~p~ dJaow ~cmlne.-~~OCIlO ~<UIIlolIllai~lnx» ~~~1IlGJXIlom ~1I..w. ~~(g rim1oru.")(IJo~ ~ CoIII(.m IlII¥fIlomom_ ,d~~.~l~ w~IIOOIJO ..EiIo<·e ou:i-lO- ...lccoJJaI~m ~elD<lIdtti:>~_~ ~~ 1Il0lDl~"-4 -vmo:JlOlll!tij lll.l~l
  2. 2. o,~ KlnduRiver o~... - o Penr18 RIvet AnwUp.r Chefflru ~ KoIIaIaIYlIr , ~l___~;;;ii"iiii~"___~ blocks all have The major urban , edge while a commercial exterior residentialBUlL T the interlors areUNBUIL T , station road Railway I agencies, of trave comprises d a college hotels ,lodges ,an D PUlLIC_ SEMIPl..8LIC _ CCH£RCIAl ...... OPEN SPACES _ D PARKS /JH) TRANSPORTATIONAL _ ItoJSTRlAL D RESIDENTIAL hazard zone, it has a highly fragi I e coastal Wetland, prone t 0 coastal sta t Ion and kalloor instead of station is not Underground ____________ Lissie hospital road mainly comprises of medical shops, hotels and stationery
  3. 3. Kochi city has a road network of 1,665 kms of which nearly 73% is surfaced. With Absence of adequate east - west axis roads put maximum traffic pressure ona road density of 27 km per sq. km area. Municipal Corporation (MC) has nearly Banerjee Road, MG Road-Edapally section.9% of the urban land area under transport and communication use. In the GCDAarea, the transport use of urban land is 6% as indicated in Structure Plan for According to standards speeds at an arterial road is 80 km/hr but here it doesntCentral City Cochin reach even half-3D km/hr. Standard requirements of an arterial road 50 to 60 m but present width is 22m. Available statistics indicates that road accidents is major concern in Ernakulam District with about 4% average annual growth rate during 2001-03. Two wheelers, car and auto-rickshaw were found to be the major vehicle categories involved in accident. Accident statistics show that the junctions are potential accident locations. Absence of adequate pedestrian facilities, locations of bus stops and auto parking close to junctions, absence of adequate turning radius, etc., are few major problems at junctions.
  4. 4. RAILWAY STATION ROAD . hieved in this street due to itsless Strong enclosure IS ac I d s without vacant spaces. width and tall bUI mg14% pu(ca condition 8% above 25 years of ag:10% kutcha condition 16% 10 to 25 years of ag76% r,Le. 16% tess than 10 years old OVERBRIOGE The sense of enclosure IS los t when one moves up the bridge . LISSIE HOSPITAL ROAD . with vacant plots and D,ne stor ied street enclosure IS reduced building blocks. wl~h .Itsthe only rerlief in the enti~e area. . . voids into the block. With its soft This block is lighter landscape and trees It I S . big void s t rickingly different "---..-C The space of petrol pump IS a fr om the other blocks. . t to the people. All buildings are Flex boards are an unavoidable Sigh covered with them.21% putca condition 64% above 25 years of age54% kutcha condition 18% 10 to 25 years of age INFERENCE25% r,Le. 18% less than 10 years old Ther~nlSton ot common charecter and have move d in No buildings have ttried to s~iCk . much of any charecter. their on direction. a
  5. 5. SECOND FLOOR PLATFORM LEVELTHIS a.evArEDSTATION IS LOCATED INA ~.(4t. HtBWITH ~ FEW RtESIDE/IICeS IN THE IN1ERfORS.HENCE 1tAJORfTY OF PASSENGERS EXIT FRCW THE STArtaVAT I1t:RVING f"EAI( HOLRS AID ENTERS THE STATICW ATEVENHVG PEN< HO<RS"fif"EN THE LOCATION IS A RESKJeVrIAL ~ EXACTREIIERSE IS THE Slru4 TION.PARKING ALOTTED IS NOT EN()(K;H. THO H#EEl..ERPARKING SPILLS OIElli TO THE ENTRY RQ4D$.ELEVATEDHETROSTATKNSNDTHE 0IER8IRIlJGE J"II<OV.Q$ SHADE""""",~....ev~1l.REIS~ FIRST FLOOR INTERMEDIETE LEVEL / ._-:/,., 1>- , / " / / ".... THEENTRYfI<OV~ ......... /!EAR TO THE BUS &4)" LA/D I"RfCES H41iE RISED .... / ~~~ /lEAR HETRO STATIONS OF_ ""~HCC>ES HHICHSlICH5 THE FE<R£S ACCEPTANCE OFHETROASAN EFFICIENr ~IIS.LING HED<I< THE METRO STATION IS LOCATED HEAR" SHAHDARA RAIL .... AY STATION WHICH IS A lOC"l STATI(lHIN NORTH EASTERN DElHI SHAHDA!?" R"ILWAY STATION IS AN INTERMEOIETE STA TION IN THE TRAIN ROUTES LEADING TO UTTARAN[HAlANDHIMA(HA L PRAOESH THE MAIN LlN~ BETWEEN THE RAILWAY STATION AND THE METRO STATIOtIIS AN SPACE BENEATH THE METRO O~ERBRIDGE . RAILWAY STATION THE STATlCKoI rEVER OBSTRtCTS THE SNOOTH TRAFFIC FLOW BELOW. THE ENTRY PROVIDED NEAR TO THE BUS B<I Y MeTRO rRANSf"(RT IIE~CLOSESAT PARKING ELtVA TEO S7A TI~ AlE VERY HOT Dt..RING .st..NNCRS HELFS THE EASY Il-OOP.M. FOR ESFECIALL Y AT THE HIGHEST RATFCIR1-TRAIN BORVING INTERCHANGE IN THE MAINTENANCE A/IO ~. TJoIoV DIFFERENT HODES INSPECTION ~S. OF rRANSF<><T /:200 HI..CH OF THE STA nCKY AREAS HAS BEEN FLANTtD WITH THE INTERHEOIETE RATFC¥?r1 GIllES THE PASSENGERS THE AREA CONNECTING THE TREES TO INCREASE SHADE A/ID RElXCE THE Vlsu<u IMPACT CAUSED BY THE ENORNOUS CONCRETE COLCIt..I1NS AIV STRt.CTl..RES. ClfPtRTUVITY TD DECIDE HlHICH SlOE ~ RQ4D TO GET DO"". SECTION METRO STATION- AND IT COUlD HAVE MORE LIVELY IF SOME COMMERCIAL ACTIVITY IS INClUDW INTO THE SPACE.MAY BE FOOTPA TH IS OBSTL.CTtD IN VE"RY FEW AREAS BY THE HUGE HETRO RAIL SYSTEHS Rt.NS CKY ELECTRICITY HENCE ZERO A RESIAURENT CATTERING TO IHEPASSENGERS COLCIt..I1NS WHICH SlFPORT THE STA nCKY. EHI1ISIONS AIV IS A GREENER /1ODE ~ 77<<1 VE"LLING WHEN THE ELEVATED WALKWAY LEADING TO THE PARKING AREA COMPARED TO RQ4D IlEHICLLAR TRANSPORT. foEllER EXTEfo.D BEYOIID 50 M TWO ENTRIES 10 THE MHROSI AIION. ONE ACTING AS THE MAIN ENTRANCE ACCESSIBLE FROM THE PARKING AREA ANO OTHER (ATTERING TO PASSENGERS FROM THE RAILWAY STATION AREA MAIN ENTRY TO THE STATION IS fROM A MAJOR ARTERIAL ROAD WHI(H (ONNECTS NEW OHHI TO RAILWAY STATION THE NOTHEAST METRO STATION ~r THE CENIRAL WALKWAY WHICH IS AT 1.2 H HEIGHT IS WHL PROTECTED FROM THE VEHICULAR PARKINli WHICH IS ON EI THER SlOES. IN THE ABOIIE OPTICKY IF A PASSENGER MISTAXINGL Y GOT t..PCKY THE~!LATFORffHEHAS TO GOOO/IIINA/ID CLlM!" t..P THE RIGHT !LA TFCR"1. PARKINli FOR RAILWAY STATION IS SOMf 200 M AWAY THERE IS NO SIGNAGE TO (ONVEY THIS BVT IN THIS OPTICKY THERE IS NO SUCH ISSLES AS THERt: IS INfOllHATION. RAILWAY PASSENGERS PARK THEIR VEHiClES AT THE SPAn ALLono fOR METRO Q(. Y A SINGLE Il..A TFORM. Y DIFFERENCE IS CHANGE IN THE Fl..NCTIONS IN THE Q(. HIGHEST !LATFCIR1-THE 77<<1IN PITS ARE AT THE SlOES THIS KI/ICJ ~ RAILWAY STAnCKY IS COSTLIER TO CONSTR/XT r50EJ=tifl~o:rREff~~t:l::~~THE WITH SINGLE 77<<1IN BORDING !LATFOH. THIS ELEVATED STAIION IS LOCATED IN A RESIDENTIAL AREA WIIH VERY FEW COMMERCIAL ACTIVITY ALONG THE PER lfEREE OF THESE URBAN BLOCKS HENCE MAJORITY Of PASSENGERS ENTER THE STATION AT MORNING PEAK HOURS ANO EX ITS THE STATI(lN AT EVEN ING PEA K HOURS STA TICKY HAS THE ADVANTAGE OF PROVIDING A SINGLE ALTERNATE MODEL USED FOR ELEVATED STATION STAIRC4SE AT THE CEN~ WITH ESCALATORS ON EITHRE "DOS
  6. 6. DESIGN BRIEF METRO TRANSIT STATION: PARKING COMPLEX: Ticket office booth min 2 no .s 2 x 3=60 sqm parking for 850 cars and 1000 two wheelers supervisors room 20 sqm free parking 100 cars and 250 two wheelers audit +cash room 30 sqm service rooms 2 x 60 on each floor 120 sqm tocken Iticket store 12 sqm stores 2 no.s on each floor 45 sqm store 20 sqm staff rest rooms with toilets 2 x 45 90 sqm telecom equipment room 25 sqm exit entry check gate cabins with gate 2 x 45 90 sqm UPS + battery room 30 sqm security cabin 30 sqm Emergency equipment room 20 sqm ducts for services (fire fighting) 2 no.s 3 x 3 each floorSITE ANALYSIS INFERENCE CASESTUDYINFERENCE Commercial FloorTRANSPORT ATION (DESIGN CONSIDERATIONS) Platform width 21000 commuters (projected number) total space 1200 sqm restaurent ,shop or office space 800 sqm train length 195 m max-With coming of metro much of the traffic conjetion will be elevated. platform length 215 m Barrie free design is to be applied to the maximum .Tactile may be used to-Existing four laned road is to be converted to 6 laned road. platform width =commuters/P.L1 Av.Rg(in sees) guide the visually impaired ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS-Pedestrian and vehicular circulation is to be properly segregated. =210001215/13.9=8 m-The existing bridge which is bottle neck in the NH41 is to be demolished The spaces are to be extrememly efficient in vertical and horizontal pedestrian connectivity from metro station to railway stationand rebuilt as per the proposal. circulation. Elevated platform underground pedestrian passage 5m width acroos the national highway-The proposed round about at the junction also will stream line the traffic. end platform 2 no.s215 x 9 =1935 sqm Busstops with busbays accomodating two buses at a time .-The underpass below the bridge is to be made accesible for larger vehicles. track pit 2 no.s (215x 4.2) =1806 sqm The metro station has to be easily accesible from road and directly inked to stop and go bays on each side.-Signages provided are to be made vissible apart from other commercial the bus stops below. platform supervisors booth 30 sqm low maintanence landscape for a more greener environment.hoardings and flex boards. ECS plant room 500 sqm Platforms has to follow the strict evacuation plan of less than 4.5 minutes. UPS room 12 sqm Staff rest room with toiletsAGE AND CONDITION OF EXISTING BUILDINGS 8 staff 12 sqm each 96 sqm Efficient system of sighnages for good sense of direction and leggibility . Station manager room 25 sqmNorth side buildings : Station if possible has to follow an architectural expression with respect to managers rest room 36 sqmThe space of petrol pump can be easily aquired. Also much of the site area firs t aid room bot platform 2 x 25 50 sqm its context and any historical reference the site offers.from hotel trichur towers is aquired, Their parking area is to be relocated. staff toilets 2 no.s 15 sqm The metro transport system should perfectly integrate with other modes of retail are single 45 sqm space +16 sqm kioskWest side buildings: transport modes ie. indian railway and normal road traffic.Much of the buildings are already about to be demolished with the 6 laneroad widening proposal. Efficient parking.East and south side buildings: Natural lighting is to be maximised for a sence of well being and reducing theMajority of the buildings are above 40 yrs of age and is at very bad sense of enclosure.condition and do not generate income with respect to the potencial locationthey have.Much of these shops can be relocated to the vacant residential Robus t design should give the interchange a sense of permanence.plots behind these shops.INFRASTRUCTURENo comfort station has been provided for general public which has to beprovided.Waste produced by the area has to be properly collected and disposed .Much of the waste dumping sites which are located without order throughoutthe area has to reduced to a few good places .Majority of the electric posts of KSEB has to be relocated owing to thetraffic conjetion it causes.Area recieves good rainfall which can be collected and reused for firefighting and other requirements.CHARECTERBuildings existing in the area do not have any charecter. Each of them r .-------doesnt follow a common charecter and has moved in its own direction. Theroad networks and enclosure produced also fail to impart any strickingcharecter .Site does not have any cultural or historical importance and is merely acommercial transportation hub.
  7. 7. LANDSCAPE ACCESSIBLE TO PUBLIC PARKING COMPLEX LANDSCAPE ACCESSIBLE TO PUBLIC -0.0 __ _ - - - - ------- ---0- MEiR ~----- - ___ _ LANDSCAPE iRA-NSf ---- ACCESSIBLE TO PUBLIC r SrA/JON ----~ METRO STATION ENT~ LANDSCAPE ACCESSIBLE TO PUBLIC
  8. 8. PARKING COMPLEX detailed drawings in sheet 19 PEDE Or R I AN ~0 v[ ... VL~ _ UNDERGROUND I formation panel PEDESTRIAN PASSAGE ENTRY 1 o detail in sheet 23 ~"i . ~. li "T- llJ lL~ 1:.. oTItt , JJ.!J.1J,j.. IT ....11 "1I!~ff 1/ I . <!1 Q _ I , . • METRO "./ " . STATION ENTRY 2 o o BUS STOP ------ . two buses to ul taneously BUS BAY 45 km / hr _4 NATIONAL HIGHWAY 41 60 km / hr _4 1- ____________________________~--~ m /~~~-4~--_c~-=-=-=-=-~-=--~----- 1S3 ------------ 80~k~ h r -------------------------~----- ---~t:t--------------~-------------i:3-------------- - ------------ --------------- ~ 80 km / hr ~ 60 km / hr 0:: Lu ~ 45 km / hr ClI,~. o S~~WGON .~ ENTRY 3 A ~ I RESIDENTIAL
  9. 9. o o o (J ~ STAIRCASE ESCALATOR C01 BINATION SMALL EAT ,SNACKS ~. NEWSPAPER MAGAZINE COUNTER, ~ STAIRCASE o ~ ESCALATOR COMBINA TlON 1- I o o f- [ 0 ,. J -I-,.. . -:......,....,.. f PASSENGERS ::"/ / . CARD 21 PERSON ~I;H +. LUGGAGES ARE / .. TOCKEN (1600kgi ~ ~~ ~ PASSENGERS BODY SCANNED CHECKED AND } SECURITY _ CHECKS CAPACITY SEASON CAR SEPERATE FOR • CHECKS _ LIFT ~_....,~ ~ AVOID THE TICKET GENTS AND LADIES ____ ____ _ / COUNTER _ _ wq W>hdI - - - - - - ....... , / / - - - - - - - - - - - - - ~ " ", ; " 0 .be """ I~ I ,I ~ eJ~! $ ~ + • v InDr Y " 1 , < g trlEI"" ~I~ II, • .. I ------ --B--------------B---~- L d -- --- ! ~Jf COMMON ~~ --8------- ------ ~---- -------- --- 1 - iJ,-- --------1:)-------------- 8------ D __ __ ---- --. " + +/;It - ~----- ~ ~ -- --1- J ,. : - ... - L-?J -,,-: I ~ : t PASSENGERS CHECK THE I " -------------------- --------~ .e:t.~~_ E / ;! ,.. -.( a -. EXIT ..; ~ , DISPLA YED MAP _/ TO CHOOSE THE PLA TFORM THEY t" HAVE TO TAKE PASSENGERS CAN CHOOSE WHICH SIDE OF THE ROAD ) . .. : ! -------h1~ ! ~==~~L_~~_ _ _~__{~~~~~~~ STAIRCASE "-"""H"""", " "" m CO," ~ ESCALATOR COMBINA TION "!t- j ~ STAIRCASE I ~ ESCALATOR COMBINATION ,/ /
  10. 10. " "(1 Q * .." --- ~ )i" ~ - ~,/ "- 1 // -----" 1 j l,- T / / o H <; <; , I ,. I ...... E ~ :~ ~ ~ ~ ~ --~ " - ~=:;~ iii . ~ I)I / ~, v I -- ~~~frl«( I;
  11. 11. SECTION THROUGH THE SECTION AA RAIL BRIDGE _ ~:;~~ I~CL-<? ~ - - )- --- 1 01 ",,,,," 1 = .... = ~ ~~ I--..,.. I ! _ -~ it~( ~ ~~ ~ ------:: 1- - 10 i=... IlJ -¥ ~I:. -to ~ ~ ~ .~~ FRONT ELEVATION (FROM WEST)
  12. 12. v vt ! ~ -=- FJ- if ,~, .+- t~ SECTION BB ] ITt ~ >+i I" , ) 4 ~ I + C+-l-h
  13. 13. group f category in Kerala building rules . buildings or part of buildings used exclusievely for parking of vehicles(parking buildings ,parking structures)FAR. =Total floor area / Plot area =max 4 ~ ....... ...... ~Height of building < 1.5 times the street width + ...... 1.5 times front yard 25x1.5 + 1x1.5 = 48 ...... ~ ....... ...... ~ ie. ht <48m ~~ ~ A ~l Iheight may be increased proportionately at the rateof 3 metres for every 1 metre. ~ ...... ~height of the building with respect to nearest / ~airport nedumbassery <152 m l I ~ ~ / .. r· / PARKING COMPLEX -GROUND FLOOR PARKING COMPLEX -INTERMEDIETE FLOOR

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