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This PPT explains the spatial characteristics of the city, how it changed from past to present and what will be the expected areal Expansion of the city due to various factors. it also contains ...

This PPT explains the spatial characteristics of the city, how it changed from past to present and what will be the expected areal Expansion of the city due to various factors. it also contains demographic, landuse, problems related to existing services etc.

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    • Urban Growth Pattern By: Nitish Kumar B.Planning Reg. no: 2080200012SCHOOL OF PLANNING AND ARCHITECTURE, VIJAYAWADA
    • * I N D I A DELHI DELHI • Elevation = 560 M from MSL. • Very Pleasant climate. 1417km • The Temperatures range from KOLKATA 15 degrees C to 35 degrees C. • Annual Avg. Rainfall= 68 m.MUMBAI 2004km • Monsoon comes in mid June. 170km PUNE 1166km CHENNAI Source: www.google.com
    • ** From 8th century to 1947, Pune was ruled by Yadavas, Muslims, Marathas & British.* Maratha king Thorala Bajirao II, was urbanized the Pune during his reign. Source: www.google.com
    • * To Mumbai PCMC Mula river Mula river KC Mula-Mutha river 1600 RLY Station Mula-Mutha river 1700 To Central City 1764 Solapur Inner City 1820 PC Outer City 1856,RLY Station 1890 Suburb Mutha river 1935Outer City/Residential zone 1950 Mutha river Inner City/PS 1860 1958 1860 Central City 1982 1960 CBD/commercia l 1962 zone Source: PMC Source: www.google.com
    • Existing * Land use Category Landuse,2001(%) As per the UDPFI(%)Residential 43 35Reser. forest, Agri.& River 18 balanceTransportation 13 15Recreational(lakes and parks,PG) 12 20Pub. & Semi pub. 8 14Industrial 4 12Commercial 2 4 TOTAL 100 100 Source: CDP 2006-12 50 45 40 35 30 25 20 15 10 5 0 Existing Landuse,2001 As per the UDPFI
    • * Source: www.google.com As per the census 2001 (source: CDP 2006-2012) 1. City Population approx. 25 lakhs 2. Density was 10,412 person/SQKM 3. Literacy rate – 77% 4. Male literacy – 81.4% 5. Female literacy – 72.2% 6. Slum population – 40% of the city population i.e. approx. 10 lakhs 7. Migrated population was 50% Population Growth & Projection of Pune, 2001 7000000 6000000 57,00,000Name of 2007 2011 2021 2031 5000000 45,00,000the area- 4000000 35,36,092PMC 2978187 35,36,092 45,00,000 57,00,000 3000000 25,38,473PC 1,12,630 1,16,377 1,26,070 1,36,225 2000000 16,91,430 12,03,363 6,06,7778,56,105KC 1,15,387 1,20,735 1,34,875 1,50,112 1000000 4,88,419PCMC 14,16,210 17,35,729 27,47,043 41,02,868 0 1951 1961 1971 1981 1991 2001 2011 2021 2031Rest of 6,96,982 7,94,545 10,70,151 13,91,039PMRTotal 53,19,396 63,03,478 85,78,139 1,14,80,244 CAGR for PMC region was 2.67% in census 1991 Source: CDP, 2006-12 2001 & 4.94% in census source: CDP 2006-2012
    • Water supply * Source: CDP 2006-121. Gross supply of water is 260 lpcd but due to 30% loss of water, it remains only 182 lpcd of water as net supply water.2. Water service in city is good, because As per the UDPFI Guidelines, net supply of water is 150-200 lpcd for a metro city.3. Water supply network is 68% (1224 km) along the road network.4. PMC should replace or repair the leakage water pipelines to minimize water loss.Sewerage & Sanitation1. Total length of sewer network is 975 km i.e. 54%, which serves 80% population.2. One third untreated sewerage disposed off in mula-mutha River which is the major cause of water pollution.Solid waste management1. PMC is responsible for collection, transportation and disposal of solid waste.2. Quantity of waste: 1000-1200 tones per day.3. EM Technology is used for composting of 600 tones of waste.
    • * Source: CDP2006-121. City has maximum 2- wheelers which is the major cause of congestion on narrow roads.2. Public transport system is inadequate.3. Since city is at the confluence of 3 NH (NH-4, NH-50, NH-9) which brings Regional traffic throughthe city which is the major cause of traffic congestion.4. Registered vehicle growth is 8% (CAGR).5. People are attracted towards private vehicles (car and 2-wheelers) due to the Lack of publictransportation facilities.
    • Source: CDP2006-12Pollution1. Emission of CO within the city is about 103 tones.2. About 34% of CO is emitted by 2 wheelers only.3. Contribution of Pollution by different modes of vehicles in Jan 2002 to may 2002 is given in pie chart. Growth rate of slum & citySlums 12 101. Slum population in Pune is approx. 10 lakhs (40%) as per the growth rate 8census 2001. 62. Total no. slums are 564 43. 90% of slum population enjoying electricity connection. 2 0 1961 1971 1981 1991 2001 slum % 9.63 10.04 4.63 4.2 6.06 city% 2.19 3.5 3.46 3.46 4.14
    • Source: PMC presentation LEGEND: N Zone Boundaries Outer Ring Road Alandi Road Arterials Circumfrential/ Rectilinear Road network Sub-Arterials Westerly Bypass River Solapur Road Inner Ring Road Proposed Toll Plazas N Roads LeadingNH-4 to outer cordons Congested Roads
    • Source: CDP2006-12 Line 1,toLine-5 TELCOTo Akuli Line-4 To Lonikand Agri.university Line-3,to Hadasper Line-2 Phase Line Length People/da Land To Warze y (Ha) I 1&2 23 km 9.4 lakh 132.18 Line-6 To Katraj II 3,4,5,6 68km 13.6lakh 95.86 Total 91km 23 lakh 228.04
    • * Source: www.punecorporation.org and CDP 2006-12 N To Nasik IT & BPO sector Chakan Lohagaon Khardi Hingewadi Wadgaon Sheri Pashan C Kalyani nagar Aundh B B Sutarwadi L Balewadi S H Baner K A K IT & Residential Devlp. W W P E K M K N H NH 9 W MResidential & Comm. Area D Warje A K Kothrud Karve nagar IT sector. Hadaspar Magarpatta X Palace Name IT sector NH Mohammadwadi Expected CBD kondhwa Existing CBD NH 4 S To Satara Expected CBD
    • ** Migration High population growth Unbalanced land use distribution* Lack of public transport increasing private vehicle ownership cause of high congestion & pollution level.* Due to poor and old supply network UFW loss is above 30% proper monitoring system is essential.* Due to disposal of untreated sewerage in river, level of river water pollution is increasing which affects micro climate the city.* Solid waste management is good because of recycling and composting of waste.* Annual growth of slum population is more than city population growth, with this pace of growth rate city will soon known as slum city.* Due to fast industrial growth, Very soon city will be developed as an IT hub of India.
    • Thank youSCHOOL OF PLANNING AND ARCHITECTURE, VIJAYAWADA