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Delhi BRTS

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Delhi BRTS Bus Rapid Transport System

Delhi BRTS Bus Rapid Transport System

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  • 1. Delhi Bus Rapid Transit System (BRTS): Overview By Jyoti & Neeraj (Subgroup 2, Group 4) ADANI INSTITUTE OF INFRASTRUCTURE MANAGEMENT
  • 2. OUTLINE• Background – Introduction – Traffic Situation in Delhi – Corridors Proposed – Project Component & Stake Holders – Project Cost – Operations & Maintenance – Regulatory Environment• SWOT Analysis• Conclusion• Recommendations Adani Institute of Infrastructure Management
  • 3. Introduction• Delhi BRTS- Integrated Multimodal Transport System- Promote Public Transport: Faster, More Efficient Service- Dedicated Bus Lanes- Not Grade Separated- Reduce Accidents, Journey Time and Pollution Level.• Bus Systems- More flexible- Caters to most of the transportation needs- Small part of traffic congestion Adani Institute of Infrastructure Management
  • 4. Traffic Situation in Delhi• Road Area Percentage: 21%• Number of Vehicles: Increased 212% between 1991 and 2008 Adani Institute of Infrastructure Management
  • 5. Corridors Proposed Phase Corridor Length s Phase -1 2005- 7 115.5 2010 Phase -2 3 28.0 2010-2015 Phase -3 16 166.5 2015-2020 Adani Institute of Infrastructure Management
  • 6. Stake Holders• 2002: Workshop organised by DTC in collobration with SIAM, IDFC and IIT Delhi on High Capacity Bus System.• 2004: GNCTD appointed RITES and IIT Delhi for designing anf implementing the 1st corridor.• 2006: GNCTD establishes DIMTS (Delhi Integrated Multi Modal Transit System)• Oct 2006: Work starts• Since April 2008: Stretch between Ambedkar Nagar to Moolchand under trial. Adani Institute of Infrastructure Management
  • 7. Traffic Volume• Between Ambedkar Nagar to Moolchand, Chirag Delhi and Moolchand intersections are one of the busiest junctions.• Chirag Delhi: More than 135,000 vehicles cross the junction everyday.• More than 90% of the vehicle traffic: Cars, 2 wheelers and Auto Rickshaws.• Bus: 2-2.5% of total traffic ; carries 55-60% of the total commuters. Adani Institute of Infrastructure Management
  • 8. Regulatory Environment• DIMTS : Corridor Manager• DIMTS established Operational Control Centre at Kashmere Gate.• 3rd party service providers• 180 road marshals• Security Guards• Crane: remove disabled vehicles Adani Institute of Infrastructure Management
  • 9. SWOT ANALYSISStrength• Bus only, right of way• Level boarding• Saves time & Energy• Environmental Quality• Operation cost efficiency• Reduction in Accidental Rate• Capital Cost effectiveness• Urban Rejuvenation Adani Institute of Infrastructure Management
  • 10. SWOT ANALYSISWeakness• Scarcity of space• Safety Compromised• Lack of Proper Planning• Lack of Technical Knowledge• Design Issues• Low Frequency• Untrained Drivers• Slow Speed & Traffic Signals• Supporting infrastructure (Parking & foot over bridge etc)• Traffic Discipline Adani Institute of Infrastructure Management
  • 11. SWOT ANALYSISOpportunities• Bus Priorities & Bus Lanes• Off Bus Fare Collection• Increased Capacity (bi articulated or double Decker)• High frequency All DaySWOT ANALYSISThreats• Road Congestion• Failure of First Test• No Prior Test Adani Institute of Infrastructure Management
  • 12. CONCLUSIONThe current not-so-successful story of BRTS corridor can be explained by lack ofproper planning before implementing it. The technical knowhow of the BRTSsystem from western countries has been just copied over to Delhi without themodification required to make it successful in India. To make the system successful,stress has to be made on the supporting infrastructure. Also, a proper regulatoryenvironment is needed to enforce rules and regulations where neededRECOMMENDATION• BRT Regulation Act• Awareness Campaign• Supporting Infrastructure with Bus Shelter Queue. Adani Institute of Infrastructure Management