Comprehensive Bicycle Plan for Pune


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A brief summary of the Request for Proposal floated by the Pune Municipal Corporation for preparing a Comprehensive Bicycle Plan for the city of Pune

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Comprehensive Bicycle Plan for Pune

  1. 1. Comprehensive Bicycle Plan for Pune CREATING A BICYCLE FRIENDLY CITY
  2. 2. National Urban Transport Policy Equitable allocation of road space - focus on people rather than vehicles Non-Motorized Transport is environmentally friendly and must be given their due share Have to address safety concerns of pedestrians and cyclists Features such as safe bicycle parking, shade, landscaping, drinking & resting stations needed
  3. 3. NUTP – Challenges Lack of safe crossing at busy intersections Badly designed pedestrian paths and cycle tracks Encroachments
  4. 4. Design and Encroachments Design Flaws Unused Cycle Tracks Encroachments
  5. 5. NUTP – Prescriptions Designs based on open debate with experts and users Strict enforcement with public participation Explore Public Bicycle Systems Area Plans in congested areas with exclusive zones for NMT
  6. 6. Comprehensive Mobility Plan
  7. 7. Cycle Track Network
  8. 8. Quality of Cycle Tracks 16 32 45 54 57 57 59 61 62 63 66 67 71 88 Law College Road Old Canal Road Aundh Road Dr. Ambedkar Road Sinhagad Road Satara Road Deccan College Road Ganeshkhind Road Swami Vivekananda (Bibwewadi) Road Paud Road Karve Road Sahasrabuddhe Road Solapur Road Vishrantwadi-Airport Road 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 Score Cycle Track Scores Good to Worse Low scores indicate a good cycle track, higher the score, worse the cycle track.
  9. 9. Bicycle Plans
  10. 10. Plan Components  Creation of a city-wide cycle track network and cycle-safe streets  A city-wide Public Bicycle Scheme with a detailed project report for a pilot project  Bicycle Parking Facilities  Integration with Public Transport  Cycling Promotion  Adoption and use of Design Guidelines for planning and implementing cycle-friendly infrastructure  Institutional Mechanisms, Capacity-building and Financial Planning for implementing the plan  Awareness and Education Campaigns
  11. 11. Public Consultations  Ward-level meetings  Key stakeholder interviews to be conducted  Media strategy for dissemination of information  Public meetings and stakeholder interactions should use audio/visual materials, presentations, panel displays and other innovative methods. Bilingual materials (English and Marathi) required  All materials should be available on a website  The plan summary, draft plan, final plan, maps, charts should be available as print copies.  The plan summary should be easy to understand and be available in English and Marathi.
  12. 12. Proposal  Project lead  Team  Methodology  Issues and Approach  Opportunities and Creative Solutions  Requirements from PMC  Gantt Chart for project
  13. 13. Evaluation  Overall Experience (30 points)  Experience in a developing country and/or in India (10 points)  Composition and diversity of the team (10 points)  Qualifications and relevant experience of overall project leader and team leads (20 points)  Quality of the proposal (30 points) Minimum qualifying score = 70
  14. 14. Score  Technical Score  Commercial Score = 100* P0/P, where P is the price quoted in the bid, P0 is lowest bid price  Composite Score = 0.80*technical score + 0.20*commercial score Highest composite score proposal awarded contract
  15. 15. Payment Schedule Stage Payment Deliverable Timeline Preparation Phase Planning Documents 10% Upon submission plan document structure, survey details and methodology and public consultation details 1 month Preparation Phase Completed Upon submission of the preparation phase of the plan (including state-level inception meeting and the first round of ward level consultations) 2 months DPR for the pilot Public Bicycle Scheme Upon submission of the DPR for the pilot public bicycle scheme 1 month Draft Bicycle Plan 45% Upon submission of the draft bicycle plan 3 months Final Bicycle Plan 45% Upon submission of the final bicycle plan (including the second round of ward level consultations) 1 month
  16. 16. Bicycle Advisory Committee  Key city officials, technical persons and cycling representatives.  The firm will interact with the Committee on a regular basis, submit the details of the activities to be undertaken (including survey forms, stakeholder lists etc.) for feedback, update it on the progress of the plan, raise issues, and discuss any modifications in the plan or process.  The Committee will play the role of both assisting the firm to prepare a high quality plan and also ensure that the terms and conditions of the contract are being met.  The Advisory Committee is expected to have 6-8 members and will meet once a month to review the progress of the plan and review and provide feedback on the intermediate deliverables.