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Metro rail in india

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  • 1. 1
    The Metro Way Of Life
    SOURAV PAUL
  • 2.
    • India's 1st and Asia's 5th metro rail was introduced in Kolkata.
    • 3. Over a length of 16.45 km and the work on this project was sanctioned on 1.6.1972
    • 4. The construction work started in 1973-74.
    • 5. After crossing so many hurdles Calcutta Metro started its journey onOctober 24, 1984
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    HISTORY OF INDIAN
    METRO RAILWAY
  • 6. 3
    Why it is needed
    unprecedented growth of personal vehicles.Growing traffic congestion. Air pollution and traffic accidents has become a major concern.To avoid congestion at peak hours. Time saving.Reduced fuel consumption.
  • 7. BENEFITs OF METRO RAIL
    • Requires 1/5th energy per passenger km compared to road-based transport system.
    • 8. Causes less noise, no air pollution and eco friendly transport system.
    • 9. Occupies no road space if underground and only about 2.60 meters width of the road if elevated.
    • 10. Reduces journey time.
    • 11. Cost effective mass transport system.
    • 12. Reducing traffic transport problems.
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  • 13. SpecialFeatures
    • Air-conditioning and ventilation system for environmental control of stations and tunnels.
    • 14. Automatic ticket vending and checking system.
    • 15. Automatic door opening / closing .
    • 16. A public address system is provided on the trains to announce approaching stations.
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  • 17. INDIAN METRO RAILWAY
    EXISTING METRO RAILWAY
    Kolkata Metro Rail.
    Delhi Metro Rail.
    2. FUTURE & PROPOSED METRO RAILWAY
    Mumbai Metro Rail
    Bangalore Metro Rail.
    Hydrabad Metro Rail.
    Chennai Metro Rail.
    Kochi Metro Rail
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  • 18. KOLKATA METRO RAILWAYS
    • System length - 22.3 km
    • 19. Number of lines – 2
    • 20. Number of stations - 21 (15 under ground, 1 on surface and 5 elevated)
    • 21. Track gauge - Broad Gauge.
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  • 22.
    • Coaches per train - 8
    • 23. Maximum permissible speed - 55 km/h
    • 24. Average speed – 30km/h
    • 25. Voltage - 750 V D.C.
    • 26. Travel Time - 41 minutes (approx.)
    • 27. Total estimated cost of the project - Rs. 1825 crores (approx.)
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  • 29. Future Projects & Plans
    East- West Metro Corridor
    • Rs 4874.58 crores project to connect Kolkata with Howrah by an underwater metro line .
    • 30. The total length will be 14.67 km (8.9 km underground and 5.77 km elevated).
    • 31. Metro will run under 100 ft. of Hooghly River (first underwater metro in India).
    • 32. Completion date is targeted at 31/10/2014.
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  • 33. Kolkata Metro Rail - Benefits
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  • 34. DELHI METRO RAILWAY
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  • 35.
    • Operator - Delhi Metro Rail Corporation Ltd.
    • 36. Begun Operation - 24th December, 2002.
    • 37. System Length - 76.7 kilometers.
    • 38. Number of stations – 68.
    • 39. The power supply is at 25 kV AC through overhead.
    • 40. In the 2008 financial year, it had revenue of $100 million.
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  • 41. 14
    EVALUATION CRITERIA
    • Influence zone
    • 42. Feeder service and an integrated ticket
    • 43. Luggage
    • 44. Parking
    • 45. Metro will carry the same amount of traffic as nine lanes of buses.
    • 46. It reduces journey time by 50 to 75%.
    • 47. 2400 less buses on the roads…!!
    • 48. Less bus will be on the roads so less congested roads will be.
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  • 49. MUMBAI METRO RAILWAY
    • The Mumbai Metro Railway System Will Cover A Distance Of 146 Km And Link India’s Financial And Entertainment Capital With Its Suburbs.
    • 50. The government of the of Maharashtra and the private Reliance DhirubhaiAmbani Group will share the costs of the corridor with the private company picking up 74% of the tab.
    • 51. A six coach broad gauge train could have carried the same number of passengers as an eight coach standard gauge train.
    • 52. A six coach broad gauge train could have carried the same number of passengers as an eight coach standard gauge train.
    • 53. It means lower operational cost, lower electricity cost.
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  • 54.
    • Metro railway system was mooted for the city of Chennai by SShreedharan the DMRC to the Tamil Nadu CM  Jay Lalitha.
    • 55. The elevated section of the project is scheduled to be operational by 2011 and the entire project is scheduled to be completed by the financial year 2014-2015.
    • 56. About 55% of the corridors in Phase I is underground and the remaining elevated.
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  • 57.
    • The Metro rail project was included in the 2007-08 State Government's budget, and an amount of Rs. 50 crores had been sanctioned for preliminary works.
    • 58. The project is estimated to cost around 14,600 crores (approximately USD 3.5 billion) for the two corridors totaling 50.1 km.
    • 59. The construction started in early 2009 and is expected to be fully completed by 2014.
    • 60. A total of 34 stations have been planned along the two corridors. As many as 19 stations are underground and 15 are elevated.
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  • 61.
    • Estimated cost of Rs. 12,132 crores.
    • 62. The project Hyderabad metro rail is 71.16 km long
    • 63. PPP Metro Rail Project to have been sanctioned by Govt. of India
    • 64. Global consulting firm Deloitte is the constructing Co. of HMR.
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  • 65.
    • The Metro Rail Project work will start next year and expected to be completed by the end of 2014.
    • 66. The 71 km covering three high density traffic corridors of Hyderabad. 
    • 67. Speeds of 34 kmph on an average to 80 kmph maximum.
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  • 68. BANGALORE
    METRO RAILWAY
    • The total project outlay envisaged is Rs. 6395 crores.
    • 69. The project Bangalore metro rail is 42.3 kms long.
    • 70. The project report of BML is prepared by DMRC.
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  • 71.
    • The first face of the project has commenced in 2007 and complete by 2012.
    • 72. The number of passengers expected to travel on the metro is estimated at 10.20 lakhs in 2012 and 16.10 lakhs in 2021.
    • 73. Phase I network to about 42 km, with 40 stations.
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  • 74. COCHIN METRO RAILWAY
    • Estimated to cost Rs 3,300 crore.
    • 75. The project Cochin metro rail is 25 kms long.
    • 76. The starting point of Metro rail in Cochin is in Aluva and the proposed ending point is the place called Pettah.
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  • 77.
    • The alignment was created by the DMRC and is planned to be made on a Public-Private Partnership basis.
    • 78. Since it has almost 24 stops between the 25 km, average speed 35kms/hour.
    • 79. The proposed gauge is standard gauge unlike the broad gauge on the Delhi Metro.
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  • 80. Suggestions
    integrated ticket for bus & metro rail.Luggage carrying facility should be there.To encourage people to use Metro there should be a separate parking place for the monthly pass holders.Concern authority should drop their kind attention to minimize the maintenance cost.
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  • 81. CONCLUSION
    Although Metro systems are more reliable, comfortable and safer than road based systems & it reduce congestion on the roads. However systems planned in India shows that cost overrunning and under utilization of capacity. Methodology and arguments used to justify these systems needs careful analysis. High capacity system does not necessarily generate high demand. Estimation of passenger demand for transit services should consider complete journey of commuters including access time.
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  • 82. BIBLIOGRAPHY
    http://www.kolmetro.com/features/expansion.html#
    http://www.citypopulation.de/India-WestBengal.html
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_most_populous_metropolitan_areas_in_India
    http://www.cleanairnet.org/caiasia/1412/article-59905.html
    http://www.hindustantimes.com/news/181_1344529,000600010001.htm
    http://www.mmrdamumbai.org/projects_metro_rail.htm
    http://www.delhimetrorail.com/index.htm
    http://hyderabadmetrorail.in/
    http://www.bmrc.co.in/ph.html
    http://www.chennaimetrorail.gov.in/project_profile.html
    http://www.delhimetrorail.com/corporates/public_information.html
    http://hyderabadmetrorail.in/html/why-metro.htm
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