Anand Vihar Integrated Circulation Plan

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  • 1. Decongestion: of Road No. 56 & Connectivity: To Anand Vihar Multi-Modal Interchange Anand Vihar - Part 1 A UTTIPEC PROPOSAL April 2010 © UTTIPEC, 2nd Flr Vikas Minar, New Delhi – 110002. Delhi Development Authority, New Delhi 1
  • 2. B M To Dilshad Garden 20 MIN Anand Vihar Trml. R M M M B B M To Vaishali M M M M To ITO; West Delhi M M M M M B Bus + others M Bus ONLY M Pedestrian + Cycle M ONLY
  • 3. Traffic Police has not given an NOC Anand Vihar Railway Station – because they feel Entry Point Will Be a Bottleneck 4
  • 4. LG REFERENCE (D.O.No47(10)/RN/2010/RM/52/985 dt 4/2/10) 5
  • 5. Letter from Delta Colonies Resident Welfare Association Subject: Road No. 56 • Accessibility of Delhi from Uttar Pradesh – across Road No. 56 • Plan with long term implications to be made, to facilitate commuters between Delhi and Uttar Pradesh • Current Capacity of Anand Vihar ISBT reduced from 250 to 207 bays; But should be increased to 400+. 6
  • 6. Context 7
  • 7. Anand Vihar Trml.
  • 8. The solution to the problem lies in The time-tested strategy of providing Connectivity: 1. Multiple Entry-Exit Routes and a more interconnected Street Network around the Station Site; 2. Prioritize Accessibility to Pedestrians, Non-motorized modes and people arriving by Public Transportation. 10
  • 9. Current B M To Dilshad Circulation: Garden will cause conflicts on Rd. No. 56 20 MIN R M M M B B M To Vaishali M M M M To ITO; West Delhi M M M M M B Bus + others M Bus ONLY M Pedestrian + Cycle M ONLY
  • 10. Proposed B M To Dilshad Circulation: Garden Interconnected Network 20 MIN R M Proposed Guided Bus ONLY route M M (so cars cannot get on) B B M To Vaishali M M M Guided Cycle Lane Footpath M Busways M M M M M B Bus + others M Bus ONLY M Pedestrian + Cycle M ONLY
  • 11. Part -1: Accessing AV Station across Road No. 56 13
  • 12. Traffic Survey for all Modes was Conducted for this Graphic Source: Master of Urban Design, Batch of 2011, School of Planning and Architecture. Entry-Exit Junction to ISBT & Crossing to Ghaziabad
  • 13. COMPOSITION OF TRAFFIC AT ANAND VIHAR JUNCTION (in absolute numbers) To Ghaziabad Slow Vehicles Tractor 18% Two Wheeler 0% 25% Truck 2% Bus 6% Auto 12% Car/Jeep 37% Taxi 0% Source: Traffic Survey by P K Engineers Date: 05 April 2010
  • 14. HIGH CAPACITY VEHICLES MOVEMENT DURING PEAK HOUR AT ANAND VIHAR JUNCTION (Animal & hand drawn, Cycle and Cycle Rickshaw) 00 To Vivek Vihar To Ghaziabad 184 55 Shrestvihar 143 26 18 11 41 0 Suryanagar 26 41 104 78 78 119 0 0 To Anand Vihar To Ghaziabad ISBT 143 11 248 105 105 116 0 0 Anandvihar 18 0 0 0 0 0 Ramparast PEAK HOUR 09:45 - 10:45 TOTAL INFLOW (Buses) 422 18 0 High Capacity Vehicles Movement during Peak Hour at Anand Vihar Junction To I P Extension
  • 15. HIGH CAPACITY VEHICLES MOVEMENT AT ANAND VIHAR JUNCTION (Animal & hand drawn, Cycle and Cycle Rickshaw) To Vivek Vihar To Ghaziabad 2100 402 Shrestvihar 1787 181 166 299 55 14 Suryanagar 181 299 1005 821 821 1143 3 23 To Anand Vihar To Ghaziabad ISBT 1787 166 2734 945 945 1113 2 2 Anandvihar 55 23 14 2 3 2 Ramparast TOTAL INFLOW (Buses) 4298 80 19 High Capacity Vehicles Movement at Anand Vihar Junction To I P Extension
  • 16. NMT (Non Motorised Traffic) MOVEMENT DURING PEAK HOUR AT ANAND VIHAR JUNCTION (Animal & hand drawn, Cycle and Cycle Rickshaw) To Vivek Vihar To Ghaziabad 282 650 Shrestvihar 156 207 314 129 78 48 Suryanagar 78 129 131 35 35 219 18 55 To Anand Vihar To Ghaziabad ISBT 207 48 299 68 68 139 24 23 Anandvihar 156 314 24 55 18 23 Ramparast PEAK HOUR 09:45 - 10:45 TOTAL INFLOW (NMT) 1155 235 355 NMT (Non Motorised Traffic) Movement during Peak Hour at Anand Vihar Junction To I P Extension
  • 17. NMT (Non Motorised Traffic) MOVEMENT AT ANAND VIHAR JUNCTION (Animal & hand drawn, Cycle and Cycle Rickshaw) To Vivek Vihar To Ghaziabad 2999 4571 Shrestvihar 1642 2220 1997 670 687 354 Suryanagar 670 354 1189 354 354 1282 165 574 To Anand Vihar To Ghaziabad ISBT 2220 687 2839 386 386 1451 233 378 Anandvihar 1642 1997 233 574 165 378 Ramparast TOTAL INFLOW (NMT) 9660 2449 2540 NMT (Non Motorised Traffic) Movement at Anand Vihar Junction To I P Extension
  • 18. COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS: 180 Origin-Destination Count – by Mode From Patparganj ( FOR 15 min Duration) At 12:00 pm 160 To Ghaziabad From Ghaziabad 140 120 100 FROM DILSHAD GARDEN FROM PATPARGANJ 80 FROM GHAZIABAD TO GHAZIABAD 60 TO DILSHAD GARDEN TO PATPARGANJ 40 20 0
  • 19. Current BUS Circulation: Designated bus stand (in-sufficient) Graphic Source: Master of Urban Design, Batch of 2011, School of Planning and Architecture.
  • 20. BUS AUTOS Graphic Source: Master of Urban Design, Batch of 2011, School of Planning and Architecture.
  • 21. BUS AUTOS Graphic Source: Master of Urban Design, Batch of 2011, School of Planning and Architecture.
  • 22. BUS AUTOS RICKSHAWS Graphic Source: Master of Urban Design, Batch of 2011, School of Planning and Architecture.
  • 23. BUS AUTOS RICKSHAWS Graphic Source: Master of Urban Design, Batch of 2011, School of Planning and Architecture.
  • 24. PEDESTRIANS FOOTPATHS Graphic Source: Master of Urban Design, Batch of 2011, School of Planning and Architecture.
  • 25. PEDESTRIANS CYCLSTS Graphic Source: Master of Urban Design, Batch of 2011, School of Planning and Architecture.
  • 26. PEDESTRIAN MOVEMENT AT ANAND VIHAR (12 hr) To Vivek Vihar To Ghaziabad 2117 Shrstvihar Suryanagar To Anand To Ghaziabad Vihar ISBT 1904 2174 Anandvihar Ramparast 2142 Pedestrian Movement at Anandvihar Junction To I P Extension
  • 27. BRT – on all Roads above 45 M DDA Zonal Plan - E 30
  • 28. BRT – on all Roads above 45 M UP Bus Depot
  • 29. Signal Free Movement Assumed at Entrance Junction UP Bus Depot
  • 30. UP Bus Depot
  • 31. BOUNDARY WALL TO BE REMOVED TO GET ACCESS FROM THE PROPOSED 24 M WIDE ROAD 34
  • 32. Part -2: Creating a Secondary Exit for North bound Movement 35
  • 33. Part -3: Creating a Secondary Exit for South & West bound Movement 38
  • 34. Approved Zonal Plan Roads create outlets – helping decongest Road No. 56 Proposed Guided Bus ONLY route (so cars cannot get on) Guided Cycle Lane Footpath Busways Approved 24 M Wide Road Connecting Road No. 57 To Av Rly. Stn & Isbt To Be Construct In Phase I.
  • 35. Part -4: Enabling Prioritized Multimodal Interchange & Greater Connectivity 41
  • 36. BRT – on all Roads above 45 M DDA Zonal Plan - E 42
  • 37. Major B M To Dilshad Interchange Garden Points… 20 MIN R M Proposed Guided Bus ONLY route M M (so cars cannot get on) B B M To Vaishali M M M Guided Cycle Lane Footpath M Busways M M M M M B Bus + others M Bus ONLY M Pedestrian + Cycle M ONLY
  • 38. Multimodal Integration: 60 M Arterial Components ggested Distribution of Road Space: Road 01A 01B 01C Clear Walking Zone Walking Zone Width Maximum Kerb Height 01D Kerb Radius and Slip Road Treatment 01E Continuous Pavement 01F High Albedo Materials 01G Permeable Pavement 2 Frontage Zone or Dead Width 03A Kerb Ramps 03B Raised Table-Top Crossings Typical Streetscape Plan (60 M) 03C Tactile Paving 03D Auditory Signals 03E Accessible Infrastructure & Signage 04A Essential Planting 04B Tree Pits and Tree Grates 04C Planting with Storm Water Management 04D Aesthetic Planting 05A Segregated Cycle + NMT Paths 05B Bicycle Parking and Other Infrastructure 06A At-grade Crossing 06B Mid-Block Crossing 06C Raised Table-top Crossings 07A Pedestrian Refuge Island at Median 07B Median Refuge Design Options 08A Pedestrian Scaled Lighting 08B Full Cut-off Fixtures 09A Underground Utilities 10A Local Bus Stop 10B Public Toilets 10C Vector Street Direction Signage 10D Auditory Pelican Signals 10E Dustbins 10E Hawker Zones Drawings preparedGuidelines © UTTIPEC, DDA 2009 Pedestrian Design by UTTIPEC, DDA in consultation with TRIPP, IIT Delhi, SG Architects, ICE and DIMTS, Nov 2009 STREET HIERARCHY OF DELHI 44
  • 39. Components: 45 M Arterial Road – with Service 01A Clear Walking Zone 01B 01C Lane Suggested Distribution of Road Space: Walking Zone Width Maximum Kerb Height 01D Kerb Radius and Slip Road Treatment 01E Continuous Pavement 01F High Albedo Materials 01G Permeable Pavement 2 Frontage Zone or Dead Width 03A Kerb Ramps 03B Raised Table-Top Crossings 03C Tactile Paving 03D Auditory Signals 03E Accessible Infrastructure & Signage 04A Essential Planting 04B Tree Pits and Tree Grates 04C Planting with Storm Water Management 04D Aesthetic Planting 05A Segregated Cycle + NMT Paths 05B Bicycle Parking and Other Infrastructure 06A At-grade Crossing 06B Mid-Block Crossing 06C Raised Table-top Crossings 07A Pedestrian Refuge Island at Median 07B Median Refuge Design Options 08A Pedestrian Scaled Lighting 08B Full Cut-off Fixtures 09A Underground Utilities 10A Local Bus Stop 10B Public Toilets 10C Vector Street Direction Signage 10D Auditory Pelican Signals 10E Dustbins 10E Hawker Zones Drawings prepared by UTTIPEC, DDA in consultation with TRIPP, IIT Delhi, SG Architects, ICE and DIMTS, Nov Pedestrian Design Guidelines © UTTIPEC, DDA 2009 45 STREET HIERARCHY OF DELHI 2009
  • 40. 45 M Arterial Road – without Service Components 01A Clear Walking Zone ggested Distribution of Road Space: Lane 01B 01C Walking Zone Width Maximum Kerb Height 01D Kerb Radius and Slip Road Treatment 01E Continuous Pavement 01F High Albedo Materials 01G Permeable Pavement 2 Frontage Zone or Dead Width 03A Kerb Ramps 03B Raised Table-Top Crossings 03C Tactile Paving 03D Auditory Signals 03E Accessible Infrastructure & Signage 04A Essential Planting 04B Tree Pits and Tree Grates 04C Planting with Storm Water Management 04D Aesthetic Planting 05A Segregated Cycle + NMT Paths 05B Bicycle Parking and Other Infrastructure 06A At-grade Crossing 06B Mid-Block Crossing 06C Raised Table-top Crossings 07A Pedestrian Refuge Island at Median 07B Median Refuge Design Options 08A Pedestrian Scaled Lighting 08B Full Cut-off Fixtures 09A Underground Utilities 10A Local Bus Stop 10B Public Toilets 10C Vector Street Direction Signage 10D Auditory Pelican Signals 10E Dustbins 10E Hawker Zones Drawings preparedGuidelines © UTTIPEC, DDA 2009 Pedestrian Design by UTTIPEC, DDA in consultation with TRIPP, IIT Delhi, SG Architects, ICE and DIMTS, Nov 2009 STREET HIERARCHY OF DELHI 46
  • 41. Masterplan-2021 Road Hierarchy: Primary Arterial Possible Collector Other Primary Arterial Primary Categorization* Secondary Collector Local Streets 60-80 M 45-60 M 30-40 M 18-24 M 12-20 M 50 km/hr. 40 km/hr. 30km/hr 20 km/hr 20 km/hr Enforcement required Enforcement required Traffic calming required Traffic calming required Traffic calming required Segregated bus and Segregated bus and HOV Segregated bus and HOV Segregated bus and HOV No segregated bus lanes HOV lanes required lanes required lanes required lane optional. or bus operations required. 2 to 4 vehicular lanes, 2 to 4 vehicular lanes, 2 nos., 2.75m lanes per dir. 2 nos., 2.75m lanes per 1 no., 2.75m wide lane per 3.1m wide (min. 3.3 for 3.1m wide (min. 3.3 for (min. 3.1 for buses) dir. (min. 3.1 for buses) direction buses) buses) Segregated cycle tracks Segregated cycle tracks Cycle lanes can work, Cycle lanes can work, No special feature for required required segregated tracks required segregated tracks cyclists where friction & required where friction & encroachment expected encroachment expected Service lane required Service lane may or may No service lane required No service lane required No service lane required not be required Continuous median – all Continuous median – all Intermittent or no median - Intermittent or no median No medians, traffic calmed intersections controlled intersections controlled opening accompanied by - opening accompanied crossings, or mini (signalized or (signalized or roundabout, traffic calming. Roundabout or by traffic calming. roundabouts roundabout, no grade no grade separators within traffic calmed crossing. Roundabout or traffic *separators within city) Guidelines prepared by UTTIPEC, DDA in consultation with TRIPP, IIT Delhi and ICE and DIMTS, Nov 2009 calmed crossing. Design Guidelines © UTTIPEC, DDA 2009 city) Pedestrian 47 STREET HIERARCHY OF DELHI
  • 42. Proposed Clover Leaf Grade Separator At Karkari More • No provision for NMT & Pedestrians, Crossing distance wilsl increase for them by more than 20 times. • Vikas Marg will be more congested • Nallah will be covered for making ramps 48
  • 43. Clover Leaf Grade Separators create huge problems for Multimodal Integration, Walkability & Safety of Public Transport Users Bus-stops The present bus-stops as designed are towards the two ends on the ring road. On site people board buses near the subway cross-overs as this is more convenient. This creates severe Safety & Usability Challenges.
  • 44. Clover Leaf Grade Separators create huge problems for Multimodal Integration, Walkability & Safety of Public Transport Users
  • 45. Clover Leaf Grade Separators create huge problems for Multimodal Integration, Walkability & Safety of Public Transport Users
  • 46. Clover Leaf Grade Separators create huge problems for Multimodal Integration, Walkability & Safety of Public Transport Users E.g: Dhaula Kuan: No provision of any pedestrian paths
  • 47. Clover Leaf Grade Separators create huge problems for Multimodal Integration, Walkability & Safety of Public Transport Users E.g: Dhaula Kuan: No provision of any pedestrian paths
  • 48. Clover Leaf Grade Separators create huge problems for Multimodal Integration, Walkability & Safety of Public Transport Users E.g: Dhaula Kuan: No provision of any pedestrian paths THE PLIGHT OF THE PEDESTRIANS RISKING THEIR LIVES TO CROSS THE FAST MOVING TRAFFIC
  • 49. Part -5: Transit Oriented Development 55
  • 50. Current Landuses do not respond to Public Transport Node locations. 56
  • 51. Empty area available for Mixed Use Transit Oriented Development. R M M B M