IMPROVEMENT OF PUBLIC TRANSPORT BY PROCUREMENT OF
PUBLIC TRANSPORT
2 DETAILED PROJECT REPORT (DPR)
STAGE 2 - INTERIM PRESENTATION
 INTRODUCTION AND BACKGROUND
 VISION
 SCOPE OF WORK & OB...
INTRODUCTION AND BACKGROUND
4 DETAILED PROJECT REPORT (DPR)
STAGE 2 - INTERIM PRESENTATION
Under JnNURM (extended), MoUD will provide funds to Indian ...
5 DETAILED PROJECT REPORT (DPR)
STAGE 2 - INTERIM PRESENTATION
Madhya Pradesh is one of the largest state in India, centra...
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Urban Administration and Development Department (UADD) iden...
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The focus of Package 1 of the project is on 10 major towns ...
8 DETAILED PROJECT REPORT (DPR)
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Out of 10 cities under Package 1, only Indore and Ujjain ha...
VISION
10 DETAILED PROJECT REPORT (DPR)
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Under JnNURM, GOI vision is to provide “Organized public t...
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Organized Public transport in Madhya Pradesh
Cities with O...
SCOPE OF WORK & OBJECTIVES
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The scope of work for the project has been divided into fo...
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Objectives of the interim stage (stage 2) of the DPR
1. In...
CONTENTS OF DPR
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The DPR report (Interim Report – Stage 2) has been divided...
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Key focus of the interim report is on assessment of routes...
METHODOLOGY AND APPROACH
19 DETAILED PROJECT REPORT (DPR)
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We have adopted the following methodology in order to fulf...
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… which has been divided into 4 stages.
 Bus Depots,
Term...
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The model DPR by GOI proposes three methods to assess the ...
FINANCIAL PLAN ASSUMPTIONS & METHODOLOGY
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A general methodology has been prepared in order to assess...
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Contract mechanism for Bus concessions to private sector
...
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Contract mechanism for Bus concessions to private sector …...
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Financial and Operational Assumptions (1)
Bus Type / No. o...
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Financial and Operational Assumptions (2)
Escalations (per...
28 DETAILED PROJECT REPORT (DPR)
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Funding mechanism for bus procurement
 Government of Indi...
29 DETAILED PROJECT REPORT (DPR)
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Indore city – recent happening in the context of bus trans...
PROJECT TOWNS
INDORE
UJJAIN
DEWAS
BURHANPUR
KHANDWA
MORENA
BHIND
GUNA
SHIVPURI
CHHINDWARA
PROJECT TOWNS
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Indore city is the most prominent commercial hub of Madhya...
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Indore city at present occupies about 10725 ha of area wit...
34 DETAILED PROJECT REPORT (DPR)
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Organized Public Transport System
AICTSL (SPV)
~ 80 City
B...
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Methodology adopted for Demand assessment … (1)
 Primary ...
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Methodology adopted for Demand assessment … (2)
3. User op...
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Primary Survey locations along the outer cordon – Incoming...
38 DETAILED PROJECT REPORT (DPR)
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Travel Characteristics for Indore City
Traffic & Transport...
39 DETAILED PROJECT REPORT (DPR)
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Vehicular growth in Indore city is at around 9% during the...
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Absence of control on encroachment/parking
of activities a...
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Existing Bus Routes in Indore City
Route 1: Tejaji Nagar t...
42 DETAILED PROJECT REPORT (DPR)
STAGE 2 - INTERIM PRESENTATION
Demand assessment along the existing routes
Existing Main ...
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Estimating of additional buses required to operate along e...
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Proposed Bus routes in Indore city
Route 1: Tejaji Nagar t...
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SARWATE BUS
STAND
GANGWAL BUS
STAND
NAVLAKHA BUS STAND
JIN...
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Bus requirement along the proposed routes in Indore city
P...
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Location of proposed feeder routes and bus terminals
MR 10...
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Proposes cluster Routes for Indore city
N
Hatod
Ushapura
R...
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Bus Fleet requirements for cluster Routes (Indore city)
As...
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Total Bus requirement for Indore - Summary
 Total require...
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Capital Cost Estimates for Indore city
S No Item
No. of
Un...
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Capital cost summary for Indore city
02,563
1002,680
1,900...
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Revenue projections for Indore city for period of 10 years...
54 DETAILED PROJECT REPORT (DPR)
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Expenditure projections for Indore city for period of 10 y...
55 DETAILED PROJECT REPORT (DPR)
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Financial Summary for Indore City (in INR lakhs)
-2,000
0
...
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Daily Profit/loss per bus operation in Indore city … (1)
...
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Daily Profit/loss per bus operation in Indore city … (2)
-...
INDORE
UJJAIN
DEWAS
BURHANPUR
KHANDWA
MORENA
BHIND
GUNA
SHIVPURI
CHHINDWARA
PROJECT TOWNS
59 DETAILED PROJECT REPORT (DPR)
STAGE 2 - INTERIM PRESENTATION
Ujjain City Profile
 Population :5,15,215 (census 2011)
...
60 DETAILED PROJECT REPORT (DPR)
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Shopping
Education
Others
Work / Business
Trip Purpose
Pub...
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Encroachment on both sides of
mahakeleshwar road
Absence o...
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1
INDORE ROAD
2
3
45
6
MULLPUR,
BADNAGAR ROAD
UNHEL ROAD
A...
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Existing Ancillary structure survey
NANAKHEDA
BUS STAND
RA...
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Proposed Bus Routes in Ujjain City
Kaal Bhirov – Chintaman...
65 DETAILED PROJECT REPORT (DPR)
STAGE 2 - INTERIM PRESENTATION
Bus Systems planning city wise
SURSA
GHOSLA
DHABAHARDU
PAD...
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Bus Fleet requirements – UJJAIN
S.No
Route
No.
Route Route...
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Bus Fleet requirements – Ujjain
Sl No Route Description Ro...
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Capital Cost Estimates for Ujjain city
S No Item
No. of
Un...
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Capital cost summary for Ujjain city
0743
100
0199
795
54....
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Revenue projections for Ujjain city for period of 10 years...
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Expenditure projections for Ujjain city for period of 10 y...
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Financial Summary for Ujjain City (in INR lakh)
-500
0
500...
INDORE
UJJAIN
DEWAS
BURHANPUR
KHANDWA
MORENA
BHIND
GUNA
SHIVPURI
CHHINDWARA
PROJECT TOWNS
74 DETAILED PROJECT REPORT (DPR)
STAGE 2 - INTERIM PRESENTATION
Dewas City profile
 Population : 2,89,550 (as per 2011 ce...
75 DETAILED PROJECT REPORT (DPR)
STAGE 2 - INTERIM PRESENTATION
Travel characteristics for Dewas city
 Encroachments
 Po...
76 DETAILED PROJECT REPORT (DPR)
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Proposed bus transport routes in the Dewas city
New Bhopal...
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Proposes cluster Routes for Dewas city
Cluster routes
S.No...
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Bus Fleet requirements – Dewas City
S No Route
Route
lengt...
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Financial plan – Dewas City
CapEx Summary (in INR Lakhs) R...
INDORE
UJJAIN
DEWAS
BURHANPUR
KHANDWA
MORENA
BHIND
GUNA
SHIVPURI
CHHINDWARA
PROJECT TOWNS
81 DETAILED PROJECT REPORT (DPR)
STAGE 2 - INTERIM PRESENTATION
Burhanpur city profile
 A medieval walled town on the ban...
82 DETAILED PROJECT REPORT (DPR)
STAGE 2 - INTERIM PRESENTATION
Land use distribution – Burhanpur city
Residential
Recreat...
83 DETAILED PROJECT REPORT (DPR)
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Travel characteristics for Burhanpur city
Traffic & transp...
84 DETAILED PROJECT REPORT (DPR)
STAGE 2 - INTERIM PRESENTATION
Proposed bus transport routes in the Burhanpur city
PROPOS...
85 DETAILED PROJECT REPORT (DPR)
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Proposes cluster Routes for Burhanpur city
Cluster routes
...
86 DETAILED PROJECT REPORT (DPR)
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Bus Fleet requirements – Burhanpur City
Sl. No Route
Route...
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Financial plan – Burhanpur City
CapEx Summary (in INR Lakh...
INDORE
UJJAIN
DEWAS
BURHANPUR
KHANDWA
MORENA
BHIND
GUNA
SHIVPURI
CHHINDWARA
PROJECT TOWNS
89 DETAILED PROJECT REPORT (DPR)
STAGE 2 - INTERIM PRESENTATION
Khandwa city profile
 Also known as the Nimar District
 ...
90 DETAILED PROJECT REPORT (DPR)
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Land use distribution – Khandwa city
Residential
Recreatio...
91 DETAILED PROJECT REPORT (DPR)
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Travel characteristics for Khandwa city
Traffic & transpor...
92 DETAILED PROJECT REPORT (DPR)
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Proposed bus routes in Khandwa city
PROPOSED ROUTES
1. Boo...
93 DETAILED PROJECT REPORT (DPR)
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Proposes cluster Routes for Khandwa city
Cluster routes
S....
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Bus Fleet requirements – Khandwa
Sl. No. Route
Route
lengt...
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Financial plan – Khandwa City
CapEx Summary (in INR Lakhs)...
INDORE
UJJAIN
DEWAS
BURHANPUR
KHANDWA
MORENA
BHIND
GUNA
SHIVPURI
CHHINDWARA
PROJECT TOWNS
97 DETAILED PROJECT REPORT (DPR)
STAGE 2 - INTERIM PRESENTATION
Morena city profile
 Population : 2 lakh (as per 2011 cen...
98 DETAILED PROJECT REPORT (DPR)
STAGE 2 - INTERIM PRESENTATION
Travel characteristics for Morena city
Traffic & transport...
99 DETAILED PROJECT REPORT (DPR)
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PROPOSED ROUTES
1. TSS International School to Shri Bihari...
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Proposed Cluster Routes from Morena city
Cluster routes
S...
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Bus Fleet requirements for Morena city
S.No City Route
Ro...
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Financial plan – Morena City
CapEx Summary (in INR Lakhs)...
INDORE
UJJAIN
DEWAS
BURHANPUR
KHANDWA
MORENA
BHIND
GUNA
SHIVPURI
CHHINDWARA
PROJECT TOWNS
104 DETAILED PROJECT REPORT (DPR)
STAGE 2 - INTERIM PRESENTATION
Bhind city profile
 Population : 1.98 lakhs (as per 2011...
105 DETAILED PROJECT REPORT (DPR)
STAGE 2 - INTERIM PRESENTATION
Travel characteristics for Bhind city
Modal split
Public ...
106 DETAILED PROJECT REPORT (DPR)
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Proposed bus routes in Bhind city
PROPOSED ROUTES
1. Hewa...
107 DETAILED PROJECT REPORT (DPR)
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Cluster routes for the Bhind city
Cluster routes
S.No. Ro...
108 DETAILED PROJECT REPORT (DPR)
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Bus Fleet requirements – Bhind
Route
No.
Route
Route leng...
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Financial plan – Bhind City
CapEx Summary (in INR Lakhs) ...
INDORE
UJJAIN
DEWAS
BURHANPUR
KHANDWA
MORENA
BHIND
GUNA
SHIVPURI
CHHINDWARA
PROJECT TOWNS
111 DETAILED PROJECT REPORT (DPR)
STAGE 2 - INTERIM PRESENTATION
Guna city profile
1961 1971 1981 1991 2001 2011
31031
423...
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Travel characteristics for Guna city
Traffic & transport ...
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Proposed city bus routes in Guna
PROPOSED ROUTES
• Nana K...
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STAGE 2 - INTERIM PRESENTATION
Cluster route planning for Guna city
Cluster routes
S.No....
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STAGE 2 - INTERIM PRESENTATION
Bus Fleet requirements – Guna
Route
Route length
(in kms)...
INDORE
UJJAIN
DEWAS
BURHANPUR
KHANDWA
MORENA
BHIND
GUNA
SHIVPURI
CHHINDWARA
PROJECT TOWNS
117 DETAILED PROJECT REPORT (DPR)
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Shivpuri city profile
1 2 3 4
YEAR 1961 1971 1981 1991
PO...
118 DETAILED PROJECT REPORT (DPR)
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Travel characteristics for Shivpuri city
Traffic & transp...
119 DETAILED PROJECT REPORT (DPR)
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Proposed Bus routes in Shivpuri
PROPOSED ROUTES
1. Railwa...
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Proposed cluster routes in Shivpuri
Cluster routes
S.No. ...
121 DETAILED PROJECT REPORT (DPR)
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Bus Fleet requirements – Shivpuri
Route Route length
Roun...
INDORE
UJJAIN
DEWAS
BURHANPUR
KHANDWA
MORENA
BHIND
GUNA
SHIVPURI
CHHINDWARA
PROJECT TOWNS
123 DETAILED PROJECT REPORT (DPR)
STAGE 2 - INTERIM PRESENTATION
Chhindwara city profile
 Population : 1.38 lakhs (as per...
124 DETAILED PROJECT REPORT (DPR)
STAGE 2 - INTERIM PRESENTATION
Travel characteristics for Chhindwara city
Traffic & tran...
125 DETAILED PROJECT REPORT (DPR)
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Proposed bus routes in Chhindwara city
PROPOSED ROUTES
1....
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Proposed cluster routes in Chhindwara city
Cluster routes...
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Bus Fleet requirements – Chhindwara city
Route
Route leng...
SUMMARY FOR PACKAGE 1 CITIES – FLEET AND
FINANICAL VIABILITY
129 DETAILED PROJECT REPORT (DPR)
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Existing Public Transport characteristics
Summary Package...
130 DETAILED PROJECT REPORT (DPR)
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Proposed Fleet (type and number) requirement
Summary Pack...
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Total Bus requirement
Summary Package 1
0
25
50
75
100
12...
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Proposed Financial inlay for the Bus fleet costs
Summary ...
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Proposed Financial inlay for the ancillary infrastructure...
134 DETAILED PROJECT REPORT (DPR)
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Mechanisms to finance ancillary infrastructure costs
 Th...
135 DETAILED PROJECT REPORT (DPR)
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Daily Profit/loss per bus operation
Summary Package 1 cit...
136 DETAILED PROJECT REPORT (DPR)
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Daily Profit/loss per bus operation (in INR)
Package 1 Su...
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Proposed Financial inlay for the total costs
Summary Pack...
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Total Project Cost
Summary Package 1
0
25
50
75
100
125
U...
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Financial Summary – Package 1 cities
City
Population
(in ...
140 DETAILED PROJECT REPORT (DPR)
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The difference between ‘IRR w/o grant’ and ‘IRR with gran...
CLARIFICATIONS OF COMMENTS GIVEN IN INCEPTION
STAGE PRESENTATION
142 DETAILED PROJECT REPORT (DPR)
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Comments and Clarifications (1)
S No. Comments Incorporat...
143 DETAILED PROJECT REPORT (DPR)
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Comments and Clarifications (2)
S No. Comments Incorporat...
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Roles and Responsibility
S No. Parameter Role / Responsib...
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Reforms to be carried out in next stages of the project (...
RECOMMENDATIONS
147 DETAILED PROJECT REPORT (DPR)
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Recommendations and further steps
 UADD has taken a very...
148 DETAILED PROJECT REPORT (DPR)
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Question & Answers
Q& A
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  • In south east side of Indore city there are a few settlements (such as XYZ) but there is not enough movement in order to make the cluster routes financially viable.Once the SPV formulation is done, if there is enough demand in the coming future years then we will allocate a few buses in those areas as per the requirement.
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    1. 1. IMPROVEMENT OF PUBLIC TRANSPORT BY PROCUREMENT OF PUBLIC TRANSPORT
    2. 2. 2 DETAILED PROJECT REPORT (DPR) STAGE 2 - INTERIM PRESENTATION  INTRODUCTION AND BACKGROUND  VISION  SCOPE OF WORK & OBJECTIVES  CONTENTS OF DPR  METHODOLOGY AND APPROACH  FINANCIAL PLAN ASSUMPTIONS & METHODOLOGY  PROJECT TOWNS - BUS SYSTEMS PLANNING - CITY WISE – ROUTE & FLEET ASSESSMENT - FINANCIAL VIABILITY  SUMMARY FOR PACKAGE 1 CITIES – FLEET AND FINANICAL VIABILITY  CLARIFICATIONS OF COMMENTS GIVEN IN INCEPTION STAGE PRESENTATION  RECOMMENDATIONS Presentation Outline
    3. 3. INTRODUCTION AND BACKGROUND
    4. 4. 4 DETAILED PROJECT REPORT (DPR) STAGE 2 - INTERIM PRESENTATION Under JnNURM (extended), MoUD will provide funds to Indian cities on a first come first serve basis with reservations for North east and hilly states NUTP 2006 JNNURM 1 Reforms JNNURM extended Bus Procurement (15000) 525 Buses For 4 Cities of M.P SPV Constitution Bhopal 225 Indore 175 Jabalpur 75 Ujjain 50 2 Packages 20 Cities Ancillary infrastructure Package 1 – 10 cities  Indore  Ujjain  Dewas  Burhanpur  Morena  Kahndwa  Bhind  Chhindwara  Guna  Shivpuri  10000 buses on first come first serve basis (about 2000 buses for Northeast and hilly states  Support for Intra city buses, inter city buses and ancillary infrastructure Madhya Pradesh (Estimated 1000 buses) Routes / Cluster Identification Reforms Bhopal 225 Indore 175 Jabalpur 119 Ujjain 89 Original Sanction request Actual Sanction
    5. 5. 5 DETAILED PROJECT REPORT (DPR) STAGE 2 - INTERIM PRESENTATION Madhya Pradesh is one of the largest state in India, centrally located with great accessibility Parameters Madhya Pradesh Capital Bhopal Geographical area (sq. km) 308,000 Administrative districts 50 Population density (persons per sq. km) 296 Total population (million)* Male population (million)* Female population (million)* 72.6 37.6 35.0 Literacy rate (%)* 70.6 Sex Ratio 930  Madhya Pradesh is located in central India. The state is bound on the north by Uttar Pradesh, the east by Chhattisgarh, the south by Maharashtra and the west by Gujarat and Rajasthan.  The most commonly spoken language of the state is Hindi. English and Marathi are the other languages used.  Bhopal, Indore, Gwalior, Jabalpur and Ujjain are some of the key cities of the state. Sources: http://www.mapsofindia.com/maps/madhyapradesh/ * Provisional Data 2011Census
    6. 6. 6 DETAILED PROJECT REPORT (DPR) STAGE 2 - INTERIM PRESENTATION Urban Administration and Development Department (UADD) identified 20 towns in MP for procurement of public transport modes under JnNURM under two packages  Urban Administration and Development Department (UADD) is the nodal department for Urban Transport and traffic related matter in Madhya Pradesh. The Department is interested in improving situation of public transport by organized operation of Public Transport modes (Buses/Mini buses and/or Para transit and IPTs) in cities of Madhya Pradesh.  The following cities in MP were divided into two packages: Package 1 Towns 1. Indore 2. Ujjain 3. Dewas 4. Burahanpur 5. Khandwa 6. Morena 7. Bhind 8. Guna 9. Shivpuri 10. Chhindwara Package 2 Towns 1. Vidisha 2. Sagar 3. Murwara (Katni) 4. Satna 5. Rewa 6. Singrauli 7. Ratlam 8. Bhopal 9. Jabalpur 10. Gwalior
    7. 7. 7 DETAILED PROJECT REPORT (DPR) STAGE 2 - INTERIM PRESENTATION The focus of Package 1 of the project is on 10 major towns in the state of Madhya Pradesh 1. Indore 2. Ujjain 3. Dewas 4. Burahanpur 5. Khandwa 6. Morena 7. Bhind 8. Guna 9. Shivpuri 10. Chhindwara Location of 10 identified towns in Package 1 As we can see the location of these cities (districts) are contiguous as far as possible in order to obtain efficiency in 1) Data collection (primary surveys) and 2) Cluster route formulation
    8. 8. 8 DETAILED PROJECT REPORT (DPR) STAGE 2 - INTERIM PRESENTATION Out of 10 cities under Package 1, only Indore and Ujjain has organized public transport services at present 1.791.811.901.972.002.012.10 2.89 5.15 4 22 23 2 0 1 3 5 BurhanpurDewasUjjainIndore Population (inlakhpersons) ShivpuriGunaChhindwaraBhindKahndwaMorena 21.60 Population (2011 census) City Population (in lakhs) Urban Transport Services Types of mode (Public Transportation) CDP CMP /CTTS Indore 21.60 Organized BRTS, City Buses, Minibus, Magic,& Auto Yes Yes Ujjain 5.15 Organized City Buses, Magic, Auto, Bhatt Yes Yes Dewas 2.89 Un Organised Auto, Magic Yes No Burhanpur 2.10 Un Organised Magic, Auto, Bhatt Yes No Morena 2.01 Un Organised Vikram, Magic Yes No Kahndwa 2.00 Un Organised Auto, Magic Yes No Bhind 1.97 Un Organised Auto Yes No Chhindwara 1.90 Un Organised Auto, Jeep Yes No Guna 1.81 Un Organised Auto , Magic Yes No Shivpuri 1.79 Un Organised Auto , Magic Yes No Population (Urban agglomeration) – Package 1 towns
    9. 9. VISION
    10. 10. 10 DETAILED PROJECT REPORT (DPR) STAGE 2 - INTERIM PRESENTATION Under JnNURM, GOI vision is to provide “Organized public transport system in small and medium size cities of India” Provision of organized public transport in small and medium size cities of Madhya Pradesh Reforms Sustainable and Environment friendly Policy, Planning & Long term strategy Financially viable Congestion and pollution reduction Safe and Reliable
    11. 11. 11 DETAILED PROJECT REPORT (DPR) STAGE 2 - INTERIM PRESENTATION Organized Public transport in Madhya Pradesh Cities with Organized Public transport system in Madhya Pradesh Package 1 towns Package 2 towns Once the bus operations starts in 20 identified towns in MP, the state will have about ~ 60% coverage in terms of organized bus transport system
    12. 12. SCOPE OF WORK & OBJECTIVES
    13. 13. 13 DETAILED PROJECT REPORT (DPR) STAGE 2 - INTERIM PRESENTATION The scope of work for the project has been divided into four phases 1. Inception Report 2. Interim Report 3. Draft Final Report (Policy Reforms and Procurement) 4. Final Report (Implementation, O&M and handover  Detail study of RFP, Guideline and Model DPR  Secondary data collection  Preparation of base maps  Site Visit & Reconnaissance surveys  Methodology & approach for DPR report preparation  Timeline for the project  Existing Public Transport Demand assessment • Existing city and regional buses • IPT services • NMT services  Surveys  Propose Route network  Propose mode and fleet required  Identification of cluster  Need of ancillary Infrastructure  Business model – FOP  Policy reforms & Procurement assistance  SPV Formulation  Role definition, JnNURM reforms and assistance  Stakeholder consultation  Operation and maintenance of buses  Successful transfer to the city level authority (SPV) Phases of the project This presentation is for the work carried out under the Interim report stage (stage 2)
    14. 14. 14 DETAILED PROJECT REPORT (DPR) STAGE 2 - INTERIM PRESENTATION Objectives of the interim stage (stage 2) of the DPR 1. Intra city bus system planning 2. Inter city (clusters) bus system planning 3. Ancillary Infrastructure  City wide network (RRP)  Trunk & feeder Routes  Regional connectivity  Cluster identification  Bus Depots, Terminals  Bus stops  ITS  ETVM Outcomes  Route Identification including rationalization plan  Fleet size estimation – Type and mix  FOP (Financial and Operational Plan)  Viability of the system including need for VGF/Grant  Proposed Model for Bus contracts – Gross Cost or Net Cost 4. Financially sustainable public transport mode
    15. 15. CONTENTS OF DPR
    16. 16. 16 DETAILED PROJECT REPORT (DPR) STAGE 2 - INTERIM PRESENTATION The DPR report (Interim Report – Stage 2) has been divided into 5 sections 5. Urban Transport Reforms 4. Financial Resources Plan 3. Proposed Operation Plan 2. Public Transport Characteristics 1. City Profile 1. Background 2. Approach 3. Methodology 4. Fleet Assessment Methods 5. Strategy for Route Rationalization of IPT/ Para-transit system 6. Proposed Fare Structure 7. Contracting Mechanism for operation of buses (public/private) 1. Background 2. Spatial growth and regional setting 3. Climate 4. Linkages & Connectivity 5. Demographic Profile 6. Urban Economy 7. Land use Distribution 8. Transport Network Characteristics 9. Vehicular growth and composition 10. Review of Comprehensive Mobility Plan (CMP/CTTS study) 11. Urban Governance and Institutional Framework 1. Introduction 2. Existing City Bus System 3. Existing fare structure 4. Taxation on public transport 5. Existing Institutional Setup for City Bus Operations 6. Support Infrastructure 7. Intelligent Transport system 1. Capital Cost & Ancillary Infrastructure Costs 2. Financial Sustainability 3. Steps for financial sustainability of operation and maintenance 1. Special Purpose Vehicle 2. Unified Metropolitan Transport Authority (UMTA) 3. Urban Transport Fund 4. Advertisement Policy 5. Parking Policy 6. Transit Oriented Development (TOD) Policy 7. Traffic Information and Management Centre 8. Regulatory Mechanism for the Periodic Revision of Fares 9. Proposed Timelines for Reforms
    17. 17. 17 DETAILED PROJECT REPORT (DPR) STAGE 2 - INTERIM PRESENTATION Key focus of the interim report is on assessment of routes, fleet and preparation of the financial plan for bus procurement Routes  Inter City  Intra City Mode type Ancillary Infrastructure  Bus Depots, Terminals  Bus stops  ITS  ETVM Cluster Identification  Regional connectivity  Cluster identification Midi Buses Standard Buses Route Network Identification  Intra City Routes  Route Rationalization Plan  Last mile connectivity Fleet assessment  Bus fleet type and mix Articulated Buses (A/C) (also known as Premium or Hybrid Buses) Mini Buses  Low Floor 400mm  Semi Low Floor 650 mm  Semi Low floor 900 mm  Available in both - A/C and Non A/C Financial Analysis  FOP (Financial and Operational Plan)  Viability of the system including need for VGF/Grant
    18. 18. METHODOLOGY AND APPROACH
    19. 19. 19 DETAILED PROJECT REPORT (DPR) STAGE 2 - INTERIM PRESENTATION We have adopted the following methodology in order to fulfill the requirements for DPR preparations …  Site visit to the cities/towns  Reconnaissance of the existing infrastructure – bus depots, bus routes, bus terminals  Meeting with the relevant stakeholders – bus operators, booking manager etc. Demand assessment Primary surveys to assess existing condition in the cities Onboard discussion with Officials at state and city level Review/Analysis of secondary data Reconnaissance survey 1 2 3 4 5  CDP  CMP/CTTS  IBEF reports  Master/Developm ent Plan  Census Handbook  Principal Secretary  Commissioner  OSD Transport  Commissioner - Municipal Corporation  CMO  RTO  CEO - SPV  Classified Traffic Volume counts  Origin-Destination survey  Occupancy surveys  Existing Regional Bus ridership data collection  Bus Stand/Depot/Termi nal Surveys  Stakeholder consultation viz. operators and depot staff  On-board interaction  3 methods of assessment.  Method 1 – Based on ‘Travel Demand Characteristics'  Method 2 – Based on ‘Increased Frequency on existing routes’  Method 3 – Based on ‘new proposed routes7’  Proposed modal shift  Ridership estimation Inception Stage (1) Interim Stage (2)
    20. 20. 20 DETAILED PROJECT REPORT (DPR) STAGE 2 - INTERIM PRESENTATION … which has been divided into 4 stages.  Bus Depots, Terminals  Bus stops  ITS  ETVM Frame policies and reforms as per directions from MoUD Model for contracting mechanism based on analysis of existing SPV’s Business model framework Proposal for up gradation, new infrastructure and route rationalization study Identification of additional infrastructure required 6 7 8 9 10  Up gradation of services on existing routes  Proposed new routes in the city  Proposal for feeder system  Cluster route identification to connect nearby towns  Market survey for rolling stock and Bill of quantities  Fare fixation  Estimation of sources of revenue  Estimation of operational and maintenance cost based on assumptions from existing operational SPV  IRR calculations  Steps for financial sustainability  Bus procurement and contracting assistance  Review of existing SPV structure  SPV Formulation and advice  SPV Formulation  Role definition, JnNURM reforms and assistance  Stakeholder consultation  Strategy for implementation  O&M and Handover to the SPV Interim Stage (2) Stage (3) & (4)
    21. 21. 21 DETAILED PROJECT REPORT (DPR) STAGE 2 - INTERIM PRESENTATION The model DPR by GOI proposes three methods to assess the demand (thus required bus fleet size) without any reservations for any particular method. Method 1 Step # Population in 2011 A. Per Capita Trip Rate (PCTR) B. Average Trip Length in kms C. Total Trips (excluding walk trips) D. Desirable PT share in % (given as in Table 3-2) E. Public Transport Trips (CxD) F. Passenger Km (BxE) G. Supply km (Fleet required x average vehicle utilization x Capacity of Bus) H. Fleet Required (F /G) Based on ‘Travel Demand Characteristics’ City Population (millions) Mass Transport Bicycle Other Modes 0.10 - 0.50 30 - 40 30 - 40 25 - 35 0.50 - 1.0 40 - 50 25 - 35 20 - 30 1.0 - 2.0 50 - 60 20 - 30 15 - 25 2.0 - 5.0 60 - 70 15 - 25 10 - 20 5.0 + 70 - 85 15 - 20 10 - 15 Source: Ministry of Urban Development, Government of India, New Delhi. 1998. Traffic and Transportation Policies and Strategies in Urban Areas in India. Final Report Method 2 Based on ‘Increased Frequency on existing routes’ Method 3 Based on ‘new proposed routes’  The fleet requirement for city bus operation based on the finalized corridors and routes may also be assessed by reducing the headway on the present routes.  Net additional fleet required = Total Fleet Required - Existing Fleet
    22. 22. FINANCIAL PLAN ASSUMPTIONS & METHODOLOGY
    23. 23. 23 DETAILED PROJECT REPORT (DPR) STAGE 2 - INTERIM PRESENTATION A general methodology has been prepared in order to assess the financial viability along with preparing a financial and operational plan (FOP)  Based on the analysis of required number of buses a Financial and Operational Plan (FOP) has been prepared for each city. The major components of FOP are as follows: Income Expenses  Fare Revenue  Non- fare Revenue  Fuel  Manpower  Maintenance  Insurance  Depreciation Capital Cost Assumptions  Bus Fleet Cost  ITS Facilities Cost  Depot and Terminal Development 1 3 4 General Assumptions  Operating Assumptions  Rate Assumptions  Passenger Capacity  Cost of bus ( Rs)  Bus Type / No. of buses  Escalations  Other Assumptions  Basis for Non- Fare Revenue 2 Financial Summary Outputs  Net Surplus / Deficit  Cash flow  IRR without grant (in %)  IRR with grant (in %) 5
    24. 24. 24 DETAILED PROJECT REPORT (DPR) STAGE 2 - INTERIM PRESENTATION Contract mechanism for Bus concessions to private sector  Complete financial control with city/SPV which helps in better management of operations  Financial risk on city/SPV necessitates dedicated attention on PT operations in terms of leadership, internal capacity etc.  Ticketing is independent of bus operations  Easy to link per kilometer rate with fuel price hike, as it is independent of fares Gross Cost Model Net Cost Model  Operator is responsible for bus operations and maintenance (including fuel, manpower, repairs, spares etc.) only – payment is @ pre-decided per km rate  City/SPV is responsible for developing schedules, tracking and monitoring of operations, fare collection and distribution of revenue  Operator is responsible for bus operations and maintenance (incl. fuel, manpower, repairs, spares etc.) and fare collection  Operator pays a pre-decided premium per bus per month to city/SPV  City/SPV is responsible for developing schedules, tracking and monitoring of operations ADVANTAGES  Financial burden on city/SPV to cope with any deficits (which is inevitable)  Delinking per kilometer rate from fare price, leads to added burden on city/SPV each time there is a hike in fuel price DISADVANTAGES  No investment required from city / SPV  Very quick and easy to implement  No financial risk on city/SPV  Operators have almost complete decision making independence  Bus operations, maintenance and ticketing are all with same agency, therefore easier for city/SPV to manage and monitor  Ideal model for cities with less/no funding availability, who are starting PT services ADVANTAGES  Complete financial risk on operator may lead to unviable operations, resulting in decline of service quality / stoppage of service  No active role of city/SPV in operations leads to loss of practical control  Fuel price increase (inevitable) is difficult to build-in in Net Cost model since fare increase cannot practically be linked directly to fuel price increase DISADVANTAGES
    25. 25. 25 DETAILED PROJECT REPORT (DPR) STAGE 2 - INTERIM PRESENTATION Contract mechanism for Bus concessions to private sector … (2)  At present city bus services in MP are under a Net cost model  Indore BRTS is operating under Gross Cost Model  Ahmedabad BRT is also operating under Gross Cost Model
    26. 26. 26 DETAILED PROJECT REPORT (DPR) STAGE 2 - INTERIM PRESENTATION Financial and Operational Assumptions (1) Bus Type / No. of buses Cost of Buses Passenger Capacity & Rate Assumptions (in INR) Operating Assumptions Standard Semi Low Floor AC Buses (upto 900 mm) 114 Standard Non A/C Diesel Midi Bus 80 Articulated Buses 5 Fare (Rs./ km)* 1.2 Usage (Km/Day) 180 Fuel Type Diesel Fuel Efficiency kmpl 4 Standard Semi Low Floor AC Buses (upto 900 mm) 48 Lakhs Standard Non A/C Diesel Midi Bus 25 Lakhs Articulated Buses 120 Lakhs Maintenance Cost/ km 5.5 Standard Semi Low Floor AC Buses (upto 900 mm) 40 Standard Non A/C Diesel Midi Bus 24 Articulated Buses 75 Diesel per liter 58.00 Cost of Driver per month 15,000 Cost of conductor per month 10,000 Cost of maintenance staff per month 22,000 Useful Life of Buses (in Lakh-km) 8.5 Driver/ Bus 2.5 nos. Conductor /bus 2.5 nos. Maintenance staff/ bus 0.5 nos. Reduction in fuel efficiency 2% p.a Fleet utilization ( First year) 96% Load Factor (First year ) 68% Increase in Load factor 3% p.a. Max Load factor 75%
    27. 27. 27 DETAILED PROJECT REPORT (DPR) STAGE 2 - INTERIM PRESENTATION Financial and Operational Assumptions (2) Escalations (per annum) Other Assumptions Non- Fare Revenue assumptions Manpower cost 7.5 % Fare Rates 12.0 % Advertisement Revenue 5.0 % Fuel cost increase 5.0 % Maintain cost 10.0% Depreciation Rate 10% Salvage value of old Bus (Rs) 2.5 Lakhs Residual value for Depots 50% Insurance 3% of Capital value Other maintenance cost 5% of Capital value % of Fare Revenue (First Year) 20% Annualized increase 7.50%
    28. 28. 28 DETAILED PROJECT REPORT (DPR) STAGE 2 - INTERIM PRESENTATION Funding mechanism for bus procurement  Government of India's Jawaharlal Nehru National Urban Renewal Mission (JnNURM) to become a source of financing for the procurement of new buses nationwide.  Depending on the size of the city, support will also be provided by the state government and urban local bodies (ULB) Cities with 1.0 + million population Cities with population less than 1.0 million 30.00% 20.00% 50.00% Urban Local Body (ULB) State Govt. JnNURM (Central Govt.)  For articulated buses – the share of State govt. and ULB is 30% and 20% respectively  Central govt. (JnNURM) will provide an assistance of INR 1.0 crore for ancillary infrastructure development and ITS facilities costs 20.00% 80.00% State Govt. JnNURM (Central Govt.)  In case of cities with population less than 1.0 million, 80% of the financial support required will be provided under JnNURM and remaining 20% will be state govt. responsibility  Central govt. (JnNURM) will provide an assistance of INR 1.0 crore for ancillary infrastructure development and ITS facilities costs
    29. 29. 29 DETAILED PROJECT REPORT (DPR) STAGE 2 - INTERIM PRESENTATION Indore city – recent happening in the context of bus transport system  Indore BRTS system has been nominated as one of the four projects for Sustainable transport awards to be held in Washington DC on 14th January 2014  The four projects are from the following cities/countries: 1. Argentina – Buenos Aires 2. China – Lanzhou 3. India - Indore 4. South Korea – Suwon  These awards are given by ITDP (Institute for Transport Development and Policy)  There has been a PIL (Public Interest Litigation) filed by a person know as Kishore Kodwani against the operations of the Indore BRT system.  Indore BRT system which begun its operations in August 2013 is now being used by all the modes of transport plying on that corridor including cars.  His argument is that the road space allocation (road width) occupied by dedicated bus lanes for BRT corridor operations is not equitable – there are 2-3 lanes of width for dedicated bus lanes which carries around 20,000 passengers daily at present but only 4 lanes of width for the other traffic which carries much higher number of vehicles/traffic.  The High court in response to PIL formed an expert committee (with experts from IIM, IIT, expert legal advisor) to examine this issue.  It has been announced that the committee has recently submitted their reports to High court and they have suggested that the BRT corridor should only be used by the buses operated by the company “ibus” (the SPV) UPSIDES UNCERTANITIES
    30. 30. PROJECT TOWNS
    31. 31. INDORE UJJAIN DEWAS BURHANPUR KHANDWA MORENA BHIND GUNA SHIVPURI CHHINDWARA PROJECT TOWNS
    32. 32. 32 DETAILED PROJECT REPORT (DPR) STAGE 2 - INTERIM PRESENTATION Indore city is the most prominent commercial hub of Madhya Pradesh and the district headquarter of Indore district.  Population : 1.992 million – IMA (as per 2011 census)  IPA population (as per 2011 census) : 2.29 million_  Municipal Area: 134 sq.km  Modern Dynamic commercial capital of the state  Divisional and district headquarter  Business capital of Madhya Pradesh  Direct linkages with Mumbai, Bhopal and Delhi  Midway on Mumbai Agra Highway-NH3 0 10 20 30 40 50 603.0 2.5 2.0 1.5 1.0 0.5 0.0 0.83 1971 0.57 1961 0.36 1951 0.31 Population(inmillions) DecadalVariation(%) 2001 1.64 1991 1.10 1981 2021 2.79 2011 1.99 Population Decadal Variation (%) Indore Municipal Area Population Source : CMP Indore
    33. 33. 33 DETAILED PROJECT REPORT (DPR) STAGE 2 - INTERIM PRESENTATION Indore city at present occupies about 10725 ha of area with about 50% residential land use 52.77%8.14% 4.32% 8.91% 11.47% 14.39% Residential Recreational Commercial Industrial Public & Semipublic Transportation Indore Land use distribution - 2011 Source :Development Plan-2021
    34. 34. 34 DETAILED PROJECT REPORT (DPR) STAGE 2 - INTERIM PRESENTATION Organized Public Transport System AICTSL (SPV) ~ 80 City Buses (12 Routes) 1 Route including 20 AC Buses BRTS Private Party Operators IPT Routes 1 Trunk (BRT) Route 12 Standard route 400-500 City permits 600-700 Route permits Indore city has organized public transport system with one BRTS corridor
    35. 35. 35 DETAILED PROJECT REPORT (DPR) STAGE 2 - INTERIM PRESENTATION Methodology adopted for Demand assessment … (1)  Primary surveys were conducted along the outer cordon locations in order to assess the traffic characteristics entering the Indore city.  The following surveys were carried out : 1. Classified traffic volume counts – 24 hours x 1 day] CTVC was used to assess the magnitude of traffic (Vehicles/PCU) entering the city along with the traffic type. 2. Origin Destination surveys OD surveys were conducted at the same location where CTVC were done. The survey instrument used was RSI (road side interviews) by use of a OD typical survey format. Due consideration was taken into account to achieve an acceptable sample size for urban corridors. The information collated from analysis of OD surveys were: - Origin and Destination of the trip including the nearby towns/villages - Trip purpose - Occupancy - Average trip length
    36. 36. 36 DETAILED PROJECT REPORT (DPR) STAGE 2 - INTERIM PRESENTATION Methodology adopted for Demand assessment … (2) 3. User opinion surveys - User opinion survey was also conducted along with the OD survey. The key outcome is to understand the willingness to shift mode and willingness to pay for organized public transport system.  Definition of the study area around the bus corridors (a globally acceptable standard 500 meters on both side of the corridor was taken as the potential catchment area of the routes.  We estimated the travel demand based on the: 1) Analysis of traffic surveys 2) Catchment area density and 3) willingness to shift to organized bus transport system  Bus headway along the existing route was reduced (if needed) in order to assess the requirement of additional buses along he existing corridors  For the proposed bus routes a headway was proposed in order to meet the demand for that corridor  Peak hour demand was estimated and converted that Daily demand by using Peak hour to Daily ratios (PHD ratios) for each route.  Based on the assessment of required headway and peak hour demand the fleet size was calculated (the assumption for lad factor and sitting capacity of bus type was taken into account as well)  In the end the total no of fleet size was calculated by assuming 90% fleet utilization.
    37. 37. 37 DETAILED PROJECT REPORT (DPR) STAGE 2 - INTERIM PRESENTATION Primary Survey locations along the outer cordon – Incoming vs. outgoing PCU 1 SH-27 (NEAR MR -10 ) Outgoing 12,520 Incoming 10,469 8 BY PASS (NEAR MANGLIYA) Outgoing 22,016 Incoming 16,513 7KHANDWA ROAD (NEAR CDITM TOLL) Outgoing 7,547 Incoming 9,080 6 NH 59A (NEAR GIRIRAJ BAG) Outgoing 3,895 Incoming 3,955 2AIRPORT ROAD (NEAR GANDHI NAGAR) Outgoing 5,271 Incoming 5,400 3 DHAR ROAD (NEAR CHOITHRAM NETRALAYA) Outgoing 24,175 Incoming 29,220 4 5 PITHAMPUR (NEAR IIM) NH 3 (NEAR MEDICAP COLLEGE) Outgoing 6,624 Incoming 9,139 Outgoing 24,175 Incoming 29,220 LOCATION NO. LOCATION NAME 1 SH-27 MR10 2 Air Port Road (Near Telephone Exchange Gandhi Nagar) 3 Dhar Road (Near Choitram Netralaya) 4 Pitham Pur (Near IIM) 5 NH 3 (Near Medicap Institute) 6 NH - 59A (Near Giriraj Bagh) 7 Khandwa Road (Near CDITM toll) 8 By Pass (Near Mangliya )
    38. 38. 38 DETAILED PROJECT REPORT (DPR) STAGE 2 - INTERIM PRESENTATION Travel Characteristics for Indore City Traffic & Transport related issues from CMP  Central city has narrow roads with limited RoW – reducing accessibility of buses and there is no provision of public transport in the Fringe areas.  IPT has grown on an alarming rate giving direct competition to PT modes thus effecting financial viability.  Bus system runs on PPP mode - No private operator will run the buses on competitive routes where the major share is taken away by IPT modes.  Encroachment: There are a lot of informal commercial activities which form an integral part of the sidewalk environment in the study area such as Jail road - Kothari market area.  Hawkers, poor maintenance, and parking of vehicles on the sidewalks disable pedestrians to walk on the sidewalks in the Study Area.  28% of the road network has on-street parking thereby reducing the carriageway width for traffic and pedestrian movement like Rajwada, Jail road, Jawahar marg, Siyaganj etc. Trip length distribution Modal split 28.00% 17.00% 8.00% 47.00% Public Transport and IPT Cycles Personalized Vehicles (Cars) Personalized Vehicles (2-Wheelers) Source : CMP Indore Modal split 18.00% 38.00% 6.00% 38.00% Shopping Education OthersWork / Business Trip Purpose
    39. 39. 39 DETAILED PROJECT REPORT (DPR) STAGE 2 - INTERIM PRESENTATION Vehicular growth in Indore city is at around 9% during the past decade with cars growing at around 13% during the same time. 0.00 0.25 0.50 1.00 1.25 0.75 2009-10 1.06 +9% Vehicles(inmillion) 2008-09 0.97 2007-08 0.89 2006-07 0.81 2005-06 0.74 2004-05 0.67 2003-04 0.61 2002-03 0.56 2001-02 0.52 Two wheelerCar Three WheelerBuses (incl. Minibus) Others Source: Regional Transport Office, Indore
    40. 40. 40 DETAILED PROJECT REPORT (DPR) STAGE 2 - INTERIM PRESENTATION Absence of control on encroachment/parking of activities along the road towards Bhawarkua Poor pedestrian sidewalks and crossing facilities near Gangwal Bus Stand Poor road surface quality and absence of provision of essential sidewalk facilities near HIG Unauthorized encroachments on the footpath near Hope Mill Raised Medians/Barricades to discourage pedestrian crossing behavior forcing pedestrians to take U Poorly designed intersection with inadequate pedestrian facilities at Palasia Chowk Traffic and transportation issues – Indore City
    41. 41. 41 DETAILED PROJECT REPORT (DPR) STAGE 2 - INTERIM PRESENTATION Existing Bus Routes in Indore City Route 1: Tejaji Nagar to Panchwati Route 2: Khajrana to Bada Ganpati Route 3: CAT to Gandhinagar Route 4: White Church to Arvindo Hospital` Route 5: White Church to Scheme 51 Route 6: Musakhedi to Noorani Nagar Route 7: Janjeerwala Square to Rajendra Nagar Route 13: Rajendra Nagar to Janjeerwala Square Route 9: Sukhaliya to Choitram Mandi Route 8: Musakhedi to Baunk Village Route 11: Niranjanpur to Footi Kothi Route 12: Hawa Bungalow to Bhagirathpura
    42. 42. 42 DETAILED PROJECT REPORT (DPR) STAGE 2 - INTERIM PRESENTATION Demand assessment along the existing routes Existing Main Routes ( Fleet Augmentation) S.No. Route no. Route Route length (in kms) Round trip length in kms Peak Hour Demand Total Demand 1 2 CAT-Panchwati 18.40 36.80 546 3,300 2 3 Nipaniya-Gandhi Nagar 21.70 43.40 624 3,772 3 4 Vaishali Nagar- Panchwati 19.30 38.60 1,609 9,725 4 5 Arvindo Hospital-Mhow Naka 25.50 51.00 2,340 14,145 5 7 Tejaji Nagar-Gandhi Nagar 18.30 36.60 842 5,092 6 9 Hawa Bungalow- Manavata Nagar 14.70 29.40 1,620 9,793 7 10 Bombay Hospital- Bada Ganpati 9.60 19.20 156 943 8 11 Gommatgiri-Tejaji Nagar 24.50 49.00 1,170 7,072 9 12 Rajwada-Manavata Nagar 8.60 17.20 208 1,257 10 13 Rajwada-Khajrana Mandir 6.60 13.20 219 1,326 11 17 MR 10 Square- Palda Naka 13.80 27.60 1,620 9,793
    43. 43. 43 DETAILED PROJECT REPORT (DPR) STAGE 2 - INTERIM PRESENTATION Estimating of additional buses required to operate along existing routes Existing Main Routes (Fleet Augmentation) S.No . Route no. Route Route length (in kms) Round trip length (in kms) Existing Headway (min) Proposed Headway (min) Average Speed (kmph) Round Trip time (with 10 min. halt) No of Buses Required Existing Buses 1 2 CAT-PANCHWATI 18.4 36.8 30 20 20 120.4 7 2 2 3 NIPANIYA-GANDHI NAGAR 21.7 43.4 30 20 20 140.2 8 6 3 4 VAISHALI NAGAR- PANCHWATI 19.3 38.6 16 12 20 125.8 11 11 4 5 ARVINDO HOSPITAL-MHOW NAKA 25.5 51.0 15 12 20 163.0 15 12 5 7 TEJAJI NAGAR-GANDHI NAGAR 18.3 36.6 25 15 20 119.8 9 6 6 9 HAWA BUNGALOW- MANAVATA NAGAR 14.7 29.4 13 8 20 98.2 9 11 7 10 BOMBAY HOSPITAL- BADA GANPATI 9.6 19.2 60 20 20 67.6 4 2 8 11 GOMMATGIRI-TEJAJI NAGAR 24.5 49.0 22 15 20 157.0 11 9 9 12 RAJWADA-MANAVATA NAGAR 8.6 17.2 45 20 20 61.6 4 4 10 13 RAJWADA-KHAJRANA MANDIR 6.6 13.2 32 20 20 49.6 3 3 11 17 MR 10 SQUARE- PALDA NAKA 13.8 27.6 13 8 20 92.8 9 11 Required No Of Buses on Existing Routes (A) 90 77
    44. 44. 44 DETAILED PROJECT REPORT (DPR) STAGE 2 - INTERIM PRESENTATION Proposed Bus routes in Indore city Route 1: Tejaji Nagar to Panchwati(18.3 Km) Route 2: Khajrana to Bada Ganpati(13.1 Km) Route 3: CAT to Gandhinagar(13.9Km) Route 4: White Church to Arvindo Hospital(14.8 Km) Route 5: White Church to Scheme 51(17.6 Km) Route 6: Musakhedi to Noorani Nagar(13.2 Km) Route 7: Janjeerwala Square to Rajendra Nagar( 13.2 Km) Route 13: Rajendra Nagar to Janjeerwala Square(13.2 Km) Route 9: Sukhaliya to Choitram Mandi(16.2 Km) Route 8: Musakhedi to Baunk Village(13.2 Km) Route 11: Niranjanpur to Footi Kothi (18 Km) Route 12: Hawa Bungalow to Bhagirathpura (10 Km) ROUTE 14: IIST to bijalpur (12.7 km) Route 15: Rajendra nagar to chandan nagar tiraha (5.4 km) Route 16 : Rajiv gandhi square to umrikheda (15.4 Km) Route 17 : Navlakha to bdia keema (10.0 Km ) Route no 18 : Balgangadhar tilak square to bicholi mardana (8.2 Km ) Rout 19 : Vijay nagar sq to SAFE college of pharmacy (11.6 Km) Route 20 :Satya sai vihar to country club township (13.4 K m)
    45. 45. 45 DETAILED PROJECT REPORT (DPR) STAGE 2 - INTERIM PRESENTATION SARWATE BUS STAND GANGWAL BUS STAND NAVLAKHA BUS STAND JINSI BUS DEPOT PATEL PRATIMA BUS STAND Existing Ancillary structure – Bus terminals Source : CMP & Development plan Indore EXISTING BUS TERMINAL 1.SARWATE BUS TERMINAL 2.GANGWAL BUS TERMINAL 3.NAVLAKHA BUS TERMINAL 4.JHINSI BUS TERMINAL 5.PATEL PRATIMA BUS TERMINAL
    46. 46. 46 DETAILED PROJECT REPORT (DPR) STAGE 2 - INTERIM PRESENTATION Bus requirement along the proposed routes in Indore city PROPOSED ROUTES S.No. Route no. Route Route length (in kms) Round trip length (in kms) Headway (min) Average Speed (kmph) Round Trip time (with 10 min. halt) Required number of buses* Main Routes 1 1 Tejaji Nagar-Panchwati 18.3 36.6 20 20 119.8 7 2 6 Khajrana Mandir-Bada Ganpati 13.1 26.2 20 20 88.6 5 3 8 CAT-Gandhi Nagar 13.9 27.8 20 20 93.4 6 4 14 White Church-Arvindo Hospital 14.8 29.6 20 20 98.8 6 5 15 White Church-Scheme No 51 17.6 35.2 20 20 115.6 7 6 16 Musakhedi-Noorani Nagar 11.4 22.8 20 20 78.4 5 7 18 Janjeerwala Square- Rajendra Nagar 13.2 26.4 20 20 89.2 5 8 19 Musakhedi-Baunk Village 13.2 26.4 20 20 89.2 5 9 20 Sukhliya-choithram Mandi 16.2 32.4 20 20 107.2 6 10 21 Vrindavan colony - Bicholi Mardana 11.2 22.4 20 20 77.2 5 11 22 Niranjanpur- Futi Kothi 18.0 36.0 20 20 118.0 7 12 23 Hawa bunglow Bhagirathpura 10.0 20.0 20 20 70.0 5 13 24 Rajendra Nagar- Janjeerwala Chauraha 11.5 23.0 20 20 79.0 5 Required No Of Buses on Main Routes (B) 74 14 FR 1 Indore institute of Science and Technology - Bijalpur 12.7 25.0 20 15 111.6 7 15 FR 2 Rajendra Nagar - Chandan Nagar tiraha 5.4 11.0 20 15 53.4 4 16 FR 3 Rajiv Gandhi Square - Umrikheda 15.4 31.0 20 15 133.2 8 17 FR 4 Navlakha-Bdia Keema 10.0 20.0 20 15 90.0 6 18 FR 5 Balgangadhar Tilak Statue Square- Bicholi Mardana 8.2 16.0 20 15 75.4 5 19 FR 6 Vijaynagar Square- SAFE college of Pharmacy 11.6 23.0 20 15 102.8 6 20 FR 7 Jain Nursery ( Near Shri Satya Sai Vidhya Vihar)- Near county Walk township 13.4 27.0 20 15 117.2 7 21 FR 8 Choithram Chauraha - Chandra Academy (Footi kothi road) 4.9 10.0 20 15 49.0 3 Required No Of Buses on Feeder Routes (C) 46
    47. 47. 47 DETAILED PROJECT REPORT (DPR) STAGE 2 - INTERIM PRESENTATION Location of proposed feeder routes and bus terminals MR 10 ISBT NEAR CHOITHRAM HOSPITAL AB ROAD NEAR RASOMA LABORATORY PROPOSED INFRASTRUCTURE - ISBT MR10 JUNCTION ISBT AT AB ROAD NEAR RASOMA LABORATORY AT RING ROAD NEAR CHOITHRAM HOSPITAL
    48. 48. 48 DETAILED PROJECT REPORT (DPR) STAGE 2 - INTERIM PRESENTATION Proposes cluster Routes for Indore city N Hatod Ushapura Ranu khedi Kshipra Sanwer Panthpilai Siloda buzurg Harinagar Rau S No. Cluster Routes Route length (Km) Villages along the route 1 Indore – Mhow 23  Harinagar 2 Indore – Debalpur 40  Hatod  Ushapura 3 Indore – Dewas 35  Ranu Khedi  Kshipra 4 Indore – Ujjain 55  Siloda Buzurg  Panthpilai  Sanwer 5 Indore - Pithampura 29  Rau  Hub & Spoke model has been adopted for Indore city to formulate clusters in order to connect the nearby settlements.  Ujjain and Dewas are in close proximity to Indore. The cluster routes as proposed from Indore to Ujjain and Dewas will form part (and responsibility) of the Indore SPV due to scale of the Indore in context to Ujjain and Dewas
    49. 49. 49 DETAILED PROJECT REPORT (DPR) STAGE 2 - INTERIM PRESENTATION Bus Fleet requirements for cluster Routes (Indore city) Assumptions  Sitting capacity: 40 passengers  Assumed load factor: 65%  Maximum Proposed Headway: 20 minutes  Average Speed : 45 kmph S.No. Route Route length (in kms) Round trip length (in kms) Total Daily demand Peak Hour Demand Round Trip time (with 10 min. halt) Required number of buses* 1 Indore – Mhow 26.0 52.0 3,931 491 79.0 6 2 Indore – Debalpur 38.0 76.0 5,341 668 111.0 8 3 Indore – Dewas 41.0 82.0 5,142 643 119.0 8 4 Indore – Ujjain 55.0 110.0 6,365 796 157.0 10 5 Indore - Pithampura 29.0 58.0 4,081 510 87.0 6 Required No Of Buses on Cluster Routes 38
    50. 50. 50 DETAILED PROJECT REPORT (DPR) STAGE 2 - INTERIM PRESENTATION Total Bus requirement for Indore - Summary  Total required buses as per study for Indore city = 248 buses  Calculations for net fleet requirement: • Considering fleet utilization of 90% for Indore; • Bus fleet required = (buses required in operations / 90) * 100 • Bus fleet required = (248/ 90) * 100 =276 buses • Net fleet required = Bus fleet required – existing buses in good condition • Net fleet required = 276– 77 = 199 buses  Considering fleet utilization of 90%, 199 buses would be required for Indore city bus system and proposed in the DPR Standard Semi Low Floor AC Buses (900 mm) 114 Standard Non A/C Diesel Midi Bus 80 Articulated Buses 5 Total Buses 199 Total Inter city and Intra City bus requirements = 199 buses
    51. 51. 51 DETAILED PROJECT REPORT (DPR) STAGE 2 - INTERIM PRESENTATION Capital Cost Estimates for Indore city S No Item No. of Units Cost / Unit Total Cost 1 Up gradation of Terminal (in Acres - 3 Nos.) 6 100.00 600.00 2 Up gradation of New Depot - (in Acres- 2 Nos.) 3 100.00 300.00 3 Up gradation of old Jinsi Depot (in Acres) 2 125.00 250.00 4 Development of BRTS Bus Depot (in Acres) 3 125.00 312.50 5 Development Up gradation of Bus Shelter (in No.) 160 5.00 800.00 TOTAL COST (C) 2,262.50 S No Type of Bus Number Cost/Unit (in INR Lakhs) Total Cost 1 Standard Semi Low Floor AC Buses (upto 900 mm) 114 48.00 5472.00 2 Standard Non A/C Diesel Midi Bus 80 25.00 2000.00 3 Articulated Bus 5 120.00 600.00 Total No. of Buses : 199 Total Cost Excluding State Govt. Taxes : 8072.00 4 Value Added Tax (VAT) 12.50% 1009 5 Entry Tax 1.00% 80.72 Total Tax 1089.72 Total Cost Including State Govt. Taxes (A) 9161.72 S No Item Total Cost 1 Procurement of ETVM 100.00 2 Installation of Automatic Fare Collection System 125.00 3 Installation of PIS facilities at Terminals & Bus Shelters 100.00 4 Installation of Central Control Room 75.00 TOTAL COST (B) 400.00 Bus Fleet Cost (in INR Lakhs) … (A) Bus Terminal and Depot Development Cost … (C)ITS Facilities Cost … (B)
    52. 52. 52 DETAILED PROJECT REPORT (DPR) STAGE 2 - INTERIM PRESENTATION Capital cost summary for Indore city 02,563 1002,680 1,900 4,581 2663 State Govt. (B,C) State Govt. (A)JnNURM (A) 21.7% (A) Bus Fleet Cost (B,C) ITS and Bus Terminal and Depot Development Cost 9,162 ULB (B,C)ULB (A) JnNURM (B,C) 77.5% (A) Bus Fleet cost INR 9161.72 lakhs (B) ITS facilities cost INR 400 lakhs (C) Bus Terminal and Depot Development cost INR 2262.50 lakhs Total Cost (A) + (B) + (C) INR 11,824 lakhs 4,680.86 2,680.41 4,462.95 Urban Local Body (ULB) JnNURM (Central Govt.) State Govt.
    53. 53. 53 DETAILED PROJECT REPORT (DPR) STAGE 2 - INTERIM PRESENTATION Revenue projections for Indore city for period of 10 years 10,362 9,252 8,261 7,375 6,585 5,880 5,250 4,687 4,063 3,522 11,713 10,508 9,429 8,463 7,597 6,820 6,125 5,501 4,820 4,227 0 2,000 4,000 6,000 8,000 10,000 12,000 814 AnnualRevenue(inlakhs) Year 7 757 Year 1 1,1691,087 Year 6Year 2 1,011 Year 5 941 Year 4 875 Year 3 704 +12% Year 10Year 9Year 8 1,256 1,351 Total Revenue Fare Revenue Non- fare Revenue
    54. 54. 54 DETAILED PROJECT REPORT (DPR) STAGE 2 - INTERIM PRESENTATION Expenditure projections for Indore city for period of 10 years 0 1,000 2,000 3,000 4,000 5,000 6,000 7,000 8,000 9,000 41% Year 2 4,729 1% 0% 17% 40% 42% Year 1 4,435 1% 0% 16% AnnualExpenses(inlakhs) Year 10 8,036 0%0% 21% 42% 37% Year 9 7,508 0%0% 21% 42% 37% Year 8 7,020 0%0% 20% 41% 38% Year 7 6,565 0%0% 19% 41% 39% Year 6 6,142 0% 0% 19% 41% 39% Year 5 5,749 5,383 0% 18% 41% 40% Year 4 1% 40% 43% 0% 1% 18% 40% 41% Year 3 5,043 1% 0% 17% 40% +7% Fuel Insurane Manpower Maintainance (including taxes) Depreciation
    55. 55. 55 DETAILED PROJECT REPORT (DPR) STAGE 2 - INTERIM PRESENTATION Financial Summary for Indore City (in INR lakhs) -2,000 0 2,000 4,000 6,000 8,000 10,000 12,000 -208 92 Year 1 INR(inlakhs) Year 10 3,677 Year 9 2,999 Year 8 2,410 Year 7 1,898 Year 6 1,455 Year 5 1,072 Year 4 741 Year 3 458 Year 2 Revenue Expenses Net Surplus  IRR without grant 4.30%  IRR with grant 15.4% Capital Expenditure/ Salvage Value Buses 497.5 Depots/ Terminal 565.625 ITS 60 Total Salvage Value 1123.125 Net Surplus 15716 Cashflow Total Cashflow 3892 Grant amount 4680.86 Cashflow with grant 8473.56  Considering only revenue and expenditure, the project will only start making profit in Year 2.  If we include the capital cost the project is not at all financially viable. Thus there is need for the grant from the central and state govt. in order to make the public transport system in Indore financially viable.
    56. 56. 56 DETAILED PROJECT REPORT (DPR) STAGE 2 - INTERIM PRESENTATION Daily Profit/loss per bus operation in Indore city … (1)  We have estimated daily profit/loss (in INR) per bus operation in Indore city.  Total number of buses = 199  Yearly Net surplus = Revenue – Expenditure  Yearly Profit/Loss per bus operation = Yearly net surplus/total number of buses  Daily profit/loss per bus operation = Yearly profit/loss / 365 Year 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Revenue (in INR lakhs) 4,227 4,820 5,501 6,125 6,820 7,597 8,463 9,429 10,508 11,713 Expenses (in INR lakhs) 4,435 4,728 5,044 5,383 5,749 6,142 6,565 7,019 7,509 8,036 Net Surplus (in INR lakhs) (208) 92 458 741 1,072 1,455 1,898 2,410 2,999 3,677 Yearly Profit/Loss per Bus operation (104,596) 46,394 229,928 372,598 538,553 731,058 953,792 1,210,908 1,507,085 1,847,596 Daily Profit/Loss per Bus operation ₹-287 ₹ 127 ₹ 630 ₹ 1,021 ₹ 1,475 ₹ 2,003 ₹ 2,613 ₹ 3,318 ₹ 4,129 ₹ 5,062
    57. 57. 57 DETAILED PROJECT REPORT (DPR) STAGE 2 - INTERIM PRESENTATION Daily Profit/loss per bus operation in Indore city … (2) -1,000 0 1,000 2,000 3,000 4,000 5,000 6,000 7,000 8,000 9,000 10,000 11,000 12,000 -500 0 500 1,000 1,500 2,000 2,500 3,000 3,500 4,000 4,500 5,000 5,500 DailyProfit/Loss(inINR) INR(inlakhs) Year 10 5,062 3,677 Year 9 4,129 2,999 Year 8 3,318 2,410 Year 7 2,613 1,898 Year 6 2,003 1,455 Year 5 1,475 1,072 Year 4 1,021 741 Year 3 630 458 Year 2 127 92 Year 1 -287 -208 31 Daily Profit/Loss per bus operation (in INR) Yearly Net Surplus (in INR lakhs) Expenses (in INR lakhs) Revenue (in INR lakhs) Series Series Series
    58. 58. INDORE UJJAIN DEWAS BURHANPUR KHANDWA MORENA BHIND GUNA SHIVPURI CHHINDWARA PROJECT TOWNS
    59. 59. 59 DETAILED PROJECT REPORT (DPR) STAGE 2 - INTERIM PRESENTATION Ujjain City Profile  Population :5,15,215 (census 2011)  Planning area: 151.82 sq km  Average growth rate: 31.8%  Ancient city situated on the eastern bank of the shipra River  City is very rich in cultural heritage and attracts tourists from all over India  It is also home to the Mahakaleshwar Jyotirlinga, one of the twelve Jyotirlingashrines to the god Shiva  Ujjain lies on the Ratlam - Bhopal, Indore - Nagda and Guna - Khandwa railway route. 0 5 10 15 20 25 30 35 40 450.6 0.4 0.3 0.2 0.1 0.0 0.5 0.50 2001 0.43 1991 0.36 1981 2011 0.28 1971 0.21 1961 0.14 1951 0.13 DecadalVariation(%) Population(inmillions) Population Decadal Variation (%) Population Growth Trend : UJJAIN Source CDP Ujjain
    60. 60. 60 DETAILED PROJECT REPORT (DPR) STAGE 2 - INTERIM PRESENTATION Shopping Education Others Work / Business Trip Purpose Public Transport and IPT Cycles Personalized Vehicles (Cars) Personalized Vehicles (2-Wheelers) Modal split 47% 24% 26% 7% 43% 8% 17% 15% 13% Others Traffic & transport related issues  Reduced capacities of major corridors and roads in core city and market areas due to encroachments, high proportion of slow- moving traffic and absence of pedestrian paths and organized parking facilities.  Limited coverage of public transport system and poor quality (like bus terminals and tempo stops) Travel Characteristics for Ujjain City Source : CMP & Development plan Ujjain 0.25 0.00 0.05 0.10 0.15 0.20 0.19 2006-07 0.22 2007-08 0.18 2004-05 0.17 2003-04 0.15 Vehicles(inmillion) 2005-06 Bus Goods VehiclesTwo Wheeler Cars Taxi/ Three Wheelers Tractor/Jeep/ Trailer
    61. 61. 61 DETAILED PROJECT REPORT (DPR) STAGE 2 - INTERIM PRESENTATION Encroachment on both sides of mahakeleshwar road Absence of control on encroachment/parking of activities at bus stand Poor road surface quality and absence of provision of essential sidewalk facilities near temple condition of rajabhau bus stand near railway station Unauthorized encroachments on the footpath Poor condition of bus depot Traffic and transportation issues – Ujjain City
    62. 62. 62 DETAILED PROJECT REPORT (DPR) STAGE 2 - INTERIM PRESENTATION 1 INDORE ROAD 2 3 45 6 MULLPUR, BADNAGAR ROAD UNHEL ROAD AGAR ROAD MAKSI ROAD OutgoingIncoming OutgoingIncoming DEWAS ROAD OutgoingIncoming OutgoingIncoming OutgoingIncoming OutgoingIncoming Primary Survey Locations Source : CMP Ujjain 1. CTVC 2. OD Surveys 3. User opinion surveys LOCATION NO. LOCATION NAME 1 Indore road 2 Dewas road 3 Maksi road 4 Agar road 5 Unhel road 6 Mullpur road
    63. 63. 63 DETAILED PROJECT REPORT (DPR) STAGE 2 - INTERIM PRESENTATION Existing Ancillary structure survey NANAKHEDA BUS STAND RAJABHAU BUS STAND BUS DEPOT , UJJAIN Source : Development plan Ujjain EXISTING BUS TERMINAL 1.NANAKHEDA BUS STAND 2.RAJA BHAU BUS STAND 3.BUS DEPOT UJJAIN
    64. 64. 64 DETAILED PROJECT REPORT (DPR) STAGE 2 - INTERIM PRESENTATION Proposed Bus Routes in Ujjain City Kaal Bhirov – Chintaman Javasiya (16 Km) Mangalnath-Triveni-Tapo bhumi(8 Km) Tapobhumi- Madhavnagar Railway station(16 Km) Tapobhumi – Sri synthetics(15 Km) Chintaman Javasiya- Sri Synthetics (18 Km) Chattri chowk- Kothi- Abhilasha Nagar(18 Km) Prashantidham – Indira Nagar – Piplinaka( 14 Km)
    65. 65. 65 DETAILED PROJECT REPORT (DPR) STAGE 2 - INTERIM PRESENTATION Bus Systems planning city wise SURSA GHOSLA DHABAHARDU PADSI BADNAGAR KHANDIGARA KHARSODKHURUD PALAKHANDHA MAKSI BHINSODA S No. Cluster Routes Route Length (Km) Villages along the route 1 Ujjain – Dewas 36  Palkhandha 2 Ujjain – Nagda 69  Badnawar  Khandigara 3 Ujjain – Agar 51  Sursa  Ghosla  Dhabahrdu  Padsi 4 Ujjain – Badnagar 56  kharsodkhurud 5 Ujjain – Shajapur 62  Bhinsoda  Maksi
    66. 66. 66 DETAILED PROJECT REPORT (DPR) STAGE 2 - INTERIM PRESENTATION Bus Fleet requirements – UJJAIN S.No Route No. Route Route Length Existing Buses Revised headway Required buses 1 1 Tapobhumi To Piplinaka Siddhwat 15 km 8 10 11 2 01/A/ B Nanakheda To Piplinaka Siddhwat 12 km 4 10 9 3 3 Dewas Gate To Apollo 6 km 4 10 6 4 4 Medical College To Nanakheda 18 km 6 10 12 5 8 Chatri Chowk To Nagar Naagjiri 14 km 4 10 10 6 6 Tower To Shankarpur 8 km 3 10 7 7 7 Chinthaman To Jantar Mantar Mangrola 18 km 2 10 12 Total (A) 67
    67. 67. 67 DETAILED PROJECT REPORT (DPR) STAGE 2 - INTERIM PRESENTATION Bus Fleet requirements – Ujjain Sl No Route Description Route Length (Km) Headway (Min) Average Speed (Kmph) Required Number Of Buses Proposed Routes For Various Clusters 1 Dewas (Via Ujjain Air Strip) 36 25 45 7 2 Nagda 56 25 45 9 3 Agar 69 25 45 10 4 Barnagar 51 25 45 8 5 Sajapur Via Maksi 62 25 45 10 Total (B) 44 Calculations for net fleet requirement:  Considering fleet utilization of 90% for Ujjain;  Net fleet required = (Total buses required/ 90) * 100  Bus fleet required = (111/ 90) * 100 = 124 buses  Bus fleet required = 124 - 89  Total bus fleet required = 124 – 89 = 35 buses
    68. 68. 68 DETAILED PROJECT REPORT (DPR) STAGE 2 - INTERIM PRESENTATION Capital Cost Estimates for Ujjain city S No Item No. of Units Cost / Acre Total Area (In Acres) Total Cost 1 Up gradation of Terminals 2 100.00 3.5 350.00 2 Up gradation of New Depot - (in Acres-1 No) and development 1 100.00 1.5 150 3 Development & Up gradation of Bus Shelter (in No.) 50 5 250.00 TOTAL COST (C) 750.00 S No Type of Bus Number Cost/Unit (in INR Lakhs) Total Cost 1 Standard Non A/C Diesel Midi Bus 35 25 875.00 Total Cost Excluding State Govt. Taxes : 875.00 4 Value Added Tax (VAT) 12.50% 109.38 5 Entry Tax 1.00% 8.75 Total Tax 118.13 Total Cost Including State Govt. Taxes (A) 993.13 S No Item Total Cost 1 Procurement of ETVMS 18 2 Installation of Automatic Fare Collection System 15 3 Installation of PIS facilities at Terminals & Bus Shelters 30 4 Installation of Central Control Room 30 TOTAL COST (B) 93.00 Bus Fleet Cost (in INR Lakhs) … (A) Bus Terminal and Depot Development Cost … (C)ITS Facilities Cost … (B)
    69. 69. 69 DETAILED PROJECT REPORT (DPR) STAGE 2 - INTERIM PRESENTATION Capital cost summary for Ujjain city 0743 100 0199 795 54.1% State Govt. (B,C) 993 (A) Bus Fleet Cost ULB (A)State Govt. (A)JnNURM (A) JnNURM (B,C) (B,C) ITS and Bus Terminal and Depot Development Cost 843 ULB (B,C) 40.5% (A) Bus Fleet cost INR 993.13 lakhs (B) ITS facilities cost INR 93 lakhs (C) Bus Terminal and Depot Development cost INR 750 lakhs Total Cost (A) + (B) + (C) IINR 1836.13 lakhs 0.00 941.63 894.50 State Govt. Urban Local Body (ULB) JnNURM (Central Govt.)
    70. 70. 70 DETAILED PROJECT REPORT (DPR) STAGE 2 - INTERIM PRESENTATION Revenue projections for Ujjain city for period of 10 years 1,637 1,461 1,305 1,165 1,040 929 829 740 642 556 1,850 1,659 1,490 1,337 1,200 1,078 967 869 762 667 0 400 800 1,200 1,600 2,000 AnnualRevenue(inlakhs) Year 10 213 Year 9 198 Year 8 185 Year 7 172 Year 6 160 Year 5 149 Year 4 138 Year 3 129 Year 2 120 Year 1 111 Total Revenue Non- fare Revenue Fare Revenue
    71. 71. 71 DETAILED PROJECT REPORT (DPR) STAGE 2 - INTERIM PRESENTATION Expenditure projections for Ujjain city for period of 10 years 0 100 200 300 400 500 600 700 800 900 1,000 1,100 1,200 1,300 Year 10 1,275 0%0% 21% 34% 44% Year 9 1,194 0% 0% 21% 34% 45% Year 8 1,118 0%0% 20% 34% 45% Year 7 1,048 0% 0% 19% 34% 46% Year 6 982 1%0% 19% 34% 47% Year 5 921 1% 0% 18% 33% 48% Year 4 863 1% 0% 18% 33% 48% Year 3 AnnualExpenses(inlakhs) 1% 0% 17% 33% 49% Year 2 762 1% 0% 812 32% 50% Year 1 717 1% 0% 16% 32% 50% 17% Fuel Depreciation Insurance Manpower Maintainance (including taxes)
    72. 72. 72 DETAILED PROJECT REPORT (DPR) STAGE 2 - INTERIM PRESENTATION Financial Summary for Ujjain City (in INR lakh) -500 0 500 1,000 1,500 2,000 -50 0 Year 1 INR(inlakhs) Year 10 575 Year 9 465 Year 8 372 Year 7 289 Year 6 218 Year 5 157 Year 4 104 Year 3 57 Year 2 Revenue Expenses Net Surplus  IRR without grant 3.57%  IRR with grant 18.4% Capital Expenditure/ Salvage Value Buses 87.50 Depots/ Terminal 187.50 ITS 13.95 Total Salvage Value 288.95 Net Surplus 2477 Cashflow Total Cashflow 641 Grant amount 894.50 Cashflow with grant 1518.30  Considering only revenue and expenditure, the project will only start making profit in Year 2.  If we include the capital cost the project is not at all financially viable. Thus there is need for the grant from the central and state govt. in order to make the public transport system in Indore financially viable.
    73. 73. INDORE UJJAIN DEWAS BURHANPUR KHANDWA MORENA BHIND GUNA SHIVPURI CHHINDWARA PROJECT TOWNS
    74. 74. 74 DETAILED PROJECT REPORT (DPR) STAGE 2 - INTERIM PRESENTATION Dewas City profile  Population : 2,89,550 (as per 2011 census)  Municipal Area: 134 sq.km  Development of Town in Grid-Iron pattern  it is about 143 km south west from state capital, Bhopal and 35 km from Indore the commercial capital of Madhya Pradesh.  Dewas Junction is a Standard Broad Gauge Railway Station which belongs to Ratlam Division of Western Railway (India) Zone, is well connected with all major cities of India. Source :CDP Dewas 0 20 40 60 80 100 0.25 0.30 0.05 0.35 0.00 0.10 0.20 0.15 DecadalVariation(%) Population(inmillions) 2021 0.31 2011 0.29 2001 0.23 1991 0.16 1981 0.08 1971 0.05 Population Decadal Variation (%) Dewas Population
    75. 75. 75 DETAILED PROJECT REPORT (DPR) STAGE 2 - INTERIM PRESENTATION Travel characteristics for Dewas city  Encroachments  Poor street infrastructure  Unavailability of Public Transport  Inadequate road widths - inadequate road networks  Inadequate traffic management measures  Inadequate parking facilities 28.00% 21.00% 36.00% Public Transport and IPT Cycles Personalized Vehicles (Cars) Personalized Vehicles (2-Wheelers) Modal split 15.00% Source: CDP Dewas Traffic & transport related issues
    76. 76. 76 DETAILED PROJECT REPORT (DPR) STAGE 2 - INTERIM PRESENTATION Proposed bus transport routes in the Dewas city New Bhopal circle- ITC Chaupal Sagar via Collectorate and KP College (12 Km) Shri Sai Mandir square-Tata International Limited Via Raiway Station (11 Km) Junction of Dewas By-pass and Maksi road- Agrawal Junior college via Dewas Bus Stand ( 10 Km) PROPOSED ROUTES 1. New Bhopal circle- ITC Chaupal Sagar via Collectorate and KP College 2. Shri Sai Mandir square-Tata International Limited Via Raiway Station 3. Junction of Dewas By-pass and Maksi road- Agrawal Junior college via Dewas Bus Stand Existing - Dewas main city bus stand Proposed Bhopal road bus stand
    77. 77. 77 DETAILED PROJECT REPORT (DPR) STAGE 2 - INTERIM PRESENTATION Proposes cluster Routes for Dewas city Cluster routes S.No. Routes Distance (km) 1 Dewas to Sonkatch 66 2 Dewas to Maksi 68  Cluster routes from Ujjain to Indore has been formulated under Indore SPV due to the scale of the city (this has been discussed in the Indore DPR)
    78. 78. 78 DETAILED PROJECT REPORT (DPR) STAGE 2 - INTERIM PRESENTATION Bus Fleet requirements – Dewas City S No Route Route length (in kms) Round trip length in kms Head- way (min) Average Speed (kmph) Round Trip time (with 10 min. halt) Required number of buses* 1 New Bhopal circle- ITC Chaupal1 12 24 10 20 82 9 2 Shri Sai Mandir square to Tata Limited 11 22 15 20 76 6 3 Junction of Dewas By-pass to Maksi road- Agrawal Junior college 10 20 10 25 58 7 Total(A) 22 Sl. No. Route Route length (in kms) Round trip length in kms Head- way (min) Average Speed (kmph) Round Trip time (with 10 min. halt) Required number of buses* 1 Sonkachh 33 66 20 45 98 7 2 Maksi 34 68 20 45 101 7 Total no. of Buses for Dewas cluster (B) 14  Total required buses as per the study = 36 buses  Considering fleet utilization of 90%, 40 buses would be required for Dewas city bus system and proposed in the DPR
    79. 79. 79 DETAILED PROJECT REPORT (DPR) STAGE 2 - INTERIM PRESENTATION Financial plan – Dewas City CapEx Summary (in INR Lakhs) Revenue Projections Expenditure Projections Net Surplus 0 400 800 1,200 1,600 2,000 2,400 AnnualRevenue(inlakhs) Year 10Year 9Year 8Year 7Year 6Year 5Year 4Year 3Year 2Year 1 Total Revenue Non- fare Revenue Fare Revenue 0 200 400 600 800 1,000 1,200 1,400 1,600 AnnualExpenses(inlakhs) Year 10Year 9Year 8Year 7Year 6Year 5Year 4Year 3Year 2Year 1 Depreciation Insurane Maintainance Manpower Fuel -500 0 500 1,000 1,500 2,000 2,500 INR(inlakhs) Year 10 576 Year 9 456 Year 8 352 Year 7 261 Year 6 183 Year 5 116 Year 4 59 Year 3 10 Year 2 -55 Year 1 -107 Expenses Revenue Net Surplus (A) Bus Fleet cost 1140 (B) ITS facilities cost 95 (C) Bus Terminal and Depot Development cost 300 Total Cost (A) + (B) + (C) 1535 IRR without grant 3.8% IRR with grant 28.8%
    80. 80. INDORE UJJAIN DEWAS BURHANPUR KHANDWA MORENA BHIND GUNA SHIVPURI CHHINDWARA PROJECT TOWNS
    81. 81. 81 DETAILED PROJECT REPORT (DPR) STAGE 2 - INTERIM PRESENTATION Burhanpur city profile  A medieval walled town on the banks of River Tapti  Population : 2,10,886 (as per 2011 census)  Planning area : 123.80 sq. km.  Development of Town in Grid-Iron pattern  Burhanpur is famous for its Muslim monuments Dargah-e-Hakimi. Source :CDP Burhanpur 0 5 10 15 20 25 30 35 0.05 0.00 0.30 0.25 0.20 0.15 0.10 0.22 0.29 DecadalVariation(%) Population(inmillions) 2001 0.19 1991 0.17 1981 0.14 1971 0.11 1961 0.08 1951 0.07 20212011 Decadal Variation (%)Population Burhanpur Population
    82. 82. 82 DETAILED PROJECT REPORT (DPR) STAGE 2 - INTERIM PRESENTATION Land use distribution – Burhanpur city Residential Recreational Commercial Industrial Public & Semipublic Transportation Burhanpur Land use distribution 39.6% 10.00% 11.27% 13.55% 12.12% 13.46%
    83. 83. 83 DETAILED PROJECT REPORT (DPR) STAGE 2 - INTERIM PRESENTATION Travel characteristics for Burhanpur city Traffic & transport related issues  Junctions - Most congested Junctions in city are Gandhi chowk, Subhash chowk, Mandi Chauraha, Pala Bazaar, Kamal chauraha, Palna mod, Churivali gali and Sidhipura chauraha  Accident Spot -Major Accidents spots/ blind turns at Lalbagh road, Tapti bridge, Teen Puliya on Asirgarh road, Icchapur- Brahmi river bridge, Transport nagar slope  Unavailability of Public Transport - No public transport. Autos, tempos and Tongas are the only means of IPT (Intermittent Public Transport).  Allocation of Bus stops - located along the main spine and needs to be shifted out. Mismanagement of bus parking by private operators further worsens the situation. Modal split Public Transport and IPT Slow other Personalized Vehicles (Cars) Personalized Vehicles (2-Wheelers) 51% 11% 22% 16% Source :CDP Burhanpur
    84. 84. 84 DETAILED PROJECT REPORT (DPR) STAGE 2 - INTERIM PRESENTATION Proposed bus transport routes in the Burhanpur city PROPOSED ROUTES 1. Dargahe-e-Hakimi to Shahpur via Tapti Pull 2. Govt. Mandi Urdu Primary School to Railway station via Sanwra Gate 3. Kabristan of Burhanpura to Hazrat Shah Durgaha via Gurudwara Road Junction Dargahe-e-Hakimi to Shahpur via Tapti Pull ( 6 Km) Govt. Mandi Urdu Primary School to Railway station via Sanwra Gate (07 Km) Kabristan of Burhanpura to Hazrat Shah Durgaha via Gurudwara Road Junction(8 Km) Existing PUSHPAK BUS STAND Proposed BAHADURPUR BUS STAND
    85. 85. 85 DETAILED PROJECT REPORT (DPR) STAGE 2 - INTERIM PRESENTATION Proposes cluster Routes for Burhanpur city Cluster routes S.No. Routes Distance (Km) 1 Ichhapur (shahpur ) 23  Potential cluster routes towards northern side of Burhanpur city (towards Khandwa) has been formulated/proposed under Khandwa DPR  Burhanpur city lies around 15-25 km from the Maharashtra state border.
    86. 86. 86 DETAILED PROJECT REPORT (DPR) STAGE 2 - INTERIM PRESENTATION Bus Fleet requirements – Burhanpur City Sl. No Route Route length (in kms) Round trip length (in kms) Head way (min) Average Speed (kmph) Round Trip time (with 10 min. halt) Required number of buses* 1 Dargahe-e-Hakimi to Shahpur 16 32 10 20 106 12 2 Govt. Mandi Urdu Primary School to Railway station 10 20 10 20 70 8 3 Kabristan of Burhanpur to Hazrat Shah Durgah 8 16 10 20 63 7 Total(A) 27 Location Route Route length Round trip length Headway Average speed (kmph ) Round trip time with halt Required no of buses Burhanpur Ichhapur (Shahpur) 23 46 20 45 71 6 Total(B) 6  Total required buses as per the study = 33 buses  Considering fleet utilization of 90%, 37 buses would be required for Dewas city bus system and proposed in the DPR
    87. 87. 87 DETAILED PROJECT REPORT (DPR) STAGE 2 - INTERIM PRESENTATION Financial plan – Burhanpur City CapEx Summary (in INR Lakhs) Revenue Projections Expenditure Projections Net Surplus 0 400 800 1,200 1,600 2,000 Year 2 Year 3Year 1 Year 10Year 9Year 5 AnnualRevenue(inlakhs) Year 6 Year 7 Year 8Year 4 Total Revenue Non- fare Revenue Fare Revenue 0 500 1,000 1,500 AnnualExpenses(inlakhs) Year 7Year 5Year 3 Year 10Year 2Year 1 Year 8 Year 9Year 6Year 4 Fuel Manpower Maintainance (including taxes) Insurane Depreciation -500 0 500 1,000 1,500 2,000 Year 7 242 Year 6 171 Year 5Year 4 10854 326 Year 8 421 Year 9 532 Year 10 -99 Year 1 INR(inlakhs) -51 Year 2 Year 3 9 Revenue Expenses Net Surplus (A) Bus Fleet cost 1049.87 (B) ITS facilities cost 94 (C) Bus Terminal and Depot Development cost 330 Total Cost (A) + (B) + (C) 1473.87 IRR without grant 3.07% IRR with grant 26.3%
    88. 88. INDORE UJJAIN DEWAS BURHANPUR KHANDWA MORENA BHIND GUNA SHIVPURI CHHINDWARA PROJECT TOWNS
    89. 89. 89 DETAILED PROJECT REPORT (DPR) STAGE 2 - INTERIM PRESENTATION Khandwa city profile  Also known as the Nimar District  Population: 2.01 Lakh (as per 2011 census)  Growth Rate: 21.44%  Planning area : 123.80 sq km.  Khandwa is located on the Main Train Junction, with daily connections to Mumbai, Pune, Delhi. Source :Development plan Khandwa 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 0.10 0.05 0.00 0.30 0.25 0.20 0.15 1971 0.09 1961 0.06 0.11 1951 0.05 Population(inmillions) 2011 0.26 2001 0.17 1991 0.15 1981 DecadalVariation(%) Decadal Variation (%) Population Khandwa Population
    90. 90. 90 DETAILED PROJECT REPORT (DPR) STAGE 2 - INTERIM PRESENTATION Land use distribution – Khandwa city Residential Recreational Commercial Industrial Public & Semipublic Transportation 45.46% 7.23% 18.99% 1.48% 7.61% 19.24% Khandwa Land use distribution
    91. 91. 91 DETAILED PROJECT REPORT (DPR) STAGE 2 - INTERIM PRESENTATION Travel characteristics for Khandwa city Traffic & transport related issues  Encroachment - Reduced capacities of major corridors and roads in core city and market areas due to encroachments  Mixed traffic - high proportion of slow-moving traffic  Absence of pedestrian paths and organized parking facilities  Unorganized public transport - Limited coverage of public transport system and poor quality of service and associated infrastructure (like bus terminals and tempo stops)  Absence of Traffic Management - Absence of a comprehensive and scientific traffic management system – existing traffic management measures arbitrary (one-way systems in core city and market areas and ban on truck entry into city) and signals improperly designed  Improper Road Infrastructure - Absence of appropriate safety and visibility enhancement parameters like signage, markings, channel islands, street name boards and other street furniture. Modal split Public Transport and IPT Slow other Personalized Vehicles (Cars) Personalized Vehicles (2-Wheelers) 55% 15% 21% 9% Source :CDP Khandwa
    92. 92. 92 DETAILED PROJECT REPORT (DPR) STAGE 2 - INTERIM PRESENTATION Proposed bus routes in Khandwa city PROPOSED ROUTES 1. Boorgaon Khurd to SujapurKalan Near Airport 2. Shri Dadaji Institute of Technology and science to Central School on Khandwa-Harsud Road 3. Dondwada To Singaji Nagar Near BPS Road Junction on Mundi-Khandwa State Highway 4. Khandwa Bus Stand To Heera Tyre Industry near Khandwa Road (05Km) Boorgaon Khurd to SujapurKalan Near Airport (8 Km) Shri Dadaji Institute of Technolgy and science to Central School on Khandwa-Harsud Road (09 Km) Dondwada To Singaji Nagar Near BPS Road Junction on Mundi-Khandwa State Highway (10 Km) Khandwa Bus Stand To Heera Tyre Industry near Khandwa Road (05Km) Proposed SINDHI COLONY BUS STAND Existing MAIN BUS STAND
    93. 93. 93 DETAILED PROJECT REPORT (DPR) STAGE 2 - INTERIM PRESENTATION Proposes cluster Routes for Khandwa city Cluster routes S.No. Routes Distance (Km) 1 Khandwa to Burhanpur 70 2 Khandwa to Mundi(sihada, jawar,khahalari,khagaon) 33 3 Khandwa to Pandhana (panjhariya,Keogada,Dulhar ) 21 4 Khandwa to Sanawad 53  Hub & Spoke model has been followed for Khandwa city
    94. 94. 94 DETAILED PROJECT REPORT (DPR) STAGE 2 - INTERIM PRESENTATION Bus Fleet requirements – Khandwa Sl. No. Route Route length (in kms) Round trip length in kms Headway Average Speed (KMPH) Round Trip time (with 10 min. halt) Required number of buses* 1 Boorgaon Khurd to SujapurKalan Near Airport 8 16 10 25 48.4 6 2 Shri Dadaji Institute of Technolgy and science to Central School on Khandwa-Harsud Road 9 18 10 25 53 6 3 Dondwada To Singaji Nagar Near BPS Road Junction on Mundi-Khandwa State Highway 10 20 10 25 63 7 4 Khandwa Bus Stand To Heera Tyre Industry near Khandwa Road 5 10 10 25 63 7 Total Buses (A) 26 Route Route length Round trip length Headway Average speed (km/h ) Round trip time with halt(min) Required no. Of buses PANDHNA (via pan- jhariya, Keogada, Dulhar 21 42 15 45 66 5 MUNDI (via sihada, jawar, khahalari, khagaon) 33 66 15 45 98 7 Burhanpur 70 140 20 45 197 10 Sanawad 53 106 20 45 151 8 Total B 30  Total required buses as per the study = 56 buses  Considering fleet utilization of 90%, 62 buses would be required for Khandwa city bus system and proposed in the DPR
    95. 95. 95 DETAILED PROJECT REPORT (DPR) STAGE 2 - INTERIM PRESENTATION Financial plan – Khandwa City CapEx Summary (in INR Lakhs) Revenue Projections Expenditure Projections Net Surplus 0 400 800 1,200 1,600 2,000 2,400 2,800 3,200 3,600 Year 9Year 8Year 7Year 6Year 5Year 4Year 3Year 2Year 1 AnnualRevenue(inlakhs) Year 10 Total Revenue Non- fare Revenue Fare Revenue 0 200 400 600 800 1,000 1,200 1,400 1,600 1,800 2,000 2,200 2,400 Year 1 AnnualExpenses(inlakhs) Year 10Year 9Year 8Year 7Year 6Year 5Year 4Year 3Year 2 Depreciation Insurance Maintainance (including taxes) Manpower Fuel -500 0 500 1,000 1,500 2,000 2,500 3,000 3,500 894 Year 9 706 Year 8 545 Year 7 405 Year 6 284 Year 5 180 Year 4 91 Year 3 14 Year 2 -85 Year 1 INR(inlakhs) Year 10 -167 Net Surplus Expenses Revenue (A) Bus Fleet cost 1760 (B) ITS facilities cost 106 (C) Bus Terminal and Depot Development cost 525 Total Cost (A) + (B) + (C) 2391 IRR without grant 3.7% IRR with grant 26.6%
    96. 96. INDORE UJJAIN DEWAS BURHANPUR KHANDWA MORENA BHIND GUNA SHIVPURI CHHINDWARA PROJECT TOWNS
    97. 97. 97 DETAILED PROJECT REPORT (DPR) STAGE 2 - INTERIM PRESENTATION Morena city profile  Population : 2 lakh (as per 2011 census)  Planning area : 115.39 sq km.  Morena is situated on the national highway no.3.  Morena is well connected by train services to all parts of the country including metros like Delhi, Mumbai and other major cities, Source :CDP Morena 0 20 40 60 80 100 1200.30 0.25 0.20 0.15 0.10 0.05 0.00 DecadalVariation(%) 0.03 0.25 2011 0.19 2001 0.15 19911981 0.07 1971 0.04 1961 Population(inmillions) 2021 0.15 Decadal Variation (%) Population Morena Population
    98. 98. 98 DETAILED PROJECT REPORT (DPR) STAGE 2 - INTERIM PRESENTATION Travel characteristics for Morena city Traffic & transport related issues  There are no parking provisions.  Absence of organized Para-transit  and public transport facilities  Encroachment on roads Modal split Public Transport and IPT Slow other Personalized Vehicles (Cars) Personalized Vehicles (2-Wheelers) 41% 13% 35% 11% Source :CDP Morena
    99. 99. 99 DETAILED PROJECT REPORT (DPR) STAGE 2 - INTERIM PRESENTATION PROPOSED ROUTES 1. TSS International School to Shri Bihari Ji Fule Industries 2. SinghalBasti to Snajay Nagar 3. Morena Goan to Bodakhar Goan(10 Km) Proposed bus routes in Morena TSS International School to Shri Bihari Ji Fule Industries(08Km) SinghalBasti to Snajay Nagar(06 Km) Morena Goan to Bodakhar Goan(10 Km) BARRIER CHORAHA BUS STAND AMBAH ROAD BUS STAND
    100. 100. 100 DETAILED PROJECT REPORT (DPR) STAGE 2 - INTERIM PRESENTATION Proposed Cluster Routes from Morena city Cluster routes S.No. Routes Distance (Km) 1 MORENA TO PORSA(AMBHA , JIGANI ,DMANI,GOTH) 53 2 MORENA TO KAILARAS (JAORA ) 45  Bamore is an industrial town located between Morena and Gwalior  We have assumed that the proposal for cluster route between Morena and Gwalior (connecting Bamore) will be undertaken by Gwalior SPV. This is in line with the principle that scale of Gwalior city is much higher than Morena.
    101. 101. 101 DETAILED PROJECT REPORT (DPR) STAGE 2 - INTERIM PRESENTATION Bus Fleet requirements for Morena city S.No City Route Route length (in kms) Round trip length in kms Headway Average Speed Round Trip time with 10 min. halt Required number of buses* 1 TSS International School to Shri Bihari Ji Fule Industries 8 16 10 20 58 7 2 SinghalBasti to Snajay Nagar (via Sindhi Colony) 6 12 10 20 46 6 3 MorenaGoan to Bodakhar Goan (via railway station) 10 20 10 20 70 8 Total Buses 21 Sl. N0. Cluster Routes Route length Round trip length Headway (minute) Average speed (km/h ) Round trip time with halt(mi n) Requir ed no of buses 1 TO PORSA (VIA AMBHA,DMANI,GOTH) 53 106 15 45 151 12 2 TO KIALARAS VIA JAORA 45 90 20 45 130 9 Total Buses 21  Total required buses as per the study = 42 buses  Considering fleet utilization of 90%, 47 buses would be required for Morena city bus system and proposed in the DPR
    102. 102. 102 DETAILED PROJECT REPORT (DPR) STAGE 2 - INTERIM PRESENTATION Financial plan – Morena City CapEx Summary (in INR Lakhs) Revenue Projections Expenditure Projections Net Surplus 0 400 800 1,200 1,600 2,000 2,400 2,800 AnnualRevenue(inlakhs) Year 10Year 9Year 8Year 7Year 6Year 5Year 4Year 3Year 2Year 1 Total Revenue Non- fare Revenue Fare Revenue 0 500 1,000 1,500 2,000 AnnualExpenses(inlakhs) Year 10Year 9Year 8Year 7Year 6Year 5Year 4Year 3Year 2Year 1 Depreciation Insurance Maintenance Manpower Fuel -500 0 500 1,000 1,500 2,000 2,500 INR(inlakhs) Year 10 677 Year 9 535 Year 8 413 Year 7 307 Year 6 215 Year 5 137 Year 4 68 Year 3 10 Year 2 -64 Year 1 -126 Net Surplus Expenses Revenue (A) Bus Fleet cost 1340 (B) ITS facilities cost 99 (C) Bus Terminal and Depot Development cost 425 Total Cost (A) + (B) + (C) 1864 IRR without grant 3.2% IRR with grant 25.8%
    103. 103. INDORE UJJAIN DEWAS BURHANPUR KHANDWA MORENA BHIND GUNA SHIVPURI CHHINDWARA PROJECT TOWNS
    104. 104. 104 DETAILED PROJECT REPORT (DPR) STAGE 2 - INTERIM PRESENTATION Bhind city profile  Population : 1.98 lakhs (as per 2011 census)  Planning area : 49.68 sqm.  The chhatri of Malhar Rao Holkar at Alampur is great archaeology chhatri in Bhind. Source :CDP Bhind 0 5 10 15 20 25 30 35 40 45 50 55 60 65 0.15 0.25 0.30 0.00 0.10 0.20 0.05 DecadalVariation(%) 0.15 1991 Population(inmillions) 0.20 2001 0.25 2011 2021 0.11 1981 0.07 1971 0.05 1961 0.03 Population Decadal Variation (%) Bhind Population
    105. 105. 105 DETAILED PROJECT REPORT (DPR) STAGE 2 - INTERIM PRESENTATION Travel characteristics for Bhind city Modal split Public Transport and IPT Slow other Personalized Vehicles (Cars) Personalized Vehicles (2-Wheelers) 42% 18% 33% 7% Traffic & transport related issues  There are no parking provisions  Absence of organized Para-transit  and public transport facilities  Encroachment on roads Source :CDP & Development plan Bhind
    106. 106. 106 DETAILED PROJECT REPORT (DPR) STAGE 2 - INTERIM PRESENTATION Proposed bus routes in Bhind city PROPOSED ROUTES 1. Hewadpura to Deenpura 2. Railway Station to Manpura 3. Chandra pura to Daboha 4. Magandpura to Junction near Navada colony Hewadpura to Deenpura(09 Km) Railway Station to Manpura(09 Km) Chandra pura to Daboha(06 Km) Magandpura to Junction near Navada colony(06Km) MPSRTC BUS STAND PRIVATE BUS STAND RAILWAY STATION BUS STAND
    107. 107. 107 DETAILED PROJECT REPORT (DPR) STAGE 2 - INTERIM PRESENTATION Cluster routes for the Bhind city Cluster routes S.No. Routes Distance (Km) 1 BHIND TO MAU 52 2 BHIND TO LAHAR (MIHONA ) 53 3 BHIND TO MAHEGAON (BAROHI ) 22 4 BHIND TO ATER 30
    108. 108. 108 DETAILED PROJECT REPORT (DPR) STAGE 2 - INTERIM PRESENTATION Bus Fleet requirements – Bhind Route No. Route Route length (in kms) Round trip length in kms Headway (min) Average Speed (kmph) Round Trip time (with 10 min. halt) Required number of buses* 1 Hewadpura to Deenpura 9 18 10 25 53.2 6 2 Railway Station to Manpura 9 18 10 30 46 6 3 Chandra pura to Daboha 6 12 10 25 38.8 5 4 Magandpura to Junction near Navada colony 6 12 10 15 58 7 Total Buses (A) 24 From Route Route length Round trip length Headway Average speed (km/h ) Round trip time with halt(min) Required no of buses Bhind Mau 52 104 30 45 149 7 Lahar via Mihona 53 106 30 45 151 7 Mahegaon(via Barohi) 22 44 15 45 69 7 Ater 30 60 30 45 90 5 Total 26  Total required buses as per the study = 50 buses  Considering fleet utilization of 90%, 56 buses would be required for Bhind city bus system and proposed in the DPR
    109. 109. 109 DETAILED PROJECT REPORT (DPR) STAGE 2 - INTERIM PRESENTATION Financial plan – Bhind City CapEx Summary (in INR Lakhs) Revenue Projections Expenditure Projections Net Surplus 0 400 800 1,200 1,600 2,000 2,400 2,800 3,200 AnnualRevenue(inlakhs) Year 10Year 9Year 8Year 7Year 6Year 5Year 4Year 3Year 2Year 1 Total Revenue Non- fare Revenue Fare Revenue 0 200 400 600 800 1,000 1,200 1,400 1,600 1,800 2,000 2,200 AnnualExpenses(inlakhs) Year 10Year 9Year 8Year 7Year 6Year 5Year 4Year 3Year 2Year 1 Depreciation Insurance Maintenance Manpower Fuel -500 0 500 1,000 1,500 2,000 2,500 3,000 INR(inlakhs) Year 10 808 Year 9 639 Year 8 492 Year 7 367 Year 6 258 Year 5 164 Year 4 83 Year 3 14 Year 2 -76 Year 1 -149 Net Surplus Expenses Revenue (A) Bus Fleet cost 1589 (B) ITS facilities cost 103 (C) Bus Terminal and Depot Development cost 515 Total Cost (A) + (B) + (C) 2207 IRR without grant 3.29% IRR with grant 25.4%
    110. 110. INDORE UJJAIN DEWAS BURHANPUR KHANDWA MORENA BHIND GUNA SHIVPURI CHHINDWARA PROJECT TOWNS
    111. 111. 111 DETAILED PROJECT REPORT (DPR) STAGE 2 - INTERIM PRESENTATION Guna city profile 1961 1971 1981 1991 2001 2011 31031 42330 64059 100490 137175 181000 1 2 3 4 5 6 GUNA YEAR POPULATION •Population : 1.81 lakh (as per 2011 census) •Development of Town in Grid-Iron pattern Source :CDP Guna
    112. 112. 112 DETAILED PROJECT REPORT (DPR) STAGE 2 - INTERIM PRESENTATION Travel characteristics for Guna city Traffic & transport related issues  Traffic congestion : Proving to be one of the major problems inside the city, concerning the citizens. Four wheelers don’t have an access to major area inside the town.  Encroachment : Majority of the central city roads in Guna are not fully utilized because of the encroachment.  Allocation of Bus Terminal : The existing bus terminal is very congested. Due to space constraints, the buses are parked on the A.B Road itself, which causes congestion.  Parking : Lack of necessary parking space near the major commercial centre of the town is hampering the business.  Dominance of Auto-rickshaw due to unavailability of any other mode auto- rickshaw have become the dominant mode of travel. Modal split Public Transport and IPT Slow other Personalized Vehicles (Cars) Personalized Vehicles (2-Wheelers)24% 12% 56% 8% Source :CDP & Development plan Guna
    113. 113. 113 DETAILED PROJECT REPORT (DPR) STAGE 2 - INTERIM PRESENTATION Proposed city bus routes in Guna PROPOSED ROUTES • Nana Khedi to Model Town Colony • Singwasa to Haat Road • JaiStambh Choraha to Bajrangarh • Shriram colony to Buddhebalaji (via railway station) Nana Khedi to Model Town Colony (10 Km ) Singwasa to Haat Road(08 km) Jai Stambh Choraha to ajrangarh(15 km) Shriram colony to Buddhebalaji (via railway station) (12 Km)
    114. 114. 114 DETAILED PROJECT REPORT (DPR) STAGE 2 - INTERIM PRESENTATION Cluster route planning for Guna city Cluster routes S.No. Routes Distance (Km) 1 Sagar to Aron ( Bajrangarh ) 36 2 Guna to Raghogarh ( Ruthiya) 28 3 Guna toAshok nagar 42
    115. 115. 115 DETAILED PROJECT REPORT (DPR) STAGE 2 - INTERIM PRESENTATION Bus Fleet requirements – Guna Route Route length (in kms) Round trip length in kms Head- way (min) Average Speed (kmph) Round Trip time (with 10 min. halt) Required number of buses* Nana Khedi to Model Town Colony 10 20 10 20 70 8 Singwasa to Haat Road 8 16 15 20 58 5 JaiStambhChoraha to Bajrangarh 15 30 15 20 100 8 Shriram colony to Buddhebalaji (via railway station) 12 24 10 20 82 9 Total 30 Route Route length Round trip length Headway (minute) Average speed (km/h) Round trip time with halt(min) Required no of buses Guna to Aron via Bajrangarh ) 36 72 20 45 106 7 Guna to Raghogarh (via Ruthiya) 28 56 20 45 85 6 Ashok nagar 42 84 20 45 122 8 Total 21  Total required buses as per the study = 51 buses  Considering fleet utilization of 90%, 57 buses would be required for Guna city bus system and proposed in the DPR
    116. 116. INDORE UJJAIN DEWAS BURHANPUR KHANDWA MORENA BHIND GUNA SHIVPURI CHHINDWARA PROJECT TOWNS
    117. 117. 117 DETAILED PROJECT REPORT (DPR) STAGE 2 - INTERIM PRESENTATION Shivpuri city profile 1 2 3 4 YEAR 1961 1971 1981 1991 POPULATION 37244 53408 75178 96858 0 20000 40000 60000 80000 100000 120000 Shivpuri •Tourist destination of M.P •Population : 1.8 lakh (as per 2011 census) •Municipal Area: 34.86 sq. km Source :CDP Shivpuri
    118. 118. 118 DETAILED PROJECT REPORT (DPR) STAGE 2 - INTERIM PRESENTATION Travel characteristics for Shivpuri city Traffic & transport related issues Modal split Public Transport and IPT Slow other Personalized Vehicles (Cars) Personalized Vehicles (2-Wheelers)35% 12% 44% 9% • Rampant encroachment both permanent and temporary • Significant proportion of slow moving traffic and absence of pedestrian paths, resulting in reduced capacity of the roads, especially in inner-city and market roads. • Absence of functional hierarchy of road network as a result of which there is an intermixing of local and long distance traffic. Source :CDP & Development plan Shivpuri
    119. 119. 119 DETAILED PROJECT REPORT (DPR) STAGE 2 - INTERIM PRESENTATION Proposed Bus routes in Shivpuri PROPOSED ROUTES 1. Railway station to Tourist Village 2. Military Area to Hanuman Mandir near Kattha Mill 3. Mukti Dhaam to Mohinisagar Colony 4. Jadhvsagar Lake to Chattri near Ranghghar School 5. ITI at Shivpuri-Jhansi Road to Big Cinema at Fatehpur Road 6. Shivpuri Cricket Stadium to Navgraha Mandir Tiraha on Byepass Railwat station to Tourist Village (08Km) Military Area to Hanuman Mandir near Kattha Mill(11Km Mukti Dhaam to Mohinisagar Colony(07 Km) ITI at Shivpuri-Jhansi Road to Big Cinema at Fatehpur Road (05 Km) Jadhvsagar Lake to Chattri near Ranghghar School(10 Km) Shivpuri Cricket Stadium to Navgraha Mandir Tiraha on Byepass(50Km)
    120. 120. 120 DETAILED PROJECT REPORT (DPR) STAGE 2 - INTERIM PRESENTATION Proposed cluster routes in Shivpuri Cluster routes S.No. Routes Distance (Km) 1 Shivpuri To Karera (Gadroli) 26 2 Shivpuri To Kolaras( Sisai grahi Jain Temple) 22 3 Shivpuri To Narwar ( Chandanpura-satanwar-Narwar ) 45
    121. 121. 121 DETAILED PROJECT REPORT (DPR) STAGE 2 - INTERIM PRESENTATION Bus Fleet requirements – Shivpuri Route Route length Round trip length in kms Headway Average speed (km/h ) Round trip time with halt Required no of buses Shivpuri To Karera (Gadroli) 44 88 30 45 127 6 To Kolaras( Via Sisaigrahi Jain Temple) 22 44 20 45 69 5 To Narwar (via Chandanpura- satanwar-Narwar ( Via ) 45 90 30 45 130 6 Total 17 Route Route length Round trip length(Km) Headway Average speed (km/h ) Round trip time with halt Required no of buses Railway station to Tourist Village 8 16 15 30 42 5 Military Area to Hanuman Mandir near Kattha Mill 11 22 15 30 54 6 MuktiDhaam to Mohinisagar Colony 7 14 15 30 38 5 Jadhvsagar Lake to Chattri near Ranghghar School 10 20 15 30 50 5 ITI at Shivpuri-Jhansi Road to Big Cinema at Fatehpur Road 5 10 15 30 30 4 shivpuri Cricket Stadium to Navgraha Mandir Tiraha on Byepass 5 10 15 30 30 4 Total 28  Total required buses as per the study = 45 buses  Considering fleet utilization of 90%, 50 buses would be required for Shivpuri city bus system and proposed in the DPR
    122. 122. INDORE UJJAIN DEWAS BURHANPUR KHANDWA MORENA BHIND GUNA SHIVPURI CHHINDWARA PROJECT TOWNS
    123. 123. 123 DETAILED PROJECT REPORT (DPR) STAGE 2 - INTERIM PRESENTATION Chhindwara city profile  Population : 1.38 lakhs (as per 2011 census)  Municipal Area: 11.33 sq. km 0 10 20 30 40 50 0.00 0.10 0.15 0.05 0.05 1961 DecadalVariation(%) 0.04 Population(inmillions) 2011 0.14 2001 0.12 1991 0.10 1981 0.08 1971 Population Decadal Variation (%) CHHINDWARA Population
    124. 124. 124 DETAILED PROJECT REPORT (DPR) STAGE 2 - INTERIM PRESENTATION Travel characteristics for Chhindwara city Traffic & transport related issues •Doesn’t have any regularised urban transport placed • Town population has to predominantly depend on private vehicles & Para transit (Auto & cycle rickshaw). •Majority population either uses cycle or walk through to complete their essential trips. •Regional bus movement i.e. to Chandameta, Seoni and Sarni are the main primary routes where maximum passenger movement is observed. •Intermediate Public Transportation in Chhindwara consists of point-to-point manually operated cycle rickshaws. Modal split Public Transport and IPT Slow other Personalized Vehicles (Cars) Personalized Vehicles (2-Wheelers)
    125. 125. 125 DETAILED PROJECT REPORT (DPR) STAGE 2 - INTERIM PRESENTATION Proposed bus routes in Chhindwara city PROPOSED ROUTES 1. Chandan gaon to Govt. PG College via District Jail 2. Adarsh Nagar to Kabadiya via old Cattle Market 3. Kushmeli to Janta Colony via Santoshi Mata Mandir Chandan gaon to Govt. PG College via District Jail(09Km) Adarsh Nagar to Kabadiya via old Cattle Market(11 Km) Kushmeli to Janta Colony via Santosh Mata Mandir(07 Km)
    126. 126. 126 DETAILED PROJECT REPORT (DPR) STAGE 2 - INTERIM PRESENTATION Proposed cluster routes in Chhindwara city Cluster routes S.No. Routes Distance (Km) 1 CHHINDWARA TO PARASIA 26 2 CHHINDWARA TO AMARWARA 40 3 CHHINDWARA TO CHAURAI KHAS 35 4 CHHINDWARA TO SAUSAR 52
    127. 127. 127 DETAILED PROJECT REPORT (DPR) STAGE 2 - INTERIM PRESENTATION Bus Fleet requirements – Chhindwara city Route Route length (in kms) Round trip length in kms Headway Average Speed (kmph) Round Trip time (with 10 min. halt) Required number of buses* Chandangaon to Govt. PG College via District Jail 14 28 10 20 103 11 Adarsh Nagar to Kabadiya via old Cattle Market 16 32 10 20 116 13 Kushmeli to Janta Colony via Santoshi Mata Mandir 12 24 10 20 90 10 Total 34 Location Route Route length Round trip length Headw ay Average speed (km/h ) Round trip time with halt Required no of buses Chindwara Parasia 26 52 25 45 79 5 Amarwara 40 80 25 45 117 7 Chaurai Khas 35 70 25 45 103 6 Sausar 52 104 25 45 149 8 Total 26  Total required buses as per the study = 60 buses  Considering fleet utilization of 90%, 67 buses would be required for Chhindwara city bus system and proposed in the DPR
    128. 128. SUMMARY FOR PACKAGE 1 CITIES – FLEET AND FINANICAL VIABILITY
    129. 129. 129 DETAILED PROJECT REPORT (DPR) STAGE 2 - INTERIM PRESENTATION Existing Public Transport characteristics Summary Package 1 EXISTING PUBLIC TRANSPORT CHARACTERISTICS Sr. No. CITY BRT CITY BUS (include Mini buses ) IPT FLEET SIZE No. OF ROUTES FLEET SIZE No. of ROUTES FLEET SIZE No. OF ROUTES 1 Indore 18 1 306 87 14750 60 2 Ujjain NA NA 31 7 7450 7 3 Dewas NA NA NA NA 550 3 4 Burhanpur NA NA NA NA 248 3 5 Khandwa NA NA NA NA 279 4 6 Morena NA NA NA NA 353 9 7 Bhind NA NA NA NA 270 4 8 Guna NA NA NA NA 220 5 9 Shivpuri NA NA NA NA 370 7 10 Chhindwara NA NA NA NA 185 3
    130. 130. 130 DETAILED PROJECT REPORT (DPR) STAGE 2 - INTERIM PRESENTATION Proposed Fleet (type and number) requirement Summary Package 1 S No. City Population (in lakhs) PROPOSED FLEET REQUIREMENT SEMI LOW FLOOR MIDI BUSES NON-AC ARTICULATED TOTAL 1 Indore 21.6 114 80 5 199 2 Ujjain 5.15 0 35 0 35 3 Dewas 2.89 0 40 0 40 4 Burhanpur 2.1 0 37 0 37 5 Khandwa 2 0 30 0 30 6 Morena 2.01 0 47 0 47 7 Bhind 1.97 0 56 0 56 8 Guna 1.81 0 57 0 57 9 Shivpuri 1.79 0 50 0 50 10 Chhindwara 1.9 0 67 0 67 Total Bus requirements 114 499 5 618
    131. 131. 131 DETAILED PROJECT REPORT (DPR) STAGE 2 - INTERIM PRESENTATION Total Bus requirement Summary Package 1 0 25 50 75 100 125 150 175 200 NumberofBuses Shivpuri 67 Guna 50 Chhindwara 57 Bhind 56 Khandwa 47 Morena 30 Burhanpur 37 Dewas 40 Ujjain 35 Indore 199 SEMI LOW FLOOR MIDI BUSES NON-AC ARTICULATED
    132. 132. 132 DETAILED PROJECT REPORT (DPR) STAGE 2 - INTERIM PRESENTATION Proposed Financial inlay for the Bus fleet costs Summary Package 1 City Population (in lakhs) PROPOSED FINANCIAL INLAY (in INR Crores) TOTAL JnNURM MP GOVERNMENT ULB Indore 21.60 91.62 45.81 19 26.8 Ujjain 5.15 9.93 7.95 1.98 0 Dewas 2.89 11.4 9.12 2.28 0 Burhanpur 2.10 10.5 8.4 2.1 0 Morena 2.01 13.4 10.72 2.68 0 Khandwa 2.00 17.6 14.08 3.52 0 Bhind 1.97 15.89 12.71 3.16 0 Chhindwara 1.90 19.1 15.28 3.82 0 Guna 1.81 16.2 12.96 3.24 0 Shivpuri 1.79 14.2 11.36 2.84 0 Total for Package 1 219.84 148.39 44.62 26.8
    133. 133. 133 DETAILED PROJECT REPORT (DPR) STAGE 2 - INTERIM PRESENTATION Proposed Financial inlay for the ancillary infrastructure and ITS costs Summary Package 1 City Population (in lakhs) PROPOSED FINANCIAL INLAY (in INR Crores) TOTAL JnNURM MP GOVERNMENT ULB Indore 21.60 26.63 1 25.62 0 Ujjain 5.15 7.53 1 6.53 0 Dewas 2.89 3.95 1 2.95 0 Burhanpur 2.10 4.24 1 3.24 0 Morena 2.01 5.24 1 4.24 0 Khandwa 2.00 6.31 1 5.31 0 Bhind 1.97 6.18 1 5.18 0 Chhindwara 1.90 6.34 1 5.34 0 Guna 1.81 6.29 1 5.29 0 Shivpuri 1.79 5.75 1 4.75 0 Total for Package 1 78.46 10 68.45 0
    134. 134. 134 DETAILED PROJECT REPORT (DPR) STAGE 2 - INTERIM PRESENTATION Mechanisms to finance ancillary infrastructure costs  The yearly operating margin (Revenue – Expenses) is positive from Year 2 onwards and should be utilized to finance the cost of ancillary infrastructure.  Funds would be allocated under DUTF (Dedicated Urban Transport Fund) and there will a provision to utilize those funds for supporting the ancillary infrastructure cost.  The ancillary infrastructure needs to be developed (or upgraded) in a phase manner as per the need basis.  Currently applicable taxes such as registration tax, fitness tax, permit costs etc. should be waived off (only for the buses running under SPV) in order to reduce the maintenance costs and increase the operating profit.  Fuel forms about (45-50%) of the expenses, thus a waiver in taxation on fuel should also be requested.  Route rationalization plan should be implemented as soon as possible in order to remove the competition from other local modes. This would help in increasing the ridership and thus revenues (and thus operating profits)  Importance of advertising as a source of revenue should not be ignored. The various sources are in-bus and outside the bus advertising, bus stands, bus corridors etc.
    135. 135. 135 DETAILED PROJECT REPORT (DPR) STAGE 2 - INTERIM PRESENTATION Daily Profit/loss per bus operation Summary Package 1 cities City No of Buses Year 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Indore 199 ₹-287 ₹ 127 ₹ 630 ₹ 1,021 ₹ 1,475 ₹ 2,003 ₹ 2,613 ₹ 3,318 ₹ 4,129 ₹ 5,062 Ujjain 35 ₹-391 ₹ 0 ₹ 446 ₹ 814 ₹ 1,229 ₹ 1,706 ₹ 2,262 ₹ 2,912 ₹ 3,640 ₹ 4,501 Dewas 40 ₹-733 ₹-377 ₹ 68 ₹ 404 ₹ 795 ₹ 1,253 ₹ 1,788 ₹ 2,411 ₹ 3,123 ₹ 3,945 Burhanpur 37 ₹-733 ₹-378 ₹ 67 ₹ 400 ₹ 800 ₹ 1,266 ₹ 1,792 ₹ 2,414 ₹ 3,117 ₹ 3,939 Morena 30 ₹-1,151 ₹-584 ₹ 91 ₹ 621 ₹ 1,251 ₹ 1,963 ₹ 2,804 ₹ 3,772 ₹ 4,886 ₹ 6,183 Khandwa 47 ₹-973 ₹-495 ₹ 82 ₹ 530 ₹ 1,049 ₹ 1,655 ₹ 2,361 ₹ 3,177 ₹ 4,115 ₹ 5,211 Bhind 56 ₹-729 ₹-372 ₹ 68 ₹ 406 ₹ 802 ₹ 1,262 ₹ 1,795 ₹ 2,407 ₹ 3,126 ₹ 3,953 Chhindwara 57 ₹-860 ₹-442 ₹ 77 ₹ 476 ₹ 937 ₹ 1,476 ₹ 2,105 ₹ 2,831 ₹ 3,672 ₹ 4,643 Guna 50 ₹-833 ₹-425 ₹ 74 ₹ 459 ₹ 908 ₹ 1,432 ₹ 2,042 ₹ 2,747 ₹ 3,563 ₹ 4,503 Shivpuri 67 ₹-544 ₹-278 ₹ 49 ₹ 299 ₹ 593 ₹ 936 ₹ 1,333 ₹ 1,799 ₹ 2,331 ₹ 2,948 Total Package 1 618 ₹-607 ₹-211 ₹ 272 ₹ 646 ₹ 1,081 ₹ 1,588 ₹ 2,175 ₹ 2,855 ₹ 3,638 ₹ 4,543
    136. 136. 136 DETAILED PROJECT REPORT (DPR) STAGE 2 - INTERIM PRESENTATION Daily Profit/loss per bus operation (in INR) Package 1 Summary -1,500 -1,000 -500 0 500 1,000 1,500 2,000 2,500 3,000 3,500 4,000 4,500 5,000 5,500 6,000 6,500 DailyProfit/Loss(inINR) Year 10Year 9Year 8Year 7Year 6Year 5Year 4Year 3Year 2Year 1 Burhanpur Dewas Ujjain Indore Morena Khandwa Bhind Chhindwara Guna Shivpuri
    137. 137. 137 DETAILED PROJECT REPORT (DPR) STAGE 2 - INTERIM PRESENTATION Proposed Financial inlay for the total costs Summary Package 1 City Population (in lakhs) PROPOSED FINANCIAL INLAY (in INR Crores) TOTAL JnNURM MP GOVERNMENT ULB Indore 21.60 118.25 46.81 44.62 26.8 Ujjain 5.15 17.46 8.95 8.51 0 Dewas 2.89 15.35 10.12 5.23 0 Burhanpur 2.10 14.74 9.4 5.34 0 Morena 2.01 18.64 11.72 6.92 0 Khandwa 2.00 23.91 15.08 8.83 0 Bhind 1.97 22.07 13.71 8.34 0 Chhindwara 1.90 25.44 16.28 9.16 0 Guna 1.81 22.49 13.96 8.53 0 Shivpuri 1.79 19.95 12.36 7.59 0 Total for Package 1 298.3 158.39 113.07 26.8
    138. 138. 138 DETAILED PROJECT REPORT (DPR) STAGE 2 - INTERIM PRESENTATION Total Project Cost Summary Package 1 0 25 50 75 100 125 Ujjain 118.23 Dewas 17.46 Indore 15.35 14.74 18.64 MorenaBurhanpur 22.05 Khandwa 23.91 Bhind 25.44 Chhindwara INR(Crores) 19.95 ShivpuriGuna 22.49 ULB MP GOVERNMENT JnNURM
    139. 139. 139 DETAILED PROJECT REPORT (DPR) STAGE 2 - INTERIM PRESENTATION Financial Summary – Package 1 cities City Population (in lakhs) TOTAL CASHFLOW AND IRR CASHFLOW WITHOUT GRANT (in INR Crores) CASHFLOW WITH GRANT (in INR Crores) IRR WITHOUT GRANT IRR WITH GRANT Indore 21.60 38.92 84.74 4.3% 15.4% Ujjain 5.15 6.41 15.18 3.6% 18.4% Dewas 2.89 5.07 14.99 3.8% 28.8% Burhanpur 2.10 4.29 13.50 3.1% 26.3% Morena 2.01 5.52 17.00 3.2% 25.8% Khandwa 2.00 7.84 22.60 3.7% 26.6% Bhind 1.97 6.72 20.14 3.3% 25.4% Chhindwara 1.90 8.75 24.69 4.1% 27.6% Guna 1.81 6.81 20.48 3.3% 25.4% Shivpuri 1.79 5.80 17.91 3.0% 25.0%
    140. 140. 140 DETAILED PROJECT REPORT (DPR) STAGE 2 - INTERIM PRESENTATION The difference between ‘IRR w/o grant’ and ‘IRR with grant’ is substantial and warrant the need for grant to cover the capital costs and make the bus transport system financially viable 0 5 10 15 20 25 30 Indore Burhanpur Bhind 25.8% 25.4% KhandwaUjjain 26.3% Dewas 3.3% Morena 26.6% 3.2%3.8% 28.8% 3.7%3.1% 27.6% InternalRateofReturn(%) 4.1% Guna 4.3% 15.4% 18.4% ShivpuriChhindwara 3.3% 25.4% 3.0% 25.0% 3.6% IRR -WITHOUT GRANT IRR-WITH GRANT
    141. 141. CLARIFICATIONS OF COMMENTS GIVEN IN INCEPTION STAGE PRESENTATION
    142. 142. 142 DETAILED PROJECT REPORT (DPR) STAGE 2 - INTERIM PRESENTATION Comments and Clarifications (1) S No. Comments Incorporated in the interim version 1 Issues and observation should be city specific. This has been incorporated in the individual towns along with all the relevant traffic and transportation issues. 2 DPR’s should be bankable on the basis of which a viable public transport could be establishment in the various cities of state. The final DPR suggest a detailed financial and operational plan along with financial summary outputs like IRR with grant, IRR without grant, NPV etc. These have been thoroughly used in establishing the feasibility and requirement of the public transport system in the cities. 3 Hub and spoke model should be adopted for formation of cluster. The cluster routes has been proposed for all the Package 1 cities connecting nearby towns/villages in a Hub & Spoke fashion. 4 a) DPR should elaborate current roles and responsibilities of RTO and other stakeholders indulged in operation and regulation of public transport system in the cities. b) Institutional mechanism and clear cut roles and responsibilities of various agencies engaged to regulate public transport such as RTO ,SPV , traffic police , ULB w.r.t. route rationalization , fare fixation , regulating permit should be elaborated . This part of the work would be carried out under stage 3 & stage 4 of the project Stage 3 - Draft Final Report (Policy Reforms and Procurement) Stage 4 - Final Report (Implementation, O&M and handover 5 a) Requisite frequency of public transport mode for sustainable operation and required viability gap funding should be detailed out. b) Type of mode (size) and fleet size for different clusters should be specifically spelled out. c) Operations plan carrying CapEx and OpEx wrt financial viability of buses should be detailed out. The detailed financial and operation plan (FOP) contains all this information in detail: Frequency/Headway, Fleet size and type, CapEx, OpEx & Grant
    143. 143. 143 DETAILED PROJECT REPORT (DPR) STAGE 2 - INTERIM PRESENTATION Comments and Clarifications (2) S No. Comments Incorporated in the interim version 6 In case of non-viability of mode specified by GoI, alternative analysis should be done and viable mode for that city including financial operational plan (FOP) should be detailed out. Fleet type assessment has been conducted as per the individual This has been incorporated in the individual towns along with all the relevant traffic and transportation issues. 7 City specific photographs such as roads, intersections, existing and proposed bus stand and other ancillary structures should be portrayed in the presentation. Pictures has been shown in the respective city chapters 8 Model on the basis of which bus system is proposed should be detailed out. Net cost model has been proposed for the cities
    144. 144. 144 DETAILED PROJECT REPORT (DPR) STAGE 2 - INTERIM PRESENTATION Roles and Responsibility S No. Parameter Role / Responsibility 1 Fare fixation  RTA (Regional Transport Authority) was responsible earlier. Divisional commissioner used to perform RTA duty  Now this duty has been given to DTC (Deputy Transport Commissioner) 2 Permit Issue  Temporary permits are issued by RTO (regional Transport office)  Permanent permits are issued by DTC (Deputy Transport commissioner) 3 Route Rationalization Plan  RRP formulated by transport department  Application to RTO  RTO sends this to Deputy Transport commissioner  Commissioner Transport  Commissioner Transport notifies route  Then, plan comes into implementation  This is a very lengthy procedure 4 ULB  Operates Buses  Manages and install traffic and street infrastructure 5 RTO  RRP  Temporary permits 6 DTC  Fare fixation  Permanent permits 7 Components of ITS  PIS (Passenger Information system)  PAS (Passenger Announcement system)  CCTV Surveillance cameras  Origin-Destination Display board  GPS based AVLS (automatic vehicle location system)
    145. 145. 145 DETAILED PROJECT REPORT (DPR) STAGE 2 - INTERIM PRESENTATION Reforms to be carried out in next stages of the project (stage 3 & 4)  UMTA (Urban Municipal Transport Authority)  SPV (Special Purpose Vehicle) for the identified cities  DUTF (Dedicated Urban Transport Fund)  Parking Policies  TOD (transit Oriented Development) policy  Advertisement Policy  Fare Integration  Common Transport Policy for the state (under NUTP 2006)
    146. 146. RECOMMENDATIONS
    147. 147. 147 DETAILED PROJECT REPORT (DPR) STAGE 2 - INTERIM PRESENTATION Recommendations and further steps  UADD has taken a very important step by identifying 20 cities in MP for having a sustainable organized public transport system (bus procurement and further steps in Stage 3 & 4) but it should also be noted that out of 8000 buses (out of total 10000 buses, 2000 are reserved for hilly and NE states), already around 4000 buses has been allocated. So it is recommend that the DPR reports should be submitted as soon as possible to the MoUD for review and allocation of funds as the bus allocated is on ‘first come first serve basis’.  It is recommend that cities above 1 lakh population should have a Comprehensive Mobility Plan (CMP). At present out of 10 cities under Package 1 only Indore & Ujjain have a CMP.  Unorganized transport (IPT modes such as Minibuses), at present, are competing against the organized bus system in Indore and Ujjain, thus reducing the financial viability. It is recommend that all these should come under umbrella of the Special Purpose Vehicle (SPV)  It is recommend that a further Detailed Project Report (DPR) should be prepared for ancillary infrastructure development.  A special ‘Project Management Unit’ (PMU) should be setup under UADD in order to facilitate the bus procurement and implementation project  To avoid conflict and multiplicity of authorities in decision making, city level Unified Metropolitan Transport Council (UMTC) should be constituted as soon as possible.
    148. 148. 148 DETAILED PROJECT REPORT (DPR) STAGE 2 - INTERIM PRESENTATION Question & Answers Q& A  1.  2.  3.  4.

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