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Surat BRTS - Abhijit Lokre

  1. 1. Surat Bus Rapid Transit SystemAbhijit Lokre, Associate Professor / Faculty of Planning, Centreof Excellence in Urban Transport, CEPT University,Ahmedabad
  2. 2. Surat Bus Rapid Transit SystemApril 2013An Initiative of :SURAT MUNICIPAL CORPORATIONAbhijit Lokre / Associate Professor / Faculty of PlanningCentre of Excellence in Urban Transport, CEPT University, Ahmedabad
  3. 3. Surat today• Population - 45.85 Lakhs (2011)• Municipal Area – 326.51 sqkm• 2nd largest city in Gujarat• 9th largest city in India• Large Migrant Population-56 % of the city’s population-80% of those living in squatter settlements-50% Migrants from other states• Manufacturing City: (Diamond & Textiles)- 42 % of the world’s total rough diamond cutting andpolishing- 70 % of the nation’s total rough diamond cutting andpolishing- 40 % of the nation’s total diamond exports- 40 % of the nation’s total man made fabric production-18 % of the nation’s total man made fibre exportSuratDelhi Mumbai Industrial Corridor
  4. 4. Surat With No Public Transport
  5. 5. Challenge for Surat to create Sustainable High Quality Public TransportSurat with Limited Public Transport
  6. 6. • Rapid Growth – 38 lakh population• High City Mobility – 38 lakh Passengertrips per day• Inadequacies in the road network•Incomplete Road Network•Missing Hierarchy•Lack of uniformity In ROW•Constraints – River, Canal, Khadi, RailwayLineMobility Challenges• Inadequate Public Transport3-Wheelers act As Public Transit (7-9 lakh trips)100 buses introduced recently (45 000 trips)• Intrusion Of Regional Goods And PassengerVehicles Into The Cities• High Road Fatalities• Congestion• Sensitive Air Quality
  7. 7. Corridor Assessment• Traffic Generators/ Destinations• Socio- Economic Factors• Travel Demand• Factors affecting BRTS implementation:Critical Consideration:Post Improvement Service Quality (perceived) - DifferentUser Groups• Nobody should be facing worsening situation• Existing Private Vehicle users – Must at least receive samelevel of service. Preferably improved level of service• Mass transit Users – Must receive substantially improvequality of service
  8. 8. Existing RoadsProposed RoadsLegend:HaziraIndustrialEstateAirportSuratRly. stnAmroliSarthanaSachinGIDCProposed ring roadnetwork – 110 kms.Proposed radial roadnetwork – 215 kms.Future road network(2035)Existing river bridges- 7Proposed river bridges7 +1 wideningExisting RuB- 7Existing RoB - 4Proposed RoB/RuB - 15Structuring urban road networkPROPOSALSdetails
  9. 9. SURAT BRTSPhase 1
  10. 10. Wide RoadsSelecting Network in Phase 1 - Wide Roads
  11. 11. No RoadsSelecting Network - No Roads
  12. 12. Selecting Network - Slum Upgradation
  13. 13. TRANSIT VOLUMES07-06-11 01:16MODULE: 6.22CEPTUNIV....kpEMME/2 PROJECT: UTP MODEL FOR AHMEDABAD IPTS PROJECTSCENARIO :2000 Year 2000-base year modelWINDOW:91247/ -15779113441/866.513LINKS:type=2TRANSIT LINES:r1 r11r12 r2r3 r4r5 r6r7 r8r95000040000300002000010000SCALE: 400030881150542021318445054353338173161773011189351571843425243198792689978654811140994017169631841888591453413750188725791051115923118331578854607113881350224443889215920102091998617669255221640629171205281644574224648582365320534154682196019487784419662445317196230848410104132536723229199294370081772837932214902300610294165911418316839166401851815532226951454919913 10262180381673616802652625820384265629132301026718664149932498418081144481984993348677467324852639032048320949 14819538145864817011Demand on existing road (without canal road) Demand on existing road (with canal road)BRT DemandSelecting Network – Canal Road BRTSCreating new opportunitiesDemand follows Supply
  14. 14. SURAT BRTS NETWORK – Phase 1+2+3PHASE 1• Year of Sanction 2008• Start Year of implementation – 2009• Phase 1 Corridors – 30 km Corridor 1 (10 km) Completion date – 2013 Corridor 2 (20 km) Completion date – 2014PHASE 2PHASE 3• Network length - 42 kms• Network length - 30 kms`Kosad EWSValakSarthanaSimadaMagob citylimitGajera junc.Dabholi charrastaJahangirpuraAdajanpatiaPalDumas resortONGCDaksheshwarSt. Thomasschool junc.AnuwratDwar.ChowkBhagalKatargamRailwayStationUdhanaDarwazaAaimataKharwarnagarHirabaugAmroliParvat patiya11233455969710A10A8888810BSachinSachinGIDCElevatedcorridor`Kosad EWSValak Junc.SarthanaSimadaMagob citylimitGajera junc.Dabholi charrastaDaksheshwarChowkBhagalKatargamRailwayStationUdhanaDarwazaAaimataKharwarnagarHirabaugAmroliParvat patiya3455969710A10A8888810BSachinSachinGIDC- Phase I-Phase II- Phase III- Phase IVLEGEND- Major JunctionsElevatedcorridorPHASE 4• 3.5 km long elevated corridorconnecting railway station and citycenter
  15. 15. Public Transport CoverageBRT Network Length: 102 km.Feeder Network Length: 157 km.Total PT Network Length: 250 km.Built up coverage: 80%Total Built up area: 166 sqkm.Built up covered: 133 sqkmSURAT BRTS NETWORK COVERAGE
  16. 16. Wide RoadsPhase 1 – Work StatusCORRIDOR 1Udhna Sachin (10 km)• Road work - Scheduled to becompleted and operational by May,2013• Prototype Bus Stop completed• 19 bus stops under construction –Scheduled to be completed andoperational by May, 2013CORRIDOR 2Canal Corridor (20 km)• Canal edge lining work underconstruction• Road work under construction• Bus stops tender uploadedLegendBRTS Phase 1 network(30.5 kms.)BRTS Phase 2+3 network(72 kms.)
  17. 17. 50 Bus Stations (Phase 1 – 30 kms.)75 Bus Stations (Phase 2 – 42 kms.)59 Bus Stations (Phase 3 – 30 kms.)500-600 meter spacingSitilink - Transit Line diagram
  18. 18. Phase 1 - Ongoing Work at Udhana Sachin corridor
  19. 19. Phase 1 - Ongoing Work at Udhana Sachin corridor
  20. 20. Phase 1 - Ongoing Work at Canal RoadCanal edge work in progressWorking days 7-10 days in a Month – due to flowof water by Irrigation dept.
  21. 21. Phase 1 StatusPrototype Bus Station Completed Prototype Bus Station CompletedActivity Area Trees retained along Footpath
  22. 22. BRTS Bus Station Prototype Implemented
  23. 23. Phase 1 Status : 19 Bus stations nearing Completion
  24. 24. Phase 1 Status : 19 Bus stations nearing Completion
  25. 25. BRTS Bus Station along Canal
  26. 26. Fuel stationBus parking areaDrivers facility• WorkshopStaff parking area AndFire exitServicesWorker’sfacilityBus parking areaGeneralInspectionBRTS Workshop & Depot facility:Under Construction at Bhestan
  27. 27. SURAT BRTSBRTS Facilities – Workshop, depots, Drivers’ FacilityBRTS Interchange station, BRTS Control Centre
  28. 28. Under Construction (Phase I)Plot to be finalized from SMC for Phase IPlot to be finalized from SMC for Phase II2.5Km distance to reach origin of BRTRouteKosadJahingirpuraDumas Resort(TP 65 Vesu- Bharthana- Althan)Plot to be reviewed and allottedBhestanSaroli City LimitMagob(TP 53- Magob –Dumbhal Draft)Plot to be reviewed and allottedValakPalStrategic location of workshop depot shall minimize deadkms. During start of oprations.Proposed location towards the starting point of routesScrutinize availability of plot within 2-5 kms.Proposed BRTS Bus Workshops & Depots
  29. 29. Workshop and depot at BhestanProposed BRTS Bus Workshops & Depots
  30. 30. • Drivers’ drive buses in criticalUrban traffic conditions• Responsible for Passenger safety• Lack of rest between trips andschedule often affects physicaland mental state• Basic facilities like drinking water,toilet facility, rest room proposedat end terminal locationsNeed for Drivers’ facility
  31. 31. JahangirpuraKosadValakMagobSachinONGC CircleDrivers’ facility and end terminal
  32. 32. Drivers’ facility and end terminal
  33. 33. HaziraGems &jewelryparkDiamondindustry/marketsSouth Guj.UniversitySurat Rly. stnApparelParkSachin GIDC KharwarnagarJunctionTextileMarketsPublic institutionsPandesaraGIDCAIRPORTRAILWAY LINEREGIONAL BUS TERMINALS(GSRTC)RAILWAY STATIONSBRTS PHASE I CORRIDORSUdhna Rly Stn.Utran Rly Stn.Transit Line DiagramBRTS Phase I CorridorsBRTS Interchange Station at KharwarnagarA MAJORTRANSFERSTATION!
  34. 34. Existing Traffic movement Proposed Traffic movementExisting and Proposed Traffic MovementsBRTS InterchangeStation
  35. 35. •3 bus bays per direction•Overtaking lanes•Interchange area•Common entry pointsBRT + BRTInterchangeTicketingPassengeraccessPaid areaEasy PassengertransfersBRTS Interchange at Kharwarnagar
  36. 36. BRTS Interchange at Kharwarnagar
  37. 37. BRTS Control Centre at KharwarnagarTender process in progressSitilink – Operations, Management and controlATCS control room
  38. 38. BRTS Control Centre at KharwarnagarSitilink Operations ControlAudio – Visual roomCall centreCard InitializationITS enabledATCS – Control room
  39. 39. SURAT BRTSOperations Plan
  40. 40. BRT NetworkFeeder NetworkPublic Transit Network
  41. 41. BRT Network:Speed: 23 km/hr.HDW: 5 min.Feeder Network:Speed: 18 km/hr.HDW: 10 minPass. Volume per DayBRT NetworkFeeder Network34000BRTS + Feeder Network Volumes
  42. 42. JahangirpuraPalONGC circleSachin GIDCMagobValakAmroliHirabazaarSuratRly StnDabholiKharwarnagarBRTS Routes – 11 trunk routes
  43. 43. SURAT BRTSInnovations in Transit Oriented DevelopmentDeveloping Public Spaces along BRTS
  44. 44. Existing canalBRT LanesBRT Interchange StationSplit FlyoversMixed traffic lanesPedestrian pathsAvailable plotsKharwarnagar junction design proposal15,889.62 sq.m.5525.18 sq.m.PARCEL APARCEL BPARCEL C3000 sq.m.Parcel A : TRANSIT HUB / Offices/ commercial/ retail/ hotels/restaurants/ entertainment zones- multiplexParcel B : BRT control station / Public parks / amphitheatreParcel C : Rehabilitation of project affected units
  45. 45. THE TWO PILLARS OF SURAT : THE TEXTILE AND DIAMOND INDUSTRYCONCEPT:THE PROGRESS OF SURAT IS HUGELY INDEBTED TO THE TWO MAIN STAY INDUSTRIES – THE TEXTILEAND THE DIAMOND – IN WHICH SURAT IS A GLOBAL POWER TO RECKON WITH. THE CONCEPT OF THEENTIRE PROJECT IS TO PAY TRIBUTE TO THE TWO INDUSTRIES AND THEREBY RECOGNISE ITSCONTRIBUTION IN MAKING SURAT ONE OF THE FASTEST DEVELOPING CITIES OF THE WORLD.THE FOLDS OF THE TEXTILE AND THE GLITTER OF THE POLISHED DIAMOND BECOME IMPORTANTELEMENTS IN THE CREATION OF THIS ICONIC BUILDING OF SURAT WHICH SHALL ASPIRE TO BECOMETHE ULTIMATE PUBLIC DESTINATION IN THE CITY OF SURAT.Concept – The Hub
  46. 46. STAR RATEDHOTELHI-ENDRESTAURANTOFFICESOFFICESHELIPADRETAILSRETAILSOFFICE PARKING /VISITOR’S PARKINGMID DAY BRTSBUS PARKINGPROPOSED FLYOVER BRIDGEPUBLIC ENTRYTO THEPARKINGAMPHITHEATREBRTSCONTROLCENTRELINEAR CIRCULATIONCONNECTING PARCEL AAND PARCEL BRECREATIONAL PARKOUT DOOR FOODCOURTUNDULATINGLANDSCAPE WITHPATHWAY AND SITTINGMULTIPLEX,ENTERTAINMENTZONE, PUBLICLIBRARY, ZONEOFFICE FOR SMCEXCLUSIVERETAILSBRTINTERCHANGEThe project components..
  47. 47. 3D SIMULATED VIEW
  48. 48. • Public space create attraction points forpeople to gather• Creating opportunities for people forrecreation and leisure• Public Parks, Childrens’ play areas, kiosks,Sculptural and playful street furniture• Induce riderships for BRTDeveloping Public Spaces along BRTS
  49. 49. Veer NarmadSouth GujaratUniversityAgriculture UniversityGovt.MedicalCollegeAnjana Sewagetreatment PlantAnuvrat DwarKharwarnagarLakePilot stretchesPilot stretchesDeveloping Public Spaces along BRTSSVNIT Surat• Identifying and Connecting Open spaces• Institutional areas become less inhabited afterworking hours• Activating street edges as public space – Creatingnew opportunities
  50. 50. BRTS Bus ShelterInformal sittingMixedTraffic LaneBRTS Bus ShelterGreen PublicSpaces AlongBRTS CorridorInformal sittingSVNITVeer Narmad South GujaratUniversityExhibition SpaceExhibition SpaceMixedTraffic LaneDeveloping Public Spaces along BRTS
  51. 51. BRTS LaneInformalSittingInformalSittingInformalSittingExhibition SpaceExhibition SpaceMounds
  52. 52. Informal sittingChildren’s play areaKioskPaved AraePaved AraePaved AraeBRTS Corridor along CanalDeveloping Public Spaces along BRTS
  53. 53. Thank you

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