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KOHIMA, CAPITAL CITY OF NAGALAND
NAGALAND: NORTH-EASTERN STATE OF INDIA
LAND SLIDE: ROAD CONDITIONS
MAN-MADE DAMAGE TO THE ENVIRONMENT
HAPHAZARD CONSTRUCTION OVER AGES
UNPLANNED SETTLEMENT
NO SPACE FOR PLAY GROUNDS
CLEAN ROOF TOPS AFTER ARRIVAL OF METRO CABLE
ROUTE PLAN: KOHIMA METRO CABLE
HUBS OF ACTIVITY: NEW SECRETARIATE
SCIENCE COLLEGE
SIESMOLOGICAL SENSITIVE ZONES
KOHIMA METRO CABLE NETWORK OPTION
(Maximum Spanning Tree – LEFT & Minimum Spanning Tree – RIGHT)
DRAFT PROPOSAL TO GOVT. OF NAGALAND
A
B
F
E
D
C
G
H
J
PHASING OF METRO CABLE PROJECT
SITE PROPOSAL STATIONS, SEGMENTS & PHASING
SCOPE OF ADDITIONAL PROGRAMS
LOCATION: STATION ‘A’ SECRETARIATE
STATION ‘A’ : PLOT AREA SECRETARIAT
ROUTE BETWEEN ‘A’ & ‘B’ STATIONS:
LOCATION: STATION ‘B’ HIGH SCHOOL
STATION ‘B’ : PLOT AREA HIGH SCHOOL
LOCATION: STATION ‘C’ OLD SECRETARIATE
STATION ‘C’ : PLOT AREA OLD SECRETARIATE
ROUTE/TERRAIN BETWEEN STN. ‘B’ & STN. ‘C’
LOCATION: STATION ‘D’ : POLICE HQs
STATION ‘d’ : PLOT AREA POLICE HQs
ROUTE/TERRAIN BETWEEN STATIONS ‘C’ & ‘D’
LOCATION: STATION ‘E’ MINISTER HILL
STATION ‘E’ : PLOT AREA MINISTER HILL
ROUTE/TERRAIN BETWEEN STATION S ‘D’ & ‘E’
LOCATION STATION ‘F’ : PLOT AREA Sc. COLLEGE
STATION ‘F’ : PLOT AREA Sc. COLLEGE
ROUTE/TERRAIN BETWEEN STATION S‘E’ & ‘F’
A. Phase - I Symbol Unit Length
1. High School - Old Secretariat B-C Km 2.90
2. Old Secretariat - Police HQ C-D Km 1.38
To...
Sl.No Parameters
STATIONS
High School
Old
Secretariat
Police Hq
1 Land Acquisition required No No No
2 Loss of Private lan...
ROUTING OF METRO CABLE
ROUTING METRO CABLE
STATIONS & TOWERS : METRO CABLE
STATION & CABLE CAR PARKING
0
500
1000
1500
2000
2500
3000
3500
4000
4500
6amto7am
7amto8am
8amto9am
9amto10am
10amto11am
11amto12pm
12pmto1pm
1pmto2p...
-
10,000
20,000
30,000
40,000
50,000
60,000
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15
Ridership
Year of Operation
Trip Origin Destination First Year Ridership Fifteenth Year Ridership
High School to Police HQ 29,440 36,160
High School t...
LAND USE Area (Ha) Percent
Residential 533.6 7.85
Commercial 16.83 0.25
Administrative 3065 45.07
Industrial 2.4 0.04
Recr...
Facts & Figures Bus
Governing Body Private operators
Operating Time
8:00 –17:00 hrs
Fleet size 96
Fleet utilization 66
Tot...
MEANS OF TRANSPORT
UPHILL
[G CO2/PKM]
PLANE
[G CO2/PKM]
Car - diesel >2 l piston capacity 604,14 192,40
Car - gasoline > 2...
PROJECT ACTIVITY ANTICIPATED POSITIVE EFFECT ANTICIPATED NEGATIVE EFFECT
 Introduction of Metro Cable
car system
 Provis...
Assumptions
In order to assess the overall financial viability of the project, certain logical assumptions have been
made....
S. No. Cost Head Amount (INR)
1 System components 18288,57,455
2 Rotatable spares (1 year) 1956,87,748
3 Demolition / Comp...
S. No. O&M Cost Head Initial Year
(INR Crores)
Fifteenth Year
(INR Crores)
1 Power Expenses 5.61 9.10
2 Operating Expenses...
TRIP ORIGIN DESTINATION RIDERSHIP DISTANCE (KM) REVENUE (INR)
High School to Police HQ 29,440 4.28 8,19,021
High School to...
Scenario 1: Without JnNURM Grant
Following rate of return values depict the rate of return on the
project without the JnNU...
Sl.No Parameters
Station
High School
Old
Secretariat
Police
Hq
1 Area available ( Sq.m) 5565 2685 1844
2
Area required for...
Sl. No. Location Type of Node Description
1 Phool Bari Commercial
Center
The retail andwholesaleareaof
town
2 NST, High Sc...
70.49%
10.64%
6.59%
3.17%
0.01%
9.10%
CAR
BUS
TRUCKS
LCV
TRACTOR
NMT
TRAFFIC COMPOSITIONS, LASA 2006
NAME OF LINK / SECTION AVERAGE JOURNEY SPEED (KMPH)
South(Chainage186 onNH-39)-North(High School junction on NH 61)
Chaina...
Trip Purpose by Taxi (Location-Wise)
TRIP PURPOSE BY TAXI(Location-Wise)
PEAK TIME TRAFFIC
NON-PEAK HOUR TRAFFIC
MANAGEMENT STRUCTURE : KOHIMA METRO CABLE
STATION ‘B’ : PLATFORM PLAN
STATION ‘B’ : SECTION ‘A’ & ‘B’
STATION ‘C’ : PLATFORM PLAN
STATION ‘C’ : SECTION ‘A’ & ‘B’
STATION ‘D’ : PLATFORM PLAN
STATION ‘D’ : SECTION ‘A’ & ‘B’
WORKSHOP CABLE CAR SHIMLA PRESENTATION FINAL 26 JUN 2014_Dr Toshimanen Ozukum
WORKSHOP CABLE CAR SHIMLA PRESENTATION FINAL 26 JUN 2014_Dr Toshimanen Ozukum
WORKSHOP CABLE CAR SHIMLA PRESENTATION FINAL 26 JUN 2014_Dr Toshimanen Ozukum
WORKSHOP CABLE CAR SHIMLA PRESENTATION FINAL 26 JUN 2014_Dr Toshimanen Ozukum
WORKSHOP CABLE CAR SHIMLA PRESENTATION FINAL 26 JUN 2014_Dr Toshimanen Ozukum
WORKSHOP CABLE CAR SHIMLA PRESENTATION FINAL 26 JUN 2014_Dr Toshimanen Ozukum
WORKSHOP CABLE CAR SHIMLA PRESENTATION FINAL 26 JUN 2014_Dr Toshimanen Ozukum
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WORKSHOP CABLE CAR SHIMLA PRESENTATION FINAL 26 JUN 2014
Dr Toshimanen Ozukum

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WORKSHOP CABLE CAR SHIMLA PRESENTATION FINAL 26 JUN 2014_Dr Toshimanen Ozukum

  1. 1. KOHIMA, CAPITAL CITY OF NAGALAND
  2. 2. NAGALAND: NORTH-EASTERN STATE OF INDIA
  3. 3. LAND SLIDE: ROAD CONDITIONS
  4. 4. MAN-MADE DAMAGE TO THE ENVIRONMENT
  5. 5. HAPHAZARD CONSTRUCTION OVER AGES
  6. 6. UNPLANNED SETTLEMENT
  7. 7. NO SPACE FOR PLAY GROUNDS
  8. 8. CLEAN ROOF TOPS AFTER ARRIVAL OF METRO CABLE
  9. 9. ROUTE PLAN: KOHIMA METRO CABLE
  10. 10. HUBS OF ACTIVITY: NEW SECRETARIATE
  11. 11. SCIENCE COLLEGE
  12. 12. SIESMOLOGICAL SENSITIVE ZONES
  13. 13. KOHIMA METRO CABLE NETWORK OPTION (Maximum Spanning Tree – LEFT & Minimum Spanning Tree – RIGHT)
  14. 14. DRAFT PROPOSAL TO GOVT. OF NAGALAND
  15. 15. A B F E D C G H J PHASING OF METRO CABLE PROJECT
  16. 16. SITE PROPOSAL STATIONS, SEGMENTS & PHASING
  17. 17. SCOPE OF ADDITIONAL PROGRAMS
  18. 18. LOCATION: STATION ‘A’ SECRETARIATE
  19. 19. STATION ‘A’ : PLOT AREA SECRETARIAT
  20. 20. ROUTE BETWEEN ‘A’ & ‘B’ STATIONS:
  21. 21. LOCATION: STATION ‘B’ HIGH SCHOOL
  22. 22. STATION ‘B’ : PLOT AREA HIGH SCHOOL
  23. 23. LOCATION: STATION ‘C’ OLD SECRETARIATE
  24. 24. STATION ‘C’ : PLOT AREA OLD SECRETARIATE
  25. 25. ROUTE/TERRAIN BETWEEN STN. ‘B’ & STN. ‘C’
  26. 26. LOCATION: STATION ‘D’ : POLICE HQs
  27. 27. STATION ‘d’ : PLOT AREA POLICE HQs
  28. 28. ROUTE/TERRAIN BETWEEN STATIONS ‘C’ & ‘D’
  29. 29. LOCATION: STATION ‘E’ MINISTER HILL
  30. 30. STATION ‘E’ : PLOT AREA MINISTER HILL
  31. 31. ROUTE/TERRAIN BETWEEN STATION S ‘D’ & ‘E’
  32. 32. LOCATION STATION ‘F’ : PLOT AREA Sc. COLLEGE
  33. 33. STATION ‘F’ : PLOT AREA Sc. COLLEGE
  34. 34. ROUTE/TERRAIN BETWEEN STATION S‘E’ & ‘F’
  35. 35. A. Phase - I Symbol Unit Length 1. High School - Old Secretariat B-C Km 2.90 2. Old Secretariat - Police HQ C-D Km 1.38 Total (A) 4.28 B. Phase - II 3. Secretariat - High School A-B Km 1.71 4. Police HQ - Minister Hill D-E Km 0.87 5. Minister Hill - Science College E-F Km 1.91 Total (B) 4.49 Total (A + B) 8.77 SUMMARY OF THE METRO CABLE PROJECT
  36. 36. Sl.No Parameters STATIONS High School Old Secretariat Police Hq 1 Land Acquisition required No No No 2 Loss of Private land No No No 3 Loss of Government Land Yes Yes Yes 4 Loss of Community Land No No No 5 Any Encroachment Yes No No 6 Loss of livelihood None None None 7 Number of HHs likely to be affected 10 None None 8 Number of Structures likely to be affected 1 private building None 2 Govt buildings 9 Number of trees likely to be affected 7-10 small trees about 100 trees None 10 Loss of Common Properties/ Resources (CPR) School Playground 11 Any Public amenities to be affected Toilet block None ATM /toilet and Taxi stand 12 Any form of stakeholders consultation conducted No No No RESETTLEMENT IMPACT AT THE THREE LOCATIONS
  37. 37. ROUTING OF METRO CABLE
  38. 38. ROUTING METRO CABLE
  39. 39. STATIONS & TOWERS : METRO CABLE
  40. 40. STATION & CABLE CAR PARKING
  41. 41. 0 500 1000 1500 2000 2500 3000 3500 4000 4500 6amto7am 7amto8am 8amto9am 9amto10am 10amto11am 11amto12pm 12pmto1pm 1pmto2pm 2pmto3pm 3pmto4pm 4pmtp5pm 5pmto6pm 6pmto7pm 7pmto8pm SystemRidership Hour of the Day SYSTEM RIDERSHIP DURING THE DAY
  42. 42. - 10,000 20,000 30,000 40,000 50,000 60,000 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 Ridership Year of Operation
  43. 43. Trip Origin Destination First Year Ridership Fifteenth Year Ridership High School to Police HQ 29,440 36,160 High School to Old Secretariat 7,360 9,040 Old Secretariat to Police HQ 7,360 9,040 Total Ridership 44,160 54,240 DISTRIBUTION OF DAILY RIDERSHIP BETWEEN STATIONS
  44. 44. LAND USE Area (Ha) Percent Residential 533.6 7.85 Commercial 16.83 0.25 Administrative 3065 45.07 Industrial 2.4 0.04 Recreational 3.37 0.05 Transportation 4.6 0.07 Paramilitary Forces, Nagaland Police 36.7 0.54 Agricultural land use 208.63 3.07 Cremation Ground, Burial grounds and water bodies 3.56 0.05 Jhum cultivation 28.6 0.42 Conservation Area 2897.5 42.61 Total 6,801 100.00 KOHIMA MASTER PLAN AREA, LAND USE 2001
  45. 45. Facts & Figures Bus Governing Body Private operators Operating Time 8:00 –17:00 hrs Fleet size 96 Fleet utilization 66 Total Route Length 13 km No. of routes 12 No. ofStops/stands 10 Average distance between stop 2.5 km Daily Ridership(pass/day) 16,500 Trips in peak period 59% of total ridership Capacity(seating/Veh) 20-30 Availability of PT per 10000 0.55 Avg.Age of Vehicle 12 years SUMMARY OF PRIVATE BUS IN KOHIMA
  46. 46. MEANS OF TRANSPORT UPHILL [G CO2/PKM] PLANE [G CO2/PKM] Car - diesel >2 l piston capacity 604,14 192,40 Car - gasoline > 2 l piston capacity 780,60 248,60 Electric train n.a. 30,00 Regular bus 120,89 38,50 Ropeways San Agustin (winter 100%) 28,58 23,07 Ropeways San Agustin (summer 100%) 23,41 18,16 ENVIRONMENT IMPACT ASSESSMENT
  47. 47. PROJECT ACTIVITY ANTICIPATED POSITIVE EFFECT ANTICIPATED NEGATIVE EFFECT  Introduction of Metro Cable car system  Provision of commercial activities within the station area  Requirement of land for storage of construction materials  Reduction in carbon emissions  Better urban transport planning  Reduction in internal vehicular traffic congestion  The immediate direct economic impacts include employment during construction and operation phase  Better urban economic, environmental and living conditions  More employment generation and economic development through Transit oriented commercial development  Due to the proposed Cable station at three locations, number of households residing nearby may be affected during construction phase  Impacts related to land acquisition like loss of livelihood; house or property will be minimized through adequate compensation.  The affected people need to be compensated as per the project entitlement framework. GENERAL SOCIO ECONOMIC IMPACT KOHIMA METRO CABLE
  48. 48. Assumptions In order to assess the overall financial viability of the project, certain logical assumptions have been made. These are: •The gestation period of the project has been assumed to be 2 years from the date of availability of funds. •Contingencies for the project have been assumed at the rate of 3%. •Operational hours of the Metro Cable post operation have been assumed to be 14 hours per day. •It is assumed that the cable car would be running 365 days a year. •The initial fare has been fixed at the rate of Rs. 6.50 per Km and has been escalated at the rate of 15% every five years. •Power expenses have been assumed to be 15% of the Revenue. •Operating expenses have been assumed @ 5% of the initial project cost, increasing at the rate of 2% every year. •Maintenance expenses have been assumed to be 1% of the initial project cost escalating at the rate of 5% every year. •Depreciation has been provided based on SLV method assuming the project life to be 50 years. •It is assumed that there would be no income tax liability for the first 10 years on account of tax holiday. ASSUMPTIONS : KOHIMA METRO CABLEW
  49. 49. S. No. Cost Head Amount (INR) 1 System components 18288,57,455 2 Rotatable spares (1 year) 1956,87,748 3 Demolition / Compensation 450,00,000 4 Civil Work 3403,83,765 5 Stations 10795,15,155 6 Project development/Supervision 2536,68,750 7 Project Consultancy-5% 1871,55,644 8 Preoperative Expenses 180,00,000 9 Insurance 250,00,000 10 Contingency -3% 1191,98,055 Total 40924,66,571 PROJECT COST ESTIMATES
  50. 50. S. No. O&M Cost Head Initial Year (INR Crores) Fifteenth Year (INR Crores) 1 Power Expenses 5.61 9.10 2 Operating Expenses 20.46 27.00 3 Maintenance 4.09 8.10 4 Major Maintenance 0.00 6.14 5 Insurance 2.00 2.64 6 Contingencies 0.96 1.59 Total 33.13 54.58 ANNUAL O&M COSTS : KOHIMA METRO CABLE
  51. 51. TRIP ORIGIN DESTINATION RIDERSHIP DISTANCE (KM) REVENUE (INR) High School to Police HQ 29,440 4.28 8,19,021 High School to Old Secretariat 7,360 2.90 1,38,736 Old Secretariat to Police HQ 7,360 1.38 66,019 Total 44,160 10,23,776 TRIP ORIGIN DESTINATION RIDERSHIP DISTANCE (KM) REVENUE (INR) High School to Police HQ 36,160 4.28 13,30,977 High School to Old Secretariat 9,040 2.90 2,25,458 Old Secretariat to Police HQ 9,040 1.38 1,07,287 Total 54,240 16,63,722 AVERAGE DAILY REVENUE FOR OF OPERATIONS AVERAGE DAILY REVENUE FOR OF OPERATIONS
  52. 52. Scenario 1: Without JnNURM Grant Following rate of return values depict the rate of return on the project without the JnNURM grant. •Economic Rate of Return (EIRR): (-) 6.32% •Financial Rate of Return (FIRR): (-) 7.28% Scenario 2: With JnNURM Grant With the introduction of 90% grant to the project by JnNURM, the rate of return improves significantly •Economic Rate of Return (EIRR): (+) 21.59% •Financial Rate of Return (FIRR): (+) 20.96% FINANCIAL VIABILITY: KOHIMA METRO CABLE
  53. 53. Sl.No Parameters Station High School Old Secretariat Police Hq 1 Area available ( Sq.m) 5565 2685 1844 2 Area required for construction ( Sq.m) 2234 1820 3242 4 Demolition/Acquisition Area ( Sq.m) 482 2085 SUMMERY OF LAND REQUIRED AT THREE LOCATIONS
  54. 54. Sl. No. Location Type of Node Description 1 Phool Bari Commercial Center The retail andwholesaleareaof town 2 NST, High School Jn, P.R.Hill Jn,Razhu junction, BOC, and Traffic Terminals/ intersections Regional Bus Terminal ,Major city Bus stops, Taxi stands 3 High school, Science school, MLA hostel, Transportcomm.office,A. G.Point &NagaHospital Educational, Health and Work Center Include activities, Hospital, Educational centers, and institutional 4 Capital Complex Majorwork center Major administrative center of the state FUNCTIONS OF EXISTING TRANSPORT NODES
  55. 55. 70.49% 10.64% 6.59% 3.17% 0.01% 9.10% CAR BUS TRUCKS LCV TRACTOR NMT TRAFFIC COMPOSITIONS, LASA 2006
  56. 56. NAME OF LINK / SECTION AVERAGE JOURNEY SPEED (KMPH) South(Chainage186 onNH-39)-North(High School junction on NH 61) Chainage stone 186 on NH-39-CRPF camp Near Lerie 24 CRPF camp to A.G point 17 A.GpointTo P.R hill 17 P.R.HillJunction toPWD Junction 10 P.W.D to TCP gate Junction 24 T.C.Pgate Junction to Razhu Junction 14 RazhuJunction-P. Point 20 P. Point to High School Junction 17 North-South High School Junction-P. Point 25 P. Point-RazhuJunction 10 RazhuJunction-to-T.C.PgateJunction 10 T.C.Pgate Junction-PWD Junction 24 PWDJunction-P.R.HillJunction 20 P.R.HillJunction-A.GpointJunction 17 A.GpointJunction-CRPF camp 21 TRAVEL SPEED ALONG MAIN ARTERIAL ROAD
  57. 57. Trip Purpose by Taxi (Location-Wise) TRIP PURPOSE BY TAXI(Location-Wise)
  58. 58. PEAK TIME TRAFFIC
  59. 59. NON-PEAK HOUR TRAFFIC
  60. 60. MANAGEMENT STRUCTURE : KOHIMA METRO CABLE
  61. 61. STATION ‘B’ : PLATFORM PLAN
  62. 62. STATION ‘B’ : SECTION ‘A’ & ‘B’
  63. 63. STATION ‘C’ : PLATFORM PLAN
  64. 64. STATION ‘C’ : SECTION ‘A’ & ‘B’
  65. 65. STATION ‘D’ : PLATFORM PLAN
  66. 66. STATION ‘D’ : SECTION ‘A’ & ‘B’

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