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Station Accessibility Plan(SAP) for Vijaynagar Metro Station by RK

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Station Accessibility Plan for Vijayanagar (Bengaluru) Metro Station

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Station Accessibility Plan(SAP) for Vijaynagar Metro Station by RK

  1. 1. STATION ACCESSIBILITY PLAN STUDY AREA - VIJAYNAGAR, BENGALURU, KARNATAKA SUMMER INTERNSHIP 2015 Mentors : Yougal Tak Sonal Kulkarni Ragini Nagisetty Project Team: Ramkrishna J Shivuprasad G Srinivas B V Keerthi G B
  2. 2. SAP is to be prepared within the overall framework of the National Urban Transport Policy (2006). PRIME FOCUS – • equitable allocation of road space with people, rather than vehicles • encourage greater use of public transport and non- motorized modes. • Safe access to station. ABOUT STATION ACCESSIBILITY PLAN – PROJECT BREIF AIM - • To encourage sustainable modes of transport by integrating walking, bicycling, public transport and intermediate public transport (IPT). OBJECTIVES - • Ensure seamless connectivity between the metro and other modes of transport • Improve non-motorized access to the metro station & surrounding areas • Propose DCR to facilitate TOD and non-motorized access Why is Safe Access important? What does it cover? • Pedestrian & Bicyclists- NMT Prioritization • Multimodal Integration • First and Last mile connectivity • Minimize Traffic conflicts- pedestrian & vehicular • Upgraded infrastructure facilities VIJAYNAGAR METRO STATION ENTRANCE BANGLORE METRO RAIL ALIGNMENT – PHASE I BMRCL is working on Phase-I which is divided into 4 reaches. Our Project comes under Reach-2 (Mysore Road- Magadi Road).
  3. 3. GLIMPSES OF VIJAYNAGAR METRO STATION
  4. 4. LOCATION AND CONTEXT ANALYSIS Population of Bangalore city - 5.67 million (2001) 8.6 million (2011) Vijaynagar metro station is located on Magadi Chord Road on western part of the city. It is mainly surrounded by residential area including institutions, health centers, commercial centers and Vijaynagar TTMC. Project area is accessed by only one arterial road i.e. Magadi Chord Road. Other major roads are: • 1st Main Rd. • 5 th Main Rd. • 22nd Main Rd. • Marenahalli Road Study Area includes 7 wards namely 104, 105, 123, 124, 125, 126, 133. POPULATION OF STUDY AREA - 84034 TOTAL STUDY AREA - 2sq.km
  5. 5. METHODOLOGY Station area delineation and data collection •Building heights •Built use •Road Character •Street furniture Digitisation of land use map & related data •Softwares- GIS, AutoCAD Existing condition analysis via maps and sample size estimation for HH& opinion survey Population Estimation Passenger B/A Data for Metro Station H.H Survey •OD & Trip purpose •Mode choice •Waiting time •Income /expenditure •Vehicle ownership •Accessibility Issue Data analysis & preliminary recommendation • Enforcement • Management • Planning Detailed designs Software's- SketchUP, AutoCAD Documentation of report •Softwares- Microsoft Word Microsoft Power point Adobe Illustrator OD & Trip purpose Opinion Survey •Pedestrian Cyclist
  6. 6. STUDY AREA DELINEATION
  7. 7. VIJAYNAGAR: EXISTING ROAD SECTION (40M) Arterial Road Section-40m road (near Bus Stand)
  8. 8. VIJAYNAGAR: EXISTING ROAD SECTION 12M Collector Road Section- 12m road (with on street parking)
  9. 9. VIJAYNAGAR: EXISTING ROAD SECTION 12M Collector Road Section- 12m road (with on street parking and encroachment)
  10. 10. VIJAYNAGAR: EXISTING ROAD SECTIONS Local Road Section- 9m and 6m road (with on street parking and encroachment)
  11. 11. VIJAYNAGAR 2015: ISSUES (COLLECTOR ROAD):12mROW •UNPAVED/BROKEN FOOTPATHS •HINDRANCE S IN THE FOOTPATHS •ILLEGAL ONSTREET PARKING AND ENCROACHMENTS
  12. 12. VIJAYNAGAR 2015: ISSUES (SERVICE ROAD A SERVICE ROAD: 8m ROW •ENCROACHMENTS RESULTING IN REDUCING THE ACTUAL ROW •ILLEGAL ON STREET PARKING •BROKEN, UNPAVED, DISCONTINUOUS FOOTPATHS 8.0 6.0
  13. 13. VIJAYNAGAR 2015: ISSUES (LOCAL ROAD):8mROW •ON STREET PARKING •SOLID WASTE DUMPING ON THE ROADS •NO FOOTPATHS AND UNCOVERED DRAINAGE •NO PROPER SURFACE BITUMEN COURSE
  14. 14. WARD NO. % OF AREA 104 60 105 5 123 33 124 50 125 80 126 30 133 25 VIJAYNAGAR: WARD DISTRIBUTION
  15. 15. VIJAYNAGAR: SAMPLE SELECTION TOTLAL POPULATION OF STUDY AREA- 84034 NO OF WARDS-7 SAMPLE SIZE- 3% of total population (2500 samples) Considering the population of the respective wards in the study area (CENSUS2011) further distribution of samples for each ward have been taken. WARD NO % DISTRIB UTION TOTAL NO OF SAMPLES NO OF SAMPLES (HIG) NO OF SAMPLES (MIG) NO OF SAMPLES (LIG) NO OF SAMPL ES (EWG) 104 19 480 134 195 125 7 105 2 50 21 21 7 0 123 16 400 123 162 89 2 124 22 550 199 224 102 2 125 20 500 152 234 105 4 126 11 275 91 116 57 3 133 10 250 75 105 60 0 PASSENGER PERCEPTION SURVEY SAMPLING DAILY BOARDING/ALIGHTING PASSENGERS FOR VIJAYNAGAR(2021) [DPR phase1] 69050 ppl PER HOUR BOARDING/ALIGHTING PASSENGERS 2877ppl CONSIDERING 5% SAMPLE SIZE 200 SAMPLES 104 123 124 133 125 126 105 PEDESTRIAN PERCEPTION SAMPLING Pedestrian 800 Cyclist 200
  16. 16. 2500 SAMPLES 1000 SAMPLES VIJAYNAGAR: SURVEY CLASSSIFICATION HOUSEHOLD SURVEYS OPINION SURVEYS 800 SAMPLES 200 SAMPLES pedestrians cyclists Safety Accessibility Modechoice Convenience Modal Split SatisfactionLevelAffordable Inclusiveness Road Condition Street Furniture Signages Comfort Feasibility User Friendly
  17. 17. VIJAYNAGAR: FORM SAMPLES( OPINION/ PERCEPTION) SOURCE- DULT
  18. 18. VIJAYNAGAR: FORM SAMPLES( HOUSEHOLD) SOURCE- DULT
  19. 19. VIJAYNAGAR: HOUSEHOLD SURVEY ANALYSIS(2500 SAMPLES) 41% 23% 18% 1% Source- primary survey 44% MIG Max Travel Distance- 120km 1% 23% 44% 33% Monthly Income EWG LIG MIG HIG < 5000 5000 - 25000 25000 - 50000 > 50000 AVG. TRIP LENGTH DISTANCE WORK TRIP 10.6 km EDUCATION TRIP 5.3 km SHOPPING TRIP 5.9 km 40% 23% 37% Trip distribution work education social/shopping 16% 1%
  20. 20. VIJAYNAGAR: HOUSEHOLD SURVEY ANALYSIS (2500 SAMPLES) 55% 45% 0% 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 60% M F Gender 17% 28% 44% 11% Age group distribution 0-18 18-30 30-60 Above 60 Dominant age group is 30-60
  21. 21. VIJAYNAGAR: HOUSEHOLD SURVEY ANALYSIS (2500 SAMPLES) 18% 25% 28% 29% unpaved broken discontinuous levels undulating 0% 10% 20% 30% 40% Bad condition of footpath 12% 59% 3% 26% 0% 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 60% 70% construction material Parking Hawkers Garbage Blocking of footpath Since, all the parameters of condition of footpath are almost in the same range. So, there is a need of equal improvement of all parameters. The blocking of footpath is mainly due to parking. So, there is a need of on street parking (i.e., parallel on street parking). Since, other type of parking will take more carriageway width.) • 30° parking - 4.66m • 45° parking - 5.31m
  22. 22. VIJAYNAGAR: HOUSEHOLD SURVEY ANALYSIS(2500 SAMPLES) 49% 22% 18% 10% 2% 15% 0% 37% 42% 5% 29% 31% 12% 25% 3% 0% 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 60% Bike Car bus walk auto Social/Shopping Education Work
  23. 23. VIJAYNAGAR: HOUSEHOLD SURVEY ANALYSIS (2500 Samples) Dominant age group-30-60 (44%) Dominant income group-MIG (44%) Source- primary survey 17% 28% 44% 11% Age group distribution 0-18 18-30 30-60 Above 60 1% 23% 44% 33% Income group distribution EWG <5000 LIG 5000 - 25000 MIG 25000 - 50000 HIG >50000
  24. 24. VIJAYNAGAR: HOUSEHOLD SURVEY ANALYSIS(2500 SAMPLES) ISSUES WITH FOOTPATH Source- primary survey Major Problems DIRTY FOOTPATHS UNEVEN FOOTPATHS ABSENCE OF FOOTPATHS 6% 13% 17% 28% 50% 57% 57% 38% 44% 29% 26% 34% 0% 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 60% 70% Lack of street lighting High risk of accidents High risk of thefts/assaults Drainage and sanitation Not responded NO YES
  25. 25. VIJAYNAGAR: ISSUES ON STREET CnD WASTE ON FOOTPATH
  26. 26. VIJAYNAGAR: ISSUES ON STREET ONSTREET PARKING OPEN DRAINAGE AND ABSENCE OF FOOTPATHS SOLID WASTE DUMPING CREATING NUISANCE
  27. 27. VIJAYNAGAR: ISSUES ON STREET CnD WASTE PARKING ON FOOTPATH BARRIERS ON WALKWAY
  28. 28. VIJAYNAGAR: MAJOR ISSUES......
  29. 29. 34% 57% 8% 1% Nearest Bus Stop < 250 m 250 m -500 m 500 - 750 m >750m VIJAYNAGAR: TRANSIT USER SURVEY ANALYSIS(25 SAMPLES) 31% 42% 19% 8% Waiting time at Bus stop < 5 min 5 - 10 min 10 - 15 mins > 15 mins 23% 40% 18% 8% 11% Frequency of Bus Usage Daily 2 or 3 times a week Once in 15 days Once a month Rarely18% Dominant user group
  30. 30. VIJAYNAGAR: IPT USER (HH SURVEY ANALYSIS 1% 83% 10% 6% Nearest Bus stop <250m 250m-500m 500m-750m >750m 27% 69% 0%5% Nearest Auto stop <250m 250m-500m 500m-750m >750m
  31. 31. 42% 58% Absence of footpath Yes No 77.75 22.25 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 Yes No Unsaafe road crossing VIJAYNAGAR: IPT USER (Opinion SURVEY ANALYSIS)
  32. 32. -1% 24% 44% 32% 0% Footpath condition in neighbourhood very good Good Okay Bad Very bad 0 24 46 26 4 0 5 10 15 20 25 30 35 40 45 50 very good Good Okay Bad Very bad Opinion of the footpath VIJAYNAGAR: IPT USER (Opinion SURVEY ANALYSIS)
  33. 33. Proposal -1 for 1st main road VIJAYNAGAR: Proposal for 1st main road
  34. 34. Cross section of 1st main road Cross section of Cross road Cross section of Service road VIJAYNAGAR: Proposal for 1st main road
  35. 35. Proposal -2 for 1st main road VIJAYNAGAR: Proposal for 1st main road
  36. 36. Cross section of 1st main road VIJAYNAGAR: Proposal for 1st main road
  37. 37. Vijayanagar: Proposal for 5th main road BOLLARDS PROVIDED TO RESTRICT ENTRY OF TWO WHEELERS STREET FURNITURE VIJAYNAGAR: Proposal for 5th main road
  38. 38. VIJAYNAGAR: Proposal for 5th main road
  39. 39. VIJAYANAGAR: Proposal for 5th main road
  40. 40. VIJAYANAGAR: Proposal for Cycle lane on main roads Proposed Cycle Lane for 4 main roads
  41. 41. A FEW STEPS TOWARDS SAFE ACCESSIBILITY
  42. 42. PEDESTRIAN WALKABILITY INDEX WHAT IS IT? SAFETY AND SECURITY POLICY SUPPORT CONVEINIENCE/ AESTHETICS •Safety measures at intersections •Feeing of being safe •Pedestrian planning programs •City plans – Pedestrian networks •Length of the Road to cross •Coverage from weather Elements (Tree canopy) •Footpath blocks( parked trees or poles can be obstruction)
  43. 43. TO FULFILL THE NEED, TAKE THE LEAD•Assign small management tasks to the residents and in return recognise them for their work. •This would reduce enforcement issues and ease out the pressure from local civic authorities. •Community participation is the need of the hour, as all the issues cannot be solved by the local authorities as well as planners. •To develop a sense of awareness and responsibility among the residents of Vijayanagar, towards the betterment of their locality.
  44. 44. OTHER RECOMMENDATIONS ENFORCEMENT MANAGEMENT PLANNING •Street Vending Act 2014 should be implemented in certain areas (Informal Markets) •Levy taxes on On- street parking. • Implementation of building bylaws (setbacks). •Signal synchronization at major intersections • Provision of dedicated cycle tracks, parking spaces, pedestrian walkways. •Provision of ramps on footpath to ensure accessibility to the vulnerable groups. •After every 500m there should be a dustbin. •Encouraging community participation.

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