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JnNURM Guidelines

JnNURM guidelines for Urban Transport and Special Purpose Vehicles

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JnNURM Guidelines

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  2. 2. GOI 6789 State Govt./ ULBs 4128 Pvt. 1376 Loans 1376 Investment on buses and sources of funds (in crores) source: 2
  3. 3. Centre for Public Policy Research 3 Infrastructure Investment (cr.) Depots 5220 Terminals 1280 Workshop 2260 Total 8760 GoI 4380 Private 4380 Source of funding GoI Private
  4. 4. Funding for purchase of Buses for urban Transport System under JnNURM (as declared on 12.01.2009) the balance in all cases is to be provided by the State Government or ULB Source: 4 Population Central Assisstance >4 million 35% of the project cost 1-4 million 50% of the project cost <1 million 80% of the project cost Exceptions: North Eastern states and Jammu & Kashmir 90% of the project cost
  5. 5.  Why the difference in what is recommended by the working group in the 12th plan and JnNurm Guidelines? [ for example: for a city like Kochi which lies in the category 1-4 million population, the city will get 50% central assistance. However cities like Thiruvanathapurm which lie in the category of < 1 million, will get 80% central assistance: contestable difference in the recommendation by the working group and JnNURM guidelines.  What about the balance in case of JnNURM Guidelines? 5
  6. 6. There is no legislation at present that covers the requirements of Urban Transport.  Motor Vehicles Act: licensing of vehicles  Railway Act : Inter city traffic, metro  Construction Act: specific to construction of metros  Tramway Act: deals with tramways 6
  7. 7. A comprehensive Urban Transport Act is needed urgently. Acc. To the recommendations of the working group, the Act should: 1. Should cover all aspects of Urban Transport. 2. The Act should be enacted by the Central Govt. and the States may draft rules under it as per their needs. Centre for Public Policy Research 7
  8. 8. The proposed Urban Transport Act Setting up of UMTA Accountable to mpc/ dpc Executive body governed by a board of directors Umta empowered to set up SPVs Source: 8
  9. 9. 1. If the UMTAs are accountable to MPC/DPC, does that mean the responsibility of forming the UMTAs lie with the MPC/DPC? 2. What about states which don’t have an MPC/DPC? (about 10/30) 3. What will be the institutional framework of UMTA? Centre for Public Policy Research 9
  10. 10. According to NUTP, in order to facilitate highly capital intensive projects, it was essential to set up a dedicated, non- lapsable, non-fungible, statutory Urban Transport fund. The possible sources are:  Green Surcharge on petrol.  Green Cess on existing personalised vehicles.  Urban Transport Tax source: ggrp12 10
  11. 11.  Who is the authority in-charge of setting up and handling the NUTF?  Utilization of such a fund.  Is there any predefined ratio of utilizing the fund? 11
  12. 12. Setting up of a city level UMTA Dedicated Urban Transport Fund at the state level Nominating a single department at state level for Urban Transport 12
  13. 13.  Institutional framework of UMTA.  Authority in-charge of setting up and handling such a state level UTF.  Can the State level UTF be used in Non- Mission cities?  Uses of state UTF, Predefined ratio for utilisation. 13
  14. 14. City level UTF Parking policy Advertisement policy 14
  15. 15. a. Authority in-charge of setting up and handling the city level fund. b. Predefined ratio for utilization of the fund. 15
  16. 16. Management of AICTSL was entrusted to a Board of Directors: Source: 16 Designation Designation in AICTSL Mayor of Indore city Chairperson Chairman, IDA V. Chairperson Collector, Indore Director Municipal Commissioner Managing Director CEO, IDA Director Joint Collector, Indore CEO Regional Transport Officer and Superintendent of Police Special invitees
  17. 17. 17 Board of Directors •IAS officer: Chief Managing Director •Municipal Commissioner, PMC •Municipal Commissioner, PCMC •Mayor, PMC •Chairman, Standing Committee, PMC •Mayor, PCMC •Chairman, Standing Committee, PCMC •Director, Central Institute of Road Transport •Regional Transport Officer Management •Managing Director •Jt. Managing Director •Chief Executive Officer •Chief Engineer •Finance Manager •Civil Engineer •Controller of Stores •Administrative officer •Labour and Public Relations Officer