SMART CITIES
UD&UHD, Government of Gujarat
Sustainable Urban Transportation and Traffic Management and Importance
of Netwo...
• The sector could provide a
potential 10 to 11 million jobs
• About 800 million sq. ft. office
space
• GDP contribution a...
GIFT: Master Plan
Tapas Udyan
Udyan Path
Diamond
Tower
GIFT ONE
Metro Stations
Samruddhi
Sarovar
Hospital
CBSC &
Internati...
GIFT an Integrated Development
Overall Connectivity/
Transport:
• External Connectivity includes
MRTS / BRTS/ Roads
• Publ...
GIFT : A Single Window Clearance
• GIFT Urban Development Authority (GIFTUDA) -
constituted for well planned urban develop...
GIFT Business Structure
Associated Infrastructure, Housing
and
Social Facilities
Multi Service SEZ with IFSC
Status
Domest...
GIFT Infrastructure – Physical
 Integrated infrastructure for better diversity
 Technology ensuring energy conservation
...
External Transportation
 Grid of six Arterial Roads
(Connecting to various areas of
Ahmedabad and Gandhinagar)
Ahmedabad
...
External Road Connectivity
BY GOG- UNDER PROGRESS
Existing Bridge
Southern Bridge
Road -IA
Road -ID
Road -IB
NH-8
Towards
...
Internal Transportation
MRTS corridor
Major Road s
Arterial Road
Sub-Arterial Roads
Walkability
through travellators
500 m...
Multi Level Parking (MLP)
GIFT’s
GIFT
MLP-2
E-1
MLP-2
MLP-1
MLP-4
MLP-8
MLP-6
MLP-5
MLP-3
MLP-7
MLP-11
MLP-12
• Total Park...
Interactive road maps
Road condition system
Automatic vehicle location
and tracking
Real Time Travel Response Parking Mana...
GIFT
Nabhaoi
Pumping
Station
Water
Transmission
Pipeline
Gandhinagar
RWPS and Transmission Mains
Master
Balancing
Reservoi...
Water Infrastructure
 Quality Water- can be drunk
from any tap
 Storage of surface run-off &
rain water
 Approach towar...
District Cooling System
Total Cooling Load - 2,70,000 TR
• Efficiency through economies of scale
• Reduces energy costs
• ...
Automated Solid Waste Management
Collection from Building
Collection from Public Places
Separate Collection Pits
Utility T...
Power Infrastructure
 Underground cabling for power distribution within GIFT
 Substation and Distribution Automation
 I...
Utility Tunnel Details
Access to Trench Ventilation & Lighting Fire fighting
AWCS
DCS Supply DCS Return
STP Treated
Raw
wa...
GIFT will exceed the ICT capabilities of comparable cities
Source: Study by British Telecom
All Fibre
Trading
Platform
Sub...
GIFT Occupants would have access to following ICT Services
GIFT ICT Vision
• High Speed Fibre
• Network
• Diverse Local an...
BUS RAPID TRANSIT SYSTEM (BRTS)
A Case Of AHMEDABAD City
EXISTING JANMARG NETWORK
System Statistics
86 km operational
127 BRTS Stations
160 Bus Fleet
09 Routes
38727 Bus km / day
...
Ahmedabad had a vision!
Vision
Long term Sustainability
Integrated, Comprehensive
Multimodal
Metro System, Regional Rail, ...
BRT Lanes BRT BUS STATIONMIXED
TRAFFIC
MIXED
TRAFFIC
CYCLE
TRACKS
PEDESTRIAN
PATHS
CYCLE
TRACKS
PEDESTRIAN
PATHS
PEDESTRIA...
Integration with Railways
Innovating to manage constraints
Soninichaali – Double Deck Station
BRT at Gujarat College RoB (Elevated Bus
station)
ITS in Janmarg
ITMS Over view
ITS in Janmarg
ITMS Communication overview
ITS in Janmarg
State of Art control room
• Support Automatic Vehicle Locator System
• Real time operation monitoring
• Ens...
ITS in Janmarg
Automatic fare collection system
• Pre-paid boarding
• Real time fare collection system
• Smartcards, Token...
ITS in Janmarg
Passenger Information System
• Real time information system
• LED display in Buses and BRT Stations
• Publi...
ITS in Janmarg
Automatic Sliding Doors
• Controlled by the driver
• Can be operated only when the bus aligns at
designated...
ITS in Janmarg
At level boarding-alighting
• ITS for safe boarding alighting
ITS in Janmarg
Automatic Vehicle Location System
• GPS and GPRS based technology for real time
tracking
• Electronic conso...
BUS RAPID TRANSIT SYSTEM (BRTS)
A Case Of SURATCity
AREA TRAFFIC CONTROL SYSTEM
FIXED TIME
 Fixed Green Time
 Responds to traffic statically – “fixed
green timing basis”
 ...
MASS RAPID TRANSIT SYSTEM (MRTS) - METRO
A Case Of AHMEDABADCity
M e t r o - L i n k E x p r e s s f o r
Concept Design Parameters
DESCRIPTION DESIGN PARAMETER
Telecommunications Terrestr...
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• Create Single scalable advanced Optical Fiber Network across the
development;
• RDA retains “Right of Way” for all Servi...
• Single Optical Fiber Network
provided by SDCC;
• Negotiated Open Access
Network for all Service
Providers
• Smart Servic...
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Smart CITy 2014 - Sustainable Urban Transportation and Traffic Management: Importance of Networking & Communication Technologies - Mona Khandhar, Secretary, Department of Urban Development and Urban Housing, Government of Gujarat

  1. 1. SMART CITIES UD&UHD, Government of Gujarat Sustainable Urban Transportation and Traffic Management and Importance of Networking & Communication Technologies
  2. 2. • The sector could provide a potential 10 to 11 million jobs • About 800 million sq. ft. office space • GDP contribution at rates of 15 to 20 % • Witness growth of at least 10% in next 10 years • Have potential to earn both domestic as well as international income • Have potential to attract and retain talented people India Desperately Needs New Cities Which Can Thrive On Sustainable Sectors… 2 OPPORTUNITY CONSTRAINTS India is a great Growth Story Strong Urbanization Trends with Which are expected to But is stifled with problem of Infrastructure Bottlenecks Crumbling Urban Infrastructure SOLUTION Innovative way to overcome these constraints Driven by High Growth Sectors Setting up Self - sustaining Cities Which are TOP OF THE MIND SECTORS • Auto Ancillaries • Textiles • Gems & Jewellery • Manufacturing • Financial Services • IT/ ITES • BPO/ KPO
  3. 3. GIFT: Master Plan Tapas Udyan Udyan Path Diamond Tower GIFT ONE Metro Stations Samruddhi Sarovar Hospital CBSC & International Schools Hotel GIFT TWO WTC Bridge under Construction Non-Processing area SEZ Processing area SEZ Access Road Bapasitaram JunctionExisting Shahpur Bridge Building Use Commercial : 67% Residential : 22% Social : 11% BUA : 62 mn.sq.ft. Additional 30 Million to be developed after removal of height restriction by AAI
  4. 4. GIFT an Integrated Development Overall Connectivity/ Transport: • External Connectivity includes MRTS / BRTS/ Roads • Public-Private Modal Split 90:10 Integrated Residential Development: • Well-planned residential housing projects • Walk-to-work Smart Business Environment: • Benchmark office, high-rise district with landmark buildings Social Infrastructure: • International Exhibition Complex • Educational Institutes • International and Domestic schools • State of the Art Hospital • Training School • 5 star Hotels and Business Club Retail Cum Entertainment Hubs: • High quality entertainment malls • Large river front entertainment development • Over 60% of the green Space Basic Infrastructure: • Uninterrupted and highly reliable power supply (99.999%) • Next generation water & waste management, district cooling Technology: • Broadband FTTP • WiFi / Wimax • Shared IT Services • Global Connectivity PROACTIVE URBAN GOVERNANCE
  5. 5. GIFT : A Single Window Clearance • GIFT Urban Development Authority (GIFTUDA) - constituted for well planned urban development of the area. • GIFT Notified Committee - constituted for the better management at city level.
  6. 6. GIFT Business Structure Associated Infrastructure, Housing and Social Facilities Multi Service SEZ with IFSC Status Domestic Finance Centre/ Corporate Office/ Trade Centre GIFT Project
  7. 7. GIFT Infrastructure – Physical  Integrated infrastructure for better diversity  Technology ensuring energy conservation  All utilities /services to be coordinated through single agency INFRASTRUCTURE FACILITIES/ SERVICES o Roads and Transportation o Water Systems o ICT o Power Generation and Distribution o District Cooling System o Domestic Gas Distribution o Waste Management Systems o Landscaping o Maintenance Systems
  8. 8. External Transportation  Grid of six Arterial Roads (Connecting to various areas of Ahmedabad and Gandhinagar) Ahmedabad Airport Gandhinagar GIFT  Metro Rail Transport System (MRTS) to GIFT  Bus Rapid Transit System (BRTS) to GIFT
  9. 9. External Road Connectivity BY GOG- UNDER PROGRESS Existing Bridge Southern Bridge Road -IA Road -ID Road -IB NH-8 Towards Ratanpur
  10. 10. Internal Transportation MRTS corridor Major Road s Arterial Road Sub-Arterial Roads Walkability through travellators 500 mtrs Walkability through travellators
  11. 11. Multi Level Parking (MLP) GIFT’s GIFT MLP-2 E-1 MLP-2 MLP-1 MLP-4 MLP-8 MLP-6 MLP-5 MLP-3 MLP-7 MLP-11 MLP-12 • Total Parking Requirement of GIFT City- 1.2 lakhs ECS • No. of Car Parking in MLP – 60,000 car parks MLP-10 MLP-9
  12. 12. Interactive road maps Road condition system Automatic vehicle location and tracking Real Time Travel Response Parking Management Transit Node Management Ridership analysis Accident reporting Safety management Asset ManagementVehicle emission monitoring GIFT MLP-I MLP-II MLP-III MLP-IV MLP-V MLP-I MLP-II MLP-III MLP-IV MLP-V SMART Transportation GIFT- Road 8C
  13. 13. GIFT Nabhaoi Pumping Station Water Transmission Pipeline Gandhinagar RWPS and Transmission Mains Master Balancing Reservoir WTP STP River Crossing
  14. 14. Water Infrastructure  Quality Water- can be drunk from any tap  Storage of surface run-off & rain water  Approach towards making the project water neutral Utility Monitoring Metering Controllers Leak Detection SMART Water Infrastructure Drink from Any Tap Raw Water from Narmada Canal Reservoir WTP STP Waste Water Filtered Water Waste Water Water with sludge Waste Water Waste Water Makeup for Water Bodies RO Plant Domestic Uses Cooling Tower Flushing Tower HorticultureSoftening Plant
  15. 15. District Cooling System Total Cooling Load - 2,70,000 TR • Efficiency through economies of scale • Reduces energy costs • Reduces maintenance costs • Improves air quality and temperature control • Reduces noise and vibration • Conventional AC System not required • Monitoring District Cooling Plant System • Simulation of cooling/energy requirements • Analyze interface with distribution/usage for both the supply and return elements • Evaluation of extensive economic scenarios • Safety Management, Emergency response DCS Control Centre- Smart Infrastructure
  16. 16. Automated Solid Waste Management Collection from Building Collection from Public Places Separate Collection Pits Utility Tunnel Collection Transportation Segregation & Treatment
  17. 17. Power Infrastructure  Underground cabling for power distribution within GIFT  Substation and Distribution Automation  Indoor Substation 1. Gas Insulated Switchgears(GIS) substation for sub- transmission and distribution within GIFT 2. Compact substation (CSS) in building  Total Power Requirement- 750 MVA (from dual source)  Emergency Power generation (Gas Based) - 150 MW  Green Power Reliability – 99.999% which means outage of 5.3 minutes/annum Power Control Centre • Power supply monitoring • Power loss minimization • Grievance redressal system • Power consumption and efficiency monitoring • Emergency Power supply monitoring
  18. 18. Utility Tunnel Details Access to Trench Ventilation & Lighting Fire fighting AWCS DCS Supply DCS Return STP Treated Raw water Raw water Fire Control Cables ICT Cables DCS BlowdownWTP Treated Power Cables Power Cables
  19. 19. GIFT will exceed the ICT capabilities of comparable cities Source: Study by British Telecom All Fibre Trading Platform Sub Sea Connectivity Data Centre Mobile/ Wireless Poor Reasonable Excellent Not Applicable 12 1 GIFT 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 DIFC DIC SONGDO New WTC – New York Canary Wharf - London Pudong - Shanghai La-Defense Paris Singapore London Stock Exchange Triple Play Smart Buildings Faster Set-up Competitive Service Provision 11 New York Stock Exchange Tokyo Overtaking "Place" ICT Vision Poor Reasonable Excellent Not Applicable
  20. 20. GIFT Occupants would have access to following ICT Services GIFT ICT Vision • High Speed Fibre • Network • Diverse Local and International Connectivity • Pervasive Wireless and Mobile Network • Data Centres • Financial Extranets • CUG to Exchanges • Voice • Industry Specific Platforms • City e-Portal • Sensor Networks • IPTV Internet Gateway • Data • Voice • Wi-Fi • Tier-4 Data Centres • Business Continuity • Security • High Speed Internet Access • Monitoring INFRASTRUCTURE PLATFORMS SERVICES
  21. 21. BUS RAPID TRANSIT SYSTEM (BRTS) A Case Of AHMEDABAD City
  22. 22. EXISTING JANMARG NETWORK System Statistics 86 km operational 127 BRTS Stations 160 Bus Fleet 09 Routes 38727 Bus km / day 1820 Bus trip / day 1.45 Lakh Passenger 18.0 Lakh Revenue 6am to 11pm Service hr Peak frequecy2.5 to 4 mins
  23. 23. Ahmedabad had a vision! Vision Long term Sustainability Integrated, Comprehensive Multimodal Metro System, Regional Rail, BRTS, Bus System, Feeder, Bicycles, Pedestrians Land use Plans Network Completion, Missing links, bridges, railway over bridges Even before the BRTS, Ahmedabad got the basics in place! Before Janmarg!
  24. 24. BRT Lanes BRT BUS STATIONMIXED TRAFFIC MIXED TRAFFIC CYCLE TRACKS PEDESTRIAN PATHS CYCLE TRACKS PEDESTRIAN PATHS PEDESTRIAN PATHS BRT Lanes Complete BRTS
  25. 25. Integration with Railways
  26. 26. Innovating to manage constraints Soninichaali – Double Deck Station BRT at Gujarat College RoB (Elevated Bus station)
  27. 27. ITS in Janmarg ITMS Over view
  28. 28. ITS in Janmarg ITMS Communication overview
  29. 29. ITS in Janmarg State of Art control room • Support Automatic Vehicle Locator System • Real time operation monitoring • Ensuring service levels to commuters • Serves as data management center for service
  30. 30. ITS in Janmarg Automatic fare collection system • Pre-paid boarding • Real time fare collection system • Smartcards, Token & paper tickets • Smart cards for Students with discounts
  31. 31. ITS in Janmarg Passenger Information System • Real time information system • LED display in Buses and BRT Stations • Public announcement for disabled • Signage and Maps
  32. 32. ITS in Janmarg Automatic Sliding Doors • Controlled by the driver • Can be operated only when the bus aligns at designated location • Built in design redundancy • Safe user interface
  33. 33. ITS in Janmarg At level boarding-alighting • ITS for safe boarding alighting
  34. 34. ITS in Janmarg Automatic Vehicle Location System • GPS and GPRS based technology for real time tracking • Electronic console for drivers for monitoring schedule • Two way communication system with driver • Emergency response system
  35. 35. BUS RAPID TRANSIT SYSTEM (BRTS) A Case Of SURATCity
  36. 36. AREA TRAFFIC CONTROL SYSTEM FIXED TIME  Fixed Green Time  Responds to traffic statically – “fixed green timing basis”  The actual Demand – “Varies”  Must serve to the increasing and highly varying Demand  Costs – Few to many traffic police professionals to monitor and enforce regulations  Functionality, Cost and Limitation of the proposed system  Variable allocation of green time based on demand  Responds to traffic dynamically – “allocates green time automatically to clear the queue length on equal opportunity basis”  The entire process of traffic police to observe, monitor and manage traffic to pass through intersection is “Automized” ADAPTIVE TRAFFIC CONTROL
  37. 37. MASS RAPID TRANSIT SYSTEM (MRTS) - METRO A Case Of AHMEDABADCity
  38. 38. M e t r o - L i n k E x p r e s s f o r Concept Design Parameters DESCRIPTION DESIGN PARAMETER Telecommunications Terrestrial Trunked Radio (TETRA) Communication System and SCADA for support systems control with Gigabit Ethernet network backbone Ticketing / Fare Collection Automatic Fare Collection System facilities using Smart Card technology. Traction Power 3rd Rail with 1500V DC Third Rail with cathodic protection for viaduct structures and station structures Signaling and Control Communication Based Train Control specifically designed for metro use
  39. 39. Cisco Confidential 45© 2013Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.
  40. 40. • Create Single scalable advanced Optical Fiber Network across the development; • RDA retains “Right of Way” for all Service Providers; • Increases Land Value which helps fund ICT infrastructure investment; • Efficient Operating Model for Smart ICT Services  business managed by RDA;  Smart ICT Services provided by private companies; • Addresses the needs for:  Creating new Jobs and businessopportunities  Boosting performance of Government & Industries by enabling single window clearance  Attractingresidents&connectingto rural population  Must enhance RDA Legal framework (GDCR) to ensure ICT infrastructure standard throughout Smart Dholera;
  41. 41. • Single Optical Fiber Network provided by SDCC; • Negotiated Open Access Network for all Service Providers • Smart Services business managed by SDCC; • Addresses the needs for:  Flexible  Modular  Scalable  Interoperable  Economical  Self funding thru increased land value and SPs paying for ROW
  42. 42. Cisco Confidential 51© 2013Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.

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