Mthl( Mumbai Transe Harbour link)

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Mthl( Mumbai Transe Harbour link)

  1. 1. Mumbai Trans-Harbour Link Project Presentation on PRESENTED BY OMKAR ACHARYA RAHUL BHALERAO MANOJ TARTE JAYESH WARE ANKITA APHALE GIRISH GUPTA JAYESH KAMBLI
  2. 2. MUMBAI TRANS HARBOUR LINK (SEWRI NHAVA SEA LINK)
  3. 3. Introduction • Mumbai Trans Harbour Link (MTHL), is also known as Mumbai Trans Harbour Link (MTHL), Sewri-Nhava Sheva Trans Harbour Link • It will connect freeway grade road bridge connecting the Indian city of Mumbai with Navi Mumbai . • If completed, it would be the longest sea bridge in India.
  4. 4. • The sea link is expected to reduce commuting time between Mumbai and Navi Mumbai, and provide direct connectivity to Mumbai Port Trust, Jawaharlal Nehru Port Trust and the proposed Navi -Mumbai International Airport • It will also allow faster travel to Thane, Nashik, Panvel, Pune and southern India and is also expected to boost the economic growth of neighbouring Raigad district and raise real estate prices in the region.
  5. 5. Highlights of MTHL • • • • • • • Carries Cross Owner Total Length Design life Construction Cost Opened in 6 Highway Thane Greek MMRDA 22 km(14m) 100+yr 9360 cr (US$1.5 billion) 2019 (planned)
  6. 6. History • The MTHL was first proposed in the 1970s. The first concrete attempt to build it was made in 2004, when Infrastructure Leasing & Financial Services (IL&FS) submitted a proposal to implement the project on a build, own, operate and transfer (BOOT) basis. • The State Government called for a fresh bids for the project in 2008. However, none of the 13 companies that had shown interest, submitted bids. • The media criticized the political feud between the ruling Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) and Congress coalition, as being responsible for slowing "down the pace of Mumbai's development". • The project received environmental clearance from the Ministry of Environment and Forests (MoEF) on 23 October 2012
  7. 7. Cost • The cost of the MTHL has increased several times. In 2005, the cost of the project was estimated at 4000 Cr. • The cost was revised to Rs. 6000 Cr in 2008. It was then increased to Rs. 8800 Cr in November, • 2011 and finally to Rs.9360 Cr in August 2012. • In January 2013, the Central Government sanctioned 1920 Cr (US$310 million), which is 20% of the project cost, in viability gap for the MTHL. • The State Government will also contribute the same amount. • The remaining 60% will have to be borne by the developer who wins the bid.
  8. 8. Create better living conditions Encourage mass transit Connect cities, ports, airports by road, rail Disperse traffic, growth, population Better sharing of resources Long term projection EW expansion Traffic handled by MTHL by 2016 Airoli Mumbai Navi Mumbai train road 1, 25,000 pass./day 25, 93,000 PCU/day vehicle operating cost Thane 1000 cr. per annum Mumbai Trans Harbour Link Siwri MPT Nhava JNPT Saving in cost by 2016 travel time cost Noise reduction 10-12 db Pollution reduction at intersections 30%
  9. 9. Airoli Link Thane Link NH4 Panvel 2 :00 hour Sewri MTHL Kon 0:30 hour JNPT Zone I Mumbai-Pune Expressway NH4B To Pune and central areas Zone II Uran-Panvel Link Zone III NH17 To Goa and western coast
  10. 10. Mumbai NH4 9:10AM Multilevel parking lot Nhava 9:00AM CST Rail yard 14 lane Toll Plaza Kon 9:30AM Uran Bridge length : 22 km. Construction period: 4 years Cost : 9360 cr. Commute time from Mumbai cut by 1:30 hr!
  11. 11. Wadala Bandra Worli Rail, road link Savarkar Marg Senapati Bapat Marg sewri Ambedkar Marg Rafi Ahmed Kidwai Marg Western rail MPT Central rail freight Harbour rail GPO CST Hutatma Chowk commuters Gateway of India tourists
  12. 12. FUNDING OF THE PROJECT • DEVELOPMENT CESS IN BENEFICIARY ZONES • CESS ON REGISTRATION OF SALE OF LAND IN BENEFICIARY ZONES • INITIAL CONTRIBUTION FROM BENEFICIARY ORGANISATIONS • TOLL & ADVERTISEMENT REVENUE
  13. 13. Rafi Ahmad Kidwai Marg M E. ose Se na pa ti Ba pa tM ar g Worli - Bandra Sea Link oad sR Western Rail Elphinston Road Acharya Donde Marg Ambedkar Marg Ganpatrao Kadam Marg Centeral Rail Eastern Expressway Siwri MTHL D’Mello Road Harbour Rail
  14. 14. MULTILEVEL PARKING LOT Encourage use of mass transit Saving in fuel cost Car elevators, ramps provided Ticket validation machines MODERN TOLL PLAZA 16 lane toll plaza automated dispersal of traffic Traffic monitoring facility
  15. 15. Ballast-less rail track to minimize load on bridge 12 car rake of passenger capacity 3500 to 1200 seats/rake 2 track rail link MUMBAI NHAVA 6 lane road link
  16. 16. Traffic congestion commute time pollution health hazard noise pollution stress THOUGHT CONSIDERATION COEXISTANCE RESPECT Better living conditions productivity trade prosperity growth dispersal of traffic ambient air quality uniform use of resources employment better land use
  17. 17. FEASIBILITY STUDIES Alignment technically feasible Project is financially viable In depth analysis of biotic conditions Eco-friendly route chosen No displacement of existing settlement Better employment opportunities Better dispersal of traffics
  18. 18. PLANNING Use of latest technology Aesthetic designs Large spans used Strict compliance with laws Future expansion accommodated Better distribution of land use Modern traffic surveillance and monitoring
  19. 19. CONSTRUCTION Modern construction techniques Use of prefabricated components Use of corrosion resistant steel Construction camps monitored Quality assurance Effective environment management during construction covering material transport, labour
  20. 20. MAINTENANCE Administration on BOT basis Funds generated by toll Low maintenance structure Low maintenance plantation
  21. 21. SAFETY Disaster Management Plan Traffic surveillance and monitoring Insurance against medical expenses in case of accidents
  22. 22. BIOTIC CONDITIONS Environment Management Plan Green belt avenue plantation along solid approaches Periodic monitoring of environmental parameters No adverse impact on account of this project
  23. 23. Viaducts preserve existing terrain Minimum excavation, grading Minimum emission due to smooth traffic Reduction in air, noise pollution Ambient air quality improved in the city No effect on tidal conditions Marine life least disturbed Safety exits provided Service areas provided Highest quality materials used Appropriate illumination, signs
  24. 24. STATUS Feasibility & EIA Studies of the main bridge Completed Environmental Public Hearing held on 21st April 1999 and 24th Dec. 1999 Report submitted by GOM to MoEF, GOI in March 2001 Formal submission of Application & Questionnaire to MoEF on 24th May 2001 MoEF needs clearance of MOST
  25. 25. PROPOSED ACTION PLAN Discussion with MPT & MOST for formal clearance of the Alignment To obtain Environmental clearance from MoEF To appoint a financial consultant to prepare a financing plan and development strategies State Govt. to set up a high level steering committee under C.S. MSRDC to set up a full time multi - disciplinary project team
  26. 26. PROPOSED ACTION PLAN (Contd..,) To appoint Consultant for study of dispersal system and preparation of plans and estimates To set up a SPV for the project To include beneficiary zone in the boundary of Navi Mumbai To appoint Project Management Consultant Land acquisition on Mumbai & main land side To take up implementation of the project by inviting bids

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