ENGG 208
GE-II year, 4th Semester.

Final Presentation:

MAPPING OF RESCUE SERVICE
PROVIDERS AND ROUTES WITHIN
THE KATHMAN...
INTRODUCTION

Mapping of Rescue Service providers and Routes Within the Kathmandu Ring
Road means :
Preparing a special ma...
OBJECTIVES
•

To prepare the rescue map with the information of rescue
service providers and rescue routes within the
Kath...
SCOPE OF THE WORK
PROJECT SITE
vKathmandu Ring- Road
Kathmandu Metropolitan
Kathmandu Nepal.

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City ,

Facts And Figures:
Ø Length of Ring...
RATIONALAE


One of the busiest centers of the Nepal.



High Traffic Volume , less roads networks



Poor Traffic mana...
METHEDOLOGIES
Literature Review
• Desk Study
Data Acquisition
• Primary Data
Using GPS
• Secondary Data from concerned aut...
MAPPING PROCESS
PLANNING
Need of Study
Project Management

specification
DATA ACQUISITION

Georeferencing

Surveying*

Rem...
MATERIALS USED
 Instruments, Soft wares and Resources Used
§ Instrument: GPS (Garmin)

§ Soft wares:
§ ArcGIS

Resources:...
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Source:Google Image
MAP FEATURES
Map features

Primary (Rescue) features

The features that are
concerned with the rescue
operation is called ...
Rescue Features

Traffic Police Post
Hospital
No Entry
Police Office/ Post
Fire Brigade
One Way Traffic

Black Spot

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Secondary Features

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MAP SCALE

Scale: The scale to which a map is
drawn represents the ratio of the
distance between two points on
the map and...
PROJECT OUTCOME

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LOCATION OF POLICE AND TRAFFIC POLICE STATIONS:

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Kathmandu University

PP – Police Post
TP – Traffic Post

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LIST OF BLACK SPOTS AND CONGESTED AREAS

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FACTS AND CAUTIONS FOUND
DURING OUR STUDY
Ø Heavy vehicles are not allowed to enter inside ring road
between 8 am to 8 pm....
Accident Spot

RESCUE OPERATION PROCEDURE
Information to
InformationOF NEPAL POLICE the Control
convey to the
room( Accide...
PROJECT SCHEDULE
PROJECT EXPENSES

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SUMMARY AND CONCLUSION
§

“Mapping of Rescue Service providers and Routes Within the
Kathmandu Ring- Road” means, Preparin...
RECOMMENDATION
q The concerned authority of the fire brigade should make its
operational map for the quick access for the ...
ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS
Together we’re very thankful to:
- Asst.Prof. Subash Ghimire(Program co-ordinator , Geomatics Engineering...
REFERENCES
I. http://www.kathmandu.gov.np/index.php?cid=6&pr_id=6.
Retrieved on 2012-06-21.
II. "Census Nepal 2001".

http...
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    1. 1. ENGG 208 GE-II year, 4th Semester. Final Presentation: MAPPING OF RESCUE SERVICE PROVIDERS AND ROUTES WITHIN THE KATHMANDU RING- ROAD PROJECT INCHARGE: Prof . Dr. Ramesh Kumar Maskey PROJECT SUPERVISORS: Prashant Ghimire Shashish Maharjan 1 DATE: July 26, 2012 PROJECT TEAM: Maheshwor Karki Niroj Panta Anu shrestha Megha Shrestha 11/8/13 Bhagirath Bhatt
    2. 2. INTRODUCTION Mapping of Rescue Service providers and Routes Within the Kathmandu Ring Road means : Preparing a special map with the following features, needed for Rescue. *Rescue ( Emergency) Service providers: - Hospitals -Fire Brigades (Fire Fighters) -Police -Metropolitan police -Traffic Police *Traffic Congested areas *One way Traffic *Black Spots *Petrol Pumps 2
    3. 3. OBJECTIVES • To prepare the rescue map with the information of rescue service providers and rescue routes within the Kathmandu Ring-Road. • To locate the High Accident Prone Places. • To present the information(Phone no. and locations with name) of Rescue( Emergency) service providers on the same map. • 3 To learn, how the rescue operation is done and provide necessary information in map if any.
    4. 4. SCOPE OF THE WORK
    5. 5. PROJECT SITE vKathmandu Ring- Road Kathmandu Metropolitan Kathmandu Nepal. 5 City , Facts And Figures: Ø Length of Ring Road: 27.6 km ØArea Enclose by Ring- Road: 50.67 square kilometers. Ø Population: 671,846 residents living in 235,387 house holds Ø Emergency Service providers: § Hospitals § Health Centers § Ambulance Source § Fire Fighters(1) #www.kathmandu.gov.np § Police Posts
    6. 6. RATIONALAE  One of the busiest centers of the Nepal.  High Traffic Volume , less roads networks  Poor Traffic management.  Lack of Traffic awareness in people.  Frequent accidents Source:Google Image 6 According to Metropolitan Traffic Police Division, on an average 15 accidents occur in Kathmandu everyday many of them fatal. Last month alone 454 accidents occurred and 12 persons were killed.
    7. 7. METHEDOLOGIES Literature Review • Desk Study Data Acquisition • Primary Data Using GPS • Secondary Data from concerned authorities • GPS will be used if secondary data is not available. • GIS/Catrtographic work 7 • Classification of the details(Black Spots , One Way Traffic , congested areas etc) • Selection and Omission of Data • Making Geodatabase and Different Layers • Digitization • Symbolization • Name placement
    8. 8. MAPPING PROCESS PLANNING Need of Study Project Management specification DATA ACQUISITION Georeferencing Surveying* Remote sensing* Photogrammetry* Scan Digitizing* CARTOGRAPHIC PRODUCTION Cartographic Works and Design Proof Reading Printing Drafting *Works not performed by us. 8 PRODUCT DELIVERY Yes User Needs Satisfied? No
    9. 9. MATERIALS USED  Instruments, Soft wares and Resources Used § Instrument: GPS (Garmin) § Soft wares: § ArcGIS Resources: § § § 9 § Topographical Digital map of Survey Department(1:50,000) Satellite Image ( taken in 1994 Source Unknown) Google Earth (www.googleearth.com)
    10. 10. 10 Source:Google Image
    11. 11. MAP FEATURES Map features Primary (Rescue) features The features that are concerned with the rescue operation is called the rescue features. These features include Hospitals , Police Stations, Fire Brigade and One way traffic. The rescue features are highlighted in the 11 map. Secondary features All the other contents which would make the map more readable and user-friendly are the secondary features. The secondary features include the local place names, important buildings name, water bodies and other prominent features 11/8/13 of the map.
    12. 12. Rescue Features Traffic Police Post Hospital No Entry Police Office/ Post Fire Brigade One Way Traffic Black Spot 12
    13. 13. Secondary Features 13
    14. 14. MAP SCALE Scale: The scale to which a map is drawn represents the ratio of the distance between two points on the map and the distance between the two corresponding points on the earth. The rescue map is printed in: Ø1: 12,000 14 Projection Information: Ø MUTM, 84 Ø Everest 1937 Ø Longitude 84 East, Latitude 0 North Ø False Coordinate: 500000m Easting, 0 Northing Ø Scale factor at central meridian 0.999900
    15. 15. PROJECT OUTCOME 15 11/8/13
    16. 16. LOCATION OF POLICE AND TRAFFIC POLICE STATIONS: 16 Kathmandu University PP – Police Post TP – Traffic Post 11/8/13
    17. 17. LIST OF BLACK SPOTS AND CONGESTED AREAS 17
    18. 18. FACTS AND CAUTIONS FOUND DURING OUR STUDY Ø Heavy vehicles are not allowed to enter inside ring road between 8 am to 8 pm. Ø One way traffic rules are obligatory for Rescue Vehicles. Ø CRV or TCRV or both would reach any place of emergency within 5- 8 minutes within ring road. So best 18 way to seek for quick rescue is police. 11/8/13
    19. 19. Accident Spot RESCUE OPERATION PROCEDURE Information to InformationOF NEPAL POLICE the Control convey to the room( Accidental detail briefing is nearest police post( information then forwarded to the required service providers) 19 taken as much as possible and work according to the accidental case.) Control room sends vehicle and the rescue team and also inform other rescue 11/8/13 providers service
    20. 20. PROJECT SCHEDULE
    21. 21. PROJECT EXPENSES 21
    22. 22. SUMMARY AND CONCLUSION § “Mapping of Rescue Service providers and Routes Within the Kathmandu Ring- Road” means, Preparing a special map with the following features, needed for Rescue. § Rescue service providers ( hospitals, Police, firefighters,ambulance, Petrol Pumps) § The project work has been completed within the specific timeframe. § The project has achieved its objective throughout the working time. § The project is found to be one of the most important work because there is no any such informative map, even the sensitive organization like fire brigade also works on the basis of guess 22 and driver’s skill.
    23. 23. RECOMMENDATION q The concerned authority of the fire brigade should make its operational map for the quick access for the fire casualties. q q This project has made an effort to show the one way traffic, but also there are many technical shortcomings. This should be done by the Traffic Police force in precise and effective way. q q The policy makers should think of blackspots and take necessary steps to find the causes of the accidents and necessary stops. q q The map can be more useful and dynamic as: The map is only limited with accidents and traffic system we can include the rescue features for other hazards such as landslide, 23erosions etc.
    24. 24. ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS Together we’re very thankful to: - Asst.Prof. Subash Ghimire(Program co-ordinator , Geomatics Engineering ) - Mr. Prashant Ghimire (Project Supervisor) - Mr. Shashish Maharjan (Project Supervisor) - D.S.P Basanta Panta, Traffic headquarter, Ktm Metropolitan. - Ins. K.D Bhatta, Traffic headquarter, Ktm Metropolitan -Prakash Ghimire (GE-3rd year) -Sabin Dhital(GE-3rd year) For their kind support and co-operation. We’d also like to express our gratitude to the other persons who have given their invaluable support during our field study. 24
    25. 25. REFERENCES I. http://www.kathmandu.gov.np/index.php?cid=6&pr_id=6. Retrieved on 2012-06-21. II. "Census Nepal 2001". http://www.cbs.gov.np/Population/National%20Report%202001/V on 2012-06-27 III."History and problem". Firefighters Volunteer Association of Nepal (FAN). http://www.fan.org.np/. Retrieved on 2012-0627. IV. www.opensteetmap.org 25 Kathmandu University V. www.googleearth.com 11/8/13
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