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MASTER PLAN AMRITSAR - 2031
Presented By:
Mr. Gagandeep Singh
Ms. Savita Garg
Team Members:
Mr. Mridul Nischal
Mr. Amir La...
A plan for a period of generally about 20 years prepared and approved after following the relevant legal
procedures, that ...
City for All
The term CITY FOR ALL states that a City should be attractive, worthwhile, safe, not
only for the people who ...
Accessibility in Peri – urban areas
Accessibility is a relative quality accruing to a parcel of land by virtue of its rela...
Amritsar at a glance
• 430 years old city
• District head quarter
• Important tourist destination (1 lac tourist/day)
• Tr...
AMRITSAR MASTER PLAN
vision
To develop Amritsar as a Eco-Friendly, National Heritage, Tourism & Cultural Hub, Medical and ...
S.W.O.T. Analysis
• Historical Significance.
• Religious and Political Capital.
• Tourist Destination for both National an...
Golden Temple
Border
S.W.O.T. Analysis
• Border settlement are prone to threat.
• Low level of investment.
• Unplanned and Unauthorized growth....
Heterogenous Traffic
Poor Condition of E.W.S. Houses
S.W.O.T. Analysis
• Major export centre.
• Attracting large investment and
generating considerable employment.
• Emerging ...
Guru Nanak Dev University
Rajasansi International Airport
S.W.O.T. Analysis
• Accidents and Jamming problems.
• Delay in placing appropriate
framework for preservation and
conserva...
Water logging on roads
Traffic at a Busy Junction (Bus Terminal)
As per the Master Plan of Amritsar, area outside the municipal boundary and upto the proposed outer ring road is called
as...
Aspects Proposals Location
Commercial
Recreational
Infrastructure
Circulation
3 Districts Shopping Centres
1 recreational ...
Analysis of accessibility in
peri -urban areas
No. Length
(kms)
Travel Speed
(kms/hr)
Time Travel
(minutes)
1 5 20 15
2 10...
• Public mass transport has been
proposed on roads which have
been shown on map.
• The proposals of the Amritsar
Master Pl...
Zoning
`
1
2
3
4
Zones have been demarcated
taking roads as an parameter
in Peri-Urban areas. The
areas of the airport and...
Distance
Highly accessible
Moderate accessible
Least accessible
Accessibility from Commercial areas
No. Accessibility
(km)...
Exhibition Ground
Rambagh Garden
Park
Centroid
Routes
Legend
Accessibility from Recreational areas
No. Accessibility
(km)
...
Accessibility from Educational areas
No. Accessibility
(km)
Area
(sq.km)
1 5 4
2 10 140
3 15 185
4 >15 185
• 370 sq.km. ar...
Accessibility from Health areas
Distance
Highly accessible
Hospital
Legend
Least accessible
Moderate accessible
No. Access...
Accessibility from Transport linkages
Distance
Highly accessible
Least accessible
Moderate accessible
Air Port
Legend
Bus ...
Proposals for the peri – urban area
Education: Two colleges
proposed
1- Ring road meets with Ajnala
road instead of G.T ro...
references
• Amritsar Master Plan- 2031
• A Research Paper on ‘Concept and Applications of Accessibility - A Retrospect’ b...
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“City for All- Proposals and the experiences towards the right to the city”.
Charlotte Mathivete.
But the increasing variety of the urban–rural relationships in the peri- urban areas challenges the policy makers to deal with the complexity of providing access to these areas.
The city Amritsar engulfs the tourist influx worldwide into its magnetic field due to its religious and the historical importance. The proposals in the master plan include the heritage walk, industrial, educational hub etc. Therefore “Master Plan Amritsar - 2031” focusing on the theme accessibility in the peri-urban areas is activity oriented approach at the macro level of the areas in the urbanisable limit of the city Amritsar. The population of the peri urban area is 4.18 lakhs and covering the area of 51426 hectares. The proposed land use in the planning area is residential 43%, circulation 15%, commercial 5%, public-semi public 11%, industrial 11% and recreational 15%. The study has the approach covering accessibility from the major proposed nodes and along the roads in the planning area and the MC limits.
In the lieu of the above the accessibility is analyzed by taking the distance of the radius 5km, 10km and 15km from the center as per the guidelines of the G.O.I and further supported by the demarcation of the four zones along the within the major roads. The accessibility along the roads is identified taking into account the travel characteristic that is the real journey time taken by the commuters.The accessibility to the peri –urban areas is also related with the different aspects then taking account of the commercial centers the shopping areas are sufficient, college need to be proposed to fulfill the requirement, in the terms of the transportation the peri- urban is linked through the outer ring roads; due to the proposal of the sports complex the recreational facilities are also well accessed; but on the darker side the health facilities are least accessible to the peri-urban areas.
So analyzing the access to peri- urban area and concluding as a whole the proposals are located taking the parameters such as directional growth of the city, location of the major roads such as NH, existing activity nodes. Therefore the proposed commercial centers are located in Manawala, Verka and Bal Kalan; recreational centers along the ring road and the NH; educational facilities i.e. two colleges along the Batala road and the Ajnala road; hospitals along the NH and ring road.

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Master Plan Amritsar - 2031 (Accessibility in Peri-Urban areas)

  1. 1. MASTER PLAN AMRITSAR - 2031 Presented By: Mr. Gagandeep Singh Ms. Savita Garg Team Members: Mr. Mridul Nischal Mr. Amir Latif Ms. Naresh Sharma Ms. Isha Sapra GURU RAMDAS SCHOOL OF PLANNING, GURU NANAK DEV UNIVERSITY, AMRITSAR (PUNJAB)
  2. 2. A plan for a period of generally about 20 years prepared and approved after following the relevant legal procedures, that source as an instrument to guide its socio–cultural, economic and physical development through judicious land use planning. Master Plan Master Plan Lang Term Planning Helps to shape cities Proposal and Guide document Proposed landuse plan of Amritsar
  3. 3. City for All The term CITY FOR ALL states that a City should be attractive, worthwhile, safe, not only for the people who are living there but also for people who earn money there and then go and live outside in the suburbs and in the surrounding communities. Housing & Affordability Socio-Economic Classification Disability Age and Gender Commuters Tourist Environment Aspects of City for All Infrastructure Concept of City for All Activity Oriented Landuse Oriented People Oriented
  4. 4. Accessibility in Peri – urban areas Accessibility is a relative quality accruing to a parcel of land by virtue of its relationship to a transportation system operating at some specified level of service. Peri-urban area is the transitional area of urban and rural having mixed character of these both. They are having neither fully urban nor entirely rural character. Generally , it originates from outside the municipal limit and ends to some extent in planning area of the city. Peri-urban area City Outgrowt h City Rural Area Rural Area RuralArea Interdependency with Urban Areas Availability of Natural Environment Land availability for decentralization of population and other projects Linkages in terms of through traffic Characteristics
  5. 5. Amritsar at a glance • 430 years old city • District head quarter • Important tourist destination (1 lac tourist/day) • Trade and commerce economy • Border city • Second metropolis of the state • Medieval period development • Ring and radial road pattern
  6. 6. AMRITSAR MASTER PLAN vision To develop Amritsar as a Eco-Friendly, National Heritage, Tourism & Cultural Hub, Medical and Educational Hub, Financial & Industrial Capital with Sustainable, Inclusive & Harmonious city. 51 Residential Commercial Industrial Public/Semi- Public Circulation Recreational Area Mixed Landuse 51% 1% 1% 1% 17% 19% 5% 5% Proposed Landuse Map- 2031 Landuse distribution Aspects M.C LPA Area 14237.22 ha 139419.45 ha Population 1.2 Million 1.9 Million Population Density 72 PPH 12 PPH No. of Settlements - 315
  7. 7. S.W.O.T. Analysis • Historical Significance. • Religious and Political Capital. • Tourist Destination for both National and International visitors. • Medical, Educational and Textile Hub. • High degree National and International connectivity. • Prime distribution centre of goods and services. • Rail and road gateway to the country for flow of goods and passenger traffic. • House of traditions of crafts and cottage industry. • House of known Indian food cuisines. Existing situations • Heritage walk named as Religio Cultural trail. • Majitha road proposed as Medical Hub. • G.T. road proposed as Educational Hub. • Upgradation of Railway Station. • Creating more opportunities to attract tourism. • Providing state of Art Tourism. • Different tourist circuits are proposed. • BRTS. • Food courts are proposed in commercial area. Proposals Strengthens
  8. 8. Golden Temple
  9. 9. Border
  10. 10. S.W.O.T. Analysis • Border settlement are prone to threat. • Low level of investment. • Unplanned and Unauthorized growth. • Shortage of housing both quantitatively and qualitatively. • Absence of infrastructure, facilities and amenities. • Lack on appreciation on conserving Heritage. • Poor public & goods transport system. • Parking Existing situations • Regulation of landuse along proposed road network. • Main focus is on providing shelter to LIG and EWS. • Heritage walk named as Religio Cultural trail. • Identification of prohibited area in Historical monuments. • Battery/ CNG operated public transport within walled city. • Upgradation of Railway Station. • Upgrade Khalsa Railway Station for handling the goods traffic. • Multistoried parking within the Walled city. • Paid parking. Proposals Weaknesses
  11. 11. Heterogenous Traffic
  12. 12. Poor Condition of E.W.S. Houses
  13. 13. S.W.O.T. Analysis • Major export centre. • Attracting large investment and generating considerable employment. • Emerging major tourist centre. • Emerging growth of Industries, major collection and distribution centre. • Demand growth of education, health, trade and commerce, entertainment and housing. • Becoming Air Cargo Hub for Northern India Existing situations • Shifting of markets from core to outer area and provision of food court along with parking space. • Guidelines for Rehries and Hawking Zone. • Industrial Park. • Educational and Medical City. • One Zoological Park, Sports Complex, Golf Courts, Shifting of Rambagh and up gradation of Stadium. • Main focus is on providing shelter to LIG and EWS. • A recreational area have been proposed along UBDC. Proposals Opportunities
  14. 14. Guru Nanak Dev University
  15. 15. Rajasansi International Airport
  16. 16. S.W.O.T. Analysis • Accidents and Jamming problems. • Delay in placing appropriate framework for preservation and conservation of heritage. • Delay in bridging gaps in basic infrastructure, services, trade & commerce. • Unhygienic conditions and foul smell along drain. • Pollution by industries, transport modes and solid waste. • Unfit Groundwater and water used for irrigation. Existing situations • Widening of road, bridge, extending elevated road and improving junctions • Conserving and revitalizing the Walled City. • Leveraging growth management process for resource generation. • Removing all Legal and Administrative roadblocks in the efficient growth management. • Buffer around industries and drain. • Treatment of water, sewage and industrial waste. Proposals Threats
  17. 17. Water logging on roads
  18. 18. Traffic at a Busy Junction (Bus Terminal)
  19. 19. As per the Master Plan of Amritsar, area outside the municipal boundary and upto the proposed outer ring road is called as urbanisable area i.e. Peri urban area of Amritsar. AMRITSAR MASTER PLAN Peri urban- Amritsar 43% 5%11% 11% 15% 15% Residential Commercial Industrial Public/Semi-Public Recreational Circulation Landuse distribution Peri-Urban area = 51,426 ha. Population = 4,16,854 Municipal Area Peri Urban Area
  20. 20. Aspects Proposals Location Commercial Recreational Infrastructure Circulation 3 Districts Shopping Centres 1 recreational area Medicity Education hub Exhibition grounds, Convention centers, Music, Art and Drama centre, etc. International level sports complex on southern part of city with an area of 50-60acres. 3 ring roads i.e. Inner ring road, Middle ring road and Outer ring road Public transport system i.e. BRTS - Along U.B.D.C Along Majitha Road G.T. Road towards Jalandhar Along Ajnala Road Along City Ring Road - Ajnala, Fatehgarh Churyan, Majitha, Batala, Jalandhar, Taran Taran, Jhabal and towards Boarder Proposals of peri – urban areas in Amritsar Master Plan
  21. 21. Analysis of accessibility in peri -urban areas No. Length (kms) Travel Speed (kms/hr) Time Travel (minutes) 1 5 20 15 2 10 20 30 3 15 20 45 No. Length (kms) Design Speed (kms/hr) Time Travel (minutes) 1 5 80 4 2 10 80 8 3 15 80 11 Fact: Remarkable difference between design travel time and actual time travel. Reason: Congestion. Solution: Proposal of BRTS in Master Plan. 5 km 10 km 15km Accessibility
  22. 22. • Public mass transport has been proposed on roads which have been shown on map. • The proposals of the Amritsar Master Plan are coming under the road buffer. • The routing of the further analysis have been done on the basis of these roads network. ` Accessibility from roads Distance Area(sqkm) High Accessible (800m) 39300 Less Accessible (>800m) 12100 Roads Buffer (800m) Legend Analysis of accessibility in peri -urban areas
  23. 23. Zoning ` 1 2 3 4 Zones have been demarcated taking roads as an parameter in Peri-Urban areas. The areas of the airport and cantonment are excluded. Zones Area (ha.) 1 5748 2 14756 3 12256 4 13156 Zone 3 Zone 4 Zone 1 Zone 2 AirPort Centroid Cantonment Legnd 1 2 3 4 Analysis of accessibility in peri -urban areas
  24. 24. Distance Highly accessible Moderate accessible Least accessible Accessibility from Commercial areas No. Accessibility (km) Area (sq.km) 1 5 58 2 10 182 3 15 170 4 >15 102 • 272 sq.km. area of peri – urban is least accessible. • Three district shopping centres has proposed but has not mentioned the location. ` Distance Highly accessible Least accessible Moderate accessible Commercial order 2 Commercial order 1 Centroid Routes Legend Analysis of accessibility in peri -urban areas
  25. 25. Exhibition Ground Rambagh Garden Park Centroid Routes Legend Accessibility from Recreational areas No. Accessibility (km) Area (sq.km) 1 5 39 2 10 187 3 15 193 4 >15 95 • 288 sq.km. area of peri – urban is least accessible. • Sports complex is proposed in southern part i.e. along city ring road. Distance Highly accessible Least accessible Moderate accessible Analysis of accessibility in peri -urban areas
  26. 26. Accessibility from Educational areas No. Accessibility (km) Area (sq.km) 1 5 4 2 10 140 3 15 185 4 >15 185 • 370 sq.km. area of peri – urban is least accessible. • Education hub is proposed along G.T road. • There is need to propose two colleges, as for population of 1.25 lakh there is requirement of one college. Distance Highly accessible Least accessible Moderate accessible University College Centroid Road Network Routes Legend Analysis of accessibility in peri -urban areas
  27. 27. Accessibility from Health areas Distance Highly accessible Hospital Legend Least accessible Moderate accessible No. Accessibility (km) Area (sq.km) 1 5 5 2 10 117 3 15 180 4 >15 212 • 392 sq.km. area of peri urban is least accessible. • Peri urban area is least accessible with health facilities. • There is need to propose one general hospital which is one for 2.5 lakh population. Analysis of accessibility in peri -urban areas
  28. 28. Accessibility from Transport linkages Distance Highly accessible Least accessible Moderate accessible Air Port Legend Bus Stsnd Railway Station Centroid Routes No. Accessibility (km) Area (sq.km) 1 5 78 2 10 195 3 15 169 4 >15 73 • 242 sq.km. area of peri urban is least accessible. • Peri urban area is in least accessible zone. • With coming up of ring road and public mass transport, accessibility has increased.. Analysis of accessibility in peri -urban areas
  29. 29. Proposals for the peri – urban area Education: Two colleges proposed 1- Ring road meets with Ajnala road instead of G.T road. 2- Along Batala road where middle ring road meets with this road. It will lead to development along Batala road. Commercial: Centers proposed along ring roads i.e. in Manawala, Verka and Iban kalan. Recreation: Along two major roads i.e. NH and city ring road, provide accessibility to peri urban area in SE direction. Health Facilities: General hospital along NH and Medium ring road. City Ring Road Medium Ring Road Outer Ring Road Hospital College Commercial area Sports Complex Legend Road Comments: It’s a good plan in case of transportation as connectivity has improved. All the proposals and their locations have been marked based on the transportation linkages and proposed mass transport. As border is present in western side of city, so the location of proposals will be decided accordingly.
  30. 30. references • Amritsar Master Plan- 2031 • A Research Paper on ‘Concept and Applications of Accessibility - A Retrospect’ by A.K.Sharma and Dr. Ashwani Luthra. • http:/www.indiansmartcities.in/concept note_3.12.2014

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