THE

suburban
RAIL

aka

Namma Railu
1. context
2. ECONOMIC BENEFITS
3.SOCIAL BENEFITS
4.ENVIRONMENTAL BENEFITS
5.regional DEVELOPMENT
1. context
Rapid
Urbanization
Of
bengaluru
TOWN 1507
TOWN 1971
MUNICIPALITY 1941
URBAN AGGLOMERATION 1971
URBAN AGGLOMERATION 1981
URBAN AGGLOMERATION 1991

BENGALUR...
Current infrastructural developments

3500 BUSES 35 % added IN 2006-2011

UPGRADING ROADS

METRO RAIL 115 KMS 38000 CRORES...
What makes
‘Namma railu’
The BEst
solution?
Speed, Space, capacity

Efficiency of transport on a 3.5m space
EXISTING RAIL NETWORK

440 KM
7 DIRECTIONS FROM BENGALURU

DODDABALLAPUR

CHIKKABALLAPUR

TUMKUR

KUNIGAL

MANDYA

BANGARP...
Industrial
Growth
and
Affordable
housing
for

the future
workforce
car trips can be avoided
to move

commuters daily
70 KM

1 HOUR

.

MANDYA

BANGARPET

TUMKUR

NEW GROWTH
CENTERS
DODDABALL
-APUR
Multi-modal
transportation

=

sustainable
transport
2. Economic
benefits
BRTS
BBMP,
BMTC

Namma
RAILu
budget

budget

20000

passengers

60000

passengers

METRO
BMRCL
budget
40000
passengers

1 ...
Generating profits
Namma Railu service would earn about

30 lakhs to
37 lakhs
daily
,

depending upon average ticket price...
DODDABALLAPUR

CHIKKABALLAPUR
TUMKUR

BANGARPET

KUNIGAL

HOSUR
MANDYA
Impact on Farmers

FARMER

MIDDLE
MEN

FARMER

MARKETS

MARKETS

Improved Agri value chains
3. Social
benefits
Lack of adequate
social infrastructure
in the peripheral towns
Education
health
public
amenities
New
urban
centers
industry
Employment
generation
Affordable housing in towns and an
easy work commute to bENGALURU
Development in adjacent towns
Lead...
Affordable
Mobility

PRICING

25 lakhs

commuters/daily

Servicing a
population of

1.8 crore

In
NAMMA RAILU bus

car

66 KMS

66 KMS

66 KMS

50
975
people
people
14 rs

3 people

60 rs 100 rs
Connecting people to
health care, education,
shopping and recreation
4.environmental
benefits
76% decline in
vegetation
cover
79% decline in
water bodies
and a

due to the increase in built up space in the

urban are...
Modal splits comparison with mumbai

SOURCE : RITES REPORT
Carbon
Hydro carbons
monoxide

Particulate
matter
Nitrogen
Oxide
Traffic noise is composed of cars honking, buses and trucks
horn and engine sounds, ignition sounds etc.
a daily ridership of 1.5 lakh people covering a distance of 370 km

naMMA RAILU bus

car
5. regional
development
The start-up boom
BENGALURU : the start-up capital of
India

929 start-up companies in the region
New companies need infra...
Industrial clusters
MANDYA

RAMNAGARA

TUMKUR

DODBALLAPUR

• Agro and food
processing units
• Sericulture
• Power
generation
• Textiles and
h...
CHIKKBALLAPUR

MALUR

BANGARPET

• Agriculture and
allied activities
• Textiles
• Sericulture
• Horticulture
• Tourism

• ...
Mumbai BENGALURU
economic corridor

BENGALURU Chennai
industrial corridor
MUMBAI

PENINSULAR REGION INDUSTRIAL
DEVELOPMENT CORRIDOR
(PRIDE CORRIDOR)

BENGALURU

TUMKUR
HOSKOTE
BANGARPET

CHENNAI
Last mile
Connectivity
‘Namma railu’
towards a more
sustainable
urban future
sources
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Centre for Ecologica...
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  • Hi Rajeev, it is good that we get suburban rail. Along with that we need to push BRTS as well on the Eastern Half of outer Ring Road from Silkboard to Hebbal instead of going for Expensive Metro. I feel having a Metro line parallel to under utilized track such as Hosur line a waste investment. Similarly when we have huge wide roads, going for Metro is waste. We have plenty of wide one way roads along with ORR which could host BRTS. Ahmedabad had done 89kms of BRTS already.
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  • Hi Rajeev,
    While the pitch seems to remove bottle neck and drive devlopment, this remains to be seen as to the political will and the duration / speed at which a thought can be channelised into action which includes completion within time frames. Given that the amount of projects still limping due to various log jams, this if given the go ahead with necessary funding without cost escalation, then I would say this is a vision which can be emulated in various other cities by 2025 or so.
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Socioeconomic benefits of Bengaluru Suburban Rail Service- Namma Railu

  1. 1. THE suburban RAIL aka Namma Railu
  2. 2. 1. context 2. ECONOMIC BENEFITS 3.SOCIAL BENEFITS 4.ENVIRONMENTAL BENEFITS 5.regional DEVELOPMENT
  3. 3. 1. context
  4. 4. Rapid Urbanization Of bengaluru
  5. 5. TOWN 1507 TOWN 1971 MUNICIPALITY 1941 URBAN AGGLOMERATION 1971 URBAN AGGLOMERATION 1981 URBAN AGGLOMERATION 1991 BENGALURU’S GROWTH URBAN AGGLOMERATION 2001 GREATER BENGALURU REGION BENGALURU METROPOLITAN REGION
  6. 6. Current infrastructural developments 3500 BUSES 35 % added IN 2006-2011 UPGRADING ROADS METRO RAIL 115 KMS 38000 CRORES suburban RAIL
  7. 7. What makes ‘Namma railu’ The BEst solution?
  8. 8. Speed, Space, capacity Efficiency of transport on a 3.5m space
  9. 9. EXISTING RAIL NETWORK 440 KM 7 DIRECTIONS FROM BENGALURU DODDABALLAPUR CHIKKABALLAPUR TUMKUR KUNIGAL MANDYA BANGARPET HOSUR
  10. 10. Industrial Growth and Affordable housing for the future workforce
  11. 11. car trips can be avoided to move commuters daily
  12. 12. 70 KM 1 HOUR . MANDYA BANGARPET TUMKUR NEW GROWTH CENTERS DODDABALL -APUR
  13. 13. Multi-modal transportation = sustainable transport
  14. 14. 2. Economic benefits
  15. 15. BRTS BBMP, BMTC Namma RAILu budget budget 20000 passengers 60000 passengers METRO BMRCL budget 40000 passengers 1 Suburban Train = 3.15 Metro Trains BRTS namma RAILu NAMMA METRO
  16. 16. Generating profits Namma Railu service would earn about 30 lakhs to 37 lakhs daily , depending upon average ticket price against daily operational cost of about Rs.26 lakhs to 29 lakhs. more revenue can be earned via advertising, parking, sponsors, more ridership
  17. 17. DODDABALLAPUR CHIKKABALLAPUR TUMKUR BANGARPET KUNIGAL HOSUR MANDYA
  18. 18. Impact on Farmers FARMER MIDDLE MEN FARMER MARKETS MARKETS Improved Agri value chains
  19. 19. 3. Social benefits
  20. 20. Lack of adequate social infrastructure in the peripheral towns
  21. 21. Education health public amenities New urban centers industry
  22. 22. Employment generation Affordable housing in towns and an easy work commute to bENGALURU Development in adjacent towns Leading to creation of new jobs
  23. 23. Affordable Mobility PRICING 25 lakhs commuters/daily Servicing a population of 1.8 crore In
  24. 24. NAMMA RAILU bus car 66 KMS 66 KMS 66 KMS 50 975 people people 14 rs 3 people 60 rs 100 rs
  25. 25. Connecting people to health care, education, shopping and recreation
  26. 26. 4.environmental benefits
  27. 27. 76% decline in vegetation cover 79% decline in water bodies and a due to the increase in built up space in the urban areas of Bengaluru This implies that any further significant net addition within the urban area will result in a decline in standard of living. Center for Ecological Sciences, IISc
  28. 28. Modal splits comparison with mumbai SOURCE : RITES REPORT
  29. 29. Carbon Hydro carbons monoxide Particulate matter Nitrogen Oxide
  30. 30. Traffic noise is composed of cars honking, buses and trucks horn and engine sounds, ignition sounds etc.
  31. 31. a daily ridership of 1.5 lakh people covering a distance of 370 km naMMA RAILU bus car
  32. 32. 5. regional development
  33. 33. The start-up boom BENGALURU : the start-up capital of India 929 start-up companies in the region New companies need infrastructure
  34. 34. Industrial clusters
  35. 35. MANDYA RAMNAGARA TUMKUR DODBALLAPUR • Agro and food processing units • Sericulture • Power generation • Textiles and handlooms • Engineering • Automobile components • Wooden toys • Granite • Kitchen equipment • Silk and silk products • Food processing • IT & BT • Textiles • Steel and Cement Mines • Aerospace, • Granite stone cutting and polishing • Coir products • Machinery components and mining • Dairy products • Electronic equipment servicing • Leather articles • Bakery products • Agriculture • Rearing • Fisheries
  36. 36. CHIKKBALLAPUR MALUR BANGARPET • Agriculture and allied activities • Textiles • Sericulture • Horticulture • Tourism • Agriculture • Horticulture • Animal Husbandry • Khadi and village industries • Textiles and handlooms • Mineral resources • Floriculture • Tourism • Sericulture • Agriculture • Horticulture • Mineral resources • Tamarind industries • Animal husbandry • Khadi and Village industries BANGALORE URBAN - ANEKAL • IT and related Products • Software • Readymade Garments • Agarbattis • Gem & Jewelers • Machine Tools, Light Engineering • Electronic Goods
  37. 37. Mumbai BENGALURU economic corridor BENGALURU Chennai industrial corridor
  38. 38. MUMBAI PENINSULAR REGION INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT CORRIDOR (PRIDE CORRIDOR) BENGALURU TUMKUR HOSKOTE BANGARPET CHENNAI
  39. 39. Last mile Connectivity
  40. 40. ‘Namma railu’ towards a more sustainable urban future
  41. 41. sources 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. http://praja.in/en/nammarailu Centre for Ecological Sciences, IISc Draft final report Jun 2010 of M/s Wilbur Smith Associates on Comprehensive Traffic and Transportation Study for Bangalore Metropolitan Region for BMRDA @Indian Railways Year Book 10-11 http://www.prajavaniepaper.com/pdf/2012/07/30/20120730a_003100017.jpg http://www.railnews.co.in/?p=19747 http://www.deccanchronicle.com/131128/news-current-affairs/article/gridlocked-city-needs-commuter-rail http://bangalore.citizenmatters.in/articles/commuter-rail-just-a-few-miles-more-to-start http://m.newindianexpress.com/ http://m.newindianexpress.com/bangalore/27603 http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/city/bangalore/Commuter-rail-remains-a-distant-dream/articleshow/26757541.cms http://www.thehindu.com/news/cities/bangalore/time-ripe-for-suburban-rail-in-bangalore/article5394595.ece http://bangalore.citizenmatters.in/articles/commuter-rail-to-be-a-reality-in-bangalore-cm http://www.railwaypro.com/wp/wp-content/uploads/2012/12/solutions_for_urban_transport__infographic.jpg http://praja.in/en/projects/3110/announcement/socio-econmic-benefits-bangalore-commuter-rail-service Bengaluru Commuter Rail Service can be profitable in ONE YEAR, a Praja document. http://praja.in/en/projects/3110/announcement/socio-econmic-benefits-bangalore-commuter-rail-service http://praja.in/en/projects/3110/announcement/socio-econmic-benefits-bangalore-commuter-rail-service http://praja.in/en/projects/3110/announcement/socio-econmic-benefits-bangalore-commuter-rail-service
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