Presented By: Sanjog Bawane, Head-PPP,CCCL Infrastructure LimitedProceedings of the Indian Road Congress-One Day Workshop ...
 The Challenge Automated Parking- An Option Automated Parking Systems Selection Approach of Stakeholders Issues Con...
 India’s urban population is currently 31% of its total population. Demand for cars going up @15% p. a. On an average, ...
 Optimum Utilization of space with increased number of parking slots. Low parking and retrieval times. Driver friendly ...
Automated Parking Systems- Trolley Parking Fully Automatic System. Vertical lift running from vehicle entrance levelto ea...
Automated Parking Systems- Translator Parking Fully Automatic System. Translator simultaneously operated verticallyand ho...
Automated Parking Systems- Elevator Parking Fully Automatic System. Centrally located elevator moves vehiclesvertically a...
Semi-Automated Parking Systems- Puzzle Parking Semi-Automatic System based on Hydraulic or Chain-pulley mechanism. Upper...
Which ParkingSystem? Where? Planning revolves around vehicle density andfrequency. Trolley & Translator Parking equally ...
 Planning Authorities, ULB’s and Real Estate Developers has initiatedprojects. Most projects initiated by Public Agencie...
StandaloneAutomated parkingfacility is notfinancially viableCommercialdevelopment aboveparking facilitythrough PPP routeha...
 Public parking facility is required to be seen from a city perspective as awhole and not as a single facility at one loc...
 Proper traffic circulation planning around the parking facility within theparking site should be given utmost importance...
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Presented a paper on "Automated Parking Facilities as one of the Possible Solutions to the City Transport System" at the Workshop on "Possible Solutions to the City Transport System Including Pedestrain Segregation & Automated Parking Facilities" organised by Indian Road Congress & Highways Department, Govt of Tamilnadu on 26th April, 2013

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  1. 1. Presented By: Sanjog Bawane, Head-PPP,CCCL Infrastructure LimitedProceedings of the Indian Road Congress-One Day Workshop cum Seminar on " Possible Solutions to the City Transport Systemincluding Pedestrians Segregation & Automated Parking Facilities" on 26th April,2013, Chennai.
  2. 2.  The Challenge Automated Parking- An Option Automated Parking Systems Selection Approach of Stakeholders Issues Conclusion CCCL’s Project OverviewProceedings of the Indian Road Congress-One Day Workshop cum Seminar on " Possible Solutions to the City Transport Systemincluding Pedestrians Segregation & Automated Parking Facilities" on 26th April,2013, Chennai.
  3. 3.  India’s urban population is currently 31% of its total population. Demand for cars going up @15% p. a. On an average, parking space requirement has out-stripped the numberof vehicles by 45%. On –street parking congesting the already congested roads. Parking spaces for the rising car population has become a majorchallenge for Effective City Transport System.Proceedings of the Indian Road Congress-One Day Workshop cum Seminar on " Possible Solutions to the City Transport Systemincluding Pedestrians Segregation & Automated Parking Facilities" on 26th April,2013, Chennai.
  4. 4.  Optimum Utilization of space with increased number of parking slots. Low parking and retrieval times. Driver friendly and secured. Environment friendly due to reduced emissions and fuel savings. Potential to make huge difference in urban transport planning.Proceedings of the Indian Road Congress-One Day Workshop cum Seminar on " Possible Solutions to the City Transport Systemincluding Pedestrians Segregation & Automated Parking Facilities" on 26th April,2013, Chennai.
  5. 5. Automated Parking Systems- Trolley Parking Fully Automatic System. Vertical lift running from vehicle entrance levelto each parking level and independently working trolley. Efficient for high density and high parking cycles.Proceedings of the Indian Road Congress-One Day Workshop cum Seminar on " Possible Solutions to the City Transport Systemincluding Pedestrians Segregation & Automated Parking Facilities" on 26th April,2013, Chennai.
  6. 6. Automated Parking Systems- Translator Parking Fully Automatic System. Translator simultaneously operated verticallyand horizontally to move vehicles in-out on all levels. Efficient for high density and high parking cycles.Proceedings of the Indian Road Congress-One Day Workshop cum Seminar on " Possible Solutions to the City Transport Systemincluding Pedestrians Segregation & Automated Parking Facilities" on 26th April,2013, Chennai.
  7. 7. Automated Parking Systems- Elevator Parking Fully Automatic System. Centrally located elevator moves vehiclesvertically and horizontally. High speed operations and low noise.Proceedings of the Indian Road Congress-One Day Workshop cum Seminar on " Possible Solutions to the City Transport Systemincluding Pedestrians Segregation & Automated Parking Facilities" on 26th April,2013, Chennai.
  8. 8. Semi-Automated Parking Systems- Puzzle Parking Semi-Automatic System based on Hydraulic or Chain-pulley mechanism. Upper and Lower pallets move vertically and horizontally for in-outvehicular movement Modular in nature and has multiple entry points.Proceedings of the Indian Road Congress-One Day Workshop cum Seminar on " Possible Solutions to the City Transport Systemincluding Pedestrians Segregation & Automated Parking Facilities" on 26th April,2013, Chennai.
  9. 9. Which ParkingSystem? Where? Planning revolves around vehicle density andfrequency. Trolley & Translator Parking equally efficient when itcomes to handling high density and high frequency(CBD’s, Railway Stations & Airports). Puzzle parking/Semi-Automatic Parking solves thepurpose for high density but low frequency (Officepremises, residential complex)Proceedings of the Indian Road Congress-One Day Workshop cum Seminar on " Possible Solutions to the City Transport Systemincluding Pedestrians Segregation & Automated Parking Facilities" on 26th April,2013, Chennai.
  10. 10.  Planning Authorities, ULB’s and Real Estate Developers has initiatedprojects. Most projects initiated by Public Agencies are on PPP. DDA in its MPD 2021 has recognized PPP approach for projects andidentified the locations as well. Thus projects can be taken on fast track byULB’s. Office premises and high end housing complex too are keen on Semi-Automatic Parking Systems.Proceedings of the Indian Road Congress-One Day Workshop cum Seminar on " Possible Solutions to the City Transport Systemincluding Pedestrians Segregation & Automated Parking Facilities" on 26th April,2013, Chennai.
  11. 11. StandaloneAutomated parkingfacility is notfinancially viableCommercialdevelopment aboveparking facilitythrough PPP routehas not beensuccessful so farLocations thoughare of highcommercial valuebut not enough tofetch higher IRR tothe developerLocations are mostlyparks/green spaces.Projects proposed onsuch land gets tangledin legal battles.Authorities demandpremium fromdevelopers forprojects on PPP mode.This further affectsthe returns.Parking projects below busterminals and commercialdev. above it on PPP is notsuccessful. Developers arenot able to en-cash highground floor rentals as Gr.Floor is for circulation ofbuses.Proceedings of the Indian Road Congress-One Day Workshop cum Seminar on " Possible Solutions to the City Transport Systemincluding Pedestrians Segregation & Automated Parking Facilities" on 26th April,2013, Chennai.
  12. 12.  Public parking facility is required to be seen from a city perspective as awhole and not as a single facility at one location. Projects need to be takenup simultaneously at different locations. In depth assessment of locations, so as to decide on which projects shouldbe implemented on PPP (Premium) or PPP (Concession Period Criteria) orEPC. Cross subsidise such projects within the parking projects. Double entry accrual based system of accounting in ULB’s will ease theprocess of this cross subsidisation. Consider other options of parking as well like conventional and SemiAutomatic parking facilities at different locations so as to reduce thefinancing burden on the public agencies and thereby making the crosssubsidisation model a reality.Proceedings of the Indian Road Congress-One Day Workshop cum Seminar on " Possible Solutions to the City Transport Systemincluding Pedestrians Segregation & Automated Parking Facilities" on 26th April,2013, Chennai.
  13. 13.  Proper traffic circulation planning around the parking facility within theparking site should be given utmost importance. Use of advance construction methodologies like “Top-Down Construction”and “Prefab Construction” substantially reduces the construction time.4.50M WIDE ROAD4.50MWIDEROAD4.50MWIDEROADRAMP DN±0.00 LVLRAMP UP±0.00 LVLENTRYEXITRAMP DN±0.00 LVLENTRYRAMP UP±0.00 LVLEXITProceedings of the Indian Road Congress-One Day Workshop cum Seminar on " Possible Solutions to the City Transport Systemincluding Pedestrians Segregation & Automated Parking Facilities" on 26th April,2013, Chennai.
  14. 14. Proceedings of the Indian Road Congress-One Day Workshop cum Seminar on " Possible Solutions to the City Transport Systemincluding Pedestrians Segregation & Automated Parking Facilities" on 26th April,2013, Chennai.

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