[e-Government Program Action Plan : Holy Makkah City]

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[e-Government Program Action Plan : Holy Makkah City]

  1. 1. Holy Makah Smart City Action Plan Dr. Ibrahim S. Abdullah Holy Makkah Municipality 25th of June 2014 Seoul Metropolitan Government International Program on e-Government ; Smart Seoul Strategies
  2. 2. Holy Makkah Municipality www.holymakkah.gov.sa World population is over 7 Billions Muslims population is over 1.6 Billion Makkah number of visitor is over 20 Million annually By 2020, number of visitor expected to increase to over 30 M
  3. 3. Holy Makkah Municipality www.holymakkah.gov.sa 1. Religious Seasons 2. Transportation 3. Crowd Management 4. Fast urban development 5. Land Topology Holy Makkah Challenges
  4. 4. The Holy Mosque
  5. 5. High-rises around the Mosque
  6. 6. Action Plan • Define the requirements • Use Big-data analytics • Design metro routs and capacity • Design bus routs • Define projects and Develop RFPs • Biding and contracting the projects • Project Management Consultant • Testing • Operation and Marketing
  7. 7. Holy Makkah Municipality www.holymakkah.gov.sa Makkah Public Transport Program
  8. 8. Line Length (km) No. Of Stations A 54.2 27 B 32.1 15 C 48.1 21 D 47.3 25 Total 181.7 88 Holy Makkah Municipality www.holymakkah.gov.sa Metro Network
  9. 9. Category Parameter  NumberofRoutes 12 o BRT Routes 5 o Local Routes 7  Number of Vehicles 400-500  Number of Bus Stops 600-700  Length of all Routes (in one direction) 300 km  Headways 8-20min  Number of Shelters 400-500 Holy Makkah Municipality www.holymakkah.gov.sa Bus Network - Phase 1
  10. 10. Holy Makkah Municipality www.holymakkah.gov.sa Reduced Pollution: Major reduction in pollution levels: Over 50% in pollutant reduction Over 21.5 billion SAR Quality of Life
  11. 11. Holy Makkah Municipality www.holymakkah.gov.sa Better sense of community through connectivity Investment in Human and Social Capital
  12. 12. Station designs provide: Social space for residents Iconic image Investment in Human and Social Capital Holy Makkah Municipality www.holymakkah.gov.sa
  13. 13. Holy Makkah Municipality www.holymakkah.gov.sa Automatic Vehicle Location System (AVL) Intelligent Transportation Systems
  14. 14. Holy Makkah Municipality www.holymakkah.gov.sa Smart Card Payment System: Efficiency Ease Convenience Economical Flexible Intelligent Transportation Systems
  15. 15. Holy Makkah Municipality www.holymakkah.gov.sa Real-Time Information to Customers via: Internet (PC and mobile phone) At Stations Onboard buses and trains Intelligent Transportation Systems
  16. 16. Holy Makkah Municipality www.holymakkah.gov.sa Automatic Passenger Counting Cameras Intelligent Transportation Systems
  17. 17. Holy Makkah Municipality www.holymakkah.gov.sa Recommendations • Smart cities revolves around strategic visions of urban and human development • Communication is the most critical requirement for the success of smart cities. • Smart cities require graduate and integrated planning and implementation • Cooperation among stakeholder is an important success factor • Partnership between public and private sectors speed up the progress of smart cities

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