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Urban Transportation Market in India

  1. 1. Urban Transportation Market in India – Future Prospective March 2010
  2. 2. Table of Contents• Indian Economy• Urban Transport System in India• National Urban Transport Policy 2006• Jawaharlal Nehru National Urban Renewal Mission• Metro System• Bus Rapid Transit System• Buses for City Transport
  3. 3. Indian EconomyPopulation Growth in India, 2005-10(Figures in Billion) 1.17 1.15 1.14 • Second fastest growing major 1.12 economy in the world. 1.11 • Second highest populated country in the world after China. 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 • The economy is expected to grow at 7.2% in 2009-10 (CSO est.)Indias GDP at Current Prices, 2005-10(Figures in US$ Billion) • Foreign exchange reserves of US$ 1203.2 1330.5 283.5 billion as in December 2009. 924.7 1068.0 • Sixth largest crude consumer and 800.0 fifth largest oil importer in the world. 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09QE 2009-10AE Note: GDP figures for 2009-10 are AE - advance estimates; QE - quick estimates 3 Source: Economic Survey 2009-2010 (www.indiabudget.nic.in)
  4. 4. Urbanization in India India has witnessed a phenomenal growth in urban population. 61% 1950 2005 2030 55% 49% Percentage Urbanized 40% 41% 29% 29% 17% 17% World Asia IndiaSource: ADB. 2006. Urbanization and Sustainability in Asia. Manila, Philippines. 4
  5. 5. Vehicles Growth in India – Present ScenerioVehicles Growth in India, 1998-2006(Figures in Millions) 89.6 81.5 72.7 67.0 55.0 58.9 44.9 48.8 41.4 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006Goods Vehicles 2.54 2.55 2.71 2.95 2.97 3.49 3.74 4.03 4.43Buses incl. Omni Bus 0.54 0.54 0.56 0.63 0.64 0.72 0.76 0.89 0.99Two Wheelers 28.64 31.33 34.12 38.56 41.58 47.52 51.92 58.80 64.74Cars, Jeeps & Taxis 5.14 5.56 6.14 7.06 7.61 8.59 9.44 10.31 11.52Others (LMV, Tractors, Trailers etc) 4.51 4.90 5.31 5.80 6.12 6.67 6.80 7.44 7.93 5 Source: Road Transport Year Book 2006-07 (March 2009), Ministry of Shipping, Road Transport & Highways, Govt. of India
  6. 6. Urban Transport Scenario From 1981 to 2001, population increased in six major metropolises by 1.9 times but motor vehicles increased by 7.75 times. Forecast of Vehicle Populations in India Total on road Vehicle Fuel Consumption (Figures in Million Vehicles) (Figures in Million Tons of Oil Equivalent)400 372.7350 371.0300250 246.1200 221.0150 121.3 115.0100 63.9 73.0 49.1 58.0 50 0 2005 2008 2015 2025 2035 2005 2008 2015 2025 2035 Two Wheelers Three Wheelers LCV HCV Cars Energy demand in transport sector projected to grow at 5-8% per annum 6 Source: Ministry of Urban Development, GOI
  7. 7. India - Urban Transportation Scene• 2nd Largest urban system• 60% GDP generated from urban areas• 5161 towns and cities – 7 megacities (4 million + population) – 28 cities with population 1-4 million – 13 cities in 0.8 to 1.0 million range, will cross 1 million by next census – 40 cities in 0.5 to 1 million population range and balance state capitals• Motorization rates are high• In 6 Metro Cities, during 1981 to 2001 – Population increased by 2 times – Motor vehicles increased by 8 times• In 2006, organised city bus service - in only 20 cities 7Source: Ministry of Urban Development, GOI
  8. 8. Opportunities in Indian InfrastructurePlanning Commission Estimated Spends forXIth Plan (2007-12)(Figures in Percent) Key Focus Area100% = US$ 444.7 Billion • Significant PPP model for roads US$ 175.0 B • Golden quadrilateral 65.9 Railways • Rural Roads Power 32% • Privatisation of Ports & 9.0 Airports Transport 19.1 Ports Airports 40% • Selective opening up of Telecom 18% 81.1 Roads railways for container traffic Telecom 10% • Urban Mass Transportation 11t h P l a n Private sector expected to contribute to a large proportion of this investment 8Source: Planning Commission, GOI
  9. 9. Investments RequiredInvestments Required in Urban transport in XI Plan (2007-12) - Total Investment around US$ 30 billion. US$ 4.6 billion US$ 77 million 4.0 million plus cities Transport Planning and Capacity Building US$ 7.2 billion US$ 5.7 billion US$ 1.7 billion 1.0 – 4.0 million cities 0.5 – 1.0 million cities MRTS US$ 1.6 billion US$ 8.4 billion 0.1 - 0.5 million cities Modern BusesSource: Planning Commission, GOI 9Exchange Rate: US $1 = INR 45.37132 (September 22, 2008)
  10. 10. Urban transport – Key Issues Transport in the Republic of India is an important part of the nations economy.• Current Problems: – Rapid urbanization & growing transport demand – Inadequate public transport and rapid motorization – Mix of slow and fast vehicles without segregation – Increasing level of congestion and pollution – Transport energy demand and carbon emissions rising – Uncoordinated management of urban land use/ transport• Causes of Problems – Poor quality and insufficient capacity of roads – Explosive numbers – India’s urban population has grown 4.6 times, vehicle numbers have increased 158 times – Insufficient road space available to public transport 10
  11. 11. National Urban Transport Policy (NUTP) 2006 India launched its first transportation policy in 2006, which focuses on moving people and not vehicles. Ensure coordinated planning for urban transport Ensure integrated land use & transport planning People focused & equitable allocation of road space Investments in public transport & Non Motorized modes National Urban Strategies for parking space and freight traffic movements Transport Policy (2006) Establish Regulatory mechanisms for a level playing field Innovative financing methods to raise resources Promote ITS, cleaner fuel & vehicle technologies for cities Build capacity to plan for sustainable urban transport Projects to demonstrate best practices in sustainable transport 11Source: “NUTP and JnNURM- Government of India Initiatives to Strengthen Public Transport”, S.K. Lohia, OSD (MRTS), MoUD, GOI
  12. 12. JnNURM Federal Government also launched a new scheme JnNURM (Jawaharlal Nehru National Urban Renewal Mission) to finance urban transportation initiatives.• A mission for integrated development of urban infrastructure services with the assistance of the Centre, state and local bodies• Set up with US$ 20 billion outlay to cover 60 cities with a million-plus population in next seven yearsObjective: – Provide basic services to urban poor (housing, water supply, sanitation, slum improvement, community toilets); and – Enhance overall urban infrastructure 12
  13. 13. Focus of the Ministry of Urban Development Public Transport/ NMT UMTA CMP (Unified (Comprehensive Metropolitan Mobility Plan ) Transport Authority) Capacity Building 13Source: “NUTP and JnNURM- Government of India Initiatives to Strengthen Public Transport”, S.K. Lohia, OSD (MRTS), MoUD, GOI
  14. 14. Urban Transport - Metro Rail Projects Urban ministry is supporting metro rail projects also in bigger cities to serve high demand corridors.City-wise Metro Systems – Kms & Investment • Delhi is successfully operating its Metro City Kms App. Cost Lines with daily ridership of 1 Million (US$ Million) passengers / per day.Delhi 121.26 4085 – 86 km is under operations.Mumbai 62.89 3915Bangalore 42.30 1736 – Another 100 km is under construction.Kolkata 14.67 1037 • Metro rail projects promoted under jointChennai 46.50 3106 ownership with the concerned stateHyderabad 71.00 2638 governments in Delhi, Bangalore, KolkataCochin 25.30 0617 & Chennai – 20% Viability Gap Funding for Urban transport projects on PPP Mumbai 14Source: “NUTP and JnNURM- Government of India Initiatives to Strengthen Public Transport”, S.K. Lohia, OSD (MRTS), MoUD, GOI
  15. 15. Major Trust on BRT System in India Buses contribute as the most important mode of Public transport across all cities. City-wise BRT Systems – Kms City Kms planned App. Cost • Current Status – 17 Cities are considering, (US$ Million) planning or implementing busway/BRT Pune 101.77 204.00 projects. Pimpri Chinchwad 42.22 -- • 10 of the 17 are being funded through Indore 11.45 20.00 JnNURM Bhopal 21.71 -- Ahmedabad 88.50 196.00 – BRTS Projects for 422 Kms sanctioned Jaipur 39.45 44.00 for 9 mission cities at a total cost of Vijaywada 15.50 -- US$ 1,016 million (@ US$ 2.4 million per km) Vizag 42.80 -- Rajkot 29.00 -- Surat 29.90 -- Delhi* 121.00 --Note: * Delhi is implementing BRTS with its own funds. 15
  16. 16. Challenges Cities Challenges FacedAhmadabad 1. Design modification to accommodate NHAI concerns, 2. Presence of underground utilities hampered work during construction, high tender premium, 3. Price escalations due to rise in steel and cement, 4. Viability gap in operations, 5. Poor response from bus manufacturersRajkot 1. Negative Media Publicity (especially Delhi and Pune BRTS) 2. Apprehensions of Car / Two Wheeler users about reduction in road space 3. Lack of knowledge of BRT System amongst various stakeholders 4. Steep rise in cost raw material (Steel, Cement) may impact the construction cost of Pilot ProjectBhopal 1. Road widths are not uniform through out the Corridors 2. On street parking need to be restricted along the BRTS corridors.Indore 1. Project Implementation in City condition involves delay due to provisions of multiple services 2. Negative press in other cities regarding BRTS causes doubts in the minds of local press and politicians. 3. Non-availability of funds for subsidizing induction of world class technology including high capacity modern rolling stock.Pune & 1. Due to lack of a full understanding of a BRT system, initial cost estimates as presented to MoUD were too low.Pimpri 2. Demand for underpasses/foot over bridges at bus stopsChinchwad 3. Enforcement of BRT lanes, Narrow streets 4. Training of bus drivers 5. Hawkers, encroachment, parking, and Access control from adjoining properties 6. Demand to allow other high capacity modes, Media strategy 16
  17. 17. Challenges Cities Challenges FacedVijaywada 1. Land Acquisitions 2. Integration of planned and existing ROBs and Flyover 3. Encroachments 4. Integration issues with NHAI,APSRTC and other agenciesVizag 1. Land Acquisition 2. Mixed composition of traffic of both MV & NMV 3. No park and ride facilities 4. Integration with existing flyovers and FOBs 5. Bad media publicity due to problems in BRTS projects already in operationJaipur 1. Re routing of 1800 mini buses 2. Lack of understanding of BRT elements by contractors 3. Inadequate RoW on few sections 4. Land acquisition delays the implementation process & land acquisition issues 5. Unavailability of lands for provision of parking near bus stops 6. Unacceptability of one way traffic movement 7. Shopkeepers/property owners habitual to free on-street parking (consider it as their right) 8. Shifting of existing utilities services 9. Monopoly of bus manufacturers 10.Low floor buses are costly to operate and procure 11.Financial sustainability of overall operationalDelhi 1. Signaling 2. Heavy traffic in motorized lane in certain stretches, specially some intersections 3. Enforcing traffic discipline 4. Jay walking 5. Inappropriate design features 17
  18. 18. Buses for City Transport• In February 2009, MoUD (GOI) launched the bus financing scheme for the Urban Transport System under the second stimulus package through JnNURM scheme for 63 mission cities. – The financing was meant exclusively for city bus service and Bus Rapid Transits System (BRTS) for all Mission cities.• MoUD classified all the cities as millennium cities with the population of more than one (1) million and a second level of cities with a population range of 0.5 to one (1) million. Public Transport is one of the most significant sectors for this revitalization plan.• MoUD is also contemplating go extend this scheme to 118 more cities (200,000+ population cities) which is possible only after the buses already sanctioned are put on road as per the 100 Days Action Plan. 18
  19. 19. Name of Transport Corporation – State LevelS. No. STUs Fleet Size 1. Karnataka State Road Transport Corporation (KSRTC) 7,100 2. Andhra Pradesh State Road Transport Corporation (APSRTC) 21,335 3. Tamil Nadu State Road Transport Corporation (SETC) 3,257 4. Maharashtra State Road Transport Corporation (MSRTC) 16,000 5. Goa Transportation (Kadamba Transport Corporation - KTC) 432 6. Delhi Transport Corporation (DTC) 3,626 7. Himachal Pradesh Road Transport Corporation (HRTC) 1881 8. Rajasthan State Road Transport Corporation (RSRTC) 4,747 9. Gujarat State Transport Corporation (GSRTC) 8,000 10. PEPSU Road Transport Corporation (PRTC) 1,041 11. Uttar Pradesh State Road Transport (UPSRTC) 6,561 12. Jammu & Kashmir State Road Transport Corporation (JKSRTC) 1060 13. Arunachal Pradesh State Transport services (APSTS) 233 14. Assam State Transport Corporation (ASTC) 349 15. Bihar State Road Transport Corporation (BSRT) 531 16. Kerala State Road Transport Corporation (KSRTC) 3,944 17. Mizoram State Road Transport (MST) 64 18. Orissa state Road Transport Corporation (OSRTC) 261 19 Uttarakhand Transport Corporation (UTC) 943 19Source: Various STUs, October 2009; Association of State Road Transport Undertakings
  20. 20. Buses for City TransportEconomic stimulus package• 15,260 modern buses sanctioned under economic stimulus package at a cost of US$ 1,020 Million• Waive state & local taxes on public transport (upto 16%)• 61 mission cities Covered; about 4000 buses are on road as on 31st December 2009• 34 new cities to get organised city bus serviceUrban Bus Specifications• Low floor (400mm), semi low floor (650mm) and standard buses (900mm) as against prevailing 1100mm floor height (truck chassis)• ITS features • LED sign boards • Audio visual passenger information • Multiplexing, On board diagnostics • Cameras, integrated controller • GPS, GPRS, Smart card ticketing machines 20Source: Ministry of Urban Development, GoI (January 2010)
  21. 21. Fund sanctioned under JnNURM - States Number of Total Funding Centre Share Amount releasedS. No. States Buses (Rs. In Millions) (Rs. In Millions) (Rs. In Millions) 1. Andhra Pradesh 1,500 3529.0 1455.9 727.9 2. Arunachal Pradesh N.A. 43.2 38.9 19.5 3. Assam 200 158.0 142.2 71.1 4. Bihar N.A. 266.5 253.5 126.7 5. Chandigarh 200 N.A. N.A. N.A. 6. Chhattisgarh N.A. 148.5 118.8 59.4 7. Delhi 625 N.A. N.A. N.A. 8. Goa N.A. 77.0 62.0 31.0 9. Gujarat N.A. 2233.0 781.6 390.8 10. Haryana N.A. 546.0 273.0 136.5 11. Himachal Pradesh 272 N.A. N.A. N.A. 12. J&K N.A. N.A. N.A. N.A. 13. Jharkhand N.A. 373.0 239.0 119.5 14. Karnataka 1,100 2734.5 1129.8 564.7 15. Kerala 320 1244.0 782.2 391.1 16. Madhya Pradesh 826 3290.0 N.A. N.A. 17. Maharashtra 1,250 6044.8 2579.5 1289.8 21
  22. 22. Fund sanctioned under JnNURM - States Number of Total Funding Centre Share Amount releasedS. No. States Buses (Rs. In Millions) (Rs. In Millions) (Rs. In Millions) 18. Manipur 25 67.5 N.A. N.A. 19. Meghalaya N.A. N.A. N.A. N.A. 20. Mizoram 28 32.5 29.3 14.6 21. Nagaland N.A. N.A. N.A. N.A. 22. Orissa N.A. 198.0 158.4 79.2 23. Pondicherry N.A. N.A. N.A. N.A. 24. Punjab 659 2120.0 N.A. N.A. 25. Rajasthan N.A. 1502.7 773.7 386.8 26. Sikkim N.A. N.A. N.A. N.A. 27. Tamilnadu N.A. 1775.6 887.8 443.8 28. Tripura 130 370.0 N.A. N.A. 29. Uttar Pradesh 1,310 5144.1 2606.0 1303.0 30. Uttaranchal 195 660.0 N.A. N.A. 31. West Bengal 710 3820.0 1370.0 685.0 22
  23. 23. Proposed Strategic Reforms1. Set up an SPV to manage bus services, set up an UMTA to coordinate urban transport and use PPP for operations2. Use of ITS and integration of multi-modal systems3. Bus prioritisation at intersections, dedicated/demarcated lanes for buses4. Designate a nodal department for urban transport5. Formulate a policy on parking and its implementation plan6. Formulate a policy on advertising and its implementation plan7. Formulate a policy on Transit Oriented Development8. Set up an Urban Transport Fund9. Waive/reimburse state and local taxes on public transport10. Mechanism for periodic revision of public transport fares11. Set up a Traffic Information and Management Center 23 23
  24. 24. Proposed Strategic Reforms - Status HelplineS. No. States SPV UMTA Transport Fund Dedicated Lane Number 1. Andhra Pradesh      2. Arunachal Pradesh      3. Assam      4. Bihar      5. Chandigarh      6. Chhattisgarh      7. Delhi      8. Goa      9. Gujarat      10. Haryana      11. Himachal Pradesh      12. J&K      13. Jharkhand      14. Karnataka      15. Kerala      16. Madhya Pradesh      17. Maharashtra      24
  25. 25. Proposed Strategic Reforms - Status HelplineS. No. States SPV UMTA Transport Fund Dedicated Lane Number 18. Manipur      19. Meghalaya      20. Mizoram      21. Nagaland      22. Orissa      23. Pondicherry      24. Punjab      25. Rajasthan      26. Sikkim      27. Tamilnadu      28. Tripura      29. Uttar Pradesh      30. Uttaranchal      31. West Bengal      25
  26. 26. Unified Mass Transit Authority• Ahmedabad Janmarg Limited (AJL)• Bangalore Metropolitan Land Transport Authority (BMLTA)• Delhi Integrated Multi-Modal Transit System Limited (DIMTS)• Indore City Transport Services Limited (ICTSL)• Jaipur City Transport Services Limited (JCTSL)• Pune Mahanagar Parivahan Mahamandal Limited (PMPML)
  27. 27. Ahmedabad Janmarg Limited (AJL) • Ahmedabad Municipal Corporation floated a Special Purpose Vehicle (SPV), named Ahmedabad Janmarg Limited (AJL), to run the BRT system in 2007.Bus Operator: Charted Logistic Pvt. Ltd. • AJL is heading the planning and Kaizen Engineering designing of 88 km of BRT roads inITS and Ticketing: Systems Pvt. Ltd. Ahmedabad.Automated Technocrats Systems Pvt.Doors: Ltd. – It is in charge of floating tenders,Automated Traffic Webel with Technical finalizing contracts and runningSignal System: Support from CDAC operations as the BRT system moves towards completion. • Currently, AJL is operating 18 buses on a stretch of 12.5 km (from R.T.O. to Chandranagar). 27
  28. 28. Bangalore Metropolitan Land Transport Authority • BMLTA was created in March 2007 to co-ordinate all land transport matters in the BMR. – The authority is also responsible Bangalore MetropolitanBus Operator: for the preparation of Master Plan Transport Corporation Siemens Limited for Transport Infrastructure and toITS and Ticketing: oversee implementation of all (Pilot – 100 buses)Automated transportation projects. NADoors: • Currently, there is no plan toAutomated Traffic introduce BRT System in the city. NASignal System: However, Bangalore city bus operation is rated as one of the best in India, managed by Bangalore Metropolitan Transport Corporation. 28
  29. 29. Delhi Integrated Multi-Modal Transit System • Government of Delhi established a SPV in June 2006, named Delhi Integrated Multi-Modal Transit System Limited (DIMTS) to manage the operation of BRT Corridor.Bus Operator: DTC & Private Operator – In July 2007, Infrastructure - Sirf Technology Development Finance CompanyITS and Ticketing: Ltd. (IDFC) bought 50% stake from - Cubic System (Pilot)Automated the government. NADoors: • DIMTS is set up to provide expertAutomated Traffic services in Urban transport & Siemens LimitedSignal System: infrastructure development. • Currently, DIMTS is managing all transportation related projects in Delhi on behalf of Transport Department. 29
  30. 30. Indore City Transport Services Limited • Indore Municipal Corporation (IMC) and Indore Development Authority (IDA) jointly created a SPV, named Indore City Transport Services - Dayajeet Nimay Logistics Limited (ICTSL) to operate and - Rama jyoti TravelsBus Operator: manage the public transport system - Anam Travels - Priyadarshani Transport in city with private sectorITS and Ticketing: - R-Square Systems & participation. Solutions – ICTSL is currently operating 96AutomatedDoors: NA buses in urban area and 14 busesAutomated Traffic in sub-urban area. Tender under progressSignal System: • ICTSL has planned to build a network of BRT corridors with a total length of 88.4 km. 30
  31. 31. Jaipur City Transport Services Limited (JCTSL) • Jaipur Development Authority (JDA) is responsible for BRTS infrastructure creation in the city. After construction, JDA will transfer the corridor to Jaipur City TransportBus Operator: Tender under progress Services Limited (JCTSL) for operation & maintenance.ITS and Ticketing: Tender under progress – JCTSL is a SPV jointly setup by JDAAutomated Tender under progress & JMC (Jaipur MunicipalDoors:Automated Traffic Corporation) in August 2007, to Tender under progress manage the Bus Operations.Signal System: • Under the JnNURM scheme, MoUD has sanctioned 400 buses for city bus operation, of which 100 buses shall be utilized as BRT buses. 31
  32. 32. Pune Mahanagar Parivahan Mahamandal Limited • Pune Mahanagar Parivahan Mahamandal Limited (PMPML) was formed by merging the erstwhile PMT (Pune Municipal Transport)Bus Operator: NA and PCMT (Pimpri-ChinchwadITS and Ticketing: NA Municipal Transport) into a company in 2007.Automated NA – Since 2008, it is also managingDoors:Automated Traffic the BRT services in Pune. NASignal System: • Pune inaugurated a pilot BRT corridor on December 03, 2006 with a stretch of 14.8 km. 32
  33. 33. Market Opportunity for ITS and AFC projects• MoUD Specification• Key Market Drivers• Key Players – Cubic Transportation Systems India Pvt. Ltd. – Siemens Information Systems Ltd. – Vix-ERG Pty. Ltd.
  34. 34. MoUD SpecificationMoUD, GoI through the Urban Bus Specification mandated:• Provision of Destination Boards on Front, Service Door side, Rear as well as internal board with audio-visual Passenger Information System and Vehicle Tracking Systems in buses procured under JnNURM.• The system on the bus should be such that a single controller, compatible with Ticketing Machine and Smart Card reader, should be able to control passenger information system (audio & visual), vehicle tracking system, Drivers bus route guidance and multiplex wiring system and two cameras on the bus. – The camera recording for atleast 48 hours should be available either on the bus or recorded in the back office system. – The controller should have inbuilt GPS, GPRS capability to be able to integrate with back office Intelligent Transport System (ITS) requirements and signs on bus stops and BRT’s. 34
  35. 35. Key Market Drivers • As per MoUD guidelines, all buses procured under Regulatory requirement JnNURM scheme should incorporate ITS features. • As per its reform agenda, MoUD also directed city need to implement ITS through city specific SPV, preferably on PPP model. • Availability of funding under JnNURM has also Funding pushed many cities to construct infrastructure of city bus services • ITS is now become essential component of efficient city bus service rather than just a operational tool.Future Planning • For better future planning, the data can be gathered through ITS components. 35
  36. 36. Cubic Transportation Systems India Contact Details Projects in IndiaCubic Transportation Systems India Pvt. Ltd. • In November 2009, Cubic launched a five-Address: H-08, Level 1, Module 1, month trial run in Delhi in collaboration withL&T Phoenix Infoparks Pvt. Ltd. Delhi Integrated Multi Modal Transit SystemSpecial Economic Zone, HITEC City 2, Gachibowli Limited.Hyderabad, India • AFC system is installed in 6 buses plying onPhone: 91-40-44605151 Dwarka Mudrika route operated by the DelhiFax: 91-40-44605152 Transport Corporation.Website: www.cubic.com – Cubic plans to sell approximately 5,000 smart cards to passengers. The cards willCompany Details be processed by Cubic’s Driver Control Unit, an on-bus processing platform that• Cubic Transportation Systems India is a integrates automatic fare collection, GPS- subsidiary of Cubic Corporation. based vehicle tracking, passenger• The company currently provides fare counting and security. collection systems and services in London, – Conductors are responsible for the sale Germany, Sweden, Italy, Australia, Atlanta, and top-up of the cards inside the buses. New York-New Jersey, Philadelphia and Los • Currently, around 500 cards are sold to the Angeles passengers and system is working efficiently. 36
  37. 37. Siemens Information Systems Ltd. Contact Details Projects in IndiaSiemens Information Systems India Pvt. Ltd.Address: IFFCO Tower, Plot No.3, • Siemens Information system has been3rd floor, Sector 29 authorized by BMTC to conduct trial in 189Gurgaon - 122001 buses in one depot with 20 PIS boards.Haryana, India – The installation of hardware in the busesPhone: NA and BQSs have been completed.Fax: NA – The server room has also been set up inWebsite: www.siemens.co.in the corporate office of BMTC at Shanti Nagar by Siemens. BMTC only providedCompany Details one room with electricity connection. – The trial (Proof of Concept) is scheduled to• Siemens Information Systems Ltd. (SISL) is a commence w.e.f. November 16, 2009. wholly owned subsidiary of Siemens Ltd.- the – The initial trial was planned for one month regional company of Siemens AG in India. on free of cost basis (including GPRS cost).• SISL is the IT arm of Siemens Ltd. SISL also uses its Gurgaon facility to serve the • Siemens has also supplied 200 ETMs to BMTC international clients related to transportation on trial basis. The company is also willing to sector. install validators in buses on trial basis. 37
  38. 38. Vix-ERG Pty. Ltd. Contact Details Projects in IndiaVix-ERG Pty. Ltd. • Currently, the company is looking to make isAddress: NA foray in India market.Phone: NAFax: NAWebsite: NA(VIX-ERG does not have any direct office inIndia. The company manage its India businessthrough its Australian office.Company Details• Vix-ERG is offers solutions and services for Unified Ticketing (UT), Central Clearing House systems.• Its main focus is city infrastructure projects for public transport ticketing.• In July 2009, the company sold its U.S. operation to Cubic Transportation Systems. 38
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