Overview of Transport Scenario in Delhi. Delhi Vision 2021

“Overview of Transport Scenario in Delhi” Delhi Vision 2021 Investor Meet March 26, 2008 Population and Vehicles Growth Growth – Population Vs. Ve...
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“Overview of Transport Scenario in Delhi” Delhi Vision 2021

Investor Meet March 26, 2008

Population and Vehicles Growth

Growth – Population Vs. Vehicles, 1981-2001 (Number in X times) 6.78

2.24

Population Growth

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Vehicle Growh

• Delhi’s population is growing at an average annual growth rate of 4% since 1961. This growth is on account of: – Its own growth – Migration from rest of the country – Growth of border towns of UP and Haryana • Between 1981 and 2001, Delhi population has grown by 2.24 times and vehicles by 6.78 times. – Personal vehicles per 1,000 population has grown 3 times • With rapid growth in urban areasinfrastructure and services related to Transport, Energy, Housing etc are under tremendous strain.

Demand for Transport Services in Delhi 29 23 14

19

16

24

23 17

10

Year

2003

2011

2021

Population (million)

14.0

19.0

23.0

Vehicles Trips (million)

16.0

23.0

29.0

Million T trips / Day

10.0

17.0

24.0

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Population Projection Population and Total Employment 2020

Population (2020): 22 million

Total Employment (2020): 9 million 4 @ DIMTS Limited, 2008

Demand Forecasting

Future Modal Share 60%

23%

22% 13%

20% 11%

4% 2004 Public Transport

67%

66%

62%

2010 Car

5%

19% 9%

2015 Two Wheelers

28 Million Daily Passenger Trips by 2020

Per Capita Trip Rate 1.2

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9%

5%

2020 Auto

5%

Delhi vis-à-vis World Cities Delhi

Population Per Sq. Km.

Seoul

Singapore

Hong Kong

Kuala Lumpur

Tokyo

Paris

9,340

24,500

8,700

30,100

10,400

5,900

24,448

Road Space as % of Total Area

21%

NA

NA

12%

13%

NA

11%

Public Transport Share of Total Trips

60%

74%

72%

84%

62%

20%

31%

Public Transport

16

26

26

28

39

16

37

Other Traffic

25

24

33

26

20

29

33

Speed of Vehicles (KMPH)

Public Transport’s Speed in Delhi was impacted by growth in personal transport, which growing at a CAGR of 6.45%. Total vehicles was 2.24 million in 1993-94 and increased to 4.6million in 2006-07 6 @ DIMTS Limited, 2008

Availability of Road Length in Delhi 9 8

2150

8.45

7.88

7.9

2,070

2,087 7.44

7

2,103 6.98

2,103 2100

6.46

2000

5 4

1,922

1950

1,922

3

in kilometers

in kilometers

2050 6

1900 2 1850

1 0

1800 2000-01

2001-02

2002-03

Average length of road per 100 square kilometers

2003-04

2004 - 2005

2005 - 2006

Road length per thousand vehicles ( in kilometers)

Between 1996 and 2006 total road length in Delhi has increased by about 20%, but cars increased by 132%. Delhi has 21% of its area under roads; only quarter of its population own cars; cars and two-wheelers together drive less than 20% of its people -- and yet roads are choked 7 @ DIMTS Limited, 2008

Transport Integration Issues Route Integration Fare Integration

Planning Integration

Informational Integration

Institutional Integration Financial Integration

Integration is the key to sustainable and need responsive public transport 8 @ DIMTS Limited, 2008

Traditional problem solving

Most of the developed countries and some of the developing countries are building the car oriented infrastructure. 9 @ DIMTS Limited, 2008

Efficient Use of Urban Space

50 cars

or 60 bicycles

or 1 bus

To solve the traffic problem in Delhi, the best method is the construction of the public transport oriented infrastructure. 10 @ DIMTS Limited, 2008

Infrastructure for Urban Transport

Main Infrastructure

Roads, Associated facilities, Road network, Quality of road, Street furniture, Intersections, Signals, Round about, Grade separators, Bridges, Drains, Railway tracks, Road bye-passes, Bus terminals, Facilities for intermodal transfer, Parking of vehicles, Pedestrians, Bicycles and Bus Lanes.

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• Rail transit with existing inter city rail infrastructure • Roads suffer from encroachments. 33% approx is lost including that too by hawkers and road side businesses. • Efficiency of road can be improved by removal of encroachment, construction of missing links and maintenance of road surface. Grade separated entries for regional traffic and be-passes for not destined for Delhi. Adequate number of river crossings.

Proposed Projects:

New Modes of Transports Metro Rail Phase II & Phase III

115 km

Mono Rail

48 km

Light Rail

74 km

Improving the Current Infrastructure BRT Corridor

294 km

Private Stage Carriage Corporatisation

--

Development of ISBTs

4 ISBT

Procurement of New Buses

More than 2,500 Buses

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Vision 2021 SANOTH

BAWANA

METRO PHASE-I METRO PHASE-II

NARELA IBRAHIMPUR

PUTHKHURD JAHANGIRPURI KHERAKHURD RITHALA

KANJHAWALA

WAZIRABAD

WAZIRPUR

MUNDKA RANHAULA

PASCHIM VIHAR PUNJABI BAGH

HASTSAL

INDERLOK SHAKTI NGR ISBT

C.SEC.

BRAR SQUARE SAGARPUR DHAULA PALAM KUAN DWARKA

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GURGAON RS

KAPASHEDA BORDER MANDI

DELHI GATE

GHAZIABAD

KARKAR DUMA AV ISBT SCOPE GAZIPUR KONDLI

IP TILAK BRIDGE

NEW ASHOK NGR

ASHRAM HYATTAIIMS MOOLCHAND

IGIA

RAJOKRI

INDIA GATE

SAHIBABAD

SHAHDARA SEELAMPUR

CP

DABRI MOR

NANDNAGRI

SHASTRI PARK

PULBAN KIRTI NGR GASH

MAYAPURI

SHAHBAD MOHAMMADPUR

GOKULPURI

DU

MEERA BAGH RAJA GARDEN TILAK NGR PUSA

KAKROLA NAJAFGARH

KARAWAL NGR

AZADPUR

BUDH VIHAR GHEVRA

METRO PHASE-III &IV LRT MONORAIL HCBS IRBT

JAMIA

VASANT KUNJ

QUTUB MINAR

KALKAJI

AMBEDKAR MALVIYA NGR NGR FATEHPUR

KALINDI KUNJ

MAJOR INTERCHANGE MINOR INTERCHANGE BADARPUR

New Modes of Public Transport

Light Rail

Metro Rail Mono Rail 14 @ DIMTS Limited, 2008

Metro Rail • Under Phase I, Delhi Metro in Delhi consisting of 3 lines covering 65 km. • Phase II of the Delhi Metro will cover 53.02 kms of track, with 45 stations. There would be 6 lines under phase II – Delhi University to Jehangirpuri (6.36 kms with 7 stations). – Central Secretariat to Qutub Minar (10.87 km with 9 stations). – Indraprastha to New Ashok Nagar via Yamuna Depot in East Delhi (18.07 km with 5 stations). – Yamuna Depot to Anand Vihar ISBT (6.16 km with 5 stations). – Shahadara to Dilshad Garden (3.09 km with 3 stations). – Kirti Nagar to Mundka (18.47 km with 16 stations).

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Mono Rail • The government proposed to construct 3 corridors, covering a length of 47.8 km. • The feasibility study has been completed and the report has been submitted to cabinet for approval. Proposed Corridors Corridor

Types of Mono Rail Length (km)

Line 1: Rohini Sector 21 to Red Fort

28.5

Line 2: Kalyan Puri – Pul Mithai

15.5

Line 3: Gulabi Bagh – Delhi University

3.8

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Light Rail • The government proposed to construct 3 corridors, covering a length of 45 km. • The feasibility study has been completed and the report has been submitted to cabinet for approval. Types of Light Rail

Proposed Corridors Corridor

Length (km)

Line 1: Mehrauli – Badarpur

11.5

Line 2: Mehrauli - Dwarka-Sector 22

17.5

Line 3: Mehrauli – Sachivalaya

15.9

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Improving the Current Infrastructure

BRT Corridor

Low Floor AC Buses 18 @ DIMTS Limited, 2008

BRT Corridor • The government has completed ‘Techno Feasibility Studies’ for 6 BRT corridors in Phase 1. • First Corridor from Dr. Ambedkar Nagar to Moolchand will be operational in the early April 2008. • The complete stretch from Dr. Ambedkar Nagar to Delhi Gate will be operational by 2008. Corridor (Name)

Length (km)

Ambedkar Nagar - Delhi Gate

14.5

Moolchand – Jehangirpuri

27.5

Shastri Park - Karawal Nagar

Kondli – Gokulpuri

8.8

15.7

Rajender Nagar - Pragati Maidan

10.80

Nizamuddin – Nandnagri

17.10

Jamia - Tilak Nagar

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26.6

Present Scenario

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BRT Corridor Model

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Private Stage Carriage Corporatisation • Bus services are important as they will always form a major component of city transport • Quality of service must be upgraded

• Two Features are vital – Operation to be monitored electronically through vehicle tracking system to ensure punctual service

– Central parking depots so that every vehicle can be checked for cleanliness and fitness before it goes out for service

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Development of ISBT • Upgradation and development of 3 ISBTs – Kashmere Gate

– Anand Vihar – Sarai Kale Khan • Dwarka, a green field projects, is proposed to be done on BOT basis with DIMTS Ltd as Bid Process Manager ISBT – Kashmere Gate • Renovation and Upgradation of the current facilities • Multi-level parking structure • Utilizing the large space available for commercial and recreational activities • Real estate development

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Procurement of New Buses • DTC is looking to procure more than 2,500 buses for the Delhi City operations.

– 525 (five hundred and twenty five) new low floor CNG propelled Buses (500 Non-AC and 25 AC) – 1,000 (one thousand) Standard Floor CNG Propelled City Buses

– 1,000 (one thousand) semi-low floor CNG propelled city Buses

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Thank You

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