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Project Plan

Client: <client name>

Project Name: <project name>

Project Manager: <project manager’s name>

Synopsis: <explain if this is an initial plan, covers only part of


the project, valid only until a certain date, etc>

Version: <version number, such as Draft V0.1, Final V1.0,


etc>

Issue Date: <issue date>

Distribution: <document distribution list>

Prepared by: <document author(s)>

Authorized by: <Title / Name>…………………………………..

<Title / Name>…………………………………..
Table of Contents
1 INTRODUCTION..................................................................................................................... 1
1.1 DOCUMENT PURPOSE......................................................................................................... 1
1.2 ASSOCIATED DOCUMENTS................................................................................................... 1
1.3 PROJECT PLAN MAINTENANCE............................................................................................ 1
2 PROJECT SCOPE.................................................................................................................. 2
2.1 OUTLINE OF CLIENT’S OBJECTIVES......................................................................................2
2.1.1 Objectives................................................................................................................. 2
2.1.2 Success Criteria........................................................................................................ 2
2.1.3 Risks......................................................................................................................... 2
2.2 OUTLINE OF <ORGANIZATION> OBJECTIVES.........................................................................2
2.2.1 Objectives................................................................................................................. 2
2.2.2 Success Criteria........................................................................................................ 2
2.2.3 Risks......................................................................................................................... 2
2.3 DEFINITIVE SCOPE STATEMENT............................................................................................ 2
3 DELIVERABLES..................................................................................................................... 3
3.1 TO CLIENT.......................................................................................................................... 3
3.2 FROM CLIENT..................................................................................................................... 3
4 PROJECT APPROACH.......................................................................................................... 4
4.1 PROJECT LIFECYCLE PROCESSES.......................................................................................4
4.2 PROJECT MANAGEMENT PROCESSES..................................................................................4
4.3 PROJECT SUPPORT PROCESSES......................................................................................... 4
4.4 ORGANIZATION................................................................................................................... 4
4.4.1 Project Team............................................................................................................. 4
4.4.2 Mapping Between <Organization> and Client...........................................................4
5 COMMUNICATIONS PLAN..................................................................................................... 5

6 WORK PLAN.......................................................................................................................... 6
6.1 WORK BREAKDOWN STRUCTURE........................................................................................ 6
6.2 RESOURCES....................................................................................................................... 6
7 MILESTONES......................................................................................................................... 7

8 PERFORMANCE AND METRICS........................................................................................... 8

9 RISKS, CONSTRAINTS, ASSUMPTIONS..............................................................................9


9.1 RISKS................................................................................................................................ 9
9.2 CONSTRAINTS.................................................................................................................... 9
9.3 ASSUMPTIONS.................................................................................................................... 9
10 FINANCIAL PLAN............................................................................................................. 10

11 OTHER............................................................................................................................... 11
11.1 OPEN ISSUES................................................................................................................... 11
11.2 OTHER............................................................................................................................. 11
A. APPENDIX......................................................................................................................... 11-1
1 Introduction

1.1 Purpose
Presently, public transport system in Karachi is very poor. Bus services are unpredictable,
unstable and uncomfortable. People who can use other transport modes prefer
motorcycle, rickshaw and taxi rather than using buses. The number of bus passengers is
approximately 5.6 million per day, accounting for 40% of motorized travel modes. Since
the number of registered buses and minibuses is approximately 21,800, bus carries 257
passengers per day. The average speed of buses is as slow as 17km/h. Since buses are
operated by individual operators who want to maximize the fare revenue, overloading
including roof top seating, waiting for passengers at a bus stop for a long time, non-stop
at bus stops where the number of passengers is small, and low frequency in off-peak
hours are commonly observed in Karachi.
Purpose of this project is to encourage mode to shift from private to public transport to
reduce traffic density on roads which results in reducing significant amount of traffic
hazards and road jams. Green line BRTS will reduce passengers travel time by providing
a dedicated corridor infrastructure. This will improve quality of life of commuters in
Karachi in reliable, safe, affordable, high quality and fast service.
The project outputs are
 Karachi’s first sustainable BRT corridor and associated facilities constructed.
 Effective project management and sustainable BRT operations established.

1.2 Associated Planning


This phase is very important and crucial for the green line BRT. Infrastructure and other
constructions are divided into sub phases. In this regard contractors have been assigned to
there respective phases. The key component of the Green Line is the construction of the
state-of-the art, highly automated dedicated bus depot in Surjani Town near Abdullah
Chowrangi. The Karachi Infrastructure Development Company Limited (KIDCL), the
company responsible for construction of the project, has requested the Sindh government
to provide 12 acres for the establishment of the bus depot, where all vehicles will service
and stored at off-timings.
Green line BRT will include 21 stations in 17.8 km long corridor, in which 11.70 km will
Municipal park, Tower to Chowrangi#1, MA Jinnah and then from Nagan Chowrangi to
KESC Power house. 10.0 Km road will is at ground from Model Park to Nagan
Chowrangi. Elevation is made due to congestion of road width and Markets which will
affect the project.
1.3 Project Plan Maintenance
Describe how the Project Plan will be updated. What is the process for this, who approves
changes, etc. It may be that minor updates will be recorded in status reports, major changes will
require a reissue and full re-approval of the Project Plan document itself. There may be planned
for updates if this is a multi-phase project and this is just the initial version of the plan.
2 Project Scope

The Green Line BRTS Karachi is an under-construction 27 km.

The expected daily ridership would be 350,000 and the system length would be 109 km.
Upon completion it is expected to be the largest metro bus service in the country. Karachi
Metrobus was inaugurated on Feb 25, 2016 and is expected to begin operation by Feb
2017.

The system is divided into several line's, the construction on the Green Line started on
February 26, 2016, the line has 22 bus stations covering an length of 26 km. Orange Line
construction begin on June 11, 2016 and is the smallest of the five line's spreading over
3.9 km with only four stations. The Blue Lane is funded by BT is undergoing preliminary
design.

Route

The initial "Green Line" is one of several proposed Karachi Metrobus lines that will
crisscross Karachi and complement the Karachi Circular Railway. The route will
approximately 26 km (16 mi). When completed, it will have the capacity to carry 150,000
people daily.
Lines

Green Line

The Green Line will extend from Surjani Town to Merewether Tower at a total length of
26 km (16 mi). The Federal government will be financing the majority of the project.

The Main Design & supervision Consultant for Green Line is Engineering Associates Pvt
Ltd. & for Traffic Engineering Think Transportation is associated with this project. The
government is in process of acquiring a 18-metre-long 24 buses.

STATIONS:

 Numiash Chowrangi Terminal


 Mazar-e-Quaid Station
 Guru Mandir Chowrangi Station
 Lasbela Chowk Station
 Gulbahar Station
 Nazimabad Chowrangi Station
 Eid Gah Ground Station
 North Nazimabad Station (to KCR)
 AO Tower Station
 KDA Chowrangi Station
 Sharah-e-Jehanghir Station
 Sakhi Hassan Circle Station
 Nagan Chowrangi Station
 U.P. More Station
 Power House Roundabout Station
 4K Chowrangi Station

2.1 Objectives

The main objectives of the plan shall be to maximize the safety of the workforce and the
travelling public. The main secondary objective will be to keep traffic flowing as freely
as possible.

On the macro-environment the impact would be reduction in the air emissions due to
expected switch over to a more environment friendly mode of transport which would
curtail unnecessary delays in traffic that results in excessive vehicular emissions in the
events of road jams particularly during peak hours.

2.2 Success Criteria


The term Intelligent Transport System (ITS) refers to a seamless integration of
information, communication and control technologies that is required to implement an
effective and successful Public Transport System.The key stakeholders of this project are
the public transport operators, vehicle manufacturers, drivers, passengers, traffic
controllers and emergency service providers working in an interactive environment over a
complex backbone infrastructure.
The basic components of the ITS are:
 Traffic management system
 Automated vehicle tracking system (including incident and emergency
management)
 Electronic fare collection system
 Real time passenger information system
 Operation control / Command Control System