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BMRCL

Welcomes
to a presentation on
Bangalore Metro Phase-I

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Bangalore : for the city of future

• Why Mass Rapid Transit System?


• Choices of MRTS

• Namma Metro
• Externalities
• Mono Corridors

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Our undulating history
1983 Study of Rail Rapid Transit & suburban services by
Metropolitan Transport Project,Madras.
1994 GoK appointed IL&FS to do Feasibility Study
Establishment of BMRTL
1995 GoK decides to implement ELRTS on BOOT
1997 GoK,BMRTL & UBGC sign initial agreement to prepare
Detailed Feasibility Study Report & project Cost estimate.
2002 DMRC commissioned to prepare DPR
2005 GoK approves to implement Metro Rail project.
2006 GoI approves the project
Notification for the land
Board reconstituted
MoU with JBIC signed
Work Starts

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Bangalore : the city of future

Existing Urbanised area- 512 Sq Kms


From Silk/Heavy Industry/ Science Centre to IT/BPO Hub/
healthcare Centre to Leisure Centre?
Fasted growing market
Population- Growth Rate- over3% per annum- 8 Lakh( 1951)-
70 Lakh to 100 lakhs by 2021
Annual GR over 12% per annum
High Per Capita Income( 26000 cr in 70 L)
Home to MNCs
Modern International Airport soon

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Mass Rapid Transport System ?

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Bangalore - Population
( in Lakhs)
105

85

67
56.2
41.3
29.2
16.7

1971 1981 1991 2001 2005 2011 2021

1971- 2001 : Census


2005 extrapolated & 2011-2021 as per draft CDP

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Bangalore - Vehicles

3%
Total No. of vehicles as on

tos
March 2006 - 29.7 Lakhs

Au
Cars
15%
Buses
Two
1%
Wheelers
74% Trucks
4%

others
6%

Two Wheelers – 74 % Two Wheelers Autos


Cars Buses
Three Wheelers (Autos) - 3 %
Trucks others

About 980 new vehicles are being registered in Bangalore everyday.


Source : Transport Department

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TRAFFIC PROBLEMS

CONGESTION
POLLUTION
ACCIDENTS

Arterial roads
Avg. speed (1990) 20 km / hr
Avg. speed (2003) 12 km / hr
Source : CTTS Study 1990 by M/s Rites & DPR 2003

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Air Pollution
Daily average annually micro gms / m3
205
165 158 166
140
120
79
59
59 60 60
16 16 19 15

2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06* Limit

SO2 NOX SPM

Source : KSPCB Web Extract *Avg 9 months

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Noise Pollution

 Permitted Noise level 55-65 dB


 Present Average Noise level 80-92 dB
 Peak Noise level recorded 120 dB

Source : KSPCB Web Extract & EIA Study

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Levels of Common Sounds
dB scale
20 m 140 100 m
130
120
110
100
90
80
70
60
50
40
30
20
10
0
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Health Problems

 Respiratory Problems
Bronchitis
Asthma
Wheezing
 Ophthalmic Problems
Irritation
Redness
Burning
Source: Indian Journal of Pediatrics Jan 2006

1 in 3 school going children suffers from respiratory problems

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Disequilibrium in public transport

Demand:
Higher Road Speed
Higher Road Capacity-Over 10% Gr in vehicles
PC vehicle highest
Greater mobility
Lower accident rates
Lower pollution levels
Supply:
Inefficient use of Roads
Very few 4/ 6 lanes
Insufficient space for Bus

Population crossed critical mass of 3M in 1981

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Traffic Survey

• Land use pattern and


development
• Socio-economic characteristics
• Nature, extent and capabilities
of the transportation system

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Distribution of Trips by Mode & Purpose (Without Walk)

2002
Distribution Of trips by Mode and Purpose without Walk

Work Education Others NHB Return Total


Car 90607 7789 36468 2514 133484 270862
2W 704629 84535 122507 7028 887952 1806651
Auto 133060 17084 51835 15008 126166 343153

Bus 586870 281700 318628 39462 1207253 2433913


Cycle 26476 21151 2105 700 49285 99717
Others 4774 3190 2236 863 10872 21935
Total 1546416 415449 533779 65575 2415012 4976231

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Distribution of Trips by Mode (Without Walk)

2002

DISTRIBUTION OF TRIPS BY MODE (Without


walk) Fig. 2.9
0% 5%
2%
Car
2W
Auto
36%
50% Bus
Cycle
Others
7%

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Hourly Variation of Vehicles

2002

Hourly variation of vehicle at Mysore Road


Number of vehicles

3500
3000
2500 Dir1
2000 Dir2
1500
1000 Both
500
0

0
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90
10

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70

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60

80

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10

12

14

16

20
Tim e Interval

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Hourly Variation of Vehicles

2002

Hourly variation of vehicle at Chord Road


Number of vehicles

8000
7000
6000 Dir1
5000
4000 Dir2
3000
2000 Both
1000
0

0
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90
10

30

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10

12

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20
Tim e Interval

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Hourly Variation of Vehicles

2002

Hourly variation of vehicales at Kuvempu Road


Number of vehicales

5000
4000 Dir1
3000
Dir2
2000
1000 Both
0

0
0

0
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90
10

30

50

70

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Mass Rapid Transport (Choices)
Peak Hour Peak Direction Trips (phpdt)

phpdt TYPE OF MRTS Place of Use


<20,000 High Capacity Bus Bogota, Curitiba
System
Upto Monorail Tokyo, Seattle ,
15000 Kualalumpur, Chongqing
<10000 Electric Trolley buses Lubin, Gdansk( Poland)
15,000 - Elevated Light Rail Kualalumpur, Manila
25,000 Transit System (ELRTS) Singapore
> 25,000 Metro Rail About 105 Cities

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MRTS

MONORAIL

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Transit Systems

SKY BUS

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Transit Systems

TRAMWAY

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Transit Systems

Electric Trolley Buses

Vancouver Transit Authority

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A Metro Train in Delhi

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Acceptable Walk Distance from Home to a MRTS Station

Distance No. Of Units % Age


Up to 250Mts. 4800 48.00
250 to 500 Mts. 3884 38.84
500 to 750 Mts. 797 07.97
Up to 1 Km. 519 05.19
Total 10000 100.00

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Bangalore’s Traffic Density

Sl Section phpdt phpdt


No (2011) (2021)
1 Toll Gate – Magadi Rd 26361 34635
2 Vidhana Soudha – M.G.Road 16866 26162
3. Malleswaram- Swastik 22082 31199
4. Magadi Rd- City Rly Stn 27398 39838
5 Majestic - Chickpet 22292 31200

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Passenger Trips - Metros
City Populati Passenge Lengt Passenger/km
on in r trips in h in (Million passengers
Million million Kms per km)

Buenos aires 3.00 219 39.50 5.50


Rio de 5.86 95 34.90 2.70
Janeiro
Sao Paulo 10.40 517 57.60 8.90
Santiago 4.60 200 37.60 5.30
Beijing 7.00 530 42.00 12.60
Bangalore 8.50 372 33.00 11.28
(2011)
Singapore 4.00 391 89.40 4.30
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* Figures are for the Year 2011
Equivalent Passenger Car Unit (PCU) for Urban Area

Car 1

Two Wheeler 0.5


Auto rickshaw 2
LCV 1.4
Bus 2.5
Truck 3
Cycle 0.4
Cycle Rickshaw 1.5

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Energy cost per kilometer (City)

Type Energy Cost Per


Passenger Km( in Rs)
Motor Cycle 0.66
Bus 0.19
Car 3.66
Mono 0.21
Metro 0.16

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Axle load/ tare weight

Axles Axle Load Tare Weight

Metro 4 14.50 34.00


(Bangal
ore)
LRT 4 9.00 29.00

Mono Eqv tyre 10.00 13.00


combina
tion

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Civil structures
Mono Concrete Piers
Track Beams
Elevated Stations
Metro Central concrete Piers
Prestressed concrete girder (deck/’U’ type) for double
line
Ballastless slab track(welded) with elastic fastenings
Circular Tunnels with concrete lining
Elevated & underground stations.
Heavy Rail Compact earth formation
Concrete bridges
Tunnels
Ballast & Track (welded) with elastic fastenings
Stations

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LRT, METRO, SUBURBAN RAILWAYS

LRT Metro Sub-urban


Max.speed KM 70-80 80-100 80-130
Op:speed KM 20-40 25-60 40-70
Vehicles/ transport 1-4 1-10 1-10
Station Spacing 300-800 500-2000 2000+
(Metro)

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Metro History

London Sub Way in 1863


Budapest, Sub way in 1896.
Paris Tube rail in 1900.
New York sub way on Oct 27, 1904.
Berlin Urban railway in 1906.
Tokyo Sub way in 1927.
Washington D.C. in 1969.
Kolkata Metro Nov 12, 1984.
Singapore Metro Nov 7, 1987.
Delhi Metro Dec. 2003.
Bangalore Metro by Dec. 2011

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Metro Gauge

City Gauge
New York SG
London SG
Paris SG
Tokyo SG
Shanghai SG
Bangkok SG
Berlin SG
Tehran SG
Sau Paulo BG

Beijing SG
Source : Janes Urban Transport

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Gauge of Cities
Type City Gauge
Metro New York 1435 mm (SG)
Metro YEREVAN 1524 mm (RG)
Metro SAU PAULO 1676 mm (BG)
Metro TASHKENT 1524 mm (RG)
Metro LOS ANGELES 1435 mm (SG)
Metro BILBAO 1000 mm
Metro GLASGOW 1200 mm
Metro DURBAN 1067 mm
Metro MOSCOW 1524 mm (RG)
Metro TOKYO 1067 mm

Standard Gauge ( SG) - 1435 mm 73


Russian Gauge (RG) - 1524 mm 14
Broad Gauge (BG)- 1676 mm 10
Other Gauge (1000,1067,2060mm) 8 Source : James Urban Transport
Total 105

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Namma Metro

EAST – WEST CORRIDOR 18.10 KMS


NORTH-SOUTH CORRIDOR 14.90 KMS
TOTAL 33.00 KMS
ELEVATED 25.65 KMS
AT GRADE (At Ground Level) 00.65 KMS
UNDERGROUND 6.70 KMS

GAUGE Standard Gauge


TRACTION 750V dc Third Rail
SPEED Max 80Kmph ; Avg. 32Kmph
NO. OF STATIONS 32 (25 elevated, 7 UG)
TRAVEL TIME 33 / 28 Mins. (end to end)
HEAD WAY 4 Mins at start ;later 3 Mins

Contd….
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HESARGHATTA PEENYA
ROAD TERMINAL DEPOT

DASARAHALLI
PEENYA
VILLAGE Namma Metro - Phase I
ORR
JALAHALLI CROSS
YESHWANTHPUR

SOAP FACTORY

MAHALAKSHMI
LAYOUT

KUVEMPU ROAD
RAJAJINAGAR
B HALLI
OLD MADRAS TERMINAL
ROAD
MALLESWARAM
SWASTIK
CMH ROAD
CRICKET
CITY RLY CENTRAL
MAGADI STADIUM TRINITY
STATION COLLEGE
ROAD CIRCLE

VIDHANA ULSOOR
HOSAHALLI MAJESTIC M G ROAD
TOLL GATE SOUDHA

CHICKPET
CITY MARKET Elevated
VIJAYANAGAR Under Ground
K R ROAD At Grade
DEEPANJALI
NAGAR
LALBAGH
MYSORE ROAD SOUTH END
TERMINAL CIRCLE

JAYNAGAR Huge Parking Lots


R V ROAD
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BREAK UP OF ROUTE LENGTH

CORRIDOR TOTAL ELEVATED UNDER GROUND % OF LENGTH IN


LENGTH IN LENGTH IN LENGTH IN KMS CURVES
KMS KMS

EAST-WEST 18.10KMS 14.70KMS 3.40KMS 44.30%

NORTH-SOUTH 14.90KMS 11.60KMS 3.30KMS 39.70%

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Geometries of track

• Gauge (standard gauge) 1435 mm (4 ft 8.5 inches)


• Distance between two tracks 4.20 m
 Minimum radius of horizontal curves

Elevated section 120 m


Underground section 200 m (due to
limitations of
TBM working)
At stations 1000 m
 Max. gradient generally 2%

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Coaches
Max permissible speed 80 kmph
Commercial speed 32 kmph
Coach body Stainless steel
Length 20.80 m
Width 2.88 m
Height 3.80 m
Carrying capacity About 50 sitting and
306 standing (at 8 persons
per sq.m area)

Axle load 14.5 tonnes.


Class of accommodation One
Traction motors 4 of 180 KW each in Motor
coache.
Acceleration max 1.0 m /sec/sec
Deceleration max 1.1 m/sec/sec (normal)
1.3 m/sec/sec(emergency)
Additional features Air-conditioned
Automatic door closing
Vestibuling
PA system

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Train Operation

2011 2021
Designed phpdt 31000 41000
3 Min E-W
TRAIN HEADWAY 4 Min
4 Min N-S
6 CARS E-W
TRAIN COMPOSITION 6 CARS
3 CARS N-S
COACHES 180 270
NO OF PASSENGERS
2011 10.20 LAKHS/DAY
2021 16.10 LAKHS/DAY
Projected to carry 15% of traffic

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Funding

Rs. Crs.
Sl. Particulars GOI GOK TOTAL
No.
1 EQUITY 959.25 959.25 1918.50
(15%) (15%) (30%)
2 SUBORDINATE 639.50 959.25 1598.75
DEBT (10%) (15%) (25%)
3 Sub Total (1+2) 1598.75 1918.50 3527.25
(25%) (30%) (55%)
4 Senior term 2877.75
Debt (45%)
5 Grand Total 6395.00
(3+4) (100%)

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TRANSPORT DEMAND PROJECTIONS

YEAR NO. OF PASSENGER- MEAN TRIP


PASSENGERS KM in LENGTH
(LAKHS/DAY) Lakhs/Km (IN KMS)

OF
CORRIDOR
2011 10.20 2.18 7.07

2021 16.10 3.47 7.12

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Proposed Fare Structure

Rs.
16 Delhi (2006) 15 15
14
Bangalore ( 2011) 13
14
BMTC 2005 12
11.5
12
10
10 9
8.5 8
8 7 7
6
6 5

4 3
2
0 Km
0 to 2 2 to 6 6 to 12 12 to 15 15 to 18

Annual escalation of Metro Fares at 5 %

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Fare Structure in MRTSs

Fixed Cost ppkm & Fare / km (in INR)- Guided Mass Rapid Transport

20.00

18.00

16.00

14.00

12.00

Fixed Cost
10.00 Fare/ km

8.00

6.00

4.00

2.00

0.00
Elevated UG Mono Mixed Mono Mixed
Bangkok KL Shanghai Chongqing Bangalore(
Proj)

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PPKM

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PPKM Revenue / Costs

Nam m a Metro Financials

3,500.00

3,000.00

2,500.00

2,000.00
Tot al revenue
Op Cost s in Cr
1,500.00 Fixed cost s in Cr
PBDT in cr
PAT in Cr
1,000.00

500.00

-
2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 2024 2025 2026 2027 2028 2029 2030 2031 2032 2033 2034 2035

(500.00)

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Financial Indicators

5th year 10th year


Cost per Pass KM Rs
a. Operational 0.88 1.47
b. Fixed 1.50 1.35
c. Total 2.38 2.82

Profitability Rs Crores
a. PBDIT 157 463
b. PAT (26) 241

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Sensitivity Analysis

Base Increase in Ridership 5% on both


project cost reduction by
10% 10%

DSCR
Minimu 1.14 1.06 0.93 1.00
m

Average 3.28 3.14 2.76 2.95

Project 8.20 7.54 7.00 7.29


IRR (%)

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Estimated Peak Power Demand

Reach Peak demand Peak demand


Normal (MVA) – Emergency (MVA)
Initial Year Initial Year
Year (2021) Year (2021)
1. Byappanahalli 10 17 18 31
2. Mysore Road 8 14 18 31
3. Yeshwanthpur 9 13 15 22
4. R.V.Road 6 9 15 22

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Identified Power Input sources

Corridor Voltage Tapping Station Distance


E-W & N-S 66KV A Station 1Km D/C
66KV Hoody 6Km D/C
East - West
66KV REMCO 1Km D/C

66KV Peenya 4Km D/C


North -
South 66 KV Subramanyapura 4Km D/C

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Metro Receiving Sub Stations 66 / 33 KV

Corridor Location Capacity


in MVA
E-W & N-S Majestic 2 X 31.5
Byapanahalli 2 X 16/20
E–W Mysore Road 2 x 16/20
Yeshwanthpur 2 x 16/20
N-S RV Road 2 x 16/20
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ELECTRICAL NETWORK

Sl TYPE OF SUB -STATION Nos.


No.
1 RECEIVING SUB-STATIONS 5
2 TRACTION SUB-STATIONS 18
3 AUXILLARY SUB- STATIONS 34
4 DG Sets ( for standby at all 34
stations)

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Schedule of Constructions
Reach Via duct Stations Other
Components
(Rolling
Stock, Elec,
S&T)
1 Byppanahalli-Cricket Stadium Jan 07 -June April 07- April 08-
09 June 09 March 10
3 Yeshwanthpur -Swastik Feb 08 – Feb 08 - July 09-
Feb 10 Feb 10 Nov 10
5 U/G Section Apr 08 – Apr 08 - Mar 10 -
Cricket Stadium- City Station Oct 10 Oct 10 Aug 11
Swastik – City Market (Tunnel)

2 City Station– Mysore Rd Mar 08 - Mar 08 - Sept 10 -


Mar 10 Mar 10 Oct 11
4 City Market– R.V Road May 08 - Apr May 08- Dec 10 –
10 Apr 10 Dec 11

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NAMMA METRO

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A Metro Train in Singapore

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Kolkata Metro Trains

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Metro Gains

Safe and Comfortable travel


Lesser fossil fuel burnt in signal points
Reduction in greenhouse gases
Reduction in Travel Time
Reduction in cost of road maintenance
CBD could grow more efficiently
Reduction in Road Rage!

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Externalities

Sl Rs.Crs*
No. per
annum
1 SAVINGS IN PUBLIC/PRIVATE- CAP/OP 347
COSTS

2 REDN IN VEHICLE OPERATING COSTS 253


3 LESS STRAIN ON ROADS 128
4 SAVINGS IN TRAVELLING TIME 289
5 REDUCTION IN NUMBER OF ACCIDENTS 78
6 REDUCTION IN POLLUTION 60
Total 1155
IRR – 8.20%, ERR 22.3%, NOISE LEVELS WILL COME DOWN BY 30%

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Present Status
Task % of work
completed
Land & Rehabilitation 25%
Survey & Geo-Tech Investigation 100% in 7Km &
30% in balance
Utility Shifting 40% in 7 kms
Afforestation 100%
Detailed Design Consultancy for 7 Stations in R 1 20%

Via Duct construction in Reach -1 Work awarded

General Consultant Tenders invited

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UTILITY SHIFTING

REACH – 1 (0-7 KMS)


(Physical % Completed)
Upto December

KPTCL 60
Bescom 75
BSNL 57
BWSSB 40

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AFFORESTATION

100% Completed

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Seamless Travel

Integration with KSRTC,BMTC,IPTs,


Railways,Airport.
Public parking to be provided at major Metro
stations.
Bus bays at other stations.
Feeder bus services to be provided to all the
Metro stations.
Common ticketing for Metro & feeder buses.

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Transport Hubs

Locations Integrated With


1. Byappanahalli Airport links, Railway, KSRTC,
BMRC, IPTs
2. Peenya KSRTC,BMTC,IPTs
3.Yeshwanthpur Railway,KSRTC,BMRC, IPTs
4.Swastik KSRTC,BMTC, IPTs
5.RV Road BMTC, Mono at Banashankari

6.Mysore Road KSRTC,BMTC,Mono

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Construction Cost
Sl Particulars Completed
No Construction
Cost*Rs Crores
1 Land 600
2 Civil Engineering Works 2593
3 Electrical Works & VAC 603
4 Signalling,Telecommunication & AFC works 478
5 Depots 186
6 Rolling Stock 1054
7 Construction Cost 5514
8 General Charges & Contingency 398
9 Total Construction Cost 5912
10 IDC, etc 483
11 TOTAL 6395

Basic Cost April 2005


*Annual escalation @ 5% per annum considered at DPR prices.
Project to be commissioned in phases.
Full commissioning in 5 years from starting construction (in Jan 2007)

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Safety

• For Operations :
– Automatic Train Protection (ATP)
– Automatic Train Operation (ATO)
– Continuous Automatic Train Control (CATC)& Cab
Signaling
• For Commuters :
– Automatic Door Closures – Plug swing type.
– Coaches with fire retarding materials, low smoke &
toxicity
– Side walk way in tunnels and elevated structures for
emergency evacuation
– Emergency doors at both ends of drivers’ cab.

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Land & Rehabilitation

Land required- 228.61Acres


Private lands notified for acquisition
- 26.13 Acres
GOI lands - 106.30 Acres
GOK lands- 32.23 Acres
PSUs - 63.96 Acres

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REHABILITATION ALLOWANCES
RESIDENTIAL/COMMERCIAL PROPERTIES

RESIDENTIAL
1 Shifting Allowance*Avg. Rs 15000/- one time payment
2 Inconvenience Allowance* Avg. Rs 30000/- one time payment
3 Transitional Allowance Rs 75000/- one time payment
4 Rental Income lost Rs 10/- per sq. ft. lost
5 Right to salvage material Full
6 TDR As applicable

COMMERCIAL
1 Shifting Allowance*Avg. Rs 15000/- one time payment
2 Loss Of Business*Avg. Rs 75000/- one time payment
3 Business Re-establishment*Avg. Rs240/- per Sq.Ft. for area lost
4 Rental Income lost Rs 20/- per sq. ft. lost
5 Right to salvage material Full
6 TDR As applicable
* Shifting Allowance, Inconvenience Allowance are provided both to owner and the tenant.
* For persons continuing to stay in the balance of the property, 80% of inconvenience allowance is paid AND OTHER RELAVANT ALLOWANCES ARE PAID

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NAMMA METRO BUSINESS MODEL

Transport Hubs
Feeder services

Land,
Property losers Commuters
Technology Price, comfort,
Personnel, Safety, speed
Environment
Namma Metro

Substitute modes

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CTTS Study

• To elicit traffic & transport characteristics of the city


• Modal split & parking characteristics
• Short term plan including traffic & parking management
• Medium term plan including grade separator, widening of roads
& public transport improvements.
• Long term plan developing track route network integrating
flyovers roads & peripheral ring roads etc.
• Integrated multi modal transport system including extension of
metro, bus rapid transit system & integrating them with other
routes like mono rail, bus etc.

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Monorail

Four Corridors identified


Mono rail to act as feeder to Metro
To operate below 15000 PHPDT
Concessionaire by 2007
To be integrated with Metro Stations

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Monorail Corridors

Corridor III

Corridor IV

Corridor II

Corridor I

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Mono Corridors

• Corridor – I
– Kanakapura Road to Mysore Road Junction with a
Connection (T) from Kathriguppe to National College.
• Corridor – II
– Bannerghatta National Park to Adugodi,
• Corridor – III
– Jnanabhararthi to Mysore Rd. (Outer Ring Road) with
a T connection to the Toll gate on Magadi Road.
• Corridor – IV
– Tumkur Road on Outer Ring Road to Bellary Road.

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