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ADVANCED TRANSPORTATION

PLANNING POLICY AND PRACTICES
Session - 6

PLANNING POLICY & PRACTICES

•Development of adequate transport Infrastructure has been one of the impediment in growth of Indian Economy •Economy – GDP – 7.9% - This will require about 10% growth in transport sector •Growth of land based transport - road GQ + port connectivity motorized transport

PLANNING IN THIRD WORLD
1. Wider development context

2. Development sensitive approach

3. Deficiencies sensitive approach

4. Deficiencies in conventional planning

5. Emerging transport alternatives

6. Match transport supply with demand

Planning Process

Scientific effort Observing current traffic Hypothesis concerning relationship between movement and requirements Testing this hypothesis as a base of making estimate of future traffic demand Recommending additional transport facility

TRANSPORT OUTPUT

year

Freight billion tonne Kms Rail road 98 295 527

Passenger (billion Kms) rail 208 296 541 suburban road 41 60 96 643 1200 1200

1980 1991 2004

199 245 263

REGIONAL DISTRIBUTION

State/Territory
UP Maharashtra Gujarat Rajasthan MP Punjab Manipur Goa

Route Kms
8566 5497 5283 5835 4849 2098 01 69

Objectives of tenth five year plan
• Strengthening of high density network-invest towards building up capacity through national Rail vikas yojana for national projects and investment towards completion of sanctioned rail projects • Technological up gradation of assets for improving efficiency, throughput and increasing average speed of trade • Utilizing information technology for better customer interface • Improving safety of operations by replacement of over aged assets through special railway safety funds • Reduction in energy bill by direct purchase of power from central generating agencies and joint venture for setting up of power plants • Mobilization of additional resources through private public participation in railway projects to increase in share of freight and passenger traffic during 10th plan

OUTLAYS IN FIVE YEAR PLAN

Sectors Units Railways

Up to fifth plan

Ninth plan

Tenth Plan (Rs in crores)

1950-78 4,723

1997-02 45,725 117,563 813,998 5.6

2002-07 60,000 225,977 1525,639 4

Transport Sector 10,117 Total Plan Outlay 59,979 Railways as % in 7.9 total plan

Railway eleventh plan rs 5,00,000 crore where it will come from
(Rs in Crore) Budgetary Support Internal generation borrowings Public .private partnership total 50,000 1,25,000 1,25,000 2,00,000 5,00,000 5,00,000 WHERE WILL IT GO (Rs in Crore) Rolling Stock Asset Replacement Signaling & Electrification Capacity building (including Rs. 10,000Cr on height corridor) Miscellaneous total 1,00,000 40,000 40,000 2,00,00

1,20,000 5,00,000

PRODUCTIVITY Indices Of growth of traffic output & input (1950-50 =100)

Freight Traffic (NT kms) Passenger Traffic Passenger Kms (nonsuburban Wagon Capacity Passenger coaches Route Kms Running track Kms Tractive Effort

871 728

259 270 118 141 260

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