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Delhi Metro Rail Corporation Project

Delhi Metro Rail Corporation Project

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Presented by: Saurabh Kumar Gupta (06AG3804)

y Delhi, the national capital with the population of

about 12 million
y Bus services inadequate and heavily over-crowded

Economic Benefits
y Time saving for commuters y Reliable and safe journey y Reduction in atmospheric pollution y Reduction in accident y Reduced fuel consumption y Reduced vehicle operating costs y Increase in the average speed of road vehicles y Improvement in the quality of life y More attractive city for economic investment and


y To cover the whole of Delhi with a Metro Network

by the year 2021.
y Delhi Metro to be of world class standards in

regard to safety, reliability, punctuality, comfort and customer satisfaction.
y Metro to operate on sound commercial lines

obviating the need for Government support.

y Chairman - Shri Navin Kumar y Managing Director - Dr. E. Sreedharan y Total No. of Directors - 16 y Nominee of Govt. of India - 5 y Nominee of Govt. of NCTD - 5 (Including MD) y No. of full-time functional Directors at present

including MD - 7 y The corporate office of the company is located at Metro Bhawan, Fire Brigade Lane, Barakhamba Road New Delhi - 110001, India

Project Cost & Financing Plan
y Construction work on the project commenced on

October 1, 1998. Entire project was divided into 4 phases y The capital cost of Phases I and II has been estimated to be Rs. 14,430 crore (US$3.2 billion) at 2004 prices. y However, more recent estimates have placed the cost of construction at Rs. 200 crore (US$44.4 million) per km. y 30 % of the total investment for Phases I and II has been raised through equity capital with the Government of India (GoI) and Government of Delhi contributing equal shares

Project Cost & Financing Plan (Contd..)
y Approx. another 60 % has been raised as either

long-term or subordinate debt, through soft loans from the Japan Bank for International Cooperation y The Metro also received Rs. 1,914.3 crore (US$425 million) as grant-in-aid from various agencies for the financial year ending March 200 y As of August 7, 2010, Delhi Metro has paid back an amount of Rs. 567.63 crore (US$126.01 million), which includes loan amount for Phase I and interest amounts for Phases I and II, to the Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA)

DMRC s Major Contractors

DMRC s Major Contractors (Contd..)

Project Update

Project Update (Contd..)
y As of February 23, 2011, the whole of Phase-I and parts of Phase-

II are complete, with the network comprising six lines with 140 metro stations and a total length of 183.7 km (114.1 mi).

Routes under construction
y Phase II consists of 127 km (79 mi) of railway lines, of

which the following sections are under construction.

III composes four routes covering 105 Kilometres, has a 2015 deadline. y Phase IV has a 2020 deadline, includes further extensions to Sonia Vihar, Reola Khanpur, Palam, Najafgarh, Ghazipur, Noida Sector 62, Gurgaon and Faridabad, having a total length of 108.5 km
y Phase

Revenue & Profits
y In 2007, the Delhi Metro claimed to be one of only five

y y



metro systems in the world that operated at a profit without government subsidies Revenue by leasing out trains & stations for film shoots. Producers have to pay as much as 1 lakh (US$2,220) for every hour of filming, besides a security deposit and insurance. For financial year ended March 2008, Metro reported operating revenues of Rs. 305.27 crore (US$67.8 million) and a PAT of Rs. 19.98 crore (US$4.44 million) Operating revenues rose to Rs. 723.77 crore (US$160.7 million) and PAT rose to Rs. 90.43 crore (US$20.1 million) for the financial year ended March 2009.

y 3 choices for ticket purchase, RFID tokens y Trains operate at a frequency of 3 to 4.5 minutes y

y y y y

between 6:00 and 23:00. Trains operating within the network typically travel at speeds below 80 km/h (50 mph), and stop about 20 seconds at each station. Automated station announcements recorded in Hindi and English. Services such as ATMs, food outlets, cafés and convenience stores at the Metro stations Eating, drinking, smoking, and chewing of gum are prohibited. Security on the Delhi Metro is handled by the Central Industrial Security Force (CISF)

y On October 19, 2008, a girder launcher and a part

of the overhead Blue Line extension under construction in Laxmi Nagar, East Delhi collapsed and fell on passing vehicles underneath. y On July 12, 2009, a portion of a bridge under construction collapsed when its launching girder lost balance as it was being erected at Zamrudpur, near East of Kailash, on the Central Secretariat Badarpur corridor. Six people were killed and 15 others injure y On July 22, 2009 a steel beam fell on a worker at the under-construction Ashok Park Metro station

Aesthetics of Delhi Metro
y 1st railway project in the world to earn carbon

credits under CDM. So far, earned 400,000 carbon credits by saving energy through the use of regenerative braking systems on its trains y 2nd metro in the world to be ISO 14001 certified for environmentally friendly construction y Won awards for environmentally friendly practices from organizations including the UN and International Organization for Standardization y Most of the Metro stations on the Blue Line conduct rainwater harvesting as an environmental protection measure

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