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Mumbai Railway Vikas Corporation Ltd.

FINAL
FINAL REPORT
REPORT

Pre-Feasibility Study for
Airoli - Kalwa Section

February 2014

rail India
Consulting engineers pvt. ltd.

Mumbai Railway Vikas
Corporation LTD

Study of Development and Expansion Plan for
Mumbai Suburban Rail Network

PRE-FEASIBILITY STUDY
AIROLI- KALWA SECTION

FINAL REPORT

FEBRUARY 2014

in joint venture with

Study of Development and Expansion Plan for Mumbai Suburban Rail Network

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Project Title: Study of Development and Expansion Plan for
Mumbai Suburban Rail Network

Contract number: MRVC/RFP/MUTP2A/TA1/2012

Contractor Egis Rail / Egis India/ Aarvee Associates

Project Office Address: 1402, Wing-A, Palm Paradise, sector 17, Palm Beach Road,

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Study of Development and Expansion Plan for Mumbai Suburban Rail Network

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Author(s) Bruno VANTU, Roussel Pascal, Praveen Pratapani, K V Narayana Reddy
Project name Study of Development and Expansion Plan for Mumbai Suburban Rail
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Document name FINAL PRE-FEASIBILITY REPORT ON AIROLI – KALWA SECTION
Date 3 FEBRUARY 2014
Reference MRVC/RFP/MUTP2A/TA1/2012

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Pascal Roussel Egis Rail
François Brousseau Egis Rail
Hervé Cugnet Egis Rail
Girish Kumar B Egis India
Nicolas Clerc Egis Rail
Praveen Pratapani Egis India
K J V Ramana Rao Egis India

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V1 Praveen Pratapani, K V Narayana Reddy
Roussel Pascal, Praveen Pratapani,
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Girish Kumar Badilanka

Study of Development and Expansion Plan for Mumbai Suburban Rail Network

............................................ 10 1.. 16 3....7 SIGNALLING AND TRAIN CONTROL SYSTEM .... 26 6.......................................................................................... 15 3................................. 23 4..........................................................................................................................................................7 GRADE .................................... 7 1.....................................1 BACKGROUND .................................................................... 24 5..................................... 21 3...9 STATIONS & YARD LAYOUTS ........ 23 4.............6 SUPERVISORY CONTROL AND DATA ACQUISITION (SCADA) SYSTEM ............... 24 5........................................ 16 3..........3 STUDY OBJECTIVES ........................... 16 3..........1 INTRODUCTION ........................13 Salient Features of the Alignment ............................................................................................................................................5 SCOPE OF STUDY ............................................... 24 5.................................. 7 1.......... 26 6...................................................3 AUXILIARY SUPPLY ARRANGEMENTS ...... 11 Chapter 2 ............................................2 EXISTING POWER SUPPLY ARRANGEMENT .............4 TRAIN FORMATION ........................ 24 5. 9 1.........2 PLANNING FOR INTERCHANGE FACILITIES .............................6 ORGANISATION OF REPORT .............................................................................................................6 FORMATION ........................... 16 3. 22 3..4 BRIDGES ................................................................................................INTRODUCTION .................................. 15 3......... 16 3.. 12 2.......4 FLEXIBLE OVERHEAD EQUIPMENT SYSTEM............................ 26 6...........2 NEED OF THE STUDY ............5 PASSENGER CARRYING CAPACITY OF TRAIN ..............................................STATION PLANNING & INTERMODAL INTEGRATION ............................................. 27 6................. 24 5.........................1 General ....................................... SIGNALLING & TRAIN CONTROL SYSTEM .......................8 SYSTEM PARAMETERS ....................... 15 3......................................................................................................................................................3 ROAD OVER BRIDGES.......................2 PROPOSED SYSTEM DESIGN ....................................... 16 3................. 26 6........... 16 3....... 20 3. 19 3............................................................. 8 1..................................................3 PROPOSED STATIONS AND DEVELOPMENTS ........... 16 3...............15 Proposed Construction Methodology ...........................RIDERSHIP ASSESSMENT..........................................................................3 TRAIN OPERATION PHILOSOPHY ...5 LEVEL CROSSINGS ................. 23 Chapter 5 ........................ 24 5.........................................5 STANDBY DIESEL GENERATOR (DG) SETS ........................... 12 Chapter 3 .........12 Land Acquisition: ..........1 BACKGROUND ...1 PROJECTED RIDERSHIP AND PHPDT DATA ..........2 PASSENGER DEMAND ESTIMATION ..ALIGNMENT PLANNING ....................14 New Station ................................ 12 2......................... 27 ..................... 25 5........ 9 1..11 PROPOSED VIA DUCT ARRANGEMENT: ......... 22 Chapter 4 .... 23 4.................................................................................. Egis Rail in JV with Egis India & Aarvee associates Pre – Feasibility Study ...........................................................1 EXISTING STATIONS AND DEVELOPMENTS ..4 CORRIDOR CHARACTERISTICS .......................................................................POWER SUPPLY........ 25 5......................10 ALIGNMENT PROPOSALS ......................................................Airoli-Kalwa Section Table of contents Chapter 1 ................. 25 Chapter 6 ...........8 TELECOMMUNICATION SYSTEM .........TRAIN OPERATION PLAN ....................................................................2 STATIONS ..

....1 INTRODUCTION .......................................................................................................................................9 TIMETABLE ..... 32 7...COST ESTIMATE ......6 FREQUENCY OF TRAIN SERVICE TO MEET DEMAND ........... Egis Rail in JV with Egis India & Aarvee associates PRE – FEASIBILITY STUDY ....... 29 6..........................................10 ROLLING STOCK REQUIREMENT ................................................8 HOURLY TRAIN OPERATION PLAN ................................... 32 Study of Development and Expansion Plan for Mumbai Suburban Rail Network Page 5 .................. 32 7.......................................................7 DESIGNED CAPACITY OF SYSTEM .. 29 6..AIROLI-KALWA SECTION 6................... 31 Chapter 7 .................... 30 6............................... 28 6.........................2 CAPITAL COST ESTIMATE ..........................

AIROLI-KALWA SECTION Acronyms and abbreviations CR Central Railway E&M Engineering and Maintenance GoM Government of Maharashtra HIP Horizontal Intersection Point Hz Hertz IR Indian Railways kV Kilovolts MMR Mumbai Metropolitan Region mn Minute MRVC Mumbai Railway Vikas Corporation MUTP Mumbai Urban Transport Project OHE Over Head Electricity PHPDT Peak Hour Peak Direction Traffic RUB Rail/Road Under Bridge SCADA Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition System SSP/SP Service Switching Point/Signal Point THL Trans Harbour Line VDC Volts Direct Current VIP Vertical Intersection Point WR Western Railway Study of Development and Expansion Plan for Mumbai Suburban Rail Network Page 6 . Egis Rail in JV with Egis India & Aarvee associates PRE – FEASIBILITY STUDY .

It is expected to have a population of 34.0 million in total MMR by 2031. comprises of municipal corporations of Greater Mumbai. Mumbai the epitome of Maharashtra and the Mumbai Metropolitan Region (MMR) .Introduction 1. Ulhasnagar and Mira Bhayander. Dombivali. Egis Rail in JV with Egis India & Aarvee associates PRE – FEASIBILITY STUDY . the commercial capital of India. Navi Mumbai.1 BACKGROUND Mumbai. Bhiwandi-Nizampur.AIROLI-KALWA SECTION Chapter 1 . km. Vasai-Virar along with municipal towns. with a population of over 13 million is the largest metropolis in the country and one of the most populous cities in the world. Kalyan. This suburban rail system is one of the most crowded and overloaded suburban systems in the world. extending over an area of 4355 sq. An efficient suburban rail system runs across the Mumbai Metropolitan Region (MMR) and forms the backbone of the metropolitan area’s commuters transport system. non-municipal urban centres and villages. Figure 1 – Mumbai Suburban Rail Network Map Study of Development and Expansion Plan for Mumbai Suburban Rail Network Page 7 . Thane.

approximately 2km from Thane station. Kalwa railway station is situated on the Central Line of CR and is located between Thane and Khalyan. Metropolitan Regional Development Authority (MMRDA) and the World Bank (WB) have planned a comprehensive investment scheme for improving and expanding the transportation network of Mumbai Metropolitan Region. Egis Rail in JV with Egis India & Aarvee associates PRE – FEASIBILITY STUDY . Mumbai Railway Vikas Corporation (MRVC) and MUTP have sanctioned the proposal of commissioning for the Study of Development and Expansion for Mumbai suburban rail services. construct 5th and 6th line between Borivali and Virar. 5th and 6th lines between CSTM and Kurla and between Thane and Diwa. 1. In addition to being the 2nd largest Corporation in terms of population (18. MUTP Phase-I and Phase-II have given the kick to provide 5th and 6th Lines between Kurla and Thane. Indian Railways (IR) and Government of Maharashtra (GoM) through Mumbai Railway Vikas Corporation (MRVC) Ltd. Study of Development and Expansion Plan for Mumbai Suburban Rail Network Page 8 . MUTP Phase-III’s target is to provide new Suburban line on Virar – Vasai – Diva – Panvel section. quadrupling of section between Borivali and Virar. located on the Thane – Navi Mumbai line of CR. being at the intersection of the Central line and the Thane – Navi Mumbai line. extension of Harbour line from Andheri to Goregaon and DC to AC conversion from CST Mumbai to Thane. and introduce Fast Corridor on Harbour Line. no direct rail connection exists between Kalwa and Airoli: passengers require a connection in Thane station. handling 6.19 lakh in 2011) in MMR.79 km from Thane.000 passengers daily and more than 1000 trains every day. 6th line between Borivali and Mumbai Central.AIROLI-KALWA SECTION To meet the upcoming mobility requirements.2 NEED OF THE STUDY Kalwa is part of Thane Municipal Corporation (TMC) and is an industrial and commercial hub in MMR region. add 3rd and 4th line on Virar – Dahanu Road. As of today. 5th Line between Mahim and Santacruz. through Mumbai Urban Transport Project (MUTP). An MRVC study highlighted that Thane station is the busiest railway station in India..54. extend Harbour line from Goregaon to Borivali. Airoli railway station is situated 5. MRVC have appointed M/s Egis Rail in Joint Venture with Egis India Consulting Engineers Pvt. Introducing a Rail link between these two cities would act as a bypass for Thane station and could significantly reduce its congestion. conversion of services from DC to AC. one of those being creation of a Rail Link between Airoli (in the suburbs of Navi Mumbai) and Kalwa (in northern Thane). As part of Phase-II. Under this study falls the preparation of Pre-Feasibility Studies for some proposed System Expansion. Ltd and Aarvee Associates to undertake this study. Thane Corporation is also a rail hub for the region. acting as a bypass of Thane station. Airoli is a residential and commercial northern suburb of Navi Mumbai.

3 STUDY OBJECTIVES The primary aim of this Pre-Feasibility Study is to evaluate opportunity of a Rail link between Airoli and Kalwa.AIROLI-KALWA SECTION Figure 2 – Thane Railway hub A Pre-Feasibility Study is now required in order to have a direct Rail link between Airoli and Kalwa. Figure 3 – Google Earth view of Airoli – Kalwa sector with existing Rail tracks Study of Development and Expansion Plan for Mumbai Suburban Rail Network Page 9 . Egis Rail in JV with Egis India & Aarvee associates PRE – FEASIBILITY STUDY . preparation of block cost estimates and project appraisal in respect of the facility to passengers and to reduce the traffic at Thane station. however its location with reference to the Central suburbs of Mumbai (where CR suburban services are extended) has induced its traffic growth over the years. This area is already developed and urbanized. 1.Kalwa sector t falls under MMR. 1.4 CORRIDOR CHARACTERISTICS Airoli . It will lead to preparation of Alignment Plans for suggested alternatives of rail link.

Egis Rail in JV with Egis India & Aarvee associates PRE – FEASIBILITY STUDY . In the following Prefeasibility Study. Figure 4 – Mumbai suburban rail network with proposed Airoli – Kalwa link 1.AIROLI-KALWA SECTION The proposed link is shown on the below map of MMR. available Railway scale plans. .5 SCOPE OF STUDY For the Pre-Feasibility Study for Airoli – Kalwa rail link. longitudinal sections and Railway boundary plans from the MRVC/Railway authorities for marking the alignment proposal were collected. index plans. the documents viz. yard plans. within the red ellipse.. following tasks will refine the study with more detailed information: Study of Development and Expansion Plan for Mumbai Suburban Rail Network Page 10 .

Egis Rail in JV with Egis India & Aarvee associates PRE – FEASIBILITY STUDY . Chapter I .  Reconnaissance surveys for identification of major overhead utilities along the corridor requiring diversion / relocation. Maintenance Depots. VII. Chapter IV .Introduction about study background. Chapter III . V. Chapter VI .Travel Characteristics in the study area.  Preparation of block cost estimates of project construction costs. objectives and scope.AIROLI-KALWA SECTION  Collection of Google map/other open source maps for marking the alignment proposal for new corridor. Chapter II .  Study the need to have additional stations. 1. I.Power Supply arrangements. Study of Development and Expansion Plan for Mumbai Suburban Rail Network Page 11 .  Feasibility of integrated operations of above corridor with existing railway corridor. II. VI. IV. Identification for station location. Chapter VII .Alignment Planning.  Reconnaissance Surveys at limited locations for preparation of alignment plans and assessment of land requirement.Station Planning.Cost Estimates and Financial Analysis.Train Operation Plan.6 ORGANISATION OF REPORT The Pre-feasibility Report has eight chapters. Chapter V . III.

314 2016 7 Airoli Thane 21.394 14 Kalwa Airoli 33.153 2 Kalwa Airoli 10.302 54.375 12 Thane Airoli 20.2 PASSENGER DEMAND ESTIMATION As a part of the Ridership assessment for identifying new corridors and the expansion of the existing corridors.793 70.025 52.059 4 Thane Airoli 18. Network etc.RIDERSHIP ASSESSMENT 2. were made to estimate the demand matrices. train operation plan.034 6 Kalwa Airoli 12.AIROLI-KALWA SECTION Chapter 2 .813 9.1: Ridership on the Trans-Harbour link Corridor Peak Hour Daily Peak Period trips Sl.861 3.748 59.424 16 Thane Airoli 20.252 5. Thus ridership on Airoli Kalwa Railway Link for all the durations is given in the following table.280 75.454 56.660 6.1 BACKGROUND System planning and a number of station facilities including the passenger dispersal.242 7. Hence.151 74. Table 2.136 63.841 50..878 2011 3 Airoli Thane 17.079 2021 11 Airoli Thane 23.264 13 Airoli Kalwa 27.795 60. The travel demand for Airoli Kalwa railway link was estimated after assigning the rail OD matrix on to the network.979 6.077 31.409 35.050 7.545 Study of Development and Expansion Plan for Mumbai Suburban Rail Network Page 12 .929 5 Airoli Kalwa 20. The exercise has been carried out based on available TranSFoRM Model by updating the planning parameters data.698 7.671 10 Kalwa Airoli 25. The ridership figures are also required to make a realistic assessment of fare box revenue.191 5.715 6.713 5.435 66.579 99. Egis Rail in JV with Egis India & Aarvee associates PRE – FEASIBILITY STUDY . depot planning and cost estimates require a reasonably accurate assessment of number of passengers who are expected to use the System in various horizon years.no From To Year trips trips 1 Airoli Kalwa 17.737 5.503 9 Airoli Kalwa 22.242 2031 15 Airoli Thane 25.087 4. rake requirement.456 5. Consultants developed a Travel Demand Model for MMR using the available Transform data and the 2011 census data. the base year considered was 2011 for obvious reasons regarding the accuracy of the population.565 8 Thane Airoli 19.034 3. 2.663 79.290 5.720 59. The required updation in the model and as well as in the inputs like planning parameters.

The daily ridership for the year 2011 (considered more appropriate with reference to the available population data) is represented pictorially in the following figure: Study of Development and Expansion Plan for Mumbai Suburban Rail Network Page 13 .AIROLI-KALWA SECTION Figure 2.1: Transit flow on Thane-Vashi Corridor (2021) . Egis Rail in JV with Egis India & Aarvee associates PRE – FEASIBILITY STUDY .

above table and figure that 50.000 passengers are plying between Airoli to Kalwa. Study of Development and Expansion Plan for Mumbai Suburban Rail Network Page 14 . The situation shall worsen considering that such figures will reach 1. Egis Rail in JV with Egis India & Aarvee associates PRE – FEASIBILITY STUDY .000 passengers between Kalwa to Airoli daily. and 32. As a result such figures may even increase more due to potential mode shift.000 daily in each direction in 2031.000 54.000 Kalwa 52.000 Navi Mumbai Figure 2.000 Airoli 50. 5 minutes on train are saved plus changing train time in Thane (one train every 4 minutes plus one minute to change of train) for an average total of around 8 mn.00. Hence providing a direct line connecting Airoli and Kalwa would not only decongest Thane junction but also decrease travel time for the passengers commuting from Navi Mumbai side to MMR region towards Kalwa and beyond.AIROLI-KALWA SECTION Kalwa Thane MMR beyond 32.2: Representation of Demand on the Section As per 2011 data. who in the absence of direct link are changing the line at Thane making the Thane junction congested.

but there is huge demand to set up a new station at Dighe station.No Station Name Connections 1 Thane Central Line 2 Airoli None 3 Rabale None 4 Ghansoli None 5 Kopar Khairane None 6 Turbhe None 7 Sanpada†/Juinagar‡ None 8 Vashi/Nerul Harbour Line † . It will be an extension of this line. Passengers coming from Navi Mumbai and going to Kalwa or further Kalyan need to get down in Thane station and board another train (green line on Fig.1 Trans-Harbour link Study of Development and Expansion Plan for Mumbai Suburban Rail Network Page 15 .1) are now having terminus in Thane station. This pre-feasibility report is to set out tentative alignment proposals for the new direct line from Airoli to Kalwa.1 General The proposed elevated link falls under the Trans-Harbour Line of the Mumbai Suburban Railway which connects Navi Mumbai to Thane. All trains on Trans-Harbour line (yellow line on Fig. At present there is no station between Airoli and Thane. making Thane station more congested.when travelling from/to Nerul Fig. it is operated by Central Railway (CR).Airoli-Kalwa Section Chapter 3 .2 STATIONS Existing stations on Trans-Harbour line are given below: S.ALIGNMENT PLANNING 3. 3.3.when travelling from/to Vashi ‡ .1). Egis Rail in JV with Egis India & Aarvee associates Pre – Feasibility Study .

Egis Rail in JV with Egis India & Aarvee associates PRE – FEASIBILITY STUDY . Both the options will be going through Dighe station. The rolling stock will be maintained in the existing Sanpada yard. for harmonization. there is no level crossing for the section under consideration.2 m has been proposed to accommodate two tracks (UP/DOWN). however the proposed alignment starts just after the existing RUB (near proposed new station at Dighe).3 ROAD OVER BRIDGES There are no existing ROBs. as given given below: Option 1: Back side of Shivaji talab (Thane side) Though the title of the Pre—feasibility study states that it is Airoli – Kalwa.AIROLI-KALWA SECTION 3. Alignment Options Two options have been studied for Airoli – Kalwa elevated link.7 GRADE Maximum 2.9 STATIONS & YARD LAYOUTS Depending on the alignment selected out of the 2 proposed options.8 SYSTEM PARAMETERS The broad parameters of this rail link will be decided after detailed evaluation of all available options and parameters of the existing lines that will be connected through this new link.6 FORMATION Formation width of 12. viaduct type structure proposed to cross the existing fast/long distance line. 3. there is one RUB on Airoli-Kalwa proposed alignment.5% vertical gradient has been proposed with obligatory spans on existing fast line. 3.10 ALIGNMENT PROPOSALS i. 3. 3. 3. 3. Study of Development and Expansion Plan for Mumbai Suburban Rail Network Page 16 . 3. It is proposed to have grade separated viaduct proposed for the Airoli – Kalwa link. one additional station could be added.5 LEVEL CROSSINGS Being elevated link.4 BRIDGES To avoid at grade crossing and minimize land acquisition. which is already used for maintaining and stabling the trains for the Trans-Harbour line.

follows existing fast line on west side and Crosses the existing Thane – Kalyan fast line near Ch: 950+000.3209 1000 468. hence the cost.1333 4 1639.2112 2 730.8953 1000 1619.565 111. Egis Rail in JV with Egis India & Aarvee associates PRE – FEASIBILITY STUDY .AIROLI-KALWA SECTION Proposed alignment starts on North – West of Dighe. iii Horizontal Curve details for the preferred option are given below: Horizontal Curve Details.5209 2122717. There is one obligatory span proposed near Ch: 1200.5148 230 891. There are two obligatory spans proposed near Ch: 900 (50m) and Ch: 1300 (40 m).330 0.  There is no disturbance to existing car shed near Kalwa. hence Kalwa passengers can’t use this facility.  It requires additional station just after Kalwa  Length of the proposed alignment is greater than Option 1.1976 2123651. alignment passes through habitation between Ch: 900+000 to Ch: 1100+000 and between Ch: 1400+000 and Ch:1500+000..1120 2123262. Chainage Easting Northing Radius Circular Start End Delta 1 470.488 289285. The proposed alignment is having the following advantages:  There are R&R issues with proposed alignment.082 879.697 289360. as the alignment passes through green-field. Proposed alignment is km 2.Airoli-Kalwa Link HIP HIP Circular No.645 472.312 74. it traverses parallel to existing slow line near Kalwa station. The proposed alignment is having the following advantages:  No major issues with R&R. hence it invites resettlement & rehabilitation (R&R) issues. alignment passing through back side of Shivaji talab.0436 3 1114. hence it is easy to acquire required land for this option  Passes through existing Kalwa station and terminates just after Kalwa station  With Minor modifications. there are no resettlement & rehabilitation (R&R) issues.827 289420. alignment starts on North – East of Dighe.  There is no disturbance to existing car shed near Kalwa.880 1659.803 in length.e.2926 230 582.506 288915.775 2. hence it is not easy to acquire required land for this option  Alignment will not pass through existing Kalwa station. it takes turn towards existing slow line near Kalwa station at Ch: 1300+000.6463 2122992. Proposed alignment is km 1.2858 Study of Development and Expansion Plan for Mumbai Suburban Rail Network Page 17 . Option 2: Mafatlal Compound The proposed alignment starts just after the existing RUB (near Dighe). follows existing fast line on west side and Crosses the existing Thane – Kalyan fast line near Ch: 1200+000 After crossing existing fast line. Considering the benefits of alignment 1 and due consultation with MRVC on implementation of the proposal.447 1337. The details of the options and the preferred alignment have been presented in A0 and A2 size drawings as annexed. existing platforms can be used. it was preferred to go for Option 1 i.3 in length. After crossing existing fast line.

000 Summit 680 135.500 5.AIROLI-KALWA SECTION iv Vertical Curve details for the preferred option are given below: Vertical Curve Details.365 7. VIP Level Out % Change in Type of In Grade(%) Length K Value No. Horizontal and Vertical parameters) to the existing Mumbai Sub-urban rail network on Central railway between Sandhurst Road and Reay Road.941 7.501 0.487 20.500 0. Figure 3.500 -2.000 4.Airoli Kalwa Link Curve Sl.2 : Horizontal Alignment near Reay Road (existing) Figure 3.902 Valley 130 -44.248 0.086 1.402 0.248 2. Egis Rail in JV with Egis India & Aarvee associates PRE – FEASIBILITY STUDY .798 1803.758 6.500 -2.070 -1.389 1.998 4 1630.807 -2.652 6.064 2 556.3 : Vertical Alignment at Sandhurst Road (existing) Study of Development and Expansion Plan for Mumbai Suburban Rail Network Page 18 .075 0.402 0 Proposed elevated Airoli – Kalwa is similar to in nature (Length.822 Summit 120 146.070 0.070 0 1 158.402 -2.410 3 1088. Chainage (m) Grade(%) grade Curve (m) 0.252 Valley 100 -44.364 2.

Sectional elevation of super structure on other than obligatory span and at obligatory span is given below for reference.4 Section for 25m span arrangement Fig.AIROLI-KALWA SECTION 3.11 PROPOSED VIA DUCT ARRANGEMENT: Proposed alignment would be mostly elevated having obligatory spans as indicated in the drawings.5 Section details at obligatory span (crossing existing tracks) Study of Development and Expansion Plan for Mumbai Suburban Rail Network Page 19 . Fig 3.3. Egis Rail in JV with Egis India & Aarvee associates PRE – FEASIBILITY STUDY .

12 Land Acquisition: Acquisition of land shall be proposed for the new Airoli – Kalwa link (elevated Corridor) where adequate width of Railway land is not available. the details of land to be acquired are worked out as follows: Sr.AIROLI-KALWA SECTION The details shown above are indicative and subjected further detailing in Feasibility & Detailed project report stage. Airoli -Kalwa 0 400 400 0 Nil Dighe 400 500 100 2.5 250 Dighe 500 650 150 5.0 250 Thane 1000 1300 300 12.0 2000 Dighe 800 900 100 20. 3. Egis Rail in JV with Egis India & Aarvee associates PRE – FEASIBILITY STUDY .0 450 Dighe 700 800 100 20. Study of Development and Expansion Plan for Mumbai Suburban Rail Network Page 20 .2 3660 Thane 1300 1850 550 0 0 Thane 1850 1950 100 20 2000 Thane TOTAL  12110 Sq.0 750 Thane 950 1000 50 5. SECTION LOCATION LENGTH WIDTH AREA TO BE VILLAGE No. (m) (m) ACQUIURED (Km) (m²) FROM TO 1.0 2000 Thane 900 950 50 15.0 750 Dighe 650 700 50 9.m Provision has been made in Cost Estimate for payment of compensation towards land acquisition.

Egis Rail in JV with Egis India & Aarvee associates PRE – FEASIBILITY STUDY .7 Measurement of existing RoW 3. Speed 40 kmph 11. Kalwa 3. No of New stations proposed Dighe 4. Connecting Stations Airoli. Length of Train 12 car EMU rake 14. Route length 1.6 Measurement of existing RoW Fig. Track Centre 4750 mm on viaduct 8. 3660 mm wide 16.3. Alignment Viaduct 5.No Item/Description Unit/Quantity 1. Traction Sub Station Airoli 15. Track Gauge Broad Gauge (1676 mm) 7. Formation width 12. Super Elevation 30 mm 12.2 m 6.5 % 9. Traction 25 kV AC OHE 13. Sl. Rolling Stock Normal EMU stock. Vertical Gradient 2. Minimum Horizontal Radius 230 m 10.AIROLI-KALWA SECTION Fig.13 Salient Features of the Alignment The salient features of the alignment are presented in the Table below.3. Loading Standard of Bridges 25 T – 2008 loading Study of Development and Expansion Plan for Mumbai Suburban Rail Network Page 21 .803 km 2.

should be detailed in Feasibility & Detailed Project Report stage. th th 4. Extend existing Foot Over Bridge to cater for 5 & 6 lines. Preliminary layout will be submitted separately. Study of Development and Expansion Plan for Mumbai Suburban Rail Network Page 22 .15 Proposed Construction Methodology The proposed construction methodology for the elevated Airoli.AIROLI-KALWA SECTION 3. 3. 3.14 New Station It is proposed to have a new station at DIGHE between Airoli-Kalwa suburban corridor (on LHS of Existing track).Kalwa Section is as below. Construct Airoli – Kalwa elevated viaduct (preferably pre-cast girders). existing train operations are not disturbed 2. Join newly constructed Airoli – Kalwa elevated section with 5 & 6 lines of Thane.Diva Section th th 5. Divert the UP line running between Airoli – Thane to the new line constructed as mentioned above. The above methodology is indicative. 1. Egis Rail in JV with Egis India & Aarvee associates PRE – FEASIBILITY STUDY . Construct new UP line away (12 m) from existing one.

4.STATION PLANNING & INTERMODAL INTEGRATION 4.2 PLANNING FOR INTERCHANGE FACILITIES With proposed Airoli-Kalwa link (bypassing Thane station) merging with proposed 5th & 6th line. it is necessary to shift platform location as proposed for 5th & 6th line. Study of Development and Expansion Plan for Mumbai Suburban Rail Network Page 23 .Proposed new link being improvement to the existing train operation plan.1 EXISTING STATIONS AND DEVELOPMENTS There is no existing station located between proposed Airoli – Kalwa new link . This is because of the vertical gradient of the proposed Airoli – Kalwa link. 4. Egis Rail in JV with Egis India & Aarvee associates PRE – FEASIBILITY STUDY . there is no major development envisaged in the catchment area. facilitating integration of existing platforms with proposed platforms. It is also necessary to extend existing foot over bridge (FOB) to cater the new platforms. The shifting of 5th & 6th line platforms are about 100m in length. further details on new station will be submitted separately.3 PROPOSED STATIONS AND DEVELOPMENTS It is proposed to have a new station at Dighe (on Airoli side).AIROLI-KALWA SECTION Chapter 4 .

1 INTRODUCTION Traction Power supply system for Airoli-Kalwa Link is proposed 1500 V DC supply as the existing system is running on same voltage. Auxiliary Sub Station shall be placed in the station with a small transformer of rating 100 kVA depending upon the load requirement.4 FLEXIBLE OVERHEAD EQUIPMENT SYSTEM Flexible Overhead equipment system shall be remaining similar to Thane-Vashi Line as the rolling stock and all other parameters are being taken similar to the running system. Airoli is having one Traction Sub Station to feed the nearby section for running line. Egis Rail in JV with Egis India & Aarvee associates PRE – FEASIBILITY STUDY .POWER SUPPLY. Feeding arrangement of HT Supply shall be given from Kalwa Traction Sub Station or any other breaker depending on the load analysis.AIROLI-KALWA SECTION Chapter 5 . SIGNALLING & TRAIN CONTROL SYSTEM 5. Alternatively. therefore.2 EXISTING POWER SUPPLY ARRANGEMENT Thane – Vashi line is running on 1500 VDC system. This will require a small requirement for auxiliary load. 5.5 STANDBY DIESEL GENERATOR (DG) SETS In the unlikely event of simultaneous tripping of all the input power sources or grid failure. the power supply to stations as well as to trains will be interrupted. Same Traction Sub System can be suitable upgraded for feeding the proposed Airoli- Kalwa link with the provision of SSP/SP as per the maintenance requirement. 5. 5. which is feeding the part of central main line. Rating of the transformer shall be fixed during further study. 5. the link shall have only one station at chainage 1300 approx. It is. Alternatively it shall be fed from Airoli Power supply network too to have the reliability in the system. it can be fed from Kalwa Traction Sub Station. proposed to provide standby DG set of suitable rating to cater to the following essential services:  Essential lighting  Signaling & Telecommunications  Control Supply to power equipments  Ticketing system Study of Development and Expansion Plan for Mumbai Suburban Rail Network Page 24 .3 AUXILIARY SUPPLY ARRANGEMENTS As per the route proposed in this report/study.

Being a very small link to be added in the running network. Study of Development and Expansion Plan for Mumbai Suburban Rail Network Page 25 . 5. Crisis management during emergencies IV. SCADA for Traction & non Traction supply System etc.7 SIGNALLING AND TRAIN CONTROL SYSTEM The signaling system will provide the means for an efficient train control. Supplementing the Signaling system for efficient train operation. Passenger Information System The proposed telecom system will cater to the following requirements:  Train Traffic Control  Assistance to Train Traffic Control  Maintenance Control  Emergency Control  Station to station dedicated communication  Passenger Announcement System within the station and from Central Control to each station or station itself. The adopted Train Control & Signaling System shall be for efficient. Telecommunication System also acts as a backbone for Railway signalling System. The communication system shall be provided for monitoring train operation. It assists in optimization of rail infrastructure investment and running of an efficient train services on the network. ensuring safety in train movements. II. and provides relevant train running information to passengers and meeting the operational and administrative requirements of railway network. Exchange of managerial information III. SCADA system shall be modified as per the final power supply network. The telecommunication facilities proposed are helpful in meeting the requirements for: I. The proposed signaling system (for suburban corridor) shall be flexible enough to accommodate the up-gradation. Egis Rail in JV with Egis India & Aarvee associates PRE – FEASIBILITY STUDY .6 SUPERVISORY CONTROL AND DATA ACQUISITION (SCADA) SYSTEM Operation and Control of the Power Supply and Traction Supply is being controlled by SCADA ion the existing systems. . 5.AIROLI-KALWA SECTION 5.8 TELECOMMUNICATION SYSTEM The purpose of Telecommunication System is to serve the Operative and Administrative communication requirement of Railway Organization.  Centralized synchronous Clock System  Passenger Display Information  Data Channels for Signaling. safe and quicker train movements.

2: Ridership Data Daily Ridership in lakhs Year  2011 2016 2021 2031 Daily Ridership 50153 60034 74079 99242 6.2 PROPOSED SYSTEM DESIGN System Design will be as under • Traction System : 25 kV ac 50 Hz single phase with flexible regulated overhead equipment system similar to the traction system on existing corridor. 1: Projected PHPDT data Growth of PHPDT in Airoli-Kalwa Year  2011 2016 2021 2031 PHPDT 4841 5795 7151 9579 Table 6.Kalwa link has been prepared based on following expected peak hour peak direction traffic (PHPDT) and Ridership data.1 PROJECTED RIDERSHIP AND PHPDT DATA Train operation plan for Airoli .TRAIN OPERATION PLAN 6. Table 6.3 TRAIN OPERATION PHILOSOPHY The underlying operation philosophy is to provide suburban Services at economical cost with fixed Infrastructure and Rolling Stock Planning. 3660mm wide having state of the art three phase propulsion system powered with VVVF drive similar to the existing stock in operation in Mumbai Suburban system. Egis Rail in JV with Egis India & Aarvee associates PRE – FEASIBILITY STUDY .  A minimum frequency of train service during lean period so as to make this service attractive during lean period also in comparison to other options. • Signalling System : Automatic signalling system similar to the signalling system in the existing corridor.  Basic unit will be 9-Coach unit with one motor coach and one trailer coach and one driving coach. Study of Development and Expansion Plan for Mumbai Suburban Rail Network Page 26 .  Selecting optimum Train frequency to provide sectional capacity commensurate with the peak direction traffic demand during peak hours. midnight) with average station dwell time of 30 seconds.  Running of normal services for 19 hours of the day (5 AM to 12 PM i.AIROLI-KALWA SECTION Chapter 6 . • Rolling Stock : Broad Gauge. 6.e.

some of the existing services terminating at Thane will use the new link to go up to Kalyan.63 130 216 TC 114 29. Table 6. Egis Rail in JV with Egis India & Aarvee associates PRE – FEASIBILITY STUDY . PHPDT demand will decide the number of such services. 3: Train formation MC Motor Coach DC Driving Coach TC Trailer Coach 9-Car Train DC + MC + TC + TC + MC + TC + TC + MC + DC 12-Car Train DC + MC + TC + TC + MC + TC + TC + MC + TC + TC + MC + DC 6.Kalwa link will be an extension of existing suburban train operation of Panvel/Vashi to Kalyan.14 175 289 DC 91 33.5 PASSENGER CARRYING CAPACITY OF TRAIN Coach wise Passenger Carrying Capacity of existing DC-AC coaches plying in Mumbai suburban section is as under Table 6. only 9-car service is considered for the proposed section also.  Suburban train operation Airola .  Based on existing demand and current number of trains per hour at peak period.AIROLI-KALWA SECTION  Make up time of 5-10% (on the tangent track) with 8-12% coasting and scheduled average speed for corridor shall be 45 kmph.  In view of existing 9-car train operations. it is assumed that there will 5 trains per hour towards Thane and 5 trains towards Kalyan. 6. 3: Passenger Carrying Capacity of Various types of Coaches MC Motor Coach DCDriving Coach TC Trailer Coach Coach Seating Standing Area Standing @ Type Capacity in SQM 6 per SQM Total Passengers MC 86 21.4 TRAIN FORMATION Train composition to be adopted is given as under. with a headway of 12 min towards each direction (6 mn on the common section)  Extension of existing services will also avoid transshipment of passengers from one train to another in Thane and will reduce journey time.02 198 289 Similarly Passenger carrying capacity of train with different configuration is also summarized as under Study of Development and Expansion Plan for Mumbai Suburban Rail Network Page 27 . therefore in the inception year.

Table 6. there will be 5 trains per hour during peak period in both directions. Table 6. there will be 5 trains per hour during peak period in both directions. based on the existing PHPDT. 4: Passenger Carrying Capacity and Weight of train Passengers in each train Weight of 9 or 12 car Rake in tonne Number Passengers Standing per sqm With Standing Passengers per sqm of cars Empty 6 8 10 6 8 10 9-Car 2881 2884 3387 360 503 533 563 12-Car 3175 3846 4516 480 671 711 751 Average weight of 60 kg per passengers and coach weight 0f 40 T have been considered for above calculations 6. based on the projected PHPDT.7: Capacity offered Year 2021 Passenger Carrying capacity Passengers Standing per SQM Headway 6 8 10 12 min 15876 19146 22420 Projected PHPDT 7151 Study of Development and Expansion Plan for Mumbai Suburban Rail Network Page 28 .6 FREQUENCY OF TRAIN SERVICE TO MEET DEMAND • Base year 2011. Egis Rail in JV with Egis India & Aarvee associates PRE – FEASIBILITY STUDY . based on the projected PHPDT. Table 6. 5: Capacity offered Year 2016 Passenger Carrying capacity Passengers Standing per SQM Headway ‘ 6 8 10 12 min 15876 19146 22420 Projected PHPDT 5795 • Year 2021. train operations with 12 car service with a headway of 12 minutes is considered in the inception year.5: Capacity offered Year 2011 Passenger Carrying capacity Passengers Standing per SQM Headway 6 8 10 12 min 15876 19146 22420 PHPDT 4841 • Year 2016.AIROLI-KALWA SECTION Table 6. train operations with 12 car service with a headway of 12 minutes is considered in the inception year. train operations with 12 car service with a headway of 12 minutes is considered in the inception year. there will be 5 trains per hour during peak period in both directions.

based on the projected PHPDT.Thane Headway Time (Hours) 12 min 12 min 5 to 6 3 3 6 to 7 4 4 7 to 8 4 4 8 to 9 5 5 9 to 10 5 5 10 to 11 5 5 11 to12 4 4 12 to 13 3 3 13 to 14 3 3 14 to 15 3 3 15 to 16 4 4 16 to 17 4 4 Study of Development and Expansion Plan for Mumbai Suburban Rail Network Page 29 .8 HOURLY TRAIN OPERATION PLAN The number of train trips proposed to be operated daily during different hours in each direction for the period 2016-2031 is given below.10: Number of daily trains (Vashi/Panvel) .Kalwa Airoli .8: Capacity offered Year 2031 Passenger Carrying capacity Passengers Standing per SQM Headway  6 8 10 12 min 15876 19146 22420 Projected PHPDT 9579 6. train operations with 12 car service with a headway of 12 minutes is considered in the inception year. 9: System capacity Passengers Standing per Capacity Train-Headway PHPDT SQM 12 min 10 22420 9579 6. Table 6. Table 6.AIROLI-KALWA SECTION • Year 2031. there will be 5 trains per hour during peak period in both directions. (Vashi/Panvel) - Year Airoli .7 DESIGNED CAPACITY OF SYSTEM Year wise Projected Peak hour peak direction traffic demand and non-peak hour traffic for the corridor is as below with 12 car rakes and 5 trains per hour Table 6. Egis Rail in JV with Egis India & Aarvee associates PRE – FEASIBILITY STUDY .

Five other trains per hour at peak time would go to Thane.Kalyan Vashi .AIROLI-KALWA SECTION 17 to 18 5 5 18 to 19 5 5 19 to 20 4 4 20 to 21 4 4 21 to 22 3 3 22 to 23 3 3 23 to 24 3 3 Trains / day / Direction 74 74 Out of 5 trains per hour going on Airoli – Kalwa link 4 would come from Vashi and 1 from Panvel. 6.Kalyan The estimated typical timetable would be as follows: Table 6.Kalyan Panvel .Thane Vashi .Thane Panvel 8:00 8:00 Khandeshwar 8:04 8:04 Mansarovar 8:07 8:07 Kharghar 8:10 8:10 Belapur 8:14 8:14 Seawood 8:18 8:18 Nerul 8:22 8:22 Juinagar 8:27 8:27 Vashi 8:00 8:00 Sanpada 8:03 8:03 Turbhe 8:32 8:32 8:07 8:07 Kopar khairane 8:37 8:37 8:12 8:12 Study of Development and Expansion Plan for Mumbai Suburban Rail Network Page 30 . Egis Rail in JV with Egis India & Aarvee associates PRE – FEASIBILITY STUDY .9 TIMETABLE Every hour (at peak period) there will be:  1 train Panvel – Thane  1 train Panvel – Kalyan  4 trains Vashi – Thane  4 trains Vashi .6: Typical journey times Station Panvel .

Kalyan Panvel . v) Journey time for end to end will be around 85 minutes ie Schedule speed is 45 Kmph.Thane Ghansoli 8:40 8:40 8:15 8:15 Rabale 8:43 8:43 8:18 8:18 Airoli 8:46 8:46 8:21 8:21 Thane 8:54 8:29 Kalwa 8:53 8:28 Mumbra 8:59 8:34 Diva 9:03 8:38 Kopar 9:08 8:43 Dombivali 9:11 8:46 Thakurli 9:14 8:49 Kalyan 9:20 8:54 6. Based on Train length and headway as decided above to meet Peak Hour Peak Direction Traffic Demand in different years.7: Rolling stock needs Year 2016 2021 2031 No. Table 6.10 ROLLING STOCK REQUIREMENT Based on Train formation and headway as decided above to meet Peak Hour Peak Direction Traffic Demand in different years.AIROLI-KALWA SECTION Station Panvel . i) Coach requirement has been calculated based on headway during peak hours. of Cars / Train 12 12 12 Headway in min 12 12 12 Bare Rake Requirement 18 18 18 Traffic Spare @5% 1 1 1 Maint. The Requirements of coaches has been calculated as per following assumptions. iv) The calculated number of rakes in fraction is rounded off to next higher number. ii) Traffic/Operational spares have been considered @5% of bare requirement to cater to operational exigencies on the corridor.Thane Vashi . Rake requirement has been worked out in as under. Spare @8% 2 2 2 Total Rakes 21 21 21 Total Coaches 252 252 252 Motor Coach 84 84 84 Driving Coach 42 42 42 Trailer Coach 126 126 126 Study of Development and Expansion Plan for Mumbai Suburban Rail Network Page 31 . iii) Repair and maintenance has been estimated as 8% of total coach requirement (Bare + Traffic Reserve) based on Intermediate overhaul and periodic overhaul interval. Egis Rail in JV with Egis India & Aarvee associates PRE – FEASIBILITY STUDY .Kalyan Vashi . Rake requirement has been calculated.

Table 7. All items related with alignment. 226. Permanent way. Station Building. etc. Traction Sub Station is not considered in costing viewing the feed from Airoli Traction Sub Station (TSS). Electrical & Mechanical (E&M) Services for Station. 7. Land.AIROLI-KALWA SECTION Chapter 7 . Item Unit Qty. custom duty. general consultancy charges @ 6% on all items except land. No.691 Crore at Sep’ 13 price level including design charges @ 3%.1 Land 1000M2 12. E&M Services for track etc. The proposed corridor is proposed a grade-separated section. Signalling and Tele Communication works. etc.. only SSP/SP Cost is considered for traction feeding arrangement cost. Utilities diversion etc. For items like SCADA. Civil. The cost estimates are worked out at Sep’13 price level. have been estimated at rate per route km/km basis. costs have been estimated in terms of number of units required.38 2 Alignment and Formation Study of Development and Expansion Plan for Mumbai Suburban Rail Network Page 32 . Cr) 1 Land 1. The overall capital cost amounts to Rs. 5% contingencies on all items is considered for estimation purpose. These costs cover all taxes. Signalling and telecommunication. RUB Box.1 INTRODUCTION The capital expenditure for the project has been assessed for Airoli-Kalwa Link for a total length 2.COST ESTIMATE 7. lump sum provision is kept in the cost estimates.1.2 CAPITAL COST ESTIMATE The cost estimates have been prepared covering Land. utility diversions. grade-separated construction. While preparing the capital cost estimates.110 35 42.) (Rs . The capital cost under various heads is worked out for proposed Airoli-Kalwa link and is presented in table below. VAT. Electrical. various items have been grouped under three major heads on the basis of following- (i) route km length of alignment (ii) number of units of that item and (iii) item being an independent entity. Egis Rail in JV with Egis India & Aarvee associates PRE – FEASIBILITY STUDY .Cr. OHE. like excise duty. Amount (Rs. Stabling Bays and yard cost for maintenance is also taken as zero. Capital Cost Estimate of Airoli-Kalwa Link Rate S. Other items like SSP/SP. Rolling stock cost is not considered viewing the running trains on Vashi Thane Route. as same number of rolling stock shall be maintained at Shanpada Yard.3 Km.

5 4.5 LS 1 1 1 Items Maintenance facility for Rolling Stock 7. Amount (Rs.Egis Rail in JV with Egis India & Aarvee associates PRE – FEASIBILITY STUDY .54 3.01 8.004 48.647 4 Station Buildings 4.8 1.Km. Cr) 2.004 47. & Telecom.3 17.1 Ballasted track Grade-Separated 2.) (Rs .2 management services charges @ 6% 9.1 Civil Works Each 1 7. 8.1 OHE R.1 4.4 Retaining Wall Embankment 2 1647 0.35 Km.2 Viaduct -25m Span 40 12200 0.8 3 Viaduct Construction 3.58 3. No.57 Land) Design charges @ 3 % on all items 10.3 SCADA no 1 2 2 7.AIROLI-KALWA SECTION Rate S.8 3.5 8.4 SP/SSP no 1 3 3 Electrical. OHE 7. Mechanical & Plumbing 7.2 E & M works each 1 1 1 5 P-Way Route.Cr. Route. 9 Utilities 9.001 1.05 Km.517 General Consultancy Charges Study of Development and Expansion Plan for Mumbai Suburban Rail Network Page 33 .3 3.6 LS 1 0 0 (Existing at Sanpada) 8 Signalling and Telecom.3 Viaduct -70m Span 1 854 0. 2.2 TSS (Existing from Airoli TSS) no 1 0 0 7. 6 Car Shed (Existing at Sanpada) LS 0 0 7 Traction & power supply incl.1 Earthwork for Formation/ Embankment RKM 1 1.1 Viaduct -25m Span 39 11895 0.3 7.3 4.3 on all items except land Total of all items including Design and 10.65 except land General consultancy and project 10.1 OHE modifications/other utilities LS 8 Total of all items (2 to 9 except Sub Total (1) 10 159. 5. Item Unit Qty.5 7.5 10.3 1 2.1 Sig. 2.

691 Study of Development and Expansion Plan for Mumbai Suburban Rail Network Page 34 .Cr. No.794 14 Gross Total (11+12) 226. Amount (Rs. Cr) Rolling Stock (Existing Rolling 11 Each 0 0 0 Stock) 215.897 12 Total Cost (1+10+11) Sub Total (2) 13 Contingencies @ 5 % 10.Egis Rail in JV with Egis India & Aarvee associates PRE – FEASIBILITY STUDY . Item Unit Qty.AIROLI-KALWA SECTION Rate S.) (Rs .

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LINE (UP. LINE .676 2. LINE PRO. LINE PRO. LINE .5&6 (BETWEEN THANE & DIVA) EXISTING FAST LINE STUDY OF DEVELOPMENT AND PLAN DRAWING FOR in Joint Venture with AIROLI .676 1.500 4. LINE EXI.750 4.750 THANE EXI.KALWA LINK EXPANSION PLAN FOR MUMBAI SUBURBAN RAIL NETWORK MUMBAI RAILWAY VIKAS CORPORATION LTD MRVC/AKL/01 1 OF 4 .5&6 EXISTING RLY.676 1. TO BE SHIFTED) (UP) (DOWN) (DOWN) SECTION A-A DETAILS @ CH: 500 AIROLI KALYAN LEGEND: EXISTING RLY. LINE REALIGNED (PROPOSED AIROLI-KALWA LINE MERGING WITH PROPOSED RLY.676 1. LINE PROPOSED AIROLI . 1.750 4.KALWA LINE PLAN PROPOSED RLY.

LINE PROPOSED AIROLI .5&6 (BETWEEN THANE & DIVA) STUDY OF DEVELOPMENT AND PLAN DRAWING FOR in Joint Venture with AIROLI .KALWA LINE PROPOSED RLY. TH A NE KA LY AN OLI AIR LEGEND: EXISTING RLY.KALWA LINK EXPANSION PLAN FOR MUMBAI SUBURBAN RAIL NETWORK MUMBAI RAILWAY VIKAS CORPORATION LTD MRVC/AKL/02 2 OF 4 . LINE REALIGNED EXISTING FAST LINE (PROPOSED AIROLI-KALWA LINE MERGING WITH PROPOSED RLY. LINE . LINE .5&6 PLAN EXISTING RLY.

LINE (UP) PRO.KALWA LINK EXPANSION PLAN FOR MUMBAI SUBURBAN RAIL NETWORK MUMBAI RAILWAY VIKAS CORPORATION LTD MRVC/AKL/03 3 OF 4 .5&6 (BETWEEN THANE & DIVA) STUDY OF DEVELOPMENT AND PLAN DRAWING FOR in Joint Venture with AIROLI .676 1.5&6 EXISTING RLY. LINE (DOWN. TO BE SHIFTED) KALYAN SECTION B-B DETAILS @ CH: 1500 THANE LIO AIR LEGEND: EXISTING RLY.300 PRO. LINE . LINE (DOWN) PRO. LINE REALIGNED EXISTING FAST LINE (PROPOSED AIROLI-KALWA LINE MERGING WITH PROPOSED RLY.676 1.KALWA LINE PLAN PROPOSED RLY. 1.676 1.300 5. LINE .300 5. LINE PROPOSED AIROLI . LINE (UP) PRO.676 5.

LINE PROPOSED AIROLI .5&6 (BETWEEN THANE & DIVA) STUDY OF DEVELOPMENT AND PLAN DRAWING FOR in Joint Venture with AIROLI .KALWA LINK EXPANSION PLAN FOR MUMBAI SUBURBAN RAIL NETWORK MUMBAI RAILWAY VIKAS CORPORATION LTD MRVC/AKL/04 4 OF 4 . LINE .5&6 EXISTING RLY. LINE . THANE KALYAN LIO AIR LEGEND: EXISTING RLY.KALWA LINE PLAN PROPOSED RLY. LINE REALIGNED EXISTING FAST LINE (PROPOSED AIROLI-KALWA LINE MERGING WITH PROPOSED RLY.