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BANGALORE METRO RAIL

PROJECT(NAMMA METRO)

METRO

A metro system is defined as an urban, electric passenger


transportation system with high capacity and high frequency of
service, which is totally independent from other traffic, road or
pedestrians
A Metro can be either underground or elevated and in case of
outskirts of the cities on the ground even.
In India, for a population of 30lacs+ , Metro rail remains to be
viable solution
Metro capacity in phpdt (passengers per hour per direction of
traffic )
Heavy capacity with a capacity of 60-90,000 phpdt.
Medium capacity with a capacity of 40-50,000 phpdt, or,
A light metro with the capacity ranging from 25-30,000 phpdt.
When the traffic volume exceeds 12,000 phpdt it can be handled
effectively by a rail-based Metro System.
Metros can be either with pneumatic wheels or steel wheels on
steel rails. In either case the traction is by electric energy.
Other MRTS modes are Mono Rail, Sky Bus, High Capacity buses
etc.

DIFFERENT PHASES: PHASE 1:North-South - Yeshwantpur to R V Road (14.9km)


East-West - Mysore Road to Byappanahalli
(18.1km)

PHASE 2:North extension - Yeshwantpur to Peenya


East extension - Mysore Road to Bangalore
University
South extension - R V Road to J P Nagar
West extension - Byappanahalli to Whitefield

PHASE 3:Swastik to yeshwantpur

PHASE 4:K. R Market to R.V Road

N. Sivasailam, IAS
Managing Director,
Bangalore Metro Rail
Corporation Ltd

Saloon features:(A) Wide gangway between cars to allow free


movement of passengers
(B) Smooth finish interior panels ( graffitis
resistant)
(C) Non slip and non skid floor structure.

METRO UNDER CONSTRUCTION

BANGALORE METRO TRAIN

Vehicle Interior
Optimized arrangement of Interior passengers
View
facilities
Harmonized and modernized Interior Color
Scheme
Scratch proof interior panel
Skid free, fire resistant floor

Passenger Facility
4 wide passengers automatic
side.
(2) Wide and clear windows .
(1)

access doors in each

METRO STATIONS

ROLLING STOCK - SAFETY ASPECTS.

(1) ATP automatic train protection : protection to train with


driver supervision.
(2) ATO automatic train operation :automatic start
,acceleration & deceleration
(3) ATC :automatic train control :(ATP+ ATO)
(4) TRAIN MANAGEMENT SYSTEM :TMS :
information for operation & maintenance
(5) Microproccessor control & brake system
(6) Safety door closing / opening
(7) Surveillance cameras for security ( CCTV)

COACHES:Max. permissible speed


Commercial speed
Coach body

Carrying capacity

Axle load
Class of accomodation
Traction motors: coaches
Acceleration
Decceleration
Additional features

80 kmphr
32 Kmphr
Stainless steel
Length - 20.8 m
Width - 2.88m
Height 3.80m
About 50 sitting &306
standing (at 8 person per sq.
m .area)
15 tonnes
one
4 of 180 Kw each in motor
Max 1.0 m/sec ^2
Max 1.1 m/sec ^2(normal)
Air conditioning
Automatic door closing

AUTOMATIC FARE
COLLECTION

Automatic Fare Collection (AFC) Gates

Stand near the AFC Gates


Entry:
Hold your Token/ Smart Card
close to the machine
Exit:
Token Users: Drop your token into
the machine

AFC

Smart Card Users: Hold your Smart


Card close to the machine
Wait for the Gates to open
Cross through the gates
While crossing, make sure that the
children below 3 feet (height) are
closely in front of you or in your lap.
Smart Card saves time, saves money!

DESIGN FEATURES OF BANGALORE


METRO
Design underground
elevated
Schedule speed
Frequency of train
Travel time

6.76 km
25.65 km

32 to 80 kmph
4.0 min. extendable to 2.0
min
33 mts EAST - WEST
28 MTS
NORTH SOUTH

PHPDT
Future PHPDT

40,000
80,000

SALIENT FEATURES OF THE METRO RAIL PROJECT :

An elevated metro rail, with two lines (up and down lines) on a
deck erected on pillars generally in the central median of the
road, without obstructing the road traffic;

Standard gauge (1435 mm);

Stations located at an average interval of 1km elevated


stations with passenger access through staircases, escalators
& lifts;

Adequate parking space and circulating areas to be provided


(mostly on Govt. lands) at the stations;

Frequency of 3 to 4 minutes during peak hours;

The system is expected to carry about 1.57 million passengers


per day by 2011 and 2.57 million by 2021
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Contd
Rails to be continuously welded to minimize noise levels;
Power supply through 3rd rail bottom collection (750 v
DC);
Coaches air-conditioned with automatic door-closures
and many safety features;
Signaling system ensures safety and specified speeds
through Automatic Train Control (ATC), Automatic Train
Protection (ATP) and Automatic Train Operation (ATO);
Telecommunication facilities to be state of the art,
facilitating continuous communication between Central
Control, train drivers and station masters.

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The eastern line will be commissioned in December 2010 and the northern
line in June-September 2011. The rest of the lines i.e. the western line and
southern lines including the underground system of NS and EW will be
commissioned by June-September 2012.
At present metro project is been projected only till inner ring-roads but in
the future it will be expanding to outer ring-roads also.

The perfect Plan


The city bus corridors will not run parallel
to Bangalore Metro corridors, instead buses
will act as feeders. The mono rail network
planned for the city will not overlap with
that of the metro, but will connect at major
junctions as feeders. On certain high
density corridors, three wheelers will be
regulated. Feeder bus services will be
provided to all the metro stations.
Bus bays and parking facilities for private
vehicles will be available at all major
stations. State-of-the-art satellite bus-cummetro terminals are being planned in the
city outskirts, to control the entry of intercity buses.

Main Action
The Bangalore Metro will be integrated with
Railways and other modes of transport at
Byappanahalli Railway Station in the East,
Yeshwantpur Railway Station in the North and
Bangalore City Railway Station and
Kempegowda Bus Stand in the Central parts of
the city.
Thus far, few studies of transport have
addressed the consequences of social change
derived predictive models to deal with this set
of issues.

CONTRACTS AWARDED

OTHER SPECIALIZED AGENCIES ENGAGED:-

The Bangalore MRTS is essentially a "social" sector project,whose


benefits will pervade wide sections of economy. The modified first phase will
generate substantial benefits to the economy by the way of:

Time saving for commuters


Reliable and safe journey
Reduction in atmospheric pollution
Reduction in accident
Reduced fuel consumption
Reduced vehicle operating costs
Increase in the average speed of road vehicles
Improvement in the quality of life

Transport plays a
critical role in social
and economic
development. The need
to understand and to
accommodate the
interests, perceptions
and needs of target
populations and other
key stakeholders is
paramount in the
design of projects and
programs aimed at
social and economic
development.

social importance :

With traffic decongestion being the key,


the primary aim of the Bangalore Metro is
to encourage commuters to leave their
vehicles in their garages and use public
transport.
Positioned as a complementary, rather
than competitive mode of transport, the
Bangalore Metro will work in tandem with
other transport systems like buses and
mono rails.

FINANCIAL
PERSPECTIVES
BUSINESS STRUCTURE OF
BANGLORE METRO RAIL PROJECT

Bangalore, the IT Capital of India is bustling with


development of infrastructure. The city of Bangalore with a
growing population of 6.8 million sued with traffic chaos
owing to steep rise in number of private vehicles in the form
of two wheelers and cars.
By 2011, Namma
the traffic.

Metro

is tipped to carry 15 per cent of

A total of 180 coaches by 2011 and 270 coaches by 2021 are


in the plan.
The BMRC hopes to generate 10 per cent of the revenues
from non-fare aspects and be commercially viable from the
sixth year.

IN DETAILS

Project start Date: - August2005


Going Live: December2010 (1st phase)
No. of Commuters: 820000
Proposed Fare: 1.33-1.66 times the
bus fares. Annual escalation fares at 4%
Cost/Km Underground: Rs 250 crore
Cost/Km Elevated: Rs 80 crore
Total Cost: Rs 6400 crores

Project cost Details


Estimation of cost in Rs . Crores
The estimated cost of the project approved by the
Government of India
based on April 2005 prices is as under: Construction cost
: 5080 (5912)*
Interest during construction
: 348 (449)*
Financing charges &
Pre-operative expenses
: 25 (29)*
TOTAL Current Cost
: 5453 (6395)*
*( completion cost which is the current cost + an annual
escalation of 5% per year for the likely duration of the
project.)

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MAJOR WORLD METROS AT A GLANCE


Location

Canada

Name

Opening

Stations

Montreal
Toronto

Montreal Metro
Toronto Subway and

1966
1954

68
69

Vancouver

RT
SkyTrain

1985

47

China
1312

Length

Length

(km)

(mi)

66
68.3
68.7

203

41
42.4
42.7

13

Beijing
Chengdu
Chongqing
Dalian
Guangzhou
Hong Kong

Beijing Subway[
Chengdu Metro
Chongqing Rail Transit
Dalian Metro
Guangzhou Metro
MTR (Mass Transit

1969
2010
2005
2003
1997
1979

147
16
18
20
80
82

228.0
18.5
19.1
63.0
154.7
174.4

141.7
11.5
11.9
39.1
96.1
108.4

Nanjing
Shanghai

Railway)
Nanjing Metro
Shanghai Metro

2005
1995

55
234

85.0
420.0

52.8
261.0

Shenyang
Shenzhen
Tianjin
Tianjin
Wuhan

Shenyang Metro
Shenzhen Metro
Binhai Mass Transit
Tianjin Metro
Wuhan Metro

2009
2004
2004
1984
2004

18
22
24
26
27

22.2
25.2
42.3
31.6
27.9

13.8
15.7
26.3
19.6
17.3

Egypt
Cairo
France

1
Cairo Metro

1987

65.5

53

65.5

349

Lille
Lyon
Marseille

Lille Metro
Lyon Metro
Marseille Metro

1983
1978
1977

60
42
30

Paris

Paris Mtro

1900

368

214

133

Rennes
Toulouse

Rennes Metro
Toulouse Metro

2002
1993

15
37

9.4
27.5

5.8
17.1

Germany

45.2
30.5
22

40.7

Berlin

Berlin U-Bahn

1902

173

Berlin
Frankfurt

Berlin S-Bahn
Frankfurt U-

1924
1968

166
85

331
58.6

206
36.4

Hamburg

Bahn
Hamburg U-

1912

89

100.7

62.6

Dortmund

Bahn
U-Bahn

1986

77

77.2

48.0

Munich

Dortmund
Munich U-Bahn

1971

98

100.8

62.6

Nuremberg

Nuremberg U-

1972

44

34.6

21.5

India
Delhi
Kolkata

Bahn

Delhi Metro
Kolkata
Metro

2002
1984

117
23

147

850

28.1
19.0
14

138.25
25.5

164

91

85.90
15.8

Japan

13

760

Fukuoka

Fukuoka City

1981

35

29.8

18.5

Kobe

Subway
Kobe Rapid

1968

10

7.6

4.7

Kobe

Railway
Kobe

1977

25

30.6

19.0

1981

29

28.8

17.9

1957

83

89.1

55.4

1933

101

137.8

85.6

1971

46

48

30

Municipal
Kyoto

Subway
Kyoto
Municipal

Nagoya

Subway
Nagoya
Municipal

Osaka

Subway
Osaka
Municipal

Sapporo

Subway
Sapporo
Municipal

Sendai

Subway
Sendai Subway

1987

17

14.8

9.2

Tokyo
Tokyo
Tokyo

Tokyo Metro
Toei Subway
Tokyo

1927
1960
1996

179
106
8

195.1
121.5
12.2

121.2
75.5
7.6

1972

32

40.4

25.1

2004

4.1

2.5

Waterfront
Area Rapid
Yokohama

Transit
Yokohama
Municipal

Yokohama

Subway
Minatomirai

Russia

468

Kazan

Kazan Metro

2005

5.0

Moscow

Moscow Metro

1935

182

301.2

187.2

Nizhny

Nizhny Novgorod

1985

13

15.3

9.5

Novgorod
Novosibirsk

Metro
Novosibirsk Metro

1986

12

14.3

8.9

Saint

Saint Petersburg

1955

63

110.2

68.5

Petersburg
Samara

Metro
Samara Metro

1987

10.2

6.3

Yekaterinburg Yekaterinburg

1991

8.6

5.3

Metro

Singapore
Singapore

Mass Rapid Transit

Switzerland
Lausanne

Lausanne

1987

2008

78

28

1
1

118.9

15.0

119
15

73.9

9.3

Metro

United Kingdom

Glasgow

Glasgow Subway

1896

15

London

London Underground

1863

270

408

254

London

Docklands Light Railway

1987

40

34

21

1980

60

77.7

48.3

Newcastle/Su Tyne & Wear Metro


nderland

10.4

530

6.5

United States

14

1240

Atlanta
Baltimore
Boston
Chicago
Cleveland

MARTA
Metro Subway
MBTA
Chicago 'L'
RTA Rapid Transit (Red

1979
1983
1897
1892
1955

38
14
51
144
18

77
24.5
61
173
31

48
15.2
38
107
19

Los

Line)
Los Angeles County

1993

16

28.0

17.4

Angeles
Miami
New York

Metro Rail
Metrorail
New York City Subway

1984
1870

22
468

36
369

22
229

City
New York

PATH

1908

13

22.2

13.8

City
Philadelphi

SEPTA

1907

53

40.06

24.89

a
Philadelphi

PATCO Speedline

1936

13

22.9

14.2

a
San

BART

1972

43

167

104

2004
1976

16
86

17.2
171

10.7
106

Francisco
Bay Area
San Juan
Tren Urbano
Washington Washington Metro
, D.C.

World Metro Speeds


Sl
No.

Country

City

MAX. Av
Speed Speed
km/hr Km/hr

INDIA

KOLKATTA

55

30

INDIA

DELHI

70

32

CANADA

MONTREA
L

72

40

FRANCE

PARIS

70

20

WITH DRIVER

FRANCE

PARIS

80

40

WITHOUT DRIVER

CHINA

BEIJING

80-110

CHINA

SHANGHAI

80

RUSSIA

MOSCOW

48.85

41.55

GERMONY HAMBURG

100

40

10

JAPAN

80-105

11

SINGAPOR SINGAPOR
E
E

90

12

UK

LONDON

80-110

13

USA

SAN

130

TOKYO

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Remarks

India has seen a massive increase in


its Economic development from last
60 years and it has increased
tremendously from last 10 years.
So, Government of India had taken
an initiative to develop or to
increase its Infrastructure in whole
country especially in big cities.

Like
Delhi The capital of India.
Mumbai The financial capital of India.
(Bombay)
Pune The educational hub of India.
Hyderabad Rapidly developing city of India.
(Bhaghaynagaram)
Bangaluru The I.T hub of India.
(Bangalore)
Cochin Largest port in India
Chennai Known for finance, education and
(Madras) good transport system.

STATUS OF METRO RAIL IN INDIA


System

City

Opening

Notes

Date

METRO IN OPERATION & FURTHER IN CONSTRUCTION


Kolkata Metro

Kolkata

Railway

1984 First Mass Rapid Transit System in


India. Broad gauge 750VDC 3-rail. &

Delhi Metro

Delhi

Mumbai Metro
Namma Metro
Rapid Metro Rail

Mumbai
Bangalore
Gurgaon

standard gauge in new line


2002 Broad gauge & Standard gauge 25kV AC

METRO UNDER CONSTRUCTION

2010 Standard gauge 25kV AC


2010 Standard gauge 750VDC 3-rail
2012

Gurgaon
Chennai Metro
Chennai
2014 Standard gauge 25kV AC
Hyderabad Metro Hyderabad 2014 Delayed by 3 years due to the Satyam
controversy. Standard gauge 750VDC 3rail

METRO IN PLANNING
Jaipur Metro
Pune Metro
Kochi Metro
MetroLink Express

Jaipur
Pune
Kochi
Gandhinagar &

Gandhinagar and

Ahmedabad

Ahmedabad (MEGA)
Chandigarh Metro
Lucknow Metro
Kanpur Metro
Navi Mumbai Metro
Ludhiana Metro
Jullunder Metro
Amritsar Metro

Chandigarh
Lucknow
Kanpur
Navi Mumbai
Ludhiana
Jullunder
Amritsar

Standard gauge
Standard gauge
Gauge unknown
Gauge unknown

Gauge unknown
Gauge unknown
Standard gauge 750VDC 3-rail
Standard gauge 25kV AC
Likely to be standard gauge
Likely to be standard gauge
Likely to be standard gauge

Mumbai Metro
Phase One will be implemented on a
Build-Operate-Transfer basis for the
period of 35 years. The phase includes
construction of three metro lines. A
consortium led by Anil Dhirubhai
Ambani Group's Reliance Energy Ltd
(REL) along with Veolia Transport Co.
together with Mumbai Metropolitan
Region Development Authority
(MMRDA) bagged the contract for the
2,356 crore
Versova - Andheri Ghatkopar 11.07km (Construction started,
expected to be complete by 2010)

HYDRABAD METRO 71 KM ON PPP MODE


12132 crores

HYDRABAD METRO

The bidding process was completed by July 2008, the bid being awarded
to a consortium led by Maytas Metro. Following the Satyam controversy in
December 2008, Maytas failed to achieve financial closure for the project
as per schedule in March 2009

In the July-2010 rebidding process, Larsen & Toubro (L&T) emerged as the
lowest bidder for the Rs. 12,132-crore project. L&T came forward to take
up the work for about Rs. 1,458 crore as viability gap funding as against
the sanctioned Rs. 4,853 crore. The ground work on the project will start
in January 2011 and the entire project is expected to be completed in five
years.

On 4th Sep 2010, The concession agreement for the Rs.12,132-crore


Hyderabad Metro Rail (HMR) project was signed .The Andhra Pradesh
government signed the pact with Larsen & Toubro Hyderabad Metro Rail
Pvt. Ltd for development of Hyderabad Metro Rail project in public-private
partnership (PPP) mode. The concession period is for 35 years including
five years for construction, with a provision of extension for another 25
years

The Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC)


won the 'Most Improved Metro' award at
the Third World Metro Awards ceremony
in London . Sh. E Sreedharan was also
given a special mention for his
'outstanding contribution to the urban
transport industry' during the ceremony
March 23, 2010

REFERENCE:
sources collected from
http://www.google.com
http://www.businesstandard.com
http://www.karnataka.com
http://www.bmrc.com
http://www.thehindu.com
http://www.youtube.com
http://www.wikipedia.com

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