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Presented By:Shraddha Malhotra Sneha Singh Madhavi Hire Durgaprasad Rai Kamlesh Merugu Nainesh Pusalkar Adwait Sawant Gurpriti Matta Presented To:Prof. Satish Bhagal
Mumbai Pune Expressway
State Maharashtra Terminal 1 Kalamboli (Near Panvel) Terminal 2 Dehu Road (Near Pune) Length 93 Km Built By MSRDC Operated By MSRDC Number Of Lanes 6 Highway Tunnels 5
and the neighboring industrial hub city of Pune. Shraddha . 16. It spans a distance of 93 km (58 miles) connecting Mumbai. opened to traffic and made fully operational from April 2002. officially the Yashwantra Chavan Expressway is India's first six-lane concrete. access controlled tolled expressway. The first sections opened in 2000. It has introduced for India new levels of speed and safety in automobile transportation. and the entire route was completed. the financial capital of India.General The Mumbai Pune Expressway.00. Construction The project was completed under the stewardship of the Maharashtra State Road Development Corporation (MSRDC).000 (approx. high-speed. The expressway cost Rs.00. US$ 362 million) to construct.30.
the government of maharashtra appointed RITES and scott wilson kirkpatrick of UK to carry out feasibility studies for the new expressway to be operated on toll basis. Shraddha . The government of Maharashtra entrusted the work of the construction of Mumbai pune expressway to MSRDC in march 1997 on build-operatetransfer basis with permission to collect toll for 30 years.History In 1990. RITES submitted their report in 1994 with the estimated cost of project at Rs.46 billion rupees).1146 crores (11.
Mumbai Larsen and Toubro Ltd.M Jog Engineering Ltd. Mumbai V. 1600 Crores Time taken 3 Years Physical Land Acquired 1030 ha Contractors Appointed: IJM/SCL Joint Venture Hindustan Construction Co.Total Project Cost Rs. 2136 Crores Initial estimate Rs. Pune Konkan Railway Corporation Ltd Operation and Maintenance: Ideal Road Builders (IRB) Sneha Singh .
Risk Allocation Risks Borne By MSRDC Land Acquisition Risks Borne By Private Party Design Construction Operation and Maintenance Project Cost Financing Revenue Technology Insurable Force Majeure Specific Project Clearances Political Non-insurable Force Majeure Water & Power Availability at Source Project Completion Sneha Singh .
Strong Political Will. import etc. Subcontractors working under tight clauses.approved designs for the respective road segments. Environmental impact assessment. Land acquisition and clearances. Sneha Singh . Removing/diverting utility service lines Risks Mitigation By Private Party Pre.) Contractual and legal shield. Absorption of certain cost escalations by MSRDC. Employing state-of-the-art technology for carrying out construction work. Financial SOPs from GoM (Tax.Risks Mitigation By MSRDC Different consultants appointed.
00 411.03.E.2008 To 31.00 946.00 216.00 710.00 Kamlesh .04.F From 01.Present Toll Rates For 95km Of The Expressway W.00 Trucks Buses 3 Axle vehicle Multi axle vehicle 300.2011 Type of Vehicle Car Light vehicles & mini buses Toll Rates(Rates in Rupees) 140.
Stone trestle to khandala tunnel Khandala tunnel to khandala Khandala to tungarli Tungarli to kamshet-1 tunnel Kamshet-1 tunnel to kamshet-2 tunnel Kamshet-2 tunnel to talegaon toll station Distance 8.5 km 17.6 km .6 km.1 km Talegaon toll station to somatne interchange Somatne interchange to end of expressway (pune end) 3.7km 3. 6. Adoshi tunnel to the old british-built deccan-konkan stone trestle.2 km 11.5km 0. The mumbai-pune carriageway skirts the eastern edge of the tunnel while the pune-mumbai carriageway traverses the 256 m long tunnel.6 km 7.5 km 6.Distances( Total Length: 93.3 km 10.1 Km) Description Start of expressway(mumbai end) Kon-shedung interchange to bhatan tunnel Batan tunnel to madap tunnel Madap tunnel to khalapur toll station Khalapur toll station to khalapur-sajgaon gas station & rest area khalapur-sajgaon rest area to adoshi tunnel.3 km 1. This is the site of the old (1830-1928) GIPR reversing station.4 km Kamlesh 7.8km 2.9 km 4.1km 1.
550 km Consulting Engg.629km Kusgaon to Ozarde Ozarde to Dehu Road Ghat Section Package . Mumbai Lasern and Toubro Ltd. Chennai PBA .Venture Larson & Toubro Ltd.with Lighten Asai Jt. 8. India Frishmann Prabhu (India) Pvt. Service (India) Ltd. Service (India) Ltd.28km.I Adoshi to long tunnel 7. Venkat Rao Visakhapatnam Technogem Consultants Thane Technogem Consultants Thane Kamlesh . IJM/SCL Joint Venture Hindustan Construction Co.Section Description Technical Consultants Contractor Kon to Chowk : 13. Consulting Engg. Venkat Rao Visakhapatnam PBA . with Lighten Asai Jt.20 km. Shapoorji Pallonj & Co. Ltd.PCEC (JV) M. Intercontinental Consultants and Technocrats Pvt. Sir Owen Willians Innovestment Consulting Engg. Chennai Shapoorji Pallonj & Co.13 km Stup Consultants with Hyder Consulting Ltd. jog Engineering Ltd. Panvel Bypass Package . Venture Larson & Toubro Ltd.I Adoshi to long tunnel 7. Ltd. Panvel Bypass Package .K. U.PCEC (JV) M.II Long tunnel to Lonavala bypass 8. Mumbai V. Pune Shapoorji Pallonj & Co.13 km Ghat Section Package . 1.M.232 km Chowk to Adoshi 16.I 0/0 to 8/200. Chennai Ghat Section Package . with Lighten Asai Jt.II 8/200 to 9/750. Service (India) Ltd.Venture Larson & Toubro Ltd.
Technical consultants fees.Section Description Technical Consultants Contractor Tunnel Work 5 Twin Tunnel 5724 m. Tunnel Length Other Exp. Ltd. Building. Kamlesh . Tollplaza. etc Kokan Railway Corp. fencing sign boards.
There are separate tunnels for traffic in each direction and the cost of the tunnels was about Rs200 crores ($40 million). This work was entrusted to Kokan Railway Corporation Ltd on 8 December 1997.TUNNELS The expressway has four-lane-wide tunnels at five locations with a total length of 5. These are: Tunnel 1 2 3 4 5 Bhatan Madap Adoshi Khandala Kamshet-1 Madhavi . The tunnels on this Expressway were provided with modern facilities for ventilation. lighting and fire fighting vehicles.724m.
For safety of traffic compound wall / fencing is proposed on both side of expressway. five interchanges have been proposed. Chakan. Use of modern technology & machineries. three wheelers and tractors vehicles. NH17.Salient Features of Expressway India's first six lane access control expressway.. Speedy completion of work. Government has given guarantee for raising of funds from financial institutions. Project is on Build . etc. Ahmednagar. Construction of expressway is done as per international standard. Provision of Petrol pumps / motels / workshops etc. To cater to traffic of Kalyan. Underpass / Overpass has been provided for the state highway and other road crossings. Cranes are provided to lift and remove accident vehicles. Madhavi .Operate .Transfer (BOT) basis. Five tunnels of international standards. Provision for 7000 trees plantation on both sides of expressway. Pen. Ban on two wheelers. Provision of subways for villagers at every 300 to 500 meters distance.
Speedy completion of work. Savings in travel time. Saving in fuel consumption by vehicles. Economic development through speedy traffic. Fast crossing of Khandala Ghat.Benefits Reduction in accidents. Reduction in pollution. Adwait .
Modern Machinery The construction material requirement and quantities of some major items are given below :Slip form paver for laying concrete roads Large Size Crusher Sand Manufacturing Machine Concrete Batching Plants Concrete transit mixers and Heavy Dumper Wagon Drills Adwait .
T 700 lakhs ltr.30 lakhs C.M 28200 M. 300 Crores Adwait 640 hectares 455 hectares Unit .Construction Material Description Physical Land acquired for road Land acquired for Murum qurries & Dumping area Total Excavation Murum In Cutting Embankment work Total length of tunnels Excavation for approches to tunnels Excavation Tunnels Total Cement Required Total Steel Required Explosives required for blasting Total Diesel Required Total Water Required Total Electricity Required Cost of Machineries 110.40 lakhs C.00 lakhs C.M 78.74 lakhs C.M 7.74 lakhs C.T 2800 M.M 40. 300 lakhs ltr. 53 lakhs unit.M 5724 Meters 19.M 8.17 lakhs C.
DurgaPrasad . It is proposed to plant additional 1.00. which are coming in the carriage of the expressway.000 trees along alignment in ROW and plantation in the entire length in median.Plantation of Tress In order to save trees. we have transplanted them at other locations within the right of way. About 500 such trees have been transplanted along the expressway.
Khalapur. Chowk. DurgaPrasad .Alignment Of Expressway The expressway passes through the Sahyadri ranges with natural scenic beauty. Kusgoan and Talegoan. In order to provide easy facilities or entering or exiting the expressway 5 interchanges are provided at Kon.
Facilities of Expressway Police Ambulances Hotels Motels Restaurants Petrol pumps Toilets and telephone DurgaPrasad .
the work of improvement of Old National Highway NH-4 is entrusted to MSRDC by Ministry of Road Transport & Highways. 2004 to Aug. Subsequently. of India. Govt. 2019.Operation And Maintenance The Expressway was opened to traffic and made fully operational from April 2002. This was a unique experiment done by MSRDC with success and has now become trendsetter for all the major projects to be undertaken elsewhere. This improvement NH4 work coupled with operation and maintenance of Mumbai Pune Expressway was entrusted to BOT operator for a period of 15 years from Aug. Gurpreet . The activity of operation and maintenance of this Expressway was entrusted to international agency M/s Elsamex Shinde IRB J/V for a period of three years upto April 2005.
RITES estimated that the diversion of traffic to the new expressway would be the order of 40-45 percent of the total corridor traffic. the expressway project. was Rs 11.Feasibility Study Feasibility study In 1990.464 million. Project cost. as estimated by RITES at 1994 prices. the Government of Maharashtra appointed RITES and Scott Wilson Kirkpatrick of UK to carry out feasibility studies for the new Expressway to be operated on toll basis. Hence. was economically viable. Important findings of the feasibility study are as given below RITES recommended the construction of a dual three-lane expressway taking of from the NH4 at Kon near Panvel and ending at Dehu Road on the westerly bypass outside Pune — a total length of 84 km. RITES recommended that subsidy might come from income through property development on the land in the vicinity of the expressway. Gurpreet .