ITDP_CUMTA_MTSU EC_131028

Report
Chennai
Unified
Metropolitan
Transport
Authority
Shreya Gadepalli | Regional Director
October 2013
Chennai UMTA
• Created in 2010 through an Act (No.44 of 2010)
• Board consists of all relevant departments/agencies
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Transport Minister – Chairperson
Chief Secretary – Vice Chairperson
Chief Planner – Transport (CMDA) – Member Secretary
Secretaries of Transport, Municipal Admin, Housing & UD,
Home, Finance, Special Initiatives (Metro etc.), & Highways
Commissioners of Corporation, Police, Transport
GM and DRM – Southern Railways
Member Secretary – CMDA
MD – MTC and CMRL
• Executive Body – Meets once in a Quarter
• Subcommittees – Meet every month
CUMTA Workshop
January 2013
Three-day hands on planning
(Lead by Senior IAS Officials. Over 50 participants)
1. Developing an integrated, high quality bus
and BRT network for Chennai.
2. Improving streets and public realm
3. Management of Road Space and Travel
Demand
4. CUMTA as an Agent of Change in Chennai
Metropolitan Area
18000 lane-km of
new roads!
3500 new buses
88km BRT
Street redesign
Investment:
Rs.36,000 cr
Investment:
Rs.3,000 cr
Mode Shift 2013 – 2018
Goal PT to achieve 60% motorized modes
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Developing an Integrated, High
Quality Bus & BRT Network
OBJECTIVES
• Finance expansion of the bus fleet to better serve
existing demand and expand public transport usage.
• Implement BRT to expand the reach of mass rapid
transit.
• Provide better information to enhance public transport
user experience.
• Simplify fare collection and integrate it across modes.
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Enhancing Bus Fleet & Quality
BUS FLEET
REQUIREMENT:
Yr 2013: 5,000
Yr 2018: 7,000
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Existing
For comfortable Due to Shift from
Reduction
journey
share autos
because of route
rationalisation
26%
64%
OMR
3 lanes
2500 PCU/hr/dir
(3000 pphpd)
400 crores
OMR
2 lanes
1500 PCU/hr/dir
(1800 pphpd)
400 crores
+ Elevated road
2 lanes
2400 PCU/hr/dir
(2880 pphpd)
700 crores
60% increase in road capacity
175% additional cost
OMR
2 lanes
1500 PCU/hr/dir
(1800 pphpd)
400 crores
+ BRT system
1 lanes
50-300 buses/hr/dir
(5000-30000 pphpd)
120 crores
200-1000% increase in road capacity
30% additional cost
CHENNAI BRTS
Network Length:
88 km
Estimated Ridership:
1.2 million/day
High quality stations | Real-time information
Smart electronic fare collection at stations
Rapid | Dependable
Easy to access
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Improving Streets and the
Public Realm
OBJECTIVES
• Develop uniform street design standards.
• Identify major cycle movement patterns and design an
integrated cycle track and greenway network for the
entire city.
• Adopt urban design standards and planning regulations
to improve pedestrian safety, create public amenities,
and improve pedestrian network connectivity.
• Ensure seamless connectivity from bus and rail-based
mass rapid transit stations to other modes, including
bus, para-transit, walking, and cycling.
Consensus reached on the following objectives:
Develop a Cycle Network Strategy
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Management of Road Space
and Travel Demand
OBJECTIVES
• Identify strategic changes to balance and intensify land
uses along major public transportation corridors.
• Implement a robust on-street parking management and
enforcement system.
• Identify reforms that can improve the efficiency of offstreet parking.
• Identify road pricing options for Chennai.
Consensus reached on implementing a robust on-street
parking management and enforcement system
• Creation of Special Purpose Vehicle – Chennai City
Parking Management Company
• Inventory of existing parking system
– Document supply (paid, unpaid, no parking, and unregulated)
– Document parking usage
• Detailed street mapping
• Detailed street design
• Financial model for SPV
– Parking revenue to escrow account
– CoC leads SPV formation and project implementation
– Revenue supports allied works (NMT and Bus improvement)
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CUMTA as an Agent of Change
in Chennai Metropolitan Area
OBJECTIVES
• CUMTA as a planning, monitoring, and coordinating body
• Develop robust institutional mechanisms to facilitate
interagency coordination.
• Develop CUMTA’s data collection and monitoring program
• Institutionalize performance-based transportation
planning and management.
• Develop a financing plan for transport Chennai.
• Communicate with the public and get their support for
sustainable transport initiatives.
CUMTA
BOARD
Resource
Mobilization
(Funding)
NMT
(Streets)
MMI
(Transit)
CUMTA Core Functions
(Proposed)
Data Analysis
& Reporting
Planning ,
Strategy &
Research
Funding &
Financing
Integration
Pilot Project
& Program
Mgt.
Communications
& Engagement
CUMTA
Action on Ground
NMT Subgroup:
Corporation of Chennai leadership
Footpaths on 330 Bus
Route Roads
(71 BRR in 2013-14)
Greenway Network
Cycle Sharing System
NMT Policy & Street
Design Standards
Parking Management
& Enforcement
Minimum zone widths (IRC)
Property entrances
1. Ending the footpath with
abrupt curbs is not acceptable
2. Lowering the entire footpath to
the level of the carriageway is
unacceptable as property entrances
may become waterlogged
3. Vehicle ramps should be provided in
the ‘furniture zone’ and not in the
‘pedestrian zone’
NMT Policy
For narrow ROWs, the
entire width should be
designed as a slow zone
On wider streets, a separate
slow zone is necessary
NMT Policy Vision
Chennai will be a city with a general sense of
well-being through the development of quality
and dignified environment where people are
free to walk and cycle; equitable allocation of
public space and infrastructure; and access to
opportunities and mobility for all residents.
NMT Policy Goals
• Improved access and mobility for all citizens
• Improve safety for all citizens
• Social and economic empowerment through the
provision of improved low-cost mobility.
• Equity through the provision of NMT facilities
that are safe to use for people of all ages, gender,
social and economic status, and physical ability.
• Reduced local and global environmental impact
of COC’s transport system through expanded use
of zero pollution modes.
Chennai
Cycle Sharing
• Provide easy first
and last mile
connectivity to
public transport.
• Encourage middle
class to start
using bicycles,
especially for
short trips.
300 m walksheds
Public Cycle Sharing System
A high quality public transport system based on
cycles available in a closely spaced network of
stations.
Key features
High quality cycles
Stations with automatic
docking units
Smart cards and RFID to track
users and cycles
Chennai
Cycle Sharing
• 158 cycle sharing
stations sited near:
– Rapid transit stations
– Commercial centres,
colleges, parks,
cultural destinations
– Areas without public
transport access
• 3 sizes:
– Large: 60 docks or
parking area
– Medium: 30 docks
– Small: 15 docks
• 3,090 cycles
Implementation costs
Capital costs
Annual operating costs
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Stations
Cycles
IT equipment
Redistribution vehicles
Software
Control centre
Website
@ Rs 80,000/cycle: Rs 24.7 cr
Redistribution
Cycle cleaning & repair
Station maintenance
IT: software + web
Customer service
Administration
@ Rs 10,000/cycle: Rs 3 cr
Parking Policy
Management & Enforcement
Chennai
Corporation
Parking SPV
Parking fee
collection:
Meter, Mobile
Non-payment
enforcement:
Clamping, Fine
Traffic Police
No parking zone
enforcement:
Clamping, Towing
No parking zone
enforcement:
issuing fines
IT-based fee collection system
User begins parking
event and pays fee to
Parking SPV.
On-street device
sends electronic
record of parking
event sent to Parking
SPV, COC.
GPRS
COC
PDAs
Parking SPV
GPRS
Cloud server
Meters
Parking event ends.
Account closed.
Information recorded
for each parking event:
• Parking start time
• Parking end time
• Registration number
• Type of vehicle
• Location
• Fee amount collected
MMI Subgroup:
Chennai Metro Rail (CMRL) Leadership
• MMI guidelines for all
metro and suburban
rail stations
– Physical
– Information
– Fare
• Detailed
Development Plans
(DDPs) for Station
Areas
Develop DDPs for Major Transportation Stations
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