Inputs on Urban Infrastructure Development in India

Report
Inputs on Urban Infrastructure
Development in India
C K Khaitan
JS (Urban Transport)
29th Jan-2014
Ministry of Urban Development
Government of India
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Urban Growth
Urban population likely to
increase from present 377
million to 600 million
by 2030 & 900 million by
2050
53 Million Plus cities
Urban cities and towns
have increased from
5,161 in 2001 to 7,935
in 2011
2
Status of Urban Services in India
•
Drinking Water availability within the premises is 71.2%;
•
Only 32.7% of the urban population has access to piped sewer
system; and
•
Waste collection efficiency ranges between 70% and 90% in
major Metro cities.
Public Transport
City (Operational/under Implementation)
Organized City
Bus
More than 65 cities , >15000buses
sanctioned in 2009.
BRTS
Ahmedabad, Delhi, Indore, Bhopal, Jaipur,
Vijayawada, Visakhapatnam, Rajkot, Surat,
Hubli Dharwad, Naya Raipur
MRTS
Delhi, Kolkata, Bangalore*, Chennai*,
Hyderabad*, Jaipur*, Mumbai*
Source: Census 2011,India
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Projected Investment – High Powered Expert Committee
(Headed by: Dr. Isher Judge Ahluwalia)
(Figures in Cr.)
–Rs. 39.2 lakh crore
over 20 years (Rs
22.78
lakh cr for
Urban
roads
and
transport)
–Urban Transport Rs 22.78 lakh cr - 20
years
• Additional Rs 20 lakh crore for O&M of assets – old
and new
• Rs. 5.488 lakh crore for transport and traffic support
infrastructure.
JnNURM at a Glance
Duration
• From 2005-06 to 2011-12, extended up to March 2014
for completion of ongoing projects and achievement of
reforms
Coverage
• Around 765 Cities/Towns
Infra. Investment
• INR 80,725 crore (USD 13.4 Billion)*
Central Allocation
• INR 42,900 crore (USD 7.15 Billion)*
Projects
Reforms
• 1564 Sanctioned
• 634 Completed
• 78% achievement of 23 reforms
implemented
*$=60 INR
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Sector wise JnNURM Projects at a Glance
UIG
UIDSSMT
Number of
Projects
Approved Cost
(Amount Rs. In
Crore)
Number of
Projects
Approved
Cost
(Amount
Rs. In Crore)
Water Supply
182
22,330
526
11,110
Sewerage
116
15,269
109
3,960
Drainage
76
8,601
72
985
Solid Waste
Management
44
1,923
63
413
Roads & Flyovers
100
8,082
184
1,717
MRTS
23
5,408
-
-
65 Mission Cities
(18323 Buses)
7,585
70 Cities (4038
Buses)
1742
Others
43
2,458
26
118
Total
584
71,656
980
Sectors
Buses & Ancillary
Infrastructure
20,045 6
Sector wise % of funds sanctioned under UIG
Parking lots
and spaces
on PPP basis
1.04%
Development of
Heritage Areas
0.44%
Mass
Rapid
Solid Waste
Transport
Management
System
3.05%
7.55%
Other Urban Transport
1.14%
Preservation of
water bodies
0.21%
Buses
9.55%
Drainage /
Storm Water
Drains
10.69%
Roads /
Flyovers / RoB
10.21%
Sewerage
22.21%
Urban Renewal
0.59%
Water Supply
33.32%
Sector wise % of funds sanctioned under UIDSSMT
Preservation of Water
Bodies
0.22%
Urban Renewal
0.25%
Roads & Fly Overs
8.32%
Parking
0.002%
Preservation of Soil
Erosion
0.08%
Solid Waste Management
2.36%
Drainage
5.43%
Sewerage
19.53%
Water Supply
63.82%
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National Urban Transport Policy-2006
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India - Urban Transportation Scene
– Trip Rates are high (1.2/ person) and increasing (2/per capita)
– Motorization rates are high and rapid
– High number of two wheelers and bicycle fleet
– In 2006 organised city bus service existed in only 20 cities
– Poor Air Quality- GHG Emissions
– Road fatalities are very high
– Pedestrians and cyclists not included in planning and
implementation
– Basic facilities are missing (No paved roads/no drainage)
– In smaller cities, 3-Wheelers, Bicycles and walking are major
modes
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BUS funding Scheme – overview
Launched in 2009 for 65 cities
Number of cities benefited: 63
15260 buses sanctioned, around 14400 purchased
 Total project sanctioned :Rs. 4724 cr.
 Number of city specific SPVs formed: 28
 Dedicated Urban Transport Funds created: 17
 Unified Metropolitan Transport Authority (UMTA)
formed: 16
What We Were…
Public
Transport
System was neither
comfortable
nor
dependable.
What We Are.
BMTC 900mm Diesel
 Bring change in the perception for
bus based transport system
 Social uplift for ‘captive’ bus users
 Better options for ‘choice’ riders
 Public transport for ‘ALL’ – including
People With Disabilities
Uttarakhand 900mm Diesel
UPSRTC 400mm Diesel Non AC
Ujjain 900mm Diesel
Nagpur 900mm Diesel
West Bengal 900mm Diesel
Nanded Mini Bus Diesel
PMT 400mm CNG AC
Metro Rail Projects in India
 Total about Rs.135000 cr. worth Projects under implementation in
8 cities - Delhi, Mumbai, Jaipur, Kolkata, Bengaluru, Chennai,
Hyderabad, Kochi.
 Policy to provide Metro in all 2 million plus cities (Total 21 cities).
 Metro Rail Projects in pipe line are: Ludhiana, Lucknow, Pune,
Nagpur, Chandigarh etc.
 DPR under preparation: Bhubaneswar, Guwahati, Bhopal, Nagpur
etc.
BRTS Projects
 BRTS Projects (10 no.) : Ahmedabad, Bhopal, Indore, Jaipur,
Pune-Pimpri-Chinchwad,
Rajkot,
Surat,
Vijaywada,
Vishakhapatnam, and Kolkata under the JnNURM
 covering a total length of 487.82 km (approx.) at a total
estimated cost of Rs. 5211.06 crore.
 Ahmedabad phase I & Indore completed
 Under SUTP at Hubli Dharwad and Naya Raipur is in progress
 Under consideration are Amritsar and Bhubaneswar
Ministry of Urban Development
Government of India
www.moud.gov.in
Thank You

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