Presentation on theme: "Govt of Karnataka and Bangalore Airport Rail Link Ltd Welcome Distinguished members For Pre-Application Conference On 30.05.2009 13 June 2014Slide 1."— Presentation transcript:
Govt of Karnataka and Bangalore Airport Rail Link Ltd Welcome Distinguished members For Pre-Application Conference On June 2014Slide 1
MG ROAD CAT – KM HEBBAL – KM YELAHANKA – KM DEVANHALLI AIRPORT – KM HSRL Alignment
Mono Rail/LRT system Metro Phase 2 & 3 Metro Phase I BRT System Commuter Rail CTTS for Bangalore Core Ring Road Outer Ring Road Periph eral Ring Road Airpor t Link
Route Alignment Cubbon Road Raj Bhawan Road, Chowdiah Road, Railway over bridge near windsor manor, Bellary Road, Mekhri Circle Hebbal flyover (Elevated HSRL crosses over on the right side) After Hebbal, the alignment follows the right side divider of NH-7.
Route Alignment (Contd.) Hebbal Station at 8.9 km Yelahanka station at km 15.4 Airport Total length Km
Why A High Speed Rail Link? NH-7 – 3 lane one way with 11 signals; already dense No environmental pollution Seamless Integration with Metro & Mono Traffic Hubs at Hebbal & Yelahanka Project Externality Rs 175 cr/ Km Connects twin Cities- Bangalore City & Airport City(BIAL, DBP, AERO City, SEZ- over 5 lakh workers) Assured journey to the airport in 25 minutes From Hebbal flyover- 18 minutes Check-in at CBD & Hebbal.
Ridership Estimated Air Traffic at the new Airport Per annum 19.3 Mn40.1 Mn 50.20Mn Per day Rail passengers per day Design Phpdt Air passengers Visitors to the Airport Airport Employees Aero City workers TOTAL
Technical Parameters Gauge - Standard Guage (1435 mm) Track -Ballastless Minimum Radius -1000m(Exceptional – 500m) Maximum gradiant-2% No. of stations-4 Traction-25 kV overhead
Technical Parameters (Contd.) Line fully elevated Generally on single column located on the median of road, carrying both the tracks Beyond Hebbal, on the right side of the main carriageway. Signalling-Automatic Train Protection, Cab signalling.
Salient features of the Train Each train consists of 6 coaches Every coach will have space for accompanying baggage 80% passengers will travel seated, 20% standing. Trains will be fully air-conditioned and vestibuled with PA system & passenger information display. Maximum speed 160 kmph, maximum operating speed 145 Kmph and commercial speed will be 85 Kmph. Number of trains set proposed – 10 Nos. initially. To start with, train frequency will be 10 minutes. This can be later reduced to 8 minutes, to 6 minutes and 3 minutes.
LAND REQUIREMENT( hectares) 1. Government land: BBMP land : 0.96 Other Govt. land : Private land: NHAI lands : 8.61 Other Private land :44.19 Total Permanent Land :65.96
PROJECT COST* CostRs. in Crores Current Cost (June 2007) Completion Cost ( ) * Excluding cost of Govt. land.
FINANCIAL VIABILITY Fare Box Revenue Sl. No. StationsFare (In Rs.) 1.From CAT to International Airport200 2From Hebbal to International Airport 150 3From Yelahanka to International Airport 100
FINANCIAL VIABILITY (Contd..) IRR with 20% VGF Project15.05% Equity17.32% NPV ( Rs. in Crores) 2372
HSRL Revenues Rs. in Crores Rev. Comp. I Yr. ( ) 5 th Yr10 th Yr15 th Yr20 th Yr25 th Yr27 th Yr ( ) Fare Box Property Devpt Advt Int. on Cum. Cash Total
Sl No ScenarioProject IRR(%) Equity IRR(%) NPV( Cr) 75% % escalation of fare (every 2 years) % Cost Escaltion Without land cost % Cost of Debt Sensitivity Analysis
HIGH SPEED TRAIN
City Terminals Two city terminals have been planned where air passengers can check-in and take boarding passes. At the Police Parade Ground near M.G. Road. Near Hebbal flyover on the right side of NH-7. Cubbon Road CAT- integration with M.G. Road Metro station parking facilities for over 1700 cars Operational control centre Hebbal station- parking facilities Integrate with bus terminal.
PROJECT SCHEDULE ActivityDate Expression of Interest Submission of RFQ Shortlisting of bidders Invitation of RFP Receipt of RFP GOK Approval GOI Approval LOA Concession Agreement Financial Closure