This route Carries Heavy Mining and Industrial Traffic. A large number of lime, cement and chemical Industries nearly more than 100 are situated on this road. Besides this a large number lime stone quarries are also situated in the surroundings of this Road. The road caters for raw and finished lime product transportation. The area is agriculturally rich and improvement of this road will reduce the operation and maintenance cost of vehicles plying over this road. Necessity of The Project
Development of the road as two laning with paved shoulder or earthen shoulder. Determining technical feasibility & financial viability. Development & Construction of project highway with project facilities, enhanced safety & Level of services. To ensure minimum adverse impact on local population, road users & environment. Phased development of project highway for improving its financial viability with minimum inconvenience to traffic if additional work are undertaken within 7 years. Study Objective
Work Done Till Date
Reconnaissance Survey Completed Mobilization of Staff 7 Days Traffic demand assessment and classified Traffic Volume count work completed, Intersection volume count completed, Pedestrian crossing completed. Axle load Spectrum completed. Topographic, Alignment and Land use survey completed for 70km of project road. Bridge & road condition survey completed. Geotech, material, hydrology, drainage survey in progress Inspection of available records completed. Land Plan survey under preparation. Environment and social impact study in progress. Work Done Till Date
Key Date No.Description of DeliverablesWeek No. KD1Submission of Inception Report1 KD2Submission of Draft Detailed Project Report, Bidding Documents and land acquisition report 4 KD3Approval of Final Detailed Project Report and Bidding Documents 6 KD4Submission of required project clearances from the concerned agencies 8 KD5Completion of project104 Time Schedule for Submission
Project Road is Road from Gotan to Sojat Via Pundlu – Borunda Project Road is having total length of 93 Kms. Project Road length is 23 KM in district Nagour. Project Road length is 58 KM in district Jodhpur & 12 KM in Pali Existing ROW 12 – 15 M15 – 20 M 13 KM80 KM Project Description
Predominant land use is agriculture. Structures are generally in good condition. Minor bridges and pipe culverts shall have to be reconstructed / widened. Flush Causeways will be replaced by Culverts. Bypass at Ransigaon-Hariadhana and pundlu are proposed. Construction of CC road in Borunda mining area and other water logged village portions. KMCity / Village Name 0Gotan 16Pundlu 28Borunda 36Haria Dhana 41Ransigaon 61Kharia Meethapur 63Bilara Project Road passes through town villages as below : Project Description contd..
FeaturesDetail Road Length (in KM) 93Km + 7.0km Extended loop to Khejarla + 6.0km Bypasses Geometrical Improvement of road 107 Km Intersection11 Minor Bridge2 Causeway / Culverts49 Road Condition Fair38 Km Poor50 Km Kuccha / damaged5 KM Physical Features
Formation Width Various from 10 M to 12 M Carriageway Width KM 0/0 – 22/0 5.5 M KM 22/0 – 26/0Kuccha/Damaged KM 26/0 – 45/03.75 M KM 45/0 – 53/05.5 M KM 53/0 – 62/03.75 M KM 62/0 – 63/07 M KM 63/0 – 93/05.5 M Crust Thickness WBM-150 MM GSB-300 MM to 230 MM B.T.-20mm PMC CBR 10.0% Physical Features contd..
The alignment passes through village Gotan- Pundlu-Borunda-Hariadhana-Ransigaon-Murkasni- Jhaak-Khariameethapur-Bilara-Barna and Atpada. Bypass is proposed at Ransigaon. Road Geometrics Improvement proposed near village Pundlu and at road from Pundlu to Borunda. ALIGNMENT THROUGH TOWN/VILLAGES
S. No.Traffic Count StationsLocation 1KM 1 – TVC – IJust after Gotan Town area 2KM 20 – TVC IIPundlu 3KM 45 – TVC IIIRansigaon 4KM 45 – TVC IVKhejrla 5KM 65 – TVC – VBilara Town Traffic Data Collection
VehiclesADT Equiva- lent PCU Factor PCU Two Wheeler Auto Rickshaw717 Car/Jeep/ Taxi2901 Buses25375 Truck < 5 Tonne20360 Truck > 5 Tonne Multi Axle Truck/ Trailer Tractor Excluding Agriculture Produce Tractor with Agriculture Produce Cycle Other/ Bullock Cart Gotan to Borunda
VehiclesADT Equiva- lent PCU Factor PCU Two Wheeler Auto Rickshaw 1001 Car/Jeep/ Taxi 3901 Buses Truck < 5 Tonne Truck > 5 Tonne Multi Axle Truck/ Trailer Tractor Excluding Agriculture Produce Tractor with Agriculture Produce Cycle Other/ Bullock Cart Borunda to Khariameethapur
VehiclesADT Equiva- lent PCU Factor PCU Two Wheeler Auto Rickshaw 401 Car/Jeep/ Taxi 1721 Buses Truck < 5 Tonne 5315 Truck > 5 Tonne Multi Axle Truck/ Trailer Tractor Excluding Agriculture Produce Tractor with Agriculture Produce Cycle Other/ Bullock Cart Khejarla to Khariameethapur
VehiclesADT Equiva- lent PCU Factor PCU Two Wheeler Auto Rickshaw 1671 Car/Jeep/ Taxi 5331 Buses Truck < 5 Tonne Truck > 5 Tonne Multi Axle Truck/ Trailer Tractor Excluding Agriculture Produce Tractor with Agriculture Produce Cycle Other/ Bullock Cart Bilara to Sojat
As per IRC-37: % increase in traffic per Annum As per Model Concession Agreement 6% increase in traffic per Annum For pavement design : CBR : 10% VDF : BUS1.5 Truck3.5 LCV1.5 Hence for crust design purposes as per IRC-37:2001 S.No.SectionMSA Total Pavement Thickness BCDBMWMMGSB 1.CBR 10% Traffic Projections
Capacity PCU/Day (Level of Services – B) PCU/Day (Level of Services – C) Two Lane with 1.5m earthen shoulder Two Lane with 1.5m paved shoulder Lane Capacity Standards
Laning Requirement S. No. SECTION PCU 2010 PCU 2012 PCU 2017 PCU 2022 PCU 2027 PCU Gotan to Borunda Borunda to Khariameethapur Khejarla to Khariameethapur Bilara to Sojat Capacity of 2 lane with earthen shoulder exhausting in year 2023 in respect of Borunda to Khariameethapur, in year 2025 in respect Bilara to Sojat and year 2030 in respect to reach from Gotan to Borunda hence to two lane with paved Shoulder will be required.
Design Standard for 2 Lane with Paved Shoulder S No.Design ElementUnit Proposed Design Standard as per the contract 1Design Speed Ruling KM/h100 Minimum KM/h80 2Number of traffic lanes No.2 3Width of each lane carriageway m3.5 4Shoulder width Hard m1.5 Earthen m1.0 5Cross fall Carriageway %2.5 Earthen Shoulder %4.0 6Embankment Slope (H:V) 2:01 7Sight Distance Desirable m250 Absolute Minimum m180
8 Horizontal Curves Maximum Super Elevation %5.0 Ruling minimum radius m500 Absolute Minimum radius m360 Radius beyond which super elevation is not required m Transition Curve Length m V3/ CR where V= design speed, R= radius of curve 10 Vertical Alignment Ruling Gradient %2.0 Maximum Gradient %2.5 Minimum Length of Vertical Curve m60 S No.Design ElementUnit Proposed Design Standard as per the contract
Toll Station No.Location Tollable Length 1Km 1 (At Gotan)28 Km 2Km 35 (At Borunda)35 Km 3Km 60 (At Khariameethapur)27 Km 4Km 70 (At Bilara)30 Km 5Km 93 (At Sojat) Location of Proposed Toll Plazas
Cross Section of Road
Cost Estimate ParticularsAmount (in lacs) AConstruction of Road (I)BT Road (II)CC Road Total of A BCost for CD work CUtility Shifting50.00 DCost for Toll Plazas (5 nos) ECost for Truck Lay Byes25.00 FCost for Bus Shelters L-S25.00 Base cost of A to F Land 5% Escalation for the 2nd 10% (Without LA) % (Without LA) % (Without LA) Quality 1% (Without LA) Guarantee Commission to State Govt. (Without LA) Sub Total A&S Charges Application fee and front end fee67.17 IDCP Total Cost of Project
For Toll Realisation following exemption have been made Type of Traffic Percentage assumed excluding daily passes Presumed Tollable Traffic in % of Colume 2 Net Tollable Traffic 1234 Tractors Cars % Jeeps Buses Trucks < 5 T Trucks > 5 T Multi Axle Trucks Toll Realisation Of the net Tollable Traffic 85% Toll realisation has been assumed in the project viability calculation.
Project Cost Lac Construction Period2 Year Toll Collection Period18 Years 2 Months Concession Period20 Years 2 Months Project Cost Repayment