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DELHI BRT SYSTEM ISO 9001 : 2008 ISO 14001 : 2004 BS OHSAS 18001 : 2007.

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1 DELHI BRT SYSTEM ISO 9001 : 2008 ISO : 2004 BS OHSAS : 2007

2 PREVIEW KEY FEATURES UPGRADES PERFORMANCE AUDITS LESSONS LEARNT FUTURE PLANS

3 KEY FEATURES

4 AMBEDKAR NAGAR TO DELHI GATE Corridor Detail Total Length14.5 Kms Road Right of Way35 – 50 Meters Number of Road Junctions17 Number of Bus Stations29 Bus Lanes2 X 3.3 M MV Lanes2 X 6.75 M NMV Lanes2 X 2.5 M Footpath2 X 1.5 M

5 TYPICAL CROSS SECTIONS AMBEDKAR NAGAR TO MOOLCHAND

6 Delhi BRT Dedicated Bus lane Open Bus Operation System Modern Low Floor CNG Buses

7 Bus shelters in Centre Level Boarding Disabled friendly Delhi BRT

8 Delhi BRT – Best Pedestrian Facilities in Delhi

9 Delh Delhi i BRT – Best Facilities for Cyclists in Delhi Delhi BRT – Best Facilities For Cyclists In Delhi

10 Delhi BRT – Statistics AVERAGE NUMBER OF BUSES PER DAY AVERAGE NUMBER OF PASSENGER PER DAY AVERAGE NUMBER OF CYCLISTS PER DAY – 6000 AVERAGE SPEED IN BUS LANE - 16 – 18 KMPH AVERAGE SPEED IN MV LANE - 12 –16 KMPH FOB USAGE AT AMBEDKAR NAGAR PER DAY FOB USAGE AT PUSHP VIHAR PER DAY

11 UPGRADES

12 Operation Control Centre (OCC) DIMTS has set up a Operations Control Centre To Monitor BRT Operations

13 Intelligent Signalling System First of its kind in India Commissioned at 18 junctions Three levels of intelligence Vehicle Actuated Radar optimizes signal cycle locally SCOOT algorithm optimized throughput over the network High resolution cameras record and display video System designed for 750 junctions – enough to cover entire city of Delhi

14 Automatic Vehicle Location System (AVLS) Advantages - Track any bus at any given time - Check buses for route deviation, unauthorised halts, skipping an authorised stop, overspeeding Total installation ̶ DTC – 3258 Buses ̶ Cluster Buses – 168 Buses PIS Boards : 500 Nos. ̶ Installation of boards in progress ̶ Display bus arrival at each bus que shelter

15 CYCLE STATIONS – KEY DETAILS No. of Bicycles50 (10 Cycles at each Station) No. of GreenBIKE Stations5 Stations Public Parking FacilitiesAvailable for 5 Bicycles No. of Registered Members80 No. of daily customers (average)50-60 No. of employees involoved15 (5 DIMTS + 10 Concessionarire) Average duration of trip (estimated) 2-3 hours Average bicycle occupancy / day1.23 Average Number of trips in a week Working Hours5:00 AM to 10:30 PM Fare Structure - First 4 hours - Each extra hour Rs. 10 Rs. 5

16 PERFORMANCE AUDITS

17 EVALUATION BY DARIO HIDALGO & MADHAV PAI IN 2009

18 Delhi BRT – Commuter Survey

19 Uiop uiuiuiopuiuiuuiuiouiuuiuiuiuuuuiuuiuiui\iuiuiuri The Bus Corridor has reduced the Average Travel Time of Bus Commuters by 35%. 19 2,078 3,186 Source: “Observations on the Bus Corridor in Delhi” - Dario Hidalgo, Submitted to the Center of Science and the Environment (February 2009) Delhi BRT – Impact on Average Travel Time

20 Delhi BRT – Average speeds Data Sources – study by Mr Dario. In Km/h

21 Delhi BRT – Passenger Movement Data Sources – study by Mr Dario. In Phpd

22 ROAD SAFETY AUDIT BY CONSIA DENMARK - OCT 2011 INADEQUATE MID BLOCK PEDESTRIAN CROSSING SEE THROUGH PROBLEM WITH SIGNAL HEADS OBSCURED LIGHTING AT PLACES OBSTACLES IN FOOTPATH & CYCLE LANE INAPPROPRIATE LOCATION OF MEDIANS

23 ISSUES AND CHALLENGES DEDICATED BUS LANE - OVERSPEEDING - OVERTAKING SIGNAL SYSTEM - QUE LENGTH - CYCLE TIMING INCIDENT MANAGEMENT - MINIMISE DISRUPTION - LIAISON WITH POLICE ENFORCEMENT - TWO WHEELERS IN CYCLE LANE - PARKING AND DUMPING CONSTRUCTION MATERIAL ON PEDESTRIAN PATH - KEEP HAWKERS IN CHECK - JAY WALKING

24 LESSONS LEARNT

25 INTEGRATE URBAN PLANNING PRESS ENCLAVE ROAD LEADS TO SHOPPING HUB, HOSPITALS, HOTELS, FAMILY COURT, TRANSPORT AUTHORITY THUS LEADING TO TRAFFIC JAMS ON THE BRT OPEN SYSTEM DIFFICULT TO MANAGE OPERATIONS IN AN OPEN SYSTEM PEDESTRIAN CROSSINGS PEDESTRIANS PREFER CROSSINGS AT GRADE. NUMBER OF FOBs HAVE BEEN CONSTRUCTED BUT THEIR UTILISATION REMAINS LOW ENFORCEMENT BUS LANE IN CENTRE OR KERBSIDE, OR AN ELEVATED BRT, ALL CAN BE SUCCESSFUL PROVIDED THERE IS WILL TO ENFORCE

26 FUTURE PLANS

27 BRT CORRIDORS – DPR UNDER PREPARATION BY DIMTS - BADARPUR – AIRPORT - DHAULA KUAN – CHHAWLA - MUKUNDPUR – KONDLI - KARKARI MOR – GOKULPURI - ISBT – DILSHAD GARDEN - KARAWAL NAGAR – CHILLA - MUNDKA – PUTHKHURD BRT CORRIDORS – DPR UNDER PREPARATIONS BY PWD - NARELA - AZADPUR - ISBT ANAND VIHAR – CANNAUGHT PLACE - ISBT KASHMERE GATE - MUNDKA - MUKUNDPUR – PALAM MOR - SARAI KALE KHAN – JOR BAGH - KIRBY PLACE – TILAK NAGAR - NATIONAL STADIUM - GHAZIPUR CYCLE SHARING BRT, Delhi University and JNU

28 CRRI REPORT HIGHLIGHTS 33 % INCREASE IN BUS MODAL SHARE SPEEDSAFETYCOMFORT COST CAR 35% 30% 64% 60% 2WHEELERS 55% 45% 58% 60% AUTO/TAXI 45% 20% 45% 60% SPEEDBRTS TRIAL BUS CAR

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