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KOLKATA EXPERIENCED A HIGH RATE OF POPULATION GROWTH FOR MORE THAN A CENTURY AGGRAVATED BY: PARTITIONING OF COUNTRY IN 1947. MASSIVE POPULATION INFLUXES.

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2 KOLKATA EXPERIENCED A HIGH RATE OF POPULATION GROWTH FOR MORE THAN A CENTURY AGGRAVATED BY: PARTITIONING OF COUNTRY IN 1947. MASSIVE POPULATION INFLUXES & WARFARE IN BANGLADESH IN THE EARLY 1970s LARGE NUMBER OF MIGRANTS FROM OTHER STATES MOSTLY FROM NEIGHBOURING BIHAR AND ORISSA AND EASTERN UTTAR PRADESH IN SEARCH OF EMPLOYMENT

3 1970 1975 1980 1985 1990 1995 2000 2005 POPULATION GROWTH IN KOLKATA 1970 - 2005 (FIG IN CRS.) 0.69 0.78 0.90 0.98 1.07 1.16 1.26 1.39

4 BRIEF HISTORY MASTER PLAN FOR 5 RAPID TRANSIT LINES DUM DUM – TOLLYGUNGE 16.45 Km TOLLYGUNGE – GARIA08.70 Km SALT LAKE – RAMRAJATALA17.10 Km DAKSHNESWAR – THAKURPUKUR26.70 Km DUM DUM - BARRACKPORE 15.50 Km

5 NORTH-SOUTH AXIS i.e. DUM DUM TO TOLLYGUNGE 16.45 KMS. BEING THE BUSIEST CORRIDOR, WAS SANCTIONED ON 1-6-1972.

6 COMMERCIAL RUNNING OF INDIA’S FIRST METRO COMMENCED BETWEEN ESPLANADE AND BHOWANIPUR (NOW NETAJI BHAVAN) ON 24-10-1984. THEREAFTER DIFFERENT SECTIONS OPENED PROGRESSIVELY.

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9 TIMINGS OF SERVICE MONDAY TO FRIDAYSATURDAY & HOLIDAY TimeFrequencyTimeFrequency 0700-0730 15 min0700-0830 15 min 0730-0900 10 min0830-1930 10 min 0900-1134 7 min1930-2145 15 min 1134-1150 8 min 1150-165010 min 1650- 1930 8 min 1930-2100 10 min 2100-2145 15 min SUNDAY 196 SERVICES1400-2145 15 min ON ALL DAYS THE LAST TRAINS LEAVE AT 2145 FROM BOTH ENDS

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11 MULTI RIDE (w.e.f. 26 th JAN 2003 ) LIMITED/EXTENDED MULTI RIDE 30/40 RIDES 55/80 RIDES (1 Month) ( 3 Months) DISCOUNT OF 30% TO 37% OVER SINGLE JOURNEY FARE.

12 ZONE-II ZONE-III 0-5 5-10 10-16.45 kms. ZONE-I

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14 Train Services FromNos 01-04-2000142 26-06-2000146 26-12-2000152 01-02-2001164 14-05-2001170 03-09-2001180 18-03-2002186 01-03-2005190 15-05-2006196

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17 Passenger Distribution (Type of Ticket) Single Fare MMR LMR EMR (2005-06)

18 EARNINGS (Rs. in Crs.) 01-02 02-03 03-04 04-05* Passenger 34.25 34.6938.54 19.79 Sundry 4.92 3.70 3.88 1.92 Gross 39.17 38.3942.42 21.71 Safety S/C 3.61 7.19 7.47 3.77 * Up to September

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20 Energy Consumption (Traction 70%, Non traction 30 %, Sp. Energy 70 Unit/GTKM) YearUnit Consumed Cost 99-0063.5027.81 00-0171.4029.77 01-0272.2529.39 02-0367.7932.77 03-0465.4833.10 04-0567.4731.49 05-0666.5825.36

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22 NET LOSS IN OPERATIONS (Rs. in Crores) YEAR ORD. WORKING GROSSSafety NET LOSS EXPENSESEARNINGS S/C (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) = (2)-(3)-(4) 2001-02 91.1839.17 3.61 48.40 2002-03 88.3038.39 7.22 42.69 2003-04 90.77 42.42 7.47 40.88

23 Should Safety S/C continue on Metro Railway or merged with Passenger Fare? Total Safety S/C collected * = Rs.22.07 Crs. Total cost of works sanc. = Rs. 9.00 Crs. against SRSF on Metro Rly Thus cost of SRSF work already recovered. * upto 30-09-04

24 97-98 98-99 99-00 00-01 01-02 02-03 03-04 EARNINGS SAFETY S/C ORD. WORKING EXP 29 42 49 52 4843 41 Figures in white circles indicate Net Loss

25 EXPENDITURE FOR 2003-04 (Rs. in Crores) STAFF33.53 ENERGY (Non Traction)23.29 ENERGY (Traction) 9.70 CONTRACTUAL16.23 STORES 4.73 MISC. 3.29

26 EXPENDITURE (approx.) FOR 2005-06 (Graphical)

27 REDUCTION IN STAFF STRENGTH Operated Strength3509 as on 31-3-01 Operated Strength3316 as on 31-3-04 Reduction = 3509–3316 = 193 or 5.5%

28 RELIABILITY YEAR FIGURES 1999-0083.24% 2000-0197.05% 2001-0297.90% 2002-0398.14% 2003-0498.05% 2004-05 98.05% 2005-0699.38%

29 PUNCTUALITY YEARFIGURES 1999-200097.47% 2000-200199.16% 2001-200299.04% 2002-200399.27% 2003-200499.18% 2004-2005 99.28% 2005-0699.26%

30 AIR CONDITIONING AND VENTILATION CLEAN AIR THROUGH AIR WASHERY 4 NOS. STATION INTAKE & 2 NOS. TUNNEL INTAKE FANS/STN. 2 NOS. STATION EXHAUST FAN(25 m³/Sec) 2 NOS. MID POINT EXHAUST FAN (100 m³/Sec) NO. OF CHANGES PER HOUR = 12 MIN. 360 TR CAPACITY/STN., MAX. 900 TR CLEAN AND COOL AIR AT 29 DEGREE AT PLATFORM

31 TICKETING & GATE EQUIPMENT Ticket Operating M/c148 Gates202 SMS (Computerised) 17

32 ROLLING STOCK TYPE OF RAKE-2 (NGEF & BHEL) NO. OF RAKES-18 RAKES AVAILABLE-17+1* RAKES REQD. FOR SERVICE12+1 NO. OF COACHES-8 per rake *One for POH

33 TRAINS RUN YEAR NO. 1999-00 38455 2000-01 46060 2001-02 53801 2002-03 58143 2003-04 58630 2004-0559194 2005-0660262

34 SAFETY ASPECTS R. S. FAILURE LEADING TO LOP/CANCELLATION YEARNO. % 1999-004031.05 2000-011470.32 2001-021760.33 2002-031000.17 2003-041510.26 2004-051540.26 2005-06970.16 % is no. of failures per 100 trains

35 SAFETY ASPECTS (Contd..) NO. OF EQUIPMENT FAILURES YEARS&TRail Fracture 1999-00986 2 2000-01414 1 2001-02437 5 2002-03294 1 2003-04 261 8

36 SAFETY ASPECTS (Contd..) No accident since April 1997 No accident inquiry/DAR case pending JAG Standing Committee – Qly. Review Follow up action by Dy.COM & higher officers

37 SAFETY ASPECTS (Contd..) Recommendation of RSRC Recommendation of Disaster Management High Level Committee Corporate Safety Action Plan(2003- 2013) – Continuous Automatic Train Control (CATC)

38 SAFETY ASPECTS (Contd..) CATC – Commissioned - May 2002 DMI–BEL & MDI–TOL Remaining Section BEL-MDI clubbed with TOL-New Garia EOI bids short listed T.D. Tech. Bid opening 16-8-04 Approx. cost = Rs.50 Crores

39 SAFETY AGAINST FIRE Fire fighting facilities.  2 Fire Tenders of 600 and 450 gallons capacity at Noapara.  1 Fire Tender of 600 gallons capacity at Tollygunge.  57 Fireman deployed round the clock.  Static Fire Station at Metro Rail Bhavan.  Water Pipe line along P-Way track.  Fire hydrants from Tollygunge to Dum Dum along both UP & DN track 100 meters apart – inter distance is 50 meters.

40  Water tanks for supplying water to Fire hydrants at every stations.  Fire extinguishers, Fire alarms and AFX machines (Automatic Fire Extinguishers) at all stations, electric substations and signal stations.  2 hosepipes each 15 meters long and 5 breathing apparatus units at each stations.  8 fire buckets containing water and sand at each stations.  8 fire resistance suits at Mobile Fire stations for Fire staff.

41  A Close Circuit Television Surveillance System - at stations and Central Control for tackling emergency situations.  AFC & PC System- for making the gates free for emergency evacuation.  Power Change-Over Switch - in SMS pane at Block stations.  Booking office, AFC & PC gates and SMS – emergency power supply.  Radio Communication - Motorman and the Central Control.  Emergency Telephone -Motorman and the Central Control.

42  Facilities available in Trains.  First Aid Box.  Fire Extinguishers.  Emergency Door Key( for detrainment of passengers through front door).  Door Key( for locking of defective door).  Torch Light (with dry cells).  Motorman’s Tool Kit.  Door operating facility from either end.

43  Passenger Alarm indication.  Shorting cable for earthing of Third Rail.  Train Radio Communication.  Telephone with cable for tunnel emergency circuit.  Train PA system.  Equipment for recorded announcement.  Bell code communication facility for communication between Motormen.

44 7. Security arrangements available.  85 RPF and 77 MRP staff- for looking after security aspects round the clock.  A Close Circuit Television Surveillance System - with Shift-in-Charge and also with Central Control.  Animated audio-visual films-unclaimed objects –passenger education.

45  All stations - no smoking zones.  Violators punishable with Rs.250/- as penalty.  In 2004-05(up to Sept.04) 720 persons penalized.  National Security Guard, New Delhi -mock-drill.  40 Door Frame Metal Detectors (DFMD) and 70 Hand Held Metal Detectors to detect any act of sabotage.

46 SMART CARD Phase I-68 Gates to be converted Magnetic Strip Card Tickets Token / Smart Card ATSIL in collab. with S. Korean Co. Cost : Rs.3.42 Crores T.D. December 2004 If successful, more AFC gates

47 WORKS IN PROGRESS

48 EXTENSION OF METRO RAILWAY FROM TOLLYGUNGE TO GARIA YEAR OF SANCTION - 1999-2000 ESTIMATED COST OF PROJECT - 907 Crs. TOTAL LENGTH - 8.70 KM. LENGTH OVER TOLLY’S NULLAH - 6.8 Kms. NO. OF STATIONS - 6 (5 elevated)

49 EXPENDITURE ON TOLLYGUNGE-GARIA EXTENSION EXP. UPTO MARCH/03 111 Cr. Exp. During 2003-2004 55 Cr. EXP. UPTO MAR/04 176 Cr. SINCE COMMENCEMENT EXP. IN 2004-05 * 23.71 Cr. * Upto Sept.

50 CONSTRAINTS IRRIGATION DEPTT. STIPULATED THAT NO WORK ON NULLAH CAN BE DONE BETWEEN 15 TH JUNE TO 15 TH OCTOBER EVERY YEAR. WBPCB NOT ALLOWING LINER DRIVING WORKS FOR PILE FOUNDATION BETWEEN 9 P.M. TO 6 AM. SEWAGE FROM ADJOINING COLONIES FLOWING INTO CONSTRICTED NULLAH AFFECTING FOUNDATION WORK.

51 PROGRESS FOUNDATION AND SUB-STRUCTURE WORK IN CS-1 COMPLETED MORE THAN 76% OF SUB-STRUCTURE COMPLETED 1 ST SUPER STRUCTURE CONTRACT AWARDED & WORK IN PROGRESS. 2 ND & 3 rd SUPER STRUCTURE CONTRACT AWARDED

52 CIRCULAR RAILWAY EXTENSIONS ( INCLUDING ELECTRIFICATION) * PRINSEPGHAT TO MAJERHAT *DUM DUM CANTONMENT TO N.S.C. BOSE AIRPORT *ULTADANGA TO RAJERHAT (PH-I UPTO LAKE TOWN) *EXP. UPTO 2003-04 104.52 Crs.

53 PRINSEPGHAT TO MAJERHAT SANCTIONED ON 1999-2000 TOTAL PROJECT COSTRs. 118 Crs. COMPLETION TARGETDEC 2004 TOTAL LENGTH5.8 KMS.

54 PRINSEPGHAT – MAJERHAT ALL CONTRACTS FOR FOUNDATION & SUB- STRUCTURE INCLUDING RAMPS AT BOTH ENDS AWARDED AND WORK IN PROGRESS PROGRESS* RAMP AT PRINSEPGHAT END 100% RAMP AT MAJERHAT END 100% PILE FOUNDATION & SUB-STRUCTURE 100% SUPERSTRUCTURE 100% STATION BUILDINGS 60% * Upto Sept. 2004

55 DUM DUM CANT. TO N.S.C. BOSE AIRPORT SANCTIONED ON-2000-2001 PROJECT COST-Rs 112 Crs. COMPLETION TARGET-FEB. 2005 TOTAL LENGTH-3.8 KMS.

56 DUM DUM CANT. TO N.S.C. BOSE AIRPORT PROGRESS* RAMP AT DUM DUM CANT. END 100% SUB-STRUCTURE 98% SUPERSTUCTURE 63% * Upto Sept. 2004

57 ULTADANGA TO LAKE TOWN(2.5 Km.) SANCTIONED AS MATERIAL MODIFICATION TO CIRCULAR RAILWAY PROJECT @ RS. 49.50 CRS. TAKE OFF FROM CHITPUR YARD TO BE DECIDED BY EASTERN RAILWAY PART ALIGNMENT RUNS ALONG PROPOSED EAST-WEST METRO DIFFERENT VIEWS IN STATE GOVT

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