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6/8 Laning of Existing NH-4B(A1-E Section from Km. 3.600 to Km. 27.270, D-G Section From Km. 0.000 to Km. 4.492), NH-348 (Previous SH-54(From Km. 5.300.

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Presentation on theme: "6/8 Laning of Existing NH-4B(A1-E Section from Km. 3.600 to Km. 27.270, D-G Section From Km. 0.000 to Km. 4.492), NH-348 (Previous SH-54(From Km. 5.300."— Presentation transcript:

1 6/8 Laning of Existing NH-4B(A1-E Section from Km to Km , D-G Section From Km to Km ), NH-348 (Previous SH-54(From Km to Km ) and Amra Marg (From Km to Km )) on the boundaries of proposed Navi Mumbai International Airport and connectivity to JNPT in the State of Maharashtra on EPC mode. MUMBAI JNPT PORT ROAD COMPANY LIMITED AN SPV OF NATIONAL HIGHWAYS AUTHORITY OF INDIA (Ministry of Road Transport & Highways) Government of India 1

2 2 PROJECT LAYOUT Proposed 4 th LNG Terminal Proposed Navi Mumbai Airport

3  The project of connectivity to JNPT has been executed under Port Connectivity programme approved by the Cabinet.  The Cabinet in its meeting on approved implementation of 1000 km under Port Connectivity to 12 major Ports of the country on BOT basis. The Cess receipt was not to be expended on these Projects and therefore this was to be executed on NHAI / SPV basis.  Mumbai Jawaharlal Nehru Port is one of the 12 major Port for which Port Connectivity Project was to be implemented on the SPV basis.  Accordingly, Mumbai JNPT Port Road Company Limited (MJPRCL) SPV was formed on comprising 3 stakeholders (i) NHAI, (ii) Jawaharlal Nehru Port Trust (JNPT) and (iii) City and Industrial Development Corporation of Maharashtra Limited (CIDCO) having equity share of 66.45%, 27.39% and 6.16% respectively. This SPV took up the construction of connectivity to JNPT Port in The Project was implemented in Packages-I including 4 lane of NH-4B in km, a small portion of NH-4 in 3.5 km, 10 km of SH-54 and 6 km of Amra Marg, it also included construction of six lane Panvel Creek Bridge Project. The work of Package-I was completed in August, 2005 and the work of Package-II was completed in December, The Toll Collection is in operation at three Toll Plaza locations two on NH-4B and one on SH-54. The receipts from revenue are credited to the SPV. Project Background 3

4 Traffic Forecast 4 SectionDescription Traffic (PCU) Growth Rate = 5% Traffic (PCU) Growth Rate = 14.1% (Due to proposed 4th Container Terminal of JNPT) A1 - D Traffic Volume Count Airport--- Total SH - 54 Traffic Volume Count Airport--- Total D - G Traffic Volume Count Airport Growth Rate = 5% Total D - E Traffic Volume Count Sion - Panvel Growth Rate = 5% Airport--- Total Amra Marg Traffic Volume Count Sion - Panvel Growth Rate = 5% Airport Growth Rate = 5% Total

5 Mumbai Jawaharlal Nehru Port Road Company Ltd (MJPRCL) proposed widening of NH-4B, SH 54 & Amra Marg from 4-lane to 6/8-lane configuration to tackle increased traffic to /from JNPT. The project stretches are located on the boundaries of proposed Navi Mumbai International Airport and would increase in the traffic demand. The primary aim of the project is to develop a facility for efficient and uninterrupted flow of vehicular traffic. The capacity of four lane as per level of service B is 40,000 PCUs and for level of service C is 60,000 PCUs. The existing road sections are 4-lane configuration having capacity of about 40,000-46,000 PCUs. In addition to the above, substantial increase in traffic is expected due to capacity augmentation of JNPT from 4.3 million TEUs/annum (Twenty Seat Equivalent) to 10.9 million TEUs/annum due to implementation of their 4th terminal in 2016 and upcoming Navi Mumbai International Airport having planned capacity of 62 million passengers per year in Additionally, due to improved connectivity of project roads and development of Sion-Panvel highway to 14 lanes, additional traffic is expected to get diverted to the project roads. The present traffic volume is in the range of 83,000-1,18,000 PCUs as such 6 laning of km and 8 laning of is proposed. Project Necessity 5

6 Project consists of following road stretches 6 Sr. No. Road Name/No. From (km) To (km) Length (kms) Widening Present Traffic (2014) Projected Traffic (2024) 1.NH-4B (AI-E) to 6 lane km to 8 lane km NH – 4B (D- G) to 8 lane NH-348 (Previous SH-54) to 6 lane NH-348 (Previous Amra Marg) to 8 lane

7 7 Layout of EPC Packages

8 8 Project Layout Package-1

9 9 Proposed Salient Features

10 10 At present NH-4B is intersecting NH-348 (Previous SH-54) at km of NH-4B. Now it is proposed to provide a grade separated structure in the form of interchange. The improvement proposed includes. NH-4B (from Km to Km ) NH-348 (from Km to Km ) (i)NH-348 is proposed to be raised and NH-4B will be at grade. (ii)On NH-4B there are two existing ROBs, one of the ROBs on NH-4B towards Panvel side at Km is proposed to be retained and by the side of this, one 4 lane new ROB is to be constructed. (iii)On NH-4B towards JNPT side the existing ROB is proposed to be abandoned and dismantled on account of Dedicated Freight Corridor proposed on the existing railway line where vertical clearance requirement is more (8m) than the present vertical clearance (5.5m). Therefore, at this location 8 lane new ROB is proposed. (iv)The approach roads on NH-4B are proposed as8-lane and on NH-348 are 6-lane. The approach roads are proposed as flexible pavement. It is reported that the approach roads are on high embankment and likely to experience settlement and therefore concrete pavement should be avoided. Improvement Proposal Package-1

11 Proposed Structures 11 Sr. No.Location of structure Length (m) Total Width of Structure (m) Area of Structures (Sq.m.) Type of Structures Karal Phata Interchange plus RoB 1 Km of NH-348 (old SH-54) Interchange Proper 2 Ramp Viaduct 3 Loop Viaduct 4 Loop Viaduct 5 Loop Viaduct 6 Loop Viaduct 7 Km NH-4B (LHS) ROB 8 Km NH-4B (LHS) Viaduct 9 Km NH-4B (LHS) ROB 10 Km NH-4B (LHS) Viaduct 11 Km NH-4B (RHS) ROB 12 Km NH-4B (RHS) Viaduct 13 ROB- on Ramp ROB 14 ROB- on Ramp Viaduct Connection to proposed 4th Terminal of JNPT 1Ramp Viaduct 2Ramp Viaduct Total Package-1

12 Widening Scheme of Road, Pavement and Structure Presently the project road is having 4-lane divided carriageway configuration. In general, Pavement type for both carriageway (2 lanes) is bituminous. Existing carriageway with bituminous pavement is proposed to be widened with bituminous pavement. 12 Pavement Composition Composition for Main Carriageway with Flexible Pavement (New Construction) is as follows:- BC:- 50 mm DBM:- 165 mm WMM:- 250 mm GSB:- 250 mm Subgrade:- 500 mm Composition for Main Carriageway with Flexible Pavement (Overlay) is as follows:- BC:- 50 mm Package-1

13 13 Sr. No.ItemsUnitQuantityRateAmount AROAD WORKS 1 EACH INDIVISUAL CROSS SECTION (TCS1, TCS2, ETC) Karalphata Interchange iNH 4B (LHS)Km ,695,89049,534,136 iiNH 4B (RHS)Km ,584,71628,891,688 iiiSH 54Km ,764,72059,931,840 ivLoop 1Km ,484,88310,038,457 vLoop 2Km ,818,25713,261,369 viLoop 3Km ,775,32813,884,052 viiLoop 4Km ,363,54011,785,897 viiRamp 1Km ,785,17223,933,687 ixRamp 2Km ,624,18528,713,432 xRamp 3Km ,113,00911,096,137 xiRamp 4Km ,691,698 Total Length 6.29 Connectivity to Proposed 4th Terminal of JNPT iNew 2 lane Realignment Karal bridge Bypass rd ( road 2)KM1.50 iiRoad 2 to prop 4th terminal -resurfacing Exi. RoadKM1.10 iiiRamp 3 roadKM0.25 ivRamp 1 roadKM0.25 vNew 8 lane divided roadKM0.855 viNew 4 lane divided roadKM1.19 Total Length ,209,809392,099,467 BBRIDGES AND STRUCTURES 2 MAJOR BRIDGES No000 3 MINOR BRIDGES No000 4 ROB Karalphata Interchange iROB-1 on NH-4B (RHS) R&RM63530,41319,311,945 iiROB-1 on NH-4B (LHS)M635841,028534,052,909 iiiROB-2 on NH-4B (LHS)M894841,028752,257,676 ivROB-2 on NH-4B (RHS)M828841,028696,287,249 vROB on SH-4M8911,494,1511,331,288,304 viROB on Ramp-3M318443,381141,075,032 Project Cost Summary Package-1

14 14 Sr. NoItemsUnitQuantityRateAmount 5 FLYOVER / VIADUCT Karalphata Interchange iROB on Ramp-1M267376,477100,451,461 iiLOOP-1M ,926115,671,755 iiiLOOP-2M ,188121,564,573 ivLOOP-3M ,61576,738,437 vLOOP-4M ,799145,993,389 Connectivity to Proposed 4th Terminal of JNPT iRamp-1 with approachM528414,730218,977,452 iiRamp - 3 with approachM456451,802206,021,792 6 UNDERPASSES 7 CULVERTS (Pipe/Slab/Box) Karalphata Interchange No5715,4713,577,356 Connectivity to Proposed 4th Terminal of JNPT No131,239,77316,117,051 Sub Total of Length Km* COTHER ROAD APPURTENENCE / MISCELLENEOUS ITEMS 8JUNCTIONS MAJOR MINOR SERVICE ROAD SLIP ROAD DRAIN (Type-I, Type-II etc.,) (Connectivity to Proposed 4th Terminal of JNPT)m68504,08928,006,604 12CRASH BARRIER TOLL PLAZA BUS BAYS TRUCK LAY BYES OTHER MISCELLENEOUS ITEMS : Street Light & Highmast Lights, Footpath, Compound Wall, Landscaping, Utility Shifting and Signalisation work, Sign boards etc. i Karalphata Interchange 73,696,571 ii Connectivity to Proposed 4th Terminal of JNPT 73,397,389 TOTAL AMOUNT Rs. 5,311,348,806 TOTAL AMOUNT in RS. (CRORE) Project Cost Summary Package-1

15 1.Basis of cost estimation : Unit rates have been arrived based on standard data book by MORTH and basic rates are of Maharashtra PWD schedule of rates and market rates wherever schedules rates are not available. 2.Ground Improvement is necessary in some stretches on NH 4B and NH348 (Previous SH 54) Road. 3.Total area of structure portion is 91,785 sqm. The cost of structure is Rs crore. (83% of Total Civil Cost) The cost per sqm works out as Rs. 48,645 and it is reasonable. 4.The area of road portion is 1,53,912 sqm. The cost of road portion is Rs crore. The cost of road per square metre is Rs.5,814, and it is reasonable. 15 Project Cost Justification Package-1

16 Preconstruction Activity Status Land Acquisition Total Land Required ha Available Land ha Total Land To be acquired6.38 ha (Government Land) 3 (a) NotificationPublished 3 (A) NotificationPublished 3 (D) NotificationIt is being finalised Forest ClearanceNot involved Eco-sensitive zone of WildlifeNot involved Environmental ClearanceNot required (Length<100km) CRZ ClearanceExpert appraisal committee of MOEF has recommended for grant of environment and CRZ clearance. Clearance from Honourable High court for affected Mangroves As per Hon’ High court, Mumbai direction in December 2013, FCA is applicable for Mangroves area irrespective of ownership, which is awaited from the State Govt. The impact of the mangrove clearance is on NH-4-B from km 5 to Shifting of UtilitiesWater pipeline and electrical lines are required to be shifted the estimates from the department is awaited. 16 Package-1

17 17 Project Layout Package-2

18 18 NH – 4B (A1-D) Section – Proposed Structures Package-2

19 19 Sr. No. Location of structure (Km)Length (m) Total Width of Structure (m) Area of Structures (Sq.m.) Type of Structures (CIDCO SEZ) New VUP (CWC) New VUP (Indian Oil Terminal) New VUP Existing VUP to be widened Existing VUP to be widened Existing VUP to be widened (Pushpak) New VUP Existing VUP to be widened (Pushpak) New VUP (Navghar Bridge) Minor Bridge ( Main Carriageway + Service road ) (Duttam Bridge-1) Minor Bridge ( Main Carriageway + Service road ) (Duttam Bridge-2) Minor Bridge ( Main Carriageway + Service road ) (Vahal Bridge-1) Minor Bridge ( Main Carriageway + Service road ) (Vahal Bridge-2) Minor Bridge ( Main Carriageway + Service road ) (Kunde Vahal Bridge) Minor Bridge ( Main Carriageway + Service road ) (Bangarpada Bridge) Minor Bridge ( Main Carriageway + Service road ) (Dapoli Bridge) Minor Bridge ( Main Carriageway + Service road ) NH – 4B (A1-D) Section – Proposed Structures Package-2

20 20 Gavanphata Interchange Package-2

21 21 Sr. No. Location of structure (Km)Length (m) Total Width of Structure (m) Area of Structures (Sq.m.) Type of Structures of NH-348 (old SH-54) Flyover of Amra Marg Interchange Proper (Flyover cum RoB) of Amra Marg Viaduct 21Ramp Viaduct 22Ramp Viaduct 23Ramp Viaduct 24Ramp Viaduct 25Road Viaduct 26Road Viaduct Total324953, Gavahanphata Interchange – Proposed Structures Package-2

22 Presently all sections of the Project road is having 4-lane divided carriageway configuration. In general, Pavement type for one carriageway (2 lanes) is bituminous whereas the other carriageway is concrete. The existing NH-4B having flexible pavement on RHS and rigid pavement (from km. to km.) on the LHS. Existing carriageway with bituminous pavement is proposed to be widened with rigid pavement. It is proposed to provide PQC directly over the flexible pavement with an interface of 50 mm DBM as per IRC: SP: Existing carriageway with concrete pavement is proposed to be widened with concrete pavement. NH-4B is proposed to be 6-lane from km. to km. and from km. to km. to be 8-lane. The approach roads to the structures in NH-4B and NH-348 (Previous SH-54) are proposed as 8-lane and in NH-348 (Previous Amra Marg) are 8-lane, the approach roads are proposed of flexible pavement. – Service roads pavement will be of bituminous type designed for 20 msa. – Service road have been proposed for the complete length of all road sections 22 Widening Scheme of Road, Pavement and Structure Package-2

23 Pavement Composition Composition for Main Carriageway with Flexible Pavement (for approaches) is as follows:- BC:- 50 mm DBM:- 165 mm WMM:- 250 mm GSB:- 250 mm Subgrade:- 500 mm Composition for Main Carriageway with Rigid Overlay on Existing Flexible Pavement is as follows:- DBM:- 50 mm PQC:- 300 mm Composition for Main Carriageway with Rigid Pavement is as follows:- PQC:- 300 mm DLC:- 150 mm GSB:- 150 mm Subgrade:- 500 mm Composition for Service Road with Flexible Pavement is as follows:- BC :- 40 mm DBM:- 90mm WMM:- 250mm GSB:- 200mm Subgrade:- 500mm 23 Package-2

24 24 Project Cost Summary Package-2 Sr.No.ItemsUnitQuantityRate (Rs.)Amount in Rs. ARoad Works 1 Each Individual Cross Section (TCS1,TCS2,ETC) KM TCS 2 Km ,036,160459,716,436 TCS 3 KM ,065,268245,429,726 TCS 5 KM ,080,803471,495,563 TCS 12 KM ,439,91328,997,961 BBridges and Structures 2Minor Bridgesm ,720,555429,711,681 3Repair and Rehabilitation of Existing Bridgesm ,2064,297,117 4Underpasses with approchesm ,608,777812,870,214 5Culverts (Pipe/slab/box)No ,369,30576,681,053 6Gavhan Phata interchangeKm ,199,260,785 Sub total for LengthKm23.74 C Other Road Appurtenence/Miscelleneous Items 7 Ground improvement with boulders&Geo grid 12,275,975 8JunctionsNos 15670,28310,054,239 9Service Road/Slip Roadkm ,627,600477,314,407 10Toll Plaza at kmNos 137,710,634 11Drainkm ,312,128316,824,706 12Crash BarrierRmt ,929,924194,560, Other Miscelleneous Items (Sign boards, rest areas, medical/traffic aid post, HTMS, Ambulances,cranes, inlcuding Toll booths, Canopy fot toll plaza etc to be listed out seperately) No. 209,530,091 TOTAL AMOUNT in RS. 5,986,730,638 TOTAL AMOUNT in RS. (CRORE)

25 1.Basis of cost estimation : Unit rates have been arrived based on standard data book by MORTH and basic rates are of Maharashtra PWD schedule of rates and market rates wherever schedules rates are not available. 2.Due to heavy Container Traffic Service road is designed for 20msa. 3.All the structures have been proposed to be widened to 8-lane configuration. 4.Total area of structure portion is 53,262 sqm. The cost of structure is Rs crore. (38% of Total Civil Cost) The cost per sqm works out as Rs. 42,238 and it is reasonable. 5. The area of road portion is 7,41,528 sqm. The cost of road portion is Rs crore. The cost of road per square metre is Rs.5,033, and it is reasonable. 25 Project Cost Justification Package-2

26 Preconstruction Activity Status Land Acquisition Total Land Required ha Available Land ha Total Land To be acquired ha (Government Land – ha. and Private Land – 1.471ha. ) 3 (a) NotificationPublished 3 (A) Notification Published 3 (D) NotificationIt is being finalised Forest Clearance1.64 ha (Submitted to the state Govt.) Eco-sensitive zone of WildlifeSubmitted to the state Govt. Environmental ClearanceNot required (Length<100km) CRZ Clearance Expert appraisal committee of MOEF has recommended for grant of environment and CRZ clearance. Clearance from Honourable High court for affected Mangroves As per Hon’ High court, Mumbai direction in December 2013, FCA is applicable for Mangroves area irrespective of ownership, which is awaited from the State Govt. The impact of the mangrove clearance is on NH-4-B from km to km Shifting of UtilitiesGas line, Water pipeline and electrical lines are required to be shifted the estimates from the department is awaited. 26 Package-2

27 27 Project Layout Package-3

28 28 Package-3 NH-348(SH-54 and Amra Marg Section) – Proposed Structures

29 29 Sr. No. Location of structureLength (m) Total Width of Structure (m) Area of Structures (Sq.m.) Remarks, if any NH -348 (Previous Amra Marg Section (Km to Km 5.360) (Approach of RoB) VUP (Kille-gaonton Junction) Flyover (Approach of Panvel Creeck Bridge) VUP (Ambuja Cement Jetty) Flyover (Targhar) Flyover (Vahal) VUP (Vahal) VUP (Panvel Creek Bridge) Major Bridge (Vahal Creek Bridge) Major Bridge NH -348 (Previous SH – 54) Section (Km to Km ) to lane29282 Elevated corridor Total44,775.4 Package-3 NH-348(SH-54 and Amra Marg Section) – Proposed Structures

30 The existing NH-348 (Previous SH-54) is 4-lane divided carriageway having flexible pavement on both sides and NH-348 (Previous Amra Marg) is 4-lane divided carriageway having rigid pavement on both sides. The Existing carriageway with bituminous pavement is proposed to be widened with rigid pavement. It is proposed to provide PQC directly over the flexible pavement with an interface of 50 mm DBM as per IRC: SP: Existing carriageway with concrete pavement is proposed to be widened with concrete pavement. The road portion on NH-348 (Previous SH-54) is proposed as 6-lane and on NH-348 (Previous Amra Marg) is proposed as 8-lane. The approach roads to the structures in NH-348 (Previous SH-54) are proposed as 6-lane and in NH-348 (Previous Amra Marg) are 8-lane, the approach roads are proposed of flexible pavement. – Service roads pavement will be of bituminous type designed for 20 msa. – Service road have been proposed for the complete length of all road sections 30 Widening Scheme of Road, Pavement and Structure Package-3

31 Pavement Composition Composition for Main Carriageway with Flexible Pavement (for approaches) is as follows:- BC:- 50 mm DBM:- 165 mm WMM:- 250 mm GSB:- 250 mm Subgrade:- 500 mm Composition for Main Carriageway with Rigid Overlay on Existing Flexible Pavement is as follows:- DBM:- 50 mm PQC:- 300 mm Composition for Main Carriageway with Rigid Pavement is as follows:- PQC:- 300 mm DLC:- 150 mm GSB:- 150 mm Subgrade:- 500 mm Composition for Service Road with Flexible Pavement is as follows:- BC :- 40 mm DBM:- 90mm WMM:- 250mm GSB:- 200mm Subgrade:- 500mm 31 Package-3

32 32 Project Cost Summary Package-3 Sr.no.ItemsUnitQuantityRate (Rs.)Amount in Rs. ARoad Works 1 Each Individual Cross Section (TCS1,TCS2,ETC) TCS-2 KM ,070, TCS-3 KM ,872, TCS-5 KM ,435, TCS-7 KM ,995, TCS-10 KM ,376, BBridges and Structures 2Major Bridgesm ,493, Flyover/Underpassesm ,486, Elevated Corridorm ,499,238, Culverts (Pipe/slab/box)No ,598, COther Road Appurtenence/Miscelleneous Items 6 Ground Improvement 253,307,889 7JunctionsNo ,831,574 8Service Road/Slip Roadkm ,246,018 9Toll plazaNo.s ,587, Drainkm. 372,582,656 11Other Miscelleneous Items (Sign boards, rest areas, medical/traffic aid post, HTMS, Ambulances,cranes, inlcuding Toll booths, Canopy fot toll plaza etc to be listed out seperately) No. 311,650,487 TOTAL AMOUNT in RS. 5,100,773, TOTAL AMOUNT in RS. CRORE

33 1.Basis of cost estimation : Unit rates have been arrived based on standard data book by MORTH and basic rates are of Maharashtra PWD schedule of rates and market rates wherever schedules rates are not available. 2.Due to heavy Container Traffic Service road is designed for 20msa. 3.All the structures have been proposed to be widened to 8-lane configuration. 4.Total area of structure portion is 44, sqm. The cost of structure is Rs crore. (45% of Total Civil Cost) The cost per sqm works out as Rs. 51,692 and it is reasonable. 5. The area of road portion is 4,98, sqm. The cost of road portion is Rs crore. The cost of road per square metre is Rs.5,592, and it is reasonable. 33 Project Cost Justification Package-3

34 Preconstruction Activity Status Land Acquisition Total Land Required ha Available Land ha Total Land To be acquired ha (Government Land – ha. and Private Land – 4.650ha. ) 3 (a) NotificationPublished 3 (A) NotificationPublished 3 (D) Notification It is being finalised Forest Clearance1.18 ha (Submitted to the state Govt.) Eco-sensitive zone of WildlifeSubmitted to the state Govt. Environmental ClearanceNot required (Length<100km) CRZ ClearanceExpert appraisal committee of MOEF has recommended for grant of environment and CRZ clearance. Clearance from Honourable High court for affected Mangroves As per Hon’ High court, Mumbai direction in December 2013, FCA is applicable for Mangroves area irrespective of ownership, which is awaited from the State Govt. The impact of the mangrove clearance is on NH-348 (Previous SH-54) from km to and NH-348 (Previous Amra Marg) from km 0.0 to Shifting of UtilitiesGas line, Water pipeline and electrical lines are required to be shifted the estimates from the department is awaited. 34 Package-3

35 35 Project Layout Package-4

36 36 Package-4 NH-4B (D-E and D-G Section) – Proposed Structures

37 37 Sr. No. Location of structure (Km) Length (m) Total Width of Structure (m) Area of Structures (Sq.m.) Type of Structures (D-Point) Flyover Existing VUP to be widened Existing VUP to be widened (MMRDA Rented Housing) New VUP (Phalaspe phata) Flyover (Phalaspe phata) Flyover (Karanjade Bridge) Minor Bridge (Main Carriageway + Service road) (Nandgaon Bridge) Minor Bridge (Main Carriageway + Service road) NH–4B (D-E Section) – Proposed Structures Package-4

38 38 Sr. No. Location of structure (Km) Length (m) Total Width of Structure (m) Area of Structures (Sq.m.) Type of Structures (Chinchpada VUP) Existing VUP to be widened (Chinchpada ROB) RoB (Khandeshwar ROB) RoB (Gadhi Bridge) Major Bridge (Dhakta Khanda Bridge) Minor Bridge (Main Carriageway + Service road) (Motha Khanda Bridge) Minor Bridge (Main Carriageway + Service road) Total29,476.3 NH–4B (D-G Section) – Proposed Structures Package-4

39 The existing NH-4B (D – E Section) is 4-lane divided carriageway having flexible pavement on RHS and rigid pavement (from km. to km., from km. to km., from km. to km.) on the LHS. The existing NH-4B (D – G Section) is 4- lane divided carriageway having flexible pavement on LHS and rigid pavement (from km. to 4.492) on the RHS. The Existing carriageway with bituminous pavement is proposed to be widened with rigid pavement. It is proposed to provide PQC directly over the flexible pavement with an interface of 50 mm DBM as per IRC: SP: Existing carriageway with concrete pavement is proposed to be widened with concrete pavement. The road portion on NH-4B (D-G and D-E Section) is proposed as 8-lane. The approach roads to the structures in NH-4B are proposed as 8-lane, the approach roads are proposed of flexible pavement. – Service roads pavement will be of bituminous type designed for 20 msa. – Service road have been proposed for the complete length of all road sections 39 Widening Scheme of Road, Pavement and Structure Package-4

40 Pavement Composition Composition for Main Carriageway with Flexible Pavement (for approaches) is as follows:- BC:- 50 mm DBM:- 165 mm WMM:- 250 mm GSB:- 250 mm Subgrade:- 500 mm Composition for Main Carriageway with Rigid Overlay on Existing Flexible Pavement is as follows:- DBM:- 50 mm PQC:- 300 mm Composition for Main Carriageway with Rigid Pavement is as follows:- PQC:- 300 mm DLC:- 150 mm GSB:- 150 mm Subgrade:- 500 mm Composition for Service Road with Flexible Pavement is as follows:- BC :- 40 mm DBM:- 90mm WMM:- 250mm GSB:- 200mm Subgrade:- 500mm 40 Package-4

41 41 Sr.no.ItemsUnitQuantityRate (Rs.)Amount in Rs. ARoad Works 1 Each Individual Cross Section (TCS1,TCS2,TCS3, ETC) KM TCS 1 Km ,106,48415,192,564 TCS 2 Km ,799,670674,630,494 TCS 3 Km ,882,927158,389,810 BBridges and Structures 2Major /Minor Bridgesm ,192,766493,899,601 3 Repair and Rehabilitation of Existing Bridges m ,9284,938,996 4 ROB & Underpasses with approches m ,815,2011,627,606,754 5Culverts (Pipe/slab/box)No ,589,83338,847,490 C Other Road Appurtenence/Miscelleneous Items 6Junctions 14 6,434,72949,863,715 7 Ground improvement with boulders&Geo grid 8Service Road/Slip Roadkm ,895,134356,116,877 9Drainkm ,094,185211,297,023 10Crash BarrierRmt ,848131,815,027 11Toll PlazaNos ,199,133 12Other Miscelleneous Items (Sign boards, rest areas, medical/traffic aid post, HTMS, Ambulances,cranes, inlcuding Toll booths, Canopy fot toll plaza etc to be listed out seperately) No. 176,574,362 TOTAL AMOUNT in RS 3,954,371,846 TOTAL AMOUNT in RS (CRORE) Project Cost Summary Package-4

42 1.Basis of cost estimation : Unit rates have been arrived based on standard data book by MORTH and basic rates are of Maharashtra PWD schedule of rates and market rates wherever schedules rates are not available. 2.Due to heavy Container Traffic Service road is designed for 20msa. 3.All the structures have been proposed to be widened to 8-lane configuration. 4.Total area of structure portion is 29, sqm. The cost of structure is Rs crore. (45% of Total Civil Cost) The cost per sqm works out as Rs. 54,316 and it is reasonable. 5. The area of road portion is 4,94, sqm. The cost of road portion is Rs crore. The cost of road per square metre is Rs.4,758, and it is reasonable. 42 Project Cost Justification Package-4

43 Preconstruction Activity Status Land Acquisition Total Land Required ha Available Land ha Total Land To be acquired ha (Government Land – ha. and Private Land – 6.534ha. ) 3 (a) NotificationPublished 3 (A) NotificationPublished 3 (D) Notification It is being finalised Forest ClearanceNil Eco-sensitive zone of WildlifeSubmitted to the state Govt. Environmental ClearanceNot required (Length<100km) CRZ ClearanceExpert appraisal committee of MOEF has recommended for grant of environment and CRZ clearance. Clearance from Honourable High court for affected Mangroves As per Hon’ High court, Mumbai direction in December 2013, FCA is applicable for Mangroves area irrespective of ownership, which is awaited from the State Govt. The impact of the mangrove clearance is on NH-4B (D-E Section) from km to and NH-4B (D-G Section) from km 0.0 to Shifting of UtilitiesGas line, Water pipeline and electrical lines are required to be shifted the estimates from the department is awaited. 43 Package-4

44 44 TPC (in Rs. Crore) Package-1 Construction of Karalphata Interchange from Km to Km of NH-4B & from Km to Km of NH-348 (old SH-54) and connectivity to proposed 4 th Terminal of JNPT Package-2 Construction of Gavahanphata Interchange (From Km to Km of NH-4B, From Km to Km of NH-348 (old SH-54) & from Km to Km of Amra Marg) and NH-4B (From Km to Km and from Km to Km ) Package-3 Construction of NH-348 (old SH-54) from Km to Km and Amra Marg from Km to Km Package-4 Construction of NH-4B from Km to Km (D to E Section) and from Km to Km (D to G Section) Total 2, Package wise Total Project Cost

45 45 Sr. No. Sources of Funds Amount (in Rs. Crore) 1Total Estimated Capital Cost of all the 4 packages MJPRCL’s internal accruals from tolling Expected Toll revenue during construction Remaining amount to be raised through commercial borrowing by MJPRCL (Debt amount) i.e [(1) – (2) – (3)] Financial 0.5% of Debt Amount (4) Total amount to be raised through commercial borrowing [(4) + (5)] Funding for Project

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