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Smart Mobility for Sustainable Urban Transport O.P. Agarwal Director General, IUT (India) Presented at the 2 nd Asia BRTS Conference 29 th September, 2014.

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1 Smart Mobility for Sustainable Urban Transport O.P. Agarwal Director General, IUT (India) Presented at the 2 nd Asia BRTS Conference 29 th September, 2014

2 Our current situation: Registered Motor Vehicles

3 Our current situation: what kind of vehicles

4 Our current situation: Vehicular growth in cities

5 Our current situation: Vehicle density (vehicles/sq kms)

6 Our current situation: Growth in fuel consumption (Million Tonnes)

7 Our current situation: Growth in the oil import bill (Rs. Billion)

8 Projections: Motorized travel demand (in Billion Passenger Kms)

9 Projections of fuel consumption (MBOE)

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11 Smart planning (1)

12 Smart planning (2)

13 II-13 Smart Planning (3) – What kind of city

14 Smart planning (4)  Compact cities  Focus on public transport and NMT – not cars and motor bikes  Pay for free parking  Pay for road use  No cheap fuel  Mass transit – not elevated highways and flyovers  Seoul demolished an elevated highway and 46 flyovers in the city  Optimal utilization of available resources – not just adding capacity

15 Smart planning (5)  Financial sustainability  Fares are not the only source of finance for public transport  Make all beneficiaries pay, not just users  Invest sensibly - Don’t over-invest or under invest  Building a BRT where the demand is 60,000 persons for hour or a metro where it is 3000 persons per hour does not make financial sense

16 Capacity Utilization on the Delhi metro LinesLength (Km.)Passengers Passenger/ km Red Line25.093,60,51214,369 Yellow Line44.658,87,00319,866 Blue Line58.679,81,25216,725 Green Line ,6694,912 Violet Line23.241,85,4647,980 Total ,04,90014,725

17 Smart planning (6)  Environmental sustainability:  Reduce emission of GHG  Reduce emission of local pollutants

18 Smart planning (7)  Social sustainability  Inclusive – available equally to all – women, aged, children, physically challenged, rich, poor  Building elevated highways or flyovers primarily provide for those who can afford or are allowed to drive personal motor vehicles

19 ICT for what  General belief that use of ICT makes things smart  However, ICT has to be used as a tool for optimal utilization of a resource – not an end in itself  Be sure what you want it for – don’t deploy without such an understanding

20 A city is smart if it uses its resources efficiently and reduces waste – not by investing more only to continue its waste


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