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FEASIBILITY OF BANGALORE

METRO RAIL
PROJECT(NAMMA PROJECT)
By
Mr. K.N. Shrivastava
Director
Bangalore Metro Rail Corporation.
METRO PLANNING – WORLD FACTS
All developed countries start planning for a
Metro when the population of the city nears
one million mark.
By the time the population level reaches
two million mark a Metro network is in
place.
TYPES OF METRO
A Metro can be either underground or elevated
and in case of outskirts of the cities on the
ground even.
Metros can be :-
Heavy capacity – with a capacity of 60-90,000 phpdt.
Medium capacity – with a capacity of 40-50,000
phpdt, or,
A light metro with the capacity ranging from 25-
30,000 phpdt.
When the traffic volume exceeds 12,000 phpdt
it can be handled only by a rail-based Metro
System.
Metros can be either with pneumatic wheels or
steel wheels on steel rails. In either case the
traction is by electric energy.
DIFFERENT PHASES:-
PHASE 1:-
North-South - Yeshwantpur to R V Road (14.9km)
East-West - Mysore Road to Byappanahalli (18.1km)

PHASE 2:-
North extension - Yeshwantpur to Peenya
East extension - Mysore Road to Bangalore University
South extension - R V Road to J P Nagar
West extension - Byappanahalli to Whitefield

PHASE 3:-
Swastik to yeshwantpur
PHASE 4:-
K. R Market to R.V Road
Types of project feasibility
analysis
Technical feasibility
Marketing feasibility
Socio-economic feasibility
Managerial feasibility
Financial feasibility
TECHNICAL FEASIBILITY:-
Metro train important features
3 cars train sets ( DMC – TC - DMC) : CAPACITY 1000 passengers

750 v d.c , third rail , bottom current collector system


Stainless steel carbody

 3 phase AC asynchronous motors with variable voltage and variable


frequency
Microprocessor controlled
BANGALORE METRO TRAIN

•Aero dynamic cab


styling
•Modernized car body
contour
•Exterior panels and
wide windows
•Austenitic stainless
steel without paint
•4 wide doors on each
side

Vehicle Exterior
View
BANGALORE METRO TRAIN

Vehicle Interior
View
• Optimized arrangement of Interior passenger’s
facilities
• Harmonized and modernized Interior Color
Scheme
• Scratch proof interior panel
• Skid free, fire resistant floor
Passenger Facility
(1)4 wide passengers automatic access doors in
each side.
(2) Wide and clear windows .
(3) Completely air- conditioned coaches
(4) Earmarked space for persons with disability.
(5) Wi-fi sytem accessibility
(6) Information to passengers ;
(7) Automatic voice announcement system
(8) Electronic information display
(9) Electronic destination display .
Max. permissible speed 80 kmphr
Commercial speed 32 Kmphr
Coach body Stainless steel
Length - 20.8 m
Width - 2.88m
Height – 3.80m
Carrying capacity About 50 sitting &306
standing (at 8 person per sq.
Axle load m
15.area)
tonnes
Class of accomodation one
Traction motors: coaches 4 of 180 Kw each in motor
Acceleration Max 1.0 m/sec ^2
Decceleration Max 1.1 m/sec ^2(normal)
Additional features Air – conditioning
Automatic door closing
Vestibule , PA system
AUTOMATIC FARE
COLLECTION
Automatic Fare Collection (AFC) Gates
Stand near the AFC Gates
Entry:
Hold your Token/ Smart Card close
to the machine
Exit:
Token Users: Drop your token into
the machine
AFC
 Smart Card Users: Hold your Smart
 Card close to the machine
 Wait for the Gates to open
 Cross through the gates
 While crossing, make sure that the
children below 3 feet (height) are
closely in front of you or in your lap.
Smart Card – saves time, saves money!
DESIGN FEATURES OF BANGALORE
METRO
Design – underground 6.76 km
– elevated 25.65 km

Schedule speed 32 to 80 kmph


Frequency of train 4.0 min.

PHPDT 40,000
Future PHPDT 80,000
By 2011, Namma Metro is tipped to carry 15 per cent of the traffic. A total of
180 coaches by 2011 and 270 coaches by 2021 are in the plan. The BMRC
hopes to generate 10 per cent of the revenues from non-fare aspects and be
commercially viable from the sixth year. The Metro also promises an average
speed of 32 kmph (max 80 kmph), offering an end-to-end trip in 23/28
minutes.
METRO Rail Features :

Level platforms at all rail stations for easy


boarding
Audible and digital station announcements
inside the train and also at the station
Frequent service
Wheelchairs tie-downs are not needed on the
trains because of the smooth ride
METRO Rail stops at all stations and the doors
open automatically
SALIENT FEATURES OF THE METRO RAIL PROJECT :-

 An elevated metro rail, with two lines (up and down lines) on a
deck erected on pillars generally in the central median of the
road, without obstructing the road traffic;
 Standard gauge (1435 mm);
 Stations located at an average interval of 1km – elevated
stations with passenger access through staircases, escalators
& lifts;
 Adequate parking space and circulating areas to be provided
(mostly on Govt. lands) at the stations;
 Frequency of 3 to 4 minutes during peak hours;
 The system is expected to carry about 1.57 million passengers
per day by 2011 and 2.57 million by 2021
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Contd…
 Rails to be continuously welded to minimize noise levels;

 Power supply through 3rd rail bottom collection (750 v


DC);
 Coaches air-conditioned with automatic door-closures
and many safety features;
 Signaling system ensures safety and specified speeds
through Automatic Train Control (ATC), Automatic Train
Protection (ATP) and Automatic Train Operation (ATO);
 Telecommunication facilities to be state of the art,
facilitating continuous communication between Central
Control, train drivers and station masters.

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BANGALORE METRO RAIL WITH A
VISION PROMISES TO ALL THEIR
PASSENGERS
The Bangalore Metro Rail has all the components
required for a SUCCESSFUL integrated public transport
system, it offers:-
CONVIENIENCE
COMFORT
AFFORDABILITY
FREQUENCY
RELIABILITY
SAFETY
AESTHETICS
MARKET ANALYSIS
 INDUSTRY ANALYASIS AND OUTLOOK
 TARGET MARKET STUDY
 PRIMARY MARKET SIZE
 COMPETITION
INDUSTRY ANALYSIS AND OUTLOOK
1) DESCRIPTION OF INDUSTRY(BANGALORE METRO RAIL
CORPORATION) NAMMA METRO:-
 Bangalore, the IT Capital of India is bustling with
development of infrastructure. The city of Bangalore with a
growing population of 6.8 million sued with traffic chaos
owing to steep rise in number of private vehicles in the form of
two wheelers and cars.
 Namma Metro (Our metro) / The Bangalore Metro is
the under-construction mass-transit rail system for the city
of Bangalore, India. The agency responsible for its
implementation is Bangalore Metro Rail Corporation Ltd
(BMRCL). Navayuga Engineering has been awarded the
contract to construct Reach 1 on the East-West line. Five
consortia have been short-listed as general consultants for the
project.
2) SIZE OF THE INDUSTRY AND FUTURE GROWTH PROJECTIONS:-

 The total project outlay was estimated at Rs 6395 crore in 2006.

At present metro project is been projected only till inner ring-roads but in
the future it will be expanding to outer ring-roads also.
3) INDUSTRY CHARCTERISTICS AND TRENDS :-

The Bangalore MRTS is essentially a "social" sector project,whose benefits will


pervade wide sections of economy. The modified first phase will generate
substantial benefits to the economy by the way of:
Time saving for commuters
Reliable and safe journey
Reduction in atmospheric pollution
Reduction in accident
Reduced fuel consumption
Reduced vehicle operating costs
Increase in the average speed of road vehicles
Improvement in the quality of life
TARGET MARKET STUDY

1)CRITICAL NEEDS OF MARKET AND COMMUTERS


 Major commuters need for metro
 Best fit for Bangalore metro rail.
 Prospective consumers
2)DEMOGRAPHIC AND GEOGRAPHICAL LOCATIONS
The project is based on Standard Gauge. The first phase of
Bangalore Metro, consisting of two corridors of double line electrified, will
cover a total of 33 km. The East-West corridor will be 18.10 km. long, Out
of the 33 km., 6.76 km. will be underground near City Railway Station.
PRIMARY MARKET SIZE
 BEML Ltd has bagged a Rs.1672.50 crore order from Bangalore Metro
Rail Corporation to supply 150 metro rail coaches by October 2010.
 BEML, would be assisted by South Korea-based Rotom and
Japan-based Melco and Mitsubishi in the manufacture of metro rail coaches
.

PROSPECTIVE COMMUTERS
 Total number of commuters which can use the metro are 45000-50000
per hour
 Commuters travel can be much more economical with a proposed fare of
1.33-1.63 times then bus fares.
 Annual escalation fares at 4%
FORCASTED ANNUAL SALES
Total number of commuters travelling per day:
820,000
Approx metro fare :Rs 7-15 per commuters
Annual sales: 820,000 x 15 x 365
 :4489500000
 : 4.4895 billions
COMPETITION
 MARKET SHARES
 POTENTIAL COMPETITORS
MARKET SHARES
Strong market share the key to winning the next concessioning
contract .
It can be achieved by making the travel affordable compared to
other modes.
Strategy :
Actively market Cape Metrorail's service as the preferred mode
of public transport within the Cape Metropolitan Area.
How to achieve the huge market share
 Improve customer services

 Keep an eye on current levels of crime

Avoid overcrowding during peak

 Lack of systems to manage a fare structure

Easily availability of tickets or having a system of E-


ticket.
Action plans to increase the market share..
 Promote positive aspects of rail commuting
 Train front line staff in customer care
 Develop an appropriate advertising campaign
 Commission market research to establish customer needs and
expectations
 Develop a commercial customer services mindset among staff
Promote off-peak, special event and weekend services
 Implementation of new technology in communication systems
 Introduction of various refreshment schemes
 Introduce more parking and ride schemes
 Strong branding (as "Metrorail" or any brand )
Potential competitors
 The competitors in this project is BMTC, whose market is
going to hamper by the introduction of BMRC.
 Private bus corporation is also being effected .
 Local auto rickshaws also affected.
 India has always been a country of entrepreneurs and there
will always be competition which is good.
 Competition will drive prices and the public will get better
value for whatever they invest in.
 There is transparency and openness in the bidding process.
Scomi has the best technology which it will deliver at the
best possible price.
 Bus manufactures,local BMTC and Volvo services are
major threats.
BUSINESS STRATEGY AND
IMPLEMENTATION

A.Growth strategy for Bangalore metro


2. Total growth in earnings .
3. Adjusting Commodity prices.

B. COMMUNICATION
• Expand editorial contract
• Continue journalist lobbying and create one-to-one
relationships
• Train Middle Managers in media skills
Contd ….
• Target groups - editors
• Personalise Metrorail to the public (Themba, Management
Team)
• Identify and implement station level information systems
• Launch Regional Stakeholders' Forum
• Train staff to make operational info available in real time (on
board technology)
• Call centre - real time info to be available
• Effective notice boards/bill boards with Metrorail info
• Weekly and possibly daily newsheet/paper
Challenges in communication

• Insufficient communication technology (e-mail, videos,


Intranet, etc.)
• Staff apathy
• Shift working and dispersement of staff
• Barriers which often separate management and staff .
Demand Forecasting
 Safe and Reliable
 Low-Fares to commuters than other transport
 Advertisements on trains, eg: Sprite adds on doors of trains.
 Air-Conditioned coaches
 Fast and comfortable journey
 Automatic doors with obstruction detection
 The unique feature of Bangalore Metro is its integration with other
modes of public transport, enabling the commuters conveniently inter-
change from one mode to another. Because of proper planning in of
METRO.
Transport plays a critical
role in social and
economic development.
The need to understand
and to accommodate the
interests, perceptions
and needs of target
populations and other
key stakeholders is
paramount in the design
of projects and programs
aimed at social and
economic development.
Need For Namma Metro
 social importance :

With traffic decongestion being the key,


the primary aim of the Bangalore Metro is
to encourage commuters to leave their
vehicles in their garages and use public
transport.
Positioned as a complementary, rather
than competitive mode of transport, the
Bangalore Metro will work in tandem with
other transport systems like buses and
mono rails.
The perfect Plan
 The city bus corridors will not run parallel to
Bangalore Metro corridors, instead buses will
act as feeders. The mono rail network
planned for the city will not overlap with that
of the metro, but will connect at major
junctions as feeders. On certain high density
corridors, three wheelers will be regulated.
Feeder bus services will be provided to all the
metro stations.
 Bus bays and parking facilities for private
vehicles will be available at all major stations.
State-of-the-art  satellite bus-cum-metro
terminals are being planned in the city
outskirts, to control the entry of inter-city
Main Action
The Bangalore Metro will be integrated with
Railways and other modes of transport at
Byappanahalli Railway Station in the East,
Yeshwantpur Railway Station in the North and
Bangalore City Railway Station and
Kempegowda Bus Stand in the Central parts
of the city.
Thus far, few studies of transport have
addressed the consequences of social change
derived predictive models to deal with this
set of issues.
Issues
There has not been sufficient examination of
transport's impact on social issues within a
qualitative framework.
It is important to also consider the flow of
social capital in the form of information,
news, or job opportunities facilitated through
transport networks.
socio- economic role
Transport
The role of transport in facilitating or limiting
social capital expands economic criteria
models when measuring the impact of
transport projects.
The benefits of improving transport
infrastructure have traditionally been
measured by performance criteria, like
improved connectivity, travel time, speeds
and fuel savings.
The costs of improvements in transport
infrastructure are classically defined as
construction cost, ongoing operations and
CONTINUED:-
However, transport is a derived demand, i.e. transport
is used only when the need to move exists, and the
need to move is dictated by socio-economic
requirements of the users.
 This implies that the necessity for movement, hence
the use of transport infrastructure, is need/goal based;
i.e. people do not move for the sake of moving, they
move to get to work, education, recreation, health etc
which will finally enable them to improve their social
and economic well being.
At the same time, the “users” are a heterogeneous
mix of people of different socio-economic classes, with
different needs and desires and differing needs of
movement.
These differential concerns make the task of assessing
the feasibility of a project more complex - some users
Advantages of a Rail Based
System in Urban Transportation
Only a rail-based system :-
 Can achieve carrying capacity as high as 40,000 phpdt.
 Requires 1/5th energy per passenger km compared to
road-based system.
 Causes no air pollution in the city.
 Causes lesser noise level
 Occupies no road space if underground and only about 2
metre width of the road if elevated.
 Carries same amount of traffic as 9 lanes of bus traffic or
24 lanes of private motor cars (either way).
 Is more reliable, comfortable and safer than road-based
system.
 Reduces journey time by anything between 50% and 75%
depending on road conditions.
Negative Impact Of
Metro Project
During this phase, those impacts, which are likely to
take
place due to the layout of the project, have been
assessed.

These impacts are:-

Project Affected People (PAPs)


Loss of trees/forest;
Utility/Drainage Problems, and
Loss of Historical and Cultural Monuments
Soil Erosion, Pollution and Health Risk at
Construction Site.
Increased Water Demand.
BUSINESS STRUCTURE OF
BANGLORE METRO
MANAGERIAL RAIL
FEASIBILITY
PROJECT
OF
BANGALORE METRO RAIL
PROJECT
Legal structure :
 The Rs 6,395-crore Bangalore Metro Rail project will not be
scrapped. The government has accepted the Justice
Shivshankar Bhat Committee report, which recommended
that the project will go along the CMH Road alignment .

 Allaying people's fears, he announced a rehabilitation


package for families and business establishments on CMH
Road and Mahakavi Kuvempu Road who would be affected
by the acquisition of 28 acres of private land.

 The package for CMH Road residents and all other property
losses will cost the exchequer about Rs 30 crore. As
recommended by the Shivshankar Bhat Committee, the
rehabilitation package will include allotment of sites by BDA,
provision of house rent for six months to affected
households, and 10-month rent to affected business
establishments.
Contd:-
 The project will be taken up on priority, he told reporters
after a review meeting. While there'll be no change in the
alignment of CMH Road or Mahakavi Kuvempu Road in
Malleswaram, there will be just one change on CMH Road.
 The project will be taken up on priority, he told that after a
review meeting. While there'll be no change in the
alignment of CMH Road or Mahakavi Kuvempu Road in
Malleswaram, there will be just one change on CMH Road.
 Instead of two stations on 100 ft Road, Indiaranagar, and
CMH Road (opposite Bata), there will be one common
station near Arya Samaj. Setting at rest speculation on Mono
Rail, Kumaraswamy said it'll only complement the Metro Rail
project as a feeder service.The CM said he has ordered that
the area adjoining the Metro Rail alignment be converted
into commercial land use pattern, benefiting those having
properties along the alignment.
 Also, for those whose properties will be displaced, all
benefits available in the transfer of development rights in
the BMP, will be extended.
partners:

As per the ex-Union Urban Development


Minister S Jaipal Reddy there is no private
participation in the proposed Bangalore Metro
Rail project as a Special Purpose Vehicle
involving both the Union and State
Governments would implement it.
Consultants and service
providers:
 Public sector firm BEML has got railway equipment and component orders
of over Rs 4,000 crore, as per said by company chairman and managing
director V R S Natarajan.

 The first order worth Rs 1,672.50 crore from the Bangalore Metro Rail
Corporation (BMRC) is for the supply of metro coaches, including spares,
for Phase I of the project by October 2010. BEML is expecting an additional
order of metro coaches for further expansion and extension of proposed
metro lines in Bangalore city.

 The rolling stock order will comprise 50 train sets of three cars each and will
be implemented by a consortium comprising BEML, Rotem and Mitsubishi,
Natarajan said. Additional orders for the Bangalore Metro in the coming
months, depending on requirements, are expected to involve supply of 30
coaches for Rs 300 crore, and at a later point, a Rs 600-crore order for
another 63 coaches.

 Nine general consultants are in the race to bag the contract for developing
the design and constructing the Bangalore Metro Rail. The Bangalore Metro
Rail Corporation (BMRC) is scrutinising the documents submitted by the
nine consultants, including one by Rail India Tecno and Economic Services
(RITE )
 Detailed Design Consultants
(DDC) awarded to RITES for
Reach 1. Cont…
 Span Consultants for Reach 2
Cont…

 Setup Consultants for Reach


3

 Detailed Design
Consultants (DDC) for
Stations awarded as follows:

 Reach 2 - Span
Consultants,
 Reach 3 - S N Bhobe
Associates,
 Reach 4 - L&T Ramboll
Consulting Engineers Ltd.
 Design work under
progress
Contr actors in volv ed a nd work s tatus :

 Navayuga Engineering Company


Ltd was awarded the work of
constructing elevated structure
(viaduct) between ch 11200m to
ch 17600m excluding station
portions from Byappanahalli to
Cricket Stadium (Reach-1) section
of Bangalore Metro.

 Widening of road in R1, R2 and R3


is being undertaken by Surendra
Construction Pvt Ltd.
Skilled and experienced
business managers:
 Siemens AG of Germany

 Bombardier Transportation GmbH

 Alstom Projects India Ltd


The local subsidiary of France’s Alstom Corp., and state-
run BEML Ltd—to build and supply coaches for the local rail
network it is buiding in India’s technology hub.
Business Founders:
 The project involves no private participation , however the
state government has formed a committee i.e “Shivshankar
Bhatt committee” ; project recommended to follow C.M.H
Road allignment .

 Bangalore metro rail corporation ( B.M.R.C) is heading the


project with nine consultants and service providers.

 Private organisation like siemens & contractors have taken


contract for supply of coaches. Hence, there is no specific
business founder to be given “credit” for this
Massive metro project , it’s with “ combined efforts”
Of cohesion of state government & private contractors.
Governance Participation:
Sl.No Name & Address Nominated by
Dr. M Ramachandran Govt. Of India
1 Secretary - Ministry of Urban Development
Government of India
Chairman, Bangalore Metro Rail Corporation Ltd.

Nirman Bhavan New Delhi 110 011

Sri S K Lohia Govt. Of India


2 Director - Urban Transport
Ministry of Urban Development
Government of India
Director, BMRCL
Nirman Bhavan
New Delhi 110 011

Sri Satish Kumar Govt. Of India


3 Director (Electrical)
Delhi Metro Rail Corporation Ltd
NBCC Place, Pragathi Vihar
Bhishma Pitamah Marg
New Delhi 110 003
Sri R.P.Gupta Govt. Of India
4 Advisor (Works)
Ministry of Railways
Government of India
New Delhi 110 001
Sri Anil Baijal, IAS (Retd) Govt. Of India
5 Director - BMRCL
E-524, II Floor
Greater Kailash-II
New Delhi 110 048
Sri M.Lakshminarayana Govt. Of karnataka
6 Secretary to Hon'ble Chief Minister
Government of Karnataka
Vidhana Soudha
Bangalore 560 001
Sri M.R. Sreenivasa Murthy Govt. Of karnataka
7 Principal Secretary to Government
Government of Karnataka
Finance Department
Vidhana Soudha
Bangalore 560 001
Sri D.Thangaraj Govt. Of karnataka
8 Principal Secretary to Government
Government of Karnataka
Urban Development Department
4th Floor, Vikasa Soudha
Bangalore 560 001
Dr. S. Subramanya Govt. Of karnataka
9 Commissioner
Bruhat Bangalore Mahanagara
Palike
N.R.Square
Bangalore 560 002
Sri N Sivasailam Govt. Of karnataka
10 Managing Director
Bangalore Metro Rail Corporation
Ltd
3rd Floor, BMTC Complex
K.H.Road, Shanthinagar
Bangalore 560 027
Sri B S Sudhir Chandra Functional Director
11 Director (P&P)
Bangalore Metro Rail Corporation
Ltd
3rd Floor, BMTC Complex
K.H.Road, Shanthinagar
Bangalore 560 027

Sri D D Pahuja Functional Director


12 Director (R.S.E.)
Bangalore Metro Rail Corporation
Ltd
3rd Floor, BMTC Complex
K.H.Road, Shanthinagar
Bangalore 560 027
CHALLENGES
• Bangalore Metro Project is the biggest urban
intervention since Independence.
• Project is to be executed in very difficult urban
environments.
• Being the IT heart of India all actions under close
scrutiny.
• The Project implementation period august 2005 to
december 2011 .
• Metro being constructed to world class standards
with frontline technologies.
CHALLENGES
• The expertise and technology not available
in the country. Legal cover needed for
construction and operations not in position.
• The sensitivities of the city to be respected
during construction – No hardship or
inconvenience to the public – Structures
should be aesthetic & merge with
surroundings.
• Large number of utilities.
• CAG & CVC guidelines.
• Religious & Archaeological structures.
PROJECT COST
IN DETAILS
Project start Date: - August2005
Going Live: December2010 (1st phase)
 No. of Commuters: 820000
Proposed Fare: 1.33-1.66 times the bus
fares. Annual escalation fares at 4%
Cost/Km Underground: Rs 250 crore
Cost/Km Elevated: Rs 80 crore
Total Cost: Rs 6400 crores
Project cost Details
Estimation of cost in Rs . Crores
 The estimated cost of the project approved by the
Government of India
 based on April 2005 prices is as under:-
 Construction cost : 5080 (5912)*
 Interest during construction : 348 (449)*
 Financing charges &
 Pre-operative expenses : 25 (29)*
 TOTAL Current Cost : 5453 (6395)*
*( completion cost which is the current cost + an
annual escalation of 5% per year for the likely
duration of the project.)
Source of fund
State: Rs 1807 cr
Centre/Federal: Rs 1447 cr
Financial Institutions: Rs 2953 cr  
Interest rate: Approx 8.75% for a 15 year
term loan, line of credit form insurance
companies and provident fund agencies
comes for 25 years at 9% interest
Funding structure
Balance sheet (Rs in
millions )
Two corrido rs
appr oved by –

Govt. of INDIA .

EAST - WEST NORTH – SOUTH

(Byappanhalli- Mysore Road) (Yeshwantpur Rly. Stn. –


Jayanagar)
Baiyappanahalli - Indira Nagar Yeshwantpur – Chord Road –
– CMH Road – Swami Mahakavi Kuvempu Road –
Vivekanand Road – MG Road – Swastik – Platform Road –
Ambedkar Road – Post KSRTC Bus Stand – Chikpet –
Office Road – K G Road – City Market – K R Road –
Majestic – KSRTC Bus Stand – Vanivilas Road – Lal Bagh –
Bangalore City Railway Station Southend circle – R V Road upto
– Magadi Road – Toll Gate Jayanagar.
Junction – Chord Road – Vijay
Nagar – Mysore Road upto
Ring Road Junction.
LENGTHS STATIONS STATIONS
(Kms) LENGHTS(Km
s)

ELEVATED 14.35 13 11.30 10

UNDERGROUN 3.40 4 3.30 3


D

0.35 1 0.30 1.0


SURFACE

18.1Km 18 14.9 Km 14.0


TOTAL
LAND ACQUISITION COST
THE LAND REQUIREMENT OF BANGALORE METRO
PROJECT WILL BE MET BY THE STATE GOVT.
32.22acres land(govt of INDIA) hasbeen released
PRIVATE LAND ACQUISITION ACCOUNTS TO ONLY
12% OF TOTAL LAND REQUIREMENT
THE BANGALORE METRO IS ACQUIRING 138
ACRES OF CENTRAL GOVT. LAND: OUT OF WHICH
102 ACRES OF DEFENCE LAND HAS ALREADY
BEEN RELEASED.
28 acres of private land acquisition : final stage
CURRENT STATUS OF
LAND .
A. 26 ACRES OF LAND BELONGS TO
NATIONAL POWER CORPORATION OF
INDIA LTD : PURCHASED

B. 4 ACRES OF HINDUSTAN AERONAUTICS


LTD.
LAND : UNDER TRANSFER

ACQUISITION OF REMAINING 6 ACRES IS


STILL IN PROGRESS.
CARRYING CAPACITY
The Bangalore Metro has been designed for a
capacity of 40,000 PHPDT.
The number of passengers expected to travel
on the
metro everyday is 10.20 lakhs in 2011

and 16.10 lakhs in 2021.


COMFORTABLE
TRAVEL..priceless
The Bangalore Metro comes with a package
deal.
Comfortable
quick, safer and economical
its energy requirement per passenger km. is
only one-fifth of that of road based systems.
 Commuters can breathe easy, there will be
no air pollution as the system runs on electric
power. The economic rate of return is 22.3%
Phase : 1
North-South Corridor (The Green Route, 23.7km)
Stations: Hesaraghatta Cross, T Dasarahalli, Jalahalli,
Peenya Industrial Area, Peenya Village, Outer Ring
Road, Yeshwantpur, Mahalakshmi Layout, Rajajinagar,
Malleswaram, Swastik, Majestic, Chickpet, City Market,
K R Road, South End Circle, Jayanagar, R V Road,
Banashankari, J P Nagar, Puttenahalli.

East-West Corridor (The Violet Route, 18.1km)


Stations: Baiyappanahalli, Old Madras Road, C M H
Road, Ulsoor, Trinity Circle, M G Road, Cricket
Stadium, Vidhana Soudha, Central College, Majestic,
City Railway Station, Magadi Road, Tollgate, Hosahalli,
Vijayanagar, Deepanjalinagar, Mysore Road
Description of First
Phase:-
The first phase of the Bangalore Metro consists of two lines
of electrified double track.

3. The first one, East– West, will be 18km long and the second, North
– South, 15 km long.
4. They will cross at Majestic station. The greatest part will be
elevated, except for 6.7 km underground near Majestic station,
City Railway Station, Vidhana Souda and City Market.
5. The project is partly funded by the Japanese Bank for International
Cooperation (JBIC).
6. The project management team would give assistance to the owner
BMRC on all aspects of the project, in particular : supervision and
commissioning of works, monitoring of quality, integration of the
metro with the other modes of transport in Bangalore city.
7. The contract period is till December 2012.
8. Bangalore is the third Indian metropolis, after Delhi and Mumbay,
to choose SYSTRA for its metro project. SYSTRA is also recognised
in India for its know-how concerning major civil works (Signature
Bridge, Chambal Bridge, Pragati Maidan Bridge).
Phase II

Lines built during Phase-I are likely to be


extended further. The Technology clusters in
the South & East of the City are planned to be
connected with Yelahanka in the North. Route
alignments are yet to be finalized
BMRTL for the project
are:-
4,126 sq mt of Central Bus Sand in Majestic.
On MG Road the project will use 14 sq mt of Nalli
Silks and 25 sq mt of Land Mark building.
210 sq mt of IOC petrol bunk near Trinity Circle.
Trinity Complex, Megdooth Motors, Police
Quarters on Ulsoor Road.
Part of Govt Kannada Primary School at
Srirampuram, Govt Urdu School at Chickpet.
74 sq mt of Bangalore Hospital on RV Road.
4,320 sq mt of Mysore Mills behind Maharaja
Mills.
119,000 sq mt of private industry land on
Tumkur Road
REFERENCE:
sources collected from
http://www.google.com
http://www.businesstandard.com
http://www.karnataka.com
http://www.bmrc.com
http://www.thehindu.com
http://www.youtube.com
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