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									 Asia BRT Conference

HUBLI-DHARWAD BRTS
      PROJECT
       Presented by:

 Commissioner, DULT
SOME FACTS
 Twin cities separated by about 20                                   INDIA
 km.
                                                                       KARNATAKA
 Single municipal area: 202 sqkm

 Population : 0.94 million(2011)
 Density: 4678 persons per sq.km.                                    NAVALGUND

                                            DHARWAD


 Hubli: commercial centre          and          NAVANAGAR



 business hub of the region.                                 HUBLI

                                                                     KUNDGOL
                                               KALGHATGI

 Dharwad: administrative seat of the
 District and Educational hub of the
                                                  DHARWAD DISTRICT
 region.

Growth direction: along the corridor between the two cities.
 Travel Characteristics

 • Two lane road.
 • Average time taken: Peak period : 64 mins
 • Public transport: main mode.
 • 0.17 million use PT every day.
 • PT operator: NWKRTC, a state government
   undertaking.
 • 6000-7000 PHPDT.

Buses comprises 7 % of total traffic along the corridor;
carry 70 % of the passengers.
 Context
 Project sanctioned for
  widening of two lanes to four
  lanes.
 Overall PT mode share for the
  twin cities: 30%
 Two-wheelers: 67% of total
  vehicles.
 Vehicle growth rate: 9.5 %
 Mobility plan projected drop
  in PT share to 25% by 2028.

Concerns for PT
45% of fleet over-aged, Congested buses, poor infrastructure, lack of
  last mile connectivity.
ISSUES


Wouldn’t widening to four lanes be enough?

Is BRT required at this point of time?
• BRT-land acquisition costs, resettlement
  issues.
   Wouldn’t widening to four lanes be enough?




• Present V/C : 1.3

• Even with 4 laning : V/C > 1 before 2020.

• With BRTS, V/C : 0.84 in 2031.
Is BRT required at all?
BRT-land acquisition; costs, resettlement issues.

 High EIRR( 29.5%)
 Benefits: savings in vehicle operating costs, commuter
 time, benefits due to accident reduction, savings due to
 reduction in carbon emissions etc. Total benefits valued
 at US $ 611 million in present value terms.

 Makeover of PT required to retain present share; to
 attract more commuters.


  Public transport needs focus - NOW not LATER.
  OPERATING COSTS NEED NOT BE SUBSIDIZED.
100.00
 90.00
 80.00      Income from Operations
 70.00
            Operating Cost
 60.00
 50.00
 40.00
 30.00
 20.00
 10.00
  0.00
         2014         2015           2020   2025   2030
Proposed BRTS Corridor
                 BRT                              - NETWORK
DHARWAD
                           NWKRTC                           PROPOSED BRT CORRIDOR: 22.25 Km
                           terminal

                                       Dharwad CBT           Dedicated corridor:21.35 km
     Jubilee circle                                          Mixed traffic: 0.9 km

                                                             FEEDER SERVICE: 19.7 km
                       Karnataka
                       University




                                                                                         Rani
                                                                                         Chennamma
                                                        Navanagar
                                                                                         circle (OCBS)


 N                                    Tarihal
                                      Industrial area                                                        Gopankoppa
                                                                Airport
 LEGEND
                                                                                                            Hubli Rly Station
        BRT Corridor
                                        HUBLI                       Hosur cross                          Hubli CBT
        FEEDER

        Terminal                                                                  Electricity Grid
          Elements of HDBRTS
Dedicated corridor for 21.35 km. In mixed traffic : 0.9km.
Central bus lanes with Median bus stops; Closed system.
Regular/Express services. Passing lanes.
At-level boarding & alighting; Off-board fare collection
 system ; Fare structure: Increase by 16-20% over
 prevalent fares.
Rolling stock: 160 : 12m, 900 mm floor buses;
 articulated buses(30)
Access to the corridor: At-grade pedestrian crossings;
 FOBs, Pelican signals.
Elements of HDBRTS

 Comprehensive development of the city transport
  infrastructure:
    Depots, workshops, terminals both for BRT and
     feeder buses.
    Integration, physical, service, fare, information.
    ITS for BRT, Depot/workshop management, feeder
     services and traffic management.
    Last-mile connectivity.

 Integrated Land use and transport planning.
 Communications and outreach.
               Project financing
Total project Cost including Land acquisition:
  $133.6 million.


               18%
                                       WBLoan
                           35%         GEFgrant
         12%                           GOK grant
                                       SUTF
                                       NWKRTC
            15%                        Cesses/surcharge

                     19%     1%
  INSTITUTIONAL ARRANGEMENT
• Special purpose vehicle created for
  implementing the project: Hubli-Dharwad BRTS
  Company Limited
  – Company registered under the Companies act.
  – Stakeholders represented on the Board of
    Directors.
• BRT bus operations by NWKRTC.
  – Service level agreement between NWKRTC and
    SPV.
   WHERE ARE WE TODAY
• DFR prepared by CEPT University, consultants
  for the project.
• Physical Design : Design of Corridor and Transit
  Infrastructure completed.
• Preparation of RFPs, Bid Documents under way.
• Land Acquisition under progress.
• BRT Corridor work under progress.


 BRT Project completion date: January, 2015.
HDBRTS - SNAPSHOTS




    BRT STATION
           OCBS Hubli                      BRT Workshop, Gokul road, Hubli




Divisional workshop, Airport road, Hubli               BRT depot, Dharwad

								
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