Namma RailuA Proposal for Commuter Rail Service inBengaluruByPraja-RAAG 1
Praja-RAAG The offline Research Analysis & Advocacy Group of Praja.in, an internet based networking platform that ai...
NAMMA BENGALURU TODAY JAMALURU? Photo Courtesy Bangal...
WHY SO?In 2011 By 20309.8 Million Double 18 Million4.1 Million Septuple (7 times) ...
HOW DID WE GET HERE? Phenomenal Sudden Explosion ...
PROPOSAL – NAMMA RAILUBENGALURU COMMUTER RAIL SERVICE (CRS) Praja-RAAG 6
BENGALURU CRS FEATURES • 405 Km in length ...
CRS IN COMPARISON CRS* Metro* Monorail ∏ HSRL ∏Daily Ridership 20,0...
4 TIMES THE NETW0RK @ 1/5 OF THE COST Namma Metro ...
NR PROMISE – SUSTAINABLE MASS TRANSIT SYSTEM Benefits 18 Million people in the catchment areas Supporting 2 mill...
NR PROMISE – MOVING GROWTH BEYOND BENGALURU 8 Parliamentary Constituencies  Bangalore South, North, Central, Rur...
MAJOR EDUCATIONAL, INDUSTRIAL, BUSINESS HUBS Praja-RAAG 12
NR PROMISE – ECONOMIC RETURNS Total Economic Returns - 6 times of investment  48,000 crores in economic return ...
2012 RITES REPORT ON CRSIn 2011 DULT retained RITES, a GOI Enterprise, to evaluatethe existing and future infrastructure n...
THE BALL IS NOW IN STATE GOVERNMENT COURT Time now for Govt. of Karnataka to act  Accept RITES report in its entiret...
Transportation is not a technical problem. It is not an infrastructure problem. It is not even a financial problem. Mos...
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Namma Railu - The Proposal for Commuter Rail Service in Bangalore

Presentation given at "Connecting the Dots - Conversation on Sustainability, Social Good and Us" seminar held at "Jaaga" on January 26th, 2013.
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  • 1. Namma RailuA Proposal for Commuter Rail Service inBengaluruByPraja-RAAG 1
  • 2. Praja-RAAG The offline Research Analysis & Advocacy Group of Praja.in, an internet based networking platform that aims to be a bridge between the ‘Praja’ and those who serve them. RAAG takes up some of the issues from the portal to network with various stakeholders with a view to making the idea acceptable & mainstream. Praja-RAAG 2
  • 3. NAMMA BENGALURU TODAY JAMALURU? Photo Courtesy Bangalore Mirror Bangalore Traffic Police Praja-RAAG 3
  • 4. WHY SO?In 2011 By 20309.8 Million Double 18 Million4.1 Million Septuple (7 times) 30 Million Praja-RAAG 4
  • 5. HOW DID WE GET HERE? Phenomenal Sudden Explosion Increase in of Private Vehicles Population20 Limitations of 35 18 30.318 Road Surface 3016 1514 25 12 19.212 20 9.510 15 8 6.5 6 10 6.9 4 4 5 1.6 2 0 Jams 0 2001 2011 2015 2025 2030 2001 2011 2015 2025 2030 Grid locks Vehicles (In Millions) Population (in Millions) Source – BTP, praja.in Source – 2012 RITES Report on CRS Praja-RAAG 5
  • 6. PROPOSAL – NAMMA RAILUBENGALURU COMMUTER RAIL SERVICE (CRS) Praja-RAAG 6
  • 7. BENGALURU CRS FEATURES • 405 Km in length • 70-100 Km in radius Reach • Connects Bengaluru City suburbs in all directions • 1-11/2 Hr commute times Reliability • Exclusive ‘Right of way’ • No Road induced grid locks • 5-10 Minute Frequency Predictability • On time Arrival & Departure • Round the clock Schedule Praja-RAAG 7
  • 8. CRS IN COMPARISON CRS* Metro* Monorail ∏ HSRL ∏Daily Ridership 20,00,000 10,50,000 1,50,000 30,000Length 405 Kms 115 Kms 60 Kms 35 KmsTotal Cost Rs. 8,000 Cr Rs. 38,000 Cr Rs. 8,400 Cr Rs. 6000 CrConstruction Cost(Per Kilometer) Rs 15-20 Cr Rs. 200-400 Cr Rs. 150 Cr Rs. 180-200 Cr Data Source * - 2012 RITES Report on CRS ∏ - News Media Praja-RAAG 8
  • 9. 4 TIMES THE NETW0RK @ 1/5 OF THE COST Namma Metro Coverage Network – 115 Kms Cost – 38,000 Crs Commuter Rail Coverage Network – 405 Kms Cost – 8,000 Crs Metro CRS Routes Routes Praja-RAAG 9
  • 10. NR PROMISE – SUSTAINABLE MASS TRANSIT SYSTEM Benefits 18 Million people in the catchment areas Supporting 2 million commuters per day, increase from 1.5 lakhs at present. Taking the burden of 30% of the public transport trips Works as high density urban transit system Work as sub-urban commuter system Offers reliability, on time arrival/departure Offers comfort, savings to commuters Offers relief on city roads Savings in fuel, time, energy Praja-RAAG 10
  • 11. NR PROMISE – MOVING GROWTH BEYOND BENGALURU 8 Parliamentary Constituencies  Bangalore South, North, Central, Rural, Tumkur, Chikballapur, Kolar and Mandya 47 Assembly Constituencies Benefiting 18 Million people in the catchment areas Developing new growth centers – Towns around Affordable housing in towns and still be able to commute to B’lore for work Low cost real estate, labor for small business, industries Affordable goods transportation choice to Bengaluru and Beyond Benefits all, i.e. poor, middle class, rich Access to Schools/Colleges, Hospitals, Shopping, Recreational centers Praja-RAAG 11
  • 12. MAJOR EDUCATIONAL, INDUSTRIAL, BUSINESS HUBS Praja-RAAG 12
  • 13. NR PROMISE – ECONOMIC RETURNS Total Economic Returns - 6 times of investment  48,000 crores in economic return on an investment of 8000 crores. Business Sales - 3 times of investment Income to GOK in Taxes - 1500 crores per annum Savings in the lieu of other PT projects – 10,000 crores Employment generation in construction, operations of CRS Will stimulate economic growth in adjacent towns Scope for upward mobility of poor and economic weaker sections Will facilitate poverty alleviation efforts in urban and rural areas of Bengaluru Praja-RAAG 13
  • 14. 2012 RITES REPORT ON CRSIn 2011 DULT retained RITES, a GOI Enterprise, to evaluatethe existing and future infrastructure needed for CRSIn June 2012, RITES submitted its report  More than Techno-Feasibility Report  Endorses the proposal for introducing CRS in Bengaluru  Makes the case for immediate need for CRS backed by data  Lists the gaps, shortcomings in existing railway infrastructure  Lists the works that would enhance railway capacity by almost double  Discusses the Cost, Return Value, Implementation strategies  Laid out a ‘Road Map’ for CRS Implementation Discussed and Considered by UDD, IDD  Now under consideration with Chief Secretary  CS to recommend the proposal to CM Praja-RAAG 14
  • 15. THE BALL IS NOW IN STATE GOVERNMENT COURT Time now for Govt. of Karnataka to act  Accept RITES report in its entirety  Make a proposal to GOI, Railways  Propose and start the process to form SPV  Start the process for CRS implementation  Formal Project Scope  Abstract Estimates  Techno-Economic Survey Reports  In interim get railways to start additional services on CRS routes immediately Praja-RAAG 15
  • 16. Transportation is not a technical problem. It is not an infrastructure problem. It is not even a financial problem. Most often it is a political problem Praja-RAAG 16

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