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HIGH SPEED RAIL CORRIDOR. DELHI-AGRA-LUCKNOW-VARANASI-PATNA. International Seminar on "High Speed Trains in India - Issues & Options“ 1st & 2nd February 2013 New Delhi. General. Vision 2020 identified 6 HSR corridors for pre-feasibility study (PFS)

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High speed rail corridor

HIGH SPEED RAIL CORRIDOR

DELHI-AGRA-LUCKNOW-VARANASI-PATNA

International Seminaron"High Speed Trains in India - Issues & Options“1st & 2nd February 2013New Delhi.


General
General

  • Vision 2020 identified 6 HSR corridors for pre-feasibility study (PFS)

  • Delhi-Agra-Lucknow-Varanasi-Patna is the longest Corridor

  • 1000+ km long corridor passes through densely populated, Northern India’s fertile Gangetic Planes

  • Connects Delhi with all major cities of UP and Bihar’s capital Patna;

  • These cities are also important historical and religious tourist destinations

  • Kanpur, Allahabad and Mathura are other major cities on the corridor


General1
GENERAL

  • Mott Macdonald selected for PFS; Submitted report in 2011

  • JICA submitted a report on HSR between Delhi-Agra-Kanpur in 1987; Speed in the range of 250 kmph

  • Project dropped in 2001 perhaps because of high cost and financial unviability


Existing transport infrastructure
Existing Transport Infrastructure

  • The corridor generally lies on the densely saturated Delhi-Kolkata IR trunk route

  • A separate Eastern DFC is being constructed which is expected to free additional capacities for running of passenger trains in the existing IR route

  • All these cities are also well connected by road (NH-2 and other Highways) as well as airports

  • Yamuna Expressway ( 6 lane road) between Delhi – Agra opened in 2012


Noida-Agra Yamuna Expressway

  • Access Controlled, 6-lane, upgradable to 8 lane


Noida-Agra Yamuna Expressway

  • 165 KM ; Total Cost Rs 13300 Crores ( @ Rs 80

  • Cr/KM)

  • 100 mts wide right of way


Noida-Agra Yamuna Expressway

  • A Greenfield airport proposed along the expressway


Noida-Agra Yamuna Expressway

  • Liberal property development rights to promoter Jaypee group

  • A number of residential and commercial real estate projects

  • coming up


Conditions for suitability of hsr corridor
Conditions for suitability of HSR Corridor

  • Existence of populous cities in the mid distance range of 200-800 km, having high and concentrated demand for travel

  • High disposable income and paying capacity of the travelling public

  • Existing transport infrastructure are saturated

  • High GDP growth rate

    Other Factors

  • Non availability of cheap, local source of oil in plenty

  • Airports are located far from city centres

  • Increasing environmental and sustainability concerns






Suitability of hsr in indian context1
Suitability of HSR in Indian Context

  • High population density

  • Relatively young age profile

    • Population growth expected to continue

    • Maximum population in working age group (Low Dependency Ratio)

  • A number of urban conglomerates within suitable distance range of 200-800 Km

  • Land becoming a scarce commodity; increasing difficulty in land acquisition

  • Increasing oil import bills to meet the growing demands from roads/airways; This is affecting India’s trade deficit and exchange rate stability.


Delhi-Lucknow-Patna HSR Corridor :

Favourable factor

  • Connects major cities of UP and Bihar with Delhi; Heavy travel demand in the corridor

  • The cities on the corridor are important historical and religious tourist places

  • Very high population density within the cities as well as catchment area

  • Population growth rate is higher than India average


Delhi-Lucknow-Patna HSR Corridor :

Favourable factor

  • Except for Varanasi all other cities are growing at very fast rate

  • Existing IR corridor, NH-2 and Delhi airport is saturated

  • The region is fertile plain land and people are generally well off

  • Plain land – so civil cost of HSR will be less

  • Land is a scarce commodity; resistance to land acquisition


Delhi-Lucknow-Patna HSR Corridor : Unfavourable factor

  • Many stretch along corridor are low lying and flood prone – elevated corridor required

  • Except Delhi, IT and other high end service and manufacturing industries not well developed

  • River crossings at many locations (major rivers Ganga, Yamuna, Sone)

  • Eastern DFC


Options for hsr in the delhi agra lucknow varanasi patna corridor
Options for HSR in the Delhi-Agra-Lucknow-Varanasi-Patna Corridor

  • Two options

    1) Upgrade the existing rail corridor upto speed of 160-200 kmph, after segregation of DFC

    2) To lay dedicated HSR corridor speed 300-350 KMPH

  • Study shows that though upgrading the existing rail corridor will meet the short/medium term requirement of 5-10 years, considering overall economical rate of return, a dedicated HSR in the corridor is desirable in long term

  • Both conventional and HSR corridor will be required to serve to different segment of customers

  • Existing Railway stations are saturated and congested





Forcast HSR daily paasenger demand in 2045(Trips per day)


Route Alignment

Delhi to Agra

Option 1 - Follows the existing rail corridor to Mathura and Agra.

Option 2 - Initially follows the existing rail corridor to Faridabad

before using a direct (straight line) route to Agra.

Option 3 - Follows the newly constructed Yamuna Express Way

from Greater Noida to Agra

Option 4– Starting at Indira Ghandi Airport, follows a corridor to the

west of Dehli

Option 5– Follows the existing rail corridor via Aligarh.


Route Alignment

Agra to Lucknow

Option 1 - Follows the existing rail corridor via Kanpur

to Lucknow and connects to an intermediate station at Kanpur

Option 2 – Follows a direct (straight line) route between

Agra and Lucknow (avoiding Kanpur)

Option 3 – Follows a direct route to Kanpur and continues on a direct route from Kanpur to Lucknow.


Route Alignment

Lucknow to Varanasi

Option 1 - Follows the existing rail corridor via Sultanpur

Option 2 – Follows a direct (straight line) route

between Lucknow and Varanasi

Option 3 – Follows a direct route to Allahabad and also

a direct route between Allahabad to Varanasi.


Route Alignment

Varanasi to Patna

Option 1 - Follows the existing rail corridor via Arrah

Option 2 – Follows a direct route between Varanasi and Patna

but uses the existing rail corridor east of Varanasi

and also uses the existing rail corridor for the

approach to Patna.


Corridor Map: Distance and Time

  • 500 Km

  • 2 Hrs

  • 7 Hrs

Delhi

  • 1000 Km

  • 4 hrs

  • 12 Hrs

Lucknow

Agra

Kanpur

  • 190 Km

  • 50 minutes

  • 2 Hrs

Patna

Allahabad

Varanasi

  • 780 Km

  • 3 hrs

  • 10 Hrs

HSR time Ex Delhi

Fastest conventional Rail Time


Features of proposed HSR

  • No interoperability with existing IR network

  • Standard Gauge

  • HSR station of Delhi – At PragatiMaidan or close to Nizamuddin

  • Station at other locations at city outskirts


Features of proposed hsr
Features of proposed HSR

  • Indian market is very price sensitive; so it will become essential to keep the fares of HSR about 10-15% less than airfare

  • HSR fare would have to kept in the range of Rs 4-5 per KM

  • Train frequency – every 10 minutes

  • Station dwell time 5 minutes at intermediate stations

  • 10-30 minutes at terminating stations


Technologies

Civil Structure and Track

  • On 6 m high embankment wherever possible, at low lying and congested areas on elevated viaduct

  • Standard GuageBallastless or Slab track track

  • Track seperation 5.3 mts

  • UIC 60 (CEN 60) rail

  • swing nose crossings turnouts that can be operated at 230km/h on the diverted track.

  • Horizontal Curves Radius > 6000 mts


Technologies
Technologies

Rolling Stock

  • Max operating speed 300 kmph (Design Speed – 350)

  • 8/16 car distributed trainset, (energy efficient, reduced energy and weight/passenger, light axle load 12-16 T, HOG, regenerative braking

  • Train length 200/400 mts

  • Passenger Capacity – 650/1300 persons

  • Power requirement – 8.5/17 MW per train

    ( 20-23 kW per Tonne or about 13-15 kW per seat)

  • Acceleration from 0-300 Kmph – 4-5 minutes, 14-16 KM

  • Braking from 300 – 0 Kmph - 3 Minutes, 7-8 KM

  • Articulated/Non articulated bogie


Technologies1
Technologies

Power Supply

  • 2 x 25kV 50hz AC auto transformer feed

  • TSS - Every 50km (approx), Fed from HV supplies at 220kV, 2 x 80MVA transformers at each supply point.

  • Autotransformer system (25-0-25kV), Autotransformers located every 10km (approx)

  • SCADA system provided for control


Technologies

  • Signalling and communications

    • CBTC, In cab signalling, ETCS 2 or ETCS 3

    • (Moving block, high capacity; 3 to 5 min headways)

    • Automatic train control / protection

    • Train detection (Axle counters)

  • Communication – GSM-R

  • TETRA (Voice Communication)

  • Fibre Optic Transmission Network


Operation

  • Year 2020 –

  • Nineteen 8 car units out of which 15 in operation

  • Train frequency every 10 minutes

  • Year 2045 –

  • Forty Eight 16 car units out of which forty four in service

  • Train frequency every 5 minutes

  • Depot Location at Lucknow


  • The terminal station in Delhi will be at PragatiMaidan. A 6-platform station is recommended with additional passive provision to extend this to 8 platforms when passenger demand justifies it. The station platforms are elevated at approximately 8m above ground level and arranged as 2 island platforms and 2 side platforms.

  • Agra station will be at grade and located on the left of the NH-2 (Agra - Kanpur), on the right side of the Yamuna Expressway at the intersection of the YEW and NH2. A 2-platform arrangement is provided at Agra that incorporates a turn back siding.

  • Lucknow station will be at grade and located in proximity to Lucknow Airport along the east part of the National Highway 25 (Lucknow - Kanpur). A 4-platform arrangement is provided which also incorporates a turn back facility.


  • Allahabad station will be at grade and located adjacent to the existing Phaphamau railway station just east of the NH93. A 2- platform station is recommended at Phapaphamu.

  • Varanasi station will be at grade and located in the southern outskirts of the city in proximity to Delhi Public School along State Highway98 near its intersection with SH 74. A 2-platform station arrangement is recommended at Varanasi, incorporating a turn back siding.

  • Patna station will be at grade and located at the site of the Airport (which will be vacated) in close proximity of Phulwari Sharif railway station. A 4 platform terminal station is recommended.


Finance

  • Cost – Rs 100 to 110 Crs per Route KM with land acquisition

  • - Rs 80-85 Crs per route Km without land acquisition

  • Unit Cost

  • Embankment – Rs 10 Cr/Km

  • Elevated Viaduct - Rs 50/KM

  • Bridge - Rs 500/Km

  • Tunnel - Rs 600/Km

  • Trainset ( 8 car) – Rs 220 Cr

  • O&M Cost Rs 0.5 per passenger KM (other than rolling stock)

  • Economic Rate of Return – 18-21%

  • Financial Rate of Return - 10-12%


Conclusion

  • Upgrading of existing IR Delhi-Kolkata line may work for short/medium term of 10 yrs

  • In long term dedicated HSR is essential for the corridor

  • The HSR should be on standard gauge

  • Mobilizing huge initial capital investment will be a big challenge. PPP route is suggested. Still Govt will have to provide for VGF and counter guarantee for Loan

  • To attract private players PPP framework should allocate risk judiciously.


Conclusion

  • Adequate provision for non farebox revenue by way of property development and rentals to keep the ticket price competitive

  • HSR should come up as part of overall development package including land-use, integrated transport. State government would have to play active part.

  • Associated benefits of HSR along with increased tax revenue to Govt would pay off for the initial capital investment.




TGV, France

ICE, Germany


Overseas HSR

  • Spain has several HSR routes open or under construction totalling over 1000 km

  • Japan opened the world’s first HSR in 1964, the Tokyo to Osaka Shinkansen, which has since been expanded (now over 2400 km)

Alaris, Spain

ShinkansenJapan





Technologies

  • Track, Civils and Power

    • Continuously welded rail

    • Resilient trackform (quieter)

    • Viaducts, tunnels common

    • Substantially straight

    • Fairly large gradients

    • Dedicated – no mixed train types, little or no freight

    • 50kV autotransformer OLE

    • Nuclear powered….in France.


  • World Bank Study: High-Speed Rail: The FastTrack to EconomicDevelopment?,Paul Amos, Dick Bullock, and JitendraSondhi, July 2010

  • Most linesat least recovertheir operating and maintenance costs

  • Difficult to recover capital costsfrompassenger revenues alone, but there are strongsocio-economiceffects:



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