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  1. LAND PORTS AUTHORITY OF INDIA Transport Connectivity including Transit Facilitation in South and South-West Asia Y S Shahrawat 09 December 2013 Lahore

  2. LAND PORTS AUTHORITY OF INDIA • Asia’s largest Railway network • World’s second largest managed by single organization • Contribution of traffic by Rail route- • Freight – 36% • Passenger –20%

  3. LAND PORTS AUTHORITY OF INDIA • Total length- 33 lakhkms • Contribution of traffic by Road route- • Freight – 65% • Passenger – 80% • National Highways -1.7% of the road network but carry 40% of the road traffic. • Number of vehicles growing at 10% per annum (last five years).

  4. LAND PORTS AUTHORITY OF INDIA SEQUENCE OF PRESENTATION • LPAI- Facts • Genesis, Mission , Vision • ICP- Phase I • ICP- Phase II

  5. LAND PORTS AUTHORITY OF INDIA GENESIS • Poor and Inadequate Infrastructure. • Deficient Facilities. • Pilferage, Theft, Inconvenience. • Evasion of Taxes, Duties, Octroi etc. • Law and Order Issues. • Lack of Co-ordination. • Poor Image and Impression.

  6. PETRAPOLE- CHOKED TRAFFIC LAND PORTS AUTHORITY OF INDIA ATTARI – PASSENGERS WALKING WITH THEIR BAGGAGE AGARTALA CUSTOM STATION RAXAUL- CUSTOMS OFFICE IN THE MIDDLE OF MARKET PLACE DAWKI - CONSTRAINED WAITING AREA

  7. LAND PORTS AUTHORITY OF INDIA FUNCTIONS • Develop and manage the facilities for cross border movement of passengers, cargo and vehicles. • Set up roads, terminals, warehouses, parking and office buildings. • Space and facilities to regulatory agencies, banks, post office, tourist info center etc.

  8. FUNCTIONS-contd.. LAND PORTS AUTHORITY OF INDIA • Install goods handling, communication, security and scanning equipments. • Put in place systems to address security imperatives. • Co-ordination among all the authorised agencies at the ICP.

  9. LAND PORTS AUTHORITY OF INDIA AGENCIES AT ICP • LPA OF INDIA • CUSTOMS • IMMIGRATION • PLANT QUARANTINE • HUMAN QUARANTINE • FOOD TESTING • CWC (CUSTODIAN) • BANK • POLICE • SECURITY

  10. LAND PORTS AUTHORITY OF INDIA FACILITIES FOR PASSENGERS • Bus Service • Money Exchange • CCTV • Facilitation • X-RAY • Parking and Taxi • Cafeteria • Seating • Health Check • Wash Room • Prayer Room • Child Care Room

  11. LAND PORTS AUTHORITY OF INDIA FACILITIES AT CARGO TERMINAL • Ware House • Cargo Customs Building • Telephone, Post office, Bank, Cafeteria etc., • Cargo Scanner & Under Carriage Scanner (Proposed) • Electronic Weigh Bridge • CC TV • Inspection Sheds • Refrigerated Shed • Confiscated Goods Shed • Quarantine Block

  12. LAND PORTS AUTHORITY OF INDIA MISSION • Flagship Project. • Single window facility. • Smooth movement of passengers. • Seamless, Smooth, Safe & Secure movement of cargo. • State of the art facilities.

  13. LAND PORTS AUTHORITY OF INDIA MISSION - contd.. • Cheap, Fast and Efficient clearance of goods. • Adequate storage space. • Reduce transport and transaction cost. • Decrease informal trade. • Modern and vibrant India.

  14. VISION LAND PORTS AUTHORITY OF INDIA • Increase bilateral & transit trade. • Generate employment and wealth. • Boost investments and opportunities. • Travel and Tourism.

  15. LAND PORTS AUTHORITY OF INDIA ICPLOCATIONS PHASE-I PHASE-II

  16. INTEGRATED CHECK POST PROJECTS PHASE I & II Land Ports Authority of India Ministry of Home Affairs, Government of India PHASE - I PHASE - II ATTARI - WAGAH RUPAI DIHA - NEPALGANJ SUNAULI - BHAIRAHAWA CHANGRABANDHA - BURIMARI RAXAUL - BIRGANJ JOGBANI - BIRATNAGAR DAWKI - TAMABIL SUTARKHANDI - SHEOLA HILI - HILI MOREH - TAMU AGARTALA - AKHAURA PETRAPOLE - BENAPOLE KAWARPUCHIAH - THEGAMUKH

  17. With thanks: Land Ports Authority of India Government of India Ministry of Home Affairs Deptt. of Border Management New Delhi