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OVERVIEW OF CHENNAI METRO RAIL LIMITED PHASE 1. 1. CHENNAI CITY MAP. 2. PRESENT TRAFFIC SCENARIO IN CHENNAI CITY. 3. Main Arterial Roads In Chennai City. Anna Salai / Mount Road E V R Salai / Poonamalle High Road Inner Ring Road / Jawaharlal Nehru Road/100 feet Road. 4.

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main arterial roads in chennai city
Main Arterial Roads In Chennai City

Anna Salai / Mount Road

E V R Salai / Poonamalle High Road

Inner Ring Road /

Jawaharlal Nehru Road/100 feet Road

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distribution of road net work in chennai city right of way row
Distribution Of Road Net Work In Chennai CityRight Of Way (ROW)

* ROW of 84 % of the city roads <20 m

** Out of this 57.83km, Phase I Metro will run through 40km

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CHENNAI CITY LIMTS

share of public transport
Share Of Public Transport

The share of public transport has reduced

1992- 60%

2003- 53%

2008- 41%

Ideally this should be 70%

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Road vehicles, especially two wheelers have substantially increased.

Whereas the infrastructure facilities of the city not proportionately increased.

Due to increase in vehicle population, the average journey time has increased

Growth of Vehicle Population

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Present Scenario of Transport Infrastructure

26%

3%

71%

  • Chennai is the fourth- largest city in India with a population of about 8 million
  • 11 million trips in a day, of which about 6 million vehicular trip
  • Many areas in city and suburbs are not served by rail based system
  • Suburban and MRTS traffic have increased, but NOT in tune with the traffic demand
  • Rail network expansion failed to keep pace with demand resulting in severe congestion on road network & Environmental pollution
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the options are
The options are…………

1. ROAD BASED SYSTEM

2. RAIL BASED MASS TRANSIT SYSTEM

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road based system
ROAD BASED SYSTEM

Widening of Roads

Involves large scale land and building acquisition in the heart of the City- not feasible

Elevated Bus bay system

Dedicated bus bays/expressways not feasible because: -numerous existing flyovers ;

-city landscape intervened with commercial/residential buildings and walkways

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rail based mass transit system
RAIL BASED MASS TRANSIT SYSTEM

Mono Rail:

Suitable as a feeder service

Limited capacity <10000 phpdt

Light Rail Transit (LRT):

Suitable for low to medium capacity traffic

between 10000 and 25000 phpdt

The arterial roads of Chennai is already having traffic

in the order of 30000phpdt and growing steadily

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rail based mass transit system1
RAIL BASED MASS TRANSIT SYSTEM

Medium Capacity Metro System

Suitable for traffic demand of 30000-40000 phpdt

Most economically suited system for the saturated corridors of the Chennai City

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advantages of metro system
Advantages of Metro System

Requires 1/5th energy per passenger km compared to road based system

More reliable, Comfortable and Safer

Fully air conditioned

Carries same amount of traffic as 7 lanes of bus traffic or 22 lanes of private cars

Reduces journey time by 50 to75%

Washermanpet to Airport

-by road will take 90 to 100 minutes

-Metro Rail will take 45 minutes

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advantages of metro system1
Advantages of Metro System

Tangible & non Tangible Savings

Socio Economic Benefits

Vehicle operating costs (VOC) saved

Passenger time saved

Less air and noise pollution

Reduction in number of road accidents

Reduction in Road infrastructure and consequent maintenance

Chennai city will be placed in global Metro map

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chennai metro selection of corridor
CHENNAI METRO SELECTION OF CORRIDOR

Detailed Feasibility Study was carried out, and 7 (Seven) corridors prioritised

Detailed traffic survey was done for the 3 (Three) main corridors

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chennai metro selection of corridor1
CHENNAI METRO SELECTION OF CORRIDOR

Corr 7

Corr 1

Corr3

Corr2

Corr 6

Corr 4

Corr 5

Corr 3

Corr 1

chennai metro selection of corridor2
CHENNAI METRO SELECTION OF CORRIDOR
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CORRIDOR - 1

Airport - GST Road- Anna Salai- Central - Broad Way- Washermanpet- Tiruvottiur

CORRIDOR - 2

Alandur - JN Road - Koyambedu - EVR Salai - Egmore - Chennai Central - Fort – Beach Station

CORRIDOR - 3

Ambattur - Ring Road - Arcot Road - Panagal Park - Eldams

Road- Luz Church Road - RK Mutt Road - Adyar Bridge - Lattice

Bridge Road -Thiruvanmiyur

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Govt. decided to take up Corridor 1 & Corridor 2, under Phase-I based on maximum ridership

Subsequently both these corridors slightly modified-extent reduced.

Corridor 3 will be taken up under Phase-II

Extension of Corridor 1 (to Tiruvottiyur) will be taken up shortly

CHENNAI METRO

SELECTION OF CORRIDOR

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CHENNAI METRO RAIL ALIGNMENT

U/G Station

Elevated Station

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chennai metro rail project phase i
Chennai Metro Rail Project Phase I

Largest infrastructure project ever in Tamil Nadu

Cost - Rs. 14,600 Crores (US $ 3.2 Billion)

59% funding from Japan International Cooperation Agency, 20% by Central Govt. and 21% by State Govt.

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implementation module
Implementation Module

A special purpose vehicle formed –

Chennai Metro Rail Limited (CMRL)

Stake Holders- Govt of India and Govt of Tamil Nadu

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chennai metro rail phase 1 salient features

Chennai Metro Rail Phase - 1 Salient Features

1. No of Corridors – 2 Nos

2. Route length

3. No. of Stations

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CONNECTIVITY TO BUS STATIONS

WASHERMANPET BUS STATION

ESPLANADE BUS STATION

KOYAMBEDU INTERSTATE BUS TERMINUS

SAIDAPET BUS STATION

PROPOSED ST.THOMAS MOUNT BUS STATION

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integration with other modes of transport1
Integration with other modes of Transport
  • Chennai Mofussil Bus Terminus (CMBT) Koyambedu
  • Largest Interstate Bus Terminus in Asia
  • Handle over 2000 Buses / Day
  • (270 buses parked at a time)
  • Handle over 2 lakh Passengers / Day
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CONNECTIVITY TO CHENNAI AIRPORT

PROPOSED AIRPORT STATION

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Integration with other modes of Transport

  • Chennai International Airport
  • Rs. 2000 Crore Expansion and Modernization of Domestic and International Airports is on going
  • Target handling capacity in 2011 - 23 million passengers per annum or 66,000 passengers per day
  • Expected traffic flow to Airport in 2011- 1 lakh / day
  • Cannot be handled by Road
  • CHENNAI METRO the only alternative
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INTEGRATION WITH EXISTING SUB-URBAN AND MRTS STATIONS

WASHERMANPET

WASHERMANPET METRO STATION

CORRIDOR 1

CORRIDOR 2

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INTEGRATION WITH EXISTING SUB-URBAN AND MRTS STATIONS

HIGH COURT

FORT STATION

CORRIDOR 1

CORRIDOR 2

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HIGH COURT

ELEVATED SKY WALK FROM HIGHCOURT STATION TO FORT STATION FOOT BRIDGE

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INTEGRATION WITH EXISTING SUB-URBAN AND MRTS STATIONS

CHENNAI CENTRAL

CENTRAL METRO STATION

CORRIDOR 1

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CORRIDOR 2

chennai central
CHENNAI CENTRAL

SUB URBAN (MMC)

MMTC Suburban Station

4.75 lakh passengers / day

Chennai Central Station

(long distance)

1.75 lakh passengers / day

Park Suburban Station 4.4 lakh passengers / day

Park MRTS Station 25,000 passengers / day

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INTEGRATION WITH EXISTING SUB-URBAN AND MRTS STATIONS

EGMORE

Egmore Station (long distance) 1.0 lakh passengers / day

EGMORE METRO STATION

CORRIDOR 1

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CORRIDOR2

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INTEGRATION WITH EXISTING SUB-URBAN AND MRTS STATIONS

CHINTHADRIPET

GOVERNMENT ESTATE

CORRIDOR 1

CORRIDOR 2

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government estate
GOVERNMENT ESTATE

NEW SUBWAY CONNECTING THE EXISTING SUBWAY AT ANNA SALAI WITH CHINTHADRIPET MRTS STATION

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INTEGRATION WITH EXISTING SUB-URBAN AND MRTS STATIONS

GUINDY METRO STATION

CORRIDOR 1

CORRIDOR 2

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INTEGRATION WITH EXISTING SUB-URBAN AND MRTS STATIONS

INTEGRATED STATION FOR MRTS AND METRO

ST. THOMAS MOUNT

CORRIDOR 1

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CORRIDOR 2

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Chennai Metro Technical Details

  • Length of the route : 20.5 km (Elevated)
  • : 23.5 km (Under Ground)
  • Gauge (standard) : 1.435m
  • Tunnel Dia : 5.8m (Internal Diameter)
  • Traction Power : 25 Kv A.C
  • Rail Profile :60kg (UIC 60)
  • Track Structure : Slab Track / Plinth
  • Track Centre (Under Ground) : 14.05m / 14.50m
  • Track Centre (Elevated) : 4.10m
  • Car Depot location : Koyambedu

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INSIDE VIEW OF TUNNEL

Inside View of Tunnel

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cross section of a typical cross passage
Cross Section of a typical Cross Passage

Cross Passages are provided every 244m

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Typical Elevated Station

Construction by Station Contractor

Construction by Viaduct Contractor

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progress civil contracts
Progress - Civil Contracts

Elevated :

- 3 Viaduct contracts – work in progress

- 2 Elevated station contracts (10 stations)- awarded

- 2 Elevated station contracts ( 3 stations)- tender will be called for shortly

- Depot – Tender return early August 2010

Under Ground :

- 5 Contract packages (19 stations and 18km tunnels)- Tender return early August 2010

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progress systems contracts
Progress - Systems Contracts

- Rolling Stock – Bid evaluation

- Power Supply and Overhead Equipment, Track Works - Call for Tender

- Signaling, Platform Screen Doors and Telecommunication,

Lifts and Escalators – Tender will be called for shortly

- Tunnel Ventilation and Under Ground Station Air Conditioning System, AFC Equipment – P Q Evaluation

Physical Work Completion for

Elevated Portion: 2012 -13

Underground Portion: 2014-15

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chennai metro future works corridor 1 extension to tiruvottiyur
Chennai Metro – Future WorksCorridor 1 Extension to Tiruvottiyur

Preliminary study completed, Financial Sanction in progress

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chennai metro future works corridors 3 4 feasibility study completed now under active consideration
Chennai Metro – Future WorksCorridors 3 & 4 - Feasibility study completed, now under active consideration

Corr 7

Corr1

Corr3

Corr2

Corr 6

Corr 4

Corr 5

Corr 3

Corr 1

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