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NATIONAL TRANSPORT STRATEGY. INTERNATIONAL BENCHMARKS. \% OF TRIPS BY PUBLIC TRANSPORT. Source: TEPA & JICA Report (Oct. ‘91) & LTA Singapore. INTERNATIONAL COMPARISON OF ROAD TRANSPORT AVAILABILITY. Sources: Foreign Missions, Government Transport Authorities.

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of trips by public transport
% OF TRIPS BY PUBLIC TRANSPORT

Source: TEPA & JICA Report (Oct. ‘91) & LTA Singapore

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INTERNATIONAL COMPARISON OF ROAD TRANSPORT AVAILABILITY

Sources: Foreign Missions, Government Transport Authorities

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CURITIBA’S TRANSPORT MODEL

Salient Features:

1. Population 1.6m, Bus System Carries 800,000 Passengers per Day

2. No Government Subsidies

3. Despite 1 Car for Every 3 Persons, 75% Commuters Use Buses

4. Efficient & Environment Friendly - 30 % Less Fuel Consumption

5. Less Capital Intensive than LRT; $40m vs $400m

Key Success Factors:

1. Privately Operated in the Organized Sector

2. Dedicated Fast Bus Lanes

3. Reserved Space for Loading/Unloading

4. Strategic Deployment of High Capacity Buses (270 Seater)

Sources: Research Papers, Articles, Internet

trips carried out by lahore citizens
Buses

Taxi/Rickshaw

Vans

5%

2%

9%

Cars

12%

Motorcycle

12%

Pedestrians

Cycle

Animal Drawn

51%

7%

2%

TRIPS CARRIED OUT BY LAHORE CITIZENS

Source: JICA 1991

existing situation in pakistan
EXISTING SITUATION IN PAKISTAN
  • 1- NO STANDARDS OF:
    •  QUALITY  SERVICE
    •  SCHEDULING  MAINTENANCE

2- MAJOR SOURCE OF POLLUTION & ACCIDENTAL DEATHS

3- UN-ORGANIZED SECTOR OPERATING OBSOLETE & OVERCROWDED VEHICLES

4- 17 GOVERNMENT DEPARTMENTS MANAGING TRANSPORT

5- BADLY REGULATED WITH LITTLE ENFORCEMENT

6- LACK OF APPROPRIATE INFRASTRUCTURE

national transport strategy1

NATIONAL TRANSPORT STRATEGY

Approved & Announced May 27, 1999 via

Gazette Notification 6 (68) DS (E&F) / 98

prime minister s transport vision
PRIME MINISTER’sTRANSPORT VISION

An integrated, efficient, economically sustainable and market-driven quality urban transport system, which:

1. Meets the 21st century needs of the citizens of Pakistan.

2. Supports rapid economic development.

3. Protects the environment.

proposed transport system
PROPOSED TRANSPORT SYSTEM

NATIONAL TRANSPORT BOARD

PROVINCIAL TRANSPORT AUTHORITIES - CITY LEVEL

FARE REGULATORY COMMISSION

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BUS DEPOT

BUS COMPANY

FAST

FREQUENT

RELIABLE

COMFORTABLE

SAFE

AFFORDABLE

RETURNS

RISK

REGULA-TORY ENVIRO-NMENT

LAW & ORDER

RAIL SYSTEM

LRT

METRO SYSTEM

MRT

TAXI FRANCH-ISE

TAXIS/RICKSHAW

PRIVATE CARS

PRIVATE CARS

SUPPLIERS OF EQUIPMENT/SERVICES

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FUNCTIONS/STRUCTURE OF PTA

PTA-City Level

POLICY &

ENGINEERING &

LICENCING

&

PLANNING

TRAFFIC

SYSTEM

MANAGEMENT

MONITORING

Planning the present &

Survey, Design & Co-

Vehicle Registration

·

·

·

future Urban / Inter-

ordinate Implementation

Route Allocation using NTB’s system

city Transport needs

of Infrastructure

·

Develop Proposals for

Road & Traffic

·

·

Industry Operating

Management

Vehicle Fitness

·

Standards for Approval

by NTB

Incorporate Latest

Training & Licensing

·

·

Transport Technology

of Drivers

Public Transport Police

·

Enforcement Unit

·

CORPORATE SERVICES

INTERNAL AUDIT

functions structure of ntb
FUNCTIONS/STRUCTURE OF NTB

N T B

INVESTMENT

CELL

POLICY IMPLEMENTATION

CELL

TECHNOLOGY & MANAGEMENT CELL

  • Establishment of PTAs in Provinces
  • Ensure Policy Standardisation across Provinces
  • Monitor Implementation of PM’s Transport Policy
  • Standardisation of Vehicles & Operating Standards.
  • Organisational Development of PTAs and Bus Operators
  • Arrange Transfer of Technology to PTAs & Bus Operators
  • Develop Local Manufacturers & Vendors
  • Attract Foreign Bus Operating Companies
  • Attract Foreign Vehicle Manufacturing Companies
  • Attract Local & Overseas Pakistani Investors
members of ntb
MEMBERS OF NTB

1. Prime Minister of Pakistan Chairman

2. Minister of Finance Federal Representative

3. Minister of Communication Federal Representative

4. Chief Minister, Baluchistan Provincial Representative

5. Chief Minister, N.W.F.P Provincial Representative

6. Chief Minister, Punjab Provincial Representative

7. Chief Minister/ Governor, Sindh Provincial Representative

8. Chairman SMEDA Secretary

SMEDA will act as the Secretariat of NTB

fare regulatory commission
FARE REGULATORY COMMISSION

OBJECTIVE

  • AFFORDABILITY WITHIN A COMMERCIALLY VIABLE SYSTEM

CHARTER

  • INDEPENDENT COMMISSION TO REGULATE FARES ON THE VARIOUS ROUTES

STRUCTURE

  • TEN MEMBER BOARD; EIGHT FROM THE PRIVATE SECTOR, TWO FROM THE GOVERNMENT
  • PRIVATE SECTOR MEMBERS SELECTED FROM RELEVANT NOTABLES FROM RESPECTIVE CITIES
buses required based on 70 passenger bus
BUSES REQUIRED(BASED ON 70 PASSENGER BUS)

Sources: Foreign Missions, Government Transport Authorities

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TOTAL TRANSPORT STRATEGY

Prime Minister’s

Urban

Transport Vision

CAPITAL

MANAGEMENT TECHNOLOGY

REGULATORY FRAMEWORK

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