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  • Project: Kerala Sustainable Urban Development Project- Package 01 Sheet 1 of 103 Document: 2007043/ Draft CMP November 2007 Contents Revision: R1

    Comprehensive Mobility Plan, Thiruvananthapuram DSC- 01

    Preface The City Mobility Plan (CMP) for Trivandrum is the core summation of many of the prior studies such as Comprehensive Traffic Study (by NATPAC) 1979, Kerala Urban Development Project (KUDP, World Bank Funded) 1989, Comprehensive Traffic and Transportation Study co-funded by Government of India, the State Government of Kerala and the Local Self Government (LSG) of Trivandrum 2003, and includes the most recent City Development Plan (September 2006) prepared by the LSG in connection with the JNNURM. The draft of the CMP has been discussed in a broad spectrum of the stakeholders, the few of the prominent ones amongst them being the Trivandrum Muncipal Corporation, Kerala State Road Transport Corporation (KSRTC), which is the primary functionary providing urban transport in Trivandrum City, the Town Planning Department, National Transport Planning and Research Centre (NATPAC) head-quartered at Trivandrum, the Public Works Department (PWD) which is the stakeholder providing and maintaining major road networks within the State and Trivandrum and the Kerala Police etc. A workshop organized at Trivandrum by Corporation of Trivandrum and KSUDP on this subject also gave sufficient opportunities to think loudly on these critical subject and the outcome of the workshop have been included in the CMP suiting to ground realities. The option by the KSRTC, of using LNG fuel instead of CNG, in dual-fuel mode along with diesel, are included in this CMP, since implementation of such measures and related components of the CMP will quantify for accessing parallel funding from the Global Environment Facility (GEF) of the World Bank (WB), also. Deliberations have been held on this draft CMP, on 22 October 2007 in Trivandrum with the representatives of the WB (GEF) in presence of ADB and KSUDP officials. Thiruvananthapuram has been chosen as a “Demonstration City” by Government of India in the GEF. The City Development Plan included the proposals of switching over to CNG from diesel. In that sense the newer LNG concept of the KSRTC is complementary to that option. Similarly, the proposal of Town Planning Department’s to introduce “clean technology” buses (battery buses) is convergent upon similar objectives, of reducing pollution on account of Vehicular traffic in Trivandrum City’s roads. Through the generation of consensus on one or few of the many options under consideration is not within the scope of CMP. This CMP gives space for all the options to be considered and hence are included herein. The choices are expected to emerge. Out of the Rs 4000 Crores (or Rs.40,000 million) estimated by the CDP (approved by the LSG Trivandrum, the State Government and the Government of India), the CMP prioritizes 180km of the City Roads from 350km considered. The Thiruvananthapuram Integrated Mass Transport System; which should have begun its Phase II of implementation by 2007 as per the phasing plan contained in the CTTS 2003; and the KSRTC’s LNG conversion plan, are also brought on top of the agenda of the ongoing reforms, since these are expected to have the maximum positive impacts on the urban transport scenario of the Trivandrum City. These three components are envisaged to comprise the ”First Phase” of the Works for which JNNURM funds may be sought, to begin with.

  • Project: Kerala Sustainable Urban Development Project- Package 01 Sheet 2 of 103 Document: 2007043/ Draft CMP November 2007 Contents Revision: R1

    Comprehensive Mobility Plan, Thiruvananthapuram DSC- 01

    The possible implementation options range from preparation of DPR and tendering procedures as per the ADB Guidelines (since this is already in place in the State), the Toolkit for Preparation of DPRs for the JNNURM, Build Operate Transfer (BOT) option or through direct Line Agency actions (e.g., the LNG conversion Actions within KSRTC’s fleet by the KSRTC itself). These major components were also considered in the CMP. Deliberations on modalities to be adopted are currently ongoing at the State and LSG levels. The PMU, PIU and the LSG Trivandrum are deeply involved in the process with the necessary assistances of the TSU and the DSC-1. Contracting options chosen will determine the implementation method. Details of pre-implementation works would emerge from these decisions. The Draft CMP will be placed before the Council of the Trivandrum Corporation for approval. Long term plan and immediate implementable projects have been identified and incorporated, supported by a rough estimate, which would be possible to be implemented co-terminus with the KSUDP time frame.

  • Project: Kerala Sustainable Urban Development Project- Package 01 Sheet 3 of 103 Document: 2007043/ Draft CMP November 2007 Contents Revision: R1

    Comprehensive Mobility Plan, Thiruvananthapuram DSC- 01

    CONTENTS

    List of Figures List of Tables List of Acronyms

    EXECUTIVE SUMMARY 9

    1.0 INTRODUCTION 9 2.0 SURVEYS AND STUDIES 9 3.0 TRAFFIC ANALYSIS AND PROPOSALS 9 4.0 TRAVEL DEMAND MODELING AND FORECAST 9 5.0 CONCEPTUAL ROAD NETWORK PLAN FOR THIRUVANANTHAPURAM 10 6.0 THIRUVANANTHAPURAM INTEGRATED MASS TRANSPORT SYSTEM (TIMTS) 10 7.0 PHASING AND COSTING 10

    CHAPTER 1 11

    INTRODUCTION 11

    1.1 GENERAL 11 1.2 STUDY AREA 12 1.2.1 GENERAL 12 1.2.2 REGIONAL SETTING 12 1.2.3 PHYSICAL CHARACTERISTICS 13 1.2.4 DEMOGRAPHY 13 1.2.5 TRANSPORT SYSTEM CHARACTERISTICS 14

    CHAPTER 2 16

    SURVEYS AND STUDIES 16

    2.1 GENERAL 16 2.2 SURVEY PRELIMINARIES 16 2.2.1 ZONING SYSTEM 16 2.2.2 SCREEN AND CORDON LINES 17 2.2.3 SECONDARY DATA 17 2.2.4 PRIMARY SURVEYS 17

    CHAPTER 3 23

    TRAFFIC ANALYSIS AND PROPOSALS 23

    3.1 GENERAL 23 3.2 AVERAGE DAILY TRAFFIC 23 3.2.1 OUTER CORDON 23 3.2.2 SCREEN LINES 24 3.3 VARIATION OF DAY-NIGHT TRAFFIC 25 3.4 TEMPORAL VARIATION OF TRAFFIC 26

  • Project: Kerala Sustainable Urban Development Project- Package 01 Sheet 4 of 103 Document: 2007043/ Draft CMP November 2007 Contents Revision: R1

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    3.5 TRAFFIC MOVEMENT PATTERN 26 3.6 TURNING MOVEMENT SURVEY 27 3.7 PARKING SURVEY 27 3.8 PEDESTRIAN MOVEMENT SURVEYS 27 3.9 ROAD NETWORK INVENTORY 27 3.10 HOUSEHOLD (HOME INTERVIEW) SURVEY 28 3.11 PROPOSALS 28 3.11.1 PROPOSALS OF PEDESTRIAN SUBWAYS 28 3.11.2 PROPOSALS OF MULTILEVEL PARKING 29

    CHAPTER 4 30

    TRAVEL DEMAND MODELING AND FORECAST 30

    4.1 GENERAL 30 4.2 BASE YEAR TRAVEL DEMAND MODELING 30 4.3 LAND USE TRANSPORT MODEL 30 4.4 SELECTION OF DEVELOPMENT STRATEGY 30 4.4.1 REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT STRATEGY 30 4.4.2 TRIDA DEVELOPMENT STRATEGY 31 4.5 TRAVEL DEMAND FORECAST 37

    CHAPTER 5 40

    CONCEPTUAL ROAD NETWORK PLAN FOR THIRUVANANTHAPURAM 40

    5.1 GENERAL 40 5.2 CTTS ROAD NETWORK PROPOSAL 41 5.2.1 REGIONAL ROAD NETWORK SYSTEM 41 5.2.2 TRIDA ROAD NETWORK SYSTEM 44 5.3 TCRD ROAD NETWORK PROPOSAL 46 5.3.1 INNER RING ROAD 47 5.3.2 INTERMEDIATE RING ROAD 1 47 5.3.3 INTERMEDIATE RING ROAD 2 48 5.3.4 OUTER RING ROAD 48 5.3.5 OTHER ARTERIAL ROADS 48 5.4 PPTA ROAD NETWORK PROPOSAL 49 5.4.1 SIMILARITIES IN VARIOUS PROPOSALS/STUDIES 50 5.5 CMP ROAD NETWORK PROPOSAL 50 5.5.1 GENERAL 50 5.5.2 CMP ROAD NETWORK DEVELOPMENT 52 5.6 Proposals of Other Departments 52

    CHAPTER 6 57

    THIRUVANANTHAPURAM INTEGRATED MASS TRANSPORT SYSYTEM (TIMTS) 57

    6.1 GENERAL 57 6.2 TRAVEL DEMAND AND LAND USE TRANSPORT MODELING 57

  • Project: Kerala Sustainable Urban Development Project- Package 01 Sheet 5 of 103 Document: 2007043/ Draft CMP November 2007 Contents Revision: R1

    Comprehensive Mobility Plan, Thiruvananthapuram DSC- 01

    6.3 INTEGRATED LAND USE - TRANSPORTATION PLAN 57 6.4 DEVELOPMENT OF THIRUVANANTHAPURAM INTEGRATED MASS TRANSPORT SYSTEM (TIMTS) 57 6.4.1 SELECTION OF CORRIDORS 57 6.4.2 SELECTION OF TECHNOLOGY AND PHASING OF TIMTS 59

    CHAPTER 7 62

    PHASING AND COSTING 62

    7.1 GENERAL 62 7.2 PHASING AND COSTING OF TIMTS 62 7.3 PHASING AND COSTING OF PROPOSED ROAD NETWORK 64 7.3.1 LAND ACQUISITION FOR PROJECT CORRIDORS 66 7.4 PROJECT ROADS IDENTIFIED FOR IMPROVEMENT UNDER JNNURM SCHEME 67 CHAPTER 8 68 CONCLUSIONS 68 Annexure A Annexure B Annexure C Annexure D Annexure E

  • Project: Kerala Sustainable Urban Development Project- Package 01 Sheet 6 of 103 Document: 2007043/DraftCMP November 2007 List of Figures Revision: R1

    Comprehensive Mobility Plan, Thiruvananthapuram DSC- 01

    List of Figures

    Fig 1.1 Fig 2.1 Fig 2.2 Fig 2.3 Fig 3.1 Fig 4.1 Fig 4.2 Fig 4.3 Fig 4.4 Fig 4.5 Fig 4.6 Fig 4.7 Fig 4.8 Fig 4.9 Fig 4.10 Fig 4.11 Fig 4.12 Fig 5.1 Fig 5.2 Fig 5.3 Fig 5.4 Fig 5.5 Fig 5.6 Fig 5.7 Fig 6.1 Fig 6.2

    Thiruvananthapuram District Setting Traffic Analysis Zones Survey Locations at Outer Cordon and Screen Lines Pedestrian Survey Locations Pedestrian Subway at Medical College Junction Regional Development Strategies Concept Brown Field Development Strategy Concept Green Field Developmen