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Old May 10th, 2013, 05:39 PM   #221
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Does Chandigarh have the volumes to sustain a profitable metro system? They should rather focus on building flyovers and better bus network.
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Old May 18th, 2013, 03:55 PM   #222
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Tricity metro dream rides on headcount rider

The city appears to have done its math to overcome a key rider to keep its dreams of riding the Metro alive, but it's the regional approach regarding passengers that will enable it to cross the bridge.

As Chandigarh's headcount of 10.5 lakh disqualifies it for the tube, the administration plans to project population of 20 lakh, the minimum number the central government has mandated for the Metro rail project of the entire Chandigarh Capital Region included in the mass rapid transit system. The proposal will be discussed at a meeting scheduled for May 21 in New Delhi. The minimum requirement earlier was a population of 40 lakh.

The project, however, can easily be termed viable if a regional approach is taken with heavy inflow of passengers from the city's adjoining areas. The financial viability of Metro rail project would depend on attracting a sizeable number of passengers from nearby towns of Punjab and Haryana. Presently, over four lakh vehicles drive into the city from Panchkula and Mohali, and the tube is expected to take much of this load off the road network. Along with projections of Peak Hour Peak Direction Traffic (PHPDT), Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC), in its detailed project report, has calculated the number of passengers likely to take the Metro. PHPDT is the number of passengers passing a specific point along a transit line in unit time.

For corridor I, which is planned from Capitol Complex to Gurdwara Singh Shaheedan in Sector 70 of Mohali, if 1.1 lakh passengers from Chandigarh will travel by Metro, 53,309 will be from different parts of Punjab on the city's periphery. It will have projected PHPDT of 7,007. Similarly, for corridor II, which is planned from Grain Market near Sector 21 of Panchkula to transport terminal, around 1.7 lakh passenger trips per day are expected with 1.1 lakh passengers from Chandigarh, 14,645 from Punjab and 40,804 passengers from Haryana.
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Old May 20th, 2013, 08:09 PM   #223
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Haryana's plan to partner with UT may be decided tomorrow

Haryana's plan to partner with UT administration in the ambitious Metro rail project is likely to be decided in a meeting of the project's coordination committee in New Delhi on Monday.

UT administration, Punjab, Haryana and the union ministry of urban development (MUD) will take part in the meeting to discuss the project that is expected to cost Rs. 10,900 crore.

The Metro, once completed, will cover a distance of 35.75 kilometres and be a mode of rapid public transport for Chandigarh, Panchkula and SAS Nagar. The government of Punjab and Haryana and UT administration will jointly bear the expenses of the project.

Haryana has expressed its intention of becoming a partner with Chandigarh in the project. Punjab government would just bear the cost of the project falling in its jurisdiction. The Punjab cabinet has already approved the link between SAS Nagar and Chandigarh. Chandigarh plans to take a loan from Japan International Cooperation Agency, which also gave the loan for the Delhi Metro project.

Last year, the administration had submitted a detailed project report to the MUD for approval, which is still pending. The ministry is likely to give a nod after deliberation on all issues related to the project.

While corridor 1 of the project, measuring 12.49 km, will stretch from Capitol Complex in Sector 1 of Chandigarh to Gurdwara Singh Shaheedan in Sector 70 of SAS Nagar, the second corridor would stretch from Mullanpur in SAS Nagar district to Grain Market in Sector 20 of Panchkula. UT adviser KK Sharma and UT finance secretary VK Singh will represent Chandigarh in the meeting.
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Old June 1st, 2013, 08:35 PM   #224
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13 of 30 Metro stations hit a wall

The ambitious Metro rail project may soon see changes in the locations of the metro stations, as 13 of the proposed stations fall too close to educational, commercial and residential buildings.

The list of these structures falling in the proposed Metro Rail route was compiled by the UT engineering department, which completed a survey in this regard last week and submitted the report to higher officials on May 21. As per the detailed project report (DPR), a total of 30 stations have been proposed on the entire metro route.

On the north-south corridor, seven structures, which fall near the proposed metro stations, have been identified. These are Shiv Mandir on Vidya Path, Government College for Girls, Sector 11; Government Home Science College, Sector 10; Government Multi-Specialty Hospital in Sector 16.

On the east-west corridor, the proposed Metro stations are near Hotel Taj, Aroma roundabout and a residential area in Sector 22. Similarly, The All-India Radio station campus in Sector 34 and residential areas in sectors 34 and 44D also fall near proposed metro stations. The next course of action would be decided after a meeting of senior officials. A source said the UT administration department will write to Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) for making minor changes in the location of the stations falling close to the buildings.

Despite repeated attempt, UT finance secretary was not available for comment.

The authorities had decided to conduct the survey after the completion of physical demarcation of the Metro rail route and receiving several representations from residents of different sectors, expressing apprehension about acquisition of their residential or commercial properties.

The detailed project report (DPR) says that nearly 70 families in the tricity would be affected due to the construction of the Metro rail. Wooden pegs were installed on both lines that the Metro Rail would take.

UT fine with Haryana's decision on investing in equity

The UT administration is fine with the decision of Haryana government to partner with Chandigarh in the Metro rail project. Senior officials said the administration had no problem, but the final decision would be taken after consulting Punjab. The total length of the project covering Chandigarh, Panchkula and SAS Nagar is 37.57km with an estimated cost of Rs. 10,900 crore, which would be shared between the Centre, UT administration and governments of Punjab and Haryana.

Proposed Metro stations 30
Proposed stations to be shifted 13

Some of the structures near the proposed stations
Hotel Taj, AIR campus in Sector 34, residential areas in sectors 22, 34 and 44, Government College for Girls, Sector 11; Government Home Science College, Sector 10; Institution of Engineers (India), Sector 18
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Agreement for Metro between Punjab, Haryana, Chandigarh to be finalised

A formal agreement between the states of Punjab and Haryana as well as Chandigarh over the modalities of the Metro Rail will now be initiated.
The UT Administration is writing to the Punjab and Haryana governments seeking their consent for the preparation of a Memorandum of Understanding.

A discussion about the need to have a formal agreement took place during a meeting held recently at Delhi with the officials of the Ministry of Urban Development, where, apart from Chandigarh, representatives of Punjab and Haryana were also present.

The modalities of sharing of the cost of construction will be formalised. Of the total route length of Metro Rail which is 37.57 kilometres, a substantial part of 23.36 kilometres is in Chandigarh. Of the remaining, 7.81 kilometres is in Haryana and 6.41 kilometres in Punjab. In Chandigarh within the sectoral grid, the Metro will be underground, while outside it will be elevated. The total cost of the project is Rs 10,900 crore.

UT Adviser K K Sharma says that the Administration is taking the initiative and writing to Punjab and Haryana asking for the modalities to be finalised. "A meeting will be held in the coming days between the representatives of the states and the officials of the Administration," he said.

Apart from finalising the modalities, the Administration also has to initiate the process of setting up of a Special Purpose Vehicle (SPV). This is expected to be set up at an initial investment of Rs 50 crore.

The SPV will comprise of officials who will deal with the financial and technical expertise of the project, among other things. These experts will be expected to justify the requirement of Metro Rail at different platforms.

It has been several months since the Detailed Project Report of the Metro Rail was prepared.

As per the DPR, of the investment of Rs 10,900 crore, Rs 8,245 crore will be given by Chandigarh, Rs 1,427 crore by Haryana and Rs 1,228 crore by Punjab. The model for cost sharing will be worked out.
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Old June 9th, 2013, 09:35 AM   #225
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Metro SPV is now Chandigarh Tricity Multi-Modal Transport Corporation

The Special Purpose Vehicle (SPV) for the Metro Rail will be named as the Chandigarh Tricity Multi-Modal Transport Corporation (CTMTC) and will be formed as a company. The exact equity structure, however, will be decided in the coming days.
The decisions were taken in a meeting attended by officials of Punjab, Haryana and Chandigarh on Friday that was held to discuss modalities of the Metro Rail project. While discussions have been going on for the past several months, the two states and Chandigarh are yet to reach a formal agreement on terms and conditions.

The meeting, held under the chairmanship of the Advisor to the Administrator K K Sharma, saw officials give their opinion on the Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to be signed jointly by the Ministry of Urban Development, Chandigarh and the governments of Haryana and Punjab for the Mass Transit Project.

The Ministry of Urban Development, in a meeting held recently in Delhi, had directed all stakeholders of the project to form the SPV; a consensus for which was reached on Friday. The SPV will have experts from different fields who would take the Metro's cause forward at different platforms and will act as a focal point for all further action.

After the modalities have been formally agreed by the three governments, the UT Administration will then write to the Urban Development Ministry seeking the Centre's approval. The Adviser apprised the participants that as per discussions held with the senior officials of the Ministry of Urban Development, the Ministry is awaiting the formal acceptance of the proposed MoU by the three governments to process the matter further.

A report, prepared by Delhi Metro Rail Corporation and submitted to the Administration several months back, envisages two corridors for the Metro project: the East-West corridor that will extend from Grain Market in Sector 21, Panchkula, to the Transport Terminus at Mullanpur and the North-South corridor that will run from near Capitol Complex in Sector 1 to Gurdwara Shaheedan in Mohali.

The total length of the Rs 10,900 crore project is 37.57 kilometre of which the maximum is in Chandigarh. Within the sectoral grid of the city, the Metro is proposed to be underground, while in the other areas it will be elevated.

On behalf of the Punjab government, the Secretary (Urban Planning) A Venu Prasad and Chief Administrator (GMADA) Ajoy Kumar Sinha attended the meeting while T C Gupta, Financial Commissioner (Urban Planning) and Anurag Rastogi, Director, General Town and Country Planning, represented the Haryana government.
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Old August 6th, 2013, 05:32 PM   #226
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Proposed Metro not feasible, says councillor

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Terming the Metro Rail Project for the city as non-feasible, architect and nominated councillor Surinder Bahga wrote to the Ministry of Urban Development highlighting the anomalies in the project.

Bahga said Metro is economically feasible only if the peak hour traffic is between 40,000 and 70,000.

Chandigarh is projected as 7007 in the north-south corridor and 6711 on east-west corridor. He added that the cross system of network that has been proposed by the Delhi Metro Rail Corporation is not suitable for the region.

According to a study by Rail India Technical and Economic Service (RITES), the major inflow of traffic is from the neighbouring areas. Over 4 lakh daily commuters enter Chandigarh from Panchkula, Mohali, Zirakpur, Kharar, Pinjore, Rajpura etc.

There is a need to integrate these areas by an efficient transport system so that these places are well connected with the city. He said that based on this, the most preferred network would be a radial system.

Bahga in his letter also mentioned that the technology proposed for Chandigarh metro will be outdated by the time Chandigarh Metro Project is commissioned. It is proposed that Automated Driverless Trains shall be used for Chandigarh Metro project, keeping in view technology advancement and the beauty and heritage of the city.

The memorandum added that the frequency of trains during peak hours when the metro project shall be commissioned in 2018 is 16 minutes which is very high.

As per the study, all well designed public transport systems have a maximum 6 minutes waiting period after that people stop preferring the transport system. Also parking facilities are not provided at the proposed Metro stations. The already existing parking areas that have been proposed are overcrowded.
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With a view to establish better connectivity between Panchkula, Mohali and Chandigarh through Metro, a comprehensive mobility plan for Chandigarh Urban Complex has been prepared by UT Administration, he said.

The total length of this project will be 37.573 kms, out of which 6.406-kms-long metro rail line would be laid from Housing Board Chowk to Sector-21, Panchkula in the first phase, he said adding that the estimated total project cost is Rs 10,900 crore, out of this the Haryana gove ..


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Any chance of this happening in the next five years?
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Article from February 19, 2014

Interim budget focuses on transport but misses out on Metro Rail for UT

http://indianexpress.com/article/cit...o-rail-for-ut/

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Transport may be the key focus area for the Chandigarh Administration in the budget for the financial year 2014-15, but there is no budgetary provision specifically made for introduction of either Metro Rail or Light Rail Transit as had been the case in the budget of the previous years.

Curiously, there are several projects for which provisions have been made year after year, but there has been no progress on ground.

In the budget for the year 2012-13, an amount of Rs 10 crore was earmarked for introduction of Metro Rail Transit System, Bus Rapid Transit System or Light Transit System. For the coming financial year, however, no such provision has been made, though the project report of the Metro Rail was submitted to the administration by the Delhi Metro Rail Corporation last year.
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Old June 20th, 2014, 10:22 PM   #230
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Metro Rail project running late

UT, Punjab, Haryana fail to form special purpose vehicle for its execution


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The ambitious Chandigarh Metro Rail project is running behind schedule by more than a year as the three stakeholders -Chandigarh, Punjab and Haryana - have so far failed to form special purpose vehicle (SPV) for its execution. The work on first corridor covering a distance of 12.49 km was expected to begin from April 2013 and get operational by 2018.

Following the directions of the ministry of urban development (MoUD), the stakeholders started working on formulation of SPV in June 2013, but so far have failed to make any headway.

The SPV is a legal entity established for the implementation of specific projects and is used to isolate the governing authority or stakeholders from operational and financial risk. The SPV can be registered under the Companies Act as a public sector body either wholly owned by the central government or with equity participation from the state governments as well.

Besides, nodal officers for the project are also to be nominated and a core team has to be formed. In December last year, the Chandigarh administration had written to Punjab and Haryana on the issue.

UT adviser KK Sharma said the process got delayed due to elections and they would take up the issue with the states of Punjab and Haryana for expediting the process for the formation of SPV.

Project cost to escalate

The delay in execution of the project will result in cost escalation. According to the detailed project report (DPR), total estimated cost of first corridor as on January 2012 was worked out at `3,832 crore. According to sources, the cost of project will escalate manifold as a considerable chunk of route in Chandigarh will be underground.

The total length of metro project covering Chandigarh, Panchkula and SAS Nagar is 37.57km with estimated cost of `10,900 crore, which will be shared among the Centre, Chandigarh administration and the governments of Punjab and Haryana. All three stakeholders have agreed for a stake of 25% in the project, while remaining 25% will be financed by the Centre.

Chandigarh is planning to take loan from the Japan International Cooperation Agency, which also provided loan for the Delhi metro project. Earlier, Haryana had expressed its intention of becoming partner with Chandigarh in the project. The Punjab cabinet has already given approval to link SAS Nagar with Chandigarh.
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CHANDIGARH: Even as UT administration is seeking funds from the Centre for its Metro rail project, the debate over its financial viability for the Tricity rages on. There are strong arguments both for and against the Rs 2,000 crore project that was mooted in year 2008. For instance, while it is being seen as a solution to the growing traffic congestion in the area, the project will break even only if a sizeable number of passengers from the adjoining areas of Punjab and Haryana take the tube.

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- Over 4 lakh people commute to Chandigarh from Panchkula, Mohali, Zirakpur, Kharar, Pinjore, Rajpura every day and this calls for an efficient public transport system

- If it were to become operational today, Phase I of Metro would carry 2.70 lakh passengers; the projection is 3.90 lakh in 2021, 5.80 lakh in 2031 and 7.90 lakh in 2041

- Presently, 87.78% commuters use private vehicles in city. If they switch to Metro, traffic congestion will go down substantially

-There will be benefits of less pollution. In monetary terms, the city will save Rs 132 crore in 2014, Rs 195 crore in 2021 and Rs 354 crore in 2041, says a report by RITES

- It will save a lot of time. The savings on account of passenger time saved are estimated to be Rs 288 crore in 2014, Rs 405 crore in 2021 and Rs 756 crore in 2041

- Both neighbouring states of Punjab and Haryana are keen to share the cost of project

- If other big cities in the region have Metros in future, Chandigarh system can be easily extended


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-With present population of 10.5 lakh, Chandigarh does not independently qualify for a Metro for which a minimum population of 20 lakh has been recently mandated by the Centre

-As per UT's draft Master Plan, a sharp decline in UT's growth rate from 40% to 17% does not make the proposition viable even by 2031 as the projected population is 16 lakh

- Metro's estimated PHPDT (peak hour peak direction traffic) in 2018 will be 7,007 passengers on the north-south corridor and 6,711 on the east-west corridor; it will barely touch 31,407 by 2041. An established rule says that Metro is most viable if PHPDT is between 40,000-70,000. Therefore, a Metro for the Tricity is unviable, claims Chandigarh chapter of Indian Institute of Architects

- If 1,160 passengers travel per train in the peak hours in Metro in 2018, there should be parking of at least 200 cars for passengers

- Proposal for Metro cess on sale of petrol and diesel to generate funds for the project already mooted

-Besides, tax on commercial vehicles entering the city and green cess on existing vehicles will be charged
Source: http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/c...w/37607468.cms
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Any chance of this happening in the next five years?
This thread is over 6 years old and yet no metro. Probably the longest running metro thread without a metro.

I wont hold my breath for it.
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This was a non-starter, not much expectations, but shocking is Pune Metro which inspite of being a big city has gone back & forth since many years
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This was a non-starter, not much expectations, but shocking is Pune Metro which inspite of being a big city has gone back & forth since many years
You are right, when i was in pune long before Delhi metro started, there was a huge talk about a train which would run on pillars and it was promising.

its sad because pune is one city which deserves a metro long before many other tier II cities which are getting it now.
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You are right, when i was in pune long before Delhi metro started, there was a huge talk about a train which would run on pillars and it was promising.

its sad because pune is one city which deserves a metro long before many other tier II cities which are getting it now.
Pune and even Mumbai for that matter failed due to state government. Chandigarh failed due to 2 state governments
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Curious case of Chandigarh Metro Source: http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/c...w/37607468.cms
Nice straightforward article. Assuming the stats are reasonably accurate on UT's population decline, would monorail be a viable option? It's less expensive and might suit the low peak hour peak demand situation.
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The union ministry of urban development (MoUD) has redrafted the memorandum of understanding (MoU) for the ambitious metro rail project, which now has to be signed by three stakeholders — Chandigarh, Punjab and Haryana — before work on its execution begins.

The stakeholders had decided to do away with the public-private partnership (PPP) mode for the project in October last year. That has been drafted into the MoU now. UT administrator Shivraj Patil is said to be not in favour of PPP mode for the project since all such major projects in the country under PPP mode have been marred by delays.

The ministry has sent the redrafted MoU to the stakeholders. To set the project rolling, the ministry has also directed them to study the document and sign it at the earliest. The Chandigarh administration has written to the Punjab and Haryana governments for holding a meeting to discuss the issue.

When contacted, UT adviser KK Sharma said, “We have written to both the state governments for holding a meeting in this connection.”

The metro rail project is proposed in Chandigarh, Panchkula and SAS Nagar with the cost to be shared by the Centre, Chandigarh administration, Punjab and Haryana equally.

All the three stakeholders have already agreed to have 25% stake in the project. The Centre has proposed to reduce the population norm for metro rail projects to 10 lakh from the present 20 lakh.

Union urban development minister M Venkaiah Naidu recently announced that the government intends to assist the metro project in cities having population of 10 lakh. According to the 2011 Census, the city has a total population of 10.55 lakh.

The project is running behind schedule by more than a year. The work on the first corridor covering a distance of 12.49 kilometres was expected to begin in April last year and get operational by 2018. The corridor-1 stretches from the Capitol Complex building, Sector 1, in Chandigarh to Gurdwara Singh Shaheedan in SAS Nagar.

Local BJP MP Kirron Kher had recently termed the Rs. 10,900-crore metro rail project for the city as “commercially unviable”.
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