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Old February 26th, 2013, 04:40 AM   #1
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JAIPUR | Public Transport

Jaipur Metro is expected to commence operation before the end of 2014.
Jaipur Metro will contain 29 stations over a distance of 32.5 km when fully completed.
The first Metro Corridor of Jaipur will comprise 11 Metro Stations.

Jaipur, a city of 3 million people, is the primary commercial hub and largest city of north-western India, India's 10th most populous urban area, and the capital of the booming state of Rajasthan.

Jaipur Metro will symbiotically work with the already operational corridors of Jaipur BRTS.

The Metro route map:


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The original Metro info, as of November 20th, 2009-
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Route Alignment:
Phase 1 - Line 1: Mansarovar to Badi Chaupar
Length = 12.067 km (2.789 km underground + 9.278 km elevated)
Stations = 11 (3 underground + 8 elevated)

Phase 2 - Line 2: Sitapura Industrial Area to Amba Bari
Length = 23.099 km (5.095 km underground + 18.004 km elevated)
Stations= 22 (5 underground + 17 elevated)

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A unique viaduct will be built on Ajmer Road where the metro will run on the 2nd level while LMVs and the BRT will use the first level:



Location of the viaduct - between Sodala and Civil Lines (1.6 kms long):

^ While the BRT line 2 will run entirely on Ajmer Road, the metro will turn south towards Shyam Nagar on the west side and north towards the railway station on the east. The elevated road (4.63 kms long) will continue heading west on Ajmer road till Tagore Nagar.

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Old February 26th, 2013, 05:01 AM   #2
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December 13th, 2010: the the three deck elevated track was awarded to Italian Thai Development Public Company Ltd.

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ITD Cementation India's joint venture bags major Jaipur metro project

ITD Cementation India has announced that the company in Joint Venture with its promoter, Italian-Thai Development Public Company Ltd, Thailand one of the leading contracting organizations in South East Asia, has been awarded a contract worth over Rs 228 crore by Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) for construction of elevated road & metro viaduct for stage I of Jaipur metro and Ajmer road BRTS corridor.
This is the third contract awarded to ITD - ITD Cem joint venture by DMRC. The joint venture has recently completed a Rs 290 crore contract for construction of an elevated corridor on the Qutub Minar - Gurgaon Corridor, including viaduct and structural work of five elevated stations and another contract for Rs 897 crore for a 4165 m long twin bored underground metro tunnel construction with advanced tunnel boring machine including 3 underground stations on Central Secretariat - Badarpur Corridor for the Delhi MRTS.
The Joint Venture benefits from Italian-Thai Development Public Company Limited's experience in implementation of major MRTS projects in Thailand and Taiwan, combined with ITD Cementation India Ltds experience in various phases of the Delhi MRTS.
The company made this announcement on 13 December 2010.
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Pratibha Industries bags the contract for Jaipur Metro's Corridor 1:
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Pratibha Industries marches ahead on winning new order

Pratibha Industries surged 3.70% to Rs. 71.50 at 10:04 IST on BSE, after the company's joint venture secured a Rs. 104.97 crore order for construction of stage I of Jaipur Metro.
The company announced the new order win during trading hours today, 4 January 2011.
Meanwhile, the BSE Sensex was down 47.98 points, or 0.23%, to 20,513.07.
On BSE, 2.07 lakh shares were traded in the counter compared with the average volume of 2.30 lakh shares for the past two weeks.
The stock hit a high of Rs. 72.75 and a low of Rs. 68.65 so far during the day.
Pratibha Industries, in joint venture with Aparna Constructions and Estate, bagged the latest order from Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC). The project work involves civil works for constructions of depot cum workshop at Mansarovar on east-west corridor for stage I for Jaipur metro. The project is to be executed within a period of 18 months.
Pratibha Industries' consolidated net profit rose 27.9% to Rs. 13.61 crore on 22.6% increase in net sales to Rs. 257.80 crore in Q2 September 2010 over Q2 September 2009.
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Survey conducted for Corridor II on April 26, 2011
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JAIPUR: Union minister for urban development Kamal Nath, during a meeting with the officials of Jaipur Metro Rail Corportaion (JMRC) in New Delhi on Monday, asked them to seek expert advise for Jaipur Metro phase II.

"The survey will be done by various experts for revised detailed project report (DPR) submitted by Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC). After the survey by experts, the JMRC will decide on which mode Jaipur Metro phase II could be constructed," said an official.

Mott MacDonald, the global management, engineering and development consultancy, will do the technical and general survey, Luthra & Luthra will do a legal, and Deloitte will look into the financial aspects.

During the meeting, the officials also gave civil work presentation of Jaipur Metro phase I to the minister. "We have told the minister about the positive response of the companies for phase I in Private Public Partnership (PPP) mode. We told the minister that nearly a dozen companies had sent the request for qualification for the first phase."

The minister expressed his satisfaction on the work performance of the Jaipur Metro first phase and assured financial assistance for the second phase. He also approved installation of Metro rail rolling stock and signal network in the first phase. DMRC MD E Shreedharan was also present in the meeting

On February 25, the Union minister, while participating in a function in Jaipur, had announced that the Phase II of Jaipur Metro will get Central assistance. The Phase-II is expected to cost Rs 7,000 crore and will connect Ambabari to Sitapura through a 24 km stretch.
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Chandpol Underground Metro Station in the UG (underground) line# 2 makes the most progress among underground Metro stations as of November 2011.
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60% of the work at Chandpol station done. The underground track has been linked. The track is 235m long and there is a 170m long ramp. The track base has been completed inside the station and the work of base slab is going on at a fast pace.
Kuldeep Ranka, the MD of Jaipur Metro project:

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KULDEEP RANKA, MD, JAIPUR METRO

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At Hand: To build a 9.25 km-long Metro at stage-I by July 2013

Bio: BTech in computer science; joined IAS in 1994; MD, Rajasthan State Industrial Development and Investment Corporation

Total Project Cost: Rs 2,034 cr

Rajasthan government is the sole owner; but the Centre is expected to pick up equity soon; Rs 700 crore will be borrowed

Key Challenges: Delivering the project in record two-and-half years, Doling out compensation for land because of demand for more

Quote: "In rolling out the project, we are trying our best to keep Jaipur's heritage intact."

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March 2012 (the Ajmer Road section):
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ABB wins Rs.75 crore order to power Jaipur Metro

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ABB wins Rs.75 crore order in India to power metro for pink city

Source: ABB India
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ABB India, a company involved in power and automation technology, has won an order of Rs.75 crore from Delhi Metro Rail Corporation Limited (DMRC) to provide power solutions for a planned metro rail network for Jaipur in Rajasthan.

The Jaipur Mass Rapid Transport System (MRTS) is expected to carry approximately 11,000 commuters per hour on each rail corridor when fully operational, reducing road traffic bottlenecks and lowering carbon emissions from cars.

"ABB's extensive and broad technology offerings and experience in rail sector make us a reliable partner," said Bazmi Husain, Managing Director, ABB Ltd., India. " As most of India now moves and works out of cities, projects like metro is set to bring relief to millions of local commuters and easing traffic congestion."

The turnkey project includes design, supply, installation and commissioning of essential power infrastructure for stage 1 of the East-West Corridor of the Jaipur Mass Rapid Transport System (MRTS). This section will serve eight passenger stations.

The project would entail electrification of overhead lines, setting up substations and the supply of a SCADA (Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition) solution, which enables the monitoring and control of field equipment and key components of the power distribution system. This facilitates smooth operations and enables proactive measures to avoid service interruptions, thereby enhancing performance and optimizing cost-efficiency.

The ABB Group of companies operates in around 100 countries and employs about 135,000 people.

Substations, electrification and SCADA system to facilitate reliable and efficient power supply
ABB, the leading power and automation technology group, has won an order worth Rs.75 crore from Delhi Metro Rail Corporation Limited (DMRC) to provide power solutions for a planned metro rail network for Jaipur, also known as the ‘pink city’ and the capital of Rajasthan, a state in northern India. The order was booked in the first quarter.

The Jaipur Mass Rapid Transport System (MRTS) is being promoted as an eco-friendly project deploying state-of-the-art technologies and is expected to carry approximately 11,000 commuters per hour on each rail corridor when fully operational, reducing road traffic bottlenecks and lowering carbon emissions from cars.

“ABB’s extensive and broad technology offerings and experience in rail sector make us a reliable partner,” said Bazmi Husain, Managing Director, ABB Ltd., India. “ As most of India now moves and works out of cities, projects like metro is set to bring relief to millions of local commuters and easing traffic congestion.”

The turnkey project includes design, supply, installation and commissioning of essential power infrastructure for stage 1 of the East-West Corridor of the Jaipur Mass Rapid Transport System (MRTS). This section will serve eight passenger stations. ABB will supply 11 auxiliary substations with a rating of 33kV/415V (kilovolt).

The project scope includes electrification of overhead lines, provision of auxiliary substations and the supply of a SCADA (Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition) solution, which enables the monitoring and control of field equipment and key components of the power distribution system. This facilitates smooth operations and enables proactive measures to avoid service interruptions, thereby enhancing performance and optimizing cost-efficiency. ABB will also deliver key products including the switchgear, dry type transformers and distribution equipment.

ABB technologies are already helping to power the Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata and Bangalore urban rail networks in the country,with highly reliable and energy efficient solutions, facilitating the concept of ‘green mobility’.

Urbanization, economic growth and environmental concerns in emerging markets are some of the key trends supporting the expansion of rail networks in many parts of the world. ABB has a wide range of power and automation products and solutions for urban, conventional and high-speed rail applications and has built up an extensive global installed base.

ABB (www.abb.com) is a leader in power and automation technologies that enable utility and industry customers to improve performance while lowering environmental impact. The ABB Group of companies operates in around 100 countries and employs about 135,000 people.
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ALSTOM supplies the train control system:

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ALSTOM : to supply train control system to Jaipur metro (India)
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Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) has awarded Alstom a contract to supply the Urbalis train control system to Corridor 2 of the new Jaipur metro in India. The contract includes the design, manufacture, supply, installation, testing and commissioning of the complete train control, traffic management and signaling systems for Corridor 2 (EW-A section) of Phase I of Jaipur metro.

Alstom's Urbalis system enables automated train operation and traffic management, ensuring optimal train driving and energy saving while guaranteeing maximum safety, flexible operations and heightened passenger comfort. This is the fifth metro line in India to be equipped with Urbalis after Delhi lines 1 and 2 and Bangalore Lines 1 and 2.

"We have successfully delivered this system to Delhi Metro (DMRC) and we are currently delivering it to Bangalore Metro (BMRCL). The winning of the contract for a new train control system for Jaipur Metro stands as a testimonial to Alstom Transport's worldwide expertise, state-of-the-art technology and strong commitment to the Indian market. It reinforces Alstom's leadership in urban metro signaling in India and the growing success of customer confidence in our offerings" commented Jojo Alexander, Managing Director of Alstom Transport in India.

The Phase-I of the Jaipur Metro Rail project will consist of two corridors providing connectivity to North-South and East-West corridor. The 23 km long, Corridor-I (North-South) will connect Sitapura to Ambabari. This corridor will be 5 km underground and 18 km elevated. The 11.6 km long, Corridor-II (East-West) will connect Mansarovar to Badi Chaupar with 2.3 km being underground and rest 9.3 km elevated. The EW-A section comes under the East-West corridor.

This contract will involve Alstom units of Delhi, Bangalore (India), Bologna (Italy), Saint-Ouen and Villeurbanne (France). This project confirms that Alstom is well positioned to respond all opportunities arising from one of the largest railway market in the world. With strength over 150 employees, count steadily increasing, Alstom Transport Software Development Centre in Bangalore significantly supports global R&D and product engineering activities across the world. Established in 2001, it focuses on engineering design, testing and software development activities for covering both mass transit and main line railway markets.

About Alstom Transport

A promoter of sustainable mobility, Alstom Transport develops and markets the most complete range of systems, equipment and services in the railway sector. Alstom Transport manages entire transport systems, taking in rolling stock, signaling and infrastructure, and offers "turnkey" solutions. Alstom Transport recorded sales of 5.6 billion euros in the fiscal year 2010-2011. Alstom Transport is present in over 60 countries and employs 25,500 people.

About Alstom in India

Alstom is a global leader in power generation, power transmission and rail infrastructure. Present in India since 1911, Alstom has strong capabilities in engineering, manufacturing, project management and supply of products and solutions for infrastructure. With four R&D centres: Alstom Infosys R&D Centre in Bengaluru, Transport in Bengaluru, Hydro Global Technology Centre in Vadodara and Hosur for Grid, two engineering centres for Power in Noida and Kolkata and eleven manufacturing units dedicated to: Hydro in Vadodara, Boilers in Durgapur, auxiliary components in Shahabad, Steam turbines in Mundra (upcoming) and Transport at Coimbatore and SriCity (upcoming), Grid in Padappai, Pallavaram, Hosur, Vadodara and Naini, Alstom's presence cuts across the length and breadth of India. Alstom also has a Global Engineering & Software Centre for Railway & metro in Bengaluru for Transport.

Press Contacts

Rachana Panda (Alstom India)
E-mail: [email protected]
Tel: +91 120 473 2535
Website: www.alstom.com/India
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An update from June 2012:


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Yep, it's a very short overlap (1.6 kms) on Ajmer Road. While the BRT line 2 will run entirely on Ajmer Road, the metro will turn south towards Shyam Nagar on the west side and north towards the railway station on the east. The elevated road (4.63 kms long) will continue heading west on Ajmer road till Tagore Nagar:



Even the elevated road has a little variation:

Eastbound carraigeway (Ajmer to Jaipur) -> 4.63 kms long from Tagore Nagar to Civil Lines
Westbound carraigeway (Jaipur to Ajmer) -> 2.95 kms long from Queens road to Civil Lines
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Jaipur, the Pink City, gets its pink Metro Stations; renders-


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Expecting the choicest of expletives and brickbats for posting this but here goes. From LKT Engineering's website, some renders and a model of different stations:





Mansarovar Station


Civil lines station


Ram Nagar station
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Updates on various Metro Stations, as of July 2012:


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Some pictures from here:



Civil Lines area




Chandpol station


Mansarovar Depot


Many more images in the link above.
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November 30, 2012, Mansarovar area:

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at Manasarovar

Nov 18 - Copyright Santosh Sharma/DNA
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December 1, 2012:

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Higher res from Dainik Bhaskar:
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December 15, 2012 updates:


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some snaps from here:









..and some news related to line 1's underground section:

Jaipur Metro: ADB delegation visits site before giving loan
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Tracks laid and trials have been running...an article from the local Hindi daily.
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The rolling stock arrives this month from BEML-

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BEML to roll out metro cars for Jaipur this month

After Delhi, Bangalore, it will be Jaipur’s turn
Mining and rail coach major BEML Ltd. on Friday said that it was rolling out the first set of metro rail cars from its facilities this month for Jaipur Metro Rail Corporation.

BEML was contracted in 2011 to supply 40 metro cars — or 10 train sets of four cars each — for the Pink City at a cost of Rs. 318 crore.

The defence public enterprise also supplies rail cars for the Delhi and Bangalore metros.

BEML, which expects a higher than normal 35-plus per cent of its total turnover (Rs. 2,726 crore in 2011-12) from the rail and metro cars business, said that it was also supplying to the Delhi Metro Rail Corporation its new in-house product, the intermediate metro car. The new car would increase the capacity from a four-car train to a six-car train.

Delhi Metro has ordered 136 sets of intermediate cars valued at Rs. 925 crore. Of them, 54 cars have been delivered and 36 are in use, the company said.

“Opportunities look bright for BEML’s Metro business with Delhi and Bangalore metros coming out with new or capacity addition projects. BEML has also firmed up plans to enter into the track maintenance vehicles segment with a global manufacturer,” it said.

It expects orders from the Railways for additional 720 coaches and 36 stainless steel EMUs (electric multiple units) in addition to the existing orders in various car categories.

In the defence business, BEML said, it was firming up plans to make armoured recovery vehicles for the Army and exploring supply of components and aggregates for combat vehicles.

Mining

In its main business of mining and construction equipment, which is around 55 per cent of its turnover, BEML recently received orders worth Rs. 230 crore apart from orders worth Rs. 200 crore being executed this fiscal.

Vehicles and spares worth Rs. 175 crore have been exported this fiscal. To meet a growing demand for earthmoving equipment of higher capacity, BEML said that it had developed a 180-tonne excavator and a 150-tonne dump truck with electrical drive.
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Key features, technical and financial parameters of both corridors of Jaipur Metro:
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Green Line U/C:

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Funding pattern for both phases:


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Nice PPT on Jaipur Metro:

Jaipur Metro
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More of Green Line U/C over road and rail lines:

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