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Old April 26th, 2016, 12:22 PM   #161
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No progress: CDA, Chinese firm talk at cross purposes

By Danish Hussain

Published: April 29, 2016

ISLAMABAD:

The capital’s civic agency and a Chinese firm talk at cross purposes at a meeting here on Thursday.

The Chinese state-owned Shandong High-Speed Group expressed its interest in investing in real estate sector especially development of stalled residential sectors. On the other hand, the Capital Development Authority (CDA) seemed interested in seeking investment in the development of road infrastructure and mass-transit projects in the city.

The CDA presented three projects to the representatives of the group, led by its Chairperson Sun Liang at the Board of Investment (BoI) office located at the Prime Minister’s secretariat.

The most important project presented by the CDA is the construction of the 55-kilometre-long monorail from Rawat to the New Islamabad airport.

The urban rail transit system, according to the initial proposal, will pass through the Islamabad Highway and the Kashmir Highway.

The PC-I of the under-construction Islamabad Expressway identifies a 25km long elevated corridor of the monorail from Rawat to Zero Point.

Other details of the project are not yet known, as the CDA has yet to initiate paper work of the project.

“Level of service has continuously fallen on the Islamabad Expressway due to ever increasing traffic movement,” said a senior CDA official, who attended the meeting. Although the work on the expansion of the signal-free corridor is in progress, it would not effectively serve the purpose in the future, he said.


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Islamabad: May 2, 2016 Chairman Capital Development Authority (CDA), Maroof Afzal has directed the concerned formations of the Authority to submit comprehensive and feasible plan for Islamabad Transport System with in a week time.

Under this plan, a state of the art transport system will be provided from the suburban areas to major roads particularly to the metro stations in Islamabad.

Chairman CDA, Maroof Afzal passed these directions while chairing a meeting held at CDA headquarters. The meeting was also attended by Member Administration Amer Ali Ahmed, Member Engineering, Member Planning and Design and other senior officers of the authority.

During the meeting Chairman CDA was briefed that planning of Islamabad Transport System is in final stages. He was informed that under this plan four (04) different routes are being proposed which will connect the areas like Tarnol, Nelor and Baharakahu etc with metro bus stations which will not only increase the utility of Metro Bus Service but will also facilitate the general public at large.

Chairman CDA Maroof Afzal directed the concerned formations of the Authority to submit feasible plan within a week time so that practical work on the Islamabad Transport Plan could be started at the earliest.

He said that there is no proper transport system which could cater the needs of suburban areas of the Islamabad, however, this public welfare project will not only facilitate the residents of suburban areas but will also augment the transport needs of the city.

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New transport system for Islamabad being weighed

By Danish Hussain

Published: May 3, 2016

ISLAMABAD:

The Capital Development Authority (CDA) is currently carrying out three different studies related to an urban transport system in Islamabad that includes feeder routes for the metro bus service.

The United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) has provided $100,000 financial support for the studies that are expected to be completed by coming September.

Pakistan Sustainable Transport Project (Pakstran) is coordinating the project.

The first study includes devising a strategy to implement Islamabad Bus Service (IBS) project.

Rough draft of the project, conceived in 2012 and approved by the civic agency board in 2014 still rests in files with no on-ground development on it.

It covers three different routes including Rawat to Secretariat, Bhara Kahu to F-8 and the IJ Principal Road to the Pakistan Secretariat.

However, the project has yet to materialise due to the absence of required technical knowledge.

“Under this study, technical assistance has been provided to the CDA to carve out a strategy to implement the IBS plan,” Dr Saleem Janjua, Pakstran national project manager said.

It would include carrying out ridership survey on routes suggested under the plan and possible financial model of the project.

The second study involves reviewing the feeder routes to the Rawalpindi-Islamabad Metro Bus Service.

The National Engineering Services Pakistan (NESPAK) before the construction of the metro bus service had identified some possible feeder routes in its study based on ridership in each sector of the capital city.

The third study focuses on ascertaining environmental analysis of the metro bus service, Janjua said.


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CDA to operate buses on six routes

ISLAMABAD: The Capital Development Authority (CDA) has decided to operate buses on six of the federal capital’s busiest routes.

Member Administration Amir Ali Ahmed said the authority is “very serious” about the public welfare project, and is going to take up the matter during its board meeting on Wednesday.

He said file work on the project is nearly complete, and following approval from the board, CDA will move to advertise in order to engage private bus operators.

New bus service project will be taken up in today’s board meeting

Last year, the civic authority’s management had announced the launch of the aforementioned transport facility on four routes: a bus service from Bhara Kahu to Marghazar Zoo - via Dhokri, Aabpara, Polyclinic and F-6, from Rawat to the Faisal Mosque, from Tarnol to Fatima Jinnah (F-9) Park and from the GT Road near the Railway Carriage Factory to the I.J. Principal Road metro station.

The buses on these routes act as feeder buses for metro bus routes, and will also serve to augment the overall traffic facilities in Islamabad.

Now, two more routes have been proposed: one from Nilor Chowk to Koral Chowk, and another from Lehtrar Chowk to Aabpara.

According to a CDA official, the CDA’s relevant transport wing’s summary stated that around 50 buses and Rs220 million will be required as a subsidy for the project per year. The official said a significant portion of the subsidy will be covered by advertisements on over 140 bus stops on the six routes.

The official said the buses will run on existing roads, but there will be a separate lane for them at all intersections. He said a private firm will be engaged to begin the project through a competitive process, while the CDA will provide the subsidy and patronage.

Islamabad, a city of over 2 million people, has – other than the metro bus – no adequate public transport facility. Successive CDA managements have promised to launch public transport systems, but have never succeeded in executing the project.

In 2014, the current management approved a Quality Bus Service project and then shelved it. It will now take up the Islamabad Bus Service project in Wednesday’s meeting.

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China offers to build light rail transit in capital
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ISLAMABAD: A Chinese company NORINCO International has offered its services to the Capital Development Authority (CDA) to build a state of the art mass transit system in the federal capital and also recommended a modern 'Light Rail Transit' (Tram) project for the city. The company is already engaged in the construction of 'Orange Line Metro Train project' in Lahore.

NORINCO International is a public listed company subordinate to China North Industries Corporation and its business scope covers projects in sectors of railway and urban rail transit systems besides several other domains such as highways and expressways

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China offers to build light rail transit in capital
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ISLAMABAD: A Chinese company NORINCO International has offered its services to the Capital Development Authority (CDA) to build a state of the art mass transit system in the federal capital and also recommended a modern 'Light Rail Transit' (Tram) project for the city. The company is already engaged in the construction of 'Orange Line Metro Train project' in Lahore.

NORINCO International is a public listed company subordinate to China North Industries Corporation and its business scope covers projects in sectors of railway and urban rail transit systems besides several other domains such as highways and expressways

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According to the news the Chief Minister of Punjab has given approval of Rawalpindi Ring Road and also to make feasibility of BRT service from Saddar to Motorway Chowk.

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Double decker tourist buses to be run in twin cities: PTDC

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ISLAMABAD: Pakistan Tourism Development Corporation (PTDC) Managing Director Chaudhry Abdul Ghafoor Khan has said that PTDC would run double decker tourist buses in Islamabad and Rawalpindi in collaboration with private sector transport companies.

The managing director was chairing a high-level meeting with the representatives of educational institutions and the private sector. Ghafoor informed the participants of the meeting, "Initially, students of schools, colleges and universities will be provided tour facilities with special discounted packages.”

He further said that in the initial phase of the project, buses will be run on routes that include the Faisal Mosque, Daman-e-Koh, Zoo, Rawal Lake, F-9 Park, Children’s Park, Ayub Park and Taxila Museum.

He said that gauging from the results of the initial phase, the exercise would be continued and the number of buses would be increased along with running them three to four days a week.

The managing director said that PTDC had approached the private sector for the provision of locally manufactured double decker buses through a joint venture.

Ghafoor added that the overall security situation in the country had improved and PTDC would increase its efforts for the promotion of tourism in the country.
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Seems like they're planning on converting/upgrading the current BRT line (Red Line) into an LRT line and adding three additional lines to the network. The Red line described in the article is the same route that the current BRT route follows. Even the stations are already themed around the color red.

As for the others, I've mapped them out on Google Earth:



The Orange Line seems to be the longest of the four, at around 42 km long. That's around twice as long as the currently existing Red Line which is roughly 23 km long. I'm going to assume that the western Part of the line (Kashmir Highway Interchange to New Airport) will serve as a "Airport Express" route since the line in that area doesn't come into contact with a lot of densely populated areas and may be considered suburban. May very well have fewer stations per km as compared to the other lines. It connects with the Blue line at Zero Point and the Red Line at the Kashmir Highway Interchange.

Surprisingly, the Blue Line is slightly shorter than the currently operational Red Line at around 20 km. I assume it will serve the purpose of connecting Southern and Eastern Rawalpindi with the commercial hub in Islamabad. It connects with the Green line at Katchery Chowk, Orange line at Zero Point and may very well connect with the Red line at Faizabad since the track will almost certainly be at a walking distance from the currently operational Faizabad Station on the Red line. Interestingly, Katchery Chowk is also at a walking distance (1.3 km) from the Saddar Station on the currently operational Red Line.

However, I have one complaint about this line. Had they stretched it beyond Zero Point to connect with the Red Line just 2 km North at Centaurus, it would've been ideal for those who would otherwise have to change over to the Red Line at Faizabad. That would alleviate a lot of pressure from the already overburdened Red Line. In fact, they should just stretch it another 6km all the way to the Faisal Mosque. The place is swarmed with tourist buses around the clock. This would serve as an ideal alternative for tourists.

I was expecting the Green Line to take a different route. It would've been ideal had it shot off into two branches, one turning towards IJP road as it does and another going north on Peshawar Road, eventually connecting with the Orange line at Golra Mor or Motorway Interchange. At 16 km long, it's the shortest line in the network but it will pass through some of Rawalpindi's busiest areas. It feels more like a feeder line for the Red and Blue lines. It connects with the Red line at IJP Station and Saddar Station & with the blue line at Katchery Chowk.

The Red Line needs no introduction. It's already the only BRT line in the city with 24 stations spanning over 23 km that connects the hubs of the twin cities. Though terribly overcrowded, an upgrade to LRT should alleviate some of that pressure.

I wonder if they have plans to introduce some Rapid Transit lines for the twin cities in the future. With a population of 4.7 million in the Twin City Metropolitan Area, long LRT lines aren't going to fix anything. We need faster trains with larger passenger capacity.

Here's a map of the changes I'd propose to this design:



On the Green Line, as I previously stated, an additional turn at Pirwadhai Mor towards Motorway Interchange via Peshawar Road could be very beneficial. Firstly, it will divert all the passenger traffic to and from the new Airport for passengers who wish to travel to and from the new Airport from Rawalpindi, rather than going to Islamabad to catch the Orange line via the Red line. This will alleviate pressure from the Red line. Additionally, almost all intercity bus companies have their terminals around the Motorway Interchange and Pirwadhai Mor (Daewoo, Niazi Express, Faisal Movers). They're applying the same methadology in Lahore, as all intercity bus companies are moving their bus terminals to Thokar Niaz Baig. Connecting these areas to a mass transit line could have a huge impact on the influx of passenger traffic without overburdening the Red Line. This would add an extra 6 km to the line and would increase the line length to 22 km, still just half as long as the Orange line.

On the Blue Line, as I previously stated, a mere 5 km extension towards Faisal Mosque could have a huge impact on alleviating traffic from the Red line. As anyone who's been on the Red Line MetroBus, the load between Pirwadhai and Centaurus is usually the highest. The Blue line could serve as an alternate route for those who wish to go to main Islamabad (Blue Area) or Murree Road without having to use the Red Line where the passenger density is at its highest. And connecting to Faisal Mosque will pave way for tourists who wish to visit the landmark. As anyone who's lived in Islamabad will know, the 1km stretch from Faisal Chowk towards the mosque is packed with buses carrying tourists. This extension would make the Blue line about 25 km long.

Additionally, I think they should consider adding a fifth line. I've added it in the map below as a Purple line:



This Purple Line would start at the currently operational Secretariat Station on the Red line similar to how the Green line and Blue line would connect at Katchery Chowk. It would then make it's way north on Constitution Avenue before turning East on Margalla Road. It would then turn south on the green belt between F-10 and F-11, making it's way between G-10 & G-11, H-10 & H-11 before connecting with the Green Line at the Sabzi Mandi between I-10 and I-11. This would serve be very beneficial to the residents of the Twin cities for a number of different reasons.

Firstly, it would connect almost all of the higher class F sectors with Constitution Avenue. This section would be used exclusively by the residents of this particular area, alleviating motor traffic on Margalla Avenue. Additionally, almost all popular tourist spots such as Marghazar Zoo, Japanese Park, Trail 3 & 5 and Saidpur Village would be at a walking distance from this line. And with the proposed Margalla Cable Car project underway in Saidpur, it could feed passengers throughout the Twin Cities wishing to go up the hills without having to drive up anywhere to get up the hills.

Additionally, it connects some of the largest universities in the city to the Network. IIUI, FAST, Bahria University and Air University would be at a walking distance from this line. This line would also connect Islamabad to NUST on the Orange line. Students from all over the twin cities would only have to change one line to arrive at their universities.

Lastly, with the addition of this line, all sectors in Islamabad proper would be well connected to this network. You would have to be no more than 2 km away from any of the lines on the network and would only have to change your line once to get to your destination anywhere in the twin cities.

This line would be 20 km long, but with the possible influx of tourists, white collar workers and students alike, I think this could be very beneficial to get Islamabadis to consider mass transit as a serious alternative to the sue of private vehicles.

Below is a map of the current railway infrastructure in the twin cities surrounding the proposed lines:



All the railway lines feed perfectly into the LRT lines if they could get their act together, upgrade them and use it as a feeder system from surrounding towns such as Taxila. They could even use it as a intracity railway service to fast-track passenger activity.

The Rawalpindi Railway Station is less than 2 km from the Marir Metro Station on the Red Line and less than 1 km from the Cantt Military Hospital, where a Metro Station on the Green Line could likely be built.

The Chaklala Railway Station is located right next to where the Blue line is supposed to pass through on the Airport Road in Chaklala.

The Nur Railway Station, located adjacent to the Railway Carriage Factory on IJP Road, could serve as a feeder to the Green Line.

The Margalla Railway Station, currently being used as Islamabad's De Facto Railway Station, is 1 km away from the Khayaban-e-Johar Metro Station on the Red Line. That distance could very well become nil if they were to extend the railway line another kilometer along the empty green belt, connecting it to the Red line with no walking distances involved.

The Madina-Tul-Hujaj Railway Station on Golra Road is less than 1 km from the Orange Line. Additionally, it would be less than 800 m from my version of the Green Line Extension, feeding both lines.

Amazingly, the national railway line is relatively close to the new airport. It wouldn't take much effort to build a railway track towards it and connect the airport to it. Nearby towns and cities such as Gujar Khan, Attock, Wah, Taxila and even Chakwal could easily be connected to the Twin City Metro Area by using these preexisting lines and stations to feed the LRT network. That's literally the model which most European cities use. People live in smaller towns outside the city and travel to the city for education or work. Raises the standard of living for individuals without having to worry about not being able to afford to live in the city.

I think this is a brilliant idea. But we need to think beyond short term goals and actually create a transit network that benefits everyone.
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