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Old November 28th, 2016, 06:48 PM   #61
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Plan to bring Green Line bus project under video surveillance



KARACHI: The federal government has decided to put its Green Line Bus Rapid Transit System project for Karachi under video surveillance for security and monitoring of the `state of the art transport service` through closed-circuit television cameras (CCTV) with a plan to keep an eye on its pace, fairness and smoothness of the ongoing work, sources and of ficials said.

They said some 150 cameras had already been installed and were functioning along the route of the Green Line BRTS.

The fact came to light when investigators probing the recent sectarian killing found the surveillance cameras of the federal government-funded project near the Patel Paratraffic intersection.

`The footage of those cameras was shown by almost every news channel,` said an of ficial. `It was acquired by the police investigators through the same camera installed for the Green Line project. In fact that particular intersection was not under video surveillance of any camera of the Sindh police or any other institution.

In February, Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif had formally performed the groundbreaking of the Rs16.85 billion federal governmentfunded bus project. A few months ago the federal government approved Rs6.5bn more fortheprojecttoextenditbyanother10kilometres, as was initially sought by the Sindh government.

The estimated cost of the project has now reached to over Rs23bn. The redesigning ofthe project is under way with the approval of the additional financial support of Rs6.5bn `The video surveillance of the bus service is part of the federal government`s plan,` said an official involved with that particular segment of the project. `For that, a private company has been hired for installation and operation of the entire CCTV system. It has also set up a separate command and control centre for this project. It`s almost functioning.

The Green Line bus project, approved by the Executive Committee of National Economic Council, is being executed by the Karachi Infrastructure Development Company.

Starting from the Power House Chowrangi in Sur jani Town, the bus service will now terminate at Merewether Tower after passing throughNaganChowrangi,NorthNazimabad,Nazimabad, Guru Mandir, with more than 20 stations on its route to cater 300,000 passengers daily. With more than 20-kilometre dedicated track, including an 11km elevated section, the bus service project is expected to be completed by the end of 2017.

This project is being constructed on a busway in the median of the roads along the corridor with stations in the centre of the median in both at grade and elevated sections which will provide 25km per hour high capacity service to 29,400 passengers every hour.

`Currently the surveillance system is being used for monitoring of the pace and other aspects of the project building. Once the project is completed, it will be utilised for security purpose of the bus service, added the of ficial.

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Not all BRTs are convertible to LRT but those designed specifically are convertible..as in this case where it is properly designed..
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The Islamabad/Rawalpindi area has developed an elevated BRT line, which opened last year, and I remember hearing that that line is convertible to rail/LRT.

Also, I think a major city can go with a BRT network because it is not dense enough for a metro system. The population of the Karachi area is already at 24 million, even though I have not seen any firm plans for a metro in that area. And I thought the planned revitalization of the Karachi Circular Railway had been scrapped some time ago.
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Yes, you can.. signals can be placed and height of platform can be adjusted according to needs
Logic died a thousand live. I am not even sure you understand the implication and granularity of a BRT and LRT. Its whole lot different than replacing B with L.

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@shashpant, got you, you are just another troller

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Green Line Project extended up to Tower



KARACHI: A presentation regarding the renovation and improvement of heritage buildings situated on the route of green line was held here at the Governor House, presided by the Principal Secretary to Governor Sindh, Muhammad Suleh Ahmed Farooqui. It attended by World Bank mission. Director General Urban Policy Khair Muhammad Kalwar was also present on the occasion.

It was informed during the meeting that there were 118 heritage sites and buildings on the route of green line which have been marked for renovation, refurbishment and improvement to beautify the same and sustain their historical importance,

Principal Secretary to Governor said that all mass transit projects are aimed at providing improved traveling facilities to Karachiites and the green line was an integral part in this regard

He also said that integrating communities was also a pivotal component of mass transit so as to enable the locals to make full use of this rapid bus transport system. He further said that maintenance of such projects was a huge challenge and it would require absolute involvement of communities to make the same more effective and sustainable

While highlighting the keen interest of group of civil society called Alliance for Civic Transformation (ACT), he said that it is contributing to make these heritage buildings more beautiful. As most of these

Buildings are situated in the business district of Karachi and it was an enormous task to renovate and refurbish them, he added .

He also commended the neighborhood improvement project being carried out in Korangi with the assistance of World Bank. He stressed the need of initiating such ventures in other localities in Karachi also.

It was informed during the meeting that green line would have 13 state of the art stations on its route out of which there would be 4 main stations. The project has now been extended till tower to facilitate commuters and its portion up to Gru Mandir would be completed in 2017.

The World Bank mission showed keen interest in the project and asked for further details to extend cooperation for the project

The World Bank mission included Jaafar Fariaa, Jon Kher Kaw and Shoaib Ahmed.


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KCR, Keti Bunder port projects included in CPEC

ISLAMABAD: The government has decided to include Karachi Circular Railway (KCR) and Keti Bunder port projects in the ChinaPakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC).

The decision was taken at a meeting on CPEC and power generation projects presided over by Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif at PM Office on Monday.

The government also vowed to overcome loadshedding by 2018 and increase the country`s total power production up to 30,000MW by 2022.

According to the prime minister`s spokesman, the meeting reviewed progress in different projects under the CPEC and the benchmarks set for numerous energy, transport infrastructure and industrial projects with particular focus on socioeconomic development of Gwadar.

The prime minister was briefed on the tentative agenda items for the upcoming meeting of the ChinaPakistan Joint Cooperation Committee (JCC). About the procedure for inclusion of a project in the CPEC, the meeting was informed that approval of any decision by the working group concerned was imperative before its final approval by the JCC.

`The prime minister directed that Karachi Circular Railway and Keti Bunder port projects must be taken up at the next JCC meeting for inclusion in CPEC, as conveyed by the Sindh government,` the spokesman said.

The prime minister directed Minister for Planning andDevelopment Ahsan Iqbal to consult the chief ministers for finalisation of sites in the provinces for establishment of economic zones along the CPEC.

Mr Sharif was quoted as saying: `Industrial zones would be set up at places that have economic feasibility and viability for maximum economic returns and benefits for both China and Pakistan.

He directed the formation of a committee to suggest and advise the Chinese government about economic practicability and benefit of economic zones` sites.

`China helped us a great dealin the economic revival at a crucial juncture for which the government and people of Pakistan are grateful to the Chinese leadership and people. China and Pakistan have translated their longterm strategic ties into a strong and durable economic partnership that would greatly benefit both the countries,` the prime minister said.

The meeting was informed that infrastructure projects, including road, rail, aviation and data connectivity, were being executed on a fasttrack basis.

Energy projects The meeting was also briefed on energy projects being carried out under the CPEC, including coal, hydel, wind, solar and transmission lines, as well as on the capacity and timeline for completion of various ongoing power projects in the country.

It was informed that about 10,996MW would be added to the national grid by March 2018 againstthe expected electricity shortfall of 7,000 to 8,000MW for 2017-18.

The meeting was told that work on improving the transmission system was going on in all parts of the country and it was being closely monitored by the water and power ministry. The system augmentation work for carrying additional capacity would be completed by the end of 2017, which would make the country`s 90 per cent transmission system constraint-free.

The prime minister said that getting rid of power shortages was essential for realising the huge economic potential of the country, which had unfortunately been ignored by successive governments for 15 years. He said the government`s long-term plans included production of over 30,000MW of electricity by 2022.

Mr Sharif was of the opinion that increased power generation would substantially contribute towards economic growth and increase industrial activities. He said he was personally monitoring the progress on the ongoing power projects to ensure their timely completion. `Our energy plan is the centrepiece of our economic vision and no laxity in the execution and completion of energy projects could be tolerated,` he said.

The meeting was attended by Finance Minister Ishaq Dar, Planning and Development Minister Ahsan Iqbal, Water and Power Minister Khawaja Mohammad Asif, Ports and Shipping Minister Mir Hasil Khan Bizenjo, Punjab Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif and Special Assistant to the Prime Minister on Foreign Af f airs Tariq Fatemi.

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Iran offers 200 buses to help resolve Karachi transport crisis



KARACHI: The Sindh transport minister has lauded the Iranian consul general in the city for offering assistance in various transport-related projects and offering to provide 200 modern buses to improve public transport in the city.

He was speaking to Consul General of Iran Mehdi Subhani who, along with a delegation, met him in his office on Thursday.

According to a statement issued here, Sindh Transport Minister Nasir Shah said that provision of a modern transport system to the people was a priority of the government and work was under way on various projects in this regard.

He said currently various development projects worth billions of rupees, including the Green Line and the Edhi Line buses, formerly known as Orange Line, were being implemented and after the completion of these projects people would feel a considerable improvement in the transport system.

He said the government was also planning to provide better transport facilities on subsidised rates in the interior of the province by providing latest and modern intercity buses so that people of smaller towns also get better transport.

Earlier, Iranian diplomat Mehdi Subhani offered Iran’s assistance in bringing about improvement to the transport system and offered 200 modern buses to solve the transport crisis in the city.

He also invited the minister to bring along officials of the transport department to Iran on an exposure visit to witness the modern urban transport system operating in Tehran.

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CPEC Urban Transport: 4 Mass Transit Systems to be part of CPEC for Karachi Lahore Peshawar Quetta'The inclusion of the four schemes would increase the size of CPEC to nearly $54 billion.

ISLAMABAD: Pakistan and China are set to make four new infrastructure schemes worth $8 billion part of the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor next week but prospects for early inclusion of Punjab government’s Orange Line Metro project and the Karachi Circular Railway remain bleak. The inclusion of the four schemes would increase the size of CPEC to nearly $54 billion.

The upcoming sixth meeting of the Joint Cooperation Committee, the highest decision-making body of CPEC, would be different from past five meetings. This time, all chief ministers for the first time are expected to attend the JCC. Each of them would be seeking inclusion of mass transit projects in their provincial capitals in the CPEC framework, according to officials of the Planning Ministry

Punjab Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif would be keen to get the $1.6 billion Orange Line Metro project into CPEC to win Rs20 billion tax concessions. Punjab government would also seek inclusion of a $662 million steel mill project, which is planned to be set up at Chiniot, in the CPEC framework, according to Punjab’s planning minister.

Sindh Chief Minister Murad Ali Shah would want the much-delayed $2.6 billion Karachi Circular Railway to get a place in CPEC after the Japanese have apparently backed out. K-P Chief Minister Pervaiz Khattak has also forwarded the proposal of a Peshawar Metro bus project to be made part of CPEC while the Balochistan chief minister would like to have the Quetta Light Rail project in the CPEC.

However, none of these four mass transit projects would be officially made part of the CPEC, during the upcoming JCC meeting. The Joint Working Group on Infrastructure has not discussed these projects, which is a prerequisite, said sources in the planning ministry. The agenda of the JCC, which will meet in Beijing, has already been finalised, they said. However, the expectations are that the JCC would forward these projects to the respective working group for its technical and financial evaluation, the sources said.

Few days back, the Sindh CM requested the prime minister to make the Karachi Circular Railway a part of the CPEC framework, said Ahsan Iqbal on Thursday. A planning ministry official said that Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif has set up a committee under the joint leadership of Member Infrastructure of Planning Commission Malik Ahmad Khan and Additional Chief Secretary Sindh. The joint committee would work to resolve the issue of land between Pakistan Railways and the Sindh government for smooth execution of the Karachi Circular Railway

Pakistan Railways has demanded money in return for land, which the Sindh government is not eager to pay due to its impact on the cost of the project, said the officials. However, if Karachi Circular Railway eventually becomes part of the CPEC framework, the provincial government may get concessional financing from China like the one offered to Orange Line Metro project.
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Sindh okays Rs271bn for KCR revival

KARACHI: The Sindh Provincial Development Working Party (PDWP) on Thursday approved six projects costing Rs273.213 billion which included Rs271 billion for the revival of Karachi Circular Railway (KCR).

At a PDWP meeting, chaired by Additional Chief Secretary for Development Muhammad Waseem, these development schemes related to health, local government, transport and irrigation were given a go-ahead.

These include restoration of road from Bashirabad Phatak to Salhani Check Post worth Rs59.7 million, establishing the 200-bed Shaheed Mohtrama Benazir Bhutto Hospital at Mominabad, Metroville Site Town in Karachi worth Rs766m, surface drainage scheme near Alam Khan Odho Village (left over pocket) worth Rs436.6m and restoration of flood and rain damages emergent works worth Rs460.9m.

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Asian Development Bank agrees to finance Red Line BRT project in Karachi

KARACHI: Asian Development Bank (ADB) on Monday agreed to support and finance Red Line, a route of Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) system project, starting from Malir to Numaish in Karachi.

In a meeting with Sindh Chief Minister Murad Ali Shah, a delegation of ADB led by its country director Werner E. Liepach agreed to the request of the Sindh government to finance and support the Red Line BRT project. A committee was constituted to shape up the financial and technical support.

The ADB country director said that funds have already been approved only formalities are to be completed.

This should be noted that ADB had backed out of the project in March 2015. While, the Sindh government had claimed to complete the project by 2016 end with its own fundings.

Enhancement of Public Private Partnership (PPP) and different other projects were also discussed in the meeting.

Other than the country director, the ADB delegation included Deputy Country Director Sunil Mitra, Head of Portfolio Donneth Walton, Head of Urban Unit Shaukat Shafi while the chief minister was assisted by Chief Secretary Rizwan Memon, Chairman P&D M. Waseem, Secretary Finance Hassan Naqvi and Project Director Karachi Package Niaz Soomro.

The CM said that to overcome the problem his government with the support of ADB launched PPP mode of procurement for private sector participation to undertake investment in public sector projects.

To address the significant infrastructure requirements in an efficient, cost effective manner and to enable further private partnership in delivering infrastructure services, the Sindh government has requested the assistance of ADB to expand and improve PPP in the province.

Under the project, ADB would support the Sindh government to develop a more financially sustainable and fiscally responsible PPP project portfolio.

The project is estimated at $184.23 million where ADB, DFID (UK) and Sindh would share at a rate of 52 percent, 12.62 percent and 34.42 percent respectively.

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The chief minister and the ADB country director also discussed $197.85 million Sindh Provincial Road Improvement Project under which six roads of 328 km would be rehabilitated.

The roads are Thull-Kandhkot 44 km of Rs2,065.25m, Sheranpur to Ratodero, 36 km of Rs1450m, Khyber to Sanghar via Tando Adam, 64 km of Rs2,802.09m, Sanghar to Mirpurkhas via Sindhri, 63 km at a cost of Rs2,485.35m, Tando Mohammad Khan to Badin, 67 km of Rs3,397.83m and Digri to Naukot, 54 kms of Rs3,358.28m.

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Sindh Chief Minister Syed Murad Ali Shah presiding over another meeting on Green Line BRT project at New Sindh Secretariat said that there was a dire need to make a comprehensive arrangement of parking, intersection and mobility of public at Numaish where all the BRT buses would stop and interchange.

The meeting was attended by Transport Minister Nasir Shah, Chief Secretary Rizwan Memon, PD/Principal Secretary to Governor Sualeh Farooqi, Secretary Transport Taha Farooqui, Chief Financial Officer of the Project Zubair Channa and other concerned officers.

The chief minister was told that the project starts from Power House Surjani Town and ends at Guru Mandir.

The environmental impact assessment report has been approved by SEPA. After completion of the project, Karachi will have its first-ever reliable, affordable, high speed mass transit system that would provide timely and conveniently service to the commuters, thereby 400,000 passengers with highest full day boarding at one station of 50,000 passengers.
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Sindh okays Rs271bn for KCR revival

KARACHI: The Sindh Provincial Development Working Party (PDWP) on Thursday approved six projects costing Rs273.213 billion which included Rs271 billion for the revival of Karachi Circular Railway (KCR).

At a PDWP meeting, chaired by Additional Chief Secretary for Development Muhammad Waseem, these development schemes related to health, local government, transport and irrigation were given a go-ahead.

These include restoration of road from Bashirabad Phatak to Salhani Check Post worth Rs59.7 million, establishing the 200-bed Shaheed Mohtrama Benazir Bhutto Hospital at Mominabad, Metroville Site Town in Karachi worth Rs766m, surface drainage scheme near Alam Khan Odho Village (left over pocket) worth Rs436.6m and restoration of flood and rain damages emergent works worth Rs460.9m.

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