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https://tribune.com.pk/story/1372504...ions-peshawar/


BRT system to slash carbon emissions in Peshawar

By Izhar Ullah

Published: April 3, 2017

PESHAWAR: The launch of the 57.4 billion rupee Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) system in Peshawar is set to slash hazardous carbon dioxide emissions in the city.

Thirty-one thousand tonnes of carbon dioxide emissions will be reduced in the first year of the project’s operations alone.

It is estimated that by 2026 emissions will fall by 62,000 tonnes which will significantly decrease pollution-related problems.
Peshawar was ranked second in the worst air polluted cities globally as a part of a World Health Organisation (WHO) study of over 3,000 cities between 2011-2015.

With carbon dioxide levels reaching up to 540 particles per million (PPM) – which is far higher than the WHO set guidelines of 10 PPM.

The BRT system is expected to be rolled out in April and shall have a total of 35 bus stations.

The provincial government has joined hands with the Asian Development Bank (ADB) to curb carbon emissions.

It is hoped that the reduction in carbon emissions would make the city more environment-friendly.

One of the key reasons for the support of the ADB for the project was its contribution to controlling carbon emissions.

This was stated in the Environmental Impact Assessment report of the system which had been submitted to the ADB by Peshawar Development Authority (PDA).

Under the 2015 Paris Climate Change Conference, Pakistan is a signatory along with other countries to reduce carbon emissions to combat the threat posed by climate change.

The ADB released a dispensation of Rs50 billion out of the total Rs57.7 billion cost of the project.

The ADB loan will provide technical support to the BRT system as well as the environmental assessment of the project on a regular basis.

“It is estimated that 30,988 tonnes of carbon dioxide emission reductions will be observed in the first year of the project operations,” the report states.

”While these reductions will more than double by the year 2026 to 62,145 tonnes and reach over 77,000 tonnes by 2036,” the report went on to state.

Once the 26 kilometre long BRT system which will run from Chamkani to Karkhano through Soekarno Chowk is complete, more than 50,000 passengers can commute using the service on a daily basis.

Published in The Express Tribune, April 3rd, 2017.
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The Asian Development Bank’s (ADB) Board of Directors has approved a $335 million loan to help the Government of Pakistan and the provincial Government of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa develop a sustainable urban transport system in Peshawar through the creation of the city’s first integrated Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) corridor.

Agence Française de Développement (AFD) and the European Investment Bank are also expected to provide support to the project through combined $150 million co-financing round. ADB will administer the loan from AFD.

“A modern and safe urban transport system is essential for the growth and development of cities like Peshawar and in the improvement of the quality of life of its residents,” said Xiaohong Yang, ADB Country Director for Pakistan.

“The BRT corridor will not only provide safer, more efficient, and comfortable transportation options for the people in Peshawar, it will also improve the air quality, reduce carbon emissions, foster gender equity, and make the city more livable.”

The scope of the project includes construction of a 26 kilometer, 31 station BRT corridor and associated facilities, including 2 depots, park-and-ride facilities, bicycle lanes, sidewalks, streetlights, as well as improved drainage to climate-proof the corridor.

“The Peshawar BRT project uses investment in mass-transit infrastructure as a tool for urban renewal, using transit-oriented urban development to organize urban growth,” said Yong Ye, Director of Urban Development and Water at ADB.

“ADB’s financing will help renew and renovate the entire corridor width from façade to façade, including the BRT in the median”, he added
The project includes capacity building of the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Mobility Authority and the TransPeshawar Company. The company will be responsible for BRT operations.

Current public transport has low usage among women passengers. The project will establish universal access and safety features for women and children, as well as disabled, including proper lighting and monitoring, segregated areas, and staff trained to deal with harassment incidents. Of the 4,000 jobs expected to be generated by the project, 10% are expected to be for women.

The Peshawar BRT is considered a “third-generation” BRT system, an innovation which allows BRT vehicles to travel along the BRT corridor in the busiest parts of the city and to travel off-corridor in less congested areas. This approach expands the system’s reach and capacity, lessens passenger transfers, and increases ridership and financial sustainability. The initial BRT fleet will be procured under the project. The system is expected to benefit 500,000 people in the city.

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KP CM for completing bus project in 6 months

PESHAWAR - Chief Minister Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa Pervez Khattak on Monday directed authorities to complete the rapid bus transit system strictly within six months.

The Chief Minister expressed resentment over certain tendering documents in which the period of completion of the project was mentioned as eight months instead of six months.
He directed the officials to strictly complete project within six months period or even earlier. He also directed for imposing heavy fines on responsible persons in case of any delay in this regard.

He issued these directives during a presentation of Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa Urban Mobility Authority.

On this occasion, the bus branding, logo (slogans) and other such details were approved.

Besides a mission of Asian Development Bank (ADB) led by Regional Director, was attended by Senior Minister Sikandar Sherpao, Minister Transport Shah Muhammad Wazir, Focal Person for Peshawar Mega Projects Shaukat Ali Yousafzai, District Nazim Peshawar Arbab Asim Khan, Chairman Chief Minister’s Complaint Cell Dilroz Khan, Chief Secretary Abid Saeed, ACS Azam Khan, Administrative Secretaries, high ups of the concerned departments and organisations.

The Chief Minister agreed in principle with the request of the ADB mission for extending the last date of bidding of reach one and three of the project from June 19 to June 29 due to certain technical reasons.

He, however, made it clear that the project must be completed within the specified period or earlier according to international criteria.

He was told that the ADB was providing Rs 41.88 billion for the project as compared to the provincial share of Rs 7.46 billion.

Khattak asked the concerned consultants to complete all the stations of the bus transit in attractive but same designs with state of the art architecture. It may be mentioned that three consultants have been appointed for the project who have been assigned separate sections of coordination, operation design, and business model and construction plan.

The Chief Minister asked them to work round the clock for completing the project and ensuring facilitation of public and smooth passage of traffic during construction work.

Khattak on recommendation of the ADB also agreed to construct main transit route in strips wherein the middle one meter strip would be kept open for grass while remaining 3.5 meter strips on both sides would consist of metalled slates.

He was told that such stripped route was used successfully in 10 countries of the world that besides reducing construction cost also added to the beauty of the corridor.

The Chief Minister said that hiring of necessary staff required for construction work of the Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) had been started.

The project has four packages, the first starts from the main bus terminal Chamkani to Qila Balahisar, the second towards Aman Chowk, the third ends at Hayatabad while the fourth includes construction of shopping plazas and other commercial buildings.

The Chief Minister was told that 450 air-conditioned buses would ply at the transit route whose fares would be much economical for the commuters.

The Chief Minister directed that minor changes in original design of the route should not hinder the timely completion of the project.

He directed for accelerated efforts for timely implementation and completion of the project, directing expeditious completion of the project, stating he would not allow any delay.

He agreed to the third party validation of the original design prepared by Asian Development Bank. The meeting was briefed about the process of implementation with special reference to the engineering designs, colour combination, the width and length and the proposed widening of the bus stations.

The meeting was also briefed about the project’s uniqueness as being the direct service operational model with main corridors length as 26 kilometres including the 6 kilometres elevated and 5 kilometres tunnel having 32 bus stations and integrating 68 kilometres feeding routes.

The Chief Minister approved 150 shelters at the feeder routes, six-storey commercial and parking plazas, bike sharing system, allied infrastructure for pedestrians and other associated features as part of the project.

The Chief Minister drew a comparison between Peshawar Rapid Bus Transit with those in Punjab and Islamabad, adding, that it would be a sustainable project generating resources and would become a self-sustaining and profitable project that would make it unique in features and facilities the world over. It would be the first ever golden standard third generation bus rapid system and its 26 kilometres long main corridor would cost Rs 33 billion.

Khattak was told that Peshawar’s transit system would cost Rs 1.27 billion per kilometre as compared to Multan Metro’s per kilometre cost of Rs 1.56 billion. Peshawar Rapid Bus Transit cost is 23 per cent lesser than the Multan Metro. Islamabad Metro’s cost is Rs 2.155 billion per kilometre and is 70 per cent higher than the Peshawar Bus Rapid Transit and Lahore Metro’s per kilometre cost is Rs 2.22 billion and 75 per cent higher than Peshawar Bus Rapid Transit, he was told.

The Chief Minister also approved Rs 193 million for compensating people affected by the project. He directed for shifting and relocating utilities on fast track from the main corridor.

He also directed to raise greenery on main corridor. Khattak also approved the architectural plan and the colour combination of the BRT and added that the commercial activities that were part of the project would make the project self sustaining and profitable. He directed the police, irrigation and other departments to identify their responsibilities and ensure that they have done it within time.

Khattak directed to hire required number of officials for the implantation phase of the project that should be followed by hiring of operational personnel.

He directed to prepare a financial model by the end of July, adding, that the financial model should also identify the way out for operational cost and the return of the principal amount, adding, that it would be a zero level subsidised project and directed to prepare the complete feasibility before May 15.
The Chief Minister while agreeing to other prerequisites of the projects, directed to give final touches to the PC 1 of the project and send it for CDWP for clearance, adding, that he would personally talk to the relevant quarters for its approval. Khattak also okayed construction plan of shopping and parking plazas, overall traffic diversion plan and the dates of the tendering. The meeting approved relocation of utilities and widening of corridor and 31 bus stations for BRT. The Chief Minister directed to strengthen the existing infrastructure that might be partially shared by the BRT.

He also okayed the transfer of land in Hayatabad, Dabgari Garden etc.

He directed to acquire land of 117 kanal in the main bus terminal at Chamkani out of the total 900 kanals of land identified for the main bus terminal at Chamkani.
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Foreign companies too eyeing rapid bus project contracts

https://www.dawn.com/news/1345548/fo...ject-contracts

PESHAWAR: Eleven companies, including international and local joint ventures, have so far submitted bids for the proposed multi-billion dollars Peshawar Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) project.

The bidding process, which began on June 29, is likely to complete during the current month and thus, leading to the formal groundbreaking ceremony is likely to take place by August 14.

Officials familiar with process told Dawn that the bidding process is likely to complete during the current month leading to formal groundbreaking of the megaproject which is likely to take place by August 14.

Executive Committee of National Economic Council (Ecnec) had earlier on Monday approved BRT at an estimated cost of Rs49.34 billion.

Bidding process to complete this month, groundbreaking likely next month

Central Development Working Party, Ministry of Planning and Development’s clearing house for provincial projects exceeding Rs10 billion cost had cleared the project on technical basis earlier in May this year.

Officials told Dawn that the deadline for submission of bids for reach 1 and III was initially set for June 19 but was later extended to June 29, while for reach II, bids were submitted on Monday.

About 26 kilometers long BRT corridor has been divided into three reaches i.e. I, II and III. Reach I starts from Chamkani and runs up to the Firdous Chowk, while II runs from Amn Chowk near Gora Qabristan and runs till the end point of the corridor in Hayatabad.

Reach-II, which passes through city most populous and congested areas of city and involves building of elevated portion of the corridor starts from Balahisar Fort and ends at Amn Chowk.

A senior project official, who did not want to be named, said 11 companies had submitted bids for the three phases of the project.

He said eight companies had submitted bids for reach I and II of the project and four others for the reach II.

The official said among those interested in reach I and II were four Chinese companies, an Azeri company and National Logistic Cell (NLC), while there were also some joint ventures also among the bidders.

Three companies, including two Chinese and a joint venture of Turkish and Pakistani companies, have submitted bids for reach-II, the official said.

Another senior official told Dawn that they were the bidding process and other requirements would be fulfilled during the current month.

“The groundbreaking is likely to take place on August 14. The contractor will be mobilised by the last week of the same month,” he said.

Regarding the Asian Development Bank (ADB) loan for the project, the official said the Ecnec’s approval was the last requirement for the project’s execution and that came last Monday.

He said in addition to ADB, the European Investment Bank and French Development Agency, too, had committed to providing $75 million each for the project.

The official said the companies, which would be awarded different reaches of the project, had to complete their respective work within six months.

“They will work day and night to complete the project on time,” he said.

About traffic problems to be caused by the digging of city roads form one end to the other, the official said 14 alternative routes had already been identified, while work had also been carried out on them to accommodate the higher number of vehicles.

He added that the BRT corridor would be partially closed to traffic during the execution of the project.

The official insisted that the Peshawar BRT would cost less compared to similar projects executed in Islamabad, Multan and Lahore.

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Gender parity: Peshawar BRT to focus on women


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By Izhar Ullah

Published: July 17, 2017

PESHAWAR: As the Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) system is built in Peshawar, its backers are focusing on a key aspect: gender parity with a large slice of the jobs it creates reserved for women and a focus on boosting the number of women who opt for public transport in the city.

The project, which is estimated to cost more than Rs61 billion is expected to generate over 4,020 jobs in the city.

The project’s loan proposal which was submitted to the President of Pakistan earlier in June by Asian Development Bank (ADB), a copy of which is available with The Express Tribune shows that the project expects to generate more than 4,020 positions.

Of these 1,414 jobs will be at the BRT stations such as ticket clerks, security staff and janitors.

A further 2,522 jobs are expected to be generated in the bus operations department such as drivers, conductors and mechanics. As many as 57 employees will also work in the TransPeshawar department.

Of all these jobs, 10 per cent of the positions will be filled by women.

The 26-kilometer-long BRT project is expected to be completed at an estimated cost of over Rs61 billion, of which Rs34.81 billion will be provided by the ADB as a regular loan while Rs7.89 billion will be sought from the French international development agency Agency France Development (AFD) and the European Investment Bank (EIB) as a loan to finance civil works and cover equipment cost.

The project is likely to become operational by 2019, but the main civil works are expected to be completed before the upcoming general elections in 2018, the documents stated.

Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa (K-P) Minister for Local Government and Rural Development Inayatullah Khan told The Express Tribune that a proposal submitted by ADB to the government is likely to be approved by both parties – the federal with input from the K-P government over its completion time and other terms.

The loan provided by ADB will be for 25 years, including a five-year grace period. The annual interest rate would be determined in accordance with ADB’s London Interbank offered rate of 0.15 per cent every year.

As many as 1.8 million residents of Peshawar are expected to benefit from BRT. Of this, 40 per cent are classified as poor while 0.5 million passengers are expected to use the project regularly, the documents stated.

However, the documents revealed a commitment to make the project gender mainstream.

In this regard, the loan proposal stated that 10 per cent of the BRT employees would have to be women.

Moreover, the documents claimed that since very few women use the existing public transport system in the city owing to harassment which women face in overcrowded public buses, the BRT will aim to increase the number of women who use it.

In this regard, the project aims to increase women commuters from the current 15 per cent to 20 per cent and an annual increase of five per cent in the first three years – doubling the total number of women commuting by public transport to 30 per cent at the end of the three years.

Similarly, the documents state that most women prefer to walk as much as two kilometres per day on average or are forced to use private transport which is more expensive.

To address this, the documents suggested that the project would establish universal access and safety features for women, children and people with disabilities at all the 31 BRT stations.

“All staff [of BRT] will also be trained to deal with harassment incidents within the BRT premises,” it read.

Published in The Express Tribune, July 17th, 2017.
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