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  • Chennai Metro Rail Project

  • Chennai Urban Transport System 143 lakh trips are made daily by passengers Only 27% of these trips are contributed by Public

    Transport ie 38 lakhs trips Currently Rail transport (suburban + MRTS)

    contribute 7% while bus transport contributes 20% . CMRL will contribute an addl. 5% by 2016

    Liveable cities like Hong Kong have PT share 90%, Singapore 65%

    Chennai needs more Public Transport and an Chennai needs more Public Transport and an Integrated Multi-modal Public Transport SystemIntegrated Multi-modal Public Transport System

  • PT Vision 2026

    Chennai Urban Transport

    Modal Share : 2008

    Public TransportInterm. Public TransportPrivate TransportNon-Motorised Transport

    Chennai Urban Transport

    Modal Share : Vision 2025

    Public TransportInterm. Public TransportPrivate TransportNon-Motorised Transport

  • VISION2026





  • Chennai Metro Rail Project

  • Airport


  • CMRL Project Investment

    Component GOI GOTN Total

    Equity 2190 2190 4380

    Sub Debt 730 844 1574

    JICA Loan 8646 0 8646

    Total 11566 3034 14600

  • Funds flow

    CMRL has spent Rs 3867 crores so far GOI has budgeted to release Rs 1648 crores

    and GOTN Rs 750 cr in 2012-13

  • Current status of Chennai Metro Chennai Metro is being implemented in about

    45 km : 21 km elevated and 24 km UG Can eventually carry 45,000 pax/hour/direction Loan agreement with JICA signed on 19.3.2009 MOU with GOI signed on 15.2.2011 23 out of 23 packages awarded and works are

    under various stages of progress Bidding for O&M contract under progress

  • Chennai Metro Schedule Stage-1: 11 km from Koyambedu to St. Thomas

    Mount trials will start by end 2013 Stage-1A: 10 km from Saidapet to Airport to be

    commissioned by end 2014 Stage-2: 24 km Underground will be

    commissioned by end 2015


  • Koyambedu Depot Layout

  • Elevated viaduct near Arumbakkam

  • Typical Underground Station Section

  • Nehru park TBM shaft

    Cut & Cover by Top Down / Bottom Up Construction Methods

  • Tunnel Boring Machines

  • TBM ready for launch in July 2012Total 11 TBMs to launched

  • Tunnel lining production

  • Track laying using precision Track Master

  • Rolling Stock

    1. 42 4 car Alstom train sets, 16 T/axle

    2. Stainless steel car body EN 12663:2000

    3. DTC + MC + MC + DTC formation

    4. Regenerative braking

    5. Max design speed of 90 kmphAW2 AW3 AW4

    Seats 176 176 176

    Standees 550 825 1100

    Total capacity 726 1001 1276

    % of seats 24 17.6 13.8

  • Other Systems

    1. OHE: 25 KV AC OHE system

    2. Sig: AFTC with Distance to go, ATP, ATO, ATS

    3. Com : Tetra, OFC based CBN, PAS, PIDS

    4. Lifts and Esc in all stations

    5. PSDs in all 19 UG stations

    6. TVS in all tunnels and OPE/TES in UG stations

    7. UG station VAC systems

    8. CCTV based security systems

  • Agenda issues

  • Role of MAB

    1.Should be a brainstorming body for exchange of experience and cannot exercise regulatory functions

    2.It must be forum for sharing of experience and development of national strategies

    3.The debates in MAB may be recommendatory in nature and not binding (or else it will affect the autonomy of metro corporations)

    4.There can be sub committees for specific subjects

  • Regulatory Clearances

    1.Success of DMRC is due to freedom to choose technology and minimal intervention

    2.MoR/RDSO roles must be to set standards and safety audit

    3.Standards set must be aligned with relevant international standards (UIC, EN, CENELEC, NFPA, etc.). This will enable better competition and more choice in vendors

    4.Technology choice, design, FAI/FAT, vendor approvals, etc must be left to owner operators in compliance with standards set.

    5. Time limits to be set for processing regulatory approvals to avoid cost escalation

  • Indigenisation1.Indigenisation is supported subject to compliance with

    international standards and safety norms

    2.Equipment majors shall be given a target of indigenisation as part of the contract so that they take responsibility for vendor development and standardisation

    3.ICF makes metro coaches that are much less expensive (Rs 3.5 cr as against Rs. 8 to 10 cr from imtl mfrs)but not to international standards. MoR to invest in raising standards of ICF metro coaches so that they can act as a competitor

  • Amendments to Metro Acts

    1.Shall have provision for O&M Operators and distinguish them from metro railway administration

    2.Fare fixation shall be left to Metro Boards as they have to pay the loans.

    3.CMRS : may not be advisable to delegate appointment to appropriate Government OR if it has to be delegated the Act shall specify the qualifications of the CMRS

    4.CMRS role shall not be made fuzzy by adding inter alia. The current act clearly specifies CMRS role.

    5. State Governments shall have full power in implementation and Land acquisition

  • CMRL


    Secretary, MOUD,Members of MAB

    and DG RDSO