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Constructability & Cost Feasibility Analysis of Pune Metro Rail Project Including Planning & Design Specifications

Constructability & Cost Feasibility Analysis of Pune Metro Rail Project Including Planning & Design Specifications

Pune is the 'Queen of Deccan' because of its picturesque, excellence and rich common assets. Plus, it is well known for its religious and recorded spots. Pune city is known for its educational, research and development institutions. The area likewise has significance as a vital army installation. Pune is the most industrialized area in western Maharashtra and well known IT center point in the nation. Pune embodies an indigenous Marathi culture and ethos, in which training, expressions and artworks and theaters are given due conspicuousness. Pune is social capital of Maharashtra. Pune area is situated between 170 0 North Latitude and 750 East longitude. The locale is limited by Ahmednagar region on the North-East, Solapur area on the South-East, Satara region on South, Raigad region on West and Thane district on North-West. Pune locale shapes a piece of the tropical storm arrive and in this way demonstrate a huge regular variety in temperature just as rain fall conditions. Atmosphere of Western district of Pune is cool while the Eastern part is hot and dry.
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The Pune Metro Station Area Management and Dispersal

The Pune Metro Station Area Management and Dispersal

ABSTRACT: Indian cities, with the help of DMRC, are planning to invest about Rs 2 trillion in metro rail systems. But our analysis shows that the DPR prepared by DMRC for Pune has many serious analytical and methodological flaws, making the proposal highly questionable. Therefore, there is an urgent need to revisit all proposed metro rail projects and critically review them. An independent expert group should conduct the review based on clear, objective criteria and examine all aspects such as their justification, governance, accountability, viability and integration with other modes, and the review findings should be publicly debated. India is urbanising rapidly but its urban governance institutions, systems and capacities have not kept pace. This has given rise to the problems highlighted in this paper, resulting in big, expensive projects that often do not deliver the promised benefits and neglect of cheaper, quicker alternatives that may be more beneficial. The Urban local bodies must be reformed to make them transparent and directly accountable to citizens, and undertake integrated, comprehensive, least-cost planning considering supply and demand side options. Otherwise, it is very likely that there would be large investments in urban transport projects with very little benefits, and our cities will grow increasingly grid-locked and unliveable. In turn, this could well put the brakes on the country’s much-touted economic growth story. So, provisions for other existing transport system like BRTS should be put and improvement for proper transportation should be made instead of merely focusing on metro rail. The above given solutions which are given, can be put to use to implement and eradicate some of the issues the metro is facing in the market. Care should be taken to develop an integrated transportation system and not favour any one mode of transportation. If the solutions are given and implemented, the problems can be dealt with and the issues which are being faced by other existing metros can be swayed and a faster integrated system can be achieved in a shorter span of time. If possible, underground corridor should be implemented to an extent to achieve an optimal plan with benefits from both the choices. An environmental impact assessment with socio economic surveys for both the corridors in detail can help keep the demands and the supplies under control and these above solutions can be implemented to achieve optimization and efficiency of the Pune metro rail in the following years
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Crisis Management during Emergencies with Reference to Pune Metro

Crisis Management during Emergencies with Reference to Pune Metro

Jan 8, 2018 - Hindustan Construction Company Ltd. (HCC) has been awarded a Rs 484-crore contract by the Maharashtra Metro Rail Corporation Ltd. (MMRCL) for the Pune Metro Rail Project. Pune Metro Project was approved by the cabinet on 8 December 2016. The Pune Metro project has been undertaken by MAHA Metro, a SPV (Special Purpose Vehicle) of Government of India and Government of Maharashtra. The project plans to improve the infrastructure of Pune and also intends to develop world class stations and surrounding areas to showcase the rich cultural heritage of Pune..Line 1 (14 Stations) PCMC - Swargate 16.589 KM underground 5 elevated 9
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Equipment Handling and Guidelines to Minimize the Accidents with Special Reference to Pune Metro

Equipment Handling and Guidelines to Minimize the Accidents with Special Reference to Pune Metro

The Tata joint venture (JV) with Turkish company Gulermak, Gulermak-Tata Projects Ltd JV, has bagged the tunnelling projects for the underground section of the Pune Metro Rail project. The JV has bagged contracts for both the packages worth Rs 2,283 crore with Package 1 of 2.5 km worth Rs 1,127 crore and Package II of 2.5 km worth worth Rs 1,156 crore, AtulGadgil, ED, Maharashtra Metro Rail Corporations (MahaMetro), said.The tunnelling work will see 7,900 shots with 30 to 40 blasts on an average per day, Gadgil said. This 5.019-km stretch is the most challenging part of the 16.56 Corridor-I PCMC-Swargate Pune Metro rail line, as it passes through densely populated parts of KasbaPeth, BudhwarPeth and Mandai market of the old city of Pune.
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Transit Oriented Development and Environmental Impact of Nagpur Metro Rail Project: A Case Study of Nagpur Metro Alignment 2

Transit Oriented Development and Environmental Impact of Nagpur Metro Rail Project: A Case Study of Nagpur Metro Alignment 2

Metro construction is a material intensive activity. Quarry operations are independently regulated activities and outside the purview of the project proponent. It is nonetheless, appropriate to give consideration to the environmental implications in selection of quarry sources since poorly run operations create dust problems, contribute noise pollution, ignore safety of their employees, or cause the loss of natural resources. About 10-15% of the construction material such as waste material from contractor camps is left behind by the contractor as construction waste/spoils. Dumping of construction waste/spoil in haphazard manner may cause surface and ground water pollution near the construction sites.
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Minimizing passenger congestion in train 
		stations through Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) coupled with 
		database monitoring system

Minimizing passenger congestion in train stations through Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) coupled with database monitoring system

This study is about the implementation of an automated transportation system through Radio Frequency Identification and Database Management which can be used for the Philippine’s Manila Rail Transit (MRT) system. The group would focus on two major tasks and that is for the interface of the RFID reader to the PC and creating simulation that has a database that would store, sort and retrieve data according to the needs of the system. The input module for the simulation system is done in two methods first is coming from the user input and the other one is with the use of RFID tags to be read and checked by the reader before sending it to the database system for recording and classification of data. The system has also been made in accordance to the current situation of the MRT. With the use different formulas and equations created by the group, would then determine the train’s scheduling depending on the number of RFID tags per station. This would also determine the number of passengers that would enter the train station, and could possibly reduce people congestion inside the train. This paper has been able to produce an algorithm to aid in the queuing of the MRT System to ease congestion.
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Time Overrun in Transportation Project   A Case Study of Mumbai Monorail

Time Overrun in Transportation Project A Case Study of Mumbai Monorail

The technology in the established form still not developed in any country as it implemented in relatively small countries like, Japan, Malaysia, and UAE. In India the monorail system is implementing only in Mumbai city for Chembur – Wadala – Sant Gadge Maharaj chock Corridor ,which is partly operating on Chembur to Wadala corridor. As it have been implemented in relatively small number of countries less researched on this transit mode comparative to conventional rail system however some key research does exists which is drawn upon practical experience working with monorail. The short intimation provided in few research papers on mass rapid transit system.
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Impact of New Public Transportation System in Nagpur City

Impact of New Public Transportation System in Nagpur City

Transport in Nagpur is important due to Nagpur's strategic location in central India. It is a rapidly growing metropolis and is the third most populous city in Maharashtra after Mumbai and Pune and also one of the country most industrialized cities. Nagpur is one of the 11 administrative districts in the Vidarbha region of Maharashtra state. Nagpur district lies between 20.35 deg – 21.44 deg North latitude and 78.15 deg-79.40 deg East longitude’s. It is almost triangular in shape. Nagpur district stretches over an area 9892 sq.kms Area under urban sector 364.66 sq.kms while the area under rural sector 9527.34 sq.kms In terms of area district Nagpur constitutes 3.21% the total area of state of Maharashtra. Population of the district according to 1991 census was 3287139lackh.urban population was 2031000 and rural population was 1256139 which constituted 61.79% and 30.21% respectively of the total population of the district. Whereas the figure of 2001 census reveal that the total population of district has gone up to 4068 thousand persons. The urban population is 2614 and rural population is 1454 thousands which constitutes of 64.35% and 35.64% respectively of the total population of the district. The male-female populations are 2105 and 1962 thousands respective. Due to increase in population as well as transportation NMPL company formed which gives the contract to Vansh Nimay Infraprojects (VNIL) to run city buses but due to increase in transportation and increase in population in Nagpur city it found that there is a numerous problem face by city buses to gave safe and efficient facility to public due to these they were diverting towards the private transportation. So there is immediately need to improve public transportation system need to provide new transportation system provide safety and mobility to road users such as brt metro rail systems. In these projects we show the Impact of public transportation system such as Conjunction, Delay, Incident, Increase traffic condition. For this various data of the existing public transportation (star bus ) is collected such as accident data, Problem face by people, traffic data collection for how star bus face the problem and extra time taken to reach destiny.
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A Numerical Optimization Technique for Scheduling Non uniform Metro Trains under Time varying Passenger Demands

A Numerical Optimization Technique for Scheduling Non uniform Metro Trains under Time varying Passenger Demands

Abstract: Urban rail transit is costly and often overloaded. Thus, the motivation of this paper is to develop specific operating strategies to reduce cost and improve service level. This paper proposed a numerical optimization technique to optimize non-uniform metro train timetables with time-varying passenger demands, where the total monetary cost of time and energy is minimized. The problem was formulated with a constrained, non-smooth, nonlinear programming model, and transformed into an unconstrained one by the proposed Augmented Lagrangian (AL) algorithm. Then, the Pattern Search (PS) algorithm was designed to search for an optimal solution in each iteration step of AL. The case study shows that the proposed technique is effective to obtain non-uniform timetables that significantly outperform uniform ones reducing cost at most 34.92%, and provides decision-making support.
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Effect of Metro Rail on Land Use:(D N Nagar,Mumbai)

Effect of Metro Rail on Land Use:(D N Nagar,Mumbai)

Mumbai Metro Line I can be divided into four groups depending on existing land use situation. Residential area of Versova, DN Nagar, Azad Nagar and Ghatkopar forms group 1, Mix use character and presence of Service and IT Sector industries form Group2 with Andheri, WE Highway and Chakala Stations. Airport road, Marol Naka and Sakinaka forms Group 3 which have Commercial & small scale industries and Hotels. Group 4 area near Asalpha and Jagruti Nagar station is majority slum area.

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Numerical Analysis of a Framed Structure Subjected to Metro Rail Loads

Numerical Analysis of a Framed Structure Subjected to Metro Rail Loads

The elementary loads considered for the analysis are static loads and dynamic loads. The loads from the metro super structure will be applied on the solid platform (assumed instead of super structure) located on top of the building model. Static loads include Dead Loads (DL), Live Loads (LL) and Super Imposed Dead Load (SIDL). The loads are specified from IRS Bridge Rules [6] for calculation of impact factor, force on parapet and foot path live loads. For performing static analysis, live load considered is the load of metro three car combination with an impact factor of 1.4 referred from IRS [6]. SIDL is divided into two parts i.e. SIDL variable and SIDL fixed. Only parapet load comes under SIDL fixed. Vertical reactions (V) on top of the supporting element due to static loads are referred from the study performed by Bharat Sharma [1]. The reactions on the supporting element considered is illustrated in table-2
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A STUDY ON THE KOCHI METRO RAIL – ITS IMPACT AND EFFECTIVENESS ON THE PUBLIC

A STUDY ON THE KOCHI METRO RAIL – ITS IMPACT AND EFFECTIVENESS ON THE PUBLIC

Kochi Metro Project is one of the biggest urban Project undertaken in Kerala state. The Project was implemented through densely populated area along highly congested routes. It is seen that the project will definitely increase the standard of living as well as create job opportunities for the people in the area. From the study it can be seen that the Metro in Kochi has brought about a positive impact on the residents as well as the business and employed sector.

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Metro Express - Envisioning A New Public Transport System For Mauritius

Metro Express - Envisioning A New Public Transport System For Mauritius

The researcher has been, as any common Mauritian citizen, a user of road transport for years and an onlooker of societal problems and challenges in his country. Using a simulated econometric model states how the different variables interact and how if, all these are well controlled, might give an indication of the viability of the Metro Express in Mauritius. It is also concluded that although metro systems are the most expensive urban public transport option, their high capacity and best performance (in terms of speed and number of passengers conveyed, make them invaluable parts of highly developed transport systems [15]. He also suggests that the coming of the railway system in a modern way back from a long-term successful spin in the last century, means a lot in terms of the economic progress of Mauritius under its vision 2030.
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Pragmatic Study of Government Policies for Metro Rail Project in India Abhishek Kumar*, Rahul Shinde

Pragmatic Study of Government Policies for Metro Rail Project in India Abhishek Kumar*, Rahul Shinde

Niraj Sharma, etc. all in 2013 carried out a research on The higher cost of metro corridors in Mumbai (as against the other Indian cities) is due to higher land acquisition costs and absence of various incentives/tax exemptions which the government has provided to other metro rail projects but not extended the same to Mumbai metro.

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Measuring the quality of bicycle routes in Pune, India: A field survey to measure bicycle route quality as part of the sustainable transport initiative in Pune, India

Measuring the quality of bicycle routes in Pune, India: A field survey to measure bicycle route quality as part of the sustainable transport initiative in Pune, India

Like the parameters from the ‘Measurement handbook’ indicate the parameters in the ‘Not used parameters’ an aspect of quality (safety, coherence etc.) of a bicycle route. The parameters, which are shown in this appendix are not used in the survey in Pune. This is mainly due to a not sufficient value for one or more criteria, which are explained below and in paragraph 3.1. This appendix explains how each parameter is weighted to the criteria and the parameters itself. After explaining the criteria used to weight the parameters, the not used parameter list, and the explanation of each not used parameter is shown.
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BUSINESS GROWTH PATTEN AND POTENTIAL OF PUNE DISTRICT IN MAHARASHTRA, INDIA

BUSINESS GROWTH PATTEN AND POTENTIAL OF PUNE DISTRICT IN MAHARASHTRA, INDIA

The location pattern of these industrial units showed that over 12% of these industries are located within Pune city and over 70% units are located around the city in all directions, including Pimpri- Chinchwad and further along the Bombay- Pune road, Chakan, Hadapsar, Pirangut, etc.. The MCCIA report has observed that although a large number of industries are located outside the city, a majority of the employees live in the Pune Municipal Corporation area which has better amenities. Therefore, there is great demand for transport services (i.e., roads and vehicles) for both goods and passenger transport. The IT and BT (Biotechnology) industries have emerged as the new driving force of the economy and have significantly grown by almost 26 times, from a turnover of Rs.250 crore to Rs.6,500 crore, between 2000 and 2008. The IT sector from Pune contributes to about 10% of national software exports. With over 600 IT companies and about 50 medium and 50 big BPO centres, besides many smaller ones, the IT sector, which is labour intensive like the SME sector, has generated a large number of new jobs, attracting people from all over the country, thus contributing to growth of population.. Most of the industries within Pune City limits fall in the category of engineering and allied activities. There were 12 large/medium industrial units and 876 small units in the PMC area in 2010. The city of Pune is an important a trading centre because of good communication, banking and other necessary facilities. The city has good road and rail links to the rest of the country which has facilitated the growth of trading activities.
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CATAPP: A SMART DEVICE APPLICATION FOR WINDOWS PHONE

CATAPP: A SMART DEVICE APPLICATION FOR WINDOWS PHONE

CATApp is a mobile application developed for MBA aspirants to help them prepare on the go. It basically lets the user take test on the mobile device and track progress for each category of questions. It is currently available on Android and iOS platforms. Owing to the upcoming release of Windows 8 SDK supporting metro interface, we are planning to develop the app for Windows platform. Windows version of the app will mainly focus on tablets and phones. As Microsoft is working hard to compete with Android and iOS by implementing cutting edge features required for mobile platform, it is the right time to start developing apps for Windows Phone. Keywords- Windows Platform ; Mobile Application ; CAT ; Test Taking System
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STUDY OF THE CANCER PATTERN IN MAHARASHTRA

STUDY OF THE CANCER PATTERN IN MAHARASHTRA

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Dedicated Freight Corridor Corporation Of India Limited By Mechanised Track Construction

Dedicated Freight Corridor Corporation Of India Limited By Mechanised Track Construction

In April 2005, the Project was discussed at the Japan- India Summit Meeting. It was included in the declaration of co-operation signed between the Honourable Prime Ministers of India and Japan for a feasibility study and possible funding of the dedicated rail freight corridors by Japanese Government. The feasibility study report was submitted to Ministry of Railways in October 2007.

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Masalah dalam penelitian ini adalah rendahnya hasil belajar siswa pada mata pelajaran IPS kelas VA SD Negeri 2 Metro Selatan. Tujuan penelitian ini adalah untuk meningkatkan hasil belajar siswa pada mata pelajaran IPS dengan menggunakan model pembelajaran kooperatif tipe talking stick. Penelitian ini menggunakan jenis penelitian tindakan kelas (classroom action research) yang terdiri dari empat tahap yaitu (a) perencanaan, (b) pelaksanaan, (c) observasi, dan (d) refleksi. Data dikumpulkan melalui lembar observasi dan soal tes pada setiap siklus. Data yang sudah terkumpul dianalisis dengan analisis kualitatif dan kuantitatif. Hasil penelitian ini menunjukkan bahwa penggunaan model pembelajaran kooperatif tipe talking stick dapat meningkatkan hasil belajar IPS siswa kelas VA SD Negeri 2 Metro Selatan. Hal ini dapat dilihat dari adanya peningkatan rata-rata nilai hasil belajar siswa pada siklus I yaitu 67,45 dengan kategori “Tinggi”, dan pada siklus II meningkat menjadi 75,73 dengan kategori “Tinggi”, dengan peningkatan sebesar 8,28 dari siklus I ke siklus II. Persentase ketuntasan klasikal siklus I sebesar 65%, meningkat pada siklus II menjadi 80%, dengan peningkatan sebesar 15%.
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