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Transcript of brTS



A Solution or a problem in itself...
Guided By:
Mr.Abhitap Chaudhary
Submitted By:
Rohan Soni
Garbhit Naik
Purwa Waikar
Ishita Pandey
BRTS...The Dream of INDORE
Started in the year 2007 the indore BRTS became operational on 10th may,2013. This 11.45 km corridor connects Rajiv Gandhi square to Niranjanpur through one of the busiest roads of Indore AB road. The major problem of any developing city is the increasing population,their allocation and transportation. Keeping this in mind AICTSL has led to the construction of BRTS which is an affordable,reliable,convinient and comfortable way of commuting people from one place to another.It has some very Hi-Tech features like smart ticketing,comfortable AC buses, GPS system, priority traffic signaling, trained drivers and other employees etc.
But today citizens like us are denying this project due to its some disadvantages. How can one tag a project as hit or flop when it is yet to be completed.
So, now lets see whether its a SOLUTION or a PROBLEM itself.
(a) Time saving mode of transport.
(b) Cost effective.
(c) Attracts the travellers.
(d) Unique Network.

List of variables
V1 : Number of weeks after start of BRTS project for public
V2 : Number of riders travelling per week in i-bus
V3 : Number of buses operated on BRTS corridor
V4 : Number of employees as on date
V5 : Quantity of fuel consumed per day
V6 : Average distance covered by each passenger per day
V7 : Average distance covered by operated number of bus
V8 : Average fare collected by AICTSL per day
V9 : Maintenance cost
V10 :Income from other sources like advertisement
V11 :Average time taken by buses for 1 trip from Rajiv-Gandhi Square to Niranjanpur
V12 :Number of two wheeler owners changing their choice of mode of transportation to BRTS
V13 :Number of four wheeler owner changing their choice of mode of transportation to BRTS
V14 :Price variation of crude oil per barrel
V15 :Total number of vehicles / meter sq. on mixed traffic lane on BRTS corridor as an indicator of traffic congestion
V17 :Fuel saved (in litres) for switch over of two wheeler owners
V18 :Fuel saved (in litres) for switch over of four wheeler owners
Constraints with the Projects
Unaccurate estimation of Revenue
Uncertainity of economic returns
Political Interference
Problem in Land Acquisition
Forecast of number of riders through next Years...
Graph showing estimated number of riders per 100 weeks
By this data we can see the time saved by i-bus instead of other modes of transport.
Data showing hike in petrol prices
CO2 emission because of combustion of fuel in contrast with number of vehicles registered in Indore Urban Area
Estimation of fuel saved on changing mode of transport
Congestion of traffic before and after BRTS
Maintenance cost of project

Maintenance cost can be categorized under two heads:
(a)Fixed Cost
(b)Variable cost
Data showing maintenance cost of 25 buses of Vidyasagar School
(a) Increased accessiblity,
(b) Identity and Image,
(c) Support land development,
(d) Reduced congestion,
(e) Improved quality of life, and
(f) Economic productivity.
(a) Miniature of BRTS : This is a model to be proposed and to be implemented at the earliest. The following routes should be taken under consideration:
(i) Bhanwarkua to Gangwal Bus Stand
(ii) Navlakha to Tower Square
(iii)Pratap Square to Annapurna
This step will establish a greater connectivity to the Rajiv Gandhi Square - Niranjanpur corridor.
This will lead to adaptation of BRTS by more number of people.

(b)Unique barcoding

(c)Single ticket/Return ticket purchase system

(d)100% monitoring

(e)Awareness programmes

number of weeks
number of riders
Comparison of time taken by rider in i-bus and other modes...
We all know that Indore is one of the fastest growing two tier city and it is very much important that this development is undertaken with proper care for the growth of the city. In this era of development public transport plays a major role and BRTS is a cherry on the top for Indore and its public transport which will focus on connectivity of each and every part of the city but it is important that after such a beautiful planning the implimentation should be proper in accordance with the points highlighted by us and suggestions made by us otherwise it can have an adverse effect.
Acc. to year 1998
Total no. of vehicles – 486162
Total area of mix lane between Rajiv Gandhi square and Niranjanpur:
L*B=11450*7.62=87249 m²
Average no. of vehicles=total no. of vehicles/total area:
5.57 /m²
*Total road width – width of BRTS corridor = Total width of mixed lane
*Total width of mixed lane x Length of BRTS corridor (11.45km) = Total area of mixed lane

Acc. to year 2013
Area between
1. Niranjanpur to LIG : 4300*18.29=78647 m²
2. LIG to Navlakha : 4820*13.41=64636m²
3. Navlakha to Rajiv Gandhi : 2330*18.29=42615m²
Total area : 185898m²
Total no. of vehicles=1642826
Average no. of vehicles=total no. of vehicles/total area
8.8 / m²
These calculations make us realize the measurement of traffic congestion in the city.
Units of measurement = Number of vehicles/ Total area.

BRTS Fact File
01.Average distance travelled by all buses taken together : 1244km
02.Average fuel consumption per km : 2.1 litre per km
03.Average number of travelers per day : 18467
04.Average revenue collected per person : rs9.17
05.Average distance travelled by per person per day :
4.41 km
06.Cost of travelling 1km by a passenger : Rs2.08


Auto Rickshaw Rs 10/km
Metro Taxi Rs19/km
Star Cab Rs 15/km minimum Rs 150
Cost of Petrol as on 20/08/2013 Rs. 75.2/ltr
Cost of diesel as on 20/08/2013 Rs. 56.70/ltr

∑ V2 = a∑V1 + nb
[1606621 = (91a + 13b)] x 7
11246347 = 637a + 91b ……… (i)
∑ V1 V2 = a∑ V1² + b∑ V1
12135675 = 819a + 91b ………. (ii)
On solving the equations (i) and (ii), we get a = 4886.41, b=89381.36
V2 = 4886.41 V1 + 89381.36

Source:study repot of SANJAY KUMAR SINGH(associate economics professor
Source : www.mypetrolprice.com
Source: R.T.O. INDORE

Equation of line of regression
Source: survey conducted by ourselves
Lack of self discipline.
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