Metro PIU

Metro PIU

Shri. PRK Murthy
Shri. PRK Murthy
Director (Projects) Metro,
Metro PIU
The existing suburban rail system is under extreme pressure and role of the bus system is limited for providing feeder services to suburban railways. There are constraints to expand the road and rail network capacity. Many pockets in Island city & suburbs are not served by rail based mass transport system. Mumbai Metro Master Plan has been undertaken to provide a rail based mass transit facility to people residing in the areas that are not connected by existing Suburban Rail System so as to enable them to reach the stations within the distances of ½ to 1 k.m. Mumbai Metropolitan Region Development Authority (MMRDA) appointed M/s. Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) (who was assisted by TATA Consultancy Services (TCS) and Indian Institute of Technology (IIT), Mumbai) in May, 2003 to prepare the Master Plan for Mumbai Metro and Detailed Project Report (DPR) for the priority corridors. The Master Plan for Mumbai Metro along with phased implementation was approved by the Authority of MMRDA, in its meeting, held on 28th May, 2004. The Master Plan includes 9 corridors covering a length of 146.5 km, out of which 32.5 km is underground and rest elevated. A public hearing was conducted on 22nd January, 2004 for opinions, suggestions and comments on the Master Plan.
 
While deciding the Metro Implementation strategy and preparing the DPRs, the Master Plan has been partly modified.
 
List of Revised Master Plan corridors proposed for implementation is as below :
Sr. No. Corridor Length (Km)
1

Versova-Andheri-Ghatkopar

11.40
2

Dahisar-Charkop-Bandra-Mankhurd

40.00
3

Colaba-Bandra-SEEPZ (Andheri)

33.50
4

Wadala-Ghatkopar-Mulund-Thane-Kasarwadavali

32.00
5

Bhiwandi-Kalyan

23.10
6

Jogeshwari Vikhroli Link Road-SEEPZ-Kanjurmarg

10.50
7

Andheri (East)-Dahisar (East)

18.00
8

Sewri- Prabhadevi

3.50
 

Total

172.00
* Note : DPR of 46 k.m. long High Speed Metro Corridor from Andheri (East) upto Mankhurd via Ghatkopar is completed (extendable upto Panvel), to ensure connectivity between Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport and Navi Mumbai International Airport.
 
Metro corridors connect important railway stations like Churchgate, Chatrapati Shivaji Terminus, Mumbai Central, International and Domestic Airports and major business hubs. These corridors will have interchange facilities with Suburban Stations and connecting neighbouring areas of Thane, Navi Mumbai, Vasai, Virar etc. After implementation of Mumbai Metro Master Plan, approximately 70 lakh commuters are expected to get benefit which in turn will substantially reduce the traffic on roads and congestion in suburban railways.
 
Out of the above Master Plan Corridors, only 11.4 km of Metro Line between-Versova-Andheri-Ghatkopar has become operational and Metro Line-3 : Colaba-Bandra-SEEPZ (Andheri) is being implemented through a SPV Mumbai Metro Rail Corporation (MMRC). Bidding process is in progress for award of Civil works.
 
The Government is keen to implement the rest of the corridors in the shortest possible time. Accordingly MMRDA and the State Government accorded approval for implementation of following 118 km elevated Metro corridors in next 4 years.
 
PROPOSED ELEVATED METRO CORRIDORS :
Metro Line Name of the Elevated Metro Corridor Length (Km)
2
  • Dahisar-DN Nagar (Line 2A)
  • DN Nagar-Mandale (Line 2B)
  • 18.00
  • 22.00
4
  • Wadala-Ghatkopar-Mulund-Thane-Kasarwadavali
  • Wadala to GPO (to Connect Thane to South Mumbai)
  • 32.00
  • 8.00
7
  • Andheri (E)-Dahisar (E)
  • Andheri (E)-Bandra
  • 18.00
  • 9.00
6

JVLR-Vikroli link Rd.

11.00
 

Total

118.00
 
MMRDA and State Government accorded administrative approval for implementation of 118 km Metro corridors at a cost of Rs. 35,400 Crs. (2015 prices) and entrusted the task of preparing the DPRs to DMRC for above Metro Corridors.
 
DMRC have submitted the DPRs for Line 2A-Dahisar-D.N. Nagar and Line 7 Andheri (E)-Dahisar (E). Line 2A project has been entrusted to DMRC for implementation as Deposit Work, while Line 7 is implemented by MMRDA, for which DMRC are the Interim Consultants.
 
DMRC recently submitted the DPR for Line 2B-D.N. Nagar-Mandale and the MMRDA in its Authority meeting held on 21st March, 2016 accorded approval and the proposal is submitted to the State Government for further approvals.
 
The DPR for Line 4 Wadala-Ghatkopar-Mulund-Thane-Kasarwadavali is expected shortly. The DPR for remained corridor are under preparation by DMRC and are expected to be received by end of May, 2016.
 
For both Metro, Line 2A and Line-7 the Ministry of Urban Development and Department of Economic Affairs accorded in Principle approval for ADB Loan Assistance. Hon. Prime Minister laid the Foundation Stone on 11th October, 2015. For Line-2A Civil works the Bidding process is in progress and for Line-7 contracts for civil works awarded. Both projects are targeted for completion by 2019.
 
 
You can reach through email at - 
Shri. PRK Murthy, Director (Projects) Metro : dpmetro@mailmmrda.maharashtra.gov.in

Functions of Division

With the view to implementing the Metro corridors in a time bound manner and to coordinate with various Central and State authorities, agencies, ADB, external funding agencies and DMRC, a dedicated Metro Project Implementation Unit (Metro PIU) has been set up in MMRDA. The PIU is headed by Shri. Pravin Darade, Additional Metropolitan Commissioner who is the CEO of Metro PIU.
 
The PIU will have several units covering various disciplines like Civil, Systems, Signalling and Telecommunication (S&T), Automatic Fare Collection (AFC), Land Acquisition, R&R, Administrative, Town Planning, PR and Finance.
 
The Metro corridors alignments are now available on Google Earth and linked to MCGM Website as part of "Ease of doing business" an initiative by MCGM, State and Central Governments.
 
Citizens and the developers / owners can access the alignment Maps on Google earth and seek NOC of MMRDA in case the properties are falling partly or fully in the influence areas of Metro corridors.
 
SALIENT FEATURES OF THE CORRIDORS :
 Features   Metro Line-2A   Metro Line-2B   Metro Line-7 
Length 18.60 km (Elevated) 23.643 km (Elevated)

16.475 km (Elevated) 

Stations

17 Nos. (All Elevated) 

22 Nos. (All Elevated) 

14 Nos. (All elevated) 

 

1. Dahisar (E)

2. Anand Nagar

3. Rushi Sankul

4. I.C Colony

5. Eksar

6. Don Bosco

7. Shimpoli

8. Mahavir Nagar

9. Kamraj Nagar

10. Charkop

11. Malad Metro

12. Kasturi Park

13. Bangur Nagar

14. Goregaon Metro

15. Adarsha Nagar

16. Shastri Nagar

17. DN Nagar Metro

1. DN Nagar Metro

2. ESIC Nagar

3. Cooper Hospital

4. Mithibai College

5. Nanavati Hospital

6. Santacruz (W)

7. Khar Police Station

8. National College

9. Bandra Metro

10. MMRDA

11. ITO

12. ILFS

13. MTNL Metro

14. SG Barve Marg

15. Kurla Metro

16. Kurla (E)

17. Umarshi Bappa Chowk

18. Chembur Naka

19. Diamond Garden

20. Shivaji Chowk

21. BSNL Metro

22. Mankhurd

23. Mandale Metro 

1. Andheri Metro (E)

2. Shankarwadi

3. JVLR Jn.

4. Mahanand

5. Aarey

6. Pathan Wadi

7. Pushpa Park

8. Bandongri

9. Mahindra & Mahindra

10. Magathane

11. Devipada

12. National Park

13. Ovaripada

14. Dahisar Metro (E)

Elevated / Underground Elevated Elevated Elevated
Depot locations Pahadi Goregaon (20 Ha.) At Mandale (22 Ha.) Dahisar (15 Ha.) (Land of Airport Authority of India)
Interchange stations
  1. D. N. Nagar (Metro Line 1)
  2. Dahisar (Metro Line 7 : (Andheri (E)- Dahisar (E) corridor)
  1. D. N. Nagar (Metro Line 1)
  2. Bandra (Suburban, WR)
  3. BKC (Metro Line-3)
  4. Kurla (Suburban, CR)
  5. Metro Line-4
  6. Monorail (Chembur)
  7. Mankhurd (Harbour Line)
  1. At WEH (Metroline-1 : Versova- Andheri-Ghatkopar)
  2. At Dahisar (Metroline-2A : Dahisar-D.N Nagar)
  3. At JVLR Jn (Metroline-6 : JVLR-Kanjurmarg)
Project base cost Rs. 4,673 cr. (with land and central taxes only. At July 2015 prices) Rs. 7,798 cr. (with land and central taxes only. At July 2015 prices) Rs. 4,628 cr. (with land and central taxes only. At July 2015 prices)
Project completion cost Rs. 6410 cr. (including state taxes and 7.5% p.a escalation) Rs. 10,986 cr. (incl state taxes, 7.5% p.a escalation and IDC) Rs. 6208 cr. (including state taxes and 7.5% p.a escalation)
EIRR 17.19% 25.20% 22.06%
FIRR 8.65% 10.78% 8.20 %
Central Govt. Contribution - - -
State Government Contribution Rs. 1,422.5 cr Rs. 2,564 cr Rs. 1,339.5 cr
MMRDA Contribution : Civil works + constultancy fees + 50% central taxes + R&R Rs. 2,184.5 cr Rs. 3,727 cr Rs. 2,622.5 cr
ADB Loan Rs. 2,803 cr Rs. 4,695 cr Rs. 2,246 cr
Ridership/day      
2019 3.53 Lakhs 7.60 Lakhs 4.73 Lakhs
2021 4.07 Lakhs 8.90 Lakhs 5.29 Lakhs
2031 6.09 Lakhs 10.49 Lakhs 6.68 Lakhs
Rolling Stock
  • Width: 3.20 m
  • Height : 3.9 m 
  • Length : 21.84 m 
  • Axle load 17 tonnes 
  • Seating Arrangement - Longitudinal
  • 3.2m wide
  • Height 3.9 m
  • Length 21.84m
  • long of Driving
  • Motor Car & 21.74m long
  • Trailer Car/Motor Car(MC) car long coaches
  • 25 kv Overhead traction
  • Width: 3.20 m
  • Height : 3.9 m 
  • Length : 21.84 m 
  • Axle load 17 tonnes 
  • Seating Arrangement - Longitudinal
Status
  1. DEA accorded approval for seeking ADB loan assistance
  2. To be implemented by DMRC on deposit work basis
  3. Civil work tenders have been invited, final date of submission on 18th April 2016
  4. DDC tender received.
  • Consultants have Submitted final DPR in February 2016
  • MMRDA Authority has approved DPR on 21/3/16
  • State Cabinet approval is in process
  • DEA accorded approval for seeking ADB loan assistance
  • Contract's for Civil works awarded
  • Tenders invited for General Consultancy
  • Detailed Design Consultancy. Tenders received for DDC.
 
 

MUMBAI METRO MASTER PLAN