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SESSION 1B - ‘TOD Karo’ - Challenges and Opportunities in Implementing TOD Principles in India

Text of Draft Development Plan 2021 (Review) AUDA - D Thara, IAS

  • 1. Draft Development Plan - 2021 (Review)AUDA, January 21, 2013D Thara, IAS, Commissioner, AUDA, Ahmedabad, India

2. Second RevisedDraft Development Plan - 2021 (Review)Ahmedabad Urban Development Authority21stJanuary 20132 3. Densities of World Cities(Gross Density)Largest cities in the world ranked by population densityRank City / Urban area Country Population Land area Gross Density(in sqKm) (people per Ha.)1 Mumbai India 14,350,000 484 2962 Kolkata India 12,700,000 531 2393 Karachi Pakistan 9,800,000 518 1894 Lagos Nigeria 13,400,000 738 1815 Shenzhen China 8,000,000 466 1716 Seoul/Incheon South Korea 17,500,000 1,049 1677 Taipei Taiwan 5,700,000 376 1528 Chennai India 5,950,000 414 1439 Bogota Colombia 7,000,000 518 13510 Shanghai China 10,000,000 746 134Ahmedabad India 55,00,000 450 12211 Beijing China 8,614,000 748 11512 Delhi India 14,300,000 1,295 11013 Bangalore India 5,400,000 534 10114 Hyderabad India 5,300,000 583 9115 Singapore Singapore 4,000,000 479 8316 London UK 8,278,000 1,623 5117 Tokyo/Yokohama Japan 33,200,000 6,993 4718 Birmingham UK 2,284,000 600 38 4. Population and Development DemandSr. No. Development Demand 2021 20311 Projected Population 79.3 Lakhs 96.9 Lakhs2 Population Increase (AUC) 20.6 Lakhs 38.2 Lakhs3 Gross Density(2011) 125 (PPH) 125 (PPH)4 Additional Land Required 184 Sq.Km. 353.60 Sq.Km. 5. AUDA area4 Districts 168 (Gram Panchayats)9 Talukas 5 Growth centers (Municipalities) 6. Sanction Development Plan 2011Last date of Publication of RevisedDevelopment Plan 2021 - 12-02-2013 7. Policy gaps There is no clearly defined policy to promotepublic transport and TOD, it is happening inthe form of projects Policy dilemmas Transit as subject is divided in departments-State transport, City transport, Private goodstransport, paratransit- Planning of road, landuse and transit to be under one umbrella. 8. IssuesLack of data of land use and transport (privateusually) loadUrban design to link each residential andoccupational unit to the public tranport networkClimate related mitigation measures topromote walkability and non motorisedtransportBranding of the public transport throughqualitative measures 9. Differential FSI-the logic Integrate land use and infrastructure includingtransport-R1 within the city and R2 along thearterial corridors. High density totally paved development insome areas, some areas with very low densityfor ground water recharge, flora and faunaand trees To bring in canopy development throughprivate initiatives 10. Vision10Ahmedabad that is a livable, environmentallysustainable and efficient city for all its citizens; acity with robust social and physical infrastructureand a distinct identity; a globally preferredinvestment destination. 11. Principles Compact city Enhance Accessibility, Connectivity and Mobility Land use and transport integration-Ensure minimumenergy footprint Consolidate and increase green, water Incentivizing inclusive urban development affordablehousing Conserve heritage and cultural framework11 12. Population Density 2011Pop 2011 Area Sq km Area in HaDensityper HaDevelopedAreaDensityAMC 5583931 449.2 44920 124 164AMC East 3908752 229.75 22975 170 222AMC West 1675179 219.44 21944 76 123 13. Housing Scenario1Room and 1Bed Room housing units supply is not sufficient to fulfill the current demand.Income range up to Rs25000- 55% of Population 14. Demography 15. Population Density 2011 16. Planning Regulations-Zoning Optimise development in existing zoned area Encourage compact development in central areas,transit nodes and corridors Organise development around existing developedareas in contiguous areas Organise development in growth centers Allow for natural growth in villages while preservingprime agriculture Special planned development zones- Walled city,Sabarmati River front, Gandhi Ashram and ScienceCity-Thol Lake etc.16 17. How much of land is availablewithin Planned Area? 18. Vacant Zone area within AMC limitOgnaj 19. Vacant Area within AMC limitVacant Area insqkmAMC West AMC East Total Vacant Total Zone AreaR1 Total 15.95 33.4 49.4 174.5R1 under Green belt 1.82R2 13.84 1.7 15.5 25.3R3 27.08 0.0 27.1 33.4Agriculture 26.61 18.6 45.2 51.5Flood Hazard 88.1Total 137.19 372.7 20. Increasing FSI in zones to stimulate developmentSr. No. Zone PermissibleFSIPayment FSIPrevailing Proposed Total FSI(Proposed)1 R1 1.8 25% 50% 2.72 R2 1.2 nil 50% 1.8 21. Transit oriented developmentIncreasing FSI along transit corridors- BRTSMRTS from 1.8 to 3.6 or 4 based onchargeable FSI with concessions for affordablehousing. 22. Potential Land for Development 23. 200 mts. Buffer along BRTS & MRTSBRTS Length - 126.73 Kms Buffer Area - 47.68Sq.km. 24. High Density Corridor on Eastern Partof the City FSI 4.0 25. High Density CorridorsSr. No. Zone PermissibleFSIPayment FSIPrevailing Proposed Total FSI(Proposed)1 BRT +MRT1.8 - 50% +50% 3.6 or 4 26. CBD West option 27. Promoting Redevelopment Identification of overlay zones in line withinfrastructure- Transport and civic amenities Local Area Planning to superimpose betterurban design to integrate people to transit Seamless use of various modes of transport 28. Ahmedabads Commercial Hub Unplanned Distribution ofDensity 29. New Skyline of AhmedabadAshram Road CBDAllow Buildings with 70mt plus height 30. Central Business DistrictSr.No.Zone PermissibleFSIPayment FSIPrevailing Proposed Total FSI(Proposed)1 CBD 1.8 - 100%+50% 4.5 or 5 31. Expansion of residential zone 32. Promote Affordable Housing within the city32 33. Affordable Housing Zone- FSI-2.7 76sqkm 34. Improving Land use Efficiency - through GDCR 35. 24m wide road24mwideroadUnderutilization of FSI due to HeightRestrictionBase FSIChargeable FSI 36. 24m wide road24mwideroadUnutilizedChargeableFSI24m wide road24mwideroadBase FSIChargeable FSIUnderutilization of FSI due to HeightRestriction 37. GDCR Reforms Ground coverage restrictions are removed Margins fixed according to road width Height restrictions removed Facilitating height parameters defined Minimum floor height specified 38. Old GDCRProposed GDCROld GDCRProposed GDCRThere is no restriction on the groundcoverage in the new GDCR and hence thebuilding height reduces significantly.30 mt. Road30 mt. Road30 mt. Road30 mt. Road18 m22.5 m3 m18 m22.5 m3 m3 m10.5 m15 m10.5 m15 m3 mOld GDCRProposed GDCROldGDCR 39. Environmental Management Re-use of Waste Wateroccupancy having plot areas/ Built up areas > 5000 sq.mt Utilization Of Solar Energy (Solar water heating system)occupancy having plot areas/ Built up areas > 5000 sq.mtEnergy Efficient Buildings (Green Building)According to that rating certificate from GRIHA(Green Rating for Integrated HabitatAssessment) Or any other Government recognised Institute The CompetentAuthority can offer some incentives in the rate of premium FSI for the energyefficient buildings(Green Building)Rain Water ManagementConservation and harvesting of rain water in buildingPercolation pits for 500 sq.mt plotPercolating well for plot area > 1500 sq,mt and 4000 sq.mtRain Water Storage Tank for every plot having area >1500 sq.mt for storage of rainwaterProvision of water retention pond for large construction projects 40. Planning of regional, urban complex road network40 41. Three tier development approach41A regional plan functioning forintegrating the main city andsurrounding nodes/towns.Developing Freight Corridors for theSpecially developed zonesA Compact City PlanDeveloping strong ring and radial as citywide networkWhile community forms a grid networkDeveloping Radials as transit readystreetsPromoting NMV transitA plan for the nodes to develop as towns ofhigh quality residential/activity areascomparable to that of Ahmedabad.REGIONAL PLANGreater AhmedabadRegionURBAN PLANAhmedabad -GandhinagarCityNODAL PLANSe.g. SanandLanduse Transport Integration 42. Existing industrial DevelopmentSantejNarol 43. 43Towards Dholera SIRMehsanaLegendLinking growth in the regionLanduse Transport IntegrationBechrajiHimmatnagarDahegamMahemdavadKhedaBarejaBavlaTata NanoViramgamViramgam SIRSanandAhmedabadKobaKalolKadiGandhinagar 44. Road network -SP ring road 45. Road network- Interim Road 46. Road network -Urban Ring Road 47. Road network -Sanand Kadi Link, Dholera 48. 48Sanand SIRBechrajiTowardsDholeraSIRTowardsKandlaPortNew section to beDeveloped (45 km)DFC corridorDevelopment of New section (45 km)Freight corridor (120 Km)connecting-Bechraji, ViramgamSIR, Tata Nano, Changodhar SIR,Dholera SIR to Kandla andMundra Port.Freight Corridor connectingKandla PortLand-use Transport Integration Regional NetworkTowards VadodaraTowards BhavnagarTowards ChotilaTowards Palanpur Towards MehsanaTowardsHimmatnagarTowardsGodhraRegional radials- 4-6laneService lane provision atSettlement areaViramgamSIRViramgamMehemdabadPrantijTata NanoChangodharSIRKadiBechrajiKhedaKalolSanandDehgamDholkaFreight corridorRegional RoadsDFC corridorRegionalRadials 49. Road Network 50. Logistic Park 51. Diverting Regional Traffic (Logistics and Passengers)Total no of GSRTC Buses - 8000Avg Daily Passenger - 57340Total No of Private Buses- 1000Avg Daily Passenger - 40000 52. GSRTC departures from Ahmedabad- Passenger networkAshram Road753Indira Bridge Gnagar691C.B.S. Jamalpur- Paldi1515Iskon circle-Sarkej624Anjali Nehrunagar Iskon circle547Sarangpur -Naroda391CBS CTM NE1301NH8215NH8215Visat Pump - Kalol408Towards Kutch, Saurashtravia Sanand, Viramgam240Towards Saurashtravia Bavla307Towards Vadodaravia Kheda, NH8215Towards Vadodara,Surat via NE1301Towards Godhara,Vadodaravia Memdabad91Towards Kathlal,via Odhav110TowardsDehgam130TowardsHimmatnagarvia Prantij261Towards NorthGuj. viaGandhinagar115TowardsMehsana viaKalol408 53. AUTOMOBILEINDUSTRIESAUTOMOBILEINDUSTRIESSARKHEJ &CHANGODARSARKHEJ &CHANGODARDFCTERMINALDFCTERMINALASLALIASLALIVATVAGIDCVATVAGIDCODHAVGIDCODHAVGIDCNARODAGIDCNARODAGIDCCONCORICDCONCORICD

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