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Taru Leading Edge Pvt Limited (hereafter referred to as Taru) has been appointed by Japan International Consultants for Transportation Co. Ltd., Oriental Consultants Co., Ltd. and Nippon Koei Co., Ltd (hereafter referred to as Client) to prepare a Resettlement Action Plan (RAP) for the affected area/people in the Mumbai–Ahmedabad High Speed Railway Corridor (hereinafter called HSR). The RAP is a part of the Joint Feasibility Study.
The RAP has been developed in accordance with the requirement of Japan International Cooperation Agency (hereinafter referred to as JICA). Environmental & Social Consideration Guidelines (April 2010)” and World Bank OP.4.12 guidelines (together referred to as the reference framework). The RAP provides a framework and a plan within which the resettlement, livelihood and other impacts linked/associated with the project will be addressed.

Bullet Train Project Report

Page Length : 404

Content : 

Volume 1
Chapter 1 Overview of Study
1.1 Objectives of Study
1.1.1 Study Background
1.1.2 Purpose of the Study
1.1.3 Region Targeted by the Study
1.2 Contents of Study
1.2.1 Overall Organization of Study Operations
1.2.2 Study Implementation Framework
1.3 Schedule

Chapter 2 Basic Route Information
2.1 The Study Area
2.2 Administrative Structure
2.3 Present Population
2.4 Economic Condition
2.4.1 GDP
2.4.2 Number of Worker

Chapter 3 Analysis of Relevant Data/Information
3.1 Review of HSR Plans
3.1.1 Indian Railways Vision 2020
3.1.2 High-speed Railway Vision
3.1.3 A Report by an Expert Committee on Modernization of Indian National Railway
3.2 Review of HSR Study between Mumbai and Ahmedabad
3.2.1 Pre-feasibility Study Commissioned by the Indian Ministry of Railways Republic of India in 2009
3.2.2 Study Commissioned by the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism of Japan in 2012
3.3 Review on Transport related Sector
3.3.1 Present Situation of Existing Traffic Mode and Future Plans
3.3.2 Organization of Ministry of Railways, Republic of India (MOR)
3.3.3 Operation/Maintenance of MOR including Safety Management
3.3.4 Procedure for Opening New Line in IR
3.4 Review of Existing Related Plans & Studies
3.4.1 Mumbai
3.4.2 Surat
3.4.3 Vadodara
3.4.4 Ahmedabad
3.5 Public Private Partnership – Legal, Institutional and Financing Framework
3.5.1 PPP History, Policy and Strategy in India
3.5.2 PPP Institutional Framework
3.5.3 PPP Project Application and Approval Process
3.5.4 Project Approval to Bidding and Selection Flow
3.5.5 Railway Projects Open to Participation by Foreign Capital
3.5.6 Financing Sources under PPP
3.6 The Dedicated Freight Corridors (DFC)
3.6.1 Background
3.6.2 Western Freight Corridor
3.6.3 Eastern Freight Corridor
3.6.4 Operation & Maintenance
3.6.5 Design Parameters
3.6.6 Estimated Cost & Funding Pattern
3.6.7 Business Plan
3.6.8 The Dedicated Freight Corridor & The High Speed Railway Corridor – Some Common Objectives
3.7 Plan for Semi High Speed Train on India Railways
3.7.1 The Quest for Speed
3.7.2 Progress of Speed in Rail Transport – Global Experience
3.7.3 Progress of Speed in Rail Transport – Indian Railway Experience
3.7.4 Present Policy Regarding Increasing Speed of Passenger Services on IR
3.7.5 Plan for Introducing Semi High Speed Trains with Maximum Speed of 160 Km/h
3.7.6 Augmenting Infrastructure for Up-gradation to 160 Km/h

Chapter 4 Formulation of HSR Basic Plan in India
4.1 Definition of High Speed
4.2 Necessity of HSR System in India
4.2.1 Role of High Speed Rail
4.2.2 High Speed Rail System is Quite Different System from Conventional Line System
4.2.3 Necessity of HSR in India
4.3 Basic Characteristics of HSR System in the World
4.3.1 Overview of Main Characteristics
4.3.2 Construction Method
4.3.3 Operation Method
4.4 Interoperability and Gauge Selection
4.4.1 Interoperability
4.4.2 Gauge Selection
4.5 Required Levels on Services / Facilities
4.5.1 Maximum Operation Speed
4.5.2 Traffic Frequency
4.5.3 Countermeasures against Earthquakes and Natural Disasters
4.6 Basic Technical Standard and System Selection
4.6.1 Schedule of Dimension for Mumbai-Ahmedabad High Speed Railway Corridor
4.6.2 Proposed Primary SOD for Mumbai-Ahmedabad High Speed Railway Corridor

4.6.3 Track Structure
4.6.4 Electric Power Equipment
4.6.5 Signaling/Telecommunications
4.6.6 Rolling Stock
4.7 Alignments & Station Location
4.7.1 Workflow of Comparison of Alignments and Station Locations
4.7.2 Site Survey and Meeting with State Government and Local Railway Bureaus
4.7.3 Overall Alignment and Station Locations
4.7.4 Preliminary Survey of Alignment

Chapter 5 Review of Travel Demand Forecasts and Setting of Fare Levels
5.1 Traffic Surveys
5.1.1 Introduction
5.1.2 Willingness-To-Pay (WTP) Survey
5.1.3 Classified Volume Count (CVC) Survey
5.1.4 Car O-D Survey
5.2 Optimum Fare Study for HSR
5.2.1 Cross Country Study
5.2.2 Fare Level for Other Transportation Modes ··
5.2.3 Recommendation
5.3 Review of Travel Demand Forecast
5.3.1 Principles for the Review of Demand Forecast
5.3.2 Precondition for Demand Forecast
5.3.3 Socio-economic Framework
5.3.4 Transportation Network
5.3.5 Base Year Origin-Destination (OD) Development
5.3.6 Trip Production
5.3.7 Trip Generation / Attraction
5.3.8 Trip Distribution
5.3.9 Modal Split
5.3.10 Traffic Assignment
5.4 Study for Multi-Class Fare System
5.4.1 Cross Country Study for Fare Level by Seat Class
5.4.2 Discount Ticket

Volume 2
Chapter 6 Natural Condition Surveys
6.1 Topological Condition
6.1.1 General Topography
6.1.2 Topographical Digital Mapping
6.1.3 Control Survey Work
6.1.4 Detailed Field Topographic Survey
6.1.5 Satellite Image Processing and Digital Elevation Model Creation
6.2 Geological Information
6.2.1 Outline of Geology and Soil in India
6.2.2 Plan of Geological Survey
6.2.3 Implementation of Geological Survey
6.2.4 Summary of Geotechnical Survey
6.2.5 Summary of Special Condition Ground
6.2.6 Geological Data Collection for Preliminary Survey of Alignment
6.3 Hydrological Condition
6.3.1 River System
6.3.2 Meteorological Condition
6.3.3 Ground Water Level
6.3.4 Water Quality
6.3.5 Hydrological Data Collection for Preliminary Survey of Alignment
6.4 Water Depth in Thane Creek
6.4.1 Mean Sea Level
6.4.2 Tidal Level
Chapter 7 Environmental and Social Considerations
7.1 Project Description
7.1.1 The Project Location
7.1.2 Project Background
7.1.3 Importance of the Project
7.1.4 Objective of the Project
7.1.5 Willingness to Pay
7.1.6 The Executing Agency of the Project
7.2 Present Natural and Social Condition
7.2.1 Climate and Temperature
7.2.2 Air Quality
7.2.3 Water Quality
7.2.4 Soil Quality
7.2.5 Waste Management
7.2.6 Noise and Vibration
7.2.7 Ground Subsidence
7.2.8 Offensive Odors
7.2.9 Topography
7.2.10 Bottom Sediment
7.2.11 Biota and Ecosystem
7.2.12 Hydrology
7.2.13 Protected Area ·
7.2.14 Demography ·
7.2.15 Employment and Livelihood
7.2.16 Literacy
7.2.17 Water Use
7.2.18 Current Land-use ·
7.2.19 Cultural Heritage
7.2.20 Indigenous or Ethnic Minority
7.2.21 Social Infrastructures and Decision-making Institutions
7.2.22 Health Care Facilities
7.2.23 Educational Institutions
7.2.24 HIV/AIDS
7.2.25 Gender
7.2.26 Children’s Rights ·
7.2.27 Climate Change
7.2.28 Landscape
7.2.29 Accident
7.3 EIA System in India
7.3.1 Law and Regulations in India
7.3.2 Role of Concerned Authorities
7.4 Analysis of Alternatives
7.4.1 Comparison of Alternatives
7.4.2 No Action Plan
7.5 Scoping and TOR on EIA ·
7.5.1 Predicted Impact and Scoping
7.5.2 TOR for EIA and RAP Census, Socio-economic Survey
7.6 Result of EIA Survey·
7.7 Assessment of Impacts
7.8 Mitigation Measures and its Cost
7.9 Environmental Monitoring Plan (EMP)
7.10 Land Acquisition and Resettlement
7.10.1 Necessity of Land Acquisition and Resettlement
7.10.2 Legal Framework of Land Acquisition and Resettlement
7.10.3 Gaps between JICA’s Guidelines and related Ordinance in India
7.10.4 Census and Socio-economic Survey
7.10.5 Eligibility Policy and Entitlement Matrix
7.10.6 Implementation Organization
7.10.7 Implementation Schedule
7.10.8 Resettlement and Compensation Cost & Budget
7.10.9 Monitoring and Evaluation
7.11 Local Stakeholder Meeting
7.11.1 Stakeholder Meeting in 1st Stage
7.11.2 Stakeholder Meeting in 2nd Stage
7.11.3 Stakeholder Meeting in 3rd Stage ·
7.12 Land Acquisition and Resettlement
7.12.1 Contents of the Report
7.12.2 Location of Affected IP Groups
7.12.3 IPP Budget

Volume 3
Chapter 8 Train Operation Plan
8.1 Basic Conditions for The Train Operation Plan
8.1.1 Basic Concept
8.1.2 Route Length and Stations
8.1.3 Restricted Train Speed (Curve and Down-gradient Sections)
8.2 Train Operation Plan
8.2.1 Demand Forecast
8.2.2 Stop Pattern
8.2.3 Traveling Time
8.2.4 Train Capacity
8.2.5 Train Operation Plan
8.3 Number of Required Train-Sets (Number of Cars) and Storage Locations
8.3.1 Number of Required Train-Sets (Number of Cars)
8.3.2 Storage Locations
8.4 Option Plan for Low-fare Passengers
8.4.1 Introduction of Low-fare Seat Trains
8.4.2 Others

Chapter 9 High Speed Railway Construction Plan
9.1 Basic Specification and Track Layout of the High Speed Railway for HSR1 Construction Plan
9.1.1 Basic Track Layout
9.1.2 Basic Policy for Designing Civil Structures
9.2 Embankment and Cut Structure
9.2.1 Embankment
9.2.2 Cut Structure
9.2.3 Box Culvert
9.3 Viaduct
9.4 Bridge
9.5 Tunnel
9.5.1 Planning of Location for Tunnels
9.5.2 Geological Aspects
9.5.3 Tunnel Configuration and Cross Section
9.5.4 Civil Work Aspects
9.5.5 Recommendations
9.6 Station
9.6.1 Station Facilities
9.6.2 Station Concept
9.6.3 Station Structure
9.6.4 Station Square
9.6.5 Parking Space at the Stations
9.6.6 Station and Station Square Plan
9.6.7 Transport Connectivity of HSR and Other Modes in Station Area
9.6.8 Summary of Station Elements
9.7 Track
9.7.1 Detailed Track Structure
9.7.2 Track Work Schedule
9.8 Rolling Stock
9.8.1 General Concept
9.8.2 Formation/Dimensions and Basic Performance
9.8.3 Recommendation for Rolling Stock Plan
9.9 Maintenance Facilities for Rolling Stock
9.9.1 Maintenance System and Equipment/Facilities for HS Rolling Stock
9.9.2 Maintenance System
9.9.3 Policy of the High-speed Rolling Stock Safety Control System and Features of Maintenance
9.9.4 Introduction of Japanese Maintenance for Shinkansen
9.9.5 Functions and Scales of Facilities at Car Depot and Workshop
9.10 Power-related Facilities
9.10.1 Power Supply Installation
9.10.2 Overhead Equipment (OHE)
9.10.3 Lights and Electrical Facilities
9.11 Signaling/Telecommunications
9.11.1 Signalling
9.11.2 Telecommunications
9.11.3 Cost Comparison of S&T Systems
9.12 Operation Management System
9.12.1 Roles and Requirements of Operational Control Center
9.12.2 Historical Progress of Train Operation Controlling System
9.12.3 Example of Operation Controlling System
9.12.4 Modern and Robustness System Configuration
9.12.5 Controlling Center Management
9.12.6 Proposed Train Operation Controlling System
9.12.7 OCC Building
9.12.8 Backup Function of OCC
9.13 Ticketing System
9.13.1 Ticketing System Structure
9.13.2 Processes Handled by the Ticketing System
9.13.3 Ticketing Systems for High Speed Railways in Other Countries
9.13.4 Ticketing System for High Speed Railway in India
9.14 Comparison between Recommended Systems and Alternatives
9.14.1 System Integration and Total Design Management
9.14.2 Comparison from the View Point of Cost and Technical Aspect
9.15 Summary of Workshop for HSR on Subsystem
9.15.1 Date, Time, Place and Number of Participants
9.15.2 Program
9.15.3 Output and Effect of Workshop

Volume 4
Chapter 10 Station Area Development
10.1 Urban Planning around Station Area
10.2 Station Area Development
10.2.1 Secure Convenience for HSR Passenger
10.2.2 Harmonization with Urban and Regional Planning
10.3 Value Capture Models
10.3.1 Existing Market Status and Regulations, etc.
10.3.2 Around Station Development
10.3.3 Land Value Capture Flow for HSR
10.4 Non Railway Business
10.5 Recommendation

Chapter 11 Operation and Maintenance Plan
11.1 Safety Management Plan
11.1.1 Safety Management in High-speed Railway
11.2 Operation and Maintenance Plan
11.2.1 Importance of Cooperation between Operation and Maintenance
11.2.2 Recommended Structure Type of O&M Organization
11.2.3 Organization for Management, Indian HSR Line1
11.2.4 Structure of Operation and Maintenance
11.2.5 Offices and Staff for Operation and Maintenance
11.2.6 Major Systems and Machines Required for Maintenance
11.2.7 Operation and Maintenance Costs
11.2.8 Investment after Starting Operation

Chapter 12 Project Cost of the High-speed Railway System
12.1 Total Project Cost
12.1.1 Composition of Project Cost
12.1.2 Basic Policy of Project Cost Estimation
12.2 Calculation of Project Cost
12.2.1 Construction Cost
12.2.2 Calculation of Project Cost
12.2.3 Cost Comparison between the Joint F/S and the Pre-F/S
12.2.4 Cost Comparison with Formation Level Width
12.3 Annual Investment Plan

Chapter 13 Project Implementation Plan
13.1 Construction Stage Structure and its Scope
13.2 Overall Framework for Project Implementation
13.3 Procurement Planning
13.3.1 Role of Procurement Planning
13.3.2 Procurement Methods
13.3.3 Priority for Procurement Planning
13.3.4 Basic Framework of Procurement
13.3.5 Main Object of Procurement
13.3.6 Development of Business Environment for Procurement

Chapter 14 Project Scheme Financial Option
14.1 High Speed Railway Project Implementation around the World
14.2 Metro Rail Projects around the World
14.2.1 Metro Rail Projects under PPP
14.3 Railway Projects in India
14.3.1 Railways and its Group
14.4 Metro Rail Projects in India
14.4.1 Case Study 1: Mumbai Metro Line 1
14.5 Financing Sources for HSR Projects
14.5.1 Financing Sources in India
14.5.2 Finance Sources from Japan
14.5.3 Other Finance Sources
14.6 Possible Project Scheme Considerations
14.6.1 PPP Project Structuring Schemes
14.7 PPP Contract Patterns
14.7.1 PPP Project Risks
14.7.2 Metro Rail Project in India Case Studies
14.8 Tentative and Possible Forms of HSR Project Implementation and Operation
14.8.1 Introduction
14.8.2 HSR, a New Modality of Railway
14.8.3 Possible Project Schemes ·
14.8.4 Financial Instruments Supporting Project Scheme
14.8.5 Accelerating Impact to Regional Development of HSR
14.9 Key Considerations for Future
Chapter 15 Economic and Financial Analysis
15.1 Methodology
15.1.1 Outline
15.1.2 Methodology of Economic Analysis
15.1.3 Methodology of Financial Analysis
15.2 Economic analysis
15.2.1 Economic Benefits
15.2.2 Economic Costs
15.2.3 Result of Economic Evaluation
15.2.4 Indirect Economical Benefit
15.3 Financial analysis
15.3.1 Revenue
15.3.2 Financial Costs
15.3.3 Result of Financial Evaluation

Chapter 16 Legal Systems and Technical Standard
16.1 High Speed Railway Line Construction Procedure in Japan
16.1.1 Japanese Institute and Procedure for Public Work (Council System)
16.1.2 Japanese High Speed Railway Construction Procedure
16.1.3 Land Acquisition Procedure and the Role of Local Government
16.2 Japanese Legislation for High Speed Railway Construction and Operation
16.2.1 Laws Related High Speed Railway Construction and Operation
16.2.2 Laws for Land Control and Land Acquisition
16.2.3 Technical Standards for Railway
16.3 Organization of Indian Government and Railways-related Institutions
16.3.1 Organization of Indian Government
16.3.2 Railway-related Institutions
16.3.3 Railway Safety Commissioner
16.4 Railway Technical Standards in India
16.4.1 Authentication of Technologies
16.4.2 Railway Technical Standard
16.4.3 Existing Schedule of Dimensions
16.4.4 Policy Circular
16.4.5 Standards of Construction
17.4.6 Current Situation of Bridge Design Process
17.4.7 Electrical Facilities
16.5 Efforts and Procedures Required for Introduction of High-Speed Railways in the Future
16.5.1 Establishment of Legal System and Technical Standard for HSR in India
16.5.2 Reinforcement of the Institute of High Speed Railway Project Implementation
16.5.3 Necessity of the Regulation Enactment in the Future
16.5.4 Schedule of Institute Preparation

16.5.5 Decrees Instituting Process
16.6 Recommendation

Chapter 17 Human Resource Development Plan
17.1 Basic Policy of Developing Human Resource
17.2 The Technology Required for Operation/Maintenance of India HSR Based on Current Railway Technology Level in India and the Core Technology to Ensure Safety of HSR
17.2.1 Current State of Railway Technology Level in India
17.2.2 The Technology Required for Operation/Maintenance of HSR
17.2.3 The Core Technology to Ensure Safety for Operation/Maintenance
17.3 Set-up Time of the Organization Concerned/the O&M Company for HSR and Schedule of Human Resource Development
17.3.1 Set-up Time of the Organization Concerned / the O&M Company for HSR
17.3.2 Technology Transfer during Construction Period
17.4 Specific Program for Human Resource Development
17.4.1 Human Resource Development for Operation/Maintenance
17.4.2 Object Trainees and Training Methods for Human Resource Development
17.4.3 Overseas Training
17.4.4 Training in India
17.4.5 Follow-up Education/Training during One Year after Opening
17.5 Other Issues of Human Resource Development
17.5.1 The Education/Training of Safety to Ensure the Safety in Indian HSR
17.5.2 Recruiting of Human Resource for Operation/Maintenance of HSR
17.5.3 Technical Independence of Indian HSR
17.5.4 Other Considerations
17.6 Set-up Plan of the HSR Training Institute in India
17.6.1 Organization of the HSR Training Institute
17.6.2 Facilities/Equipment of the HSR Training Institute
17.6.3 Training Materials
17.6.4 Education/Training Curriculums and Training Period of Main Related Employees
17.7 Overall Roadmap of Human Resource Development

Chapter 18 Conclusion

Volume 5
Appendix 1 Comparison of Alternative Route
1.1 Travel Demand Forecasts
1.1.1 Outline
1.1.2 Alternative Plan
1.1.3 Demand Forecast by Alternative Plans
1.2 Train Operation Plan
1.2.1 Number of Trains
1.2.2 Number of Required Train Sets (Cars)
1.3 Economic Analysis
1.3.1 Objective
1.3.2 Methodology
Appendix 2 Workshop for HSR Subsystem
2.1 Out-line
2.2 The Official Letter Concerning Workshop
2.3 Participants List
2.4 Speech and Presentation
Appendix 3 Workshop for SOD for HSR
3.1 Objective of SOD Workshop
3.2 The Official Letter for Workshop on Proposed SOD for HSR
3.3 Schedule of SOD Workshop
3.4 Program
3.5 Attendance List
3.6 Photos
Appendix 4 Environmental Impact Assessment
Volume 6 Appendix 5 Preparation of Resettlement Action Plan
Appendix 6 Preparation of Indigenous People Plan
Appendix 7 Financial Model Scenarios (Summary)

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