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TABLE OF CONTENTS

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Description

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FINAL FEASIBILITY REPORT (VOLUME I : MAIN REPORT)


EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
1.

2.

Es-1 to Es-13

INTRODUCTION

1-1 to 1-3

1.1

Project Background

1-1

1.2

Consultancy Appointment

1-1

1.3

Project Description

1-1

1.4

This Final Feasibility Report

1-3

ENGINEERING SURVEYS AND INVESTIGATIONS

2-1 to 2-53

2.1

Detailed Reconnaissance Survey

2-1

2.2

Topography Survey

2-1

2.2.1

Objective

2-1

2.2.2

Scope of Work

2-2

2.2.3

General Terrain

2-2

2.2.4

Methodology

2-2

2.2.5

Data Processing

2-5

2.2.6

Feature Codes

2-5

2.2.7

Quality Control

2-5

2.2.8

Additional Surveys

2-6

2.3

2.4

2.5

Material Investigation

2-6

2.3.1

Understanding the Objectives

2-6

2.3.2

Scope of Services as per TOR

2-6

2.3.3

Salient features of Safer Highway Component

2-6

2.3.4

Stepwise Elucidation of TOR requirements

2-6

Pavement Investigation

2-35

2.4.1

2-35

Adopted Methodology

Hydrological Investigation

2-39

2.5.1

Overview of the Existing Condition of the Study


Area

2-39

2.5.2

Topography and Drainage

2-40

2.5.3

Existing bridges

2-40

2.5.4

Climate and Rainfall

2-41

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2.5.5

3.

Culverts and road side drains

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2-41

2.6

Road Inventory Survey

2-41

2.7

Bridges / Structures

2-42

2.7.1

General

2-42

2.7.2

Available Data from Secondary Sources

2-42

2.7.3

Field Surveys

2-42

2.7.4

Inventory of Existing Bridges

2-42

2.7.5

Hydraulic Performance of Existing Bridges

2-51

2.7.6

Condition Survey

2-52

2.7.7

Retention / Replacement of Existing Bridges

2-53

2.7.8

Existing Bridges / Structures with Less Deck


Width

2-53

DESIGN STANDARDS

3-1 to 3-8

3.1

General Considerations

3-1

3.2

At-grade Intersections

3-2

3.3

Road Embankment

3-2

3.4

Road Safety Devices

3-2

3.4.1

Road Markings

3-3

3.4.2

Traffic Signs

3-3

3.4.3

Roadside Safety Barriers

3-3

3.4.4

Road Delineators

3-3

3.4.5

Reflective Pavement Markers (solar studs)

3-3

3.4.6

Road Drainage

3-3

3.5

Design Philosophy and Design Standards for Bridges

3-4

3.5.1

Span Arrangement

3-4

3.5.2

Standards and Codes of Practice

3-4

3.5.3

Carriageway Width / Deck Width

3-5

3.5.4

Design Loading

3-5

3.5.5

Seismic Analysis

3-5

3.5.6

Soil Parameters

3-5

3.5.7

Design Mixes

3-5

3.5.8

Type of Structures

3-6

3.5.9

HYSD Reinforcement

3-7

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3.5.10

Prestressing Steel

3-7

3.5.11

Structural Steel

3-7

3.5.12

Clearances

3-7

3.6

Design Standards for Pavement Design

3-8

3.7

Design Standards, Specifications for Environment

3-8

TRAFFIC SURVEY AND ANALYSIS

4-1 to 4-68

4.1

Background

4-1

4.2

Traffic Surveys

4-1

4.2.1

Planning of Traffic Surveys

4-1

4.2.2

Schedule of Primary Surveys

4-2

4.2.3

Survey Methodology and Conduct of Surveys

4-4

4.3

Traffic Data Analysis

4-6

4.3.1

Analysis of Traffic Volume Count

4-6

4.3.2

Analysis of Turning Movement Count Data

4-16

4.3.3

Identification of Homogeneous Sections

4-17

4.3.4

Analysis of O-D Survey Data

4-18

4.3.5

Trip Frequency

4-25

4.3.6

License Plate Survey

4-26

4.3.7

Speed and Delay Survey

4-26

4.3.8

Spot Speed Survey

4-27

4.3.9

Pedestrian Count Survey

4-28

4.3.10

Axle Load Survey

4-32

4.4

Accident Data

4-33

4.5

Selection of Appropriate Location for Toll Plaza

4-36

4.6

Traffic Forecast

4-40

4.6.1

Secondary Data

4-40

4.6.2

Elasticity of Transport Demand

4-41

4.6.3

Traffic Forecast by Econometric Method

4-42

4.6.4

Estimation of Forecast Traffic

4-49

4.6.5

Estimation of Tollable Traffic

4-55

4.6.6

Toll Plaza Lane Requirements

4-57

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4.6.7
4.7

Capacity and Level of Service Analysis

4-59

Impact of Future Developments In The Project Influence


Area

4-61

4.7.1

Development Plan of Sonepat-Kundli


Multifunctional Urban Complex and Samalkha
town, 2031

4-61

4.7.2

Delhi-Panipat Rapid Rail Transit System (RRTS)

4-65

Delhi-Panipat Expressway

4-66

4.7.3
4.8
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Conclusion

4-67 to 4-68

ENGINEERING DESIGN

5-1 to 5-53

5.1

Introduction

5-1

5.2

Pavement Design

5-1

5.2.1

Design Methodology

5-1

5.2.2

Design of New Flexible Pavements

5-3

5.2.3

Design of Overlay

5-6

5.2.4

Design of Service Road

5-7

5.2.5

Slip Roads at the locations of structures

5-8

5.2.6

Design of Cycle tracks

5-10

5.2.7

Design of Truck Lay-Byes / Bus Terminals

5-10

5.3

PROPOSED TYPICAL CROSS SECTIONS

5-12

5.4

ROAD WAY DESIGN

5-12

5.4.1

Proposal for Culverts

5-12

5.4.2

Proposed Drain

5-12

5.4.3

Service Road

5-12

5.4.4

Proposed Right of Way (ROW)

5-12

5.4.5

Horizontal Alignment Design

5-13

5.4.6

Vertical Profile

5-13

5.4.7

Median Openings

5-14

5.4.8

At-Grade Junctions

5-14

5.4.9

Toll Plazas

5-15

5.4.10

Road Side Furniture

5-15

5.4.11

Way Side Amenities

5-16

5.4.12

Truck Lay-byes

5-16

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5.5

5.6

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5.4.13

Bus-bays and Bus Shelter

5-16

5.4.14

Reinforced Earth Wall

5-17

Hydrology and Drainage

5-19

5.5.1

Compilation of Data and Formulation of Design


Approach

5-19

5.5.2

Design Approach for Bridges and Culverts

5-19

5.5.3

Design Approach for Roadside Drainage System

5-22

5.5.4

Retention / Replacement of Cross Drainage


Structures

5-23

5.5.5

Methodology for Analysis of Bridges

5-23

5.5.6

Methodology for Analysis and Design of Culverts

5-26

5.5.7

Roadside Drainage

5-27

5.5.8

Recommendations

5-27

Bridges / Structures

5-28

5.6.1

New Bridges / Structures

5-28

5.6.2

Widening of existing Major Bridge at Ch. 32.275

5-28

5.6.3

Replacement of existing minor bridges by new


minor bridges in the approaches of flyover

5-29

5.6.4

New Minor bridges in replacement of existing


bridges

5-33

5.6.5

New Bridges on Service Road

5-34

5.6.6

New Flyovers

5-35

5.6.7

New Vehicular Underpasses (VUPs)

5-38

5.6.8

New Pedestrian Underpasses (PUPs)

5-38

5.6.9

New Cattle Underpasses (CUPs)

5-39

5.6.10

Proposed Foot Over Bridges

5-39

5.6.11

A statement showing details

5-40

5.6.12

Detailed Design and Drawings

5-40

5.6.13

Subsoil Investigation

5-40

Typical Cross Sections

5-41 to 5-53

ROAD SAFETY AUDIT AND SAFETY ENGINEERING


MEASURES

6-1 to 6-75

6.1

Background

6-1

6.2

Structure of the Report

6-1

6.3

Description of Project Highway

6-2

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6.4

6.5

6.6

6.7
7.

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Road Safety Audit

6-2

6.4.1

General Discrepancies Observed on the


Project highway Mukarba Chowk to Sighu
Border (8 lane section)

6-2

6.4.2

Countermeasures to be implemented
throughout the length of the Project Road

6-3

6.4.3

Safety Audit Observations

6-4

Accident Data Analysis

6-30

6.5.1

6-34

Identification of Blackspots

Safety Engineering Measures

6-39

6.6.1

Diagnosis of the Problem and


Recommendation of Countermeasure for
each Blackspot

6-39

6.6.2

Estimation of Benefits from Casualties Likely


to be prevented

6-72

Conclusions

6-75

VALIDATION OF iRAP STUDY AND DEVELOPMENT OF


COUNTERMEASURES

7-1 to 7-21

7.1

Background of iRAP study

7-1

7.2

Brief Review of iRAP findings

7-1

7.2.1

Inspection

7-1

7.2.2

Road Investment Plans

7-2

7.2.3

Key Countermeasures Recommended by


iRAP

7-2

7.3

7.4

Review of International Practices

7-3

7.3.1

Segregation of Vulnerable Road Users (VRU)

7-3

7.3.2

Reducing the Severity of Run-off Collision

7-6

7.3.3

Speed Management or speed control

7-8

7.3.4

Reducing Risk of Head-on Collisions

7-10

7.3.5

Safety Improvement for National Highway


G109, Beijing, China

7-11

Validation of iRAP findings

7-12

7.4.1

Introduction

7-12

7.4.2

Countermeasures Recommended by iRAP

7-12

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7.5

7.6
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Public Consultation

7-18

7.5.1

Stakeholders

7-19

7.5.2

Public Consultation Meetings

7-19

7.5.3

Incorporation of Stakeholder Input

7-20

7.5.4

Consultations with HUDA and DIMTS

7-20

Conclusion

7-21

ENVIRONMENT IMPACT ASSESSMENT

8-1 to 8-18

8.1

Introduction to EIA

8-1

8.2

Project Description

8-1

8.3

Statutory Requirement

8-1

8.4

Baseline Environment

8-1

8.4.1

Climatic condition and Air quality

8-1

8.4.2

Physiographic and Land use

8-2

8.4.3

Water Quality

8-4

8.4.4

Noise level

8-6

8.4.5

Ecological Environment

8-7

8.4.6

Socio-economic condition

8-7

8.5

Anticipated Impacts and Mitigation Measures

8-8

8.6

Environment Monitoring Plan

8-18

8.7

Environment Management Plan

8-18

COST ESTIMATE

9-1 to 9-6

9.1

Preamble

9-1

9.2

Methodology

9-1

9.3

Unit Rates

9-2

9.4

Details of Quantities

9-2

9.5

Miscellaneous Works

9-3

9.6

Contingencies and Supervision Cost

9-3

9.7

Estimated Cost

9-4

9.8

Project Cost

9-4 to 9-6

ECONOMIC AND FINANCIAL ANALYSIS

10-1 to 10-12

10.1 Introduction

10-1

10.1.1

10-1

Methodology

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Description

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10.1.2

Basic Input Data

10-1

10.1.3

General Data

10-2

10.1.4

Project Cost

10-2

10.1.5

Routine Maintenance and Periodic Maintenance


Cost

10-2

10.1.6

Homogeneous Based on Traffic Survey Data

10-3

10.1.7

Traffic Volume Composition and Growth Rates

10-3

10.1.8

Economic Cost of Vehicle Parameters

10-6

10.1.9

Economic Analysis Results

10-6

10.1.10 Sensitivity Analysis

10-7

10.1.11 Conclusion

10-7

10.2 Financial Analysis

10-7 to 10-12

CONCLUSIONS AND RECOMMENDATIONS

11-1 to 11-2

ANNEXURES

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Annexure 2.1 to 2.11

A-1 to A-38

Annexure 4.1 to 4.3

A-39 to A-53

Annexure 5.1 to 5.10

A-54 to A-132

Annexure 6.1

A-133 to A-233

Annexure 8.1 to 8.10

A-234 to 255

Annexure 10.1

A-256 to 267

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