Wednesday, January 21, 2015

Idea of smart city-proper roads management and market traffic management

Idea of smart city-proper roads management and market traffic management bring India on world Map of developing country  

Learning/developing best practices/ better policies inside the India followed by different places

Important observation:  Creating Road as per load – Mean for Heavy Vehicle running road should be made by cement special additive color mixed in Australia brown. Rules are really very tight. No heavy vehicle allows on other line, cameras are capturing all this stuff and they are making road up to extreme corner and not giving any chance for dust pollution.

Best Practices 

To promote load oriented road design and construction

For truck and heavy vehicle – Cemented road with brown color additive (Benchmarking Australia)

To promote road for less tyre wears &safe life of city vehicle

 Two wheel vehicle & light motor vehicle (cars) – road made by dammar (black color) (Benchmarking Australia)

Gurgaon Best practice- safety is first priority

Over head bridge for crossing highway and big roads

Government need to implement this best practice in all national /state highway/ big cross road in every  2-to 3 KM or in every entry of villages entry—also in all express way

Highway and major road

1.       Highway and major road should be made up to end mark and clean by mechanical machine (best example -Bench marking- Australia) in India they left space in road side and that may be required more and every day cleaning also floating more dust.

Underpasses to cross road

Best Practices in Delhi C.P. many places, hauzzkhass….
Government need to implement this best practice in all national /state highway/ big cross road in every  2-to 3 KM or in every entry of villages entry—also in all express way

Idea of smart city-proper roads management and market traffic management

Chandani Chock Delhi, 
Really needed one way defining in markets, poles should be permanently fixed on side small roads/ Gali to stopped conjunction in market (Bench marking of Rajkot market/ Bhatinda  Punjab Market)
Area in Delhi- Chandani chock, Mayur Vihar phase-1… many more, Gurgaon Sadar Bazaar
-          To stop vehicle /riksha/bike going inside in market to stop to much traffic, only people can walk during 7:00 AM to 10:00 PM.
-          Way open for CAR, tampoo , or other vehicle only between night 10:00 PM to Morning 7:00 AM
-          To develop multi story parking outside of market or on free space available nearby / free ground

Saket Delhi Paryavaran complex

Road Rework
Normally  Telecom / water line lay outing contractor  or concern department of ministry not using boring the road to by pass the water line or OFC cable .

So PWD has rights to give permission  to work if they will give clearance when concern department pay the amount to PWD and PWD will open department for Patch work maintenance.This kind of amendment in policy will bring lots of  transparency and proper rework of roads.big  contribution to Clean India Project.

Solid Waste Management:  

  • Tie up of MCD (Municipal Cooperation  & Solid Waste Management company ---Employment Increase ( Best Example: Bench marking Greater Noida)
  • Online Complain System in MCD Tracking , Loging Complain & Followup. 
  • Time bonded low to closed the issue in 3 days.
  •  Penalty Clause 
  • Plastic Bag Ban in all over India9 even Milk Bag (Mather dairy, Amul...many more ...etc)
  • All departmental store need to sell khulla Kirana, Product with Paper Bag/ Jute bag
  • Culture Development & Trend development for cloth bags (Employment increase simultaneously)
  • Pakki Sabji Mandies and fruit Mandies development in every 5KM  So that Cleaning can be possible  , Contract has to be given to Solid waste Management companies ( Bench marking  Greater Noida) 
  • Timing of Cleaning ( Best Example - Bench marking - Khurai - Madhya pradesh) (Night 2:00 AM to 5:00 AM) they are cleaning road at night, not like cleaning staff start cleaning roads in morning 8:00 O' Clock and floating more dust in office time ( main reason for lots of skin and breathing issue.
  • Highway and major road should be made up to end mark and clean by mechanical machine ( best example -Bench marking- Australia) in India they left space in road side and that may be required more and every day cleaning also floating more dust.
Cable / Mobile Network Pollution: 
As i know earlier we were  paying cable operator 75/- to 100/- per month , and in many places people are not paying up to year,  there was no service tax , now a days big player comes in fiels and for same service currently they are charging 220 /- to 500/- per month , In the name of digital and HD service they are charging lots of extra amount which is not worth. But  jhal of cable and electricity as it is . I would Like to urge PMO India to keep general public in mind and bring some policy /bill in this area , so that Aim of Clean India can be achieved and General Public will get service maximum / not more than 100/- per month for digitization, and maximum cost of set up Box should not be more then 500/

सरकार  का इंटेंशन इस questionable ? क्योकि भहुत से काम बगैर पैसे के भी हो जाते है। गुड पालिसी से।

जैसे की जहा सिंगल रोड हे और divider नहीं है  वहा  केवक रोड के एक साइड - राईट में ही पार्किंग allow हो  और one way डिफाइन किया जाये जिससे की ट्रैफिक कंजेक्शन और पोलुशन न हो। 

My friend has inform me about Smart Cities Conference
Conference on Tamil Nadu Smart Cities
29 January 2015 : Hotel Hyatt Regency, Chennai

A city may be considered ‘SMART’ when it makes measurable investments in human and social capital, mass public transportation systems, sustainable ecological and economic development, information and communication technology, and a high quality of life, with wise management of natural resources through participatory action and engagement. Ideally, a smart city would have a smart economy, smart mobility options, smart environment solutions, smart living for its citizens, and smart governance for planning and regulating the entire network.

Although it has received a lot of attention in the last few years, the Smart City concept is still quite new in India. In recent times, several Indian cities—such as Chennai, Hyderabad, Coimbatore, Bengaluru, Mangalore, Jamshedpur, Kanpur, Delhi and Mumbai—have begun deploying smart technologies to efficiently provide civic services. These efforts include advanced communications systems, metro rail systems, traffic management systems, smart meters, GPRS for solid waste management, GIS to manage property tax, online water quality monitoring, and online building plan approval schemes, among others.

Certain new cities in India—Kochi Smart City, Gujarat International Finance Tec-City and Lavasa—are are currently being developed as model cities through private sector participation. The Government of Tamil Nadu too, in its TN Vision 2023, aims to create ‘smart’ cities with adequate infrastructure and basic essential services for all residents. In this context, CII Tamil Nadu is organizing one-day Conference on “Tamil Nadu Smart Cities” - a one of its kind Conference on 29 January 2015 at Hyatt Regency, Chennai for key stakeholders and solutions providers to chalk out the future of Tamil Nadu’s urban landscape.

The one-day conference seeks to analyze key trends, showcase technology solutions, discuss and propose solutions and strategies relevant to this field. The conference will present key global and local initiatives to highlight the challenges and opportunities of creating ‘smart’ cities in Tamil Nadu. It will also include sessions focusing on urban regeneration systems for public utilities, water & solid waste management, smart education & healthcare, smart mobility, transit-oriented urban development, etc. Discussions on a new paradigm for urban development will also include the roles of master planning and urban design, funding, technology, and above all—governance

CBRE is the knowledge partner of the conference.
Confirmed Speakers
Mr Venkaiah Naidu, Minister of Urban Development of India, Government of India
Mr Piyush Goyal, Minister of State for New & Renewable Energy, Power, Coal, Government of India
Mr Ravi Sam, Chairman, CII Tamil Nadu &, Managing Director, Adwaith Textiles Ltd
Mr C Subba Reddy, Managing Director, Ceebros Property Development Pvt Ltd
Mr Preetham Mehra, Senior Director, CBRE
Mr Aamer Azeemi, Managing Director, Cisco Consulting Services
Mr S Narayanan, President & CEO, Lavasa Corporation Ltd
Mr S N Subrahmanyan, Sr Vice President, Larsen & Toubro Ltd
Mr Pashupathy Gopalan, Chief Executive Officer, Sunedison Energy India Pvt Ltd
Mr G R K Reddy, Chariman & MD, Marg Group
Mr Shyam Kalyan, CEO, Mahindra Worldcity Developers Pvt ltd
Mr Sanjeev Dasgupta, CEO, Ascendas
Mr Chitranjan Kaushik, CEO, Ecofirst Services Ltd - Tata Enterprise
Mr Stephen Daniel, Senior Vice President & Head, Chennai Operations, Prestige Estates Projects Pvt Ltd
Dr Ajay Pradhan, Managing Director, CH2Mhill India
Mr Velan Chidambaranathan, CEO, TRIL Infopark
Among others...

The Sessions
The conference would cover the following sessions:
Inaugural Session
Session-I: How Smart Are Our Cities - A Reality Check
Session-II: Urban Regeneration - Smart Solutions To Address Need Gaps
Session-III: Panel Discussion: Building Blocks For A New Paradigm
Session-IV: Early Adopters – Innovation at Work

Registration details
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Use the above link to do the online registration The programme is non residential, and prior registration & payment of delegate fee before the Conference is a must
Participation fee is non-refundable. However, change in nomination is acceptable and the online registration is a must for changed nominations.
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Cheque/DD should be drawn in favour of Confederation of Indian Industry, payable in Chennai.
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Contact Details
Mrs Vedha Murali / Ms Soumya T S
Deputy Director
Confederation of Indian Industry
Southern Region Headquarters, Prof CK Prahalad Centre
98/1 Velachery Main Road, Guindy, Chennai 600032
Tel: 044-42444555 Fax : 044-42444510

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