Preliminary Draft प्रारंभिक मसुदा

October 2017

Public comments on the preliminary draft of Pune Cycle Plan are now closed.


August-September 2017

पुणे सायकल आराखड्याविषयीची महिती

(नवीन विंडो मध्ये ही माहिती उघडण्यासाठी वरील लिंकवर क्लीक करा. ही माहिती तुम्ही mouseवरील उजवे बटन दाबून आणि save करून तुमच्या संगणकावर download करून घेऊ शकता.)

यामध्ये, पुणे मनपामध्ये स्वतंत्र सायकल विभाग स्थापन करणे, सायकल समावेशक नियोजन, सायकलिंगसाठी पायाभूत सोयीसुविधा, नियमन आणि अंमलबजावणी, प्रचार आणि प्रसार, देखरेख इत्यादी प्रस्तावांचा समावेश आहे. हा आराखडा ३० सप्टेंबर २०१७ पर्यंत नागरिकांच्या सूचना आणि मत नोंदवण्यासाठी खुला आहे. कृपया खालील मार्गांनी आपल्या सूचना आणि मते नोंदवा:

  • Online पद्धतीसाठी पुढील लिंक द्वारे ‘आपले अभिप्राय
  • E-mail: punecycleplan@gmail.com
  • पत्राद्वारे: पुणे सायकल आराखडा, वाहतूक विभाग, पुणे महानगरपालिका, तिसरा मजला, वीर सावरकर भवन, शिवाजीनगर, पुणे ४११००५

PUNE CYCLE PLAN DOCUMENT

Preliminary Draft summary  (August 2017 ) for public comments (6 MB, pdf)

(Click on the link to open the document in a new window. You can download it to your computer by right-clicking and saving) 

Proposals include provisions for a Bicycle Dept at PMC, Cycle-inclusive planning, Cycle infrastructure, Regulation & enforcement, Promotion and public awareness, Monitoring etc.

The plan is open for public comments and inputs till 30 September 2017.  Please provide your inputs in any of the following ways:

  • Online through this website ‘Submit Your Inputs on Draft Proposals
  • Email: punecycleplan@gmail.com
  • Post: Pune Cycle Plan, Traffic Dept, Pune Municipal Corporation, 3rd Floor, Veer Savarkar Bhawan, Shivaji Nagar, Pune 411005

PRESENTATION

Download presentation (26 mb, power point presentation file)


MAPS

  1. Pune Cycle Network Plan
  2. Pune Public Bicycle System Plan
  3. Pune Cycle Parking Plan
  4. Bicycle Shops

Cycle Network Map

Network Legend

Pune Public Bicycle System Plan

PBS Legend

Pune Cycle Parking Plan

Cycle Parking Legend

Bicycle Shops

Cycle Shops Legend(To add cycle shop information, please email punecycleplan@gmail.com with the coordinates and information about the shop and the services it provides – sale of cycles, rentals, repairs)


All Maps Together

APPENDICES

  1. Appendix 1  A01Consultants’ Terms of Reference
  2. Appendix 2  A02 Household Survey Report
  3. Appendix 3   A03 Street Survey Report
  4. Appendix 4   A04 Online Survey Quantitative Analysis Report
  5. Appendix 5   A05 Cycle Infrastructure Audit Report
  6. Appendix 6   A06 Traffic Volume Counts Report
  7. Appendix 7   A07 Public Consultations Phase 1 2016 report
  8. Appendix 8   A08 Synthesis of Public Inputs online
  9. Appendix 9   A09 Bicycle Shops Consultation and Survey Report
  10. Appendix 10 A10 Schools and Cycling Report
  11. Appendix 11 A11 Sustrans Education Survey Report
  12. Appendix 12 A12 Cycle Design Guidelines Draft Aug 2017
  13. Appendix 13 A13 Street Vegetation Guidelines Draft
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15 thoughts on “Preliminary Draft प्रारंभिक मसुदा

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  3. I do not understand your calculation of mode share. You have shown a total of 12.5%. What about the rest? Motorised Two-wheedlers? Going by your logic only 3% of road surface should be earmarked for ONLY Cycles. The rest of the mode share use a common surface. Since I do not understand your calculations I cannot term it SKEWED. Though any time spent on Pune roads does show BRT lanes being used by less than 1% of total traffic is SKEWED use of Road surface available.

    BRT should be on the side of the Road, since Buses have to stop frequently, whereas other modes of transport usually cover larger distances. LONDON and SINGAPORE has bus lanes along the sides of the Road, and they work efficiently. It makes it easier for alighting and boarding these Mass modes of Rapid Transportation.

    Today on my trip from Hinjewadi to Wanowarie I counted only 10 bicycles. With no population control in effect after the Sanjay Gandhi Fiasco, I think you have to plan for 2050, taking execution delays. Otherwise by the time any project is executed it is already under stress.

    I am for Development, but sadly I am not a YES Man, I do not agree with the views that already less road surface available be further reduced for non-existent cyclists. I think its time to wake up and smell the coffee. Reality is very different and it takes tremendous effort to find Solutions that ACTUALLY address the issues.
    Educating and explaining the need and then ENFORCEMENT. I am quite aware of the fact that till strict ENFORCEMENT is not implemented, you can keep sitting on your drawing boards. 50% of traffic woes will reduce with strict ENFORCEMENT. Just like 50% Swacch Bharat will be accomplished with ensuring the Municipal Corporations do their side of the job. You just have to look at a Cantonment and to realise the effect of strict IMPLEMENTATION and according RESPONSIBILITY.

    I wish you all the best, but sincerely in my heart of hearts hope that a feasible plan is executed rather than a Fancy Sounding Dream Plan.

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    • The current mode share is:
      3% cycles
      4% auto
      5.5% motorized 4-wheelers
      11% bus (incl BRT)
      29% motorized 2-wheelers
      47% walk

      The intent of the PMC (in accordance with its Comprehensive Mobility Plan) is to CHANGE this mode share, and INCREASE the share of trips by cycle and bus. This is needed because the current trend of increasing use of private motorized vehicles is problematic, as it leads to ill health, accidents, congestion. This is the policy of the central government and the local government. In accordance with the policy, the PMC is now preparing the detailed plan by which the CHANGE can take place. Therefore, adequate infrastructure and management capability has to be created for promoting walk, cycling and public transport, and reducing / controlling the usage of private motor vehicles.

      The proposals in the Pune Cycle Plan therefore recommend:

      1. Creation of a Bicycle Dept
      2. Cycle-inclusive planning
      3. Cycle infrastructure including a cycle network, Public Bicycle System, cycle parking, integration with public transit
      4. Strengthening regulation and enforcement (as you suggest)
      5. Promotion of cycling and public engagement
      6. Monitoring and review

      ………………
      About Bus Rapid Transit – when stops are on the side, commuters have to cross the entire width of the road at least twice in the up-down trips. In the BRT, commuters cross only half the road each time. The net distance of road crossing is the same. There is no ‘crossing’ advantage in bus lanes on the side of the road. For example, consider in a non BRT situation: you board the bus at Aga Khan Palace and get off at Gunjan Talkies, of course on the left side. For the return journey you will have to cross the whole road to get the bus outside Gunjan, and then again cross the whole road when you get back at Aga Khan Palace.

      More information about Rainbow BRT is at https://rainbowbrtpune.wordpress.com/
      You may like to see a video for commuters https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RvbW2h5NlT0

      Users of private motorized modes may perceive that they have reduced road space. However, the aim is to increase the throughput of the road by allowing for rapid movement of buses that carry many more passengers than cars. Again, the improvement in public transport requires physical infrastructure improvement and management improvements. The creation of the BRT corridors is part of the physical infrastructure. It is an necessary (though not sufficient) element of public transport improvement.

      The transformation of transportation requires work on several fronts. Cycling is one of the elements.

      As regards ‘aspiration’, you may like a quote from Bogotá Mayor Enrique Peñalosa in his 2013 Ted Talk, “An advanced city is not one where even the poor use cars, but rather one where even the rich use public transport”.

      The smell of the coffee is to pertain not to a city where more and more people use cars, but where more and more people can reach their destinations by walk, cycle, or public transport.

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  4. A good initiative. Having seen the state of the existing bicycle track on the Solapur Road, I really hope that the tracks are of good quality and not encroachd for other purposes (2/4 wheeler parking,hawkers,etc)

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  5. I have seen the development in Aundh and also along the Ganesh khind road. We look forward to similar development across Pune. The biggest challenge is from the floating population, the nuisance creators . Tackling these would be a challenge and strong punitive measures need to be implemented.
    Phase wise time lines are missing.

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  6. I am very excited about this but I am not sure that it will work. I am watching that even the footpaths are not safe for walking. Every where the two wheelers are riding on the footpath. I find it so stressful to walk around. The civic sense doesn’t exist. There should be strict traffic police to make sure that these drivers do not come on the cycle track. Otherwise there will be lots of accidents. My friend’s father was hit by a two wheeler and he was bedridden for a year. He died without being able to communicate with his family. The cycle tracks will be used for parking vehicles and hawkers. It’s imperative that rules are made and strictly followed

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  7. Eagerly waiting for the implementation, do not compromise with quality of track. Priority wise start work in the radius of 2 km distance of all schools and colleges. Also, during initial period of 6 months, would need traffic departments help near educational institutes with commando police for effective implementation, during school timings. This to control speed of heavy vehicles on main road and 2/4 wheeler/school vans on internal roads. Ensure that all schools have sufficient place for parking.

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  8. As the cycling infrastructure will be planned developed and executed by the P M C. I strongly recommend that all the engineers CORPORATORS M L A the Mayor must compulsory cycle to work at least once a week.This way they will come to know what cycling facilities are there for the citizen how safe it is and indirectly the maintainance will be under pressure to see the tracks are paved and there’s no encroachments

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  9. Really good plan.. Liked it very much.. Hope it will get implemented in 1-2 years..
    Hats off to BJP government for their futuristic road plans for betterment of pune.

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  10. Some 40 years back Pune was known for it’s cycling public. But slowly motor cycles and scooters replaced bicycles. It will be great idea to go back to cycling for future generation’s health and ofcourse saving on petrol cost which is increasing every day.

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