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Mumbai Trans Harbour Link (MTHL) Preliminary Project Information Document

MUMBAI METROPOLITAN REGION DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY


November, 2011

MMRDA MTHL Preliminary Project Information Document

Contents
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1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4

India: A Fast Growing Economy


Profile of India Investments in Infrastructure Mumbai Profile of Navi Mumbai

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Project Details
Need for MTHL Project Scope Project Benefits Project Structure

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Technical Details about the Project


Project Location and Site Alignment Salient Features of MTHL

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Profile of MMRDA
Inception and Founding Objectives Landmark Achievements

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Contact Details

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Disclaimer
The Preliminary Project Information Document (PPID) is issued by Mumbai Metropolitan Region Development Authority (MMRDA), a Government of Maharashtra Undertaking. The PPID is not a prospectus or offer on invitation to the public in relation to the sale of shares, debentures or securities, nor shall this PPID or any part of it form the basis of or be relied upon in any way in connection with, any contract relating to any shares, debentures or securities. In considering an, investment, if any, in the proposed project, each recipient should make its own independent assessment and seek its own professional, technical, financial and legal advice. Whilst the information in this PPID has been prepared in good faith, it is not and does not purport to be comprehensive or to have been independently verified. Neither MMRDA, nor any of its officers or employees, nor any of their advisers nor consultants accept any liability or responsibility for the accuracy, reasonableness or completeness of, or for any errors, omissions or misstatements, negligent or otherwise, relating to the proposed road project, or makes any representation or warranty, express or implied, with respect to the information contained in this PPID on which this document is based or with respect to any written or oral information made or to be made available to any of the recipients or their professional advisers and so far as permitted by law and except in the case of fraudulent misrepresentation by the party concerned, and liability therefore is hereby disclaimed. The information contained in this PPID is selective and is subject to updating, expansion, revision and amendment. It does not, and does not purport to, contain all the information that a recipient may require. Neither MMRDA nor any of its officers, employees nor any of its advisors nor consultants undertakes to protect any recipient with access to any additional information or to update the information in this PPID or to correct any inaccuracies therein which may become apparent. Each recipient must conduct its own analysis of the information contained in this PID and is advised to carry out its own investigation into the proposed project, the legislative and regulatory regime which applies thereto and by all matters pertinent to the proposed project and to seek its own professional advice on the legal, financial, regulatory and taxation consequences of entering into any agreement or arrangement relating to the proposed project. This Preliminary Project Information Document includes certain statements, estimates, projections, targets and forecasts with respect to the MTHL project. Such statements, estimates, projections, targets and forecasts reflect various assumptions made by the management, officers and employees of MMRDA, which assumptions (and the base information on which they are made) may or may not prove to be correct. No representation or warranty is given as to the reasonableness of forecasts or the assumptions on which they may be based and nothing in this Preliminary Project Information Document is, or should be relied on as, a promise, representation or warranty.

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List of Abbreviations
Bn DBFOT GDP INR or Rs MMRDA km MMR Mn MTHL PPID PPP PQ RFQ Sq. km. TEU USD Billion
Design, Build, Finance, Operate and Transfer Gross Domestic Product Indian Rupee Mumbai Metropolitan Region Development Authority Kilometre Mumbai Metropolitan Region Million Mumbai Trans Harbour Link Preliminary Project Information Document Public Private Partnership

Pre Qualification Request for Qualification Square Kilometre Twenty-foot Equivalent United States Dollar

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Message from Metropolitan Commissioners Desk

This Preliminary Project Information Document (PPID) is issued by Mumbai Metropolitan Region Development Authority (MMRDA), a Government of Maharashtra Undertaking.

MMRDA is issuing this Preliminary Project Information Document, along with the Request for Qualification (RFQ) notice with the purpose of providing basic information about the project, such as its description, objectives, broad configuration and the present status of the various steps being initiated to bring the project to fruition.

The information contained in the PPID will be further updated and more details on the project will be provided during the RFP stage.

Rahul Asthana, Metropolitan Commissioner Mumbai Metropolitan Region Development Authority (MMRDA) MMRDA Building, Bandra Kurla Complex, Bandra (East), Mumbai 400 051 Phone: +91-022-2659 1239 Fax: +91-022-2659 4179

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India: A Fast Growing Economy


Profile of India
India is the worlds seventh largest country by land mass occupying a total area of 3.17 mn sq.km. It is also the worlds second largest country by population with a total of approximately 1,141 mn people. India has adopted a Constitution which provides for a parliamentary system of democracy. During the 1990s and the current decade, the country embarked on a series of economic reforms designed to liberalise various sectors of the economy. This has led to India emerging as the second fastest growing economy in the world after China. Annual growth in Indias Real GDP over the current decade is provided in the chart below:

GDP Growth Rate


10% 8.9% 8.0% 8% 8.5%

% GDP Growth Rate

6.8% 6%

4%

2%

0% Average 2003-04 to 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11

The following table provides more details of India

Snapshot of the country


Area (sq. km) Population (July 2011 - census) Population density (Per sq. km) GDP in Purchasing Power Parity (US$ billion) (2011 est.) GDP Composition (2011) 3,287,590 (7 largest in the world) 1,210 million (2nd highest in the world) 366 446 Agriculture 14.4%; Industry - 20%; Services 65.6%
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1.2

Investments in Infrastructure
In order to sustain the robust GDP growth private and public investments are required for both creation of new assets and rehabilitation of existing assets. As per the Planning commission, the share of private investment in infrastructure is targeted to be USD 500 billion for the period in 2012-17(12
th

Plan period). This investment is about 50% of the total investment outlay. The

following chart provides growth in infrastructure investments over a period of time

Investments in Infrastructure (USD Billion)

Energy and transport sector have seen significant private sector investments in the earlier five year plans. In the forthcoming 12 five year plan (2012-17), it is expected that these two sectors would continue to attract major private sector investments. This has been depicted in the chart below
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Break- up of Expected Investment in Infrastructure


Airports 2% Ports 2% Water Supply & Sanitation 5% Electricity 30% Storage 0% Oil & Gas 6%

Irrigation 12%

Railways 10%

Telecom 16%

Roads & Bridges 17%

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The key driver of infrastructure is the growing population of the country. About 64% of Indias population is in the employable age group prompting the need to create jobs. Thus about 250 Million of its population is migrating to cities making it necessary for government to look at rural infrastructure in order to bridge the Urban Rural divide. A 1.2 Billion population of which 250 million are working is driving consumer demand for basic goods and value added (manufactured goods). This has brought investments from the private sector and world majors in setting up world class plants in large cities / towns that can cater to the consumer demand. All these developments have meant employment opportunities and a significant growth of population in the cities as is evident in the chart below

Urbanisation Trends
Urban Population (million)
700 600 500 400 300 200 100 0 1991 2001 2008 2030E 45% 40% 35% 30% 25% 20% 15% 10% 5% 0%

As a result, urban infrastructure has to be developed to remove decongestion and facilitate a better life to its residents.

Urbanisation

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Mumbai
Mumbai, the capital of Maharashtra, is the heart of commercial and trade activities of the country. With a population of over 12 million, Mumbai is the most populous city in the country. The island city occupying an area of 437 sq. km is spread over what were originally seven islands and lies on an 18 km long peninsula whose width varies from 4.75 km in the North to 1.3 km in the south. Often termed as India's commercial and financial capital, Mumbai (also termed as Greater Mumbai or the island city) is the highest contributor to India's income tax and corporate tax revenues. The Mumbai Stock Exchange and the National Stock exchange which together account for over 92% of the total turnover of the stock exchanges are located at Mumbai. Mumbai is well connected with the rest of the country by rail, road and air. The suburban railway trains in Mumbai carry approximately 7 million passengers everyday, which accounts for more

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than half of the total daily passenger trips on Indian Railways. The public bus transport network in the city (BEST) carries approximately 4.5 million passengers every day. Mumbai has an international airport with major international airlines maintaining daily connections between Mumbai and the rest of the world. The airport is the busiest in India and serves as the primary international gateway to the country with service from 39 international carriers. The airport averages 369 daily scheduled commercial movements with annual average of 29 million passengers in 2010-11 with a growth rate of 14% and around 6,70, 235 tonnes of cargo. Thus, the island characteristic of the city has acted as a natural constraint on the expansion of Mumbai. To ease the pressure on Mumbai, a new city, Navi Mumbai has been developed on the mainland across from the Mumbai Harbour. The development of Navi Mumbai has the potential to further create more development zones in the adjoining region. Currently transportation is one of the major problems being faced by the city especially for residents in Navi Mumbai as they have to take a circuitous route to reach the offices located in Mumbai (many offices and commercial establishments are in south Mumbai).

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Profile of Navi Mumbai


Navi Mumbai, one of the largest planned urban developments in India, was created as an alternative urban settlement for decongestion of Mumbai. Navi Mumbai is on mainland India across the Mumbai Harbour and on the eastern seaboard of the Thane Creek. The Navi Mumbai city limits stretches from Airoli near Thane in the north, to Uran in the south and spans an area of over 344 sq. km. Navi Mumbai, which is almost of the same length as Mumbai has a population of approximately 2.75 million people . Currently the Mankhurd-Vashi Bridge and the Thane-Airoli Bridge, connect Navi Mumbai to Mumbai as indicated in the chart below.

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Existing connectivity of Mumbai and Navi Mumbai

Both Thane Creek bridge and Airoli bridge are near saturation, thereby necessitating creation of additional links to meet traffic growth. The saturation is a result of rapid growth of Navi Mumbai region as a number of projects, such as International Exhibition Centre, Amusement Park, Golf Course, International IT Hardware Park, the Multiplex and Family Entertainment Complex have been proposed at Navi Mumbai. The International Infotech Park (IIP) at Vashi, the Technology Centre at Belapur, and the Millennium Business Park at Mhape and the IT Hardware Park at Dronagiri offer tremendous potential for business related to computer hardware and software. These facilities are expected to contribute significantly towards the development of the region Over the last few decades, a number of leading corporates have set up their offices in Navi Mumbai including the Reliance Group, Wipro Ltd, CMC, Tata Consultancy Services, Aptech, ICICI Infotech and Patni computer Systems. The Government of Maharashtra has also setup several software parks in Navi Mumbai, which forms a major part of the "Knowledge Corridor'' that spans Mumbai and Pune. A number of wholesale activities have been shifted to Navi Mumbai from Mumbai. These include the agriculture wholesale produce markets -onion and potato, grain market and the iron and steel market.

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The Jawaharlal Nehru Port, one of the major ports of India comprising container terminal, a bulk terminal, a liquid cargo jetty and a multipurpose berth, is located at Nhava Sheva in Navi Mumbai (India). The port, which ranks third among all the major ports for total cargo handling, handled a total cargo of 64.30 million tonnes, with 4.27 million TEUs of container traffic during the FY 2010-11. An international airport has also been proposed to be developed at Navi Mumbai. This airport has become an imperative, since the existing airport at Mumbai, is fast reaching saturation level. It has been proposed that the Navi Mumbai airport would be developed in an area of 2054 hectares accommodating two parallel runways for simultaneous and segregated parallel operation with provision of full-length taxi ways on either side of the runways. Thus the growth of Mumbai and Navi Mumbai has necessitated a need to ensure seamless connectivity between the two regions.

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Need for MTHL
As detailed in the earlier chapter, the narrow stretch of island Mumbai has traditionally been the epicenter of Indias commerce, and has seen a steady increase in population in the last three decades despite obvious spatial constraints. The 1971 planning report identified development of Navi Mumbai as an urgent requirement for easing the pressure on the mainland. However, lack of easy connectivity to the main mainland has been a hurdle and cause of inconvenience for the people staying in the mainland. It is estimated that development of mainland would reduce the pressure on the islands infrastructure. The map provides overall population and land distribution between Mumbai and Navi Mumbai regions

Population Distribution Map

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Project Scope
The Mumbai Trans Harbour Link (MTHL) is proposed to be developed as an Ex Expressway link having a six lanes connecting Sewri on Mumbai Island to Nhava on the mainland. MTHL is envisaged to reduce the distance between the island and mainland by 17km vis vis-a-vis the existing road link. This will help save approximately an hour of travel time.

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Satellite Map of the proposed MTHL

The scope of work will broadly include the design, construction, finance, operation and maintenance of an approximately 16.5 km six lanes bridge over sea between Sewri and Nhava on the mainland, with approximately 5.5 km long viaduct approaches on Sewri and Nhava ends, toll plaza, other bridges and culverts, provisions for traffic safety, environmental mitigation measures, electrical works, rescue centres, bird observatory, traffic control station and bridge instrumentation. The total length of the link is approximately 22 km. The Concessionaire shall be responsible for the operation and maintenance of the link. The estimated project cost is INR 8800 crores.

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Project Benefits
MTHL will directly and indirectly lead to the betterment of MMR both from an economic and social perspective. Direct Benefits from MTHL

Decongestion of Mumbai Island and dispersal of population to Navi Mumbai region & beyond Development of mainland Savings in travel time for commuters Improved comfort and accessibility between the island and the mainland Reduced operating costs of vehicles due to lesser congestion Seamless movement of traffic from proposed Navi Mumbai airport

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Indirect Benefits from MTHL

Rationalization of real estate prices in Mumbai Accelerated economic development of Navi Mumbai and nearby regions Greater economic integration of Mumbai island with Navi Mumbai and extended regions of Pune, Goa, Panvel and Alibaug Environment improvement and reduced pollution levels Improved safety due to reduction in accidents Improvement in trade competitiveness through faster and improved logistics

Navi Mumbai is also well connected through rail and road links with Pune, Nasik and Thane, indicating the potential for the region to develop into a satellite city to Mumbai in a fashion similar to the emergence of Gurgaon and Noida as satellites to New Delhi. Further, MTHL would also provide faster and shorter connectivity for onward traffic bound to Goa (NH4B), Pune and further south. MTHL would also strengthen the connectivity of Mumbai Port and industrial areas located in southern part of Island City with JNPT, NH4B and Mumbai Pune Expressway thereby improving logistics and turnaround time for users.

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Project Structure
MMRDA has decided to undertake construction, operation, maintenance of Mumbai Trans Harbour Link (the MTHL) from Sewri to Nhava in MMR (the Project) in State of Maharashtra, India through Public-Private Partnership (the PPP) on Design, Build, Finance, Operate and Transfer (the DBFOT) basis. The Authority has decided to carry out the International Competitive Bidding Process for selection of a private entity to whom the Project may be entrusted for implementation on BOT basis. The concession period envisaged for the 6-lane project is for 45 years. The project shall be awarded to an entity offering the highest Premium, and where no Bidder is offering a Premium, the Bidder seeking the lowest Grant

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Project Location and Site
The Mumbai Trans Harbour Link (MTHL) takes off from the east side of Sewri Railway Station on the Harbour Line of Central Railway, goes on to Timber Pond Depot along Sewri Container Depot, crosses Mumbai harbour and terminates north of village Chirle near Nhava through an interchange to National Highway 4B. The road connections at Sewri is a complex grade separated interchange integrating the Eastern Freeway and East-west corridor connecting Worli to Sewri.

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Alignment
The Alignment map of MTHL is given in the figure below.

Key Plan Diagram

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Salient Features of MTHL


Salient features of proposed Link are as under:

The Link will have 6 lane facility exclusively for the use of fast moving vehicles with controlled access and connection to Eastern Freeway as well as the Worli-Sewri link, connecting to Western Freeway corridor of Mumbai and to NH 4B near village Chirle, Mumbai-Pune Expressway on the mainland.

Overall width of deck is 24.5 m, consisting of 2x11m wide carriageway with 500 mm wide edge strip on either side of carriage way and 1.5m wide central median. Anti-crash barriers shall be provided at the edge of carriage way for protection of fast moving traffic.

A minimum vertical clearance of approximately 25 m below the bridge above highest High Tide Level (HTL) will be provided for navigational spans, while the minimum vertical clearance of 9.1 m is provided elsewhere.

Provision of central median with appropriate landscaping to enhance the environment as well as to avoid glares.

A control station is proposed in the middle of the link to accommodate the emergency fire fighting systems, control tower, ambulance, towing van, crane etc. required for disaster management.

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Profile of MMRDA
Inception and Founding Objectives
The Mumbai Metropolitan Region Development Authority (MMRDA) is a body of the Government of Maharashtra responsible for planning of infrastructure development in the Mumbai Metropolitan Region. It was set up on 26th January, 1975 under the Mumbai Metropolitan Region Development Authority Act, 1974 by the Government of Maharashtra as an apex body for planning and co-ordination of development activities in the Mumbai Metropolitan Region comprising of Mumbai and its influence area. It was founded with the principal aims of:

Development and planning of the region Provision of regional infrastructure Promotion of growth centers Provision of development finance Development coordination

It achieves these aims through the following activities:

Prepare developmental plans Formulate policies and programmes Implement projects Direct investments within the region

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Landmark Achievements
MMRDA has successfully executed many landmark projects from the time of its inception. Some of the successful projects include Bandra-Kurla Complex, Oshiwara District Centre and shifting of the wholesale agricultural produce and iron & steel market from congested parts of Mumbai to Navi Mumbai. MMRDA is also implementing mumbai monorail and metro project. The following table provides an overview of the key projects undertaken by MMRDA

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Name

Project dates 1977 1984

Description

Bombay Urban Transport Project

Streamlining and modernization of the existing public transport facilities through construction of flyovers, acquisition of new vehicles, implementation of modern signaling systems, etc. Improvement of municipal services, upgrades of slum households, technical assistance of project agencies, improvements of water supply and drainage, etc. A sequel to the BUTP, it aimed to bring about improvements in traffic and transportation in Mumbai through investment in suburban railway projects, local bus transport, new roads, bridges, pedestrian subways and traffic management activities. Strengthen the road infrastructure in Bombay by improving linkages, providing efficient fast transport corridors, improving the level of service for commuters on both public and private transport. A fast, efficient, effective and environment-friendly option for commuters in Mumbai. The Phase II of the project has been awarded on PPP basis A fast mode of transport that will conserve space in an increasingly crowded urban landscape.

Mumbai Urban Development Project Mumbai Urban Transport Project

1985 1994

20022009

Mumbai Urban Infrastructure Project

20032007

Mumbai Metro Rail Project

2006 present

Mumbai Monorail Project

2009 present

MMRDA is fully committed to the development of MTHL project. developer across the following areas:

MMRDA shall assist the

MMRDA shall work closely with the concessionaire during the implementation of the project MMRDA will ensure that the land for the ROW is made available and would facilitate resolution of issues related to project execution

Project study and reports of various surveys, investigations and studies would be made available at the RFP stage to the Qualified Bidders

Assist in discussions with State Government agencies / organizations that are expected to be direct/indirect beneficiaries of the project

Facilitate availability of land required for casting yard on both ends of the link

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Contact Details

Metropolitan Commissioner

Mr. Rahul Asthana commissioner@mthlmumbai.com

Additional Metropolitan Commissioner Chief Engineer

Ms. Ashwini Bhide amc2@mthlmumbai.com Mr. Sharad Sabnis ce@mthlmumbai.com

Superintendent Engineer

Mr. Vivek Ghanekar se@mthlmumbai.com

PPP Expert Maharashtra

Mr. Ajay Saxena asaxena.consultant@adb.org

Address

MMRDA Engineering Division, Fifth Floor Bandra Kurla Complex Bandra (East), Mumbai-400051, Maharashtra, India

MMRDA Website Tele Fax

www.mmrdamumbai.org Telephone no. +91- 022-2659 1239, Fax no. +91-022-2659 4179

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