Kanjurmarg-Badlapur Railway Corridor Feasibility Study
Location Mumbai, India
Client MM S.p.a. (UAE Branch)
Final client MMRDA
Area | Visitors | Height Length: 38 km
Industry Transport Infrastructure (Mass Rapid Transit)
Expertise Transport Infrastructure Planning, Infrastructure Feasibility Studies
Systematica, as part of the team led by MM SpA, worked on the preparation of a Detailed Project Report (DPR) for a Mass Rapid Transit System in Mumbai (India) for the L14 KanjurMarg – Badlapur line extending for 38 km, developing a transport assessment and travel demand estimation.
Systematica carried out the activities in two consecutive phases. In the first phase, it implemented a multi-layered GIS platform to analyze different alignment alternatives. In a second phase, it applied a macroscopic static transport simulation model to analyze the preferred alignment in terms of travel demand estimation, potential ridership and overall transport performance for different time horizons.
The transportation analysis allowed the design team to evaluate the performance level and transport effectiveness of the new transport system, support the proper dimensioning of the intervention, drive the infrastructure design process and support the economic-financial and environmental study with measurable evidence.
A macroscopic static transport simulation model was implemented to analyze the preferred alignment in terms of travel demand estimation, potential ridership and overall transport performance at different time horizons. As demand estimation and simulation model prove, the L14 KanjurMarg–Badlapur line is expected to ensure a highly strategic role.