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FACE 2 FACE politics of forgetting

forgotten by politics


Delhi


context

ruin

utopia

design

implementation


world

india

national capital region

delhi


Randstad

Delhi

urban Land

4,300 km2

1,484 km2

density

1,500 / km2

11,297 / km2


55%


80%


60%


sangita, 55 school teacher

Shikhar, 28 IT Engineer

Dhiraj, 42 Farmer / Driver

Rawat, 45 Security Guard


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10KM


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10KM


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10KM


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10KM


Delhi

What Have you been upto?


10 - 25 KM

job accessibility?


20 - 50 KM

car dependency


Global city


Traffic deaths in 2013

Annual mean PM10 levels

1530

289

1754

22

296

48

172

23


Bogota

Delhi

1990s BRTS


Bogota

Delhi

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0


“Growth for the sake of growth is the ideology of a cancer cell” - Edward Abbey


नह ीं = NO


Live

Play

Work

On ground everyone is equal!


Live

Play

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Work


compact form diversity connectivity ecological awareness good governance social inclusion good design


slum & resettlement colonies

lutyen & villas

green fields

villages

post independence

old city

residential - different building typology open spaces commercial centres industry education airport army


slum & resettlement colonies

lutyen & villas

green fields

villages

post independence

old city

residential - different building typology open spaces commercial centres industry education airport army


slum & resettlement colonies

lutyen & villas

green fields

villages

post independence

old city

residential - different building typology open spaces commercial centres industry education airport army


MOre !


SPACE SYNTAX Connectivity

connectivity

DENSITY Accessibility

accessibility

density


connectivity


Accessibility


Density


City Speed Route

District Speed Route

Still Route

walking Route

District Speed Route


30KM

walking Route Still Route

500M

District Speed Route

2KM

District Speed Route

City Speed Route

200M

5KM


30KM

2KM

500M 5KM 200M


30KM

5 KM

20%

35%

60 KM

> 57%

38%

>

45%

2 KM

>

500 M

>

200 M

15%

>

> 5 KM

40%

20%

40%

2 KM 500 M

0%

40%

200 M

>

200 M

500 M

2 KM

5 KM

60%

>

60 KM

20% 57%

2KM

100%

0%

38%

500 M 200 M

>

0%

20%

40%

>

40%

>

5KM

>

60 KM

200M

57% 100% 20%

0% 35%

200 M

500 M

2 KM

5 KM

40%

20%

38%

0% 45%

60%

0%

> >

>

15%

40%

>

>

>

>

40% 5 KM 2 KM 500 M

20%

35%

>

45%

> 100%

200 M 0%

0%

> KM

>

200 M

500 M

2 KM

60%

5 KM

>2 KM

>

0%

>

5 KM

>45%

15%

40%

500M

35%

57%

38%

15%

>

5 KM

>

>


30KM

5 KM

20%

35%

60 KM

> 57%

38%

>

45%

2 KM

>

500 M

>

200 M

15%

>

> 5 KM

40%

20%

40%

2 KM 500 M

0%

40%

200 M

>

200 M

500 M

2 KM

5 KM

60%

>

60 KM

20% 57%

2KM

100%

0%

38%

500 M 200 M

>

0%

20%

40%

>

40%

>

5KM

>

60 KM

200M

57% 100% 20%

0% 35%

200 M

500 M

2 KM

5 KM

40%

20%

38%

0% 45%

60%

0%

> >

>

15%

40%

>

>

>

>

40% 5 KM 2 KM 500 M

20%

35%

>

45%

> 100%

200 M 0%

0%

> KM

>

200 M

500 M

2 KM

60%

5 KM

>2 KM

>

0%

>

5 KM

>45%

15%

40%

500M

35%

57%

38%

15%

>

5 KM

>

>


NORTH NORTH WEST

DENSITY OF THE DISTRICT

CENTRAL

WEST

LOCATION OF SURGE POINT ON THE NETWORK

DENSITY OF THE DISTRICT

BORDER FOR A DISTRICT OR NCT OF DELHI

NORTH EAST

EAST

SOUTH WEST

SOUTH

NEW DELHI

WHEN THE VECTOR OF DEMAND IS ACROSS THE CITY AND CONSEQUETLY INCREASES FROM START TO END Buses have increased their allowable capacity going towards surge points, only to reduce it at surge point

Increases

START POINT

SURGE POINT

Higher frequency to reduce pressure per bus

Increases

Increases in demand

increases in bus requency and reduces pressure or demand reduces

SURGE POINT

WHEN THE VECTOR OF DEMAND IS ONLY TILL SURGE POINT AND CONSEQUETLY REDUCES AS IT MOVES ACROSS THE CITY Buses return back as the demand further in the vectorial line reduces or Stop and wait for the peak to go up if the demand is not increasing in the earlier routes

stop & wait

speed route Decreases

START POINT

walking route

still route

SURGE POINT

Per bus’s capacity increases due to reduce in demand and hence the frequency also reduces of each bus route

Decreases

SURGE POINT

base

return as per peak

>


technical

symbolic

NORTH

NORTH WEST

DENSITY OF THE DISTRICT

CENTRAL

WEST

LOCATION OF SURGE POINT ON THE NETWORK

DENSITY OF THE DISTRICT

cultural & informal economy

service

BORDER FOR A DISTRICT OR NCT OF DELHI

NORTH EAST

social

EAST

SOUTH WEST

SOUTH

NEW DELHI

WHEN THE VECTOR OF DEMAND IS ACROSS THE CITY AND CONSEQUETLY INCREASES FROM START TO END Buses have increased their allowable capacity going towards surge points, only to reduce it at surge point

Increases

START POINT

SURGE POINT

Higher frequency to reduce pressure per bus

Increases

Increases in demand

increases in bus requency and reduces pressure or demand reduces

SURGE POINT

WHEN THE VECTOR OF DEMAND IS ONLY TILL SURGE POINT AND CONSEQUETLY REDUCES AS IT MOVES ACROSS THE CITY Buses return back as the demand further in the vectorial line reduces or Stop and wait for the peak to go up if the demand is not increasing in the earlier routes

stop & wait

Decreases

START POINT

SURGE POINT

Per bus’s capacity increases due to reduce in demand and hence the frequency also reduces of each bus route

Decreases

SURGE POINT

base

return as per peak

>


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5

10


0

5

10


Trial Site 3 : 500m Ø

Trial Site 2 : 500m Ø

Trial Site 1 : 500m Ø


Implementation


ON - DEMAND DELHI TRANSPORT FOR YOU , BY YOU

CARD

NUMBER

NAME DATE OF BIRTH DD MM YYYY GENDER M / F/ UNSPECIFIED


5 KM

1KM

1KM

1KM

0

5

10 1KM

1KM

1KM

1KM


1KM


60 KM

PHASE I

5 KM

60 KM

1KM

0

PHASE II

5

10

5 KM

60 KM 1KM

PHASE III

5 KM

60 KM 1KM

PHASE IV

5 KM

60 KM 1KM

PHASE V 5 KM

1KM


60 KM

PHASE I

5 KM

POLITICAL BANNER:

60 KM

1KM

0

PHASE II

5

- Smart Cities - Women’s Safety

10

5 KM

POLITICAL BANNER: - Accessibility for All 60 KM 1KM

PHASE III

5 KM

POLITICAL BANNER: - Demand like its your birth right 60 KM 1KM

PHASE IV

5 KM

POLITICAL BANNER: - Bhagidari (translated from Hindi as any stakeholders) Empowerment 60 KM 1KM

POLITICAL BANNER:

PHASE V 5 KM

- Right to City

1KM


sangita, 55 school teacher “if i don’t have to walk more than 1km to get a bus”

Shikhar, 28 IT Engineer

Dhiraj, 42 Farmer / Driver

Rawat, 45 Security Guard

“If it is convinent then its better than being stuck in traffic for 2 hours”

“will it reach my village, would my village start developing and ours farms will be converted to urban land”

“yes, if it actually happens”


Francine Loos Amsterdam Institute of Advanced metropolitan solutions Louis Albrecht strategic planner, KU-Leuven “.. look at Human smart cities..”

Anjali Srivastava senior manager, Enterprise Operations at Ameriprise Financial Inc

“We are organizing a conference on the subject ‘unravelling cycle and pedetrian flows’, Would that be a good start for working together? This could be a place for you to share your ideas.”

“.. quite interesting and impressive! Very forward thinking!..” Bert van Wee TBM, TU Delft

rACHITA mISRA Program Manager, Selco Foundation

“Check the literature on ‘good examples’. Car free cities, etc. Check the new urbanism movement in the USA Select one or a few cities who are really interested and experiment”

Bart van Arem Transport Institute, TU Delft “...your work is interesting..talk to Dimitris Milakis, who is combining urban planning and automated driving.”

“thats my whole problem with technology... it automatically deletes some people- not only because its accessible to only a few- but because certain class may feel alientated by it- and when you feel alienated plus you are lost in your day to day, you do not make an effort to learn the alien thing.”

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