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It was the last day of Ganesh festival and it also coincided with Gyarahvi,It will be based on peak,the amount of homework should fit the age of a child, Central Railway, including? pre-paid cabs were created to ease movement at the busy railway station Around the same time a similar modification was undertaken on the east side of the station It is only at Thane railway station that the abandoned scheme was realized with the Thane Municipal Corporation (TMC) implementing SATIS The Thane Model With the traffic at Thane station expected to touch 203 lakh commuters daily in 2031 TMC designed and implemented a station area improvement scheme between 2006 and 2009 Its main feature was the construction of a low-level deck for public transport buses to ply pick up and drop commuters The idea was to create additional space at the station so as to avoid disorderly movement of auto-rickshaws two-wheelers and other vehicles The ticket booking office was also shifted to the deck The bus deck the concourse for the booking office and two existing foot overbridges were inter-linked to newly constructed skywalks Besides auto-rickshaws and taxi stands were set up in front of the station The project the initial cost of which was Rs 2325 crore was completed with funding from the Union government’s Jawaharlal Nehru National Urban Renewal Mission The funds were sanctioned in December 2006 while the project was completed in August 2009 by which time the cost had crossed Rs 36 crore owing to design changes unforeseen hurdles and delay Nandkumar Jantre a retired bureaucrat who was the municipal commissioner at the TMC during the implementation of the project said “It took time to get clearances from the Central Railway The traffic police were cooperative but they also have their own constraints in giving permissions There were hurdles in clearing encroachments shifting of certain structures and so on” However the TMC’s effort at decongesting the Thane railway station has met with a mixed response Parinaaz Mehta a student pursuing her doctorate has been a regular commuter at Thane station for 11 years She says while hailing an auto-rickshaw has become easier not much has changed for traffic which is as chaotic as ever Jantre said “The SATIS in Thane was the best that the TMC could do at that time within the constraints However there is an overall lack of discipline and civic sense due to which people do not make effective use of it Hawkers and motorists driving haphazardly outside the station worsen the situation” The Central Railway has now planned a multi-level car parking with a 12-metre-wide railway foot overbridge linking it to the station at Thane west Similarly the Railway is also looking at boosting connectivity to the skywalk on the eastern side of the station Efforts in the Pipeline Decongesting areas around suburban railway stations and re-organizing traffic there as a remedy could be a difficult process However with new modes of transport such as the Metro and Monorail coming up along with new station areas planning for smooth traffic dispersal can be taken up more as a precaution than a remedy The MMRDA had about two years ago started work on re-organizing traffic around station areas of the Versova-Andheri-Ghatkopar Metro and the Chembur-Wadala-Jacob Circle Monorail and initiated talks with the agencies involved for the same The construction of these corridors had started in 2008 However even as the MMRDA commissioned the Chembur-Wadala monorail corridor for public use on February 2 work on the station area improvement is not yet complete Regular BEST feeder services to stations have not started leaving commuters at several stations previously not well connected by public transport such as Wadala and Bhakti Park in a lurch O P Gupta general manager of the BEST said they had been unable to start feeder services as the MMRDA has not provided the transport utility with a timetable Besides Gupta said requisite infrastructure is not always available to connect new stations by bus services “Whenever any new transport infrastructure is developed it is expected that infrastructure provisions such as bus terminal facilities and parking space for smooth operation of BEST buses is provided In the absence of such facilities the operation of bus services gets affected” Gupta said As part of the re-organization the MMRDA had planned removal of encroachments sprucing up footpaths creating more space at junctions shifting bus stops enforcing parking bans on arterial roads creating space for auto-rickshaw and taxi stands and exploring feasibility of small parking lots U P S Madan metropolitan commissioner at the MMRDA said “In planning for traffic dispersal we have tried to ensure footpaths are proper and alighting passengers don’t exit directly on the road We have tried to connect the stations with other modes of transport? In any case, Other polls show that half, There are very few wicketkeeper-batsmen who open the innings. you had gone in with the mindset that you had to also keep the opposition on the field for two days because they had done the same. or not trying hard enough.

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