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Published on June 26, 2007

Author: BAWare

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Slide1:  Experiences and Lessons from Asian Cities Mumbai a Livable City Presented by Dr. J. V. Modi President, All India Institute of Local Self-Government Sthanikraj Bhavan, C .D. Barfiwala Marg, Andheri (W), Mumbai (INDIA) Mumbai a Livable City:  Mumbai a Livable City Slide3:  Slide4:  Mumbai Metropolitan Region MUMBAI:  MUMBAI Situated In South Western India Formerly known as Bombay Famous as Financial and Commerce Capital of India Slide6:  POPULATION Mumbai’s Population has grown most rapidly after Independence of India Census Population 2001 - 11.9 Million Density of Population (per sq.kms.) (in thousands) 27.37 Mumbai’s Growth Matters for the State in India:  Mumbai’s Growth Matters for the State in India Mumbai (MMR) accounts for: 22% of the state’s population 40% of growth; has almost double the state’s per capita income 70% of all state taxes and 74% of sales tax are from MMR Income and Tax of MMR and Maharashtra US$ 1 = Rs.45/- ASSETS:  ASSETS Assets: Location for international commerce andamp; Trade World-class financial, media, trading clusters Large and specialized Skilled labor force Connectivity within and outside India Slide9:  ISSUES FACING MUMBAI CITY andamp; INITIATIVES Housing Slums Traffic Urban Services Pollution Open Spaces Slide10:  Govt. Of Maharashtra / Municipal Corporation of Greater Mumbai taking several Initiatives to Transform Mumbai City High Real Estate Prices:  High Real Estate Prices RENT PER ANNUM IN $US PER SQ FT Projected Tax Revenues from MMR: 2006-2020:  Projected Tax Revenues from MMR: 2006-2020 Housing Transformation: 2006-2020:  Housing Transformation: 2006-2020 Housing Stock andamp; Quality Key Points: Large increase in housing stock Tripling of floor area 200 sq ft per dwelling unit now to 600 sq ft 2020 Redevelopment or upgrading of most slums Slide14:  HOUSING TRANSFORMATION - APPROACHES Construction by Private Sector Jawaharlal Nehru National Renewal Mission (JNNURM) Integrated Housing andamp; Slum Development Programme (IHSDP) under JNNURM Dharavi Redevelopment Scheme Slum Rehabilitation Programme SLUM AND SOCIAL PROGRAMMES REFORM :  SLUM AND SOCIAL PROGRAMMES REFORM Slum Tenure Regularisation (2006 – 2009) Residents’ cooperative Planned layout Payment Three pilot areas (2006 – 2007) Slum Housing Programme Review and Redesign (2007) Social Welfare Programme Re-Design (2007) Slums in Mumbai World-Class Civic Infrastructure: Building the Future :  Regional andamp; Urban Rail System Metro – city and regional Roads and bridges Rail on MTHL; 2 Add’l bridges Port and Airport Water and Sanitation System Regional sewerage Public Clinics andamp; Schools 80 clinics World-Class Colleges World-Class Civic Amenities Convention and exhibition center Power World-Class Civic Infrastructure: Building the Future FROM A GROUP OF ISLANDS TO A FINANCIAL AND CULTURAL MEGAPOLIS, MUMBAI – ‘URBAN PRIMA IN INDIS’:  FROM A GROUP OF ISLANDS TO A FINANCIAL AND CULTURAL MEGAPOLIS, MUMBAI – ‘URBAN PRIMA IN INDIS’ Municipal Body i.e. Municipal Corporation of Greater Mumbai (MCGM) was formed in the year 1873 Municipal Corporation of Greater Mumbai (MCGM) provides Multifarious Civic & Recreational Services to Mumbai Citizens:  Municipal Corporation of Greater Mumbai (MCGM) provides Multifarious Civic andamp; Recreational Services to Mumbai Citizens Water Supply Public Health andamp; Sanitation Solid Waste Management Education Slide19:  Environmental Monitoring Gardens, Parks and Recreational Facilities Roads, Flyovers, and Bridges Street Furniture Fire Services Disaster Management WATER SUPPLY SYSTEM MANAGED BY MUNICIPAL CORPORATION :  WATER SUPPLY SYSTEM MANAGED BY MUNICIPAL CORPORATION Dates back to year 22 June, 1845 Today, MCGM supplies 2895 Million Litres of Water Per day to Mumbai City. Good Quality of Water Slide21:  Water Supply System Functions Include - Plan, Design, Execute and Commission the Infrastructure Works such as Dams, Convene Systems, Pumping Facilities, Treatment Plants, High Level Storage, Reservoirs, Major Distributors, Water Mains etc. Slide22:  Solid Waste Management Mumbai City Generates 7500 MT of Solid Waste Comprehensive Waste Management Services in the City Street Sweeping Collection and Transportation of Solid Waste Disposal of Solid Wastes - Vermi – Composting, Incineration, Land Filling, Composting Disposal of Dead Bodies of Animals Construction, Maintenance and Cleaning Public Sanitary Conveniences Slide23:  Special Services for Collection of Bio – Medical Waste as per Ministry of Environment andamp; Forests Government of India Bio – Medical Waste (Management and Handling) Rules, July,1998 BIO-MEDICAL WASTE HANDLING DEVELOPING HIGH QUALITY WATER DRAINS:  DEVELOPING HIGH QUALITY WATER DRAINS New Measures after 26th July, 05 Deluge in Mumbai A Network of Drains to carry away Rain Water from through out the City to the Sea Marine Outflows ENHANCED SEWERAGE OPERATIONS:  ENHANCED SEWERAGE OPERATIONS Collects, Processes and Disposes over 2400 million Litres of Effluent Per Day through its complex Network of Sewers, Treatment Plants and Outlets. Integrated Water Supply and Sewerage Project PUBLIC HEALTH (BY MUNICIPAL CORPORATION):  PUBLIC HEALTH (BY MUNICIPAL CORPORATION) Public Health Care that focuses on Preventive Health Care. Prevention / Control over Communicable Diseases. Hospitals focus on Curative Health Care. Maintenance of Vital Statistics. Maternity and Child Welfare Services. Medical Services Slide27:  Medical Relief – Dispensaries / Mobile Units. Prevention of Adulteration and Misbranding of Articles of Good. Licensing andamp; Controlling of Trades- Food and Involving Nuisance andamp; Danger to Public Health. Controlling Places of Public Amusement from Public Health Point of View. Registration andamp; Inspection of Nursing Homes. Slide28:  Several World Class Hospitals. World Class Super Specialty Hospitals. Extensive Health Care Facilities. Mobile Emergency Units. Highly Qualified / Trained Doctors, Nurses and Para Medical Staff. Quality Logistic Support. OTHER HEALTH CARE FACILITIES EDUCATION:  EDUCATION Excellent Educational/ Academic Facilities Primary, Secondary Education in Public and Private Schools Graduate, Postgraduate Courses in all Disciplines Medical, Dental, Physiotherapy, Nursing Colleges Para -Medical Courses Reputed Engineering Colleges ( IIT, VJTI, UDCT, etc) Slide30:  Technical Educational Institutions Vocational Training Institutions Private/ Public Sector Institutions Premier Training Institution in Urban Management i.e. AIILSG (established in 1926) Forge- in Country Linkages between Private andamp;Public Sector Institutions Technology Transfer Opportunities and Research andamp; Development MASTER PLAN FOR CITY (MUIP):  MASTER PLAN FOR CITY (MUIP) Includes: Improvements of Roads Elevated Roads Flyovers Vehicular Subway Pedestrian Subway Modern Stations High Capacity Bus Corridors PUBLIC BUS TRANSPORT SYSTEM:  PUBLIC BUS TRANSPORT SYSTEM Modern Bus Fleet Construction of Flyovers on Main Arteries of Mumbai Modern Bus Depots Bus Shelters andamp; Terminals Slide33:  Installation of New Micro Processor based Integrated Traffic Signals Construction of Pedestrian, Bridges andamp; Underpass at Important Junctions Roads / Bridge Widening Extensions / Canalization Slide34:  Environment Monitoring Constant Environment Monitoring In Mumbai City Air Quality Monitoring by Atomic Absorption Spectrophotometer (Mobile / Stationary) Preparation of Environmental Status Report. Slide35:  RECREATION FACILITIES Parks andamp; Playgrounds Amusement Parks with : Water Events, Essel World, Fantasy Land Zoo – Sprawling Complex with a variety of Animals and Birds Aquarium – with Exotic Marine Life andamp; Rare Species of Fish Nehru Planetarium Regular Shows on Astronomy Exhibits Lunar andamp; Astronomical Photographs Race Course NATURE PARK IN MUMBAI:  NATURE PARK IN MUMBAI Green Open Unpolluted Area Ecology andamp; Nature Conservation Bird Observation Point Aquarium Wooded Area Section Medical Plants Section Palm Section Fruit Tree Section Vegetable Section Vermi Composting CIVIC INVESTMENT AND FINANCING: 2006-2020:  CIVIC INVESTMENT AND FINANCING: 2006-2020 Slide38:  MCGM looks forward for Greater Co-operation from the Citizens to make Mumbai a Better Place MCGM Committed to Improve the Quality of Life in Mumbai:  MCGM Committed to Improve the Quality of Life in Mumbai COMMITMENT FROM GOVT. OF INDIA:  COMMITMENT FROM GOVT. OF INDIA Develop new airport and modernise existing airport Regularise tenure of encroached GoI lands Autonomy of suburban rail system (unbundling) Invest in ports and rail Rationalise zoning regulations Slide41:  ACCESSIBILITY Well connected Internationally andamp; Nationally International andamp; Domestic Airports Large Railway Network in India Long Distance Luxury Buses Connecting all States in India NEW TRUCK TERMINAL AT WADALA:  NEW TRUCK TERMINAL AT WADALA 68 ha. Truck Terminal of International Quality at Wadala (Central Mumbai Rationalize Movement of Truck Traffic on City Roads HOTELS:  HOTELS International Star Hotels Budget Hotels RESTAURANTS:  RESTAURANTS Hordes of Fast Food Outlets Restaurants with Multi – Culinary Delicacies Several Food Festivals THAETRE & MUSIC:  THAETRE andamp; MUSIC Theatre Performances in English andamp; Several Languages National Centre for Performing Arts Variety of Music Concerts for Western and Indian Classical Music Several Music Festivals Indian Music Shows BOLLYWOOD & MOVIES:  BOLLYWOOD andamp; MOVIES India’s answer to Hollywood Film Industry Rooted in Mumbai produces over 200 films a year Film City – Provides Logistics for Film Shootings and Actions Slide47:  SPORTS International Level Coachings in Various Sports Areas Two Cricket Stadiums Several Sports Clubs Several Municipal Sports Complexs Water Sports EXCURSIONS:  EXCURSIONS Elephant Caves Kanheri Caves Sanjay Gandhi National Park Slide49:  Stakeholders Citizens Private Sector MCGM CITY VISION Mumbai – A City of our Dreams GOVT. OF MAHARASHTRA Slide50:  Focus Areas to Achieve the Vision Slide51:  Millennium Development Goals [MDGs] Working to make Mumbai More Livable City by 2015 Slide52: 

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