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Project by
Shrikrushna Kaphare
Shantanu Jaykar
Ashitosh Jadhav
Vijay Shelke

Guided by
Mrs. Snehal Bobade
Batch- 2018-19
Outline of the presentation
• Introduction
• Problem identification
• Objectives
• Literature review
• Methodology
• Road transport is the dominant mode of transport in India, both in terms of traffic
share and in terms of contribution to the national economy.
• Road transport service accounted for 3.3 per cent of the country’s gross value
• The existing stock of road length in India is 56.03 lakh kms.
• The road network of the country consists of National Highways (NH), State
Highways (SH) District Roads, Rural Roads, Urban Roads and Project Roads
Problem identification

• Considering the huge transport network ,to control and maintain traffic both at
the construction and working phase is the biggest challenge.
• Whenever any highway passes through municipal area many state and district
road meet these highways, major traffic congestion and fatal accidents are often
seen at the junctions.
• Problem of accidents also arises at the places of poor drainage and where safety
measures are not provided.

• the present study includes planning the phase wise construction of various
• Material management so as to save cost of the project
• To improve productivity and help to ensure its timely completion
• Traffic study and traffic management during construction without disturbing
existing traffic
• Minimum adverse impact on environment
• Minimum additional acquisition of land and phase development

• The application of technology and scientific principals to the planning, functional

design, operation and management of facilities for any mode of transportation in
order to provide for the safe, efficient, rapid, comfortable, convenient,
economical, and environmentally compatible movement of people and goods
Literature review
Name Title Abstract
National Nhai works To develop, maintain and manage the National Highways, the Parliament enacted
highways manual the National Highways Authority of India Act, 1988. NHAI came into existence with
Authority of india 2006 effect from June I5, 1989. However, it was operationalised only in February
(ministry of 1995. Functions of the NHAI, stated generally, are to develop, maintain and
shipping, road manage the National Highways and any other highways vested in, or entrusted
transport and to, it by the Government.
(department of
road tr
Ansport and
Ankit Gupta, Effect of Present study is based on the survey of three locations from central business district
Bhupendra Singh, Gradient on area of Dharamshala. speed-density, flow-density, flow-speed and flow-space were
Nitin Pundir Pedestrian projected through graphs. Based on the collected data,pedestrian flow behaviour
Flow models were developed and those were compared with the models developed for
Characteristics plain topography regions. Pedestrian Level of Service (LOS) was derived from
Under Mixed standards laid down by Indian Road.
Literature review
Name Title Abstract
Khyomesh V. Construction This paper is written to fill a void created by the absence of proper materials
Patel (PG materials management on construction sites. To managing a productive and cost efficient site
Student) Prof. management efficient material management is very essential. Research has shown that
Chetna M. Vyas On project construction materials and equipment may constitute more than 70% of the total
(Ph.D. Cont.) sites cost for a typical construction project. Therefore the proper management of this
single largest component can improve the productivity and cost efficiency of a
project and help ensure its timely completion. One of the major problems in delaying
construction projects is poor materials and equipment management. This paper
describes the main results of survey carried out in Ahmedabad that investigated the
material management of 3 wellknown builders of Ahmedabad.
Aditya A. Pande, Study of Materials management is a critical component of the construction industry. As such,
S .Sabihuddin Material organizations need to understand the effects of proper materials management
Management techniques on the effectiveness of project execution. A properly implemented
Techniques on materials management program can achieve the timely flow of materials and
Construction equipment to the jobsite, and thus facilitate improved work face planning, increased
Project labor productivity, better schedules, and lower project costs. Materials management
is an important function in order to improve productivity in construction projects. It
is defined materials management functions which include planning and material take
off, vendor evaluation and selection, purchasing, expenditure, shipping, material
receiving, warehousing and inventory, and material distribution.In this project we
Literature review
Name Title Abstract
Tejas D. Khediya Study of One of the major reasons of deterioration of roads is rain water. During Rainfall, Part
Surface and of water flows on ground surface and part of it percolates through soil mass until it
Sub Surface reaches the ground water below water table. Due to percolation of water in highway
Highway pavement moisture content of soil increases which reduce the bearing capacity of
Drainage the soil. Thus stability of highway is reduced. Drainage of the highway is the process
System of removing and controlling surplus water on the surface and sub soil water in sub
surface with in the right way which is detailed explain in this paper.

Magdi Zumrawi The Impacts This paper aims to study the various impacts of inadequate drainage on road
of Poor pavement condition. Poor drainage causes early pavement distresses lead to driving
Drainage on problems and structural failures of road. To prevent or minimize premature
Road pavement failures and to enhance the road performance, it is imperative to provide
Performance adequate drainage. As case study,two major roads in Khartoum state were selected
in Khartoum for field survey of the existing condition of the provided drainage system and its
subsequent impacts on pavement performance. As a result of this investigation, it
was found that most roads in Khartoum state suffered from poor drainage which
causes severe distresses and damages of pavement. Based on the previous
experiences of design and construction of proper drainage, design guidelines are
Literature review
Name Title Abstract
Government of Road Road transport is the dominant mode of transport in India, both in terms of traffic
india transport year share and in terms of contribution to the national economy. Road transport service
Ministry of road book accounted for 3.3 per cent of the country’s gross value addition. On the
transport & (2015-16) infrastructure i.e. highways development front, the pace at which highways are
highways expanded both in length and quality in recent years has been unprecedented. The
Transport length of National Highways has seen an annual growth rate of 7.3 per cent during
research wing 2010-11 to 2015-16.

Ministry of road Reports on 4 Pursuant to the decision taken in the meeting of the 12th National Road Safety
transport and E's of Road Council (NRSC) held on 25.3.2011, separate Working Groups were constituted by the
highway Safety Ministry of Road Transport & Highways on each of the four E’s of Road Safety, viz.
(government of Education, Enforcement. Engineering and Emergency care. These Working Groups
India) were tasked to deliberate in detail and submit their recommendations on short term,
long term measures for immediate implementation so as to curb road accident in the
• A course in Highway Engineering “S.P.Bindra”.
• Roads, Railways, Bridges, Tunnels & Harbour Dock Engineering, “B.L.Gupta & Amit Gupta”Edition-2012
• Highway Engineering, “S.K.Khanna & C.E.G. Justo”, Edition-200
• (ministry of road transport and highway)
• Acharya, Jitendra. , Thesis Materials management for the construction sector, CEPT.
• Agarwal, Anil. (2001), “Benchmarking wastage control of construction materials”, NICMAR journal of
Construction Management, Vol 16, No.1 , January 2001
• Baldva, Surbhi. (1997) Thesis , Material management in construction industry, CEPT
Research methodology

Collection of data
and information

Analyse the situation Traffic study and

by visiting the site management

Construction planning
and material Safety management

Outcome of the first review

• Selection of the site

• Collection of data
• Selection of parameters based on collected data
Selection of site

• Pune-satara road
• Strech from Swargate to Katraj

Reason for selecting site

• Two main junctions (swargate chowk and katarj chowk)

• Major traffic volume
• Major bus stand for pune
• Major hubs of maharastra state transport network
• Proposed metro route
Collection of data: Swargate chowk
Katraj chowk
Katraj chowk
Road marking
Construction materials
Traffic flow
Road safety

• Construction material
• Road safety
• Upgradation of traffic signals
• Traffic flow