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Mumbai Area Traffic Control (ATC) &
Ancillary System
Mumbai, India
ATC is a computer-aided system for centrally coordinating traffic signals across the entire city. The first feasibility and detailed engineering study was initiated by PF in January 1995. This is a World Bank funded project under the Mumbai Urban Transport Project (MUTP-II) scheme. Mumbai Metropolitan Region Development Authority (MMRDA) is the Nodal Agency and our Client and the Implementation Agency is the Municipal Corporation of Greater Mumbai (MCGM).

Phase 1 comprising 53 signals and Phase 2 with 200 signals is commissioned. The implemented ATC system has resulted in reduced travel times, reduced stoppages at signals, and cut down in pollution and fuel consumption. We undertook the feasibility study, DPR, Tender Documents, Project Management and Training for this important project

The evaluation of the first phase has indicated that the junction delays could be reduced by 5 to 10% in the peak period and more than 10% in off-peak times. The evaluation also showed that journey speeds of the congested network of Mumbai also could be improved to the tune of 5 to 7% in various corridors. The project received national and international accolades (ACE Awards UK, 2012 and MoUD, GoI, 2011)
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