Infrastructure

1  Water Supply & Sewerage System:


    Water Sources:
  • Narmada Main canal

  • Recycling and Reuse of Wastewater

  • Rainwater Harvesting

    – 24 x 7 Water Supply
    – Concept of Zero Discharge City
    – Perennial Water Front ensured through construction of three barrages on river Sabarmati
    – Proposed Landscaped promenade at the river bank along GIFT

Samrudhi Sarovar & Waterfront Development:

  • 1 km length & 7 m depth

  • Width varying from 82 m to 160 m

  • Designed for 15 days drinking water storage

  • Water Body of 0.75 Mm3 capacity to enhance aesthetics and for water sports activity

2  Power


Vision:

“Exclusive space for Utilities to minimize intervention in moment of traffic during maintenance period.”

Dedicated Green Service Corridor:

  • All infrastructure networks (trunk) shall pass through a common service corridor

  • Space optimisation

  • Ease in maintenance

  • Safe operations

Estimated Power Demand:

    Total Demand : ~740 MW
    – Underground cabling for power distribution within GIFT
    – Substation and Distribution Automation
    – Indoor Substations
  • Gas Insulated Switchgears (GIS) substation for Sub-transmission and Distribution within GIFT city

  • Compact substation (CSS) in buildings

     

3 Information & Communication Technology


4 Solid Waste Management


  • Automated Waste Collection System (AWS) through chute system

  • Minimum Human Intervention

  • Minimize space requirement

  • Minimize impact on health

  • Waste sucked through pipes at a speed of 90 km/hr

  • Waste Treatment through Plasma Technology

5 District Cooling System


  • Efficiency through economies of scale

  • Reduces energy costs

  • Reduces maintenance costs

  • Improves air quality and temperature control

  • Reduces noise and vibration

  • Total Estimated Capacity : ~ 1.0 Lakh TR

6 Transport


  • Segregating vehicular & pedestrian movement

  • Envisaged Modal Split of 10:90 between private and public transport

  • Effective & convenient public mode of transport

  • Planning Transit Oriented Development where people walk to work

  • Combination of Modes along main spines – linking city within & outside.

  • Aiming Zero Fatal Accident City

 

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