Traffic Safety Audit Report - NgurahRai
Completed Study in 2013
R & M was retained to perform Traffic Safety Audit Report for two loop ramps on Nusa Dua - Ngurah Rai - Benoa Toll road in Indonesia. The Nusa Dua - Ngurai Rai - Benoa Toll connects airport, port, and tourism areas in Nusa Dua, Bali and is one of the priority programs of Central Government in 6 Economic Corridors. In addition to improving Balinese economy development the toll road is needed to support APEC meeting which will be held in Indonesia.
R & M's primary focus was to report on potential road safety issues and to identify opportunities to improve safety of all road users. R & M examined the design of loop ramps 3 and 4 for design elements representing safety concerns and proposed possible recommendations to either mitigate or eliminate these concerns. Some of the key recommendations included: Rumble strips, Barrier Mounted Chevron Signs, Advanced Warning Signs, Barrier Mounted Glare Screens, Crash Cushions, and Barrier Scuppers.
Preliminary Study of Traffic Diversion Analysis - NgurahRai
Completed Study in 2013
R & M was selected for this Preliminary Traffic Study of traffic diversion analysis for the Bali Toll road network. The project constituted of a proposed Nusa Dua - Benoa toll road connecting airport, port, and tourism areas in Nusa Dua, Bali. The proposed project and is one of the priority programs of Central Government in 6 Economic Corridors.This $55 million project was the first Indonesian toll road project built on the sea with a length of 12.7 km, where 10 km was above the sea. The primary purpose of this study was to identify potential traffic flow patterns along the entire road network in the project vicinity.
R & M analyzed the traffic data collected at 5 Traffic Volume count stations, 3 Turning Traffic Movement count stations, and 3 Origin Destination count station. R & M also evaluated the traffic flow patterns by accounting O-D traffic analysis data and forecasted project traffic. Toll pricing models were evaluated to ensure that the toll facility is put to optimum utilization while maintaining road user equilibrium. Optimum pricing was recommended to generate traffic that meets the toll facility's optimum capacity.
South Asia Subregional Economic Cooperation (SASEC) Transport Logistics Trade Facilitation - Asian Development Bank (ADB)
Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, and Nepal
Completed Study in 2011
R&M was under contract to the Asian Development Bank (ADB) as the Prime Consultant to prepare the inception report, final report and documents for the governments of Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, Nepal, and ADB. The study emphasizes on 2 identified highway segments being as the regional connectivity between Nepal, India, Bhutan and Bangladesh. The project;
(i) Identified the road sections requiring feasibility studies and design; and INDIA – BHUTAN BORDER
(ii) Conduct the feasibility study and prepare a preliminary design for the following two roads:
(a) AH-2 (Kakarbhitta - (Border Nepal/India)-Panitanki-Fulbari- (Border India/Bangladesh) (about 50km).
(b) AH-48 (Phuentsholing-(Border Bhutan/India)-Jaigaon-Hasimara- Dhupguri- Mainaguri-Changrabandha (Border India/Bangladesh) (about 150km).