Urban mobility has different dimensions. Mobility is due to various purposes and needs. It encompasses movability by public, private and personalised modes, and manoeuvrability through the facilitations of various transport infrastructure and services provided by the concerned authorities. In this context, the role of various modes of public transport in a city is of paramount importance for the efficient and effective movement, but the same cannot be achieved without the modal integration of public transport in conjunction with non-motorised modes.

To curb carbon dioxide emission and to cope with the crisis over fossil fuel supply, there is a pressing universal need to examine our fuel policy, and determine a new fuel which emits either zero or insignificant levels of exhaust gases. Using hydrogen as a transport fuel is a vision of future for many.

This study aims to identify the perceptions of the people with their travel characteristics/trip generation in the city of Mysore.

The transport infrastructure contibutes substantially to the state's economy. Parking is a essential component of the transportation system. The parking strategy is associated with the demand and accessibility of parking lots. Against this backdrop, this study aims at analysing the demand and supply of vehicle parking in Chennai city. The various aspects of parking characteristics such as turnover, duration of parking, accumulation and volume in the parking spaces are discussed in this paper.

The paper analyses the financial distress in State Road Transport Undertakings (SRTUs). Financial distress is a multidimensional generic term, which is a symptom of fading financial conditions of a business concern. The financial distress in SRTUs is analysed on various aspects and dimensions and discussed through the application of one of the multivariate analysis techniques.

Besides the provision of timely, adequate and efficient transport service to the travelling public, the State Transport Undertakings (STUs) are contributing substantially to the exchequer of both the Central and State governments in the form of various taxes. Further, they are undertaking many social responsibilities such as the provision of transport either free of cost or at a concessional fare to certain sections of the public and the operation of public conveyances on uneconomical schedules in the interest of public from the remote areas.

Public transport systems present an interesting situation wherein the primary objective is that of public service on a self sustaining basis. To achieve these diverse goals, organisations employ various mechanisms of control. This paper studies Karnataka  State Road Transport Corporation as an organisation from the point of view of the control systems that they have implemented at the ground level and their effectiveness. 

The paper is an attempt to highlight the profitability approach in State Road Transport Undertakings. A case study of two major undertakings i.e. Rajasthan State Road Transport Corporation and Uttar Pradesh State Road Transport Corporation is analyzed.

A large number of people in Guwahati city use the public transport system everyday to get to work etc. This paper aims at studying the characteristics of the existing public transport system in Guwahati city and identifying the problems and issues in the system.

The major contributor of pollution in the environment is road transport vehicle. The population of vehicles is increasing multi-fold. This leads to increase of pollutants in the environment. Road transport produces significant amounts of CO2 by using crude oil as primary source. A reduction of CO2 emissions can be achieved by implementing alternative fuel chains.