The Safe Access Manual offers recommendations to develop safe access to mass transit stations in Indian cities. Improving access to mass transit in India—building on a national investment of US$15 billion to help develop urban transport infrastructure—can expand access to jobs and opportunities in urban India.

EMBARQ India's report Bus Karo 2.0 – Case Studies from India, seeks to understand and document the implementation of significant advancements in bus transport in India.

Typical transport investment and policy proposals in India may consider factors such as connectivity with surrounding areas, land use and socioeconomic impacts, available funding, and the level of support from local stakeholders. All too often, these assessments consistently overlook the health impacts of transport.

Motorized two-wheelers - motorcycles, scooters, mopeds, and similar vehicles - are a growing form of transport in Indian cities. As such, the rise of motorized two-wheelers has significant implications for the future of public transport.

This document presents an Intermediate Public Transport (IPT) policy for the city of Chennai, which can be applied to other cities in Tamil Nadu, based on applicability of local service conditions.

This study presents a review of available literature in the urban auto-rickshaw sector in India. It focuses on current state of the sector, summarize the key issues, and highlight the gaps in current literature.

Between 2005 and 2012, India’s Jawaharlal Nehru National Urban Renewal Mission (JnNURM) has invested US$20billion in urban infrastructure (including transport) and basic services to the urban poor. JnNURM is a very important advance, as it helps the cities with policies and funding for moving people, not vehicles.