The Ministry of Urban Development (MoUD) has the mandate, inter alia, to conserve/restore urban lakes/water bodies, re-use and re-cycle waste water, etc.

The waste management scenario in Coimbatore was lagging behind due to inadequate infrastructure and was unable to meet the norms stipulated under the MSW Rules, 2000. Hence, the SWM project under JnNURM was prepared with a view to augment the existing solid waste management system by adopting an integrated approach.

Surat’s sporadic expansion between the 80’s and the 90’s resulted in a major service gap in the field of solid waste management (SWM). It resulted in one of the major epidemic in the form of Plague in the year 1994, which was probably the worst in the country in decades.

This advisory on tariff structure for urban water supply and sewerage services is an effort to provide guidance to states and cities in adopting suitable water/sewerage tariff so as to recover 100% cost to meet at least O&M requirements to begin with. This will improve the service delivery to the customers in water and sewerage sector.

Urban transport has increasingly played a key role in making rapidly growing cities livable and sustainable. Sensitivity to local context and scientific evaluation of available alternatives lies at the core of an efficient public transport system.

The Ministry of Urban Development (MoUD), Government of India (GOI) had issued policy circular Do. No.

These rules may be called the Metro Railways General Rules, 2013 and Opening of Metro Railways for Public Carriage of Passengers Rules, 2013. These rules shall come into force on the date of their publication in the Official Gazette.

Ministry of Urban Development issued this Advisory to the states and the union territories on introduction of congestion charging in central business areas/congested areas in Indian cities.

The undersigned is directed to refer to the Ministry of Finance, Department of Expenditure’s OM No.30(17)/PF.11/2012 dated 11.10.2012 and to say the following on the policy being followed by Govt. of India (GoI) through Ministry of Urban Development (MoUD) in respect of sanction and implementation of Metro Rail projects in India.

Public-Private-Partnerships (PPP) is a method of working in which the public and private sectors cooperate and partner with each other to create infrastructure and/ or provide services to users. All PPP projects have multiple stakeholders such as the ULBs, citizens, private sector, and state and central governments.