Order of the Supreme Court of India in the matter of M. C. Mehta Vs Union of India & Other dated 29/03/2019 regarding parking policy in Delhi. The Apex Court directs that a copy of the report (Parking Management Plan for Residential Areas in Delhi) be supplied to A.N.S. Nadkarni, Additional Solicitor General of India, counsel for the Delhi Development Authority (DDA), Delhi Police, Municipal Corporations of Delhi (All Zones) including Delhi Cantonment Board. Let them submit concrete plan as to parking places.

With India home to seven of the top 10 most polluted cities in the world, Germany-based mobility solutions provider Wunder is pitching carpooling as an effective remedy to the alarming levels of ve

The UN Environment Programme (UNEP) on Saturday urged Africa to put in place policies to promote clean mobility solutions.

Order of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of Ajay Khera Vs Container Corporation of India Limited & Others dated 08/03/2019 regarding closing and shifting of operations of Depot of Container Corporation of India Limited (CONCOR) from Delhi on account of polluting activities.

NITI Aayog is hosting the first Move Summit in New Delhi where stakeholders from various sub-sectors of mobility and transport will gather to co-create a public interest framework to revolutionize transport.

NITI Aayog is hosting the first Move Summit in New Delhi where stakeholders from various sub-sectors of mobility and transport will gather to co-create a public interest framework to revolutionize transport.

In sum, across the world there is an urgent need to reimagine and restructure the approaches, policies, regulations, systems and instruments pertaining to mobility. Ensuring sustainable and efficient mobility of people and goods, particularly in an increasingly urbanizing scenario, is one of India’s key challenges.

In sum, across the world there is an urgent need to reimagine and restructure the approaches, policies, regulations, systems and instruments pertaining to mobility. Ensuring sustainable and efficient mobility of people and goods, particularly in an increasingly urbanizing scenario, is one of India’s key challenges.

The mobility needs of people who walk and cycle – often the majority of citizens in a city – continue to be overlooked. Even though the benefits of investing in pedestrians and cyclists can save lives, help protect the environment and support poverty reduction.

The latest SUTP publication highlights the benefits of implementing Mobility Management at universities. It contributes to an increased and more sustainable mobility of students and employees in general but moreover it can also change the mindset of young leaders in the long term.

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