This latest report is on the state of mobility in Bangalore, Dar es Salaam, S

The Government of India has formulated a National Urban Transport Policy (NUTP), 2006 which seeks to work out an approach for dealing with the rapidly growing problem of Urban Transport as also to offer a clear direction and framework for future action in the area of Urban Transport.

Dario Hidalgo, transport expert with the Washington-based World Resources Institute Center for Sustainable Transport, has done an in-depth assessment of the Delhi BRT. Says the Delhi BRT has succeeded in meeting some of its key objectives, though it is still in an evolving phase. It has a lot of promise in terms of easing the congestion load in the city.

This report presents basic information and data to support the development and evaluation of bus rapid transit concepts as one of many options during alternatives analyses and subsequent project planning.

The initial 5.8 Km of the Bus Corridor in Delhi became operational on April 20th 2008. The facility stretches from Moolchand to Ambedkar Nagar along JBT Marg in South Delhi. The corridor infrastructure consist of single median

Bangalore, dhns: The Empowered Group of Ministers (EGoM) chaired by Minister for External Affairs Pranab Mukherjee, on Friday, accorded approval for the North-South corridor extension of Namma Metro project.
To be constructed at a cost of Rs 1,763 crore, the project had received approval from the State government in Oct 2008. The extension will be:

A festival helped a small town in Punjab discover car-free mobility Fazilka is a small, 162 year-old town on the India-Pakistan border in Ferozepur district. Its unkempt, garbage-strewn congested streets with small, bustling shops are nothing out of the ordinary. But this town of about 68,000 people

An efficient, effective, eco-and consumer-friendly Urban
Transportation-without which cities can become immobile-is the need of the country in this century. If the look and feel of
public transport is not improved substantially and on an urgent
basis across various cities; to a level that it can be sold to

Global experience bears out that parking management is one of the most powerful instruments to reduce travel by personal vehicles that also influences commuting choices in favour of public transport.

This study compares basic transport and air quality indicators for 12 Indian cities. These indicators are reported in city development plans, comprehensive mobility plans, comprehensive traffic and transport studies and detailed project reports submitted to the Ministry of Urban Development between 2005 and 2007.

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