The Delhi-Gurgaon Expressway has achieved the dubious distrinction of becoming one of the most controversial projects in the history of India's road infrastructure development. Initiated in 2001 as a first of its kind in India, the project was finally made operational after a delay of over two years.

Several cities are now implementing bus rapid transit system (BRTS) as a measure to reduce traffic congestion and cater to increasing populations. Jaipur is making a pioneering effort in this regard by developing a bus system to cover 138 km of road length with an investment of Rs 7.83 billion on an innovative public-private partnership model.

bangalore Municipal Corporation's road projects have hit a dead end due to non-availability of funds. The corporation had applied for Rs 7,536 crore for flyovers and grade-separator projects under

This paper demonstrates a bottom-up approach for developing urban transport strategies taking a case study of the city of Caracas, Venezuela. The strategies are proposed with respect to; solving the existing transportation problems, achievement of set goals for the city and minimization of negative impacts of transportation.

This document is the Inception Report of the Clean Air Initiative for Asian Cities (CAI-Asia) Center for the implementation of the Sustainable Urban Mobility in Asia (SUMA) Program under the Asian Development Bank (ADB) Regional Technical Assistance (RETA) 6291: Rolling Out Air Quality Management and Sustainable Urban Transportation in Asia and covers the period 5 July

Rethinking urban mobility involves optimising the use of all the various modes of transport and organising "co-modality" between the different modes of collective transport (train, tram,

This guidelines focus on the BRT environment and assume that interested parties can take advantage of existing guidelines to clarify general issues of access to public space, buildings, and pedestrian infrastructure. The guidelines generally follow the travel path of a passenger using a full-featured Bus Rapid Transit system.

Air pollution in Delhi has reached critical levels due to heavy traffic jams as well as the recent fire in Ghaziabad landfill site. The condition is expected to worsen during Diwali due to the smoke emitted from firecrackers.

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Our cities are racing towards times where moving around on foot might become a myth. Roads overflowing with cars at any point during the day has become a norm, adding more stress to the already stressed urban lives. But the worst is yet to come, yes you heard that right. Studies suggest that we still haven't touched the peak in vehicular congestion. With the best minds in the industry, we debate how did we get to this situation and what happens if we touch the peak.

Bangalore (Bengaluru) has witnessed phenomenal spurt with the rapid growth in the IT industry and other job opportunities in the city. This is exploding vehicle numbers. Cars today are as much as 90 per cent of the total registered vehicles in the city. Traffic volume has exceeded the designed capacity of the roads and there is barely any space left to park cars. Public transport is fighting for road space. The city needs urgent mobility transition….

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