The India Infrastructure Report 2008 discusses: competitive bidding models for infrastructure projects and critical factors required for a minimum subsidy model to succeed; models on auction bidding for rural infrastructure, e-governance, and multi-channel delivery mechanism; tolling and payment mechanism models for roads, railways, and airports; models for public service financing and affordable

The Bangalore Metropolitan Land Transport Authority (BMLTA), constituted by the State government under the framework of National Urban Transport Policy (NUTP), has accorded approval to the Comprehensi

A few months away from elections and hurtling towards the Commonwealth games deadline of 2010, the Delhi government has in its 2008-09 Budget made an unprecedented 41% hike in the allocation for the t

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A Unified Metropolitan Transport Authority has recently been set up in the city.

Transport economist Stuart Cole shares his views on India's options for effective transport management with Down To Earth.

an ngo working with people affected by an urban transport project has been accused of irregularities.

The Green Paper on urban transport will address all transport modes, including walking, cycling, motor cycles and motor vehicles, and will cover both urban freight (and logistics)

THE Society of Indian Automobile Manufacturers siam says India produced over 10 million vehicles in 2006. The number of cars was more than one million. As the manufacture and sale of vehicles are

Urban India is beginning to explode. The question is if our cities will be able to manage this growth or will they just burst at the seams? The reason I ask this is because we still don t have a clue

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