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Tag Archives: National Urban Transport Policy

Area wise Parking Management for Sustainable Mobility

With an increase in vehicular registration and increasing parking demand, cities are facing the challenge to bridge the gap between the demand and the supply. This article by Prachi Merchant, Sr. Planner associated with the proposed Mumbai Parking Authority at the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation, looks into the issue of parking, various experiments and options adopted to tackle the complex problems ...

Choosing Off-street over On-street Parking

The panel consisting of V Ramesh, CEO, Varam Parking Pvt Ltd; Nagendra Reddy V, CEO & Founder, VTRAC Worldwide; Udaya Bhaskar Rao Abburu, CEO & Managing Director, iRam Technologies; Arvind Mayar, CEO, Secure Parking Solutions Pvt Ltd and Amit Haware, CEO & JMD, Haware Properties discussed about efficient parking technologies and innovations When it comes to parking, Indians display a ...

Urban Mobility India, 2015

Urban Transportation is one of the most important infrastructure services for urban development. For urban areas to be able to support the required level of economic activity, they must provide for the easy and sustainable flow of goods and people. The Government of India having felt the need for a policy for detailing the approach to dealing with this rapidly ...

Urban Bus Specifications

With BRTS and the Government’s emphasis on detrailing in specifications for buses, the perception for bus based transport system has changed in India The National Urban Transport Policy has encouraged public transport with technologies focussed on bus based systems. It launched many initiatives in this regard: Urban Bus Specifications (UBS)-II, Model Detailed Project Report, Model Purchase Document and Model Operators ...

Urban Safety: The two-wheeler phenomenon

Ranjit Gadgil, Programme Director, Parisar, discusses the safety risks associated with the ever-increasing use of two wheelers in the country, and the need to improve public transport. Pune, once known as a ?cycling city? has very rapidly transformed into a ?two-wheeler? city, a process which began in the late 80s, accelerating throughout the 90s. With the turn of the century, ...

Mysore becomes the first official Indian city to implement ITS

While optimum use of Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS) for improvement of traffic conditions and safety of road, rail, air and water commuters is much debated in the country, the state of Karnataka has taken the lead in trying to make one of its cities an ITS city. Under the aegis of Karnataka State Road Transport Corporation (KSRTC), and as part of the GEF-SUTP Programme, Mysore City has been chosen to be India?s first major ITS city, with the backing of the Ministry of Urban Development, Government of India. S Mallikarjuna, Chief Mechanical Engineer (P) who has put in 32 years at KSRTC and is the Head of its Project Implementation Unit, writes exclusively for TrafficInfraTech on the process of making Mysore an ITS City.

How to create A Great City?

In our Urban Design section this time, we discuss certain issues that go in making a city green, and also address the pedestrian and traffic woes, instead of writing about the design of a structure