The Smart city plan envisions the city to establish itself as a Regional Hub for the North East India and a World Class Guwahati City by anchoring and reorienting the city towards its natural assets.
Retrofitting of Contiguous area of 696 acres of connected water bodies of the city, which includes the Deepar Beel wetland, Morabharalu stream, Bharalu river, Borsola Beel and the Brahmaputra riverfront- is planned to be taken up for the area based proposal. This project will be designed to mitigate flood, improve access, and manage recreational, cultural and ecological assets in the proposed area and reconnect the city to its riverine ecosystem. Eco-restoration, bio-remediation techniques will be explored to transform these degraded water bodies into performing ecological landscapes and further into tourist attractions.
The Pan City proposal will focus on using ICT based application to meet the specific targets of sustainable development goals for Guwahati i.e. ‘Making Cities and Human settlements inclusive, safe, resilient and sustainable