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  • Pune Cycle Plan
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    Pune Cycle Plan
    Pune Cycle Plan. Pune Municipal Corporation, 2018.

    Pune can be a city where people find cycling, using public transport and walking convenient, comfortable, safe and attractive.

    Pune cycle plan is part of the efforts by Pune Municipal Corporation to transform transporatation in the city. PMC iis also commited to improvements in footpaths...

  • Pune Sustainable transport
    Pune's Sustainable Transportation Initiatives In The best way to predict the future smart city, Is to design it., 2018.

    This brochure provides a brief of initiatives that Pune Smart City along with Pune Municipal Corporation  is undertaking in Transportation sctor.

  • Pune Smart City brochure
    Reimagining Pune. Pune Municipal Corporation, 2018.

    This brochure is  gives a overview of the initiatives that are planned to be undertaken in Pune under the Smart Cities Mission.

  • Smart Mobility
    Smart Mobility. Pune Municipal Corporation, 2018.

    This Brochure gives a brief account of the smart initiatives that the city of Pune is undertaking under the Smart Cities Mission under transport sector. Some of thenm include introduction of Smart Cards, promotion to electric vehicles, Command and control centre for transport management.

  • Pune SCM
    Smart Cities Mission: Pune, Projects For Launch. Pune Municipal Corporation, 2018.

    This brochure is gives an overvies of the projects planned under Smart Cities Mission in Pune.

  • First Draft_Smart Roads
    First Draft Document for Smart Roads - Urban Revitalization and Junction Improvement ., 2018.

    This is a First Draft Document for Smart Roads that can be used by cities by customizing the douments based on their requirements.

  • E- rickshaw
    Assessment of the E-Rickshaw Operations in Siliguri, West Bengal. CapaCITIES, 2018.

    The report presents the summary of e-rickshaw operations in Siliguri. The main aim of the assessment is to analyze the present scenario and identify the technical, operational and legal issues pertaining to the e-rickshaw operations in Siliguri. The assessment will assist decision makers in...

  • Udaipur
    E-Rickshaw Pilot Assessment for Udaipur, Rajasthan. CapaCITIES, 2018.

    The public transport and IPT sector provides the easiest opportunity to accelerate the shift towards electric mobility. Currently, India has one of the highest percentages of public transport use in the world, averaging to almost 25% (excluding non-motorized transport) across major cities....

  • E-rickshaw Delhi
    Assessment of the E-rickshaw operations in Delhi. CapaCITIES, 2018.

    The report comprises of a assessment of e-rickshaw operations in Delhi. The assessment includes operations of the e-rickshaws in Delhi. The report will enable decision makers in overcoming the lack of information related to electric mobility and identifying the various barriers,in an effort to...

  • E-rickshaw
    E-Rickshaw Pilot Operation in Udaipur and case studies at Delhi and Siliguri In A Summary Note to Document the Role of E-rickshaws for Low Carbon IPT in Indian Cities. CapaCITIES, 2018.

    In response to growing concerns about air pollution and climate change cities around the world have been trying for electrification of mobility. India is also working in this direction. Given India’s energy targets – 175 GW of renewables, and climate targets; 40% of power plants powered by non-...

  • EV Charging
    NITI Aayog, Government of India. Proposal for a Quick Pilot on EV Charging Infrastructure. NITI Aayog, Government of India, 2018.

    The objective of this proposal is to provide a structure for EV charging infrastructure rollout in the Gurgaon-IGI-South Delhi-Noida corridor. This proposalis expected to make the actual rollout easier and faster and serve as a pilot study for deployment. The proposal (supported by the planning...

  • Clean Fuel
    Action Plan For Clean Fuel In Report of the Task Force on Clean Fuel. NITI Aayog, Government of India, 2018.

    Air pollution is one of the major man–made environmental risks to the public health. The release of various gaseous emissions and particulate matter in the air has been on the rise due to various anthropogenic emissions. To address the rising concerns of deteriorating air quality, Confederation...

  • Transport Infrastructure
    Alder, Simon, Mark Roberts, and Meenu Tewari. The Effects of Transport Infrastructure on India’s Urban and Rural Development. World Bank Group, 2018.

    This paper uses a two-sector domestic trade model to study urban and rural development in India over the past decade. Based on a version of the market access approach proposed by Donaldson and Hornbeck (2016), we derive general equilibrium relationships between a sector’s income and it’s access...

  • Smart Streets
    Gharpure, Praful. Dovetailing Smart Streets. Traffic Infra tech, 2018.

    With the launch of Smart Cities initiative, projects of varied nature leveraging technology have been conceptualized and planned for implementation across the country. Smart streets is one such measure which is common amongst the projects underway. There are several measures planned for...

  • TOD and Gender
    WEDO), World Environmen. Access for All Series: Policies for Inclusive Transit-Oriented Development. World Environment and Development Organization (WEDO), 2018.

    WEDO’s Eleanor Blomstrom, collaborated with The Institute for Transportation and Development Policy (ITDP) to write Access and Gender, the first paper in the ACCESS FOR ALL SERIES:...

  • Bus Innovation: Vadodara

    This video shows how the city of Vadodara has augmented the public transport through investing in buses equipped with new age technology. 

  • mobility
    NITI Aayog, Government of India. Moving Forward Together., 2018.

    Growth in vehicle ownership and demand for transportation is also leading to higher congestion in urban centers. The cost of congestion is estimated to be Rs. 1.47 lakh crore annually in Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata and Bangalore8, and vehicular emissions rates are increasing9 , with negative...

  • Freight report
    NITI Aayog, Government of India. Goods on the Move In Efficiency and Sustainability in India Logistics. NITI Aayog, Government of India, 2018.

    Improving efficiency of the logistics sector is of high importance for the country’s economy as it boosts economic growth, grows exports through global supply chains and generates employment. While India’s passenger and freight mobility sectors are becoming more efficient and the logistics is...

  • Mobility Data
    Data Driven Mobility In Improving Passenger Transportation Through Data. NITI Aayog, Government of India, 2018.

    Mobility is a key economic driver: moving people and goods is at the core of a well-functioning and prosperous society. Increasing the efficiency and quality of a country’s mobility system helps support a stronger economy and a higher standard of living for its citizens. Data is an essential...

  • EV report
    NITI Aayog, Government of India. Zero emission vehicles (ZEVS): Towards a Policy Framework., 2018.

    Historically, mobility and fossil fuels have been inextricably linked with electric vehicles being successful only in a few niche markets. However, over the last decade, a collection of circumstances have conspired to create an opening for electric mobility to enter the mass market.

      ...

  • World Bank
    World Bank Group. The Urban Rail Development Handbook. World Bank Group, 2018.

    Cities across the globe are looking to develop affordable, environmentally friendly, and socially responsible transportation solutions that can meet the accessibility needs of expanding metropolitan populations and support future economic and urban development. When appropriately planned and...

  • Urban Mobility
    Reshaping Urban Mobility with Autonomous Vehicles Lessons from the City of Boston. World Economic Forum, 2018.

    Autonomous vehicles will radically transform how people and goods are transported around cities. What steps do government leaders need to take to ensure the future of mobility remains safe, clean and accessible for all people?

    This report, co-published by the World Economic Forum and The...

  • World Economic Forum
    Electric Vehicles for Smarter Cities: The Future of Energy and Mobility. World Economic Forum, 2018.

    This report examines the major trends affecting the transformation of energy and mobility systems, with a special focus on cities. Topics addressed include: electrification, decentralization and digitalization of the energy system, along with the shift towards electric, shared and autonomous...

  • Safer streets
    Vision Zero for Youth: Making Streets Safer One School Zone at a Time. Institute for Transportation and Development Policy, 2018.

    A resource for communities to promote the implementation and expansion of Vision Zero in local school zones.

    This report addresses one of the most tragic and preventable health issues affecting youth in cities around the world: road traffic deaths and injuries....

  • Walking and cycling
    Kost, Christopher, Naomi Mwaura, Advait Jani, and Christopher Van Eyken. Streets for Walking and Cycling. Institute for Transportation and Development Policy, 2018.

    Streets for Walking & Cycling is a guide that emphasizes designing for safety, accessibility, and comfort in African cities, developed by ITDP Africa in partnership with UN-Habitat.  Many cities across the...

  • Integrated Transport-Mobility Administration Centre
    Surat Smart City Development Limited. Integrated Transport-Mobility Administration Centre: Surat., 2018.

    Surat Municipal Corporation introduced SMAC Center is envisaged as an administrative control center for the city of Surat for effective and efficient delivery of all civic services. SMART City Center will operate in four layers. This centre will collect functioning information of all the...

  •  ITMS (Intelligent Transit Management System)
    ITMS (Intelligent Transit Management System): Surat., 2018.

    Surat is implementing a city wide integrated system – “Intelligent Transit Management System” (ITMS), to manage diverse set of transportation needs for the city – this includes: (a) public transport and (b) vehicles related to civic services like Solid Waste Management, Drainage, Heavy...

  •  Integrated Traffic Control System (ITCS) & Area surveillance Network
    Integrated Traffic Control System (ITCS) & Area surveillance Network: Surat. Surat Smart City Development Limited, 2018.

    Surat is among the fastest developing city in the world. It has ranked 4th developing city of the world. Surat city is well-known for its diamond polishing business, textile market business, Real estate business. As a city develops it attracts many people around the city as well as far away from...

  • Street Redesign: Pune

    The Pune Municipal Corporation under the vision of demonstrative projects has selected 9 streets in the Aundh Zone consisting of D P Road ITI Road Nagras Road Parihar Chowk Bhale Chowk Bremen Chowk Ambedkar Chowk etc to be taken up for this demonstration of creating an ideal streets network in...

  • Global Mobility Report 2017
    Global Mobility Report 2017: Tracking Sector Performance. Washington, DC: Sustainable Mobility for All, 2017.

    The Global Mobility Report is the first-ever study to assess the global performance of the transport sector and the progress made toward four main objectives: universal access, efficiency, safety, and green mobility. The publication covers all modes of transport, including road, air, waterborne...

  • Public Bicycle Sharing - Bhopal
    Public Bicycle Sharing - Bhopal In India Smart Cities: Success Stories from Mission Cities. New Delhi, India: Ministry of Urban Development, Government of India, 2017.

    In order to promote bicycle ride and provide for first and last mile connectivity to BRT, Smart City Bhopal has initiated a public bicycle-sharing program in the city.

  • ATSCS Bhubaneswar
    Adaptive Traffic Signal Control System - Bhubaneswar In India Smart Cities: Success Stories from Mission Cities. New Delhi, India: Ministry of Urban Development, Government of India, 2017.

    To enhance the efficiency of the signalized intersections the city has proposed to have a coordinated traffic signal control system. This necessitates installation of Adaptive Traffic Signal Control System at signalized intersections in the city. In light of the above Bhubaneswar, has recently...

  • Smart Roads -  Coimbatore
    Smart Roads - Coimbatore In India Smart Cities: Success Stories from Mission Cities. New Delhi, India: Ministry of Urban Development, Government of India, 2017.

    As a key step in achieving its goal of seamless mobility for citizens, Coimbatore Smart City is developing Smart Roads. Walking constitutes around 20% of all trips in Coimbatore; hence, a considerable emphasis has been given on improving pedestrian facilities / amenities. A plan for a network of...

  • Sustainable Mobility guidebook
    Sudhakaran, Saritha, Madhav Pai, Lakshmi Rajagopalan, Anjali Mahendra, and Jaya Dhindaw. Encouraging Design Practices for Sustainable Mobility in Indian Townships: A Guidebook. World Resources Institute, India, 2017.

    Encouraging Design Practices for Sustainable Mobility in Indian Townships: A Guidebook, is WRI India’s publication that highlights the role of urban design interventions that can be applied in townships or gated communities in cities, that promote the use of sustainable modes such as walking,...

  • Smart City Challenge Lessons Learnt
    Smart Cities Challenge: Lessons for Building Cities of the Future. Washington, DC: U.S. Department of Transportation, 2017.

    In December 2015, the U. S. Department of Transportation launched the Smart City Challenge, asking mid-sized cities across America to develop ideas for an integrated, first-of-its-kind smart transportation system that would use data, applications, and technology to help people and goods move...

  • Intelligent Transportation Systems Benefits, Costs, and Lessons Learned
    Intelligent Transportation Systems Benefits, Costs, and Lessons Learned. Washington, DC: U.S. Department of Transportation, 2017.

    Intelligent transportation systems (ITS) provide a proven set of strategies for advancing transportation safety, mobility, and environmental sustainability by integrating communication and information technology applications into the management and operation of the transportation system across...

  • 3R Report
    Fulton, Lew, Jacob Mason, and Dominique Meroux. Three Revolutions in Urban Transportation. New York: Institute for Transportation and Development Policy, 2017.

    There can be an 80% cut in CO2 emissions if cities embrace 3 revolutions (3R) in vehicle technology: automation, electrification, and, most importantly, ride sharing.  This report examines analysis from ITDP and UC Davis showing how 3R synergy provides 40% reduction in urban vehicle...

  • Feasibility Report
    Feasibility Report for Kumharon Ka Bhatta with an Alternative Intersection Improvement: Case Study from Udaipur. New Delhi, India: ICLEI - Local Governments for Sustainability, South Asia, 2017.

    Feasibility Report for Kumharon Ka Bhatta with an Alternative Intersection Improvement: Case of Udaipur is a part of the output reports under the project “Supporting Smart Urban Mobility and Built Environment in Indian Cities” under Grant Ref: G 15 SSEF-140 for the period of October 2015 to...

  • Draft Parking Management Strategy
    Draft Parking Management Strategy: Case of Kakinada. New Delhi, India: ICLEI - Local Governments for Sustainability, South Asia, 2017.

    The report highlights the summary of parking management strategy and an action plan developed for a pilot stretch in the Commercial Business District (CBD) area of Kakinada to deal with the problem of choked streets, junctions and informal activities. Based on the success of the pilot initiative...

  • E-Rickshaw
    E-Rickshaw Operational and Deployment Strategy: Case of Kakinada. New Delhi, India: ICLEI - Local Governments for Sustainability, South Asia, 2017.

    The report highlights the various aspects of assessment undertaken by project team to verify the feasibility of e-rickshaw deployment in the city. The report also highlights the required institutional frameworks, policy recommendations for e-rickshaw deployment and operational strategy....

  • Intersection Improvement
    Intersection Improvement in Udaipur: A Demonstration of Passive Junction Design Solutions. New Delhi, India: ICLEI - Local Governments for Sustainability, South Asia, 2017.

    The current report - Intersection Improvement at Udaipur - A demonstration of Passive Junction Design Solutions, is part of the output reports under the project “Supporting Smart Urban Mobility and Built Environment in Indian Cities” under Grant Ref: G 15 SSEF-140 for the period of October 2015...

  • Parking Management Startegy
    Parking Management Strategy: Case of Udaipur. New Delhi, India: ICLEI - Local Governments for Sustainability, South Asia, 2017.

    The current report -- Parking Management strategy for Udaipur -- is an output under the project “Supporting Smart Urban Mobility and Built Environment in Indian Cities” under grant Grant Ref: G 15 SSEF-140 for the period of October 2015 to January 2017. The main objectives of the project were to...

  • Advisory No. 9: Standards and Specifications of National Common Mobility Card. New Delhi: Ministry of Urban Development, Government of India, 2017.

    The National Urban Transport Policy under the Ministry of Urban Development envisages a single fare media over all systems of public transport for Interoperable Fare Management System (IFMS). This single fare media will bring a seamless travel connectivity across different modes of transport and...

  • Niti aayog transport mobility
    India Leaps Ahead: Transformative Mobility Solutions For All. New Delhi: NITI Aayog, Government of India, 2017.

    With rapidly evolving technologies and business models, there is need to adopt new and fundamentally different pathways to provide clean, cost-effective, and efficient mobility services that are safe, create new jobs, reduce dependence on oil imports, and achieve more efficient land-use in...

  • Transport Command And Control Centre – Pune
    Transport Command And Control Centre – Pune. New Delhi, India: Ministry of Urban Development, Government of India, 2017.

    Pune relies solely on buses for public transportation. The average number of buses per lakh population is only. Additionally, buses in Pune have signifcant issues with availability (25% fleet off-road most of the time) and reliability (84% routes have a waiting time of more than 20 minutes)....

  • Intelligent Transit Management System (ITMS) – Surat
    Intelligent Transit Management System (ITMS) – Surat In India Smart Cities: Success Stories from Mission Cities. New Delhi, India: Ministry of Urban Development, Government of India, 2017.

    Surat is implementing a city wide integrated system – “Intelligent Transit Management System” (ITMS), to manage diverse set of transportation needs for the city – this includes: (a) public transport and (b) vehicles related to civic services like Solid Waste Management, Drainage, Heavy...

  • Multi-level Car Parking – Udaipur
    Multi-level Car Parking – Udaipur In India Smart Cities: Success Stories from Mission Cities. New Delhi, India: Ministry of Urban Development, Government of India, 2017.

    Parking of vehicles on the street is commonplace is Udaipur – the situation is particularly pronounced in marketplaces, commercial and offce areas in the city. This has made travel through these areas diffcult with slow movement of traffic, long travel time and signifcant vehicular pollution....

  • smart roads – indore
    Smart Roads – Indore In India Smart Cities: Success Stories from Mission Cities. New Delhi, India: Ministry of Urban Development, Government of India, 2017.

    The Indore Smart City Proposal has emphasized core infrastructure improvement and one of the major intervention under the same is the development of Smart Roads. Smart Roads will be free from any of the overhead utility cables & poles and provides for adequate spacing for any future work....

  • Quality of Life: Livability in Future Cities (Self Paced)

    Cities are becoming the predominant living and working environment of humanity, and for this reason, livability or quality of life in the city has become crucial.

    This urban planning course will focus on four areas that directly affect livability in a city: Urban energy, urban climate,...

  • Article
    Yang, Katie, and Dorina Pojani. A Decade of Transit Oriented Development Policies in Brisbane, Australia: Development and Land-Use Impacts. Urban Policy and Research, 2017.

    Transit-Oriented Development (TOD) involves intense, mixed development around transit nodes. This article investigates the extent to which TOD policies have become reality in Brisbane, a city of two million in eastern Australia, which has embraced TOD at a policy level. It also aims to present a...

  • Public Bicycle Sharing Bhopal
    Shukla, Chanramauli. Public Bicycle Sharing Bhopal. Bhopal Smart City Development Corporation Limited, 2017.

    Public Bike Sharing System Bhopal : A pan City initiative by Bhopal Smart City Development Corporation Limited.

  • NMT and indiviual
    Balsas, Carlos. Blending Individual Tenacity with Government’s Responsibility in the Implementation of US Non-motorized Transportation Planning (NMT). Planning Practice and Research, 2017.

    Human powered traveling is flled with risks. It takes individual tenacity to walk and bicycle in many US city streets. The danger of being injured or fatally killed requires responsible government action and a new repoliticization of the transportation priorities. This paper examines the risks...

  • Climate and transport
    A Global Macro Roadmap Outlining an Actionable Vision towards Decarbonized, Resilient Transport In Implementing the Paris Agreement on Climate Change in the transport sector in support of a net-zero EMISSION, climate-resilient economy . Paris Process On Mobility And Climate (Ppmc), 2017.

    The Paris Agreement adopted at COP 21 requires us collectively to successfully transform world transport systemically over the next 40 years, in order to achieve a “netzero-emission economy”. It is with this objective in mind that PPMC, the global transport coalition since COP 21, is putting...

  • women and transport
    Shah, Sonal, Kalpana Viswanath, Sonali Vyas, and Shreya Gadepalli. Women And Transport In Indian Cities. New Delhi, India: Institute for Transport and Development Policy (ITDP), 2017.

    “Ultimately, transportation is the fulcrum that allows women to participate in the workforce; a societal shift to transform the entire world economy.” – Sonal Shah, Senior Manager, ITDP India Programme 

    Centred around this idea, ITDP and Safetipin have released a policy brief on...

  • Report
    NITI Aayog, and Rocky Mountain Institute. India Leaps Ahead: Transformative Mobility Solutions for All. New Delhi, India: NITI Aayog, 2017.

    In February 2017, NITI Aayog and Rocky Mountain Institute (RMI) convened a two-day charrette titled “Transformative Mobility Solutions for India.” The charrette brought together 75 leaders from government, the private sector, and civil society to collaboratively identify actionable and specific...

  • Traffic Management System
    de Souza, Allan M., Celso A. R. L. Brennand, Roberto S. Yokoyama, Erick A. Donato, Edmundo R. M. Madeira, and Leandro A. Villas. Traffic management systems: A classification, review, challenges, and future perspectives. International Journal of Distributed Sensors Network, 2017.

    In cities, where the number of vehicles continuously increases faster than the available traffic infrastructure to support them, congestion is a difficult issue to deal with and it becomes even worse in case of car accidents. This problem affects many aspects of the modern society, including...

  • Transport and Sharing
    Fulton, Lew, Jacob Mason, and Dominique Meroux. Three Revolutions in Urban Transportation. Institute for Transport and Development Policy (ITDP), 2017.

    There can be an 80% cut in CO2 emissions if cities embrace 3 revolutions (3R) in vehicle technology: automation, electrification, and, most importantly, ride sharing.  This report examines analysis from ITDP and UC Davis showing how 3R synergy provides 40% reduction in urban vehicle...

  • India Energy Storage
    NITI Aayog, Government of India. India's Energy Storage Mission: A Make-in-India Opportunity for Globally Competitive Battery Manufacturing. NITI Aayog, Government of India, 2017.

    Analysis by NITI Aayog and Rocky Mountain Institute (RMI) indicates that domestic battery manufacturing to supply the transition to EVs is an important market opportunity for the Indian economy. It would bring economic and social benefits from reduced oil imports, improved public health, and...

  • Working Paper
    Rode, Philipp, Catarina Heeckt, Rudiger Ahrend, Oscar Huerta Melchor, Alexis Robert, Nicole Badstuber, Andrew Hoolachan, and Corina Kwami. Integrating National Policies to Deliver Compact, Connected Cities: An Overview of Transport and Housing. The New Climate Economy, 2017.

    Realising the Sustainable Development Goals and the Paris Agreement will require a coherent and self-reinforcing policy programme to deliver compact and connected urban development. In this context, there is a need for effective coordination across the boundaries of established policy sectors:...

  • Taxi Policy Guuidelines
    Report of the Committee Constituted to Propose Taxi Policy Guideline to Promote Urban Mobility. New Delhi, India: Ministry of Road Transport and Highways, Government of India, 2016.

    There is a need to create a suitable regulatory framework to promote shared mobility, liberalise the existing taxi permit systems and encourage new forms of urban mobility to create reliable alternatives to car ownership. This was also accentuated by the need to bring aggregators, radio taxi...

  • Hybrid and Electric Vehicles in India
    Rokadiya, Shikha, and Anup Bandivadekar. Hybrid and Electric Vehicles in India: Current Scenario and Market Incentives., 2016.

    The flagship program to boost hybrid and electric technologies in India is the Faster Adoption and Manufacturing of (Hybrid &) Electric Vehicles (FAME)2 scheme from the Central Government, launched in April 2015.

    While the FAME scheme provides incentives for all market segments,...

  • Jabalpur Smart Road Proposal
    Smart Roads - Jabalpur. Jabalpur Smart City Limited, 2016.

    Designed according to Tender S.U.R.E., the proposal is for a total length of 38.61 KMs of Roads of Grade I, II and III in Jabalpur.

  • Smart Roads
    Smart Roads: Guideline No. 6.2., 2016.

    Guideline No. 6.2 provides for some essential features to be present in Area-Based Developments (ABD) in all Smart Cities. Visible improvement in the ABD is one essential feature (e.g. replacing overhead wires). Some other features are -pedestrian friendly pathways, encouragement to non-...

  • Mobilizing Sustainable Transport for Development
    Mobilizing Sustainable Transport for Development: Analysis and Policy Recommendations from the United Nations Secretary-General's High-Level Advisory Group on Sustainable Transport. United Nations, 2016.

    The High-Level Advisory Group promotes a tailored ‘Avoid-Shift-Improve’ approach as a useful framework for assessing transport measures and for taking action in support of sustainable passenger and freight transport. Applying these principles will promote a combination of multimodal, collective-...

  • People Near Transit
    Marks, Michael. People Near Transit: Improving Accessibility and Rapid Transit Coverage in Large Cities. New York: Institute for Transportation and Development Policy, 2016.

    Many of the world’s most important cities are expanding rapidly without adequate transportation planning. People Near Rapid Transit (PNT) measures the number of residents in a city who live within a short walking distance (1 km) of high-quality rapid transit. This is a good way to estimate...

  • Public Private Partnership Models for Development of Sustainable Urban Transport Systems
    Public Private Partnership Models for Development of Sustainable Urban Transport Systems. Shakti Sustainable Energy Foundation, 2016.

    The report is a detailed analysis of five sustainable urban transport projects that have the highest potential for successful Public Private Partnership (PPP) arrangements. These projects are: city bus operations, bus terminals, Intelligent Transport Systems, Public Bicycle Sharing (PBS) Schemes...

  • Urban Mobility: Strategies for Liveable Cities
    Urban Mobility: Strategies for Liveable Cities. Berlin, Germany: Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ), Division for Water; Urban Development; Mobility, 2016.

    Within the HABITAT process the German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ) is increasing its engagement in urban mobility.

    This new publication contains touches upon a multitude of important aspects on mobility planning such as:

    • Promoting the A(void...

  • Electric Buses in India
    Electric Buses in India: Technology, Policy and Benefits. Seoul, South Korea: Global Green Growth Institute (GGGI), 2016.

    The report is a reference document, which has the potential to catalyze deployment of electric vehicles in India, especially in light of several recent policy initiatives by Government of India (GoI). Key insights and findings from this special report would also be relevant for other countries,...

  • Electric Vehicles
    Wolfram, Paul. Electric vehicles: Literature review of technology costs and carbon emissions In Working Paper 2016-14, Edited by Nic Lutsey. International Council on Clean Transportation (ICCT), 2016.

    This paper aims to inform the debate over how electric vehicle technology could fit into a lower-carbon 2020–2030 new vehicle fleet in Europe by collecting, analyzing, and aggregating the available research literature on the underlying technology costs and carbon emissions.

    It...

  • Innovation in cities
    Innovation In Urban Solutions, Issue 9. Singapore: Centre for Liveable Cities, 2016.

    In this special issue of Urban Solutions for the World Cities Summit 2016, we explore systemic innovations around the world that are changing the way cities are governed and managed.

    Singapore’s Minister for National Development Lawrence Wong shares how his government is charting new ways...

  • Roadmap for Improving City Bus Systems in India
    Delhi Integrated Multi-Modal Transit Systems. Roadmap for improving City Bus Systems in India. New Delhi, India: Shakti Sustainable Energy Foundation, 2016.

    A wide range of interventions are required to improve the overall performance of city bus systems. This report identifies the key challenges faced by various bus operating agencies, and develops a roadmap for improving their performance. The report presents a detailed analysis of existing...

  • Report Of The High Powered Committee On Decongesting Traffic In Delhi
    Report Of The High Powered Committee On Decongesting Traffic In Delhi. New Delhi: Ministry of Urban Development, Government of India, 2016.

    The High Powered Inter-Ministerial Committee on “Decongesting Traffic in Delhi”constituted under the directions of Hon’ble Minister of Urban Development, Government of India deliberated and finalized four primary ways of dealing with congestion. The committee came up with specific...

  • E mobility
    World Energy Perspectives, 2016., 2016.

    The World Energy Perspectives on E-Mobility is part of a series of reports based on expert insights from our network of energy leaders and practitioners. This series provides a bottom-up assessment of the key issues and technologies in the transport sector.

    There are a variety of clean...

  • L& T journal
    Transforming Cities into Metros In ECC Concord (L& T Journal). Vol. 39. Chennai, India: L&T Construction, 2016.

    As cities struggle with the unbridled population growth of both people and vehicles, metro rail systems are increasingly being adopted by city after Indian city to ease traffic woes. It is not without reason that some of the toughest and most challenging stretches of the...

  • E-Mobility
    Scherf, Christian, and Dr. Frank Wolter. Electromobility: Overview, Examples, Approaches, Sustainable Urban Transport Document 15. Berlin, Germany: Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH, 2016.

    In the cities of Asia and Latin America, increasing population density and motorization are leading to a rapid rise in transport and environmental problems. The aim of this paper is to show how Electromobility can help mitigate the challenges, and to derive recommendations for the use of...

  • Best Prractices for Traffic Signals_India
    Limited, IBI Consultanc. Best Practices for Traffic Signal Operations in India. New Delhi, India: Shakti Sustainable Energy Foundation, 2016.

    The problem of traffic is a complex one requiring design, planning, engineering and institutional inputs for developing a proper solution. Dealing with traffic at crossroads requires, many a times, the study and installation of traffic signals. Signalized intersection locations form the most...

  • About the course
    E-learning: Sustainable Urban Mobility in Developing Countries. United Nations Institute for Training and Research (UNITAR), 2016.

    About this course: The course aims to enhance the capacity of local decision-makers and urban and transportation planners to formulate and implement appropriate policies that contribute to sustainability in urban transport in developing countries.

    It allows an analysis of...

  • ECC concord
    Creating Infrastructure for a Better Tommorrow In ECC Concord (L& T Journal). Vol. 39. L&T Construction, 2016.

    Interestingly, two of the projects that are featured in this issue of ‘ECC Concord’ are the kind of steps that need to be taken in multifold to address India’s heat woes. As the country bakes under a blazing sun, it makes eminent sense to capture, store and use Solar power for the good of all....

  • Good Practice Guide - Bus Rapid Transit
    Good Practice Guide - Bus Rapid Transit. London: C40 Cities Climate Leadership Group, 2016.

    Transportation plays a crucial role in cities as it significantly impacts the quality of people’s lives and is often the key means of accessing education, employment and essential services. At the same time, transportation is the sector where global greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions are rising most...

  • Low Emission Vehicles
    Good Practice Guide - Low Emission Vehicles. London: C40 Cities Climate Leadership Group, 2016.

    Transportation is one of the most significant contributors to global climate change, accounting for 27% of global CO2 emissions. With the expected addition of 2 billion cars globally by 2050, transport-related emissions are projected to grow between 120% and 230%. Much of this increase will be...

  • Carsharing
    Lane, Clayton, Heshuang Zeng, Chhavi Dhingra, and Aileen Carrigan. Carsharing: A Vehicle for Sustainable Mobility in Emerging Markets?. Washington, D.C.: World Resources Institute , 2016.

    A snapshot of carsharing in emerging markets in 2015: where it is, where it has come from, and where it's going.

    Carsharing grew from 6 carsharing operators (CSOs) in emerging economies in 2012 to 41 by mid-2015. Research from WRI Ross Center for Sustainable Cities tracks rapid...

  • Transit Oriented Development at a Corridor Scale (Facilitated)

    About this course: Transit oriented development (TOD) is a powerful cross-cutting urban planning strategy to achieve sustainable urban form through integrating land use and transport. It promotes compact, mixed use and income, pedestrian- and bike friendly development organized...

  • Mobility in Cities
    All change, please: How shifting passenger behavior can improve mobility in cities. EYGM Limited (Ernst and Young), 2016.

    Behavior is critical to mobility. New policies need to capture citizens’ changing transit behavior and social norms. For example, people expect technology to help give them more convenient and cheaper ways to get around their city. The proliferation of smartphones is an example of a key...

  • Cities Alive
    Cities Alive: Towards a walking world. London: ARUP, 2016.

    Mobility is intrinsic to the quality of life experienced in cities. But for the past century, the car has dominated how we plan and grow our urban areas. We must now seize the opportunity to place people back at the heart of our cities and drive a human focused approach to the design of the...

  • Global Outlook on walking and Cycling
    Jennings, Gail, and Carly Koinange. Global Outlook on Walking and Cycling: Policies and Realities around the world. Nairobi, Kenya: UN Environment, 2016.

    Transport has hard hitting consequences for almost every aspect of the life for drivers, cyclists and pedestrians. For example, it generates nearly a quarter of all carbon dioxide emissions and is the fastest growing contributor of greenhouse gasses. It also feeds air pollution that is killing...

  • Electric Vehicles in Europe
    Electric Vehicles in Europe. Luxembourg: Publications Office of the European Union, 2016.

    This report provides a non-technical summary of the latest information on electric road vehicles in Europe, including those with hybrid technologies. It focuses upon electric passenger vehicles, explaining the different types that are now available on the market, how each type works, and their...

  • BRT awards
    The BRT Standard. Institute for transport and Development Policy, 2016.

    The BRT Standard is an evaluation tool for BRT corridors based on international best practices. It is also the centerpiece of a global effort by leaders in bus rapid transit design to establish a common definition of BRT and to ensure that BRT corridors more uniformly deliver world-class...

  • FAME India
    General Operating Guidelines for Registeration of OEMs and Vehicles Models., 2016.

    Government of India approved the National Mission on Electric Mobility in 2011 and subsequently National Electric Mobility Mission Plan in 2020. As part of the Mission Department of Heavy Industries (DHI) has formulated a scheme namely FAME - India (Faster Adoption and Manufacturing of (Hybrid...

  • Walkable Cities Seoul and Singapore
    Walkable and Bikeable Cities: Lessons from Seoul and Singapore., 2016.

    This is the first joint research publication between the Centre for Liveable Cities and the Seoul Institute. The publication offers insights into Seoul and Singapore’s unique experiences in the common journey towards more walkable and bikeable cities. Selected case studies, as well as the...

  • Urban mobility
    Hee, Dr Limin, and Scott Dunn. Creating Liveable Cities Through Car-Lite Urban Mobility., 2016.

    Singapore’s approach to urban mobility has been widely regarded as a policy success story. From curbing private car ownership to improving public transportation services, the government has continually sought to balance the mobility needs of the people with economic growth and a sustainable...

  • Innovative Public Transport
    Adapt Technologies & Consultancy Services India Pvt. Ltd. Innovative Public Transport Information Systems. New Delhi, India: Shakti Sustainable Energy Foundation, 2016.

    The mode share of buses in Indian cities has been declining over the years. A reason for this is that passengers do not have enough information on bus operations such bus routes, stops and the expected arrival time. This makes the system unreliable forcing passengers to use private modes of...

  • Bus Terminal Design Guidelines
    SGA Architects. Bus Terminal Design Guidelines. New Delhi, India: Shakti Sustainable Energy Foundation, 2016.

    This guideline document will help develop the designs of bus terminals of different capacities and functions. The guidelines aim to promote bus terminal designs that maximize the number of buses and passengers handled and facilitate seamless passenger interchanges between different modes. The...

  • Smart Cities Council
    Smart Cities India Readiness Guide. Smart Cities Council, 2016.

    The India Readiness Guide has over 400 pages and total of fourteen chapters. There are more than 80 relevant case studies, with half of them focusing on the Indian context as well as some providing a global perspective. Case studies cited include those from Pune, Delhi, Kolkata, Surat, Jabalpur...

  • State case studies
    State Forward - Best Practices from Our States. New Delhi, India: NITI Aayog, 2016.

    The compilation of this compendium reflects a bottoms-up approach, where States’ representatives were contacted to identify best practices of the model project examples within the States. Each contact person responsible for the implementation of the project has been identified in the NITI Aayog...

  • Global Street Design Guide
    Global Street Design Guide. Washington D.C.: Island Press, 2016.

    The Global Street Design Guide sets a new global baseline for designing urban streets. Recognizing that cities are places for people, the guide shifts the parameters of designing urban streets from the typical point of view of automobile movement and safety, to include access, safety, and...

  • Reducing carbon emissions from transport
    Graus, Philip. Reducing Carbon Emissions from Transport: Multilevel Governance and the Problem of Monitoring. Urban Policy and Research, 2016.

    Tackling climate change and reducing global greenhouse gas emission levels to meet the target ceiling of two degrees above pre-industrial average global temperatures will require multi-level governance. In this paper we examine the idea of multi-level governance and the role of the transport...

  • Delhi TOD policy
    Mehta, Prerna V., Neha Mungekar, Merlyn Mathew, Nikhil Chaudhary, Madhav Pai, and Jaya Dhindaw. Transit Oriented Development Manual: Delhi TOD Policy & Regulations Interpretation. UTTIPEC, EMBARQ and WRI, 2016.

    A graphical interpretation of the Delhi TOD Policy based on the policy and regulation documents that are available in the public domain as of October 2016 . This work is taken up under the auspices of the MoU between Unified Traffic and Transportation Infrastructure (Planning & Engineering)...

  • transport initiatives
    Global Climate Action Agenda (GCAA) Transport Initiatives: Stock-take on action on the Implementation of the Paris Agreement on Climate Change and contribution towards the 2030 Global Goals on Sustainable Development. Paris Process On Mobility And Climate (PPMC), 2016.

    The PPMC has worked with the Global Climate Action Agenda (GCAA) Transport Initiatives to prepare a report on the progress of the initiatives since COP 21 in Paris and their plans for 2017. The report titled ...

  • Ahmedabad Traffic Management
    Ahmedabad Traffic Management And Information Control Centre: Operations Document. Ministry of Urban Development, Government of India, 2016.

    The Government of India (GoI) has initiated the Sustainable Urban Transport Project (SUTP) with support of Global Environment Facility (GEF), United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) and World Bank (WB). The primary objectives of SUTP are to apply National Urban Transport Policy (NUTP) to...

  • Delhi Urban Transport
    Delhi National Urban Transport Helpline Operations Document. New Delhi, India: Ministry of Urban Development, Government of India, 2016.

    The Government of India (GoI) has initiated the Sustainable Urban Transport Project (SUTP) with support of Global Environment Facility (GEF), United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) and World Bank (WB). The primary objectives of SUTP are to apply National Urban Transport Policy (NUTP) to...

  • Guwahati Transport
    Guwahati Traffic Management & Information Control Centre And National Urban Transport Helpline: Operations Document. New Delhi, India: Ministry of Urban Development, Government of India, 2016.

    The Government of India (GoI) initiated the Sustainable Urban Transport Project (SUTP) with support of Global Environment Facility (GEF), United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) and World Bank (WB). The primary objectives of SUTP are to apply National Urban Transport Policy (NUTP) to achieve...

  • Mumbai urban transport
    Mumbai National Urban Transport Helpline: Operations Document. Ministry of Urban Development, Government of India, 2016.

    The Government of India (GoI) has initiated the Sustainable Urban Transport Project (SUTP) with support of Global Environment Facility (GEF), United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) and World Bank (WB). The primary objectives of SUTP are to apply National Urban Transport Policy (NUTP) to...

  • NUTH
    Operations Document For National Urban Transport Helpline (NUTH). Ministry of Urban Development, Government of India, 2016.

    The National Urban Transport Helpline (NUTH) Operations Document has been developed as a part of the Sustainable Urban Transport Project (SUTP) undertaken by the Ministry of Urban Development (MoUD), Government of India with support from Global Environment Facility (GEF), United Nations...

  • TMICC
    Traffic Management and Information Control Centre (TMICC). Ministry of Urban Development, Government of India, 2016.

    The Traffic Management and Information Control Centre (TMICC) Operations Document has been developed as a part of the GEF-Sustainable Urban Transport Project (GEF-SUTP) undertaken by the Ministry of Urban Development (MoUD), Government of India with support from Global Environment Facility (GEF...

  • Guidelines Bus Operators
    Guidelines for Participation by Private Operators in The Provision of City Bus Transport Services. Ministry of Urban Development, Government of India, 2016.

    This guidelines document for development of model contractual framework outlines the process of preparing a comprehensive bus contract suitable to the context and environment of the concerned authority. The document examines various structures and alternatives for the participation of private...

  • UMTA
    Operations Document For Unified Metropolitan Transport Authority (UMTA). Ministry of Urban Development, Government of India, 2016.

    Urban transport is an important component of urban infrastructure. In India, urban mobility is gaining immense importance and emphasis is being given to the movement of people and goods, rather than the movement of vehicles. The institutional framework that governs the urban transport system at...

  • NMT guidance document
    Non-Motorised Transport Guidance Document. New Delhi, India: Ministry of Urban Development, Government of India, 2016.

    Prior to the launch of the National Urban Renewal Mission (2005) and the National Urban Transport Policy (2006), investments in public transportation systems to meet the mobility needs of the current and future population were limited in Indian cities. Planning for essential city systems —...

  • NMT vizag
    Visakhapatnam NMT City Specific Plan In Consultancy Services for Developing Guidance Documents for Transit Oriented Development (Tod), Non-Motorised Trans. New Delhi, India: Ministry of Urban Development, Government of India, 2016.

    Prior to the launch of the National Urban Renewal Mission (2005) and the National Urban Transport Policy (2006), investments in public transportation systems to meet the mobility needs of the current and future population were limited in Indian cities. Planning for essential city systems —...

  • NMT Aizwal
    Non-Motorised Transport Aizawl City Specific Plan. New Delhi, India: Ministry of Urban Development, Government of India, 2016.

    Prior to the launch of the National Urban Renewal Mission (2005) and the National Urban Transport Policy (2006), investments in public transportation systems to meet the mobility needs of the current and future population were limited in Indian cities. Planning for essential city systems —...

  • Multimodal integrated Transport plan
    City-wide Multi Modal Integrated Transport Plan. Ministry of Urban Development, Government of India, 2016.

    The present toolkit would deal with the subject of “Citywide Multi-Modal Integrated Transport Plan”. The aim of this toolkit is to suggest a methodology for planning a city wide multimodal integrated transport (which includes all modes, i.e. PT, IPT, NMT, and personal transport) with the...

  • Transport Freight Management
    Urban Freight Transport Planning and Management. Ministry of Urban Development, Government of India, 2016.

    A review of urban freight logistcs research efforts indicate that while a lot of good practces have emerged during last decade or so in improving the understanding of freight issues and their possible solutions in developed countries, much remains to be desired in cities of developing countries...

  • Traffic Management Plan
    Errampalli, Madhu, and Ravinder Kayitha. Traffic Management Plan for Port Blair City, India. Transportation Research Procedia, 2016.

    The population of Port Blair has steadily grown at about 6.5% per annum but it fell down to 0.62% per annum in the last decade. However the population of vehicles has increased at an average of 12% per annum and road infrastructure has not been able to keep pace with the increasing vehicular...

  • Pune Pedestrian Policy
    Walk Smart: Policy for Pedestrian Facilities and Safety in Pune City. Pune Municipal Corporation, 2016.

    Presently there is no policy for pedestrian facilities and safety. Specifc procedure is not followed for deciding type of pedestrian road crossing at any location. Thus there is no uniformity and consistency regarding pedestrian facilities provided in the city. Hence there was an urgent need for...

  • Energy Saving in Transport
    User Guide for India’s 2047 Energy Calculator: Transport Sector. Bureau of Energy Efficiency (BEE), 2016.

    Given the vital role that the transport sector plays for the economy it is critical for the country to ensure that it is able to meet this rapidly growing energy demands. It is for this reason that the 12th Five Year Plan suggests that not only should transport policies and related technologies...

  • Circular Economy in India
    Circular Economy in India: Rethinking growth for long-term prosperity. Ellen MacArthur Foundation, 2016.

    Circular Economy in India: Rethinking growth for long-term prosperity shows that a circular economy path to development could bring India annual benefits of ₹40 lakh crore (US$ 624 billion) in 2050 compared with the current...

  • Gender Sensitive Transport Planning
    Mahadevia, Darshini. Gender Sensitive Transport Planning for Cities in India In Promoting Low Carbon Transport in India. United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP), 2015.

    This research report presents status, issues and policy recommendations with regards to gender and mobility in urban India. This study was a part of larger project on Sustainable Low Carbon Mobility in India.

  • A Global High Shift Cycling Scenario
    Mason, Jacob, Lew Fulton, and Zane McDonald. A Global High Shift Cycling Scenario: The Potential for Dramatically Increasing Bicycle and E-bike Use in Cities Around the World, with Estimated Energy, CO2, and Cost Impacts., 2015.

    Cycling plays a major role in personal mobility around the world, but it could play a much bigger role. Given the convenience, health benefits, and affordability of bicycles, they could provide a far greater proportion of urban passenger transportation, helping reduce energy use and CO2...

  • Best Practices ITDP Part 2
    Hook, Walter, and Colin Hughes. Best Practice in National Support for Urban Transportation: Part 2. Vol. 2. New York: Institute for Transportation and Development Policy (ITDP), 2015.

    Large cities of the world require strong coverage of rapid transit networks to ensure they remain competitive, and that local communities have a healthy environment, vibrant urban economy, and an equitable, high quality of life for all residents. Many cities—especially those with growing...

  • New Urban Mobility
    Towards New Urban Mobility: The case of London and Berlin., 2015.

    The report ‘Towards New Urban Mobility: The case of London and Berlin’ provides insight into how urban transport policy can better leverage new and emerging mobility choices in cities. Drawing on the LSE Cities/InnoZ household survey of 1,000 residents each in Berlin and London, it investigates...

  • Harnessing Shared Mobility
    Harnessing Shared Mobility for Compact, Sustainable Cities. Institute for Transportation and Development Policy, 2015.

    In the past decade, the world has seen car sharing go mainstream, bike sharing become a global trend, and hundreds of startups stake their claim to reinventing transport. The new systems, collectively known as shared mobility, reflect the rise of both the on-demand and sharing economies. These...

  • Urban Transport in India
    Urban Transport in India: Challenges and Recommendations In Policy Paper. Bangalore: Indian Institute of Human Settlements, 2015.

    Road congestion, lack of parking spaces, air pollution, road accidents, etc., are some of the issues faced by urban India that adversely impact the mobility needs of its population. With the objective to understand and address the complex challenges faced by the urban transport sector, this...

  • Mobility for All
    Mobility for all: A strategic transportation plan for Ranchi. Institute for Transportation and Development Policy, 2015.

    Ranchi is the capital of Jharkhand, a state that remains largely rural, but is urbanising fast. The use of personal motor vehicles is expanding rapidly in Ranchi, leading to congestion in central areas and safety challenges. Ranchi lacks a formalised public transport system and people are...

  • Appraisal Checklist for Urban Transport Projects
    Institute of Urban Transport(India), Sonia Arora, and Tamalika Acharya. Appraisal Checklist for Urban Transport Projects. New Delhi, India: Ministry of Urban Development, Government of India, 2015.

    The report ‘Evaluation Criteria for Urban Transport projects’ consist of set of indicators against which transport projects can be appraised for compliance with principles of sustainable urban transport. The indicators are listed for five categories of projects namely transport planning, public...

  • Best Practices ITDP Part 1
    Hook, Walter, Colin Hughes, and Jacob Mason. Best Practice in National Support for Urban Transportation: Part 1. Vol. 1. New York: Institute for Transportation and Development Policy (ITDP), 2015.

    With the world’s urban population projected to increase from 3.4 to 6.4 billion between now and 2050, the sustainability of the earth will depend on these new urban residents living as sustainably as possible. One key element of this will be making sure the majority of these new urban residents...

  • CLC urban solutions 6
    Active Mobility In Urban Solutions, Issue 6. Singapore: Centre for Liveable Cities, 2015.

    Our cities are progressing away from automobile-centred transport systems and towards greener, more active modes of transportation such as walking and cycling. Coined “Active Mobility” by the Centre for Liveable Cities (CLC), this forms the special focus of this issue’s URBAN SOLUTIONS.

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  • ICT in Urban Services
    ICT in Urban Services In Compendium of Global Good Practices. New Delhi: National Institute of Urban Affairs, 2015.

    Technological advancements have changed the way we think of urban and spatial planning. The inclusion of conventional elements with modern technologies is allowing this field to advance at a rapid pace. The use of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) in urban and spatial planning has...

  • Urban Mobility
    Urban Mobility In Compendium of Global Good Practices. New Delhi: National Institute of Urban Affairs, 2015.

    This documentation takes into consideration the current transport situation and dynamic challenges faced by each city, including high levels of energy consumption, carbon dioxide emissions, congestion, road casualties, urban sprawl, and social exclusion. It also describes how these cities have...

  • Good Practices in Urban Transport
    Urban Transportation in Indian Cities In Compendium of Good Practices. New Delhi: National Institute of Urban Affairs, 2015.

    The present documentation summarizes thirteen (six detailed and seven snapshots) initiatives, selected from different Indian cities to improve the service delivery of urban transport. These projects have been segregated into six categories namely, Urban Transport Management, Technology in...

  • Streets for All Toolkit
    Mulukutla, Pawan, Sarika Panda, and Andrew Diaz. Streets for All Toolkit., 2015.

    The Streets for All initiative is a sustained community movement towards the provision of better and safer walking and cycling infrastructure in our city. It provides a platform for engagement between government, media, NGOs, technocrats and the community, in order to jointly develop workable...

  • Climate resilient transport
    Ebinger, Jane Olga, and Nancy Vandycke. Moving Toward Climate-Resilient Transport The World Bank’s Experience from Building Adaptation into Programs. Washington, DC: The World Bank Group, 2015.

    Infrastructure and services are critical to development and form the backbone of economic and community activities at the local, regional, national, and international levels. They enable the distribution of goods and services within and between countries and ease access to schools, markets, and...

  • Readiness report Smart City Council
    Smart Cities Readiness Guide. Smart Cities Council, 2015.

    This document was assembled with input from many of the world’s leading smart city practitioners – the members and advisors of the Smart Cities Council. It will help you create a vision for the future of your own city. Equally important, it will help you build an action plan to get to that...

  • ICT and Mobility
    Connecting Cities: Mobility -- Unlocking Potential in Emerging Markets. MasterCard Enterprise Partnerships, 2015.

    Connecting cities: Emerging markets report from Council Lead Partner MasterCard was developed to kickstart a dialogue about taking collaboration and new partnerships in urban mobility and development to the next level and to ensure...

  • Urban mobility
    Intelligent Connectivity for Seamless Urban Mobility. San Francisco: Qualcomm Wireless Reach, 2015.

    This white paper from Arup, in collaboration with Council Lead Partner Qualcomm, examines intelligent connectivity as it applies to urban mobility: how people and things move through cities.  As the authors state, enabling effective...

  • Private investment in Public transport
    Leipziger, David, and Benot Lefevre. Private Investment in Public Transport In Success Stories form Brazilian Cities. World Resources Institute, 2015.

    With another 3 billion people being added to urban populations in the next 40 years, there is greater recognition that things must change. A “new urbanism” is emerging, in which more compact form and better public transport play a central role. But how can a city finance public transport? Few...

  • Reducing emission from Transport
    Emission Reduction Potential in the Transport Sector by 2030. Paris Process On Mobility And Climate (PPMC), 2015.

    The objective of this study is to determine the magnitude of mitigation possible in the transport sector by 2030 considering low carbon policies investigated for implementation or proposed to be implemented or in individual countries. This study is the first known attempt to compare different...

  • Renewable energy in transport
    Renewable Energy and Transport – Decarbonising Fuel in the Transport Sector. Paris Process On Mobility And Climate (PPMC), 2015.

    The transport sector now accounts for about 23% (7.3 Gt) of annual global energy-related CO2 emissions (32 Gt). This is a significant rise (about 120%) from 3.3 Gt/year during the 1970s, and to achieve a two-degree scenario (2DS), CO2 emissions from transport would need to decline to 5.7 Gt...

  • Bhopal TOD
    Transit Oriented Development Strategic Plan for Bhopal. Sustainable Urban Transport Project (SUTP), 2015.

    This presentation mentions the need for TOD in Bhopal, followed by situational analysis and inputs for guidance document.

     

  • Urban Transport and Environment
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    Urban Transport and Environment2
    UrbanTransport and Environment (Reference Guide + Training Module). Ministry of Urban Development, Government of India, 2015.

    Impactys on the environment are the very core of any discussion about more sustainability in the urban transport sector. This Module therefore takes a closer look at the negative consequences of transportation on the natural environment and human well being, and outlines measures to address...

  • Sensitization in Urban Transport1
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    Sensitization in Urban Transport1
    Sensitization about Urban Transport (Reference guide + Training Module). Ministry of Urban Development, Govt. of India, 2015.

    This volume of the sensitization  module aims to present  the Urban Transport scenario in India and to understand the ill effects of neglected urban transport on the environment, energy, public health and safety. It essentially gives a broad introduction to the key issues that form the main...

  • Traffic Management System1
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    Traffic Management System2
    Traffic Engineering and Management (Reference Guide + Training Manual). Ministry of Urban Development, Government of India, 2015.

    The module highlights the importance of planning; monitoring and controlling or influencing existing traffic flows in our cities, and showcases key linkages between Traffic Engineering and Management i order to achieve liveability and sustainability goals. The module stresses on the contibution...

  • Urban Transport Planning1
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    Urban Transport Planning1
    Urban Transport Planning (Reference Guide + Training Material). Ministry of Urban Development, Government of India, 2015.

    Urban transportation plays a significant role in the economic, social, and physical life of urban areas. The urban transport planning in India is today falling short in nearly every score and needs attention. Tradiational planning aims to improve mobility, especially for vehicles and is failing...

  • Parking Guidebook Beijing
    Parking Guidebook for Beijing. Institute for Transport and Development Policy (ITDP), 2015.

    Increased car ownership in Beijing has resulted in a higher demand for parking spaces. Rather than taking a restrictive approach to parking as a means to reduce car travel and ownership, the government is trying to increase parking supply in an effort to solve parking problems.

     

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  • Non-Motorised Transport
    Retrofitting Plan to Promote Non Motorised Transport and Pedestrianisation (Jasola – Sarita Vihar)  In Urban Mobility India Conference 2014. New Delhi, India: Institute of Urban Transport (india), 2014.

    The Urban Mobility India (UMI) Conference and Expo is an annual event with the overarching theme which runs across all the aspects of urban mobility and is organized by the Institute of Urban Transport (India) under the aegis of the Ministry of Urban Development, Government of India. UMI is...

  • Integrating Health Benefits into Transportation Planning and Policy in India - An Issue brief
    Mahendra, Anjali, Veronica Conti, Madhav Pai, and Lakshmi Rajagopalan. Integrating Health Benefits into Transportation Planning and Policy in India - An Issue brief. Mumbai: EMBARQ India, 2014.

    The publication aims at highlighting the strong connection between public health and transport planning, often unrecognized by either public health or transport practitioners in India.  It is planned as an Issue Brief to ensure that transport is brought into the public health discourse and vice...

  • Motorized Two Wheelers in Indian Cities
    Pai, Madhav, Ranjit Gadgil, Anjali Mahendra, Shweta Vernekar, Rebecca Heywood, and Radha Chanchani. Motorized Two-Wheelers in Indian Cities: A Case Study of The City of Pune In Working Paper. Mumbai: EMBARQ India, 2014.

    The publication will draw attention to the important and underexplored issue of motorized two-wheelers in Indian cities, where the two-wheeler is a ubiquitous transport mode. The paper will also discuss the experience of other countries and lessons learned in managing two-wheelers. 

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  • Urban Transport in India: Moving Towards Equity and Sustainability
    Urban Transport in India: Moving Towards Equity and Sustainability In Policy Brief. Bangalore: Indian Institute of Human Settlements, 2014.

    Urban transportation has far-reaching impacts on human health and environment. Respiratory diseases, caused by air pollution, and traffic accidents, are the two biggest public health burdens caused by transportation. India has a high number of traffic accidents – and pedestrians and cyclists are...

  • Intermediate Public Transport
    Improving and Upgrading IPT Vehicles and Services: A Study., 2014.

    India is witnessing rapid urbanisation and motorisation. While the urban population is growing at the rate of 3.16 % per year, motor vehicles are growing at a rate of 9%. (Sharma, Jain, and Singh, 2011). Today, buses constitute less than 1% of the total registered vehicles in Indian cities (Road...

  • Bus Karo 2.0
    Vasudevan, Priyanka, and Pawan Mulukutla. Bus Karo 2.0 - Case Studies from India, Edited by Amit Bhatt, Arnab Roy, Ashwin Prabhu, Binoy Mascarenhas, Manish Pandey, Nikhil Chaudhary and Prashanth Kumar Bachu. EMBARQ India, 2014.

    Bus Karo 2.0 – Case Studies from India seeks to understand and document the implementation of significant advancements in bus transport in India. A variety of case studies have been examined, and the different aspects of implementation investigated in order to assess the success of a project....

  • Safe Access Manual
    Shah, Sonal, Sahana Goswami, Lubaina Rangwala, and Robin King. Safe Access Manual: Safe Access to Mass Transit Stations in Indian Cities., 2014.

    The Safe Access Manual is EMBARQ India’s latest publication and offers recommendations to develop safe access to mass transit stations in Indian cities. An investment of 15 billion USD has already been made across various cities to develop mass transit infrastructure such as metro rail and bus...

  • Inclusive Design for Street Vendors in India
    Mahadevia, Prof. Darshini, Prof. Alison Brown, Suchita Vayas, Tejas Patel, and Self Employed Women’s Association(SEWA). Inclusive Design for Street Vendors in India., 2014.

    The handbook illustrates different possibilities of finding spaces for the street vendors in Indian Cities.

  • Mobility Plan
    Preparing a Comprehensive Mobility Plan (CMP)—A Toolkit. Ministry of Urban Development, Government of India, 2014.

    The revised toolkit for the preparation of Comprehensive Mobility Plan (CMP) for a city. The toolkit has been prepared jointly by the Institute of Urban Transport (IUT) India, a team of researchers and consultants from premier institutions in India, the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP...

  • Intelligent transport
    Toolkit on Intelligent Transport System for Public Transport & BRTS. Ministry of Urban Development, Government of India, 2014.

    The ITS Toolkit for Public transport and BRT services is a reference guide that can provide basic understanding of all aspects of ITS to improve efficiency of transportation services leading to higher service usage. The toolkit is prepared based on the implementation experience by different...

  • Guidelines for Pedestrian planning
    Guidelines For Planning & Implementation Of Pedestrian Infrastructure., 2014.

    The document contains the following information or guidance:

    Summary of some policies that relate to pedestrians.

    · General guidance on planning for pedestrian facilities, such as understanding pedestrian types and their needs, components that constitute a pedestrian facility,...

  • Public Transport 1
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    Public Transport 2
    Public Transport (Reference Guide + Training Manual). Ministry of Urban Development, Government of India, 2014.

    It is acknowledged that unsustainable transport comes with a price. Poor environment and health of the citizens could be contributed to the failure of ciitie sin developing countries to maintain a strong public transport system. Often, the public transport or mass transport systems are neglected...

  • Bike Share Planning Guide
    The Bikeshare Planning Guide. Institute for Transportation and Development Policy (ITDP), 2013.

    More than 600 cities around the globe have bike-share systems, and new systems are starting every year. The largest and most successful systems, in places such as China, Paris, London, and Washington, D.C., have helped to promote cycling as a viable and valued transport option.

    This guide...

  • Footpath Design
    Jani, Advait, and Christopher Kost. Footpath design: A guide to creating footpaths that are safe, comfortable, and easy to use. Institute for Transportation and Development Policy (ITDP), 2013.

    Walking is fundamental to urban life. It is a healthy and pollution-free form of mobility and recreation. Pedestrian trips account for a quarter to a third of all trips in many Indian cities. However, the poor quality of pedestrian infrastructure sends a message that pedestrians are not welcome...

  • Modern Trams (Light Rail Transit) for Cities in India
    Modern Trams (Light Rail Transit) for Cities in India. New Delhi, India: FICCI, 2013.

    The study puts forth possibilities and challenges of bringing in modern tram systems into Indian cities.

  • Best Practices in Urban Transportation
    Best Practices in Urban Transport. New Delhi, India: Institute of Urban Transport (india), 2013.

    Several cities are active in improving urban mobility in their cities and have implemented projects with benefits. To encourage such ‘good practices’ Ministry of Urban Development, Government of India, award selected ‘Best Practiced Projects’ every year. Between 2008-2011, 164 entries have been...

  • GIZ_Financing transport
    Financing Sustainable Urban Transport: International Review of National Transport Policies and Programmes. GIZ (Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit GmbH), 2013.

    National urban transport policies and programmes are an opportiunity for central governments to help cities cope with related challenges while achieving national economic, environmental and social objectives. This report is written to inform decision-makers in China, but is also relevant for...

  • Sustainable Urban Transport
    Bhatt, Chirayu, and Jignesh Mehta. Sustainable Urban Transport: Principles and Implementation Guidelines for Indian Cities (Draft Report)., 2013.

    The aim of this report is to help cities and local governments implement goals of sustainable planning and urban transport. In order to do this, it is important to identify guidelines and standards and establishes an evaluation mechanism through which the existing conditions can be assessed and...

  • Sustainable Korean Cities
    Kwon, Prof. Taejung, and Dr. Kwangik Wang. Sustainable Development of National Territory In A Primer on Korean Planning and Policy. Vol. 5. Seoul, Republic of Korea: Korea Research Institute for Human Settlements (KRIHS), 2013.

    This primer by KRIHS detailes the framework of sustainable National Territory Development, the policies to Promote Sustainable National Territory Development. It discusses the Low-Carbon Green Cities for Sustainable National Territory Development and the Best Practices for Low-Carbon Green...

  • SLB Study Part 1-Ahmedabad, Surat and Hubli Dharwad
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    SLB Study Part 2-Mysore, Bhubaneswar and Kohima
    Service Level Benchmarking (SLB) in "Urban Transport" (Draft Report)., 2013.

    Measuring performance of different transport facilities is necessary to identify gaps and problems in service levels. Performance levels can be evaluated using various indicators that can help in establishing baselines, identifying trends, predicting problems, assessing options and setting...

  • BRTS case studies in India
    Mahadevia, Darshini, Rutul Joshi, and Abhijit Datey. Low-Carbon Mobility in India and the Challenges of Social Inclusion:- Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) Case Studies in India In Promoting Low-Carbon Transport in India. New Delhi: UNEP Risø Centre on Energy, Climate and Sustainable Development , 2013.

    The studies looking into the technology and operation of the BRTS have also discussed the designing of the system. This report attempts to fill this gap by holistically assessing the BRTS in the Indian context and then taking up an in-depth research of the BRTS in Ahmedabad, which is currently...

  • Traffic Management System
    ITS Toolkit for Traffic Management System. New Delhi, India: Ministry of Urban Development, Government of India, 2013.

    The techniques of trafc management are the frst line of acton adopted in order to regulate and control the vehicular trafc flow for safety and effciency of trafc operaton in a city. The traffic management is generally carried out as per available ground situatons without making any major...

  • Land use transport
    Land Use Transport Integraton and Density of Urban Growth. Ministry of Urban Development, Government of India, 2013.

    Land use and transport are intricately related. While urban structure determines travel demand and transport supply influences urban structure. The locaton and design of spatal development has a fundamental influence on travel paterns. At the same tme, the locaton and characteristcs of major...

  • EIA in transport
    Toolkit on Environmental Analysis – Strategic Environmental Assessment and Environmental Impact Assessment. New Delhi, India: Ministry of Urban Development, Government of India, 2013.

    ‘Strategic Environmental Assessment and Environmental Impact Assessment’ aim to integrate environmental concerns in the process of planning, implementng and managing urban transport infrastructure aand services.

    At the strategic level, SEA needs to be conducted for city transport/mobility...

  • Transport and Finance
    Finance and Financial Analysis of Urban Transport Projects. Ministry of Urban Development, Government of India, 2013.

    The present toolkit would deal with the subject of “Finance and Financial Analysis of Urban Transport Projects”. The aim of this toolkit is to provide a systematc guide covering the aspects/steps of economic and fnancial/commercial viability analysis of the project which in turn assists the...

  • Transport in Indian CIties
    M. Alam, Absar, and Faisal Ahmed. Urban Transport Systems and Congestion: A Case Study of Indian Cities . Transport and Communications Bulletin for Asia and the Pacific , 2013.

    Traffic congestion is a public policy issue and solicits a policy response which can strike a balance between urbanization and urban mobility. In the case of India, several policy initiatives have been undertaken but have not yielded desired outcomes. This is primarily because the focus has only...

  • Public Transport
    Public Transport Accessibility Toolkit. Ministry of Urban Development, Government of India, 2013.

    City authorites who are responsible for the provision of public transport facilites in the city should also take care to ensure accessibility to these services for its existng and potental users. Ofen, provision of facilites alone without planning for its accessibility could lead to a situaton...

  • Urban road safety
    Urban Road Safety Audit. Ministry of Urban Development, Government of India, 2013.

    Increasing number of road trafc injuries in Indian cites is a major concern. As number of cites grows and existng cites expand the road infrastructure, it is imperatve on city authorites to ensure safe infrastructure. In India, road authorites have been responsible for both ensuring safety in...

  • urban road traffic system
    Urban Road Traffic System. Ministry of Urban Development, Government of India, 2013.

    The present toolkit would deal with the subject of “Urban Road Traffic Systems (URTS)”. The aim of this toolkit is guiding the city officials with tools and techniques for appropriate URTS for a given urban area with specific objectives as follows:

    • Planning network of roads and...

  • Public cycle sharing systems
    Public Cycle Sharing Systems: A Planning Toolkit for Indian Cities., 2012.

    Maintaining high quality standards and excellent customer service will be critical to the successful rollout of cycle sharing in India over the coming years. Public cycle sharing systems: A planning toolkit for Indian cities introduces the key ingredients of best practice cycle sharing systems....

  • Road Safety Design Guidelines for Bus Rapid Transit in Indian Cities - Draft
    Mascarenhas, Binoy, and Nikhil Chaudhary. Road Safety Design Guidelines for Bus Rapid Transit in Indian Cities - Draft., 2012.

    In the last few decades, Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) systems have emerged as a cost-effective, flexible, and environmentally sustainable form of public transportation. The world’s first BRT system was developed in Curitiba, Brazil, which was followed by the development of many other BRTs across...

  • Case Study
    Making Mobility a Part of the Housing Development Practice - A Market Approach In Towards a Green Investment Policy Framework - Case Study Series. India: Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD), 2012.

    The study aims to assess and promote good practice policies that help countries encourage private sector investment in low-carbon climate-resilient infrastructure. The present case study, prepared by EMBARQ India, was developed for the OECD Roundtable Discussion on “Mobilising Private Investment...

  • National Investment in Urban Transport
    Hidalgo, Dario, Madhav Pai, Aileen Carrigan, Amit Bhatt, and Benjamin Owen. National Investment in Urban Transport: Towards People’s Cities Through Land Use and Transport Integration. Mumbai: EMBARQ India, 2012.

    What recommendations can be given to inform the 12th Five Year Plan in India?

    Based on interviews with several stakeholders; a literature review on the first Jawaharlal Nehru National Urban Renewal Mission (JnNURM); and consideration of the urban characteristics and transport needs of...

  • Tender SURE Project Report
    Government of Karnataka Project Tender S.U.R.E. Report. Bangalore: India Urban Space Foundation, 2012.

    Project Tender S.U.R.E. (Specifications for Urban Road Execution) is about getting the urban road right. Every urban road in Bagalore and other cities of India, is an example of chaos of traffic, broken footpaths, hanging cables, clogged drains, overflowing sewage, and haphazard street lights,...

  • Metro vs Monorail
    Issues and Risks for Monorail Projects and Metro Systems., 2012.

    This assessment report compares the technical features of metro rail (MRT, LRT) and monorail systems. All of these modes are becoming increasingly popular choices in urban communities beset by congestion problems. The urban mass transit modes examined in this analysis offer qualities of...

  • Life Cycle Cost Analysis
    Life Cycle Cost Analysis of Five Urban Transport Systems., 2012.

    The choice of the Urban Transport System is the key decision point for cities, states and the central government. It is most relevant because different classes of cities and different corridors in the same city require different public transport solutions. The country has so far failed to...

  • Exhaust Emissions of Transit Buses
    Cooper, Erin, Magdala Arioli, Aileen Carrigan, and Umang Jain. Exhaust Emissions of Transit Buses: Sustainable Urban Transportation Fuels and Vehicles In Working Paper., 2012.

    As part of EMBARQ’s Sustainable Urban Transportation Fuels and Vehicles (SUTFV) program funded by FedEx, this report compiles a large data set of in-use transit bus emissions...

  • NEMMP
    National Electric Mobility Mission Plan 2020. New Delhi, India: Department of Heavy Industry, Ministry of Heavy Industries & Public Enterprises, Government of India, 2012.

    The National Electric Mobility Mission Plan 2020 is one of the most important and ambitious initiatives undertaken by the Government of India that has the potential to bring about a transformational paradigm shift in the automotive and transportation industry in the country. This is a...

  • Urban solution singapore
    Urban Solutions. Singapore: Centre for Liveable Cities, 2012.

    The Centre for Liveable Cities, or CLC, works to distil, create and share knowledge on liveable and sustainable cities. As our flagship periodical, URBAN SOLUTIONS aims to deliver useful content to city leaders and urban practitioners on how to make their cities more liveable...

  • Planning and Desgin guidelines
    Transportation Research & Injury Prevention Programme, Innovative Transport Solutions(iTrans) PVT. LTD, and SGArchitects, New Delhi. Planning and Design Guidelines for Cycle Infrastructure. New Delhi, India: Shakti Sustainable Energy Foundation, 2012.

    The National Urban Transport Policy (NUTP) and National Mission on Sustainable Habitat (NMSH) have stressed the need for an approach that focuses on people and not vehicles. Road design must not increase dependence on and usage of personal vehicles. This is possible only if cities are built to...

  • urban transport_planning commission
    Recommendations of Working Group on Urban Transport for 12th Five Year Plan. New Delhi: Planning Commission, Government of India, 2012.

    The present scene of urban transport across India is categorized by sprawling cities; declining share of public transport and non-motorised transport; focus on supply side yet with low investments; sheer neglect of pedestrians, cyclists and public transport users; and increased motorization...

  • Standards for mobility cards
    National Common Mobility Card (NCMC) Minimum Standards & Specification Document for Card and Devices. Ministry of Urban Development, Government of India, 2012.

    This specification and standards document has been prepared by UTIITSL, its Consortium Partners after multiple discussions with industry experts, technology providers and partners and stakeholders. It has been written to be compatible with the requirements of National and International Standards...

  • Urban Roads
    Design of Urban Roads-Code of Practice. Institute of Urban Transport (India), 2012.

    This document has been prepared by the Transportation Research and Injury Prevention Programme (TRIPP) for the Institute of Urban Transport (IUT), Ministry of Urban Development. The primary purpose of this document is to provide a code of practice for various Urban Road Components. It has been...

  • Better Streets Better Cities
    Kost, Christopher, and Matthias Nohn. Better Streets, Better Cities., 2011.

    Better Streets, Better Cities: a Guide to Street Design in Urban India illustrates ways that good design can help create safer streets and more livable public spaces. The guide was prepared by ITDP in collaboration with the Ahmedabad-based Environmental Planning Collaborative.

    Current...

  • TERI NAsscom Energy ICT
    Sustainable Tomorrow: Harnessing ICT PotentialRapid., 2011.

    TERI and Nasscom worked jointly to develop this Whitepaper with recommendations put forth by over 70 industry members and government stakeholders. The initiative seeks to promote the role of ICT in enabling Indi's actions on Climate Change ans sustainable Development.

    The TERI-NASSCOM led...

  • Indore A Place for People
    Rao, Prajna, and Matthew Bomberg. Building a Pedestrian City: Indore A Place for People., 2010.

    Recognizing that the streets of Indore were plagued by obstructions on pedestrian footpaths, instances of road space not being used as intended — problems which cause all road users to move less safely and efficiently, EMBARQ India produced the report "Indore: A Place for People"

    This...

  • GIZ_Bicycle sharing
    Dhingra, Chhavi, and Santosh Kodukula. Public Bicycle Schemes: Applying the concept in Developing Cities: Examples from India. GIZ (Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit GmbH), 2010.

    This document is intended as an introduction to the concept of bicycle sharing programs and attempta to analyse the developing country climate (taking India as example) for encouraging schemes like bike sharing in cities, based on the challenges faced and lessons learnt in the west and other...

  • Comprehensive Mobility Plan for Pune City
    Comprehensive Mobility Plan for Pune City. Pune, Maharashtra, India: Pune Municipal Corporation, 2008.

    The National Urban Transport Policy (NUTP) has been formulated by the Ministry of Urban Development in 2006 to transform the current urban transport system into a safe, convenient and efficient transportation system across all urban areas in India. In order to ensure that the various urban...

  • National Urban Transport Policy
    National Urban Transport Policy. New Delhi, India: Ministry of Urban Development, Government of India, 2006.

    The objective of this policy is to ensure safe, affordable, quick, comfortable, reliable and sustainable access for the growing number of city residents to jobs, education, recreation and such other needs within our cities.

     

  • Bus Karo - A Guidebook
    Bus Karo: A Guidebook on Bus Planning & Operations.

    The development of this guidebook parallels efforts of the Government of India's Jawaharlal Nehru National Urban Renewal Mission (JnNURM) to become a source of financing for the procurement of new buses nationwide. Cities across the country that have received these buses are beginning to operate...

  • Sustainable Urban Transport in India: Role of the Auto-rickshaw Sector
    Mani, Akshay, Madhav Pai, and Rishi Aggarwal. Sustainable Urban Transport in India: Role of the Auto-rickshaw Sector.

    This report addresses how the auto rickshaw sector can play a key role in improving sustainability for urban transport, and addresses negative perceptions of rickshaws. We also introduce new models of regulation and reforms that can be adopted for a more efficient and safer system and enable the...

  • Review of Literature in India's Urban Auto-Rickshaw Sector
    Mani, Akshay, and Pallavi Pant. Review of Literature in India's Urban Auto-Rickshaw Sector: A Synthesis of Findings.

    This study presents a review of available literature in the urban auto-rickshaw sector in India. The objective of this review is to understand the current state of the sector, summarize the key issues, and highlight the gaps in current literature. A wide range of literature sources are reviewed...