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Urban Transportation

As Indian cities slowly ease the lockdown and reopen to activity, one of their biggest concerns will be to ensure people’s safety while commuting. In cities across the world, there is a renewed emphasis on sustainable transport solutions like reclaiming street space for safe walking and cycling and rethinking public transport operations to ensure safe mobility. Indian cities can learn from these global best practices as they develop near and long term strategies to create sustainable and resilient transport systems.

There is an urgent need to create a peer-to-peer online learning platform to guide Indian city officials to develop a robust response to the pandemic. To fill this gap, the India Programme of the Institute for Transportation and Development Policy (ITDP), has joined hands with the Smart Cities Mission of the Government of India to conduct an interactive learning programme called Urbanlogue.

The Urbanlogue platform consists of a webinar series and other curated learning resources to support Indian cities in three aspects:

  • Bringing national and international experts together to share their learnings and insights in developing robust transport solutions in response to COVID-19
  • Bringing city administrators together to share COVID-19 related challenges and the steps they have taken to adapt and mitigate risks
  • To collectively develop green transport solutions in the Indian context
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