Through it's research and engagement with Indian cities, WRI India Sustainable Cities has put together a variety of city specific databases and analyses that researchers, practitioners, students and others might find informative and useful. This includes key charts and graphs from various WRI India Sustainable Cities reports. For more information regarding these data and analytics you can direct your queries to the contact person listed with the information or simply write to us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We've received several insightful and meaningful entries for the Data Visualization Challenge. Association of State Road Transport Undertakings (ASRTU) has reviewed the entries that were received and has shortlisted the following entries in each category.Most Insightful entry
Using data to tell the story of how the public transport undertakings are performing in India!
Buses take up over 90 percent of public transport in Indian cities! It is important to understand the performance of State Road Transport Undertakings (SRTUs). How their operational and financial performances? How do we ensure increased ridership of using public transport in our cities? How does innovation in public transport make our commute easier and enjoyable? And how do these
The infographic shows gated community projects in Bangalore that are either completed, ongoing or upcoming, mapped against the railway line and major road networks in the city.
The data shown in this infographic comes from a survey carried out by EMBARQ India at six existing gated communities in Bangalore. The survey focuses on detailed travel patterns, attitudes about transport facilities and options, as well as preferences for different transport modes and commute patterns.
The chart shows the opinion of users about bus services in Jaipur.
The data shown in this chart come from a study conducted by EMBARQ India in Jaipur, as part of the ongoing partnership with Jaipur City Transport Services Ltd. (JCTSL) to provide safe, efficient and reliable bus services to citizens. This survey was done to appreciate the travel patterns of the public transport and intermediate public transport (IPT) users. View the
The graph shows the average trip length of different transport Modes in Chandigarh.
The data shown in this graph comes from a study done by EMBARQ India for Chandigarh Transport Undertaking (CTU). The main objective of the survey was to conduct a route rationalization exercise on a pilot corridor by assessing the demand on certain routes. View the Chandigarh Bus Survey to get access to the full dataset.
30 entries from across India compete to showcase how Urban India moves in cities!
New Delhi | 28th November 2014: The Urban Mobility India Conference 2014 saw 30 visualizations compete in the Data Visualization Challenge which was launched last month. Organized by Institute of Urban Transport and EMBARQ India among other partners, the challenge attracted participation from across 7 Indian states.
The winning visualizations received theirTopics: Mobility Policies & Planning
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