Tags: Bengaluru

  • Publications

    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, cycling and public transit. Recognizing the sprawling patterns of development being witnessed in most...

  • Reports

    EMBARQ India has been working in collaboration with the Directorate of Urban Land Transport (DULT), Government of Karnataka in developing methodologies to help design and develop suitable public spaces and built environment around the Metro stations in Bangalore. The Indiranagar project focuses on Indiranagar metro station in particular as a pilot project (for demonstration) to be scaled up...

  • Reports

    EMBARQ India has been working in collaboration with the Directorate of Urban Land Transport (DULT), Government of Karnataka in developing methodologies to help design and develop suitable public spaces and built environment around the Metro stations in Bangalore. The Indiranagar project focuses on Indiranagar metro station in particular as a pilot project (for demonstration) to be scaled up...

  • Reports

    The Bangalore Metro Rail Corporation (BMRC) the agency responsible for coordinating the planning, design and construction of the metro rail alignment has approached EMBARQ India to analyze accessibility along Reach-1 of the metro rail, running between Baiyappanahalli to MG Road, Bangalore, India.  Implementation of the elevated parts of Phase-1 has been divided into four reaches.

    Reach-...

  • Reports

    The Public transportation in Hubli relies primarily on city buses run by the NWKRTC and IPT including private auto rickshaws which run as taxis and on specific routes. The auto rickshaws are a flexible mode that provides point to point services which are currently not metered but instead fares are decided by the drivers and can be negotiated by the users before hiring them. Alternatively they...