Tags: Bus Rapid Transit

  • Webinars

    This webinar was hosted on Thursday, 15 September 2016 from 4:00 – 5:00 pm IST (local time) and was presented by Paulo Sergio Custodio, an eminent transport consultant from Brazil....

  • Webinars

    Even though the rapid dissemination of Bus Rapid Transit BRT systems in Latin America and Asia, little is known about land development impacts of this type of massive transportation system. Both regions are currently leading the implementation of BRT systems in the world with 56 and 35 cities respectively. This webinar discussed the results of two research projects looking at land development...

  • Papers

    Big investments in urban transportation infrastructure are being made and anticipated at the national level, channelized at the local level through JNNURM and NIJNNURM reforms in India. This paper argues the need to use this nationwide infrastructural transformation as an opportunity to include groups that have hereto been physically marginalized from urban systems. As cases...

  • Infographics

    Cities in the developing world are in search of sustainable solutions to their accessibility and mobility related problems. During last five years, in city’s multi-modal transport option, Bus Transit - both in its basic and rapid form, has become the core of the chosen strategy. Indian cities are choosing Bus Rapid Transit System (BRTS) as a sustainable solution to its growing urban transport...

  • Videos

    Indore, India—nicknamed “Mini Bombay”—is a booming city of two million people. The city’s rapidly growing population has created serious mobility related problems, including increased road congestion, travel delays, traffic accidents, and environmental degradation.

    The iBus - Indore’s new Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) system — carries more than 23,000...

  • Videos

    On 14 October 2009, the Ahmedabad Municipal Corporation inaugurated its first dedicated bus transit service - Janmarg.

    The Janmarg is a source of pride for the residents of Ahmedabad in Gujarat, and for good reason! The nearly 38 kilometer network of busways carries 90,000 passengers every day and has drastically improved the efficiency of the city’...

  • Publications

    This study compares basic transport and air quality indicators for 12 Indian cities. These indicators are reported in city development plans, comprehensive mobility plans, comprehensive traffic and transport studies and detailed project reports submitted to the Ministry of Urban Development between 2005 and 2007. The list was created with an intention to include,...