Tags: Indore

  • Infographics

    This poster illustrates recommendations to make BRT systems universally accessible. It addresses 1) Access along Trunk and Feeder corridors, and 2) Access at/within stations.

    This information appears in the EMBARQ India Paper, Designing BRT Systems for Universal Access: Case of Ahmedabad & Indore. View ...

  • 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...

  • Publications

    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 versa, and to make the case for conducting health impact assessments (HIA) for 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...

  • Reports

    To cater to the needs of growing urban population in Indore, AICTSL planned to introduce BRTS in Indore in 2012. Named as the iBus, though the Indore BRTS is functional today, this report is a proposal for Phase 1 of the BRTS.

    This system was at that time expected to help reduce the problem of transportation need, pollution and traffic accidents in the city. To monitor and quantify the...

  • Videos

    In 2005, EMBARQ began advising AICTSL (Atal Indore City Transportation Services Limited) on setting up a formal transit agency in the city of Indore. Over time the agency has grown from a fledgling organization with only basic public transportation experience, to a city-wide agency that includes over 250 buses in service, and now it's first Bus Rapid Transit corridor - iBus...