Tags: fuel efficiency

  • Videos

    In Indian cities, bus transport agencies spend almost 40% of their expenditure just on fuel. EMBARQ India worked with APSRTC to develop a comprehensive four-step framework for fuel efficiency that includes driver training, vehicle maintenance, managerial controls and performance incentives.

  • Publications

    EMBARQ India’s latest publication, Bus Karo 2.0 – Case Studies from India seeks to understand and document the implementation of significant advancements in bus transport in India. A variety of case studies have been examined, and the different aspects of implementation investigated in order to assess the success of a project. The purpose of this...

  • Papers

    To support the adoption of stricter fuel emissions standards, the Indian Central government has mandated that all new buses purchased by public transport authorities in select cities be compliant with the latest Bharat Stage 4 (BS-IV) emissions standard. While the BS-IV buses available in the Indian market are less-polluting than BS-III or lower buses, they have also proven to be less fuel-...