Tags: non-motorized transport

  • Videos
    As part of its ongoing engagement with Kochi city supported by the EC SOLUTIONS project, WRI India Sustainable Cities conducted a classroom training on ‘’Safe Access to Mass Transit Stations’’ in September, 2015, for the Kochi Metro Rail Ltd. (KMRL), who were also the co-organizers of the workshop. KMRL identified two...
  • Publications

    The Safe Access Manual is EMBARQ India’s latest publication and offers recommendations to develop safe access to mass transit stations in Indian cities. An investment of 15 billion USD has already been made across various cities to develop mass transit infrastructure such as metro rail and bus rapid transit. Improving access to mass transit in India can serve multiple...

  • Teaching / Training Material

    EMBARQ India has developed an Interactive lecture series on Sustainable Urban Development for Town Planning Institutes. The series shall include lectures by EMBARQ staff on topics like Transit Oriented Development, Traditional Area Revitalization through Sustainable Mobility, Road Safety in cities, Public Transport System Planning, Comprehensive Mobility Plan, Integrated Public Transport and...

  • Presentations

    Sonal Shah, EMBARQ India made a presentation on "Non-Motorized Transport" in a public consultation for the Development Plan of Greater Mumbai: 2014-2034. It was organized by the Municipal Corporation of Greater Mumbai. This presentation outline an NMT strategy at the city and planning sector levels, recommended regulations and street design guidelines to...

  • Reports

    This project started when the Adarsh Group, one of the private housing developers in India, foresaw large car usage and vehicular volumes within the Adarsh Palm development. They wanted to look out for strategies that would allow a smooth and harmonious functioning of the development. A few intersections has also been experiencing issues of traffic clogging. They also looked to enhance the...

  • Publications

    With non-motorized transport becoming increasingly important in the sustainable integrated transport mix, the Atal Indore City Transport Service Ltd. (AICTSL) is keen to set up a formalized public bicycling scheme in the city, building on the existing availability and usage, and incorporating a model which would include sophisticated bicycles, docking stations and revenue from advertising to...