Watch the iBus changing the way people travel in Indore


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 passengers per day, easing congestion, reducing travel times, and creating a safe, convenient mode of public transport. 

This video showcases how EMBARQ India along with the local authorities in Indore, made this project possible.


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