Toolkits are generally 'How-to-do' documents that provide hands-on guidance for undertaking any project/activity. This page provides toolkits created by WRI India Sustainable Cities and it's partners.
  • Fragmented institutions, decision-making processes, and inequality in knowledge concentration in urban transport are barriers to effective governance outcomes. Despite substantial amounts of investments being made in the urban transport sector, there is a lack of necessary capacities or governance mechanisms to ensure sustenance and optimum outcomes from these investments. Integrated and inter...

    Author: Ranjit Gadgil, Parisar (with key contributions from Bharath Jairaj, WRI India)
  • The Streets for All initiative is a sustained community movement towards the provision of better and safer walking and cycling infrastructure in our city. It provides a platform for engagement between government, media, NGOs, technocrats and the community, in order to jointly develop workable solutions to improve the safety and mobility conditions on our streets. Streets for All could be a...

    Author: Pawan Mulukutla, Sarika Panda Bhatt, Andrew Diaz
  • Fares for auto-rickshaws should be government regulated instead of market regulated fares, because auto-rickshaw services, unlike fleet services, are provided by individual owner-operators. Thus, government regulated fares can bring standardization, uniformity, and transparency in the auto-rickshaw fare system. This toolkit, prepared by EMBARQ India, presents a broad methodology to estimate...

    Author: Srikanth Shastry

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