Tuesday , 27 January 2015

Editors Page

The metro fever is catching up in India. The smart city mission has only added to the momentum. As per recent statistics from the Ministry of Urban Development, India should have metro rail running over 1000km in a decade. Both the government and the people have realised the importance of affordable mass rapid transport systems like monorail, metro rail and BRTs. With the success of Kolkata and Delhi metros and the later Mumbai and Bangalore ones, there are a number of projects at varying stages all over India indicating the preference for metro rail. Among all these is the Hyderabad metro rail, the largest elevated metro rail project on PPP. The project has been experiencing challenges including the development of commercial places to reach the target of 18.5 million sqft. But the focus of the story on Hyderabad metro in this issue is on the technological highlights of the project and most importantly the vision of the State government in using this transport system to bring in life style changes in Hyderabad.

It was encouraging that at the recently concluded Green Building Congress in Hyderabad, a Green rating systems for MRTS was released. The rating system is a tool to enable new rail based MRTYS to apply green concepts during design & construction to reduce environmental impact that is measurable.

We have an interesting essay on the use of Hot-in-place recycling in road construction which is quite cost effective and widespread in the US. The process uses less heat & material and generates less greenhouse gas.

Only a few months are left for the 4th TrafficInfraTech Expo in New Delhi which will have a special section Parking – Parking InfraTech. As the booking of booths are continuing, the visitor registration too has started in full swing.






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  1. Hi,

    I am writing to you with the objective of exploring an interaction opportunity for my client Institute for Excellence in Services and Planning (IESP) on your website.

    In the field of Road Safety, IESP has also imparted training to more than 300 staff of the Mumbai Police Traffic. IESP has trained more than 3000 professionals in Airport Driving Permit (ADP) from organizations like Cambata Aviation Pvt. Ltd., Go Air, Kingfisher Airlines, Mumbai International Airport Ltd. amongst others. 

    We would like to explore the opportunity of an interaction with Mr. A.S. Khanna, Managing Director, Airawat Group, who is a certified DDC Instructor from National Safety Council, USA and can shares his expertise in the field of Road Safety and Defensive Driving emphasizing on the following aspects:
    1. Importance of road safety, particularly in India2. Socio-economic impact due to poor road safety measures in India3. How can road accidents be controlled and road safety promoted in India4. Need of training school bus drivers and truck drivers5. Initiatives taken by IESP in road safety and defensive driving skills
    Request you to kindly share your contact details with us so that we can take this forward.

    Look forward to hear from you.

    Warm regards,
    Priya Chavan
    Account Executive

    Adfactors Public Relations

  2. TrafficInfraTech - Editor

    Pls contact :-

    Ms. Mangala Chandran

  3. Awareness of Road safety campaign  though traffic education can impact the public attitude to follow the rules? 

  4. I had made an small report on Electronic Toll Collection. i want to publish that that report as an article in your magazine.

    Please let me know the details regarding that.

    waiting for your reply,

    Thanks and Regards
    CA Nitin Pahilwani
    +91-9898 96 3506

  5. Hi,

    I am working for the corporate department and request you to please provide me the contact detail for your premier magazine as not able to find the same on your website. Basically we are interested in doing advertisement in your magazine and for that we want to get in touch with the concerned person.


    Best Regards,
    Pradeep Singh

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