Friday , 19 April 2019

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METRO RAIL IN INDIA

Fast Tracking Public Mobility In India, we have today 76 cities with population over a million. As per the urban transport policy of India, metro rail technology (MRT), a proven and established solution in urban mobility, is envisaged in cities with population exceeding two million and is presently being mooted in more than 20 cities. Although commendable work has been ...

“Metro will surely change the way people travel in Jaipur”

An efficient well-coordinated transport system plays an important roles in the economic growth of the state. Over time, Jaipur Metro will become the lifeline of the City, feels Nihal Chand Goel, Chairman and Managing Director, Jaipur Metro Rail Corporation Ltd. The Phase-IA of Jaipur Metro which was thrown open to public on June 3, was completed in record four-and-a-half-years, making ...

Delhi Metro Phase III Making Metro Green

Global trends such as climate change, urbanization, urban sprawl, security issues, open market economy and digitalization of the operating environment make it necessary to adapt and improve the whole transport system. Imagining an eco-habitat where people can move with minimum impact on the local environ, climate and support system preservation or induce an intelligent transport system with smart infrastructure and ...

Metro Rail – An Unmatched Real Estate Catalyst

While Metro rail implementation has a huge impact on real estate prices along its corridor and the influence zone, in the larger context it improves the standard of living of a large segment of urban population. A. Shankar, National Director & Head – Urban Solutions (Strategic Consulting), JLL India says it is also a catalyst for sustainable development across large ...

Case Study Chinese Subway Stations save energy

The Subway is changing the urban rhythm and the lifestyle of Chinese citizens. Among all the urban public transportation, subways have become the top choice for more and more citizens with great convenience, comfort and quality. In the backstage, the stations develop sophisticated and powerful air conditioning systems to provide this “fresh spring feeling” all year round. Due to interval ...

Radar technology to get rid of accidents with ghost drivers

Jean-Hubert Wilbrod, President, Neavia technologies writes about video and radar technologies to track traffic offenders Wrong way drivers on highways or ramps are a challenge for road safety: Roughly one fatality each year every 1000km motorway over European roads. It is not the major cause accident, but is too much indeed. When a lorry carrying flammable products is impacted, it ...

Speed/Red Light Enforcement & Safety

The increasing traffic density on city roads is leading to Red light and Speed Violation and consequently to increased road accidents. Indian cities are trying to be Smart and Safe with the use of Video Surveillance and advanced traffic management systems. TrafficInfraTech spoke to Traffic Police officials of various states to find out the system being put in place for ...

Lens Technology for the Security Cameras

In India, lenses are the most ignored part of the surveillance systems. Lenses for security camera are as important as eyes are for human beings. Surveillance system users always expect good and high quality cameras but we need to understand the all components in surveillance system including the lens are very important in getting a good image says Ashutosh Fotedar, ...

Speed Enforcement Devices

World over new technologies are being adopted for over-speeding and red light violation. Laser-based equipment is one of the technology to combat erring drivers, and reduce accidents and fatalities on the roads. Enforcement of speed and red light is a big challenge not only in India but also in other parts of the world. Many new technologies are being adopted ...

Making ‘Make in India’ happen in traffic industry

The Prime Minister Narendra Modi launched the ‘Make in India’ campaign in September 2014 to facilitate investment and transform India into a global manufacturing hub. Do we have the capability to implement what we have envisaged? The campaign ‘Make in India’ is a very compelling slogan and has an instant appeal. India has several advantages including a large labour pool ...

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