Friday , 30 October 2020

Opinion

Sellur K. Raju

The Tamil Nadu government is spending र40 Cr to ensure road safety in the state by setting up traffic signals and carrying out road-widening projects. As part of the state government’s Vision 2023, we will have projects worth र15 lakh Cr for the development of transport sector, urban infrastructure and so on. Funds worth र3 lakh Cr has been allotted ...

India is moving towards ITS which is broadening the space for smarter ways of parking?

What are the market segments that Came India services? Came Group is a leader in entrance automation, access control, video entry systems & home automation with renowned brands such as Came, Urbaco & BPT under its umbrella. The range of products includes automatic boom barriers, automatic parking management systems, turnstiles, CCTV, automatic retractable bollards, fixed bollards, specially designed bollards, high ...

Interview: Revolutionizing Road Construction

The `10,000cr Alchemist Group is moving aggressively into road technologies with the launch of RB1 Grade-81 Pavement materials and Inorganic soil stabilizer. The group?s Vice Chairman, Maj. Gen (Retd) Anil Oberoi answered a few questions from TrafficInfraTech.

Interview With:Jamshyd Godrej, Best global practices must be emulated

He dons a corporate hat. But Jamshyd N Godrej?s social consciousness gives his business acumen a tough competition. Chairman & Managing Director of Godrej & Boyce Mfg. Co. Ltd, Godrej is striving his best towards making cities sustainable through World Resource Institute India of which he is the Chairman. He travels by public transport often to understand the way it ...

Interview with: David Moszkowicz, Planning and Scheduling are important for optimising Services

  Intelligent Transport Systems (ITS) in India have got a fillip with Mysore being chosen as the model city for implementing new technologies for Public Transport. A French company, Lumiplan, is introducing a unique Planning and Scheduling solution, HEURES, for KSRTC?s ITS implementation in Mysore City. Vidyottama Sharma speaks with David Moszkowicz, Managing Director of Lumiplan ITS India.   Why ...

Interview with: Kevin Kelly, ITS In Parking, India is going in the wrong direction

India, with over 65 cities that boast a population of over a million, faces a huge challenge in managing its traffic. Parking plays a major role here and many European companies have been conducting reconnaissance in India to explore the growing opportunities for providing their parking solutions. Vidyottama Sharma met with Kevin Kelly, Chief Executive Officer, GlobeTech Parking Solutions, Ireland who had many an observation to make on the parking scene in India.

Interview with: P R K Murthy, Construction within constraints

P R K Murthy, Chief, Transportation, MMRDA fields uncomfortable questions with elan and brings out the dilemma of providing travel infrastructure, despite various constraints, in an over populated metropolis like Mumbai. He tells Vidyottama Sharma that despite knowing well that every move of the government will come under the scanner, there is no way efforts will not be made to ...