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Integrated Road Transport body for Bengaluru

The Integrated Road Transport Authority to be operational next year in Bengaluru will bring different modes of urban mobility services under one umbrella. The government has prepared a draft bill and sought suggestions from stakeholders. As per the bill, IRTA is expected to address issues like lack of single-ticketing system, poor coordination among multiple agencies, inadequate information of transport services ...

Sustainable Transport Saves Lives: A Case for Investing in Safety of Public Bus Fleets

Inducing a modal shift from private transport to public buses will reduce road traffic deaths in India. In cities such as Bangalore and Mumbai, the city bus agencies – Bangalore Metropolitan Transport Corporation (BMTC) and Brihanmumbai Electric Supply and Transport (BEST) respectively – account for 20-32 percent of the mode share, but were involved in only 5-13 percent of the ...

Traffic info centre in Bengaluru

The Directorate of Urban Land Transport (DULT) in co-ordination with the traffic police will set up a traffic centre – the Bangalore Traffic Information Centre – which will be the hub for information about traffic in the City. The DULT’s proposal is set to get funds from Japan International Co-operation Agency. JICA will send a team to Bengaluru to work ...

Frequent Bus System

Bangalore, like most cities in India, utilises the Direct Services model for bus transport. In this model, every locality in the city is provided with its own bus route to the city centre, city market and other major destinations. This model works well for smaller cities, but becomes increasingly inefficient for large cities. Problems with the Direct Services Model The ...

TrafficInfraTech Expo 2012 Successful Eventful Bountiful

TrafficInfraTech Expo 2012 in Mumbai lived up to the industry’s expectations from it. Ministries, government officers from various State Authorities & PWDs, Senior Traffic Police Officers, serious buyers, and many other trade specific visitors kept the exhibitors on their toes. TrafficInfraTech takes you to the scene of action of India’s most looked forward to Traffic Show. When over 78 exhibitors ...

Quality,Variety of exhibitors and products are very good – Dr Sudhir Krishna

Dr Sudhir Krishna, Secretary, Union Ministry of Urban Development, Government of India, who inaugurated TrafficInfraTech Expo 2012 was happy with the way the show was organised. “This is a very good show and I am impressed with the quality and variety of exhibitors and products,” he told TrafficInfraTech. Delivering his inaugural speech and opening the first day’s seminar on ‘Traffic ...

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