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Friday , 21 January 2022

Tag Archives: Parking Management

Public, Private Transport in South China’s Cities vs Mumbai

Ashok Datar, Chairman, Mumbai Environmental Social Network was in China recently to study its traffic rules and travel behaviour. Here, he compares Hong Kong, Guangzhou and Shen Zhen with Mumbai and observes that we have a lot to learn from these three cities. When we think of congested cities, we think of Indian cities. It is a general perception in ...

Mumbai faces huge gap in parking demand-supply

A survey conducted by the NGO, Mumbai Environmental Social Network has found a big gap between demand and supply of parking spaces in Mumbai. An estimated 60,000 cars are added to the city roads each year. With each car requiring three parking spaces – one each at work, home and other occasions — it needs 100sqft of parking. It amounts ...

Interview with: Sanjay Arora, “We will record a 20% increase in fines this year”

E-challans, sms alert systems, intelligent use of available space for parking and the ‘108 ambulance’ service have made a huge difference to Chennai’s traffic. Sanjay Arora, Additional Commissioner of Police (Traffic) tells Mangala Chandran that his department will put Integrated Traffic Management System in place in a few months’ time.

Multi-level parking lot for Chandigarh

Chandigarh Municipal Corporation (CMC) is studying the feasibility of constructing a multi-level parking lot in Sector 17. If approved, it will be a three-storeyed parking with basement and surface parking that will accommodate 1000 cars. Since the site is surrounded by buildings, the civic body has gone in for the study. Its major worry is that the earth should not ...

Seminars at the Expo They came, they discussed, they showed the way…

While exhibitors were busy handling the rush of visitors at their stalls, subjects of highway and urban traffic management and safety were being discussed in detail at seminars held side by side on the second and third days of TrafficInfraTech Expo. Experts discussed various related issues in depth and also took serious questions from the audience.

Park it. Connect it. Manage It

Connectivity, Mobility and Management are the most important factors of parking management in these highly automated times. An integrated approach and well planned infrastructure are the need of the hour.