ISSN (Print) - 0012-9976 | ISSN (Online) - 2349-8846

Congestion, Pollution and Solutions

Congestion, Pollution and Solutions
Although experts and citizens accept the need for a good public transport system, the question remains whether people will accept better road access for public transport than for private vehicles...
This article suggests that the Delhi government needs to address deficiencies in the city's planning and design framework on which the public transport system rests before employing a policy like the...
This article discusses how the perennial focus on policies to mitigate vehicular sources of air pollution in Delhi ignores a significant contribution by sectors other than transport. This works to...
Policymakers must recognise the intermediate public transport systems like autorickshaws and private buses which provide transport services where city bus and other mass transit systems cannot meet...
While cycle rickshaws provide a clean and non-polluting source of public transport, cities and governments refuse to change traffic rules to accommodate them. As a result, the cities are failing to...
There has been much firefighting in Delhi in the name of clean air, but very little effort in understanding the causes of air pollution. So while we know that urban air pollution poses serious health...
Do Indian cities need to jump into demand management for addressing urban transport woes or do we need to focus on the basics of sustainable mobility principles that target increased supply and...
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