Amit Gupta, Co-Founder and CEO of Indian micromobility firm Yulu, explores the impact that COVID-19 has had on public transit and mobility in India and suggests why micromobility offers a solution.
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The five-year project aims to help India develop a pathway towards a low-carbon transport system through the development of modelling tools and policy scenarios.
Yulu's latest round of funding will be used to further strengthen the mobility platform and its technology solutions, as well as enable rapid expansion.
A new study shows that India's existing nation-wide bus fleet has only a fraction of the necessary vehicles required to enable commuters to follow social distancing measures.
The Centre for Science and Environment (CSE) in India has carried out a survey on changing commuting choices post-pandemic in Delhi and surrounding cities in the National Capital Region (NCR) to suggest policy actions to revive mobility post-lockdown.
Indian micromobility company Yulu conducted a survey of 1,500 of its two million users in a bid to understand how commuters are planning to travel once lockdown restrictions have been eased.
The International Association of Public Transport (UITP) and the World Bank have surveyed Indian bus operators in a bid to better understand how operations have been impacted by the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
Although the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) has presented new challenges to the transport sector, Indian bus operator Gurugram Metropolitan City Bus Limited (GMCBL) has adapted to offer new services to those in need during India's ongoing lockdown restrictions.
The Delhi Metro Rail Corporation has added e-rickshaw services to 12 more metro stations, taking the total of stations to 29 where a fleet of over 1,000 e-rickshaws are operational.
Population growth in India has led to cities that are buckling under the weight of demand for services. To avoid the overpopulation, many families are moving outside of the cities, but from there, another problem arises: how do they then move around? Shri. Vinay Kumar Singh, Managing Director of NCRTC,…
Germany is to provide €1 billion to support green urban mobility infrastructure and implement sustainable mobility solutions in India.
The total fleet of e-buses will see Tata Motors controlling more than 80 per cent of the Indian market.
Hyperloop has been deemed a public infrastructure project in India, bringing the concept one step closer to becoming a reality.
The panic buttons will instantly notify the transport department control center, as well as the bus driver, passengers, and nearby Police Control Vehicle vans
Ride-sharing companies, such as Ola and Uber, might have to have a 40 per cent electric fleet in India by 2026 under new regulations in a bid to reduce pollution.