The World Business Council for Sustainable Development is encouraging the Indian government to raise India's climate ambition on transport ahead of COP26 in November 2021.
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Clément Michel – Keolis Group Director, Human Resources and Transformation, speaks to Intelligent Transport's Josh Minchin, about Keolis' response to the pandemic and future plans for the group as travel resumes.
According to Ola, the factory will provide around 10,000 jobs and have an initial capacity to manufacture two million electric scooters per year.
With the Kanpur investment, the total amount of the EIB’s approved support for metro rail systems in India has reached €2.65 billion, more than half of the entire EIB investment portfolio in India.
The rapid transit system is said to be a first of its kind in India and will include multimodal transport hubs to ensure smooth transition between modes.
Vanita Akhaury, Public Communication Officer at Gurugram Metropolitan City Bus Limited (GMCBL), explains how bus patronage is beginning to bounce back in the Indian city of Gurugram and outlines how the bus company set out to achieve this.
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.
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.