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Parking Study in Chennai
Fri, 21 Dec 2012
Parking has been an important facet of various transport and road policies across the world. It is said to ease traffic and lead to the seamless flow of vehicles devoid of obstructions. Proper parking facilities should be provided to decongest roads and reduce the time for origin- destination travel for commercial vehicles, trucks, buses, etc. Improper parking, especially in India, often leads to distortions in traffic and proper carrying out of trade and even affects the productivity of the population, owing to bottlenecks.
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Study on Para-transit System in Chennai
Fri, 21 Dec 2012
Para transit systems like shared autos and transit cabs are common in major cities and towns, as they provide suitable transit options for vast population living in such areas. Para transit systems are largely un-utilized and are not a prioritized segment in India, owing to its informal nature. Though they form a part of the informal segment, they are subject to various regulations, and often subject to exploitation. While the government has controlling and regulating mechanisms, they are often ineffective and sometimes unwanted.
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Road Safety Audit
Fri, 21 Dec 2012
Civitas Urban Solutions has taken up a study to conduct a Road Safety Audit of a State Highway in Tamil Nadu for Michelin Tyre Company, located at SIPCOT site location in Thiruvallur District. The study will propose a road safety index and awareness programs to be conducted in the road stretch from Janappanchatram (SH 51 till Pallavakkam) to Michelin India Tamil Nadu Pvt Ltd site location.
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Koyilandi Mobility Project
Mon, 14 Feb 2011
Koyilandi (or Quilandy/Quilandi) is a city and a municipality in Kozhikode district, North Malabar region of the Indian state of Kerala. This town is between Kozhikode and Badagara (Vatakara) and is on NH 17. It is the birthplace of the state’s most famous freedom fighter Kelappaji, often referred to as Kerala Gandhi. Koyilandi is also famous for traditional smoking pipes. However, the city has been facing traffic congestion for a while now, with no concrete solutions in sight.
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Anna Nagar Cycle Track Project
Tue, 7 Dec 2010
According to a Wilbur Smith report, 52 per cent of Chennai trips cover less than 5 km and most of these are made on foot or by motorised transport. This has proven to create needless chaos and pollution, which is hardly quantified in the city’s context. To tackle this problem, the Chennai Corporation has decided to design a cycle track.
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Chennai Auto Study
Wed, 1 Dec 2010
For anyone commuting in Chennai, the buzz of autorickshaws is a common sight. Research shows that while the ownership of private vehicles has grown 108 per cent in the last one decade, the dependency on autorickshaws has not come down. Autorickshaw drivers in Chennai are notorious for daylight robbery, charging exorbitant fares and reckless driving. In fact, the market for auto permits is liberalised, thus helping distorted market mechanisms.
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Vytilla Mobility Hub
Tue, 30 Jun 2009
The project aims at setting up a system where different modes of transport converge at one single point making commutation easy for the public. The Project aims at setting up a system where different modes of transport converge at one single point making commutation easy for the public. Thus, the aim is to set up a mobility hub for Kochi, which is futuristic and technology driven and is able to cater to the ever-growing traffic and transport demands of the city.
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