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Public transport – A key element of smart cities - Observer Research Foundation

28 August 2018 - 1:01pm

Observer Research Foundation

Public transport – A key element of smart cities
Observer Research Foundation
The pollution levels in Delhi, traffic snarls in Bangalore or low average speed of mobility in Mumbai is a clear indication that out cities must urgently build sustainable public transport systems. Indian cities are already facing a plethora of ...

Bangalore Buzz: Flood warning for September | Push for suburban rail | KIA second fastest growing airport… and more - Citizen Matters, Bengaluru

28 August 2018 - 8:31am

Citizen Matters, Bengaluru

Bangalore Buzz: Flood warning for September | Push for suburban rail | KIA second fastest growing airport… and more
Citizen Matters, Bengaluru
This may be expected to assuage the anger of citizens who have been demanding a well-planned suburban railway network that would solve their commuter related woes. Activists from Citizens for Bengaluru (CfB) are gearing up for a campaign titled ...

Bosses aren't only reason why techies change jobs! - The New Indian Express

28 August 2018 - 2:00am

The New Indian Express

Bosses aren't only reason why techies change jobs!
The New Indian Express
A large percentage would be willing to use the suburban rail if the train services are available and reliable,” says Tara Krishnaswamy, co-founder of Citizens for Bangalore (CfB) and part of the #modalutrainbeku ('First, we want trains') campaign ...

Dubious distinction: polluting commute - Deccan Herald

27 August 2018 - 11:41pm

Deccan Herald

Dubious distinction: polluting commute
Deccan Herald
The severity of Bengaluru's air pollution due to vehicle emissions has been laid bare yet again by a survey report, 'The Urban Commute, and How it Contributes to Pollution and Energy Consumption' from the New Delhi-based Centre for Science and ...

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Suburban rail enthusiasts carry out commuter survey - The Hindu

24 August 2018 - 10:05pm

The Hindu

Suburban rail enthusiasts carry out commuter survey
The Hindu
To highlight their demand for a more robust suburban rail service, volunteers from Citizens for Bengaluru (CfB) conducted a survey of this train route on Friday with the aim of understanding travel patterns, and benefits and issues faced by commuters ...

Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata or Bengaluru – which megacity has the most toxic emissions? - Citizen Matters

24 August 2018 - 2:30pm

Citizen Matters

Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata or Bengaluru – which megacity has the most toxic emissions?
Citizen Matters
Urban commuting has become one of the most energy- and pollution-intensive activities in India, contributing to increased greenhouse gas emissions, finds a diagnostic analysis of key cities of India by the Centre for Science and Environment (CSE), a ...
Transport-related emissions in megacities: Delhi on top, Bhopal emits the leastDown To Earth Magazine

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Transport-related emissions in megacities: Delhi on top, Bhopal emits the least - Down To Earth Magazine

24 August 2018 - 11:50am

Down To Earth Magazine

Transport-related emissions in megacities: Delhi on top, Bhopal emits the least
Down To Earth Magazine
Urban commuting has become one of the most energy- and pollution-intensive activities in India, contributing to increased greenhouse gas emissions, finds a diagnostic analysis of key cities of India by the Centre for Science and Environment (CSE), a ...

Transport-related emissions in megacities: Delhi on top, Bhopal ... - Down To Earth Magazine

24 August 2018 - 11:50am

Down To Earth Magazine

Transport-related emissions in megacities: Delhi on top, Bhopal ...
Down To Earth Magazine
Urban commuting has become one of the most energy- and pollution-intensive activities in India, contributing to increased greenhouse gas emissions, finds a ...

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India's megacities lead in transport-related emission: CSE - Down To Earth Magazine

24 August 2018 - 10:38am

Down To Earth Magazine

India's megacities lead in transport-related emission: CSE
Down To Earth Magazine
Urban commuting has become one of the most energy- and pollution-intensive activities in India, contributing to increased greenhouse gas emissions, finds a diagnostic analysis of key cities of India by the Centre for Science and Environment (CSE), a ...

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Decoding how India's third populous city manages efficiency of buses - Sify News

21 August 2018 - 8:50pm

Sify News

Decoding how India's third populous city manages efficiency of buses
Sify News
Mumbai: Bengaluru is India's third most-populous city, but its bus system is not only India's largest with 6,448 buses (in 2015-16), it also lost the least money (Rs 101 crore) over six years to 2016 among eight metropolitan bus systems, according to ...

Bengaluru bus system is India's best and loses least money - Sify News

21 August 2018 - 1:04pm

Sify News

Bengaluru bus system is India's best and loses least money
Sify News
With 8.4 million people living over 709 sq km, Bengaluru still depends overwhelmingly on its buses, although some pressure has been relieved by a seven-year-old 41-station, two line 42.3-km metro-rail system. ... such as Thane and Navi Mumbai–live ...

Open letter to Chief Minister of Karnataka: Elevated Beda, Suburban Train, BRT, LastMile Beku - Citizen Matters, Bengaluru

21 August 2018 - 11:00am

Citizen Matters, Bengaluru

Open letter to Chief Minister of Karnataka: Elevated Beda, Suburban Train, BRT, LastMile Beku
Citizen Matters, Bengaluru
1) Suburban Train Beku : Where have you shown urgency in executing the Suburban Rail? It will take hardly any money to set up the Special Purpose Vehicle (SPV). It will take very little money to get the local commuter rail operational, all it takes is ...

Bengaluru's bus system loses least money, thanks to better supply chain strategies, lower staff costs - Firstpost

18 August 2018 - 11:54am

Firstpost

Bengaluru's bus system loses least money, thanks to better supply chain strategies, lower staff costs
Firstpost
Mumbai: Bengaluru is India's third most-populous city, but its bus system is not only India's largest with 6,448 buses (in 2015-16), it also lost the least money (Rs 101 crore) over six years to 2016 among eight metropolitan bus systems, according to ...

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