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Taking Mobilicity Forward

Writing in a request to Mobilicity project members to take the concept forward via series of small events, or otherwise. To some extent Bus Day itself came out of Mobilicity efforts, the concept was seeded during Mobilicity meetings.

Jenny and others have a few ideas

All the Media Mentions

Praja related

Let us document all the newspaper articles that had a mention of MobiliCity. This can help us in the future.

Unconference Session: Crowdsourcing GeoData For Public Transport Information

There was an unconference session by Srikanth L on the above topic. The slides can be accessed or downloaded here.

Unconference Session: Tackling Bangalores Traffic & Infrastructure Mess


There was an unconference session taken by Vijay Padiyar from Cisco on the above topic. The presentation can be found here


Public Transport

How easily you can go from walking or taking your cycle or car, parking it and switchingto a bus or metro, then catching an auto to your destination, all in single journey and in a reasonably good time, is a measure of the efficiency and efficacy of a transport system.

Report on MOBILICITY unconference

EnvironmentTrafficBusPublic TransportGovernance

The Transport Policy draft released by the GoK is not exactly very inspiring.

MobiliCity: Latest Details

MobiliCity Session: Urban Planning for Sustainable Transportation

The need for mobility and transportation arises because people and goods need to move from one place to another. We move because we need to go to places of employment, education, shopping, recreation, healthcare etc. Mobility requirements of citizens depend upon the choices the city provides them. If you had the option, wouldn't you live closer to work?

MobiliCity Session: Road Design Standards: Getting There

Roads are used by all citizens, and in various ways - as pedestrians, cyclists, hawkers, or by use of private vehicles and public transport. In addition, roads are the medium used by all utilities like water, electricity, telephone and cable lines, as well as sewerage. Roads also have environmental aspects such as tree cover and rain water run off.

MobiliCity: Overview of the Panel Debate

A framework for sustainable mobility involves several aspects like:

  • Land use patterns and city planning

  • Public transportation systems – various modes and linkages between them comment guidelines

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