Buses used to be the preferred means of commute in many Indian cities because of their practicality, wider reach, availability, cost-effectiveness and less intensive infrastructure. In city of Delhi the bus services started decent, well managed and efficient. The state run Delhi Transport Corporation (DTC) grew to cover the entire city under its 657 designated… Continue reading Ignorance Of Bus Based Public Transport In Delhi
Level crossings are abundant in India, majority of them manually controlled. In areas of high population density these are being replaced by grade-separators. The process is slow but necessary to facilitate faster railway movement as well as facilitating road transport For more visit our website. #transport #management #levelcrossing #population #inclusive #development #urban #urbanprecis #abstract #journalism… Continue reading Level Crossing
Over half of the world is urbanized now. An ever growing population and increasing activities in a developing city bring about tremendous pressure on the urban land and its housing sector. Urbanization has resulted in people increasingly living in slums and squatter settlements and has deteriorated the housing conditions of the economically weaker sections of… Continue reading Is Affordable Housing Inclusive ?