Unreliable last mile connectivity impacts the overall quality and usage of mass transit and results in a mode share shift of public transport. While efforts are being made to improve mass public transport, last mile connectivity has to be improved and linked to existing services. An integrated transport system will aid in ease of access for users. There is a need to improve pedestrian and bicycle access to mass public transport within residential, commercial, industrial and institutional districts in our cities. Facilitating improved accessibility for pedestrians and bicyclists will not only encourage active transport among residents but will minimize the use of private vehicles and enhance the quality of life for city dwellers.
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The infographic shows gated community projects in Bangalore that are either completed, ongoing or upcoming, mapped against the railway line and major road networks in the city.
The chart shows the opinion of users about bus services in Jaipur.
The data shown in this chart come from a study conducted by EMBARQ India in Jaipur, as part of the ongoing partnership with Jaipur City Transport Services Ltd. (JCTSL) to provide safe, efficient and reliable bus services to citizens. This survey was done to appreciate the travel patterns of the public transport and intermediate public transport (IPT) users. View the Jaipur User Opinion Survey to get access to the full dataset.
The graph shows the average trip length of different transport Modes in Chandigarh.
The data shown in this graph comes from a study done by EMBARQ India for Chandigarh Transport Undertaking (CTU). The main objective of the survey was to conduct a route rationalization exercise on a pilot corridor by assessing the demand on certain routes. View the Chandigarh Bus Survey to get access to the full dataset.
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