The Transport4All Challenge—an initiative of the Ministry of Housing and Urban Affairs, Government of India—aims to bring together cities, citizens, and startups to develop solutions that improve public transport to better serve the needs of all citizens.
At the core of the Challenge are citizens who will not only define the problems for which solutions shall be created but also help startups and cities to refine the solutions to meet their needs.
The first edition of the Challenge focuses on digital innovation. Cities and startups will receive guidance to develop and test various solutions, learn from them, and scale them to build people’s trust in public transport and enhance their mobility.
The solutions will make public transport—formal as well as informal— safe, convenient, and affordable for all.
The ITDP India Programme is the knowledge partner of the Smart Cities Mission for the Challenge, providing guidance through the preparation of resource material and facilitation of online peer-to-peer learning workshops.
Supporting the cities
- Conducting workshops
- Creating a library of resources
Monthly workshops sustain the momentum of the Challenge by bringing participating cities together regularly, introducing new concepts, and facilitating peer-to-peer learning. These workshops organised by ITDP connect city leaders with relevant experts at every stage of the challenge helping cities refine their proposals.
Watch all the workshops conducted so far under the Transport4All Challenge.
Drawing from our decades of experience in supporting Indian cities implement sustainable transport solutions, we are creating resources including technical guidelines and editable communication templates.
In the Transport4All Resources page, you can find guidance documents, presentations, and templates to support cities through the various stages.