The report assesses existing sustainable mobility policies, plans, and guidelines in relation to infant, toddler, and caregiver-friendly mobility.
The ITDP India Programme prepared the gap assessment report as part of the project, ‘Transforming Urban Mobility to nurture Early Childhood Development in India’, supported by the Bernard van Leer Foundation under the Urban95 programme. This report explores the various governance tools/documents—policies, plans, and guidelines—that directly and/or indirectly impact the mobility of young children and their caregivers in Indian cities. This report aims to understand whether these policies, plans, and guidelines address the mobility needs of infants, toddlers, and their caregivers comprehensively and will be useful for city officials who wish to improve these documents. It will also be useful for anyone interested in understanding how these different documents impact the mobility of young children and caregivers in Indian cities.
Publication Team: Aswathy Dilip | Aila Bandagi | A V Venugopal | Parin Visariya | Pranjal Kulkarni | Vaishali Singh | Avishek Jha | Keshav Suryanarayanan | Aishwarya Soni | Bala Nagendran M