Sustainable transport is the buzzword of the 21st century. The awareness about ‘sustainable transport’ has permeated our mindsets but it’s true meaning is often misconstrued and isolated from our day-to-day living. Urbanlogue — knowledge webinars by the ITDP India Programme — aims to clear the air by facilitating an interactive platform to have meaningful dialogues on sustainable transportation and development initiatives in India. The webinars are catered for all — from a newly enlightened soul seeking sustainable reckoning to the wise prophet looking to engage in deeper conversations — a student, a professional, an enthusiast.
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India’s Road Map to Sustainable Mobility
Webinar Series 1
The new mobility tool on the block is here! Learn how the People Near Transit (PNT) tool can help cities identify gaps in their transit systems and pave the way for intervention that can maximise the density of city layouts, and improve accessibility and frequency of public transit. Pune has set percent by endorsing this tool! Join this webinar to engage with the expert and learn how our cities can use this tool to shape public transit such that it serves maximum and pollutes minimum.
Have we as a nation done enough to ensure all people have access to frequent, reliable, comfortable, and high-quality public transport? Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) systems provide dedicated lanes for buses, for faster and reliable bus services. Cities like Ahmedabad and Pune took bold steps in implementing the BRT but what worked and what went wrong? Find out how cities can let buses race ahead of the pack.
“In every detail, a city should reflect that human beings are sacred and that they are equal”, said the Mayor of Bogota, Enrique Penalose. Nothing reflects this better than our street spaces. Learn more on what ‘Complete Streets’ mean and how some of our retrofitted streets in Chennai and Pune have transformed mobility and liveability for all including women, children, the elderly, and people with disabilities.
Myth 1: Parking is my right Myth 2: Increase parking supply to resolve the parking issue Myth 3: …. The list is endless! It is time we debunk some of these myths to resolve the parking woes of our cities. Cities like Pune have lead the conversation around a progressive parking policy to manage on-street parking, but more cities need to take some heed. Join our experts to understand the importance of parking management in India, and how Mexico City has benefited from implementing this bold and progressive step.
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Transport systems are the pulse of every city, providing mobility, defining our quality of life, and creating a healthy environment for all. Decisions to build a flyover or a bus lane, to widen a road or construct walking and cycling tracks, have tremendous impact on the people and our environment. With India’s burgeoning population and transport demands, what path should it take to secure a safe, healthy, equitable future for all its citizens? Here is your chance to engage with the most sought-after expert on reimagining a better India!