Urban Mobility Is More Than Cars And Expensive Metros!
Webinars Brief 10:2021
Publication Year : 2021

For this, first we have to study the urban transport policy progression and how it evolves globally. Nowadays, the urban transport system is accessibility based which evaluates the system on the ability of both people and business to access the desired services and activities (Litman, 2020). Accessibility is the main driver of cities growth and development.  Urban transport system that provides equal mobility opportunity for all segments of the society.  Access to opportunities, jobs, and amenities needed for cities to serve as engines of growth.  Connected cities with multiple mobility options, strictly discourage reliance on a single mode.  Integrate transport with urban planning to reduce commuting distances and optimize expenditures.  Smart technology-based initiatives to lead decision- making of transport development processes.  Explore potential revenue sources for urban agencies to avoid dependence on higher tier governments.  Improve environmental parameters significantly by regulating transport-related causes of climate change and global warming.  Design of urban streets to be safe, with universal challenges and deliver quality projects in time.  Increase contractor skills to deal with the urban challenges and deliver quality products in time.  Standardization of urban transport operations like licensing, vehicle fitness testing, automated violation monitoring, parking management, and congestion pricing, among several other operations

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