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5. Assessing Non-motorized Mobility Planning: A Case of Indore City

verfasst von : Jaiswal Neha, Surawar Meenal

Erschienen in: Infrastructure and Built Environment for Sustainable and Resilient Societies

Verlag: Springer Nature Singapore

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Abstract

Cities in India are economic engines, accounting for almost two-thirds of the country's GDP. Cities are currently swamped by growing personal vehicle use (at a rate of 12% per year over the last two decades) and a declining share of public transportation, resulting in severe traffic congestion, deteriorating air quality, road accidents, fatalities, and a slew of other mobility-related issues. The concept of a non-motorized transit system is not new, but previous towns were constructed with non-motorized transit in mind. It aids in the reduction of several traffic issues as well as the improvement of human physical health. In global cities, the distribution of road space among various types of transportation is a contentious subject. We need streets where automobiles are a part but not the main focus. The purpose of this study was to investigate the non-motorized transit systems and propose planning interventions for corridor level in Indore City. This research looked at both public mass transit and non-motorized transit systems, as well as the connections between them. The main goal of this study was to study the existing conditions of transit systems on a global and national level, analyze non-motorised transit and other transit modes the at corridor level in Indore City and propose non-motorised transit interventions and policy recommendations at the corridor level in Indore city. Through the study, it is concluded that non-motorized transit choices are urgently needed. Cities must plan their transit systems and non-motorized transit systems cohesively. Non-motorized transit systems provide advantages in terms of the environment, economy, social welfare, and personal health. To improve the city's overall accessibility, evaluation should be done at both the macro and micro levels to formulate non-motorized transit planning strategies and policies.

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Metadaten
Titel
Assessing Non-motorized Mobility Planning: A Case of Indore City
verfasst von
Jaiswal Neha
Surawar Meenal
Copyright-Jahr
2024
Verlag
Springer Nature Singapore
DOI
https://doi.org/10.1007/978-981-97-1503-9_5