9th Urban Mobility India Conference cum Exhibition

The Urban Mobility India (UMI) Conference and Expo is an annual event with the overarching theme which runs across all the aspects of urban mobility and is organized by the Institute of Urban Transport (India) under the aegis of the Ministry of Urban Development, Government of India. UMI is mandated

Parking plan criticised at many levels

Traffic experts think it will go against the current grain of discouraging cars in order to reduce congestion on the roads, but the Delhi Development Authority plans to change the land-use category of Gandhi Maidan in Chandni Chowk to turn the existing single-storey parking into a multi-level facility. The two-hectare parking

Riverfront roads declared no parking zone

In a major development, city police have banned entry of heavy vehicles, loading vehicles including three wheelers, and passenger autos into the riverfront roads leading from Dafnala to Sardar Brige on the Eastern Riverfront and from Chandrabhaga bridge to Ambedkar bridge in Paldi on the Western River front.  In a notification,

Parking remains a pain in Jammu

The civic bodies fail to construct enough parking lots in the city. Not only this, most of the parking lots have been given on contract by the Jammu Municipal Corporation (MC) and Jammu Development Authority (JDA) to private contractors, who charge at their will from people for parking vehicles. Nobody

Multi-level parking lots: Only vows, no action

A day after the Hyderabad Traffic Police announced jail term for repeat 'parking offenders', the Greater Hyderabad Municipal Corporation's (GHMC) ambitious multi-level parking projects have come under the scanner. While the civic body, over the past four years, have made tall claims about constructing multiple such structures across the city,

WORLD FIRST: Trial to improve conditions for disabled drivers

WORLD FIRST: Trial to improve conditions for disabled drivers Posted on December 01, 2015 Westminster City Council, in partnership with Smart Parking, is set to unveil new technology which could eliminate the issue of inconsiderate drivers parking in disabled bays. New technology emerging out of Westminster’s successful bay sensors pilot in central London now