Nagpur 2022

Nagpur 2022


Are you a mobility company that is looking to promote more sustainable and integrated transport across India?  If so, participate in STAMP Nagpur’s Last Mile Challenge. 

The Station Access and Mobility Program (STAMP), led by WRI India Ross Center and Toyota Mobility Foundation, has partnered with Maharashtra Metro Rail Corporation Limited (MAHA-METRO) to launch the sixth edition of its Challenge in Nagpur in 2022. 

The program enables station accessibility through a partnership model with entrepreneurs and innovators, backed by an emphasis on data and research. We are looking for solutions that can increase access to mass transit while also reducing the carbon footprint of urban transport in each city. 

Selected enterprises will have a unique opportunity to implement 2-month pilots in Nagpur to: 

>  Execute pilots at Nagpur Metro that focus on sustainability and better connectivity

>  Engage with government agencies and expand networks

>  Receive technical and financial support, as well as mentorship

>  Explore opportunities and leverage commuter data to grow ridership

Meet the Winners

QYK Bike: Low-speed e-scooters service provider based in Maharashtra.
Zero21: An electric auto manufacturer and retrofitter based in Hyderabad.

Important dates

March 16th, 2022 Launch of STAMP Nagpur Challenge
March 31st, 2022 Closing of applications
April 2022 Shortlisting of final Cohort

Workshop with Cohort

Final Pitch and Winner Announcement

June 2022 Pilot Operations Start
August 2022 Pilot Operations End
September 2022 Impact measurement of pilot solutions

About STAMP Nagpur

The Station Access and Mobility Program (STAMP) is a multi-year, multi-city initiative that aims to promote multimodal integration of metro rail with other modes of transportation in Indian cities. STAMP has previously been deployed in Bengaluru, Hyderabad, Kochi, Mumbai, and Pune.

Nagpur is the third-largest city in Maharashtra and one of India's most industrialized cities. A combination of heavy traffic, dense population and a network of highways have increased traffic and pollution in the city.

To improve connectivity across the city, Nagpur Metro was launched in 2019, and connects over 30,000 passengers daily. By investing in high-quality, integrated and affordable public transport, Nagpur can help improve access to education and job opportunities, while lowering the impacts of vehicular emissions and traffic.