Research

  • Type: Reports

    To encourage sustainable development in cities, the Indian government is promoting Transit-Oriented Development (TOD) as an urban growth strategy to create vibrant, livable neighborhoods along efficient public transit. This requires significant...

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    Topics: Transit Oriented Development
  • Type: Publications

    This document describes and analyses six state-led alternative mechanisms that provide an end-to-end area development approach that enables land acquisition, it's planning, and servicing, as well as methods to capture the land’s increased...

    Author: Rejeet Mathews, Madhav Pai, Tintu Sebastian, and Souhardhya Chakraborty
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  • Type: Publications

    Encouraging Design Practices for Sustainable Mobility in Indian Townships: A Guidebook, is WRI India’s publication that highlights the role of urban design interventions that can be applied in townships or gated communities in cities, that...

    Author: Saritha Sudhakaran, Lakshmi Rajagopalan, Anjali Mahendra, Jaya Dhindaw, and Madhav Pai
    Topics: Transit Oriented Development
  • Type: Publications

    A graphical interpretation of the Delhi TOD Policy based on the policy and regulation documents that are available in the public domain as of October 2016 . This work is taken up under the auspices of the MoU between Unified Traffic and...

    Author: Prerna Mehta, Neha Mungekar, Merlyn Mathew
    Topics: Transit Oriented Development
  • Type: Presentations

    Delhi is at a defining moment in terms of preparing itself for the next few decades with the Master Plan 2021. Recognizing the urgent need for Delhi to be prepared to receive huge in-migrations by 2021, the Transit Oriented Development (TOD)...

    Author: Prerna Mehta, Neha Mungekar, Merlyn Mathew
    Topics: Transit Oriented Development
  • Type: Reports

    In 2014, WRI India Sustainable Cities and Shell Foundation mentored three early-stage businesses to deliver large-scale improvements in the auto-rickshaw ecosystems of Pune, Bangalore, and Chennai. Chosen through a competitive process – the...

    Author: Jyot Chadha
    Topics: Intermediate Public Transport, Mobility Policies & Planning