• Traffic Management N Mumbai
    INTRODUCTION Traffic Management is a very serious issue today. Traffic in Mumbai especially is seen as a major drawback for the city. Everyone belonging to this city of dreams has at some point in their life faced a traffic snarl which has made them wish they lived anywhere else. The core reason for...
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  • traffic problem
    Traffic congestion in Mumbai When one thinks of Mumbai, what inevitably comes to mind are images of overcrowded trains or queues of cars and yellow-black taxis, bumper to bumper, constantly honking. A single word to characterise the situation is saturation. If 60% of the 20.8 million inhabitants...
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  • Economy Policies to Convert Mumbai Into Shangai
    Mumbai and Shanghai: Present day Mumbai: MENTION Mumbai, and it immediately conjures up images of high-rise buildings and sprawling slums, of bustling traffic and interminable commutes and of billionaire industrialists and wretched beggars. The city is bursting at its seams but still manages to chug...
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  • Reducing Traffic in Mumbai Local
    Reduce Traffic By Resolving Contradictions By KRD Pravin Population explosion is a curse as well as a boon for India. It is the second biggest market of the world. It is a strength, but at the same time it causes a scarcity of infrastructure and results in other infrastructure related issues. Mumbai is...
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  • Avoid Traffic
    @8.suggestions 1. Make use of Local Radios: Invariably all local and community (FM) radios keep broadcasting traffic situation around. Make it a habit to listen local FM while taking bath or spending time at toilets. When you hear about possibility of road blockades, don’t take risk. 2. Plan...
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  • Bombay History
    Bombay History, people and city Bombay, Mumbai; Which one? This is one of the questions that I will be investigating. Mumbai used to be called Bombay until 1995 when it was renamed. The city Bombay boasts a fabulous history. It used to be a colony of 7 islands. The islands are: Colaba, Mazagaon...
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  • Problems of Best Bus
    and concentration of economic activities and are complex spatial structures that are supported by transport systems. The most important transport problems are often related to urban areas and take place when transport systems, for a variety of reasons, cannot satisfy the numerous requirements of urban...
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  • Dharavi
    dharavi-no longer dharavi!! toc: 1)dump the slums 2)article on unmployement 3)previous years contributuion 4)how is it adding to traffic in Mumbai? 5)how is tourism affected? 1)Wow our country is popular for one thing-dharavi sums,the biggest in our continent.the negative impacts of slums...
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  • Traffic Decongestion
    Decongesting Traffic in Mumbai by Ash Rodrigues in Issues, January 18, 2009 In a city that’s bustling with over 18 million people, Mumbai, the financial capital of India is more populated than likes Philadelphia, Detroit, Dallas, Houston and Washington DC all put together. To manage mobility within...
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  • Traffic Problems in Mumbai City
    Traffic problems in mumbai city At present more than 20 lac vehicles have been registered in Mumbai alone. Besides these, maximum vehicles registered in Thane division are being used in Mumbai city. The population of Mumbai is more than 1.24 crore besides additional fluctuating population of 30 lac...
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  • Local Trains
    Trains: The Lifeline of Mumbai July 17, 2007 Rohan Rao Leave a comment Go to comments [pic]When a true to the core Mumbaikar utters “Aamchi Mumbai”, the local trains will always be an inseparable element of the true spirits reflected in these. The locals have become a hallmark of Mumbai and one is not surprised...
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  • Mega Cities
    world. Some examples of Mega cities are : Mexico city, Mumbai (India), Bangkok, Cairo and manilla. There are many challenges from living in a mega city that is in a developing world. Some of these challenges surround : Housing Traffic Infrastructure Water and Power Supplies Sanitation...
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  • Problems in Big Cities
    gas emissions while housing 2.7% of its population.[2] Air pollution, while not as severe as in cities like Los Angeles or Beijing, remains a major problem. The city's air has high levels of ozone and particulates, and residents in some neighborhoods have very high rates of asthma. Pollution varies greatly...
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  • Update on Tata Motors
    Tata to launch 1 BHK Cars for Mumbai residents stuck in traffic Published on July 29, 2013by Pagal Patrakar Mumbai. Tata Group is combining the expertise of Tata Housing and Tata Motors to launch a product that serves the purpose of a residential flat as well as that of a motor vehicle. The product...
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  • The Region of Mumbai
    Mumbai is from "Mumba", the name of the Hindu goddess Mumbadevi, and Aai. During the 16th century, the Portuguese named the area Bom Bahia, "Good Bay." Once the British gained possession, its name was changed once again to Bombay. Then, officially changed to Mumbai in 1995, but the former name is still...
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  • Transport in India
    in the east to Peshawar in the west across the Indo-Gangetic Plains. IMPORTANCE OF ROADS * Roads are suitable for short distance travels and traffic movement. * Construction and maintenance of roads are cheap and easy. * Loading and unloading of goods in trucks involves less amount of money...
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  • operation strategy of mumbai dabbawala
     operations  strategy  of  Mumbai’s  Dabbawala.  Report   will  start  by  explaining  the  business  model  of  Mumbai  Dabbawalas  and  what   makes  them  so  special.  After  that  report  will  analyse  their  operation...
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  • Role of Transportation in Indian Economy
    enhancement plans. Roads. Roads are the dominant mode of transportation in India today. They carry almost 90 percent of the country’s passenger traffic and 65 percent of its freight. The density of India’s highway network -- at 0.66 km of highway per square kilometer of land – is similar to that of...
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  • Case on Indian Railway
    The British leaders wanted to be able to transfer soldiers quickly to places of unrest. Railways seemed to be the ideal solution to all these problems. Work began on the development of railway systems in India in the early 1850s. Initially, trains were used to transport material between different...
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  • Finance Airports
    India’s transport infrastructure and it plays an increasingly important role in providing connectivity. The projections for both passenger & cargo traffic growth, coupled with the deficient & lagging airport & allied Infrastructure, calls for an urgent need to build & augment India’s Aviation Infrastructure...
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