• Economics
    debate has been raging in the country on whether transit facilities should be given to India or not through the land territory of Bangladesh. Some argue that it should not be given unless some core bilateral issues with India are resolved, while some have advanced the view that transit is an economic issue...
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  • Vehicular Pollution
    Vehicular Pollution - An intricate problem of Urban areas….1 ❖ 2) Advancement of transport system ; a CURSE – Causes…...2 ❖ 3) Vehicular emission in KOLKATA………………………………8 SPM & RSPM Air quality at Different Traffic Intersections ...
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  • Road Safety
    social and economic problem in developing countries like India. Growth in the number of motor vehicles, poor enforcement of traffic safety regulations, poor quality of roads and vehicles, and inadequate public health infrastructures are some of the road safety problems facing in India. The object of...
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  • Tranportation of india
     GEOGRAPHY PROJECT TRANSPORT OF INDIA OBJECTIVE 1. To develop an understanding of terms, concepts and principles related to geography. 2. To understand the use of natural resources and development of regions by mankind. 3. To know the availability of resources, understand, explain their...
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  • Reducing Traffic in Mumbai Local
    Archive Reader Feedback Editorial Panel Search: Articles A D LIN KS Case Study: 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...
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  • Road Safety
    UMTRI-2009-1 JANUARY 2009 ROAD SAFETY IN INDIA: CHALLENGES AND OPPORTUNITIES DINESH MOHAN OMER TSIMHONI MICHAEL SIVAK MICHAEL J. FLANNAGAN ROAD SAFETY IN INDIA: CHALLENGES AND OPPORTUNITIES Dinesh Mohan Omer Tsimhoni Michael Sivak Michael J. Flannagan The University of Michigan Transportation...
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  • Essays
    Traffic congestion is a condition on road networks that occurs as use increases, and is characterized by slower speeds, longer trip times, and increased vehicular queueing. The most common example is the physical use of roads by vehicles. When traffic demand is great enough that the interaction between...
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  • Automated Toll Gates
    include: 1) Significant non-participation, entailing lines in manual lanes and disorderly traffic patterns as the electronic- and manual- collection cars "sort themselves out" into their respective lanes. 2) Problems with pursuing toll evaders. 3) Need, in at least some current systems, to confine vehicles...
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  • “Article 23 of the Indian Constitution – Tool of Protection Against Exploitation”
    of the Indian Constitution – Tool of Protection against Exploitation” TABLE OF CASES * Gaurav Jain v. Union of India, AIR 1997 SC 3021 * In the matter of: Prison Reforms Enhancement of Wages of Prisoners, AIR 1983 Ker.261 * Labourers Working on Salal Hydro...
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  • Study
    than your own. Please refer to the causes, the consequences if nothing is done to address this problem and possible solutions being considered at the moment.” Air Pollution in India Name: Ngoc Hung Duong ( Danny) – EAP 3 Student...
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  • Made in India
    Made in India There are about 65 million scooter owners in India. Families are forced to pile onto scooters, or make several trips to commute. Clearly, this is not an ideal form of transportation for most people. However, the low income in India has prohibited individuals from purchasing a vehicle...
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  • Brts
    TRANSIT SYSTEM IN INDIA MADHURI JAIN Research Scholar Faculty of Science D.E.I, Dayalbagh. Agra India madhulikajain32@yahoo.com ARTI SAXENA Women’s Polytechnique Dayalbagh, Agra India artisaxenadayalbagh@yahoo.com PREETVANTI SINGH Faculty of Science D.E.I, Dayalbagh, Agra India preetvantisingh@yahoo...
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  • Noise Pollution
    Abstract. Traffic related noise pollution accounts for nearly two-third of the total noise pollution in an urban area. Noise, a by product of urbanization, industrialization and motorization, is increasingly recognized as an environmental nuisance that effects human health and wellbeing. Traffic noise on...
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  • Pratik
    Traffic experts, architects against removing traffic islands - Times Of India Page 1 of 4 Vadodara Home Mumbai Jaipur City Delhi Kanpur India World Business Hyderabad Tech Sports Entertainment Allahabad Madurai Life & Style Aurangabad Mangalore Women Hot on the Web Bhopal Spirituality Chandigarh...
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  • Privatisatuion of the Airports
    Privatization of Airports in India OVERVIEW The Aviation Industry in India, its history dates back to 1912, with first flight from Karachi to New Delhi, India began by State Air Service and Imperial Airways, the support of the United Kingdom. It was really just an extension of London-Karachi flight...
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  • Traffic Congestion Alert System Using Gsm
    Traffic congestion alert system using GSM June 1, 2012 Electronic Project Ideas, Electronics Project, Electronics Project documents, Electronics Project Report, GSM Projects Traffic congestion alert system using GSM : The increase in the number of vehicles has led to Traffic congestion. During the...
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  • Trafficking of Women
    Entire Human Race There Are People Dying, If You Care Enough For The Living, Make a Better Place For You and For Me”---MICHAEL JACKSON In India, a woman is traditionally regarded as an honourable and dignified personality. She is respected as goddess. It is well known to all of us that woman...
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  • Hihui
    Courses with Lectures and Labs Course No CIV304 Cours Title TRAFFIC AND TRANSPORTATION ENGINEERING-II Course Planner 11880 :: Dolonchapa Prabhakar Lectures Tutorial Practical Credits 4 0 0 4 Text Book: 1 Kadiyali, L. R., Traffic Engineering and Transport Planning, Khanna Publishers, Delhi...
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  • Road Safety
    as a set of steps taken to minimize the number of deaths and injuries from Road Traffic Injuries (RTI). Increasingly, road safety has become a major worldwide concern. At the inquest following the first road traffic fatality in 1869, the coroner Percy Morrison reportedly said that he hoped "such...
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  • Indian Aviation Industry
    The Indian Aviation Industry Overview of Indian Aviation India is one of the growing economies of the world with an average GDP growth of over 6 percent in the last five years. For India to sustain its economic growth story it has to strengthen its infrastructure sector and in particular, critically...
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