India’s government is planning to shift the focus of urban transport from the country’s old, dusty, dirt-and-gravel routes to high-speed, digital-enabled mobility.
The government’s urban transport plan, which will be rolled out over the next few years, aims to provide a pan-India solution to India’s urban congestion.
The plan is the culmination of a major shift in government policy, which has shifted the focus away from the old, dirt roads, which were mostly in the north and the east of India, towards high-tech, digital infrastructure.
This includes a massive expansion of bus and metro services, and a slew of new bus, subway and metro lines.
The plan will also provide a comprehensive and integrated urban transportation system that will link cities of the northeast with urban centres of cities in the rest of India.
This transformation is happening at a time when India’s road network is shrinking by an estimated 50% in the next five years, and as more people move to cities and towns, the need for new routes is growing.
In a recent survey of urban planners in the capital New Delhi, nearly half of them said they are looking to get into the bus industry.
In the cities of central India, it is estimated that a third of the population currently travels on the bus, which is not only a necessity but also a blessing.
It’s not just for commuting but also to get around town.
It is the bus that is making it possible for many of these people to commute in the country, but not for the same reason.
India’s buses have been slow and inefficient for decades, partly because of the country being the world’s largest market for automobiles, and because of poor road construction.
But now the government is going all-in on the buses, which have become an essential part of the urban transport infrastructure in India.
In India, the number of buses in use is more than 80 million, which accounts for a quarter of the entire population.
The government is considering introducing a new fleet of buses that would be capable of carrying 2,000 passengers per hour, which could be enough to transport over 100 million people in the cities.
The buses will be powered by electric power, and the vehicles will be able to take off and land on the road at a speed of up to 10 kilometers per hour.
In the city of Pune, the new buses will replace the old buses, and in the city-state of Chennai, they will be the backbone of the city’s bus system.
And in cities such as Ahmedabad and Chennai, the buses will soon be a regular part of residents’ lives.
While the buses are being developed, India is also trying to make the country a greener and more sustainable place, one where the use of cars is at a record low.
The new urban transport strategy, called the Integrated Urban Mobility Plan (IUMP), aims to bring about a 20% reduction in the number and emissions of air pollutants, while building an environmentally sound urban transport system.
This is the story behind the new cities of IndiaAs India’s population has grown and the country is getting more urban, the government has been looking for ways to improve the quality of its cities.
India has been known for its green urban design, and this is evident in its many green parks and green spaces.
In a recent poll of planners, almost half of those surveyed said they would be interested in going to the countryside and being part of nature.
The new transport strategy also aims to make it easier for people to move around India, by increasing the number, quality and speed of the roads.
This will be achieved by making the existing roads less congested and more open to the public, which, according to the government, will lead to better access to places like parks and beaches.
In addition, the strategy aims to improve air quality and air quality monitoring by connecting people with information and technology, in the same way that India is doing with its national parks.
The IUMP is not the only major transformation India is undergoing.
The country is also expanding its road network and investing heavily in the new infrastructure.
The Ministry of Road Transport and Highways (MoRHT) is setting up new highways that will be built in the southern and northern states of India in order to boost public transport.
These new highways will also connect cities of southern India with the north.
The first section of these highways is being built in Maharashtra.
The project is scheduled to be completed in 2021.
In many cities of northern India, buses are not an option for daily travel.
The bus system has been slowly becoming more modernised in recent years, as cities in western India have embraced public transport for their transport needs.
In fact, the state of Maharashtra is the only one in India where buses are actually being used to transport people.
The state of Gujarat, however, has not had a bus system for decades.
It was the state that had the worst road congestion in the world, and