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Urban Mobility

A comprehensive urban mobility improvement plan is envisaged in Udaipur comprising micro level
interventions in the walled city area (as part of Area based development) as well urban transport
solutions for the entire city under the pan city component. It includes enhancing the share of public
transport usage from current levels of 3% to 10% with the introduction of about 100 buses, which
may rise up to 32% by 2041 with the increase in fleet size as suggested in the c
Mobility Plan.
Scope: This module will comprise the following activities with a total estimated cost of about Rs 138
crores :
Measures to improve traffic circulation Decongestion and acquisition, if necessary, along major arterial routes
Reorganising road geometry and RoW along roads with larger footpaths, unobstructed pathways
Relocation of Mukherjee Nagar Mandi
Introducing restrictions on vehicular traffic in walled city in a phased manner.
Promotion of pedestrianisation, cycling (Public bicycle sharing) and operation of battery operated vehicles for local movement;
Modernised Intermediate Public Transit (IPT) system that would cater to last mile connectivity needs through introduction of GPS enabled BS III/BS IV four wheelers that enable better control & monitoring and real time information dissemination

Smart car parking outside walled city boundaries for the residents as well as the visitors

The above measures would be integrated with the pan-city proposals for comprehensive improvement in public transport for the entire city, e.g. procurement of GPS enabled semi-low floor buses as per UBS II,
development of bus stands and smart bus shelters relaying real time information on buses through GPS enabled devices.
Smart parking


Smart Mobility 
Smart Traffic Signalling systems, Pelican Signalling at major junctions & locations with heavy pedestrian load like hospitals, courts, etc. with the objective of making Udaipur as a NMT friendly and walkable city
Development of a Traffic Management Centre integrated with 24x7 surveillance system through cameras all across the city, integrated with Road Accident Analysis System, Incident Management System
GPS enablement of buses as per UBS II, and also of IPTs which would be integrated with Command & Control Centre and real time information dissemination to passengers through Passenger Information System
Smart Bus shelters with LED display (Passenger Information System)
Smart Parking Management System with parking sensors and VMS displays that relay
information on the availability of parking spaces at key locations, and also provide the information through mobile apps


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Government of India has now announced the list of 20 cities selected to be taken up for development as smart cities in Round 1 of the Smart City Programme out of the 97 competing cities. On the basis of the scoring done by the panel of experts, the top 20 cities have been selected for funding in the current financial year (2015-16).

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