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Cast Study of Reforms in Mumbai's Auto-Rickshaw and Taxi Services - BC Khatua, IAS


SESSION 4A - ‘Role of Rickshaws/Taxi in Sustainable Transport’

SESSION 4A - ‘Role of Rickshaws/Taxi in Sustainable Transport’

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  • 1. Case Study of Reforms in Mumbai’s Auto-rickshaw and Taxi ServicesMr. B. C. Khatua, IAS (Retd), Director, Mumbai TransformationSupport Unit (MTSU)
  • 2. Overview of Mumbai’s transport systemComponents of Mumbai’s Intermediate Public Transport(IPT) sectorKey characteristics of auto-rickshaw and taxi servicesKey challengesCase study of taxi and auto-rickshaw reforms in Mumbai- Reforms implemented- Proposed reformsRecommendations for future reformsStructure of Presentation
  • 3. Overview of Mumbai’s transport system
  • 4. Mode Shares (no train, no walk) inMumbai, 2008
  • 5. Mode Shares (no walk) in Mumbai,2008
  • 6. Mode Shares (all modes) in Mumbai,2008
  • 7. Contribution of IPT to an integrated publictransport system in Mumbai (feeder to trainstations)Island CitySuburbsMMR
  • 8. Components of Mumbai’s IPT Sector
  • 9. Key characteristics of auto-rickshawand taxi services in Mumbai (MMR)Auto-rickshaws TaxisFleet size 1,70,000 45,000Mode shares* (notrain, no walk)15% 5%Trip purposes • Feeder to masstransport for workcommute trips.• Occasional tripsfor shopping,recreation andaccess toairport/rail station• Long distancework commutetrips;• Occasional tripsfor shopping,recreation, andaccess toairport/rail stationMajor manufacturers Bajaj Hyundai; Maruti;Premier PadminiFuel used CNG CNG* From Mumbai Comprehensive Transportation Study
  • 10. Key challenges facing the sector
  • 11. Problems associated with unorganizedservices
  • 12. What types of reforms are required?
  • 13. Case study of Auto-rickshaw and Taxireforms in Mumbai
  • 14. Auto-rickshaw and Taxi sector reformsImplemented
  • 15. Auto-rickshaw and Taxi sector reformsProposed
  • 16. Auto-rickshaws and taxis are an integral part of Mumbai’stransport system, catering to the mobility needs of a large sectionof populationThrough the initiatives of the government, a few reforms havebeen implemented which are providing benefits to both driversand passengersHowever, challenges remain that need to be addressed throughfollowing initiatives:• Organized auto-rickshaw service• Dedicated auto-rickshaw and taxi stands• Vehicle inspection and maintenance facilities• Driver training facilitiesConclusions