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  • State of Urbanization: Although 30% of India’s population is urban, & the cities are the engines of economic growth, in India’s federal structure of governance, the state leaders are much stronger than city leaders. This is because the states are still predominantly rural and state leaders are elected by the rural populace. They have to address this urban-rural dichotomy, providing livelihood possibilities in both regions. But they are wary of devolving power to the cities. The rapid rate of transformation at this stage of urbanization makes institutional and systematic solutions harder to implement. Flyover Capacity: Given that India is still in the early stages of its urban transformation, technical and human resource capacity to deal with urban problems is low across all stakeholder groups – government, private sector and civil society. The lack of capacity becomes a big challenge for the implementation projects.
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    • 1. Urbanization S Curve
    • 2. Connect People to Cities Sustainable Transport to Urban Development Urban Development to Health & Road Safety Karo Ideas to Action
    • 3. 1. Sustainable Transport Trends
    • 4. 2. Transit Oriented Development
    • 5. 3. Road Safety
    • 6. 4. Active Commuting & Living
    • 7. 5. Leveraging Private Sector Capacity & Investments
    • 8. s Sustainable Transport Trends - Opportunities & Challenges for India Transit Oriented Development Road Safety Integrated Planning Gender & Public Spaces Communicating Bangalore’s Bus Routes Creating Vibrant Cities & Healthy Communities Car Free Days Role for Developers Enhancing Safe Access Transport Demand Management for Businesses Media Matters: Mainstreaming Sustainable Transport
    • 9. iBus, Indore
    • 10. MyBus, Bhopa l
    • 11. Sitilink, Surat
    • 12. BIG Bus Network, Bangalore
    • 13. Station Access to Namma Metro, Bangalore
    • 14. HSR Neighbourhood Improvement Plan, Bangalore
    • 15. Public Space Design, Hubli Dharwad