Case Study of Reforms in Mumbai’s Auto-rickshaw and Taxi ServicesMr. B. C. Khatua, IAS (Retd), Director, Mumbai Transforma...
Overview of Mumbai’s transport systemComponents of Mumbai’s Intermediate Public Transport(IPT) sectorKey characteristics o...
Overview of Mumbai’s transport system
Mode Shares (no train, no walk) inMumbai, 2008
Mode Shares (no walk) in Mumbai,2008
Mode Shares (all modes) in Mumbai,2008
Contribution of IPT to an integrated publictransport system in Mumbai (feeder to trainstations)Island CitySuburbsMMR
Components of Mumbai’s IPT Sector
Key characteristics of auto-rickshawand taxi services in Mumbai (MMR)Auto-rickshaws TaxisFleet size 1,70,000 45,000Mode sh...
Key challenges facing the sector
Problems associated with unorganizedservices
What types of reforms are required?
Case study of Auto-rickshaw and Taxireforms in Mumbai
Auto-rickshaw and Taxi sector reformsImplemented
Auto-rickshaw and Taxi sector reformsProposed
Auto-rickshaws and taxis are an integral part of Mumbai’stransport system, catering to the mobility needs of a large secti...
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Cast Study of Reforms in Mumbai's Auto-Rickshaw and Taxi Services - BC Khatua, IAS

  1. 1. Case Study of Reforms in Mumbai’s Auto-rickshaw and Taxi ServicesMr. B. C. Khatua, IAS (Retd), Director, Mumbai TransformationSupport Unit (MTSU)
  2. 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. 3. Overview of Mumbai’s transport system
  4. 4. Mode Shares (no train, no walk) inMumbai, 2008
  5. 5. Mode Shares (no walk) in Mumbai,2008
  6. 6. Mode Shares (all modes) in Mumbai,2008
  7. 7. Contribution of IPT to an integrated publictransport system in Mumbai (feeder to trainstations)Island CitySuburbsMMR
  8. 8. Components of Mumbai’s IPT Sector
  9. 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. 10. Key challenges facing the sector
  11. 11. Problems associated with unorganizedservices
  12. 12. What types of reforms are required?
  13. 13. Case study of Auto-rickshaw and Taxireforms in Mumbai
  14. 14. Auto-rickshaw and Taxi sector reformsImplemented
  15. 15. Auto-rickshaw and Taxi sector reformsProposed
  16. 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

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