Bengaluru’s mobility evolution begins from a relatively low base level, but the overriding proactive environment could go far in realising a much cleaner, more efficient transport ecosystem. Air quality and road congestion are currently hampered by a combination of narrow roads, urban sprawl and a vast population of privately-owned two-wheelers. Add in high population density and limited land use, and it’s a recipe for gridlock….
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April 18, 2019