4 projects get STAMP of approval

  • | Sunday | 9th July, 2017

Research grant awardees of the Station Access and Mobility Program (STAMP) 2017 challenge organised by World Resources Institute and Toyota Mobility Foundation, in Bengaluru on Saturday. “Strong last-mile connectivity has the potential to improve metro ridership by up to 15%,” said Pawan Mulukutla, Head-Integrated Transport, WRI India Ross Centre. The four startups will be awarded research grants to execute pilot projects at select stations. The fifth winner, CiFoS (Citizens for Sustainability), has been selected as an enabler, and will help the other grant awardees with their pilot projects. | Photo Credit: K_MURALI_KUMARFour entrepreneurs who pitched solutions to improve the first- and last-mile connectivity to Namma Metro stations in Bengaluru will soon get a chance to execute their ideas.

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