GMDA releases draft mobility plan for public feedback on its official website
| Monday | 16th September, 2019
Gurugram: After a month's delay, the Gurugram Metropolitan Development Authority (GMDA) has shared a draft version of its Mobility Management Plan (MMP) for public feedback on its official website.
It comprises a 352-page document prepared by the Delhi's School of Planning and Architecture, provides a detailed look into the existing status quo and future of mobility in Gurugram.
Public transport, meanwhile, accounts for only seven per cent which comprises of buses and shared autos.
So far, efforts to improve mobility in Gurugram have focused mainly on conditions of vehicular traffic and the CMP is expected to rectify this approach.
The city witnesses about 17 lakh people, the current population that makesabout 20 lakh trips each day, two-thirds of which are within city limits.
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