EMBARQ India to be on 11-member committee on city's vehicular and pedestrian traffic issues
EMBARQ India, represented by Madhav Pai, Director, has been invited to be on a 11-member committee set up by the Maharashtra State Government to resolve Mumbai’s growing vehicular and pedestrian traffic issues. The committee is headed by the Additional Chief Secretary (Home), and includes other officials like principal secretaries of urban development, the transport department, the Transport Commissioner, MMRDA’s Joint Commissioner, MCGM’s Additional Municipal Commissioner (Roads), the Joint Commissioner of Police (Traffic), and members from the state, civic and police administration.
This committee was formed based on a directive of the Bombay High Court in response to a public interest litigation filed on the transport problems of the city. EMBARQ India, along with the Western India Automobile Association, represented by Nitin Dossa, and the Mumbai Environmental Social Network, represented by Ashok Datar, will represent the general public on this committee that has been asked to submit a report on their recommendations within 3 months.