A peer review workshop at the Mumbai Transformation Support Unit was led by EMBARQ.
The goal of the workshop was to review the design and technical parameters of the BRTS corridor as recommended in the feasibility report for the Mumbai BRT, submitted by CES-AECOM to MMRDA in January 2010.
The 3rd annual conference on “Intra–City Transportation” was organized by India Infrastructure Magazine at New Delhi.
Amit Bhatt from EMBARQ was invited to present at the conference. He made two presentations, one on Indore city bus operations and the other on Best Practices in Sustainable Transportation
EMBARQ India, has positively influenced Atal Indore City Transport Services Limited (AICTSL) in finalizing the station configuration for the BRT system in Indore. During the AICTSL board meeting ,it was decided that BRT stations , will now be located in the median of the road with platforms at the height of 900 mm to match the floor height of the new buses procures under the JnNURM scheme.
Chief Minister of Rajasthan Mr Ashok Gehlot formally launched the bus services on 31st July 2010.
200 new buses are procured under the JnNUM Program and will provide sustainable transport to the residents of the city.