EMBARQ, the World Resources Institute’s Centre for Sustainable Transport, is seeking a Communications Manager for its India Programme. This position is based in Mumbai, and reports to the Strategy Head – Institutional Development.
EMBARQ India submitted a policy document to the Government of Tamil Nadu to improve the IPT sector in the state
9 May 2013 | Chennai: EMBARQ India recently prepared and submitted a comprehensive Intermediate Public Transport (IPT) policy to the Transport Commissioner, Government of Tamil Nadu, to enable the government to better regulate the IPT sector in Chennai (and other cities in the State), as well as promote reforms in this increasingly important mode of urban transport.
EMBARQ, the World Resources Institute’s Centre for Sustainable Transport, is seeking an Associate for its India Program. The successful candidate will be based in Bangalore, and will report to the Project Manager – Urban Development and Accessibility.
Making Gurgaon Cycle-Friendly
Photo: (L-R) Dr. Praveen Kumar, HUDA Administrator, Ashok Sangwan, Commissioner Municipal Corporation of Gurgaon (MCG), and Sarika Panda Bhatt, EMBARQ India at the cycle rally.
On April 15-16, Indian and international experts will discuss the current scenario of sustainable transport and urban planning in India, and the opportunities for the future of sustainable cities.
CONNECTKaro 2013 is held in partnership with:
Brihanmumbai Electric Supply and Transport Undertaking (BEST)
EMBARQ is supported by: