One of the projects key components was helping three Indian cities prepare Low Carbon Comprehensive Mobility Plans (LCMPs). These plans factored in a wide range of variables, using a detailed analytic approach. Drawing from this data, the plans suggested alternative sustainable scenarios and strategies that would help achieve both climate and development goals. The three cities — Udaipur, Rajkot, and Visakhapatnam — also participated in the Indian Government's Smart Cities Mission.
LCMPs were developed using a step-by-step approach that included:
Visakhapatnam is a city located on the southeastern coast of India. Vizag, as it was popularly referred to, was the country’s seventh largest city by 2010, and its rapidly growing population was...Read More
By the year 2010, Rajkot, the was the fourth-largest city in the state of Gujarat, and had experienced significant growth in recent years. In the previous two decades. The urban population...Read More
When the project began Udaipur, the City of Lakes, was one of India’s leading tourist destinations, drawing both domestic and foreign tourists. Once the capital of the 16th -century Mewar kingdom...Read More