COVID-19 Scare: 61 Per Cent Commuters Won't Take Mumbai Locals Any Time Soon
May 29, 2020 |
May 29, 2020
According to TERI, the urban transportation landscape is likely to undergo significant changes due to the ongoing COVID-19 crisis.
Public transport usage to see decline after Covid-19 outbreak ends: Study
May 19, 2020 |
May 19, 2020
A perception study, based on a survey across 51 cities in the country from April 7 to 26 by TERI, revealed that 35% commuters are likely to change their mode of transport for work after the outbreak ends.
Why India Needs to Give Cyclists, Pedestrians Their Own Space on Road
May 1, 2020
The COVID-19 pandemic is likely to have a tremendous impact on the way India moves in the days to come. As the society is expected to deal with this dreaded disease even after lockdown norms are eased, limiting contact between people and following safe distancing standards are going to become a reality for coming several months or maybe for years ahead. Considering that mobility forms a crucial part of our daily lives, staying away from transport systems cannot be an option which calls for a need to review the existing transportation scenario, and adapt it suitably.
Covid-19: Innovative Solutions Required for Labour Shortages, Disruptions in Supply Chain of Essential Commodities
May 1, 2020
Government agencies along with the private sector has already taken significant steps to ensure essential items reach the public. Some more innovative solution could further help smoothen operations. Ensuring worker safety and reassuring workers is essential. The government can consider providing insurance for all workers involved in essential services, similar to that provided for health workers. To prevent transmission of the coronavirus, strong protocols have to be established to identify workers with possible symptoms.
The Future of Electric Vehicles May Ride on Two Wheels
April 25, 2020 |
April 25, 2020
The Wall Street Journal
Electric motorcycles and scooters could soon have their moment in India, China and other emerging markets, according to projections from TERI.
Blue skies and brown earth
April 24, 2020
| Business Standard
Covid-19 has brought almost the entire world and all forms of transport to a screeching halt. Even non-motorised transport like walking and cycling have been shut down. The long-term question is whether humans will go back to their old transport policies and practices or whether the virus will lead them to design, build and operate a more sustainable transport system.