Maha Metro is planning to implement a mobility app for the city of Nagpur in India. The app will show all available modes of transportation (public and private) connecting the first mile (origin) to Metro and Metro to last-mile (destination).
The app will also display multiple journey options, i.e., search results with probable cost, tentative journey time, greenest mode among all suggested options, the carbon footprint for other mode options, etc. Such a service is dependent on high-quality mobility data. Maha Metro will, therefore, build its capacity to operate and maintain the platform. Besides, the project will help to develop standardized data on the route network and schedules of all public transport modes, provide integrated maps/navigation of all public transport modes.
The project aims to increase public transport ridership in Nagpur through a platfrom for integrated journey planning that informs public transport users on the shortest, cheapest and most environmentally friendly public transport alternatives.
Mission to Nagpur in August 2019
Slight project adjustments and clarification of scope
Grant agreement being processed, ready for implementation
Rohan Shailesh Modi
Since several years he is working with GIZ with a focus on Asia & Africa. At TUMI he is on an ambitious journey to ensure procurement of 100000 E-buses by 2025. An energy manager by academics, he specializes in coupling digitization and circular economy topics with sustainable mobility solutions.
Focus Areas: TUMI E-Mobility, TUMI E-Bus Mission
Stephanie Sophie Pons-Dechent
Transport Policy Advisor
Former consultant for KfW Development Bank in the field of nature protection, prioritizing on sustainable conservation finance. She has worked in Brazil, India and Ghana. Stephanie studied Business Administration and Economic Geography, focusing on new mobility trends.
Focus Areas: WMW
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Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH
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Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development
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