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India - Efficient and Sustainable City Bus Service Project (English)


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    Implementation Completion and Results Report

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    South Asia,

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    India - Efficient and Sustainable City Bus Service Project

  • Keywords

    energy sector management assistance; Urban and Rural Development; sustainable city; sustainable urban transport; public transport service; heavy duty; reimbursable advisory services; reduced wear and tear; city bus; greenhouse gas emission; fuel efficiency; passenger information system; User satisfaction Survey; Special Purpose Vehicle; wheel alignment; intelligent transport system; migration of labor; grievance redress mechanism; climate change mitigation; learning by doing; public transportation mode; public transport mode; free bus service; planning and design; mode of transport; shortage of product; city level performance; global positioning system; national capacity; urban bus sector; investment in capacity; bus operator; physical cultural resources; Public Bus Transport; support for investment; controlling air pollution; peer to peer; vehicle fuel efficiency; theory of change; capacity development initiatives; expressions of interest; private sector operator; informed decision making; high fuel consumption; intermediate indicator; private operator; ghg emissions; maintenance equipment; bus operation; transit agency; clean bus; qr code; project costing; business planning; Public Transit; fiscal constraint; social distance; exchange rate; limited capacity; own fund; equipment usage; result indicator; indian rupee; emission savings; Indicator Baseline; Indicator Target; outcome indicator; project duration; institutional strengthening; fuel saving; modern equipment; Exchange Rates; demonstration effect; knowledge exchange; international study; GHG Reduction; government fund; fleet utilization; environmental safeguard; urban setting; best practice; transport agency; city train; effective operations; operational planning; consultancy service; vehicle maintenance; train activity; Traffic Safety; vehicle repair; water pollution; performance management; grant effectiveness; results framework; outcome targets; global commitment; national scheme; cleaner technology; Environmental Assessment; bus availability; high ridership; mode shift; improved service; land suitability; bus procurement; market player; equipment specification; co2 emission; benefit analysis; project impact; bus stop; bus commuter; safety feature; high share; daily ridership; in work; urban passenger; average data; health aspects; institutional memory; land acquisition; pilot testing; college student; improved information; staff turnover; local expert; mature market; service coverage; feedback systems; trip planning; water consumption; high pressure; data quality; test bench; first wave; payment mechanism; mitigation measure; improvement strategy; reduced expenditure; fund allocations; air compressor; parking facility; electricity bill; solar panel; new model; city official; driving experience; vehicle track; travel pattern; online sale; user surveys; institutional system; operational efficiency; parking place; potential exposure; nitrogen gas; business model; bus system; indian context; value chain; Transport Systems; urban dweller; Job Creation; enhancing competitiveness; road safety; private vehicle; personal safety; bus route; Urban Transit; City Governance; vicious cycle; bus depot; new city; Urban Renewal; support infrastructure; incremental cost; beneficiary group; bus ridership; route planning; regulatory structure; Public-Private Partnership; enabling environment



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India - Efficient and Sustainable City Bus Service Project (English). Washington, D.C. : World Bank Group.