NITI Aayog and IRF recently signed a Statement of Intent to cooperate in the field of ITS in India.
“The work of this national platform will provide a coherent and consistent National ITS Policy covering domains such as traffic and parking management, enforcement, and security.
It will contribute to the government of India’s SMART City Program, the Make in India initiative, and to a host of other initiatives aimed at the economic and social development of India,” said Vijay Chibber, advisor, IRF and former secretary, Ministry of Road Transport and Highways (MoRTH).
At present, ITS has been partially implemented in very few cities in India including Mumbai, Bangalore, Surat and Bhopal
With inputs from: Agencies
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