Ever since the smart city project commenced in T Nagar, the area has been in the limelight. Organisations such as The Institute for Transportation and Development Policy (ITDP) have been working closely with Chennai Corporation and Chennai Smart City Limited, to understand the challenges particular to the locality, and propose sustainable mobility interventions. In an interview with Citizen Matters Chennai, Aswathy Dilip, Senior Programme Manager at ITDP India talks about the Smart City projects and how they have the potential to propel T Nagar on to the league of international cities and neighbourhoods. Ashwathy leads the Complete Streets strategy, policy and project work for ITDP, India. With support from her team, she works with the national, state and city governments, providing them technical assistance on sustainable and equitable urban mobility. The state has been talking about a Non Motorised Transport (NMT) policy since 2014. Yet, we do not see much visible progress on
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The Gwalior Traffic Police are all set to involve the public in solving the traffic problems in the city and bring some sense of order and control to the present chaotic traffic system.The Smart City authorities have been finding it tough to resolve the traffic related problems in the city. One
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