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MOUD TOD NMT Bikeshare Guidelines

The Ministry of Urban Development (MoUD) and the Government of India, supported by the Global Environment Facility, World Bank, and UNDP, retained IBI Group to develop national-level guidance documents for Transit Oriented Development (TOD), Non-Motorized Transportation (NMT), and Public Bicycle Sharing (PBS) Schemes.


Client
Ministry of Urban Development, Government of India
Location
Country-wide, India
2016 Completed

The Government of India has initiated the Sustainable Urban Transport Project with the Ministry of Urban Development as the nodal agency, and supported by the Global Environment Facility, World Bank, and UNDP. The project aims to enhance the capacity of local governments to implement sustainable transportation concepts within the country, and includes the preparation of guidance documents for developing TOD, NMT, and PBS plans. Six, city-specific plans were also prepared to test the applicability of these guidelines at the local level.

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Ashish Ghate

Director | Sr. Practice Lead, Urban Design / Planning
Toronto, ON

Toronto, ON
https://www.linkedin.com/in/ashish-ghate-3a48441a/

With a background in Architecture, Urban Design and Planning, Ashish Ghate brings a keen eye for good urban form and the complexities of city building to his role as a project manager and urban designer/planner. Ashish has worked on a variety of master planning and site planning projects based in North, Central and South America, Middle East, Eastern Europe, and India.

His experience includes all aspects of project development and spans multiple scales ranging from regional plans, master plans, transit-oriented-design, streetscape master plans, urban intensification projects and guidelines focusing on policy as well as detailed design standards. Ashish’s impressive portfolio includes a number projects focused on the importance of urban design and the balance between functional and aesthetic concerns of a project. Whereas his architectural background brings a solid building typology and infrastructure knowledge base to his work.