From metro station to your last destination, Delhi aims for hassle-free mobility with a new project

A heavenly walkway connecting New Delhi railway station and metro station

A heavenly walkway connects the New Delhi railway station and the metro station.

Photo: PTI

New Delhi: Reaching the last destination after removing the metro is a stressful task in Delhi. But the authorities are now offering a solution. A new mobility program has been launched aimed at improving the multimodal integration to and from the metropolitan rail network.

Named the Station Access and Mobility Program (STAMP), the project aims to encourage better public transport uptake, multimodal mobility, data-driven planning and carbon-reducing technologies in order to improve access to public mobility services and facilitate high-quality last-mile connectivity solutions.

“As Indian cities invest more in metro railways, they also need to invest in creating an enabling environment for innovative service-providing enterprises that allow travelers to complete their long-distance journeys in easy and affordable ways,” said Executive Director at World Resources Institute India Madhav. Bai said to the media.

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STAMP is a collaborative project between the Government of Delhi and the Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) along with the Toyota Mobility Corporation and the World Resources Institute of India (WRI).
The STAMP project has three primary focus areas in Delhi. First, travelers will be able to plan their journey in public transport, across different modes of transport, on a single mobility-as-a-service platform developed under the project. Furthermore, STAMP will take advantage of existing last-mile services such as shared mobility, cars, and e-rickshaws. Finally, in areas with limited access to e-rickshaws and shared transportation, the project will partner with upcoming last-mile operators.

According to DMRC Director Vikas Kumar, the authorities are working to build smart and safe mobility solutions for travelers and last mile partners through the scheme.

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Delhi is the seventh edition of the STAMP project, which is already operating in Bengaluru, Hyderabad, Kochi, Mumbai, Pune and Nagpur.