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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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.