Parking Policy 2.0The Directorate of Urban Land Transport (DULT) has prepared a revised parking policy (Parking Policy 2.0) with due consultation from stakeholders, public and concerned professional bodies to achieve the following objectives:
- Move from chaotic parking to well organized parking
- Move from free parking to paid parking
- Move from Government driven parking supply to PPP/market driven parking supply & management
- Move from weak enforcement of parking regulations to active management of parking demand.
The parking policy 2.0 is approved by Government of Karnataka dated 02-02-2021, the policy document and concerned Governement orders may be downloaded from below given link:
National Urban Transport PolicyThe Ministry of Urban Development, Government of India has come up with the “National Urban Transport Policy (NUTP)” approved on 4th April 2006. A key distinction of NUTP (Ministry of Urban Development, 2006) is on the notion of addressing mobility of ‘people’ over ‘vehicles’. Thus, the NUTP has the primary aim to ensure easily accessible, safe, affordable, quick, comfortable, reliable and sustainable mobility for all and thus outline the following objectives:
- Reduce the existing levels of congestion,
- Reduce the impact of motor vehicles on urban air pollution,
- Improve road safety, and
- Foster the use of sustainable technologies that minimize the consumption of imported fuels in urban transport and thus preserve the country’s energy security.
The National Urban Transport Policy (NUTP), 2006. Download here.
Comprehensive Mobility Plan for BangaloreThe report can be downloaded here
Comprehensive Traffic and Trasportation Study (CTTP) for BangaloreThe CTTP was entrusted to be carried out by RITES Ltd. and was commissioned by Karnataka Urban Infrastructure Development & Finance Corporation (KUID&FC), a Govt. of Karnataka undertaking.
RITES submitted the final report of CTTP during October 2007. The report can be downloaded here.
Policies and guidelines by DULT
- Guidelines for Road Safety Audit
- Guidelines for planning and implementation of pedestrian infrastructure
- Bangalore Mobility indicators 2011 & 2008
Standard designs by DULT for Non Motorised Transport and Public Transport infrastructureFor seeking funding from State Urban Transport Fund (SUTF) for NMT and PT infrastructure the following standard designs are recommended.
Vulnerability Atlas of India (Digital Version)Building Materials and Technology Promotion Council (BMTPC) under Ministry of Housing and Urban Affairs (MoHUA), GoI has published hazard maps of earthquakes, wind/cyclone, floods, landslides, thunderstorm and vulnerability risk tables based on the latest data in order to help in enhancing preparedness and mitigating natural disaster. This could be downloaded from BMTPC website
Links to Some Important Websites
- Hubli Dharwad-BRTS(HD-BRTS)
- Urban Development Department(UDD)
- Bangalore Metro Rail Corporation Limited(BMRCL)
- Bruhat Bangalore Mahanagara Palike(BBMP)
- Bangalore Development Authority(BDA)
- Ministry of Urban Development(MoUD)
- Bangalore City Traffic Police(BTP)
- Bangalore Metropolitan Region Development Authority(BMRDA)
- Karnataka Urban Infrastructure Development & Finance Corporation(KUIDFC)
- Bangalore Metropolitan Transport Corporation(BMTC)
- Karnataka State Road Transport Corporation(KSRTC)
- Bangalore Transport Information System