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1.Pune races ahead with issuing smart elements RFP

In a bid to outpace its Smart City peers, Pune Smart City Development Corporation (PSDCL) has issued requests for proposal (RFPs)


2.Fifteen smart city tenders issued in a month

India is indeed going all out for its Smart City Mission programme. The ULBs, which are de facto part of the newly established SPVs for every winning smart city have floated around 15 RFPs for their respective smart city elements.


3.NHAI’s big plans – Awarding highway projects of Rs 1 lakh crore in current fiscal

The National Highways Authority of India (NHAI) expects to award projects worth Rs 1 lakh crore for constructing about 6,500 km of highways in the current FY2017.


4.Early Movers!

The Smart City Mission has finally started outsmarting its critics. With all 20 SPVs having been formed and a combination of true-blue managers and IAS officers appointed as CEOs, CW tracks the movers and shakers of the initiative.


5.We will focus on area-based development, tourism and heritage

Regarded as the spiritual capital of India, Varanasi is known for its incredible number of 84 ghats or embankments, making tourism one of the city´s most important industries.


6.BEST to get intelligent management system

The Brihanmumbai Electric Supply and Transport committee has planned to appoint a service provider to implement an Intelligent Transport Management System (ITMS) for its bus transport system. Reports suggest that the development of the system will require nine months and another three for trials and testing.


7.Artificial Intelligence for traffic management

Come 2019, the Delhi traffic police will have easier lives, thanks to Artificial Intelligence (AI), as the capital will have its own intelligent traffic management system (ITMS).


8.Kochi to soon get integrated traffic management system

The Cochin Smart City Mission (CSML) is making efforts to control the traffic signals in the city from one point, thus enabling smooth flow of vehicles through busy signals.


9.How are smart solutions such as ICCC and ITMS benefitting cities?

An ICCC collates information to analyse data for quicker decision-making


10.Smart Cities: Tendering Opportunities Worth Rs.382 Billion!

33 per cent of the total 5,151 projects under the Smart Cities mission have been completed or are currently under implementation, utilising 25 per cent of the envisaged investment. Since the launch of the mission, projects worth Rs 2 trillion are in various stages of implementation in the 100 cities.