Delhi Metro introduces Station Access and Mobility Programme
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Delhi Metro introduces Station Access and Mobility Programme

According to a statement issued on September 1, the Delhi government and the Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC), in collaboration with the Toyota Mobility Foundation and the World Resources Institute India, launched an initiative to improve multimodal integration to and from the metro rail network. The station Acess and Mobility Programme (STAMP) in Delhi is the seventh edition of the initiative launched in December 2016 by TMF and WRI India to facilitate high quality last mile connectivity solutions across Indian cities.

By utilizing a challenge framework that identifies innovation and sustainable business models to improve mobility accessibility, the program aims to encourage greater use of public transportation, multi-modal mobility, data-driven planning, and carbon-reducing technologies.

The WRI statement states that STAMP Delhi's work will concentrate on three key areas. It first aims to develop a platform for mobility as a service that will enable commuters to plan their public transportation journey across various modes of transportation on a single interface.

Second, STAMP is working to make use of the last mile services already in place, like shared mobility, cars, and e-rickshaws, to give commuters more effective on-demand services. Drivers will be able to provide better last mile services to commuters thanks to the interface, which will give them vital information in underserved areas and during peak demand.

Thirdly, to improve metro connectivity, particularly in areas with limited access to e-rickshaws and shared transportation, STAMP is looking to partner with upcoming last-mile operators with innovative form factors.

According to DMRC Managing Director Vikas Kumar, DMRC is working to develop intelligent and secure mobility solutions for commuters and last mile partners through the STAMP challenge.

Executive Director at WRI India Ross Center Madhav Pai said, “As Indian Cities invest more in metro rail, they also need to invest in creating an enabling environment for innovative enterprises that provide services which allow commuters to complete their last mile journeys in affordable, seamless ways,”.

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According to a statement issued on September 1, the Delhi government and the Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC), in collaboration with the Toyota Mobility Foundation and the World Resources Institute India, launched an initiative to improve multimodal integration to and from the metro rail network. The station Acess and Mobility Programme (STAMP) in Delhi is the seventh edition of the initiative launched in December 2016 by TMF and WRI India to facilitate high quality last mile connectivity solutions across Indian cities. By utilizing a challenge framework that identifies innovation and sustainable business models to improve mobility accessibility, the program aims to encourage greater use of public transportation, multi-modal mobility, data-driven planning, and carbon-reducing technologies. The WRI statement states that STAMP Delhi's work will concentrate on three key areas. It first aims to develop a platform for mobility as a service that will enable commuters to plan their public transportation journey across various modes of transportation on a single interface. Second, STAMP is working to make use of the last mile services already in place, like shared mobility, cars, and e-rickshaws, to give commuters more effective on-demand services. Drivers will be able to provide better last mile services to commuters thanks to the interface, which will give them vital information in underserved areas and during peak demand. Thirdly, to improve metro connectivity, particularly in areas with limited access to e-rickshaws and shared transportation, STAMP is looking to partner with upcoming last-mile operators with innovative form factors. According to DMRC Managing Director Vikas Kumar, DMRC is working to develop intelligent and secure mobility solutions for commuters and last mile partners through the STAMP challenge. Executive Director at WRI India Ross Center Madhav Pai said, “As Indian Cities invest more in metro rail, they also need to invest in creating an enabling environment for innovative enterprises that provide services which allow commuters to complete their last mile journeys in affordable, seamless ways,”. See also: DMRC aims to boost operational speed of Airport Express LineStations on Delhi Metro’s Blue line to get major revamp

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