Passengers riding Indore’s bus rapid transit (BRT) system will spend less time boarding and exiting buses, reducing overall travel delays, thanks to a decision to configure stations with level-boarding platforms. The new design will also provide greater accessibility to the elderly, visually impaired and physically challenged commuters.
EMBARQ India, under the leadership of Director Madhav Pai and Urban Planner Prajna Rao, influenced Atal Indore City Transport Services Limited (AICTSL) to make the decision, which was announced at a recent AICSTL board meeting, led by AICTSL CEO Vivek Shrotriya.
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