This introductory chapter begins with a review of some of the transport problems faced by cities around the world. It then studies the Singapore model, where sound land transport policies have helped establish an efficient and extensive transport network. This is followed by discussions of urbanization in India and the country’s urban transport policy, and worldwide practices in developing metros.
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