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Coming together to create Complete Streets for Doddanekundi

Ongoing:

Implementation Phase

The transformation has begun!
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In 2019, Bengaluru was said to have one of the slowest commute speeds in the country (18.7 kmph) and the traffic congestion in Doddanekundi Ward (85) is a witness to that.

We want to change this status quo.

The project aims to spearhead a shift to sustainable modes of transport by creating a robust network of “complete streets” that support cycling and walking, and provide direct, safe routes connecting neighbourhoods, transit hubs, employment areas and other destinations in Doddanekundi.  The project will be undertaken as a 1-year pilot (Jan - Dec 2021) which will bring together residents, government officials, cycling enthusiasts and technical professionals. This initiative is supported under the Sustainable Urban Mobility Accord (SuMA) launched by the Directorate of Urban Land Transport (DULT).

 

RECENt HIGHLIGHTS

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News & MEDIA

3 May 2022

Innovation At Its Best! 18-Yr-Old Bengaluru Teen Designs India's First AI, Sensor-Based Bicycle Counter

India has got its first artificial intelligence-and sensor-based bicycle counter in Bengaluru, Karnataka.
The Logical Indian
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3 May 2022

In a first, AI-powered counter keeps count of cyclists in Bengaluru

The city’s first AI-enabled live digital cycle counter has found that 500 cyclists use the bicycle lane on the Outer Ring Road (ORR).
Deccan Herald
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30 April 2022

Bengaluru boy develops India’s first AI, sensor-based bicycle counter

An eighteen-year-old boy from Bengaluru develops India’s first artificial intelligence (AI)-powered sensor-based bicycle counter.
Analytics Drift
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GOVERNMENT & COMMUNITY PARTNERS

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TECHNICAL PARTNERS

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