Authors: Vivek Vaidyanathan; Robin A. King
Addresses: TU Delft, Postbus 5, 2600 AA Delft, Netherlands; Centre for Study of Science, Technology and Policy (CSTEP), Dr. Raja Rammanna Complex, High Grounds, Raj Bhavan Circle, Bangalore – 560001, India. ' Urban Development and Accessibility, EMBARQ/World Resources Institute, 10 G Street NE, #800, Washington, DC 20002, USA; School of Foreign Service, Georgetown University, 37th and O St., NW, Washington DC 20057, USA
Abstract: This paper maps and explains the institutional structure of urban transportation policy in Bangalore, India. Our critique of individual agencies and methods of policymaking and implementation will demonstrate how the current setup negatively affects urban transportation planning in Bangalore. We close with suggestions about broad institutional changes that we believe would improve outcomes and service delivery.
Keywords: urban transport; infrastructure; institutional analysis; governance; Bangalore; India; policy making; transport planning; service delivery; mass transport; public transport.
International Journal of System of Systems Engineering, 2012 Vol.3 No.2, pp.168 - 180
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