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Hyderabad seeks intelligent transport system advice as India's PM hails 'smart cities'

Lee Baker
04 January 2016

A company steering the growth of a corridor in the Indian city of Hyderabad is seeking advisory support from consultants to implement an intelligent transport system, the New Indian Express reports today. This comes as the Indian Prime Minister 

The Hyderabad Growth Corridor Limited has prepared a master plan for implementation of an ITS on the 158km outer ring road of the city, the report states, and now seeks support for implementing the proposals to improve the traffic and transportation system. The consultant would be asked to highlight technical risks and recommend remedies.

The Indian Prime Minister last week said smart cities were vital, as his ministry of urban development considers proposals for 100 smart cities from Indian states, it was also reported. AECOM has advised on the competition, whilst CH2M and Cisco are to provide support for improved traffic, parking and city management along India's Delhi-Mumbai corridor.

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