A Review on Integrated Transportation System for Bangalore City

Prathyusha Challa
2017 International Journal for Research in Applied Science and Engineering Technology  
Bangalore is one of the fast growing IT hubs has traffic scourge with rising vehicle ownership dropping down on roads. Today more than 12.3 million people are living and vehicular trips increased more than 3 times which has overwhelmed traffic network. Increased traffic congestion results in huge economic loss due to traffic congestion where fuel loss is estimated at Rs 2.8 lakhlitres per hour, 50 crore litres per year, in monetary terms this translates to a loss of Rs 3700 crores per year and
more » ... s 2350 crores towards work hours lost. Intelligent transportation system harmonizes the traffic flow for better efficiency of passengers. It has been observed that the city is in the grip of rising levels of concentration of pollutants through vehicle emission. The road accidents and fatalities also disrupt the traffic on the roads. It has seen over 3396 number of accidents in 2017 from January to August. In order to improve the efficiency of transportation andto reduce the operating cost measures for dependency on importing fossil fuels is possible by developing renewable sustainability in order to control the pollution through CO 2 emission.
doi:10.22214/ijraset.2017.10183 fatcat:hfps7kvfm5atdit4mwm6wg46ze