3 - Days Advance Training Programme on Bus Reforms - Policies and Strategies

September 08, 2015

Centre for Science and Environment is organising a three days advance training programme for regulators on ‘Bus Reforms – Policies and Strategies’ in New Delhi from September 28– 30, 2015.

This is a specialised programme designed to help officials in developing strategies needed for an efficient and integrated bus transport system. Buses are an important mode of public transport and prime movers of people in our cities. They meet 40-60 per cent of the travel demand in cities with organised bus services. However, there is still enormous deficit in buses and bus services in most cities of India. The 12th plan has estimated that between 1980-81 to 2010-11, passenger traffic in terms of billion passenger kilometres has grown at the rate of 8.8 per cent annum. Bus transport will play a crucial role in mobility transition in our cities. 

This training programme is designed to impart technical know how on the critical issues that need to be addressed to bring the required change to keep the public transport in step with the time. The programme will also facilitate interactions with a selected group of experts and resource persons to capture the learning in the region as well as demonstrate change through field trips. This programme represents our initiative to promote public transport particularly the efficient and financially sustainable bus transport that could allow greater flexibility, coverage, accessibility and cost effective travel for commuters. This interactive forum will cover lectures/presentations and interactions on following wide range of subjects and hands on exercises followed by field visits.

  • Clean air and imperatives of bus transport reforms

  • Public transport and urban development

  • Bus technology roadmap

  • Public transport system evaluation, benchmarking and performance

  • Public transport network development process

  • City bus operations and route rationalization 

  • Cluster bus operations and management

  • Fare collection system and fund mobilisation

  • Design for multi modal integration

Venue: Centre for Science and Environment, 41 Tughlakabad Institutional Area, New Delhi. 

Fee: CSE will not charge any course fee for the training programme. 

Note*:  The cost of the stay and travel will be borne by the participants. If needed, we can assist participants’ book appropriate accommodation close to the training venue. 

Nominations can be sent using the enclosed nomination form through email/ fax or by post. 


For further details, please contact:

Amandeep Kang
Clean Air and Sustainable Mobility Programme
Centre for Science and Environment 
41, Tughlakabad Institutional Area
New Delhi – 110062
Tel: 011 – 29955124,   09013900696 (Mobile)
Fax: 011 - 29955879 
Email: Amandeep@cseindia.org