Intermediate Para Transit (IPT) Sector in India

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Intermediate Para Transit (IPT) is a system to facilitate flexible passenger transportation that does not necessarily follow fixed routes and schedules under the public domain. They provide two types of services: one involving trips along a more or less defined route with stops to pick up or discharge passengers on request. The other is a demand-responsive transport which can offer a door-to-door service from any origin to any destination in a service area”. This system includes the very concept of Share Auto Rickshaws. This brief is aimed to address this informal transport system.

Download Intermediate Para Transit (IPT) Policy Brief here: Intermediate Para-Transit Policy Brief

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