One of the most ambitious projects in Kerala, the Thiruvananthapuram – Kasaragod Semi High Speed Rail is likely to be considered and approved by the cabinet in the coming days. In this context, Praseeda Mukundan, Senior Research Associate and Aiswarya Krishnan, Project Associte, CPPR-Centre for Urban Studies writes in manorama online about the concerns on the feasibility of the proposed project and it’s viability. This article also look into the characteristics and features of mobility patterns of Kerala and how does the proposed project fit into the scheme of public transport framework of Kerala.
This article was published in Manorama online on May 9, 2020. Click here to read