There is a growing need to pave way for the Intermediate Public Transport (IPT) sector in India, starting with recognising, legalising and integrating it as a part of our transport system. This will enhance the first and last-mile connectivity and subsequently improve the ridership in the public transport system thereby providing an answer to urban India’s transportation woes.

Read more from ‘Paving the way for the para-transit sector‘, an opinion piece published on Delhi Post by CPPR Managing Associate(Centre for Urban Studies) Deepthi Susan Ponodath.

Deepthi Susan Ponodath
Deepthi Susan Ponodath
Deepthi Susan Ponodath was Managing Associate of the CPPR Centre for Urban Studies.