Motorized two-wheelers in Indian cities: A boon, a bane, or both?
September 25, 2014
The slides are from an EMBARQ India's webinar about the motorized two-wheeler market in Indian cities and the case of Pune. While motorized two-wheelers provide several benefits to travelers, they also create challenges, including safety concerns and the dependence on private motorized vehicles. As their numbers continue to grow in Indian cities, it is important to understand the mobility advantages and challenges they present. The webinar discusses the case of Pune, a typical mid-sized Indian city where two-wheelers are the dominant mode of transportation.
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