The Mobility Management Plan (MMP) chalked out by Gurugram Metropolitan Development Authority (GMDA) to overhaul the city’s transport and traffic infrastructure from short to medium and long term will help improve the livability index of the city, in turn boosting the real state.
The MMP drafted by the transport planning department of School of Planning & Architecture has suggested upgrading road signs, traffic lights and pedestrian infrastructure, improving efficiency of key intersections, revamping bus depots and bus stops, increasing access to public transport and streamlining the movement of intermediate public transport loke autos and private cabs in the short term. In the medium and ling term phases, the MMP has proposed five plans for improvement of road networks, public transport, intermediate public transport. movement of freight vehicles and management of traffic signals.
Says Pradeep Aggarwal, Chairman, Assocham National Council on Real Estate, Housing & Urban Development and Founder & Chairman of Signature Global, “The traffic congestion and mobility mess is adversely impacting the quality of life in Gurugram. In this backdrop, the Mobility Management Plan of the GMDA will help boost easy commute which will in turn lead to ease of living. Better livability will prove to be a booster for Gurugram realty”.