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Master Planning

Low Carbon Infrastructure Study
Delhi, Mumbai and Bengaluru, India
Economic corridors are devised to attract investment and generate activity along the spine of a transportation system (generally around 1,000-1,500 km in length), connecting 2 of more existing cities. Twelve international corridors were investigated to explore what strategies, benchmarks and interventions have been used previously that would be valuable to India's aspirations. Moreover, an analysis of existing low-carbon policies in India was conducted to determine the main interventions required to maximise the potential of low-carbon corridor development.

The objective of the study was to explore and promote viable low-carbon infrastructure interventions with the Indian economic corridors. The study was carried out between October 2014 and 31 March 2015 and was funded by the Prosperity Fund within the British Foreign and Commonwealth office.
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