Smart Mobility

Smart mobility means that the city should have national and international accessibility, using information and communication technologies (ICTs) to ensure that technology has been used widely during the design of national highways and bridges. Metros, monorails, and an intelligent transport system should be used for daily commuters. The urban design should be such that it gives importance to last-mile connectivity. The transport system should be sustainable and innovative. It should also take care of the safety of daily and occasional commuters within and outside the city.

Smart Environment

Smart environment refers to an attractive natural environment with no pollution. Importance should be given to the carbon footprint and the natural resources available. It should have greenery in almost every part of the city. It should have waste management systems as well as natural resource management. The city should also have systems to protect the existing greenery of the city from any external factor.

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