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Title: Transformation of bus depot at Pen, Maharashtra
Authors: Prajapati, Sandeep
Hasware, Adnan(12ARC10)
Keywords: Project Report - SoA
Issue Date: Nov-2017
Publisher: AIKTC
Series/Report no.: Accession # PA0064;
Abstract: Public Transport is mandatory and key feature in developing a well functioning and sustainable city. In Public Transport, Road Based Transport system is more accessible in Maharashtra as it is well connected from Rural Area to Urban. If Road Based Transport System is Crafted in Public Transport then the Need for Private Vehicle Reduces, Resulting in less Traffic Congestion, Low Co2 emission and Affordable Journey. A Bus Depot is the Spine of any City, as it Serve the most Basic Necessity for the City that is Public Transportation. Infrastructure Aesthetic value and Comfort Attract Passengers and Increase Ridership. And also network and fare of Industry which is second part. MSRTC is a Bright Industry in Public Transport Industry and is a reputed Brand Since 1948. To Maintain its Reputation, MSRTC has to Change according to the Modern Age, as his sister's Industry GSTRC and KSTRC Relying According to the Time. Because as Technology Changes, Customer Expectation also Changes by Time. Passengers Need more Comfortable, Good Functioning System and Facilities in their Daily Life. Owning to this issue, MSRTC regularly upgrade their fleet so as to suit the travel requirements of everyone. But this is not enough to get emphasized. Depot is a driving structure of MSRTC other than buses. Structural facility also have to be upgrade to relay good performance and get benefited of. And also Transformation in Depot Design is Necessary by which Depot Infrastructure use Less Energy in its daily Services and Earn to get Maintain, And also make Profit in Business by adding Various Asset's (Commercial) according to the Site Context to the Infrastructure.
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