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Attachment III: Urban Transport in India – Bibliography


A. Published Sources
K.M. Anantharamaiah and Vijay Raman, “A probabilistic revenue estimation model for providing a mass rapid transit system”, in X. Godard and I. Fatonzoun, ed., Urban Mobility for All, Procedings of CODATU X Conference, Lomé (Togo), 12-15 November 2002, A.A. Balkema Publishers, Lisse, 2002.
Paul Barter et al., “Lessons from Asia on Sustainable Urban Transport”, in Nicholas Low and Brendan Gleeson, ed., Making Urban Transport Sustainable, Palgrave,Macmillan, Houndmills (UK) and New York, 2003.
Solomon Benjamin, “Governance, economic settings and poverty in Bangalore.” Environment & Urbanization, Vol. 12, No. 1, April 2000.
Alain Bertaud, “Land Management in Bangalore” get EXACT SITE ADDRESS!!!!
Alain Bertaud and Jan Brueckner, “Analyzing Building-Height Restrictions: Predicted Impacts, Welfare Costs, and a Case Study of Bangalore, India”, (forthcoming), April 2003.
Alain Bertaud, Urban Planning and Air Quality, South Asia Urban Air Quality Management Briefing Note No. 6, The World Bank, April 2002.
Suprya Roy Chowdhury, Old Classes and New Spaces: Urban Poverty, Unorganised Labour and New Unions”, Economic and Political Weekly, December 13, 2003.
Michael Cohen, “Urban assistance and the material world: learning by doing at the World Bank”, Environment & Urbanization, Vol. 13, No. 1, April 2001.

Evangeline Cuenco, Lending for Urban Development in India 1974-1995: Lessons from Bank Experience, processed, Country Operations, Industry and Finance Division,, South Asia Country Department II, The World Bank, Washington, D.C., September 16, 1996.

Dattatri, “Madras: A Rural Metropolis”, in R.P. Misra, Million Cities of India, Vikas Publishing House PVT LTD, New Delhi 1978.
Uwe Deichmann et al, Information-Based Instruments for Improved Urban Management, Policy Research Working Paper #3002, Development Research Group, The World Bank, Washington, D.C., March 2003.
Ralph Gakenheimer, “Comparing Mumbai and Shanghai, Wuhan and Chennai”, paper presented at the 2nd Workshop on Transportation, Land Use and the Environment at ASCI The Administrative Staff College of India, Hyderabad, January 2004.
Ralph Gakenheimer, “Planning Transportation and Land Use for Cities in India”, paper presented at the 1st Workshop on Transportation, Land Use and the Environment at ASCI The Administrative Staff College of India, Hyderabad, December 2-4, 2002.
Gakenheimer, R. and Zegras, C. “Travel Demand Drivers: Chennai, India.” Geneva, Switzerland: World Business Council for Sustainable Development, June 2003.
S. George, R. Jha and H.K. Nagarajan, “The Evolution and structure of the two-wheeler industry in India”, International Journal of Transport Economics, Vol. XXIX, No. 1, February 2002.
A.G. Hathway and P.N. Dongre, Travel requirements of the urban poor – A study of ten low income settlements in Delhi, Town and Country Planning, Working Paper No. 13, Bristol Polytechnic, Bristol (UK), 1989.

R. Jha and S.K. Singh, Small is efficient: a frontier approach to cost inefficiency in

Indian state road transport undertakings”, International Journal of Transport Economics, Vol. XXVIII, No. 1, February 2001.

Mathew Joseph, “Performance of the Southern States – A Comparative Study”, Economic and Political Weekly, September 13, 2003.
Pradeep Singh Kharola, “Reforms in the public transport – a systems approach”, in X. Godard and I. Fatonzoun, ed., Urban Mobility for All, Procedings of CODATU X Conference, Lomé (Togo), 12-15 November 2002, A.A. Balkema Publishers, Lisse, 2002.
Amitabh Kundu, “Institutional innovations for urban infrastructural development: an Indian scenario”, in David Westendorff and Deborah Eade, ed’s, Development and Cities, Oxfam, Oxford (UK), 2002.
Somik Lall, Jun Koo and Sanjay Chakravorty, Diversity Matters – The Economic Geography of Industry Location in India, Policy Research Working Paper #3072, Development Research Group, The World Bank, Washington, D.C., June 2003.
Somik Lall et al, Tenure, Diversity, and Commitment – Community Participation for Urban service Provision, Policy Research Working Paper #2862, Development Research Group, The World Bank, Washington, D.C., June 2002.
P.D. Mahadev, “Bangalore: A Garden City of Metropolitan Dimensions”, in R.P. Misra, Million Cities of India, Vikas Publishing House PVT LTD, New Delhi 1978.
Dinesh Mehta and Pushpa Pathak, “Country Report of India,” in Royston A.C. Brockman and Allen Williams, ed., Urban Infrastructure Finance, Proceedings of a Seminar held in Manilla, 16-18 April 1996, Asian Development Bank, Manilla (Philippines), 1996.

Dinesh Mehta and Pushpa Pathak, “Financing of Urban Services in India: A Case for Appropriate Pricing and Cost Recovery,” Habitat International 22 (4): 487-502, 1998.

R.P. Misra, “Million Cities in the Context of World Urbanization,” in R.P. Misra, ed.: Million Cities of India, Vikas Publishing House PVT, New Delhi, 1978.
Sudarsanam Padam, “Transport and Urban Governance in India”, in X. Godard and I. Fatonzoun, ed., Urban Mobility for All, Procedings of CODATU X Conference, Lomé (Togo), 12-15 November 2002, A.A. Balkema Publishers, Lisse, 2002.
S. Padam and S.K. Singh, 2001. “An Urban Transport Policy for India”. Paper presented at the 1st Workshop on Transportation, Land Use, and Environment, Pune, India.
S. Ponnuswamy and M. Imtiyaz Ahmed, “Public Transportation Systems – a Case Study of Chennai”, Urban Transport Journal (India), Vol. 2, No. 2, December 2001, pp. 76-95.
A.V. Poulose, Financing metro rails and metropolitan commuter networks; Logistics of financing Delhi and Calcutta Metros and Growth and Enhancement of Mumbai, Chennai and Calcutta Suburban Rail Complexes”, Asian Transport Journal, December 1998, pp. 8.1-8.24.
T.A. Rajan, Y. Shanmuga Sundaram, S. Ponnu Swamy, and K. Kumar. “Joint Venture of State and National Governments in Developing Rail Facilities: A Case Study of Chennai in India”, in Andrea Czarnecki, ed., Urban Infrastructure Development. Proceedings of the Second International Expert Panel Meeting on Urban Infrastructure Development, 8-9 December 1997, Bangkok, Thailand: 303-345. UNCRD Proceedings Series, No. 26. Nagoya, Japan: United Nations Centre for Regional Development, 1998.
T. Anantha Rajan, Travel Behavior of Slum Dwellers in Madras, Indian Institute of Technology, Madras, 1980.

C. Ramachandran, “Case Study of Partnerships in Infrastructure Financing: A Study of India’s Megacity Scheme” in Jeffrey Stubbs and Giles Clarke, ed., Megacity Management in the Asian and Pacific Region, Proceedings of the Regional Seminar, Asian Development Bank and United Nationa World Bank Urban Managemnt Program, Manilla, 24-30 October 1995.

C. Ravikumar Reddy and S. Ramakrishna, “Individual modes: efficiency or illusion. A case of Bangalore City”, in X. Godard and I. Fatonzoun, ed., Urban Mobility for All, Procedings of CODATU X Conference, Lomé (Togo), 12-15 November 2002, A.A. Balkema Publishers, Lisse, 2002.
V.G. Rengaraju and R. Sivarandan, “Socieconomic Characteristics, Land Use and Travel Patterns of Chennai (Madras)”, in Murthy V.A. Bondada, ed., Urban public transportation systems: implementing efficient urban transit systems and enhancing transit usage. Proceedings of the First International Conference, March 21-25, 1999, Miami, Florida, American Society of Civil Engineers, Reston, VA. 2000

(held in Sect Library HE 305 .U684 2000).


J. Shah and T. Nagpal, ed., Urban Air Quality Management Strategy in Asia – Greater Mumbai Report, The World Bank Technical Paper No. 381, 1997.
Bharat Singal, “Urban mobility for all – institutional issues”, in X. Godard and I. Fatonzoun, ed., Urban Mobility for All, Procedings of CODATU X Conference, Lomé (Togo), 12-15 November 2002, A.A. Balkema Publishers, Lisse, 2002.
Y.P. Singh, “Performance of the Kolkata (Calcutta) Metro Railway: A case study”, in X. Godard and I. Fatonzoun, ed., Urban Mobility for All, Procedings of CODATU X Conference, Lomé (Togo), 12-15 November 2002, A.A. Balkema Publishers, Lisse, 2002.

Sumeeta Srinivasan, “Travel behavior of low-income residents: studying two contrasting locations in the city of Chennai, India” edited version of a paper presented at the Annual Meeting of theTransportation Research Board, Washington, D.C., January 2003.

S. Sriraman, “State road transport undertakings in India: critical issues, constraints and emerging options,” Journal of Indian School of Political Economy (India); Vol. 13, No. 3:385-399, July-September 2001.
V. Thamizh Arasan and S.B. Pattnaik, “Notable Features of the Public Transit Systems in Chennai City”, in Murthy V.A. Bondada, ed., Urban public transportation systems : implementing efficient urban transit systems and enhancing transit usage. Proceedings of the First International Conference. March 21-25, 1999, Miami, Florida, American Society of Civil Engineers, Reston, VA. 2000.
G. Thimmaiah, “Federal India – Burning Issues in Union-State Relations”, Journal of Indian School of Political Economy (India); Vol. 9, No. 4:609-625, October-December 1997.
Geetam Tiwari, “Urban Transport Priorities – Meeting the Challenge of Socio-Economic Diversity in Cities, a Case Study of Delhi, India”, Cities, Vol. 19. No. 2, pp. 95-103, 2002.
Geetam Tiwari, “Low cost means of transport in cities: the critical elements in city transport system in low income countries”, in X. Godard and I. Fatonzoun, ed., Urban Mobility for All, Procedings of CODATU X Conference, Lomé (Togo), 12-15 November 2002, A.A. Balkema Publishers, Lisse, 2002.
Geetam Tiwari, “Urban Traffic Management – a Case Study of Delhi”, Urban Transport Journal (India), Vol. 2, No. 2, December 2001, pp. 12-30.
L.R. Vagale, “Bangalore: A Garden City in Distress”, in R.P. Misra and K. Misra, ed., Million Cities of India, Sustainable Development Foundation, New Delhi, 1998.

The World Bank, India’s Transport Sector: The Challenges Ahead, Vol. 1 Main report, Vol.2 Background Papers, Washington, D.C. May 10, 2002.

The World Bank, India – Reducing Poverty, Accelerating Development, Oxford University Press, New Delhi, 2000.
The World Bank, India – Urban Infrastructure Services Review, Report No. 16178-IN, Country Operations, Industry and Finance Division, South Asia Regional Department (Robert Burns and Evangeline Cuenco, principal authors), The World Bank, Washington, D.C., May 5, 1997.
B. Government Publications and Consultants’ Reports
_______________, National Urban Transport Policy (undated draft), Ministry of Urban Development and Poverty Alleviation, New Delhi (http://urbanindia.nic.in/mud-final-site/w-new accesses February 12, 2004).
_______________, Densification Study for MRTS Corridor Development – Chennai, Draft Final Report (several volumes) submitted by L&T – Ramboll Consulting Engineers Ltd and Operations Research Group to Chennai Metropolitan Development Authority, July 2003.
________________, Investment Plan for Transport Infrastructure in CMA, undated document produced by CMDA, circa March 2003.
________________, Steps taken to improve traffic and reduce accidents, Chennai City Traffic Police, July 2003.
*________________, Bangalore Metrobus Feasibility Study – Executive Summary, Contrans (Sweden) and Central Institute of Road Transport (Pune), September 1999.

________________, Traffic and Transportation Improvement Priorities for Road Corridors in Bangalore, Draft Final Report submitted to Karnataka Urban Infrastructure Development and Finance Corporation by Central Road Research Institute New Delhi, Transport Operations, Planning and Informatics Centre, Bangalore and Centre for Transportation Engineering, Bangalore University, March 1999.

_______________, Comprehensive Traffic and Transportation Study for Madras Metropolitan Area, Final Report by Rail India Technical and Economic Services Ltd., Pallavan Transport Consultancy Services Ltd., and Kirloskar Consultants Ltd. prepared for Madras Metropolitan Authority, Madras, September 1995.
_______________, Impact of road transportation systems on energy and environment – an analysis of metropolitan cities of India, Final report submitted to Ministry of Urban Development, Energy Policy Group, Tata Energy Research Institute, New Delhi, May 1993.




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