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Delhi Integrated Multi-Modal Transit System Ltd.
A Joint Venture of Government of National Capital Territory
of Delhi & IDFC Foundation.
An ISO Certified Company  
Project 1: Route Rationalization of Bus Routes in Delhi




Brief Description of Project: Delhi has an extensive bus route network and covered through 657 designated Bus Routes, of which only a part is in regular operation. Over time, mobility patterns in Delhi have undergone a paradigm shift with the expansion of urban areas and introduction of new modes of public transport and augmentation of transport infrastructure. DIMTS has been assigned the task of rationalization of routes keeping these in consideration.

Project 2: Implementation of City Bus Service Project in Gurugram – Bus Route Planning and Rationalization in the state of Haryana


Brief Description of Project:

• Planning of Bus Routes based on Origin destination of users and connectivity of various city nodes

• Rationalize the existing para transit services / routes and re-organise their operation so that the city area is sufficiently covered by Public Transport network

• Review of existing stage carriage route plan for the cities

• Modification of existing routes according to market segmentation, passenger flow movement and financial performance.

Project 3: Multi-Modal Integration for Kashmere Gate Metro Station in Delhi


Under the ‘Decongest Delhi’ program of the Ministry of Urban Development, GoI, the DMRC has selected the Kashmere Gate Metro Station precinct for a multi-modal integration scheme.

The actual scopes of work provided by our staff for the above mentioned project are as follows:-

• Primary Surveys

• Activity Survey

• Pedestrian desire routes

• Collection of secondary data

• Schematic Proposal for integration for various modes

• Coordination with various local civic departments

• Estimate

Project 4: Multi–Modal Integration Plan for Chennai Metropolitan Development Authority (CMDA) Package III in Chennai, Tamil Nadu




DIMTS had provided consultancy services for Chennai Central – Minjur (Package III) route consisting of 13 MRTS stations with an aim of formulating an integrated long-term strategy for multi-modal integration with regards to the accessibility, connectivity, and usability of various modes around a 5 km vicinity of each station