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Interview with SK Lohia, OSD, Ministry of Urban Development, India

Mr Sanjeev Kumar Lohia is Officer on Special Duty (Urban Transport) and Joint Secretary at the Ministry of Urban Transport of the Government of India. His field of work includes policy and reforms relating to urban transport and development of metro rail services and BRTS in the country. He is the architect of India’s highly… Read More ›

Walkability App is now a finalist!

http://www.theatlanticcities.com/technology/2013/05/announcing-3-finalists-2013-appmycity-prize/5569/ And then there were three. We now know the names of the three mobile applications still in the running for the New Cities Foundation‘s AppMyCity! Prize for the world’s best urban app. Congratulations to the finalists! PublicStuff, from New York City, USA, helps local governments turn civic inquiries into tangible community improvements, by enabling residents… Read More ›

Walkability App is a semi-finalist in the 2013 AppMyCity! Prize

 http://www.theatlanticcities.com/technology/2013/04/announcing-10-semi-finalists-2013-appmycity-prize/5440/ Since our partners at the New Cities Foundation first announced the 2013 AppMyCity! prize, they’ve received close to 100 qualified applications from developers all over the world. Today they’ve announced the list of ten semi-finalists still in the running, who hail from six countries and five continents. From this list, a panel of judges will now select three finalists… Read More ›



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