Comprehensive Review and Analysis of Urban Transport Challenges and Sustainable Transport Framework for Jaipur City

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Gaurav Pareek
Deepak Mathur


Long-term transportation infrastructure planning known as "strategic transport planning" is based on the idea that decision-makers are in charge of setting goals and, consequently, selecting a medium- to long-term transportation strategy that includes a variety of transportation measures. The same concepts that underpin "regular" transport planning apply to strategic transportation planning. Therefore, strategic transportation planning is often general and suggestive in character. Achieving the best possible balance between economic, social, and ecological goals is the goal of sustainable development. In line with the objectives of intergenerational equality, sustainability thinking expresses worries about long-term implications of present resource usage. Sustainable development is a process of change that maximizes both the present and the potential for the future to meet the needs and aspirations of people. It involves the exploitation of resources, the direction of investments, the orientation of technological investments, and institutional change. It refers to the economic and social growth that meets human wants and ambitions while preserving social equality and the natural resource base. The resilience of the system refers to its capacity to withstand both internal and external disruptions to its environment and return to equilibrium. Strong vs weak sustainability is related to this resilience. The state of Rajasthan in India has Jaipur as its capital, which is centered on the Arawali hills. The location's latitude and longitude are 26.5 N and 75.5 E. It is one among the fastest growing cities in India and is the tenth biggest city in terms of area, with 467 sq km and home to 3.4 million people. It is often referred to as the "Pink City" and is one of the most visited tourist destinations in India because of its historical importance and distinctive architecture. Most of the traditional commercial activities, including jewelry and other commerce, are located within the walled city. Most industries are found in the neighboring areas, particularly in the city's south and west. The walled city has a relatively dense population because of the high concentration of economic activity—more than 75,000 people per square kilometer. This work major goal is to examine the value and need of sustainable urban transportation planning in Jaipur. Analysis reveals how Jaipur's transportation system is distributed in terms of traffic volume. To evaluate the plans for an efficient transportation system and environmentally friendly urban development in Jaipur. The goal of the study is to suggest appropriate actions for Jaipur's urban traffic planning to be used effectively.

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