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Rama Linga Swamy
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 · TirupatiIndia
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Excellent. Using Artificial Intelligence for attending Traffic Issues is very good idea. Actually, this help is required in my Project to move 20-Passenger filled Trolleys to shift and to reach needed / required places. My Project details are as below:-

I had envisaged a new ‘concept’ for Public Transportation for Smart Cities. It is an Infrastructure Project, which provides number of base ‘topics’ for coding, developing applications, etc. It is almost a perfect answer for ’ Driver less Car ‘concept.
Project Link:-
https://docs.google.com/document/d/1O3FRBnFK_ed6xeobCAWhCg9Qn-4V9gxf2xbe_z9LkZU/edit
What kind of guidance / help / assistance can I expect from the Young / Energetic / Brilliant Enthusiasts to share with for the Betterment of the Society?

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Kabadi Ramachandra
ceo, project coordination, business development
 · BengaluruIndia
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According to me the present situation of traffic congestion is mainly due to parked vehicles on the road on either side as we all know in India and in many other parts of the world where this situation exists. As such if we are able to device some methodology to lift the materials for safe parking facilities and make the road clear for traffic movement, this would solve the major problem of congestion.

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Rama Linga Swamy
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I feel it is better and easy and useful if we can shift the Public with this Project, it will be good. It will save their time. For example, a person get down at Metro Station at height Say 60 ft, he has to come down to ground, to parking area, taking his vehicle and go to his place of work / Residence. Instead, we can shift Public from Metro Stations to their places with this Project.

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Kabadi Ramachandra
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As any trader, commuter etc., has the instinct to park the vehicles any where without concern for the traffic.
As any builder or promoter will always think that the parkig spacee is a veyr commercially potential space to exploited for gains.
As any petty trader feels that the foot path is his right to business
As any system that feels the street vendors is a means to his lively hood
As any government machinery thinks that these are the potentials for their political gain
As any municipal thinks that breaking the rule is their way of working
As any public infrastructure like road, electricity, water, sewer, cable, optic fibres, etc.,etc., due not have a systematic dressing programme.

The roads are and will be congested for time to come. We have to face the situation and see the worst of it.

Only our willingness to come out of the situation is the answer. If there is sense of driving norms and consideration for the co citizen and the respect to adhere the rules and regulations will only solve the problem.
There are many countries with much narrow road that we see in our daily life with heavy traffic flow, but they have a sense and respect for their place and living areas, they do not mean to be a hinderance in the flow of traffic and humans etc which make it clean and smooth.

It only takes us a few moment more to park your vehicle decently

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Rama Linga Swamy
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I can understand your anguish. A Positive Quote:- I can’t change the direction of the wind, but I can adjust my sails to always reach my destination.
Jimmy Dean

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Kabadi Ramachandra
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Current parking planning practices are inefficient and often ineffective at solving parking problems. Minimum parking requirements tend to be excessive because they are generally based on demand surveys performed in automobile-dependent locations, and so require more parking than needed in areas with good travel options, accessible land use, or transportation and parking management programs. Yet this overabundance of supply does not eliminate parking problems because spaces are often unavailable for priority uses or are difficult to access. The real problem is not inadequate supply, it is inefficient management.

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Kabadi Ramachandra
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There are better ways to determine how much parking to supply at a particular location. Parking regulations can be more accurate (reflecting geographic and demographic factors – such as land use mix and residents’ income levels – that affect parking demand) and flexible (allowing requirements to be reduced in exchange for implementation of various management strategies, such as those described below, that encourage more efficient use of supply). This can significantly reduce the number of parking spaces needed to satisfy demand, improve user convenience and reward consumers and businesses that reduce their parking demand.

Parking management is neither mysterious nor particularly difficult. There are more than two dozen strategies to choose from, including those that:

Increase parking facility efficiency by sharing, regulating and pricing; use off-site parking facilities; implement overflow parking plans; improve user information; and improve walking and cycling conditions.
Reduce parking demand by encouraging use of alternative modes of transportation and more accessible land use development.
Improve enforcement and control of parking regulations, and address any spillover problems that occur.
Improve parking facility design and operation, to improve user convenience and safety, and reduce negative impacts.
Many of these strategies are well known, and all have been successfully implemented. However, they are not being implemented to the degree justified by their significant benefits because current planning practices emphasize supply solutions and treat management solutions as a last resort, to be implemented only when it is particularly difficult to expand parking facilities. For example, when evaluating potential solutions to parking problems planners often overlook indirect costs that result from parking facility expansion, such as increased stormwater management costs, increased sprawl, and reduced pedestrian accessibility, and thus underestimate the full benefits of management solutions.

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