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Panaji Smart City Proposal – Fast Track Mode – Public Consultation

23 Mar 2016


The Union Ministry of Urban Development (MoUD), Government of India recently released a list of 23 cities, which included Panaji, which have been invited to revise and fast track their Smart City proposals for submission before 15th April 2016.

As part of the process, a public consultation session was held on the 22nd of March in the presence of Sidharth Kuncalienkar, MLA Panaji, Surendra Furtado, Mayor of the city and Sanjit Rodrigues, Commissioner, CCP at the Corporation of the City of Panaji (CCP) hall. Citizens and stakeholders came together to share feedback, deliberate and discuss on the proposed Panaji Smart City Proposal.

The team of consultants from ICLEI South Asia started off by making a presentation to citizens gathered. The consultants shared a detailed presentation on the key factions in the upgraded plan and addressed queries. Comments, suggestions and feedback were sought from citizens.

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  • Suresh N - 5 years ago

    All smart city projects should include basic requirements such as encroachment free pedestrian footpath which are normally occupied by commercial establishments for their wares or make shift shops. Also these pathways shall be handicap friendly.
    All pathways require natural tree shade to the extent possible. These trees can reduce pollution caused by vehicles.

    Parking on arterial or important roads should be banned. Multilevel car parking to be constructed to cater for public vehicles.

  • Anil Bhairu Jadhav - 5 years ago

    Sir,my name is Anil Jadhav as Mr Atal Bihari Vajpayee was thinking about river linking project to resolve the water problem of many parts of india but it seems very difficult to deploy.
    but we can lay pipe line from where river Marge in sea all water goes in sea spoiled we can make pipe line network all over in india it can be practically done.