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The project visualises Ahmedabad as a ‘sensitive, modern, affordable, robust infrastructure and technology-driven’ city in future.
Ahmedabad is one of the first cities in the country to successfully implement the BRTS (Bus Rapid Transit System) and has now become one of the first cities in the country to adopt the segregation at source model for solid waste management. Further towards a sustainable and clean city, with an efficient, sophisticated, skilled and citizen-centric administration providing the best quality of services to its citizens, Ahmedabad has taken route of pan city solutions and area-based development. Ahmedabad shall develop 70 hectares including 8,000 slum dwellings for Smart City and key areas have been chalked for re-development.
The city shall work closely on core infrastructure elements that include adequate water supply, assured electrical supply, sanitation including solid waste management, efficient urban mobility and public transport, among others. There are plans to install CCTV cameras in the entire city to ensure safety and security for citizens.
Medicine and medical facilities will be available all over the city round the clock using a common web-based or mobile platform. Under e-medical system, all micro and macro level medical data are to be up loaded in a common plat form for information to the public authorities and the citizens. Under total sewerage solution, the corporation will monitor the sewage flows, leakages and increase the efficiency of operations. All conventional meters will be replaced with bi-directional digital net meters which will record both, import and export of power so those individual consumers who install roof-top solar panels needs to pay only for net power consumed. The city shall have sensor-based street lighting management system to smart metering system with on line monitoring for water flow.
Dipika Rathi, Times Property, The Times of India, Ahmedabad