Improvement Plan for Sachin G.I.D.C.

Parekh Jaimin R., R.N.G.Patel Institute of Technology; Mistry Kinjan K. ,R.N.G.Patel Institute of Technology; Patel Bhumit ,R.N.G.Patel Institute of Technology; S. M. Marfani ,R.N.G.Patel Institute of Technology

Freight Transport, Improvement Measures, Freight Facility Planning

India is among one of the developing countries, which is achieving positive balance on economy from their population growth.The movement of goods within urban areas is vital since cities are the centre of economic and social life. The sustainability of cities cannot be viewed without considering the role of goods transport. As population keeps on increasing needs for the change arises. This paper focuses on one such urban area (Sachin GIDC) which needs to be managed as per the requirements. Sachin GIDC is one of the growing area in the form of industrial development. Increasing trips and freight among the major routes on Sachin GIDC has contributed to economic growth and development of the country. So needs arise to provide freight facility planning or management, which can be helpful in fulfilling present and future needs.
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Paper ID: GRDCF012018
Published in: Conference : Emerging Research and Innovations in Civil Engineering
Page(s): 74 - 81