About Mass Transportation

An efficient, safe and comfortable travel mode locally is considered the life-line of a city, as citizens do require a transport system that would enable them to reach their destinations quickly. The need is for mass transport system that would permit maximum number of travellers to commute, and this applies to a city such as Hyderabad, which is facing an ever-increasing population, as many people from far and wide are making this their home. The congenial atmosphere, the cosmopolitan atmosphere and friendly disposition of the local residents is why many prefer Hyderabad. Also, several people prefer to avail the innumerable work opportunities in multi-
nationals as Hyderabad is now the hub of IT and other multi- nationals.

Why does one need a mass transportation?

• The ever-growing population of Hyderabad does require a mass transportation.
• Daily commuters, particularly, office-goers prefer to avoid using their own personal vehicles as it is difficult to drive.
• Also the cost incurred in travel would be less as more people will avail one particular transport service.

What is HMR concept of mass transportation?

• A transport that is viable and can meet the travel needs of a large population.
• A reasonably priced rapid mass transport which is budget-friendly.
• Mass transportation must be able to reach every nook and corner of the city in order to ensure that every citizen residing in the city can avail its services.

Will citizens accept HMR?

They would, of course, as they would find their daily travel very comfortable. Everybody would like to travel with ease, avoid stress and daily tension and HMR would be the ideal option.

HMR will, undoubtedly, be the best form of mass transportation for citizens of Hyderabad who are simply fed up with traffic congestion and polluted-air on account of excessive carbon emission. There are too many vehicles on the road, as now several people are purchasing their own personal vehicles rather than use local transport. Obviously, this would mean increased number of vehicles on the road, and that in turn would increase the levels of pollution in the air.

What does HMR hope to achieve as a rapid transportation?

To, of course, meet up to the expectations of citizens of Hyderabad, who are vexed with the present transport mode and who definitely will be happy about the arrival of HMR to ease their travel discomfort in the city.

Final aim of HMR as a rapid transportation?

To be the best transport system akin to the international metro rail systems that would attract commuters on account of its rapidity, air-conditioned interiors, comfortable seats and clean and fresh atmosphere inside the coaches, that are noise-free. Certainly, HMR seems to be the best answer to resolve the present transport hassles of the city.