In order to make Goa’s Panaji a ‘Smart City’ the state will focus on the issues like garbage menace, parking & traffic management, lack of space to manage the waste, casinos and no land fill sites etc.
The civic body expects to spend around Rs 3,126 crore for the same in the next financial year.
Development of ‘Naya Raipur’ as a new capital for the state is the dream project of Chhattisgarh’s CM Raman Singh. In his vision it will be developed as a best modern ‘Smart City’.
This Union Territory will focus on 24X7 water supply, uninterrupted power supply, to provide a majority of public-related services online, to improve solid waste management and to end parking woes. Parking has been a major problem in the city.
Creating a ‘Smart City’ isn’t just about creating the physical infrastructure - roads, clean water, power, transport and so on. It also includes social infrastructure like education, health, cultural aspects, sports, recreation, green cover and simultaneously maintaining environmental sustainability.
Guwahati, with its well-established rail and road connectivity, has the potential to become a ‘Smart City’ and what is needed is sustainability.
Pasighat is the only city in Arunachal Pradesh which fulfills the condition of having an existing master plan or a proposed one for being selected as a ‘Smart City’ under the Atal Mission for Rejuvenation and Urban Transformation (AMRUT) Scheme
The Andhra Pradesh government has decided to set up its own ‘Smart Cities’ even as the Centre prepares a road-map for its ambitious plan to create ‘100 Smart Cities’ across the country.
Apart from the clean and green environment in the Andaman & Nicobar Islands, the literacy rate is also quite high.
The Thane Municipal Corporation has undertaken a host of initiatives across various sectors to improve the quality of life of residents.