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elets' 10th Smart City Summit Delhi, 2016 - Rachit Ranjan, Public Policy & Government Relation, UBER

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elets' 10th Smart City Summit Delhi, 2016 - Inaugural : Building Smart Cities: Challenges & Opportunities
Rachit Ranjan, Public Policy & Government Relation, UBER

Elets Technomedia is organizing 10th edition of Smart City Summit in New Delhi on 29 July 2016. The summit will bring together the key stakeholders from government as well as from the industry that all are playing a pivotal role in changing the urban landscape of the country through smart city program.

Key Themes:

Smart Cities: Opportunity to build a Smarter Nation
Challenges for Urban Local bodies
Components of Smart Cities: Waste Management, Water Management, Transport & Mobility, etc
Role of PSUs in the era of Digital India & Smart Cities
Technology & Innovation for Smart Cities
Ensuring Safe Cities

Participation From:

Ministry of Urban Development, Government of India
Ministry of Housing & Urban Poverty Alleviation, Government of India
DeitY, Government of India
Department of Telecommunications, Government of India
98 Smart City Municipal Corporations
Industry Leaders
International Experts

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elets' 10th Smart City Summit Delhi, 2016 - Rachit Ranjan, Public Policy & Government Relation, UBER

  1. 1. UBER & SMART MOBILITY Rachit Ranjan
  2. 2. Proprietary and confidential © 2016 Uber Technologies, Inc. All rights reserved. No part of this document may be reproduced or utilized in any form or by any means, electronic or mechanical, including photocopying, recording, or by any information storage or retrieval systems, without permission in writing from Uber. This document is intended only for the use of the individual or entity to whom it is addressed and contains information that is privileged, confidential or otherwise exempt from disclosure under applicable law. All recipients of this document are notified that the information contained herein includes proprietary and confidential information of Uber, and recipient may not make use of, disseminate, or in any way disclose this document or any of the enclosed information to any person other than employees of addressee to the extent necessary for consultations with authorized personnel of Uber. UBER ORIGINS ● 2008: On a snowy evening in Paris in 2008 the Founders- Travis Kalanick and Garett Camp had trouble hailing a cab- so they came up with an idea- tap a button, get a ride ● 2009- Present: Commenced as a black cab service but it expanded to other products. Today Uber is present in 65 countries and 400+ cities. ● 2013- Uber launched in India with Bangalore being the first city
  3. 3. WHY?
  4. 4. 1. Bhopal 2. Indore 3. Ahmedabad 4. Vadodara 5. Surat 6. Chandigarh 7. Mumbai 8. Pune 9. Nashik 10. Nagpur 11. Kochi 12. Thiruvananthapuram 13. Visakhapatnam 14. Hyderabad 15. Bhubaneshwar 16. Kolkata 17. Guwahati 18. Chennai 19. Coimbatore 20. Mangalore 21. Bangalore 22. Mysore 23. Jodhpur 24. Ajmer 25. Udaipur 26. Jaipur 27. Delhi-NCR 27 CITIES
  5. 5. 1. Complementing Public Transit 2. Cutting congestion and Pollution 3. Promoting Self-employment & Entrepreneurship 4. Reducing Drunk Driving 5. Improving Safety 5 Ways Uber Makes Cities Better
  6. 6. UBER EXTENDS THE REACH OF PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION IN NEW DELHI (14.7%) Lines indicate Uber trips that started or ended near a metro station. Complementing Public Transport
  7. 7. Complementing Public Transport UBER EXTENDS THE REACH OF PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION IN SINGAPORE (30%) Lines indicate Uber trips that started or ended near a metro station. ● METRO STATIONS UBER TRIPS
  8. 8. 2016 American Public Transportation Association Report • Ridesharing complements public transport, enhancing urban mobility. • Ridesharing is here to stay — governments and transit authorities should work with the ridesharing industry to help more Americans get around. • Public and private operators can dramatically expand paratransit availability with technology and collaboration. The more people use ridesharing services like Uber, the more likely they are to use public transport. Complementing Public Transport
  9. 9. THE RISING TRAFFIC NUMBER OF VEHICLES REGISTERED EVERYDAY 1493 VEHICULAR DENSITY 80 VEHICLES/KM ROAD LENGTH INCREASE PER ANNUM 4.53% TOTAL NUMBER OF REGISTERED VEHICLES 90,00,000 (Approx.) NUMBER OF PERSONAL VEHICLES REGISTERED 27,00,000 (Approx.) AVERAGE SPEED OF VEHICLES 16 KM/HR NEW DELHI Source: Delhi Government Data 2014-15 Average commute time in Delhi during peak hours is 90 minutes.
  10. 10. ECONOMIC LOSS DUE TO CONGESTION Rs. 60,000 CRORE PER ANNUM Source: 2012 Study by IIM Kolkata
  11. 11. ALL THIS WITH JUST... TH JUST... 5% CAR OWNERSHIP
  12. 12. Cutting Congestion & Pollution More people in fewer cars. [oo-ber pool] noun. uberPOOL allows you to share your ride and split the cost of your trip with another Uber rider headed in the same direction. uberPOOL
  13. 13. MORE PEOPLE IN FEWER CARS UBERPOOL EFFICIENT UTILIZATION OF VEHICLES
  14. 14. PROMOTING SELF-EMPLOYMENT AND ENTREPRENEURSHIP GOVERNMENT PARTNERSHIPS Skilling and Entrepreneurship Partnerships with Central Government ● Union Ministry for Labor & Employment ● Union Ministry for Social Justice ● Automotive Skill Development Corporation Skilling and Entrepreneurship Partnerships with State Governments ● Telangana ● Tamil Nadu ● Andhra Pradesh ● Punjab ● Haryana ● Maharashtra ● Rajasthan
  15. 15. Reducing Drunk Driving● California, for example, experienced a six percent decline in alcohol-related crashes involving under-30 year olds following the launch of uberX. ● Providence & Stonehill College researchers found after studying data of over 150 cities that Uber’s service has led 16.6% decline in vehicular fatalities each year.
  16. 16. Improving Safety Before, during, and after every trip on the platform
  17. 17. Improving Safety Before, during, and after every trip on the platform
  18. 18. Improving Safety Before, during, and after every trip on the platform
  19. 19. Thank you!

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