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Home / Pune News / Puneri 2.0: Flying high, with touch of green

Puneri 2.0: Flying high, with touch of green

The recently released Environment Status Report (ESR) for 2018-19 by Pune Municipal Corporation states that residents prefer air travel over train and bus.

pune Updated: Aug 02, 2019 06:27 IST
Abhay Khairnar
Abhay Khairnar
Hindustan Times, Pune
The initiatives carried out by Pune Municipal Corporation have also seen a rise in housing societies adopting green measures like rainwater harvesting, vermiculture, solar panel installation and use of non-conventional energy sources.
The initiatives carried out by Pune Municipal Corporation have also seen a rise in housing societies adopting green measures like rainwater harvesting, vermiculture, solar panel installation and use of non-conventional energy sources. (HT FILE)

There is something to cheer about for those living, settled, moved to, and others in Pune. Life in the vibrant city has changed for better, in terms of lifestyle with rise in disposable income. Significant growth in information technology and service sectors in the city has led to higher economic wealth and improvement in quality of life.

The recently released Environment Status Report (ESR) for 2018-19 by Pune Municipal Corporation states that residents prefer air travel over train and bus. Urban life has also generated awareness about environment and users of cab aggregator (Ola, Uber) have increased with vehicle sale number in Pune seeing a dip for the first time. The choice not to own a vehicle is now considered quality-of-life improvement by many residents.

The initiatives carried out by Pune Municipal Corporation have also seen a rise in housing societies adopting green measures like rainwater harvesting, vermiculture, solar panel installation and use of non-conventional energy sources.

Navigating congested streets, lack of parking space and cost of owning a vehicle as compared to using a cab have led residents to use mass transport.

The civic body collected data from Airports Authority of India, Indian Railways, Maharashtra State Road Transport Corporation (MSRTC), Regional Transport Office (RTO), Maharashtra State Electricity Distribution Company Limited (MSEDCL) and other state and central government departments to prepare the report. The data analysis (2015-2019) reveals that the city has maximum job generation potential because of growth in various section, including education, IT and small and medium-sized businesses.