National Conference on Roadmap for India’s Sustainable Mobility in India


Transport is one of the crucial pillars of modern society enabling its meteoric development in all aspects. However, transport is also one of the major contributors to pollution that is causing irreparable damage to life, livelihood, and the ecosystem. Sustainable transport can unravel so many complex knots of damage caused by pollution while optimizing the transport system simultaneously cutting environmental damage, saving time and huge chunks of money.

The Policy Times in association with the Material Recycling Association of India (MRAI) & MONO STEEL is organizing National Conference on Roadmap for India’s Sustainable Mobility in light of India’s introduction of the recent Vehicle Scrappage Policy 2021 from 4 pm-8.30 pm (IST) on Friday, 24th September 2021 through ZOOM.


Vehicle Scrappage Policy 2021 has opened up a vista of Sustainable Mobility for India in the coming times. The biggest concerns related to older vehicles are inefficiency, safety, and pollution. This policy is supposed to institutionalize an organized system of phasing out old cars at the end of their life or falls under the category of unfit meaning polluting, unsafe sustainably which translates to the introduction of cars with new technologies. These new technologies will bring efficiency, mileage optimizing transport, and cut down on fuel consumption.

The webinar National Conference on Roadmap for India’s Sustainable Mobility will focus on the policy impact on automobile stakeholders, related industry & environment and policy opportunities, circularity, and implementation issues for the policy.

The webinar will have some of the prominent figures in the nation like Gen (Dr) Vijay Kumar Singh,  Honourable Minister of State to the  Ministry of Road Transport and Highways & Civil Aviation Government of India as the  Chief Guest. Other distinguished presences from different levels of statutory and administrative ecosystems are Shri Paresh Kumar Goel, Director, Ministry of Road Transport & Highways, and Sri Sudhendu J. Sinha, Adviser (Infrastructure Connectivity – Transport and Electric Mobility), NITI Aayog respectively. More than 300 companies from different levels of the transport ecosystem will be present for the occasion to deliberate elaborately on a roadmap for sustainable mobility in India.

The Think Tank Partner for this National Conference is GRC India and the Association Partners are All India Motor Transport Congress(AIMT ) and AA.