Improving public transport system and pedestrian facilities in congested urban area adapting BREEAM Assessments, A case of Dhaka, Bangladesh

  • Shayeeka Binte Alam (Speaker)
  • Awwal, S. (Speaker)

Activity: Talk or presentation typesOral presentation


Well organized public transport system acts as a major part in a country’s economy and structural development. The inadequacy in the public transport system in developing countries and the growing population and economy are creating a huge demand for it. Expansion in the public transport system will reduce traffic congestion and help to achieve a pollution-free environment. To achieve a sustainable environment, authorities from all over the world are emphasizing on pedestrian development, abandoning motorized vehicles. The developing countries like Bangladesh are getting oversaturated with the demand for public transport, which is having a brutal impact on the environment. After analysing the current transport and pedestrian conditions of Dhaka comprehensively; the research analysed and proposed BREEAM’s holistic approach in creating policies to promote public transport and pedestrian walkways to solve the current transportation problem.
PeriodJan 2021
Event title4th International Conference on Architecture, Engineering, and Technology
Event typeConference
Conference number4
LocationOnlineShow on map
Degree of RecognitionInternational