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Kamal Nath unveils Common Mobility Card

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VoicenData Bureau
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The union minister for urban development, Kamal Nath has launched the National Common Mobility Card (NCMC) during Urban Mobility India 2011 conference.

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NCMC has been branded as ''More'' signifying the national bird ''Peacock''. It also conveys that the user get more and more by using this card.

The idea of NCMC is to enable the user with a single transport system that provides seamless, efficient and hassle free travel experience across the length and breadth of the country.

The ministry of urban development also plans of implementing a single ticketing system for all modes of public transport in India but also for parking and toll.

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The implementation of 'More' will be partly funded by central government under the JNNURM scheme, covering the buses sanctioned under the scheme.

UTI Infrastructure Technology and Services (UTIITSL), a government of India and ministry of finance company, has been appointed as the technology aggregator to implement NCMC project.

The agreement till date has been signed with JCTSL, Jaipur and is expected to roll out by the end of this financial year.

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