India’s urban mobility needs are expanding with accelerated urbanisation and growing population. The transport sector is responsible for 13.5 per cent of the country’s energy-related carbon dioxide emissions and contributes to traffic congestion, and worsening local air pollution that impacts public health. Transitioning to clean mobility is among the…
Ramit is a fellow as part of RMI India’s fellowship programme for young and bright minds. He is currently working with the mobility team to accelerate electric mobility planning and management in cities. He also contributes towards managing effective communication about the organisation on social platforms.
Prior to RMI India, he was working as a research associate with the Center of Excellence in Urban Transport, CRDF, CEPT University. His contributions were in the field of electric mobility, public transport planning and operations, gender equity, and climate change.
Ramit has completed internships undertaken during his post-graduation with organisations such as GIZ India and WRI India with a focus on India’s electric vehicle policy framework and electrification strategy for public transport. Additionally, he has worked as an assistant engineer (traffic and transportation) at LEA Associates South Asia Pvt. Ltd.
Ramit hopes to contribute towards decarbonising the transport sector for a sustainable future.
Master of Planning (Urban Transport Systems), CEPT University, Ahmedabad, India
Bachelor of Technology (Civil Engineering), VIT University, Vellore, India
New Delhi, India