Trims4STU is a web-based tool which is developed for reporting bus related Key Performance Indicators (KPI) periodically at depot level for ASRTU. This tool can help STUs to increase their fleet efficiency and generate more revenue by utilizing all available resources. It can help in evaluating the fleet data collected by different STUs and provide the solutions which can help STUs for better performance of their fleet. The designed tool is user friendly and easily accessible to all STUs. TRIPP, IIT Delhi has developed this web-based tool in collaboration with SGArchitects funded by Shakti Sustainable Energy Foundation.

It is envisaged that the data collected, sorted and presented by this web-based tool will provide insights for improvement and decision making for planning action by individual STUs. Additionally, it will also help ASRTU develop benchmarking for different indicators, allowing comparative evaluation, and setting practical targets for improvement. This web tool will also ensure data availability to a larger audience including students, academicians and researchers, encourage research which will have potential to benefit STUs, which shall in turn help make bus based public transport more attractive to commuters, attracting higher patronage.

The Transportation Research and Injury Prevention Programme (TRIPP) at the Indian Institute of Technology (Delhi) is an interdisciplinary programme focussing on the reduction of adverse health effects of road transport. TRIPP attempts to integrate all issues concerned with transportation in order to promote safety, cleaner air, and energy conservation.

Shakti Sustainable Energy Foundation works to strengthen the energy security of the country by aiding the design and implementation of policies that encourage energy efficiency, renewable energy and sustainable mobility.

S G Architects (SGA) provides planning and design solutions for Sustainable Urban Transport, including Non-Motorized and Public transport. SGA and its team has more than ten years’ experience in Cycling and pedestrian (NMT) as well BRTS infrastructure design, which includes contribution to eight NMT and BRTS corridor development projects in Six Indian Cities.