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Author: Local Feedback

LocalFeedback.org aims to track and document actionable parameters that help improve urban and rural infrastructure. The founder, Susmita, has juggled diverse roles in real estate, project budgeting, valuation and execution on construction sites. Having traveled to more than 20 countries, she has worked across 4 regions in India. Her areas of interest include sustainable buildings, electric mobility and urban development. She visited top-ranking cities on livability indices and has presented published papers at international conferences.

Nainwal Village, Haryana, India – 90.47%

Satish says – “After few months of rest, I am restarting my job in the city. But i still reside in Nainwal as it has better air and water.”
Overall Rating – 3/3
Overall Score – 90.47%

charbagh junction lucknow railway

Charbagh Junction Review – 94.05%

Anonymous says – “Kiosk for platform tickets is a good initiative. Congestion needs improvement.”

Overall Rating – 3/3
Overall Score – 94.05%
Frequency of Use – Monthly
Purpose of Visit – Personal/Leisure

vapi railway station

Vapi Railway Station Review – 38.09%

Anonymous says – “Station has no good stalls to eat. Cleanliness needs lot of improvement.”

Overall Rating – 1/3
Overall Score – 38.09%
Frequency of Use – Monthly
Purpose of Visit – Personal/Leisure

lucknow junction main entrance

Review of Lucknow Junction Railway Station – 61.90%

Anonymous says – “Lucknow Junction needs plenty of working on their parking, availability of autos and taxis, waiting rooms and ease of access to the station.”

Overall Rating – 1/3
Overall Score – 61.90%
Frequency of Use – Once in a year
Purpose of Visit – Other (unspecified)

Bardod Village, Rajasthan, India – 80.95%

Sunil says – “My village is located just off the state highway in Behror Tehsil. We don’t face any water or electricity problems “

Overall Score – 80.95%
Overall Rating – 3/3

Development Watch – Week #2 November ’22

Read latest news on Japan Industrial township MET Smart City, unemployment in ‘rurban’ India, Navi Mumbai real estate committee, Railway Station redevelopment, and more…