Megapolis plan aims for flexible working hours

Feb 05, 2016 (LBO) - Sri Lanka's recently unveiled Megapolis plan of development envisages flexible working hours as one aspect of transport demand management to address Colombo traffic congestion.
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"Flexible working hours can be introduced in public and private institutions to spread peak load of traffic flow," the Megapolis masterplan states. "Employees can adjust their working time without any negative effect to the working process of the institutes.
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" The action to be taken, in this regard, is to develop a policy plan to promote flexible work hours and stagger work hours in selected institutes, the report states. The benefits of this step will be a reduction of traffic volume and congestion during peak times by shifting driver commuters to less congested hours and spreading of the peak period.
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Colombo traffic congestion, which observers say has escalated in the last year, could affect productivity of the national economy, the report acknowledged.
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Flexible schedule hours could increase productivity of the employee and reduce cost of overtime and sick leave for institutes, the report states. The possibility of using new communication technologies to encourage employees to work from their homes was not, however, explicitly mentioned.
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Other measures for transport demand management in the Megapolis plan are vehicular parking management, intersection control, traffic flow management and road pricing of entry roads to core areas. "The transport system of the country, particularly what is currently operating in the Western Region, calls for major strategic interventions not only to efficiently drive the growth of the national economy, but also to avoid retardation of the whole economy due to fast intensifying congestion on the roads," the plan states. Transport demand management, together with public transport improvement, road infrastructure development and environmental sustainability, are seen as the broad areas for intervention to address transport issues.
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Nirmalan Dhas
Nirmalan Dhas
8 years ago

I do not understand what prevents the promotion of working from home. This is the logical outcome of megapolises and we may as well get used to the idea, And did you know that education and many other services going online will become the norm?

8 years ago

What is actually going on with this megalopolis mambo jumbo? There isn’t even a single published plan about this project to be found anywhere in government websites. All we have is bunch of impressions that how it should be, How can anyone go this far without a detailed plan. I am a Sri Lankan expat here in US and worked my entire life in Investment Banking sector, it is unbelievable how shallow these governments and ministers act when it comes to the economic development.
A project that going to cost 40 Billion USD, not even a plan or at least a rough draft about timelines and budget allocations, it is like walking in the total darkness hoping not to trip, bump or fall in to the abyss…. WHAT THE HELL IS GOING ON?????

rich list
rich list
8 years ago

It is a sad testament of Sri Lanka’s government that there is no highly paid and highly competent bureaucracy. This is why each set of UNP or PA politicos come up with various hare-brained schemes. Around 1992 it was the WTC and now the Port City. How will people commute to the Port City? Will they fly in on a broomstick?

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