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|Title:||Jnnurm and Transformations In Small Towns (A Case Study of Governance and Transportation Projects in Dehradun|
|Keywords:||School of Habitat Studies|
|Abstract:||JnNURM is the biggest funding programme in the urban development history of India. The mission has adopted a reform-linked funding approach for the infrastructure project with an objective of governance and infrastructure transformation in selected cities. It has been observed in previous studies that most of the JnNURM funding has been concentrated in big cities and big states. In this context, this research attempts to understand the nature of infrastructure and governance transformation in a small town of small state; Dehradun. My research shows that the attempted institutional transformations under JnNURM have been largely resisted in the town and while the funding for infrastructural projects have been received, it could hardy impact town’s existing transport system. As a result it has turned out to be another infrastructure finance programme rather than an innovative urban renewal mission.|
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