International Journal of Applied Research
Vol. 2, Issue 7, Part H (2016)
An empirical study of urban infrastructure in Bengaluru
There is a strong positive link between national levels of human development and urbanization levels, while cities spearhead their countries’ economic development, transforming society through extraordinary growth in the productivity of labour and promising to liberate the masses from poverty, hunger, disease and premature death. However, the implications of rapid urban growth include increasing unemployment, lack of urban services, overburdening of existing infrastructure and lack of access to land, finance and adequate shelter, increasing violent crime and sexually transmitted diseases, and environmental degradation. Even as national output is rising, a decline in the quality of life for a majority of population that offsets the benefit of national economic growth is often witnessed. Urbanization thus imposes significant burden to sustainable development.
How to cite this article:
Mallikarjun Chanmal, Uma TG. An empirical study of urban infrastructure in Bengaluru. Int J Appl Res 2016;2(7):559-562.