Shuttle Service for Elderly People

Authors : Anvaya B N, Mohit Mohan, Anand Prem Rajan.

Volume/Issue : Volume 4 - 2019, Issue 3 - March

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In any given country the number of elderly people increases with time. Due to the development of healthcare the average age of people is increasing. In a study, it is seen that the average age in India was 21.3 in 1950 and is predicted to go up to 37.1in the year 2050. Although this says a lot about improving healthcare, they also increase the age of death which means that the number of older people will increase. These elderly people although might not be having any diseases or any major illness but with time the body starts to deteriorate, and people often will become weak and performing daily chores also becomes a problem. In India the percentage of senior citizens has grown from 5.6 in 1961 to 8.6 in 2015, although the government is trying to make special offers to these citizens , for example reserved seats for senior citizens in railways, bus, airways and also discount in their prices, discount in prices in lot daily needs products and etc, but is not that successful. In a busy world like today where no one has the time even look after their parents, these citizens are eligible for a better latter life. The main goal of this project is to provide better transportation by introducing the shuttle cab in every area in each city for their commute to places.


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