India is witnessing a period of rapid economic growth, urbanization, and motorization and associated significant changes in mobility and travel needs of individuals. As a result, many cities are facing substantial problems of increased congestion, and deterioration in safety and air-quality. To meet these ever increasing needs, India is currently embarking on an ambitious, large-scale and long-range program for the development of its urban transportation infrastructure. The Govt. of India has framed the National Urban Transport Policy with the objective to ensure safe, affordable, quick, comfortable, reliable and sustainable access for the growing number of city residents to jobs, education, recreation and such other needs within our cities (NUTP, 2006). Urban transport professionals are looking to apply innovative and advanced technologies and solutions such as Intelligent Transport Systems, accessible and smart land-use, advanced public transport systems, etc. to address mobility challenges. Such advanced technologies include traveler information systems, which can aid decision making at a decentralized level, thereby allowing the individual traveler to make better choices for the system as a whole. Further, advanced traffic management systems, especially incident detection and management systems can significantly improve the functioning and recovery of the system in the event of a breakdown.