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Paromita (Romi) Roy is an architect, urban designer with over 20 years of experience leading/implementing large scale projects in Asia, Africa, Europe, Russia, United States & Middle East, integrating urban planning with infrastructure & resource management, sustainable mobility, built-form design & economic viability at various scales, embodying a multidisciplinary approach to urban design. She is a specialist and expert in Transit Oriented Development. Romi is on deputation to Indian Railways Station Development Corporation (IRSDC) looking after the redevelopment of 100 Railway Stations in India as World Class Stations as per National TOD Policy, under the Prime Minister’s Program. She is also Knowledge Partner & Member of the High-Powered Committee for Traffic Management of Delhi, Ministry of Home Affairs, Govt. of India; and a Board member of Directors of Gwalior Smart City Development Corporation Limited (GSCDCL) and Member of the Committee for Parking Policy constituted by Lt. Governor of Delhi. Her parent Department is Delhi Development Authority (DDA), under Ministry of Housing & Urban Affairs (MoHUA), Govt. of India, where she served for 8 years at the Unified Traffic & Transportation Infrastructure Planning & Engineering Centre (UTTIPEC), the statutory approval authority for Transportation projects in Delhi under the DDA. Before that, she worked for 7 years in the United States & China, with leading international firms – ARUP group & Calthorpe Associates. Romi’s key Projects include Pedestrianization & Urban Design of Karol Bagh (Delhi); formulation of TOD Policy of Delhi’s Masterplan (adopted as National TOD Policy in 2016); Formulation of Multi- modal Integration Policy and implementation at 64 metro stations of Delhi Metro Phase-3 (2018); inception of the first Street Design Guidelines of India for UTTIPEC in 2009 (adopted later into National IRC Codes up to 2019); and co-authoring the Decongestion Plan for Delhi for MoHUA & various IRC Road Design Codes. These works have paved the way for a paradigm shift in urban design in India over the coming years. Romi’s interests include travelling and people watching in public spaces.