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a compilation of news, views, innovations on walking & cycling facilities in India
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City no walkers' delight - Indian Express

City no walkers' delight - Indian Express | Walk & Cycle issues in India | Scoop.it
Indian Express
City no walkers' delight
Indian Express
When the city was designed, its creators made provisions for adequate facilities for walkers and non-motorised traffic. However, the plans have not been executed properly.
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Sustainable Urban Transport Project - The invisible cyclist - the experiences of cyclists in Pune

Sustainable Urban Transport Project - The invisible cyclist - the experiences of cyclists in Pune | Walk & Cycle issues in India | Scoop.it
Sustainable Urban Transport Project (SUTP)-Asia is a partnership between the German Technical Cooperation (GTZ), the Bangkok Metropolitan Administration (BMA, CITYNET and the United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific...
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Pedestrians, Cyclists and Public Transit Users: Big Spenders | The ...

Pedestrians, Cyclists and Public Transit Users: Big Spenders | The ... | Walk & Cycle issues in India | Scoop.it
Not only are clients local; they come by modes other than a car, including walking, cycling, and public transportation. On average, 81% of clients transport themselves in other ways that cars, including 90% of those on ...
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BRTS issue: Vadodara plans limited segregation - Times of India

BRTS issue: Vadodara plans limited segregation - Times of India | Walk & Cycle issues in India | Scoop.it
BRTS issue: Vadodara plans limited segregation
Times of India
VADODARA: In cities where the width of roads does not support a full-fledged BRTS network, alternative plans for partially segregating the BRTS network have been proposed.
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