http://www.straitstimes.com/news/singapore/more-singapore-stories/story/orchard-roads-pedestrian-night-turns-out-be-enjoyable-sq It was “Pedestrian Night” at Orchard Road, but with activities and events in full swing, some visitors found it a tight squeeze. Amongst the crowd was Ms Lim Cze Yie, with her three young daughters aged two to eight. “It’s a bit too crowded,” said the 39-year-old homemaker, who was squeezed into a corner… Read More ›
People’s Action Sparks ‘Road-Sharing Movement’ in the Philippines: An interview with Antonio Oposa Jr.
Senior Attorney Antonio Oposa, Jr. is Convenor of a citizens-led road-sharing movement in the Philippines, which demands shared road space to enable safe walking and cycling. The movement espouses pro-poor and sustainable mobility options that equally benefit commuters, pedestrians and cyclists as much as private car users. Inspired by his leadership, representatives of the movement filed… Read More ›
A simple walk in Delhi can be a big contributor to cultural pluralism. The three-year-old heritage walk in the famous Nizamuddin area in India’s capital of New Delhi achieves just that. In the second part of our new India Heritage Walk City Series, we find out how walking through a bylane can bring people and… Read More ›