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Mapping a City Better for Cyclists and Walkers

Transport planners, architects, social NGOs, development agencies, students and teachers came together at the beautiful Sanskriti Kendra in Indian capital New Delhi, for a mapping exercise aimed at understanding how transport points served walkers and cyclists so that solutions could be found out to make walking and cycling in cities safer and comfortable. Hosted by Clean Air Asia with… Read More ›

Delhi: New Metro Stations to have better access to pedestrians

http://www.hindustantimes.com/India-news/Delhi-Metro/New-Metro-stations-to-allow-pedestrians-to-cross-busy-roads/Article1-1077958.aspx To ensure pedestrians have more facilities to cross busy arterial roads, the public works department (PWD) has asked the Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) to provide passage to pedestrians through the unpaid area in all stations in phase 3 and phase 4 expansions. PWD officials said they had written to DMRC earlier this month… Read More ›

Singapore MRT improves accessibility for disabled and elderly

http://www.channelnewsasia.com/news/singapore/new-lift-at-khatib-mrt-improves-accessib/656686.html Residents at Khatib now have improved accessibility to the public transport network, thanks to a new lift at Khatib Mass Rapid Transit (MRT) pedestrian overhead bridge. Khatib is the first of five MRT stations to complete the lift installation at existing pedestrian overhead bridges. The remaining four are at Aljunied, Bishan, Kranji, Sengkang and… Read More ›



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