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Light a cycle and save a life

A voluntary campaign to save cyclists and rickshaw drivers from road accidents gain public support in the Indian city of Gurgaon On a cold and wintry morning in late February, Mehak Sanghera, 12, decided to step on to the street instead of following her brother into the nearby tennis training academy. Donning a reflective vest,… Read More ›

Makati Barangays present plan for walkable city

http://www.philstar.com/nation/2013/10/15/1245576/makati-barangays-present-plan-walkable-city By Mike Frialde, October 15, 2013 The 33 barangays of Makati City are proposing a consolidated plan aimed at making the city’s streets walkable or ‘pedestrian friendly.’ The city’s Liga ng mga Barangay presented the plan at the recently concluded Makati Transport and Traffic Summit 2013. Among their proposals submitted were the construction of… Read More ›

Delhi’s Landmark Garden Stands By Cyclists

Cyclists maybe fighting for their right to ride in the car-filled streets of India’s capital, but a major city garden has opened its doors to them, in a move that is certain to help not only spread the benefits of cycling but also espouse the cause of the environment. On September 16 this year, Delhi Chief Minister… Read More ›



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