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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 ›

Poor Construction and Maintenance of Pune’s Cycle Tracks

http://m.indianexpress.com/news/86-hurdles-on-sinhagad-road-cut-down-cycling-speed/947179/ The Pune Municipal Corporation widened Sinhagad Road to implement the BRTS and alongwith it came the cycle tracks. However, the widened stretch instead of being used by citizens, is being used by vendors. In a survey conducted by Parisar of the 4.6-km cycle track on Sinhagad Road, PMC engineers found out that there were… Read More ›

57% of accident victims in Mumbai are pedestrians

http://www.mumbaimirror.com/article/15/2013030120130301085632828a34bc22a/Pedestrian-is-the-most-endangered-species-in-the-city.html  Fifty-seven of every 100 people who die on Mumbai’s roads are pedestrians, according to Road Safety Assessment for Mumbai, a first-of-its-kind study conducted by the traffic police and EMBARQ India, a transport think tank. The study, which analysed all road accidents in the city between 2008 and 2012, has captured trends in fatalities, classified… Read More ›

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