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Delhi opnes up to Pedestrians

Starting from December 2013, New Delhi has closed a section of the streets close to the Indian Parliament to allow people to walk freely around the vast vicinity of the India Gate memorial for World War I martyrs In the New Year, the Boat Club grounds near the India Gate, an arched monument designed by… Read More ›

Interview with Stefan Bakker

Stefan Bakker¬†is a transportation and climate change specialist working in South East Asia. As the team leader for energy efficiency and climate change mitigation in the land transport sector of ASEAN (Association of South East Asian Nations) region for GIZ (German Society for International Cooperation), Mr Bakker is well versed with the transportation problems facing… Read More ›

Pedestrians join to reclaim their space

A national forum brought together today key government and development agencies, research institutes and civil society that have an interest in improving walkability in India. This forum is a culmination of the efforts of the Clean Air Initiative for Asian Cities (CAI-Asia) with support from Shakti Foundation and other organizations starting from the widely publicized… Read More ›



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