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Connecting the dots: are India’s cities ready for non-motorised transport initiatives?

http://ecomobilitynmt.blogspot.in/2013/05/connecting-dots-are-indias-cities-ready.html The Ecomobility Readiness Assessment project is a new initiative being undertaken by ICLEI South Asia, Innovative Transport Solutions (iTrans) and the Indian Heritage Cities Network Foundation, with the funding support of the Shakti Foundation and institutional support of the Institute of Urban Transport.   WHAT DOES THE ASSESSMENT AIM TO DO? This project seeks… Read More ›

Our Right to Walk is Non-negotiable

Anumita Roychowdhury is Executive Director for research and advocacy of Centre for Science and Environment (CSE), a New Delhi-based public interest research and advocacy organisation for sustainable and equitable development. In a wide-ranging conversation with Faizal Khan, Roychowdhury spells out clearly the inevitability of a non-motorised transport code in India through shocking figures and revealing… Read More ›

Dr. Madhav Badami on Walkability in India

(Dr. Madhav G. Badami is a professor in the School of Urban Planning and McGill School of Environment McGill University.) First of all, I should like to congratulate the Clean Air Initiative for Asian Cities on launching the Walkability website, and wish this most worthy effort all success. Also, I thank CAI-Asia for giving me this… Read More ›



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