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Mumbai Municipal Corporation to improve pedestrian facilities

http://www.dnaindia.com/mumbai/report-bmc-initiates-big-plan-for-better-footpaths-1974057 The BMC plans to take up works on about 1,000 major roads, to provide better facilities for pedestrian by focusing on design elements. A primary objective is to ensure that these facilities help particularly the disabled. Work has begun on Dinshaw Wacha Road in Churchgate. Mahapalika Road, the road connecting Churchgate and Nariman Point… Read More ›

Mumbai: Free bicycle share system in Bandra Kurla Complex

http://www.dnaindia.com/mumbai/1879942/report-soon-you-can-do-your-bit-for-green-cause-by-cycling-around-bandra-kurla-complex MMRDA move to set up dedicated bicycle stands will encourage people to cycle around the business district, using the two-year-old tracks. The forgotten bicycle track at the business district of Bandra Kurla Complex might now be of some use to citizens as the Mumbai Metropolitan Region Development Authority (MMRDA) has planned to source out… Read More ›

How to Start a Cycle Share System in your Neighborhood

Last month, New York City rolled out a bicycle-sharing system aimed at locals, tourists and office-goers. When will New Delhi or other Indian cities get one of its own? Urban centres around the world are dedicating a slice of their streets and transportation infrastructure to the friendliest mode of getting around—bicycles. By keeping brand new… Read More ›



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