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Reclaiming the streets: a vision of a happier, healthier Mumbai

Source:http://www.theguardian.com/cities/2014/nov/24/equal-streets-happier-healthier-mumbai For tens of thousands, it is a vision of a better, happier and healthier city. If on a week day, pedestrians can barely navigate this traffic-congested, hawker-infested, heavily polluted stretch in Mumbai’s swank suburb of Bandra, for the last three Sunday mornings these few kilometres of Linking Road have become a road of their… Read More ›

About Walkability Asia

Improving walkability and pedestrian facilities is one of the less prioritized measures for sustainable urban transport by policymakers and development organizations. Clean Air Asia (formerly Clean Air Initiative for Asian Cities) with support from various partners conducted walkability surveys in 27 Asian cities to better understand the state of walkability. The cities were Lanzhou, Hong Kong (China), Indore, Chennai, Bhubaneshwar,… Read More ›

Sophie Punte speaks on the launch of Walkability Asia

Sophie Punte, Executive Director of the Clean Air Initiative for Asian Cities (CAI-Asia) speaks on the launch of the website https://walkabilityasia.org/



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