The Ministry of Housing and Urban Development has announced the list of Top 25 cities in the first season of India Cycles4Change Challenge.Continue reading “INDIAN CYCLING GETS A BOOST – 25 CITIES QUALIFY IN THE 1ST SEASON OF CYCLES4CHANGE CHALLENGE”
Ahmedabad rose to a refreshing morning amidst social distancing and masked cyclists riding their two wheels. The Moto: demand cycle and pedestrian friendly infrastructure under the India Cycles4Change campaign.Continue reading “CITIZEN MOVEMENT PICKS UP PACE AS AHMEDABAD CYCLES4CHANGE”
India joins the global cycling movement for a sustainable post-COVID-19 green recovery; envisions a robust and inclusive approach for remodelling it’s cities under India Cycles4Change Challenge.Continue reading “SMART CITIES MISSION ANNOUNCES ‘INDIA CYCLES4CHANGE CHALLENGE’”
Post the application of partial relaxation in lockdown, bicycle ridership has surged in Mumbai city complementing growth to retail business during unlock 1.0 (June 2020).
Cycling is the new fad – freedom from homesickness, fitness ritual and vehicle for social distancing.Continue reading “RECREATIONAL CYCLING ACCELERATES IN MUMBAI, CONSUMERS RUSH TO CYCLE SHOPS”
The Ministry of Housing and Urban Affairs (MOHUA) under the central government of India on 10th June, suggested states to do holistic planning and make cities walking and cycling friendly.Continue reading “MOHUA: MAKE STREETS WALKING AND CYCLING FRIENDLY”