16th January 2021 will go down as an important date in the History of India for two big developments that emerged prominently. Firstly, Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR) rolled out its vaccination drive for corona virus. And Mumbai Metropolitan Region Development Authority (MMRDA) inaugurated a Public Bicycle rental service for Mumbaikars.Continue reading “IT’S OFFICIAL! METRO GETS ENGAGED WITH MYBYK”
A story of two characters ‘Miracle’ and ‘Move’, ‘Yuluing away to glory in the urban streets of India.
The therapeutic duo has set out to liberate citizens from a mindset of convenience and callousness. And from human actions that is causing climate change.
‘A small degree of shift in daily habits can heal the planet’ recommends Yulu’s prognosis.
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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’”
The Prime Minister of India, Narendra Modi yesterday announced a complete lockdown of the country for 21 days to break the chain of corona virus and flatten the curve. Continue reading “PUBLIC BIKE SHARE COMPANIES IN INDIA APPLY EMERGENCY BREAKS”
With the world pressing emergency alarm on Covid-19, it will be interesting to see if the current crises prompt’s a behavioral change in travel pattern and thus reduction in global carbon emissions.
“The future of Urban commuting will be driven by interconnected ecosystems – ‘Technology and Bicycling’, and advancement in technology will make bicycling faster, safer and easier” says a recent research report ‘Technology, Media and Telecommunications Predictions 2020’ published by Deloitte.