Denmark based global engineering, architecture and consultancy firm ‘Ramboll’ has released a new investigative report on ‘Gender and Mobility’.Continue reading “NEW STUDY ON ‘GENDER AND MOBILITY’ RELEASED BY RAMBOLL”
Ahmedabad-headquartered public bicycle sharing (PBS) operator MYBYK has launched its services in Kochi today with support from Kochi Metro Rail Limited (KMRL) and Cochin Smart City Mission Limited (CSML).Continue reading “INDIA’S LEADING PUBLIC BICYCLE-SHARING SERVICE MYBYK FORAYS INTO KOCHI”
Together Everyone Achieves More.
Together Everyone Avoids More.
If we are discussing responsibility, then the first statement is our focus. The corporate mantra of teamwork and its advantages are familiar to most of us and we do bring-in to practice to a large extent in our work, business and even otherwise.Continue reading “SELF-REGULATION, OWNERSHIP AND TEAMWORK CAN IMPROVE ROAD SAFETY”
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”
A number of cycling stories emerged in the last 2 months. Reports of cycle brands rejigging their factories to produce face mask and governments implementing pop-up cycle lanes. Continue reading “BICYCLES COME TO THE FORE”
“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.
The green grass on the bus stop roof is by no means India’s initiative against global warming. Its probably an unintentional outcome of possible negligence by maintenance unit of BEST (Brihanmumbai Electric Supply and Transport Undertaking) bus services responsible for running public transport in Mumbai. The growing wild grass also affirms that this year Mumbai recorded high rainfall along with many other parts of the country. The little mint green door gives an artistic look to an onlooker and from a distance the elements appear as a single unit. This is one of the few old bus stops which have survived the test of times and are operational in Ballard Estate, a business district near the Fort area. Motorised bus services started in 1926 with the first bus service running between Afghan Church and Crawford market. Ever since, this means of conveyance managed to firmly establish its foothold in the city.Continue reading “BUS STOPS IN BALLARD ESTATE”