As Delhi's odd-even scheme prepares to make a comeback in April 2016, India Environment Poratl takes a look at what modes of transport, if any, India uses to get to work.

Gurgaon: The city that started the cycling movement across Indian cities in 2013 through Raahgiri Day doesn't have an inch of cycle track to show for its efforts.

SMP2.0 has been collaborating with six cities to test and refine its methodology and tools for integrated sustainable urban mobility planning. Indore has been one of the six cities and has worked with Ford Motors (lead), BMW Group, Feedback Brisa Highways (Ezeeway), Volkswagen and Fujitsu from July 2014.

In a bid to augment public transportation infrastructure in the national capital, the Delhi government has prepared a 20-point agenda for the current year, including installation of CCTV cameras, G

Following in the footsteps of the AAP-led Delhi government, the BJP-ruled South Delhi Municipal Corporation is planning to start a cycle sharing project to curb rising levels of pollution and reduc

The odd-even experiment has prompted the Delhi government to look at alternative modes of travel.Earlier this week, transport minister Gopal Rai had promised a robust cyclesharing system for the ci

Ahmedabad: Cyclists and pedestrians have always been given the short shrift in this city , even though the Rs 1,200 crore transport corridor, designed on the lines of world-class Brazilian Curitiba

Bhubaneswar: In a first of its kind initiative, a group of youth in association with Indian Oil Corporation Ltd (IOCL) will start 'Parikrama'- a cycle sharing system from January 23.

The meeting will be attended by officials of all the departments concerned and independent environment experts, said the minister.

In a bid to revive the rent-a-cycle scheme, Atal Indore City Transport Company Ltd (AICTSL) is trying to attract city residents with pedal assist bicycles, being implemented for the first time in I