“After January 15, when all the money is collected, we will make cycles cheaper for people to buy by providing a subsidy,” said Rai.

Prachi Sahu & Deepsha Agrawal

The odd-even car formula in Delhi has brought to the fore the class bias that always existed in the city. Can we learn from history to build a more just and equitable environment for all to live, or will we reinforce the old walls of inequality?

The objective of this paper is to review the multiple impacts on health as a result of road transport in urban areas.

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A majority of respondents want Rockfort and Thillainagar area for the project

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Over the past four decades, bicycle ownership has been documented in various countries but not globally analyzed. This paper presents an effort to fill this gap by tracking household bicycle possession. First, we gather survey data from 150 countries and extract percentage household bicycle ownership values. Performing cluster analysis, we determined four groups with the weighted mean percentage ownership ranging from 20% to 81%. Generally, bicycle ownership was highest in Northern Europe and lowest in West, Central and North Africa, and Central Asia.