The lack of road safety remains a major challenge in many urban areas, although high levels of road safety are a prerequisite for the attractiveness of cycling, walking and public transport. GIZ publishes the new publication “Towards more livable and safer cities: Examples for save safe road infrastructure design”.

GURGAON: 'Leave space to Green Right Of Way (GROW)' campaign was launched on Tuesday to mark the 22nd edition of Car Free Day.

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.

NGO expresses concern over high number of fatalities on city roads

Taking a cue from Delhi, the Shimla authorities are contemplating implementing odd-even vehicle number scheme to regulate traffic and check pollution, an official said on Wednesday.

Tendering Process Begins; Work In Two Phases At A Cost Of Nearly Rs 12cr

Where to walk? Garbage and debris are seen covering a footpath in Bengaluru

The National Green Tribunal (NGT) has directed the Himachal Pradesh government to take a slew of steps aimed at reducting air and noise pollution in the state capital.

PUNE: Pedestrian overbridges and elevators may soon reduce the risk of pedestrians being run over by traffic at important intersections of Rajiv Gandhi Infotech Park, including Shivaji Chowk and Wi

GURGAON: The number 7 didn't turn out to be lucky for Car-Free Day, and one more Tuesday flew by with yet another half-hearted response to a campaign that promised to 'free' up Gurgaon's roads.