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In June this year, athlete and national cycling coach, Ruma Chattopadhyay, was mowed down by a speeding car while she was riding a bike, training young cyclists for an upcoming championship in Grea

Activists have come out against the blanket ban on cycling in Kolkata, saying that the decision is regressive and will harm the environment, affect the livelihood of poor people and add to the tran

Spin your way to glory on the road instead of at the slimming point, where the bike stands static and is permanently fixed to the ground.

The North Delhi Municipal Corporation has taken the first step towards commencing the process of registration and licensing of cycle-rickshaws by framing draft guidelines in compliance with the directions of the Delhi High Court. On Tuesday, the matter was laid before the NDMC Standing Committee, but members postponed it till the next meeting stating it required detailed discussions.

A letter from the Municipal Commissioner on Tuesday stated that the application forms for registration of cycle rickshaw and licensing of pullers have been finalised. “There shall be a registration fee of Rs.500 (valid for five years) and parking fee of Rs.500 (one time) whereas the licensing fee to be charged for grant of puller/plier licence shall be Rs.150 (valid for three years) which has also been indicated on the top of the application forms…” states the letter.

Use bicycle for your health and the environment — with this message, 14 young environmental activists from Tinsukia pedalled a distance of 540km and reached the city today.

Direction for Syama Prasad Mookerjea Marg

The Delhi High Court on Friday instructed the Municipal Corporation of Delhi to clear obstacles in the non-motorised vehicle lane on the Capital's Syama Prasad Mookerjea Marg opposite Old Delhi railway station for smooth plying of cycle-rickshaws in it.

In an effort to encourage the use of bicycles that would make the summer capital of the state pollution-free, the authorities organised a cycle race today that attracted people from all walks of li

CSE’s clean air and urban mobility team organized a workshop ‘Our Right of Way: Walk and Cycle’ in New Delhi on March 22, 2012. This discussion forum included participants from all the key organsiations, stakeholders, civil society representatives, policy makers bicycle industries, cycle clubs and regulators.

This paper, on the basis of a primary survey of cycle rickshaw pullers and rickshaw owners in Delhi, India, estimate the causal impact of the opening and extension of Delhi Metro on the rental rates of cycle rickshaws.

The environment friendly project of PU, where bicycles were to replace the ever increasing number of cars and two-wheelers on campus, is gathering dust, even before its implementation.