Dinesh Mohan: On The Streets of India, v. 2.0

– Indian Institute of Technology Delhi. New Delhi. 22 June 2014

In response to your invitation to comment on the possible new launching of the Streets of India 2.0:

1.       I think you should [continue on this] because a lot of people seem to get information from such sources.

2.       Many expats out of India and other well wishers want to help their “unfortunate brothers and sisters” living here in a “corrupt inefficient land”  They want us to get our act together and reproduce an America or Europe in India. I guess that’s not going to happen.  Continue reading

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World Streets and the Fine Art of Governance

WORLD STREETS 3.0 : The Politics of Transport in Cities

Search by topic - governanceIn order to help the reader find appropriate articles and references on identified important themes from our commodious library of postings and comments, World Streets offers a handful of Search Engines of different types. One of these that you will see to your immediate right here, allows the reader to search according to various keyed topic areas, of which approximately one hundred have been identified thus far. One of the more consulted of these categories is that of “governance”.

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Student Road Safety Campaign IIT Delhi

A few weeks ago four of our friends lost their lives in a horrific car crash on the road to Jaisalmer. A few weeks later another three were victims of a motorcycle crash in our neighboring institution, the Jawaharlal Nehru University. These events have prompted deep introspection on our campus and some of us met last week to discuss what we can do to do move toward safer roads and traffic management in India.

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June 2014 – Invitation and Letter from the Editor

eb-terrace 2012After a lively start in 2010 the Streets of India is waiting for partners to appear to collaborate in making this site a useful resource for the transportation/environment community in India. If you have ideas for us, please click Contact on the top menu . In the meantime, check out the Facebook Discussion Group at https://www.facebook.com/IndiaStreets.                                           – – – > Click here to access Facebook Discussions

India Streets is one of the World Streets family of collaborative problem-solving and networking projects addressing transport/environment issues in different parts of the world;. You may want to check out the main related program sites as follows:                 Continue reading