Should new Delhi be car-free? Weighing the pros and cons

Conference Announcement
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A reminder for today’s event with details:
Registration and High Tea

7:00pm – 8:00pm
> The Session starts at 7pm with a 10 min. Welcome address for the Chief Guest Ms. Meenakshi Lekhi, distinguished panel speakers and all participants.

> This will followed by a 40min. keynote talk by Mr. Eric Britton , MD and editor Ecoplan International on the global perspective on car-free cities and 10 min. Q&A

> Talk by Panel Speakers in the next 30 minutes .
8:00pm – 9:00pm
> Q&A and Interaction

PS: Electric Rickshaws will be available at Jorbagh Metro Station and at JLN Metro Station to ferry you to the venue at India Habitat Centre, Gate #3. Kindly contact Nandkumar at 9650078816, for any help.
Should New Delhi be Car-free? Weighing the Pros and Cons.


3 thoughts on “Should new Delhi be car-free? Weighing the pros and cons

  1. Hi,

    I was keen to attend the conference. It was really surprising when is saw this. I guess it’s a late invitation.


    *Dhruvit Subhash Zaveri*

    3rd Yr. Bachelors of Planning Faculty of Planning and Public Policy CEPT University Kasturbhai Lalbhai Campus University Road, Navrangpura Ahmedabad-380009 Gujarat, India.


  2. “Every day we hear about road accidents in Delhi.Road walkers and cyclists are the most vulnerable and the soft target for heavy vehicles, hence there is an urgent need for sustainable transportation,” Chandra Vikash,a social and environment activist said.

    The environmental and social activists met at Indian Habitat Centre on Monday for a panel discussion.The topic of the discussion was ‘Should New Delhi be car-free:weighing the pros and cons’.



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