From the archives: In 2007 architect, social activist and filmmaker Manisha Gutman travelled to Paris with a small team to have a look at the city’s new and highly innovational public bicycle system to see if there might be opportunities and lessons for Pune in the Paris experience. She sat down with Eric Britton of EcoPlan and the New Mobility Agenda so see if there might be a fit after all. This informal video reports on that conversation.
– 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
Short Film Captures Spirit Of Mumbai Through Local Trains
In 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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