The Dawn of India’s Walking and Cycling Revolution

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The global pandemic redefined our relationship with our city streets and urban mobility. As COVID-19 brought many cities to a halt, people all over India took to walking and cycling as a way to access essential goods and services, and even just as a form of recreation and exercise. Turning this crisis into an opportunity to reimagine people’s relationships with their streets, the Government of India launched two visionary Challenges to embrace walking and cycling and promote a more sustain able, inclusive future for its citizens.

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