• Bring cycling plans on-track for Delhi and make work commuting Covid-19 safe!
    I’m Mudra. I’m a domestic worker and I live in Badarpur. I am one of the few lakh Delhi citizens- domestic workers, factory employees, pheri-wallahs, delivery boys and other workers- who do not have the luxury of working from home or taking expensive transport everyday to work to protect ourselves from Covid-19. Our only option is to step out and earn our living everyday and the only way for us to safely commute and maintain social distancing is through our cycles. Last year, the Delhi government announced free public transport for women in an effort to make public transport safer for women. With the Covid-19 crisis, public transport is neither adequate, nor does it guarantee women’s wellbeing and safety from Covid-19. The only way I can follow social distancing during my commute and keep myself and my family safe, is through cycling and walking. But with poor cycling infrastructure, I risk my life on the road everyday. This is why I am demanding the government to prioritise drafting and implementation of Delhi's Non-Motorised Transport Policy. Recently, even the Ministry of Housing and Urban Affairs also announced guidelines for promoting cycling. The central government has shown willingness to push for cycling and walking infrastructure. When the new government won the elections in February this year, we were promised cheap public transport, women’s safety and clean air in Delhi. Why is the Delhi government not prioritising this? Sign my petition so that everyone can access cycling as an affordable means of commuting to tackle Covid-19 and help Delhi become a cycling-friendly city. Get the Delhi government to enact a ‘Non-motorised Vehicle Act’ to include laws that focus on walking and cycling and safeguards the interests of pedestrians and cyclists.
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    Created by Mudra . Picture
  • MAKE NAGPUR THE BICYCLING CAPITAL OF INDIA
    Help the Bicycle Mayor of Nagpur in making Nagpur the bicycle capital of India and bring a wave of transformation.
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    Created by Deepanti Pal
  • Make NOIDA cleanest greenest and cycling friendly
    Less severe accidents, Greenery, No pollution. Moreover a Perfect health is waiting for us ahead of the road. How many times have we forgotton to see our surroundings but cyclings will help us absorb and maintain the social contact we once lost.
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    Created by Arushi srivastava
  • Let's make our Mathura cycling friendly
    Just for the Mother Earth and keeping environment clean. As COVID -19 only helped for a master re-set once now we should maintain this clean environment.
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    Created by Lochan Malhotra
  • Let's make our Madurai cycling friendly
    The COVID-19 pandemic has resulted in more and more people trying to avoid public transportation for fear of contracting the virus and liike in other parts of the world, India experienced a boom in bicycle sales during the coronavirus pandemic. Although most Indian cities are not bicycle-friendly, there has been a sharp increase in recreational cycling during the pandemic as people try to beat cabin fever during lockdowns, get exercise, or avoid commutes on stuffed public transport. People now feel the need for private transport more than ever. And a major section can still notafford cars, so cycling presents an opportunity like no other. India's Housing and Urban Affairs Ministry said the pandemic has presented an opportunity to make cities more accessible to pedestrians and cyclists. In a June advisory, it recommended pedestrianization of at least three markets in every city and more bicycle lanes. Given, there is a push for cycling at a national level. Let us demand our municipal corporation to take some steps in the right direction. Join the movement to make your city cycling friendly.
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    Created by Navneethan N K
  • Let's make our Anantpur cycling friendly:
    The COVID-19 pandemic has resulted in more and more people trying to avoid public transportation for fear of contracting the virus and liike in other parts of the world, India experienced a boom in bicycle sales during the coronavirus pandemic. Although most Indian cities are not bicycle-friendly, there has been a sharp increase in recreational cycling during the pandemic as people try to beat cabin fever during lockdowns, get exercise, or avoid commutes on stuffed public transport. People now feel the need for private transport more than ever. And a major section can still notafford cars, so cycling presents an opportunity like no other. India's Housing and Urban Affairs Ministry said the pandemic has presented an opportunity to make cities more accessible to pedestrians and cyclists. In a June advisory, it recommended pedestrianization of at least three markets in every city and more bicycle lanes. Given, there is a push for cycling at a national level. Let us demand our municipal corporation to take some steps in the right direction. Join the movement to make your city cycling friendly.
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    Created by Jagadeesh Kariswamy
  • Let's make Bhopal cycling friendly
    The COVID-19 pandemic has resulted in more and more people trying to avoid public transportation for fear of contracting the virus and liike in other parts of the world, India experienced a boom in bicycle sales during the coronavirus pandemic. Although most Indian cities are not bicycle-friendly, there has been a sharp increase in recreational cycling during the pandemic as people try to beat cabin fever during lockdowns, get exercise, or avoid commutes on stuffed public transport. People now feel the need for private transport more than ever. And a major section can still notafford cars, so cycling presents an opportunity like no other. India's Housing and Urban Affairs Ministry said the pandemic has presented an opportunity to make cities more accessible to pedestrians and cyclists. In a June advisory, it recommended pedestrianization of at least three markets in every city and more bicycle lanes. Given, there is a push for cycling at a national level. Let us demand our municipal corporation to take some steps in the right direction. Join the movement to make your city cycling friendly.
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    Created by Rudransh Raghuwanshi Picture
  • Let's make our Kolkatta cycling friendly
    The COVID-19 pandemic has resulted in more and more people trying to avoid public transportation for fear of contracting the virus and liike in other parts of the world, India experienced a boom in bicycle sales during the coronavirus pandemic. Although most Indian cities are not bicycle-friendly, there has been a sharp increase in recreational cycling during the pandemic as people try to beat cabin fever during lockdowns, get exercise, or avoid commutes on stuffed public transport. People now feel the need for private transport more than ever. And a major section can still notafford cars, so cycling presents an opportunity like no other. India's Housing and Urban Affairs Ministry said the pandemic has presented an opportunity to make cities more accessible to pedestrians and cyclists. In a June advisory, it recommended pedestrianization of at least three markets in every city and more bicycle lanes. Given, there is a push for cycling at a national level. Let us demand our municipal corporation to take some steps in the right direction. Join the movement to make your city cycling friendly.
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    Created by Sanjoy Kumar Sarkar
  • Lets Make Trichy a safe heaven for cyclists
    This is High time we took action on this issue so that the future generations may live a peaceful and healthy life and see the world in all its glory.
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    Created by Hari Hara Rao
  • Let's make our Jalgaon cycling friendly
    The COVID-19 pandemic has resulted in more and more people trying to avoid public transportation for fear of contracting the virus and liike in other parts of the world, India experienced a boom in bicycle sales during the coronavirus pandemic. Although most Indian cities are not bicycle-friendly, there has been a sharp increase in recreational cycling during the pandemic as people try to beat cabin fever during lockdowns, get exercise, or avoid commutes on stuffed public transport. People now feel the need for private transport more than ever. And a major section can still notafford cars, so cycling presents an opportunity like no other. India's Housing and Urban Affairs Ministry said the pandemic has presented an opportunity to make cities more accessible to pedestrians and cyclists. In a June advisory, it recommended pedestrianization of at least three markets in every city and more bicycle lanes. Given, there is a push for cycling at a national level. Let us demand our municipal corporation to take some steps in the right direction. Join the movement to make your city cycling friendly.
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    Created by Yugandhara Bhole
  • Let's make our Kannur cycling friendly:
    Why is this important? The COVID-19 pandemic has resulted in more and more people trying to avoid public transportation for fear of contracting the virus and like in other parts of the world, India experienced a boom in bicycle sales during the coronavirus pandemic. Although most Indian cities are not bicycle-friendly, there has been a sharp increase in recreational cycling during the pandemic as people try to beat cabin fever during lockdowns, get exercise, or avoid commutes on stuffed public transport. People now feel the need for private transport more than ever. And a major section can still not afford cars, so cycling presents an opportunity like no other. India's Housing and Urban Affairs Ministry said the pandemic has presented an opportunity to make cities more accessible to pedestrians and cyclists. In a June advisory, it recommended pedestrianization of at least three markets in every city and more bicycle lanes. Given, there is a push for cycling at a national level. Let us demand our municipal corporation to take some steps in the right direction. Join the movement to make Kannur the most cycling friendly city of India.
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    Created by Shahin Pallikandy, Bicycle Mayor of Kannur Picture
  • Let's make our Thiruvananthapuram cycling friendly
    The COVID-19 pandemic has resulted in more and more people trying to avoid public transportation for fear of contracting the virus and liike in other parts of the world, India experienced a boom in bicycle sales during the coronavirus pandemic. Although most Indian cities are not bicycle-friendly, there has been a sharp increase in recreational cycling during the pandemic as people try to beat cabin fever during lockdowns, get exercise, or avoid commutes on stuffed public transport. People now feel the need for private transport more than ever. And a major section can still notafford cars, so cycling presents an opportunity like no other. India's Housing and Urban Affairs Ministry said the pandemic has presented an opportunity to make cities more accessible to pedestrians and cyclists. In a June advisory, it recommended pedestrianization of at least three markets in every city and more bicycle lanes. Given, there is a push for cycling at a national level. Let us demand our municipal corporation to take some steps in the right direction. This is important because the ban for motor vehicles in the Kuravakonam-Kowdiar-Vellayambalam-Museum Stretch on Sundays from 5:00 am to 10;00 am was taken off. Smart city projets of cycling stations (in the Manaveeyam- Vazhuthacaud-Thampanoor-Padmanabhaswamy Temple-Vachiyoor-Palayam-Manaveeyam Road), Bicycle Track in the Manaveeyam road-Vazhuthacaud-SangeetahCollege Road was not even started even though There are enough funds in Smart City project. Join the movement to make Trivandrum cycling friendly.
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    Created by Prakash Gopinath Picture