The Comprehensive Mobility Plan almost neglects cycling – it proposes just 174 km of cycling tracks while about 4000 km of tracks can be built. Bicycle sharing hubs also get little allocation in the plan
Building elevated roads is a case of needing bigger pants because one continues to eat unhealthy food. How big can the pant be? What’s the implication of big bodies and bigger pants in the long run? asks Sathya Sankaran.
BMTC’s service is poor, while Metro serves few people, even as the government seems to reserve key corridors for BMRCL. What is needed to find the right multi-modal approach from a commuter’s perspective?