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Posters on Sustainable Urban Transport from SUM Net India

Set of nine illustrated posters from the Sustainable Urban Mobility Network India, on Footpaths, Cycle Tracks, Public Transport, Traffic Demand Management and more. Each poster quotes relevant references from the National Urban Transportation Policy, Govt of India.

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Learning for Sustainable Mobility

Ranjit Gadgil, Programme Director at Parisar[1], a civil society organization focusing on sustainable development based in Pune and member of SUM Net India, shares his views on Education for Sustainable Mobility in Pune with Sanskriti Menon who works with Urban

Programmes at the Centre for Environment Education[2], and manages the secretariat of SUM Net India.

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Workshop Towards Strengthening Collaborations for Sustainable Urban Mobility

This workshop was jointly organized by the Institute of Urban Transport (IUT India) and SUM Net on 13 and 14 February 2012 at Pune. The aim of the workshop was to explore the spaces for collaboration between IUT, SUM Net and other agencies. The discussions and presentations included those on the mandate and work of IUT and areas for NGO collaborations, rapid overviews of issues in urban transportation planning in 6 cities (Patna, Alwar, Bangalore, Delhi, Pune, Indore), a critique of the National Urban

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Outreach Materials from SUM Net

Used by millions of people in Indian cities, the cycle makes an important contribution to the urban economy. The cycle must be given its due recognition as a key mode of urban transportation, not only in the present day, but also in the future. The National Urban Transportation Policy has set the agenda for support to cycling; yet, much more action is needed on-ground for creation of safe, convenient and practical cycling infrastructure in our cities.

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The Invisible Cyclist

Report and Video Vignettes



Cyclists in the city who cycle every day, irrespective of the hostile conditions they face, are the heroes in the 'The Invisible Cyclist' videos. Their daily routine, the role of the bicycle in their life, the problems they face and other personal nuances generate an identity for cyclists.

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‘Streets for People’ college courses

This is a part of SUM Net’s initiative with colleges of architecture, planning, other disciplines to promote academic work on sustainable urban transportation.

The course was offered in the first term of the 2013-14 academic year. It was offered as 3-credit elective at CEPT, as an Urban Landscape Design studio at BNCA, Pune and as 6-day workshop at PVP College of Architecture, Pune.

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