VIDEO: India Is Slowly Back-Tracking Its Way to the Cycling Trend

India is steadily embracing bicycles as an environmentally-friendly mode of transportation and the latest city to join the movement is Jaipur.

India is steadily embracing bicycles as an environmentally-friendly mode of transportation and the latest city to join the movement is Jaipur.

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A cycle highway, Asia’s longest, was constructed from Etawah to Agra covering 207 kilometres. Several cycle-dedicated clubs have sprung up in major cities and now Jaipur has put the pedal to the metal too! An exclusive cycle track will connect Kishanpole Bazaar and Tripoliya. Another 9km cycle track has been listed under Jaipur’s ‘Smart City Project.’ And that’s just Phase-1! Easy-to-rent out bicycles will be placed at cycle-exclusive stands near bus stops, reducing pollution and congestion in one go!

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