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  • Design elements to rejuvenate Indian Streets: A case of Bellasis Road, Mumbai

    Streets in the last century were primarily designed as a mode of transport for goods and services. This automobile-centric approach of street design stifled the human accessibility aspect, and eventually, cities forgot that every citizen is a pedestrian at some point in a day. But this scenario is changing, and cities globally are leading the movement to reinvest in their streets with a focus on pedestrian environment.

    Mumbai is a city of pedestrians, with 51% of the total daily trips being walk trips, according to the...

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