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TN Cities Chalk Out Plans For Non-Motorised Transport, BRTS


CHENNAI
In a bid to ensure clean, efficient and cost-effective modes of transport, the State Government is planning to focus more on non-motorised transport by creating bicycle tracks and footpaths, besides improving public transport infrastructure in five cities.

At a workshop titled ‘Sustainable Cities through Transport’ inaugurated by Minister of Municipal Administration and Rural Development, Law, Courts and Prisons K P Munusamy on Thursday, the Corporation Commissioners of Coimbatore, Madurai, Salem, Tirupur and Tiruchy unveiled their plans for the next five years which included greenways, pedestrian zones, cycle tracks and a bus rapid transit system (BRTS).

Full report here New Indian Express

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