Cycling to change
Click here to read full article from source
Nepal, Sept. 15 -- One of the first things that governments worldwide imposed to break the chain of transmission of the coronavirus was to announce restrictions on all nonessential travel and gatherings besides prescribing precautionary measures like physical distancing and personal hygiene. The restrictions, varying from country to country, have had a profound impact on our daily lives, especially for city dwellers who rely on various forms of mobility-walking, cycling, public and private transportation, and ride-hailing services.
Our 'normal life' has never experienced disruptions of this magnitude which has forced us to reimagine everything in our lives, be it working from home or attending virtual classrooms or the way we do grocerie...
To read the full article or to get the complete feed from this publication, please Contact Us