India, July 12 -- Encroachments, debris, illegal parking, a foot overbridge and bus queue shelters have rendered the 5.8-km-long cycle track on the now dismantled Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) corridor between Moolchand-Ambedkar Nagar in south Delhi unusable for cyclists.

This is when the Delhi government is pushing for non-motorised transport in the city to cut pollution and are planning to build more cycle tracks along different road stretches.

The Delhi government has planned to build a six-kilometre elevated cycle track from Satpula drain near Press Enclave Road to Jawahar Lal Nehru (JLN) stadium and develop a 10-km cycle track along the Ring Road between Mayapuri and Moti Bagh.

However, the existing tracks have fallen to disrepair. HT?h...