Pune Municipal Corporation (PMC) plans to complete the Bus Rapid Transit System (BRTS) pilot route of Swargate-Katraj-Hadapsar and the cycle track by December-end.
World Bank (WB) has decided give Rs 100 crore to the PMC to encourage its non-motorised transport initiatives.
the BRTS and the cycle track on the stretch between Panchami hotel to Laxminarayan theatre will be completed immediately.
Additional city engineer (roads) Vivek Kharwadkar told TOI that the WB delegation was pleased with the civic body's efforts to initiate cycle tracks. "The WB funds would be mainly used for non-motorised transport. We are focusing on cycle tracks along with the BRTS route and hope to complete it soon." The Times of India
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