Readers' clicks - July 9

The Hindu's Right to Walk campaign is an attempt to reclaim our city’s footpaths for pedestrians. Through a targeted print and online campaign it hopes to empower residents and goad local officials to act. Here, we showcase photos and stories shared by our readers. For more stories go to My Chennai My Right

In the alwarpet pic by Nikita Appaswami, we should challenge the civic authorities and the political leaders of that area to walk on that pavement.

from:  Nagaraj
Posted on: Jul 15, 2013 at 12:45 IST

Suggestion from a Want to walk in Chennai citezen. A series of workshops with schools and colleges to clean up footpatsh near their schools and colleges can help in recovering footpaths. Based on the success the same model can be implemented across the city. It can actually start with schools in KK Nagar, Ashok Nagar, Anna Nagar, Vadapalani, Alwarpet, Adyar, Mylapore.

from:  Khirubagaran
Posted on: Jul 11, 2013 at 11:54 IST

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