Walk that extra mile to make your street better

Transparent Chennai, is conducting a ‘Community Design Workshop’ in Nanganallur today

July 06, 2013 10:26 am | Updated November 27, 2021 06:53 pm IST - CHENNAI:

Not happy with the footpaths outside your home? The next time you engage with your ward councillor, you can approach them not just with a grievance, but with a solution. As part of its project to measure walkability, NGO Transparent Chennai, is conducting a ‘Community Design Workshop’ in Nanganallur on Saturday.

Data about pavements collected on May 19 in the neighbourhood will be presented and the two-part workshop will inform participants about what constitutes good pedestrian infrastructure. It will also allow them to design a cross-section of a street. The workshop is being held at 26, Moogambigai Flats, Bharathiyar Ist street, Pazhavanthangal.

Those interested can contact Kadambari at 9791521225 or kadambari.badami@ifmr.ac.in.

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