New Delhi goes car-free for a day to combat chronic air pollution: CNN

 

Screen Shot 2015-10-22 at 10.06.48 AMThe world’s most polluted city is trying a new experiment to freshen its air: a “car-free day.” For five hours on Thursday morning, New Delhi’s transport authorities asked drivers to avoid a usually traffic-clogged, six-kilometer stretch of road along the city’s iconic India Gate. It’s the first of a series of car-free days being implemented on different stretches of road in the city on the 22nd of each month, in a desperate attempt by the government to reduce the city’s traffic and air pollution. Arvind Kejriwal, the Chief Minister of the state of Delhi, led a rally of cyclists to mark the event.” CNN. Watch the video story on delhiair.org.

New Delhi goes car-free for a day to combat chronic air pollution

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