It’s part of a global movement to encourage motorists to enjoy physical activity and alternate forms of transportation, such as walking and cycling, in a safe, non-motorized, fuel-free environment. Other planned activities include yoga, cricket, dancing, skating, kite flying and musical performances. The event is modeled after initiatives like Bogotá’s Ciclovia and New York City’s Summer Streets.
The event is organized by the Khar-Bandra-Santa Cruz (KBS) Foundation. EMBARQ and its Mumbai-based partner, the Centre for Sustainable Transport in India, helped organize the event and will have booths, as will other corporate and non-profit partners.