Happy Streets will certainly will bring everybody out and play outdoor games in a healthy atmosphere,” hopes Harshita Mishra, a dentist.Akanksha Jha, a final-year medical student, adds, “We are really excited about Happy Streets.
30 am, the two-way road from near the CBI Office Roundabout to the Birsa Munda Football Stadium will be restricted for motorized traffic and will become Happy Streets for Ranchiites to skate, jog, meditate, practice yoga, cycle, dance, play cricket and soccer or walk around with their loved ones.
All this has encouraged us to organise the event for our readers in Ranchi.Ranchi (city) SP Sujata Veenapani describes Happy Streets as “a welcome move that will help in promoting the use of non-motorized transport.” She believes that a event like this will not only bring down the number of motorized vehicles but will also play an important role in checking air pollution in the state capital.Residents in Ranchi are, too, enthusiastically waiting for Happy Streets.
We will definitely enjoy playing soccer on the streets, which is something rare.”
They will have to return the bicycles after the event and can carry their copies of The Times of India back home.Happy Streets is an event that provides citizens with the opportunity to reclaim their streets to create awareness and promote non-motorized transport for an environment friendly atmosphere in the city.
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