This project attempts to transform the walking experience on seven arterial roads in Andheri (E) which house a large number of top corporates offices, numerous micro, small and medium enterprises (MSME), schools, residential colonies, five start hotels, hospitals and other entities. The roads have a continuous flow of pedestrians who have to encounter extremely difficult conditions while undertaking even short walks. The conditions can be best described by the pictures below


September 2016

There was a gap in between. We have now resumed efforts. Reaching out to the community and seeking their participation and involvement will be first step.


December 2015

We took the first step and  submitted a letter to the municipal corporation suggesting the plan with a request to look into it favourably.


Railway Stations

The Mumbai Suburban Railway System is used by 8 million commuters daily. These commuters are exposed to some of the worst walking conditions every time they have to access these railway stations. Improving the pedestrian infrastructure in a 200 meter radius of railway stations will bring dramatically improve the walking experience in Mumbai Metropolitan Region for 8 million people



Spot fixing

There is a considerable potential to bring about immediate improvement in the walking experience in a number of short stretches at thousands of locations in Mumbai. These could be junctions, short footpath stretches, medians etc. 50 -200 meters would be the general length.

If you can identify a location for spot fixing please do email to us at info@walkingproject.org