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Magna Carta for Commuters, more inclusive urban mobility systems pushed

The enactment of the Magna Carta for Commuters will ensure the rights of the public, especially pedestrians, cyclists, and persons with disabilities, to safe, convenient, and affordable transport services and infrastructure, advocates said during #FreeToMove: Advocacy and Movement Building Workshop on Sustainable Urban Mobility recently held in Baguio City.

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Eleventh Hour: Building bikeable and walkable communities

In #EleventhHour this week, Pinoy Climate Reality Leader Celine Tabinga wrote about the urgent need to rethink the country’s transport systems in a way that can simultaneously respond to the needs of the majority while adopting a trajectory that focuses on low-carbon and climate-resilient infrastructure.

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Experts push mobility intersection with democracy, inclusivity, gender

“Mobility becomes essential the moment we see how it enhances fundamental development goals such as inclusivity, democracy and gender,” said Pinay Bike Commuter founder Jaramia Amarnani. “And if we want to elevate the importance of women’s rights and the right to good health, while deepening democracy, we need to elevate the importance of mobility,” she added.

Experts tackled the crucial intersections in a webinar today showing converging pathways in the campaign for safer interconnected networks for cyclists and pedestrians across the Philippines.

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