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    Members of the cycling community in Hyderabad have a dream of making the city more bicycle-friendly. They recently submitted a letter to Chief Minister Revanth Reddy, asking for support to promote active and sustainable mobility in the city.

    The letter focuses on making Hyderabad a cycling-friendly city and improving safety for pedestrians and cyclists. It also suggests promoting active mobility as the preferred mode of transportation and creating safe zones for children and pedestrians, especially in areas with multiple schools.

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    Santhana Selvan, known as the ‘Bicycle Mayor’ of Hyderabad, emphasized the importance of implementing active and sustainable mobility in the city. He believes that improving transportation can address issues like pollution, traffic congestion, and public health concerns.

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    The cycling community envisions a future where children can safely walk, cycle, or use public transportation to get to school without parental supervision. They hope to see more pedestrian spaces and safer roads in Hyderabad to encourage active mobility.

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