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Path / Bike Systems Project


With an ever increasing number of vehicles on roads each year, 2030 will see bicycles largely outnumbered by other vehicles. Bicycles are inconspicuous, noiseless and green modes of commuting. But because of this, bicycles do not get enough space and consideration by other drivers, which is a major discouraging factor for potential cyclists. How can bicycles reclaim their authority on roads? Can changed infrastructure and supporting facilities lead to giving cyclists a priority? Path is a system which looks at roads from a bicycle-first perspective and aims to motivate people to choose bicycles while making cycling an effortless activity.


MIT Institute of Design

MIT Institute of Design
Pune, India

Satyajit Mittal,
MIT Institute of Design

Anupreeta Agate,
National Institute of Design, Ahmedabad