The University announced a ban on private motorised vehicles in their 411 acre campus, allowing only battery operated vehicles and bicycles within the campus. The decision announced by Shri W N Gade, Vice Chancellor of the university has been motivated by the wish to make the campus vehicle pollution free. 

The Sustainable Urban Mobility Network (SUM Net) has published a set of 14 posters, with each poster focusing on an aspect of the National Urban Transport Policy. The poster series was conceptualised with a need to present the principles of sustainable transportation given in the policy in a simple, understandable style, with the help of facts, examples and photographs. A calendar for the year 2014 has also been designed and distributed with the same theme this year.

These posters were displayed at the Urban Mobility Conference, held in New Delhi in December 2013.

Each of these posters can be viewed here.

Parisar recently concluded a workshop as part of the Sustainable Urban Mobility Network, held on 26th and 27th October 2013 at Centre for Development Studies and Activities, Pune.

Parisar hosted a workshop to bring about an interaction between various stakeholders involved in making the city bicycle friendly. The event was held on 28th March, 2013 at Indradhanushya Centre for Citizenship and Environmental Education, inviting people from other NGOs, political representatives as well as officials from the corporation. Around 35 people attended this workshop, mostly members from other NGOs, but some political representatives attended the event as well. Rajendra Ravi, a social activist from New Delhi, who has been working on the issue of cycle rickshaws had been invited as the guest speaker for the event.