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Nov 25 2019

In Madagascar, man-powered rickshaws are a common form of transportation in a number of cities, especially Antsirabe. They are known as “posy” from pousse-pousse, meaning push-push. Cycle rickshaws took off since 2006 in a number of flat cities like Toamasina and replaced the major part of the posy, and are now threatened by the auto rickshaws, introduced in 2009. Provincial capitals like Toamasina, Mahajanga, Toliara, and Antsiranana are taking to them rapidly. [citation needed] They are known as “bajaji” in the north and “tuk-tuk” or “tik-tik” in the east, and are now licensed to operate as taxis. [citation needed] They are not yet allowed an operating licence in the congested, and more polluted national capital, Antananarivo. [citation needed]

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