It was the April month in the year 2008. The recently launched BRT system in Delhi was being bombarded left and right by the media and people alike. The BRT had come at a cost of several hundred heritage trees of Delhi, which were removed to widen the road and provide additional space for the overall architecture of the BRT. But this was not the reason why the BRT was being criticized in the media or objected to by a portion of the public. The “Bus” Rapid Transit had slowed down the flow of cars and similar private automobiles in its 5.8 km stretch was the principal reason why the media was bashing up the Government for having conceived and installed the BRT corridor.


Without inclusive growth, that includes the poor, the rich cannot survive in a city. Thank you for appreciating the development and environment combination of the blog. Your time is precious and I appreciate you making it available to comment on the Blog. There is a dominant tendency on our part […]

In keeping with its DSDS tradition, The Energy & Resources Institute (TERI) will be hosting the next Delhi Sustainable Development Summit from 5th to 7th February, 2009 in New Delhi. The summit in 2009 would seek to reinforce the climate change agenda of the previous year. Based on the theme ‘Towards Copenhagen: […]

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