Twitter will help you find transport amidst odd-even chaos in Delhi; find out how
The much-debated odd-even scheme restricting movement of private cars on the roads of Delhi was rolled out on Friday.
New Delhi: As the much-debated odd-even scheme restricting movement of private cars on the roads of the national capital was rolled out on Friday, microblogging site Twitter is helping commuters find information about bus routes, Metro, autorickshaws during the experiment.
Twitter users can get details of public transport available in particular areas by tweeting #pollutionfreeDelhi followed by the departure and destination point.
Twitter will instantly send users real-time public transport updates pertaining to the area.
Apart from that, users, who do not wish to make their location public, can send a message to @transportdelhi and thereafter, he or she will get destination details to be sent by @transportdelhi.
Earlier in the day, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal said he was "overwhelmed" by the response of people towards the odd-even scheme here.
"I am truly overwhelmed by the response we have received so far. There are very less even-numbered cars on the roads. The plan seems to have been successful," he told media.